TPS552882 36V, 16A buck-boost converter non-I2C evaluation module
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The TPS552882 is a synchronous buck-boost converter optimized for converting battery voltage or adaptor voltage into power supply rails. The TPS552882 integrates two 16-A MOSFETs of the boost leg to balance the solution size and efficiency for USB Power Delivery (USB PD) application. The TPS552882 has up to 36 V input voltage capability. It can output 15 A when working in buck mode. When working in boost mode, the device delivers 100 W from 8 V input or 60 W from 5 V input.

  • Input voltage range: 2.7 V to 36 V
  • Output voltage range: 0.8 V to 21.26 V
  • 97% efficiency at VIN = 12 V, VOUT = 20 V and IOUT = 3 A
  • Adjustable switching frequency 200 kHz to 2.4 MHz
  • Programmable output current limit

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User guide (1)
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PDF 1409 16 Oct 2020
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PDF 99 14 Sep 2020

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
TPS552882  36-V, 16-A buck-boost converter  Buck-boost & inverting regulators 
TPS552882-Q1  36-V, 16-A buck-boost converter, AEC-Q100 qualified  Buck-boost & inverting regulators 

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