TPS62080 1.2 A Step Down Converter

1.2 A high efficient step down converter in 2x2 mm SON package, with adjustable VOUT

Image of Texas Instruments' TPS62080 1.2 A Step Down Converter Texas Instruments' TPS6208x devices are a family of high frequency synchronous step down converters. With an input voltage range of 2.3 V to 6.0 V, common battery technologies are supported. Alternatively, the device can be used for low voltage system power rails.

The TPS6208x focuses on high efficient step down conversion over a wide output current range. At medium to heavy loads, the converter operates in PWM mode and automatically enters Power Save Mode operation at light load currents to maintain high efficiency over the entire load current range. To maintain high efficiency at very low load or no load currents, a Snooze Mode with an ultra-low quiescent current is implemented, enabled by the Mode pin. This function increases the run-time of battery driven applications and keeps the standby current at its lowest level to meet green energy standards targeting for a low stand-by current.

Features Applications
  • DCS-control™ architecture for fast transient regulation
  • Snooze mode for 6.5 µA ultra low quiescent current
  • 2.3 V to 6.0 V input voltage range
  • Supports high output capacitance up to 100 µF
  • 100% duty cycle for lowest dropout
  • Battery powered portable devices
  • Point of load regulators
  • System power rail voltage conversion

TPS62080 1.2 A Step Down Converter

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionFunctionOutput ConfigurationAvailable Quantity
TPS62080DSGT datasheet linkIC REG BUCK ADJ 1.2A SYNC 8WSONTPS62080DSGTIC REG BUCK ADJ 1.2A SYNC 8WSONStep-DownPositive4000 - Immediate
TPS62080DSGT product page link

Evaluation Module

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionOutputs and TypeAvailable Quantity
TPS62080EVM-641 datasheet linkEVAL MODULE FOR TPS62080-641TPS62080EVM-641EVAL MODULE FOR TPS62080-6411, Non-Isolated1 - Immediate
21 - Factory Stock
TPS62080EVM-641 product page link
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Published: 2013-07-02