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LM5001MAX/NOPB

3.1-75V Wide Vin, 1A Current Mode Non-Synchronous Switch Mode Regulator 8-SOIC -40 to 125

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Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • PMP7962 4.5Vin to 5.5Vin; 80Vout @ 2mA; Coupled Inductor Non-Synchronous Boost Converter | TI.com
    PMP7962: A coupled inductor non-synchronous boost converter that accepts an input voltage of 4.5Vin to 5.5Vin and provides an output of 80Vout capable of delivering 2mA. This design has a very high output-to-input voltage boost ratio.
  • TIDA-00500 Capacitor-Based Backup Power Supply for PLC Modules Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00500: TIDA-00500 is a reference design to provide power to load for short duration of time after a power interrupt has occurred. Traditionally Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are equipped with a recharge battery source for alternative power. This battery source often suffers from drawbacks like complex charging topologies, charging time, periodic maintenance, and eco-hazards. In scenarios where PLCs need to be functional for a short duration of time after power interrupt, a capacitor based backup is a much simpler and more effective approach because of the higher power density in comparison to a standard battery-based solution.
  • Capacitor-based Backup Power Supply for PLC Modules Reference Design
    TIDA-00500: TIDA-00500 is a reference design to provide power to load for short duration of time after a power interrupt has occurred. Traditionally Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are equipped with a recharge battery source for alternative power. This battery source often suffers from drawbacks like complex charging topologies, charging time, periodic maintenance, and eco-hazards. In scenarios where PLCs need to be functional for a short duration of time after power interrupt, a capacitor based backup is a much simpler and more effective approach because of the higher power density in comparison to a standard battery-based solution.
  • Small Split Rail Isolated + - 5V Power Supply Generator
    SMSPLITRAILISO-REF: A very low noise differential power supply for split rail systems requiring +5V and -5V (higher or lower voltage is possible). This design is fully isolated and capable of floating to over 500V differential from Vin to Vout (higher is possible). The LM5001 IC is a fully integrated flyback regulator which performs all of the current mode control for tight regulation and transient response. This design is a smaller version of RD-171. Design uses smaller components on only one side of a double sided FR4 PCB. This design provides low noise bias rails for ground referenced analog circuitry (under 2 mV p-p ripple noise up to 1 GHz). The design utilizes a very small size PCB footprint. This approach is ideal for many applications including low noise cable drivers, medical electronics, high fidelity low power audio, and other sensitive circuitry that can benefit from very low noise split rail biasing. Input to output isolation is employed for those applications where the input and output voltages might be at different potentials or when the input voltage travels across cabling which might pickup noise. The floating outputs avoid unwanted ground currents and the potential for additional noise pickup. For those that do not require isolation they can remove the feedback isolation section of the design and use a simple resistor divider for setting the feedback voltage.
  • PMP9487 CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply for Automotive Cluster in Infotainment System | TI.com
    PMP9487: PMP9487 is a conducted EMI optimized (CISPR 25) 8W SEPIC converter for wide range Vin automotive infotainment cluster applications using the LM5001 regulator IC (used as SEPIC), LM46002 (used as buck) and LM2831Y regulator IC (used as buck). The design accepts an input voltage of 6.5Vin to 20Vin and provides the outputs of 12V @ 250mA, 3.3V @ 1.2A and 1.8V @ 500mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using boost converters and linear regulators. Only a single differential filter is used for the complete power tree design in an automotive cluster.
  • Non-Synchronous Flyback Converter with Dual-Output
    PMP7901: PMP7901 is a Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with an input of 8 volts to 18 volts. It has an Isolated dual-output of 5 volts and negative 5 volts at 0.25 Amps.
  • Sepic with Adjustable Output Voltage and Input Current Limit Reference Design
    PMP10151: This reference design provides an adjustable output voltage between 20V and 25V and an input voltage range of 10V to 14V. It also provides the functionality to limit the input current of the converter between 70mA and 135mA. The adjustable values are set by a VID interface which is either discrete or integrated.
  • PMP10151 Sepic with Adjustable Output Voltage and Input Current Limit Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP10151: This reference design provides an adjustable output voltage between 20V and 25V and an input voltage range of 10V to 14V. It also provides the functionality to limit the input current of the converter between 70mA and 135mA. The adjustable values are set by a VID interface which is either discrete or integrated.
