TPS92682-Q1 constant current 2-channel boost and boost-to-battery evaluation module


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The TPS92682EVM-070 features a two channel, constant current boost and boost-to-battery regulator based on the TPS92682 dual channel controller with SPI interface device. It is designed to operate with an input voltage from 6V to 20V and total power output of 40W with max output voltage 60V. The EVM may support maximum input power of 50W. The EVM can provide maximum output current of 0.55A/CH, which is programmable via a serial interface such as the MSP-EXP432E401Y MCU LaunchPad™ Development Kit. The TPS92682 Evaluation Software package provides a computer-based GUI allowing the user to control the output current, and monitor the fault reporting features.

  • Supports 6V - 20V input
  • Programmable output (LED) current
  • Programmable PWM dimming
  • Programmable spread spectrum for EMI mitigation
  • SPI interface for fault monitoring, and fault handling
  • GUI provides computer inteface and design tool

  • 2 Ribbon Cables H3CCH-2006G

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TPS92682EVM-070 – TPS92682-Q1 constant current 2-channel boost and boost-to-battery evaluation module

Support software

TPS92682EVM Launchpad Software Installer – SLUC681.ZIP (245710KB)

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* User guide TPS92682EVM Constant Current Two-channel Boost And Boost-to-Battery (Rev. A) Aug. 16, 2019
More literature TPS92682EVM-070 EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Apr. 23, 2019

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