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High density 6A power module has integrated inductor

08 Dec 2011

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Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has introduced a new 6V, 6A synchronous integrated power module with integrated inductor, which achieves 750W/inch3 and peak power efficiency up to 97 percent. The TPS84610 provides a thermal performance of 12 degrees C/W, which is 40 percent better than as compared to other modules. The device simplifies telecom power designs for DSPs and FPGAs by combining the inductor and passives onto one lead frame, requiring only three external components for a complete 150mm2 solution.

The TPS84610 supports input voltages from 2.95V to 6V, generates a low 0.8V output and has an adjustable switching frequency from 500kHz to 2MHz. The 9x11x2.8mm low-noise module meets EN55022 Class B electromagnetic emissions, allowing it to support noise-sensitive applications, such as broadband communications equipment.

The power module is now available for volume orders. Suggested price starts at $6.50 in 1,000-unit quantities.




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