  • ISOLOWNOISESPLITRAILGEN-REF ± 5V Isolated, Low Noise Split Rail Generator (0.25A, 2.5W total) | TI.com
    ISOLOWNOISESPLITRAILGEN-REF: A very low noise differential power supply for split rail systems requiring low noise +5V and -5V (higher or lower voltage is possible). This design is fully isolated and capable of floating to over 500V differential from Vin to Vout (higher is possible). The LM5001 IC is a fully integrated flyback regulator which performs all of the current mode control for tight regulation and transient response. The design is small and uses only one side of a double sided FR4 PCB for components. Smaller IC packages are available so the layout can be further optimized. This design provides very low noise bias rails for ground referenced analog circuitry (under 20 mV p-p total noise up to 1GHz). The design utilizes a very small size PCB footprint. This approach is ideal for many applications including low noise cable drivers, medical electronics, high fidelity low power audio, and other sensitive circuitry that can benefit from very low noise split rail biasing. Input to output isolation is employed for those applications where the input and output voltages might be at different potentials or when the input voltage travels across cabling which might pickup noise. The floating outputs avoid unwanted ground currents and the potential for additional noise pickup. For those that do not require isolation they can remove the feedback isolation section of the design and use a simple resistor divider for setting the feedback voltage.
  • Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with dual-output (-5V@.25A) - PMP7901.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7901: PMP7901 is a Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with an input of 8 volts to 18 volts. It has an isolated dual-output of 5 volts and negitive 5 volts at 0.25 Amps.
  • PMP9481 CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated 3W SEPIC for Automotive Infotainment Display Power - Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP9481: PMP9481 is a conducted EMI optimized (CISPR 25 Class 5) 3W SEPIC converter for wide range Vin automotive applications using the LM5001 regulator IC. The design accepts an input voltage of 6.5Vin to 20Vin and provides an output of 12Vout capable of supplying 0.25A of current to the load. This design features the LM5001 boost controller available in automotive grade versions and qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. LM5001 has a very wide Vin range of 3.1V to 75V and hence is input transient protected. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • LOWNOISESPLITRAILNONISO-BOOST-REF Low Noise Split Rail Non-Isolated Boost + - 12V Power Supply | TI.com
    LOWNOISESPLITRAILNONISO-BOOST-REF: This circuit boosts 5V to a low noise +/- 12V bias at 40mA for use in analog circuitry. This design uses the LM5001 fully integrated switch mode regulator in concert with a very small EP5 transformer to create a non-isolated positive and negative power rail (for isolation see "± 5V Isolated, Low Noise Split Rail Generator User Guide" below). This design uses less than 1 square inch of double sided PCB with components on only one side. The same basic circuit can be used to develop other voltages such as +/- 15V or +/- 5V.
  • 1.25W Isolated Flyback Converter for Analog/Digital Power
    PMP7902: PMP7902 is an Isolated Flyback converter utilizing the LM5001 non-synchronous current-mode regulator I.C. The design accepts an input voltage of 4.5V to 5.5V and provides an isolated 5V output capable of supplying 0.25A of current to the load. The design uses an off-the-shelf VERSAPAC transformer, providing 500V of operational isolation between primary and secondary. A precision shunt regulator provides a tight control of the output voltage using an optocoupler to cross the isolation barrier.
  • ± 5V Isolated, Low Noise Split Rail Generator (0.25A, 2.5W total)
    ISOLOWNOISESPLITRAILGEN-REF: A very low noise differential power supply for split rail systems requiring low noise +5V and -5V (higher or lower voltage is possible). This design is fully isolated and capable of floating to over 500V differential from Vin to Vout (higher is possible). The LM5001 IC is a fully integrated flyback regulator which performs all of the current mode control for tight regulation and transient response. The design is small and uses only one side of a double sided FR4 PCB for components. Smaller IC packages are available so the layout can be further optimized. This design provides very low noise bias rails for ground referenced analog circuitry (under 20 mV p-p total noise up to 1GHz). The design utilizes a very small size PCB footprint. This approach is ideal for many applications including low noise cable drivers, medical electronics, high fidelity low power audio, and other sensitive circuitry that can benefit from very low noise split rail biasing. Input to output isolation is employed for those applications where the input and output voltages might be at different potentials or when the input voltage travels across cabling which might pickup noise. The floating outputs avoid unwanted ground currents and the potential for additional noise pickup. For those that do not require isolation they can remove the feedback isolation section of the design and use a simple resistor divider for setting the feedback voltage.
