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New family of adaptable buck-boost converters delivers up to 2.5 A in a tiny footprint to shrink board space

New family of adaptable buck-boost converters delivers up to 2.5 A in a tiny footprint to shrink board space

11/08/2019

Texas Instruments (TI) introduced a family of four high-efficiency, low-quiescent-current (IQ) buck-boost converters that feature tiny packaging with minimal external components for a small solution size. The integrated TPS63802, TPS63805, TPS63806 and TPS63810 DC/DC noninverting buck-boost converters offer wide input and output voltage ranges that scale to support multiple battery-driven applications, helping engineers simplify and accelerate their designs.

Each of the devices in the family automatically selects buck, buck-boost or boost mode according to the operating conditions. Their complete solution size of 19.5 mm2 to 25 mm2 up to 25% smaller than similar devices is a result of compact packaging, an advanced control topology requiring few external multilayer ceramic capacitors, and tiny 0.47-H inductors. The devices offer a wide 1.3-V to 5.5-V input and 1.8-V to 5.2-V output voltage range, which helps engineers speed their designs and encourages reuse across multiple applications.

These DC/DC converters are the latest addition to TIs industry-leading low-IQ power-management portfolio, providing low 11- to 15-A IQ for excellent light-load efficiency while minimizing power losses and extending run times in battery-driven applications such as portable electronic point-of-sale terminals, grid infrastructure metering devices, wireless sensors and handheld electronic devices.

Key features and benefits

  • The TPS63802 is a 2-A buck-boost converter with low 11-A IQ consumption suitable for pulsed-load applications such as industrial Internet of Things devices.
  • The TPS63805 is a 2-A buck-boost converter with a 22-F output capacitor and 0.47-H inductor resulting in a small solution size of 19.5 mm2 that meets the requirements of handheld industrial and personal electronics applications.
  • The TPS63806 is a 2.5-A buck-boost converter with a focus on improved load-step regulation for applications with an aggressive load profile that require tight regulation, such as time-of-flight sensors in smartphones, cameras or augmented reality devices.
  • The TPS63810 is a 2.5-A buck-boost converter with I2C interface for dynamic voltage scaling through either a two-wire interface or the VSEL pin, enabling the device to serve as a pre-regulator or voltage envelope tracker for systems found in smartphones, wireless hearing aids or headphones.

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