TPS650242RHBT

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TPS650242RHBT

Power Management IC (PMIC) for Li-Ion Powered Systems

Packaging

Package | PIN: RHB | 32
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $6.55
10-24 $5.89
25-99 $5.50
100-249 $4.93
250-499 $4.61
500-749 $4.01
750-999 $3.47
1000+ $3.40

Features

  • 1.6-A, 1.0-A, or 0.8-A, 97% Efficient Step-Down Converter for System Voltage (VDCDC1)
    • 3.3 V or 2.80 V or Adjustable
  • 1.6-A, 1.0-A, or 0.8-A, up to 95% Efficient Step-Down Converter for Memory Voltage (VDCDC2)
    • 1.8 V or 2.5 V or Adjustable
  • 0.8-A, 90% Efficient Step-Down Converter for Processor Core (VDCDC3)
  • Two Selectable Voltages for VDCDC3
    • TPS650240:
      • DEFDCDC3 = LOW: VO = 1.0 V
      • DEFDCDC3 = HIGH: VO = 1.3 V
    • TPS650241:
      • DEFDCDC3 = LOW: VO = 0.9 V
      • DEFDCDC3 = HIGH: VO= 1.375 V
    • TPS650242:
      • DEFDCDC3 = LOW: VO = 1.0 V
      • DEFDCDC3 = HIGH: VO = 1.5 V
    • TPS650243:
      • DEFDCDC3 = LOW: VO = 1.0 V
      • DEFDCDC3 = HIGH: VO = 1.2 V
    • TPS650244:
      • DEFDCDC3 = LOW: VO = 1.55 V
      • DEFDCDC3 = HIGH: VO = 1.6 V
    • TPS650245:
      • DEFDCDC3 = LOW: VO = 0.9 V
      • DEFDCDC3 = HIGH: VO = 1.1 V
  • 30-mA LDO for Vdd_alive
  • 2 × 200-mA General-Purpose LDOs (LDO1 and LDO2)
  • Dynamic Voltage Management for Processor Core
  • LDO1 and LDO2 Voltage Externally Adjustable
  • Separate Enable Pins for Inductive Converters
  • 2.25-MHz Switching Frequency
  • 85-μA Quiescent Current
  • Thermal Shutdown Protection

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Texas Instruments  TPS650242RHBT

The TPS65024x devices are integrated power management ICs for applications powered by one Li-Ion or Li-Polymer cell, which require multiple power rails. The TPS65024x provide three highly efficient, step-down converters targeted at providing the core voltage, peripheral, I/O, and memory rails in a processor-based system. All three step-down converters enter a low power mode at light load for maximum efficiency across the widest possible range of load currents. The converters can be forced into fixed-frequency PWM mode by pulling the MODE pin high.