  • Low Noise Split Rail Non-Isolated Boost + - 12V Power Supply
    LOWNOISESPLITRAILNONISO-BOOST-REF: This circuit boosts 5V to a low noise +/- 12V bias at 40mA for use in analog circuitry. This design uses the LM5001 fully integrated switch mode regulator in concert with a very small EP5 transformer to create a non-isolated positive and negative power rail (for isolation see "± 5V Isolated, Low Noise Split Rail Generator User Guide" below). This design uses less than 1 square inch of double sided PCB with components on only one side. The same basic circuit can be used to develop other voltages such as +/- 15V or +/- 5V.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated 3W SEPIC for Automotive Infotainment Display Power - Reference Design
    PMP9481: PMP9481 is a conducted EMI optimized (CISPR 25 Class 5) 3W SEPIC converter for wide range Vin automotive applications using the LM5001 regulator IC. The design accepts an input voltage of 6.5Vin to 20Vin and provides an output of 12Vout capable of supplying 0.25A of current to the load. This design features the LM5001 boost controller available in automotive grade versions and qualified in AEC-Q100 Grade 1. LM5001 has a very wide Vin range of 3.1V to 75V and hence is input transient protected. The board layout is optimized for improved conducted EMI performance. The board is tested under the automotive EMC standard, CISPR 25, and its conducted emissions are in compliance with the CISPR 25 Class 5 requirements.
  • PMP7901 Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with dual-output (-5V@.25A) | TI.com
    PMP7901: PMP7901 is a Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with an input of 8 volts to 18 volts. It has an Isolated dual-output of 5 volts and negative 5 volts at 0.25 Amps.
  • PMP7902 1.25W Isolated Flyback Converter for Analog/Digital Power | TI.com
    PMP7902: PMP7902 is an Isolated Flyback converter utilizing the LM5001 non-synchronous current-mode regulator I.C. The design accepts an input voltage of 4.5V to 5.5V and provides an isolated 5V output capable of supplying 0.25A of current to the load. The design uses an off-the-shelf VERSAPAC transformer, providing 500V of operational isolation between primary and secondary. A precision shunt regulator provides a tight control of the output voltage using an optocoupler to cross the isolation barrier.
  • PMP7901 Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with dual-output (-5V@.25A) | TI.com
    PMP7901: PMP7901 is a Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with an input of 8 volts to 18 volts. It has an Isolated dual-output of 5 volts and negative 5 volts at 0.25 Amps.
  • CISPR 25 Class 5 Rated Multi-Output Power Supply for Automotive Cluster in Infotainment System
    PMP9487: PMP9487 is a conducted EMI optimized (CISPR 25) 8W SEPIC converter for wide range Vin automotive infotainment cluster applications using the LM5001 regulator IC (used as SEPIC), LM46002 (used as buck) and LM2831Y regulator IC (used as buck). The design accepts an input voltage of 6.5Vin to 20Vin and provides the outputs of 12V @ 250mA, 3.3V @ 1.2A and 1.8V @ 500mA. It features a small size and is an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using boost converters and linear regulators. Only a single differential filter is used for the complete power tree design in an automotive cluster.
  • Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with dual-output (-5V@.25A)
    PMP7901.2: PMP7901 is a Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with an input of 8 volts to 18 volts. It has an isolated dual-output of 5 volts and negitive 5 volts at 0.25 Amps.
  • 4.5Vin to 5.5Vin; 80Vout @ 2mA; Coupled Inductor Non-Synchronous Boost Converter
    PMP7962: A coupled inductor non-synchronous boost converter that accepts an input voltage of 4.5Vin to 5.5Vin and provides an output of 80Vout capable of delivering 2mA. This design has a very high output-to-input voltage boost ratio.
  • Non-Synchronous Flyback Converter with Dual-Output (5V@.25A)
    PMP7901.1: PMP7901 is a Non-Synchronous Flyback converter with an input of 8 volts to 18 volts. It has an Isolated dual-output of 5 volts and negitive 5 volts at 0.25 Amps.
  • SMSPLITRAILISO-REF Small Split Rail Isolated + - 5V Power Supply Generator | TI.com
    SMSPLITRAILISO-REF: A very low noise differential power supply for split rail systems requiring +5V and -5V (higher or lower voltage is possible). This design is fully isolated and capable of floating to over 500V differential from Vin to Vout (higher is possible). The LM5001 IC is a fully integrated flyback regulator which performs all of the current mode control for tight regulation and transient response. This design is a smaller version of RD-171. Design uses smaller components on only one side of a double sided FR4 PCB. This design provides low noise bias rails for ground referenced analog circuitry (under 2 mV p-p ripple noise up to 1 GHz). The design utilizes a very small size PCB footprint. This approach is ideal for many applications including low noise cable drivers, medical electronics, high fidelity low power audio, and other sensitive circuitry that can benefit from very low noise split rail biasing. Input to output isolation is employed for those applications where the input and output voltages might be at different potentials or when the input voltage travels across cabling which might pickup noise. The floating outputs avoid unwanted ground currents and the potential for additional noise pickup. For those that do not require isolation they can remove the feedback isolation section of the design and use a simple resistor divider for setting the feedback voltage.

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