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TLC555CD

2.1-MHz, 250-µA, Low-Power Timer 8-SOIC 0 to 70

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  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.2V @ 8A)
    PMP6577.2: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1V @ 12A)
    PMP6577.1: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.8V @ 2.6A)
    PMP6577.3: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.25V @ 10mA)
    PMP5922.9: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.5V @ 350mA) - PMP5922.7 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5922: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.8V @ 2.6A) - PMP6577.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6577: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.05V @ 3.4A)
    PMP5922.5: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (2.5V @ 50mA)
    PMP5922.6: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.1V @ 3.5A)
    PMP5922.1: TI's Highest Power Density Low Input Voltage Complete Intel Atom E6xx (Tunnel Creek) power system designs; in 967mm2 this design has all the voltage regulators needed to power Intel's Atom E6xx CPU platform and fit onto a 70x70 or smaller COM Express Module used in Industrial Automation and Process Control applications.
  • '5V-12V input; Synchronous Buck; 0.9V-3.3V, 20A output with PMBus
    PMP6997: The PMP6997 reference design uses TPS40400 & CSD86350Q5D to to power a Synchronous Buck Converter. Electrical and Thermal test results shown for 12Vin 1.2Vout at 20A. An on board dynamic load allows rapid load transients to be tested. An on board TLC555 timer can demonstrate external synchronization.
  • PMP20490 High-Density 12Vin, 1.2Vout, 60A POL Reference Design with Stacked TPS546C20A PMBus DCDC Converters | TI.com
    PMP20490: The TPS546C23 provides a single IC for both control & the synchronous power stage for high current DC/DC applications and allows doubling of the current capability with use of two of the same part. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP20490 shows a high current two phase application with inductors on top of control ICs for smaller footprint and two on board dynamic loads. The test report shows performance and efficiency with two sources of inductors.
  • Intel IMVP7 2nd Generation Core Mobile (Core i7) Power Management Reference Design
    TIDA-00020: The Intel Core i7 power management design is a complete solution for the Intel™ IMVP-7 Serial VID (SVID) Power System The design features an IMVP-7 3-Phase CPU supply, a single-phase GPU Vcore supply, a 1.05VCCIO supply, and a DDR3L/DDR4 memory rail. To greatly improve power density and thermal performance, TI's 5-mm x 6mm NEXFET Power Block MOSFETs are used.
  • Intel IMVP7 3rd Generation Core Mobile (Core i7) Power Management Reference Design
    TIDA-00021: The Intel Core i7 power management design is a complete solution for Intel IMVP-7 SVID. A GUI communication program is available along with several test points on the board to evaluate the static and dynamic performance of the CPU's DC/DC Controller. The design features an IMVP-7 3-Phase CPU supply, a 2 Phase GPU Vcore supply, a 1.05VCCIO supply, and a DDR3L/DDR4 memory rail. To greatly improve power density and thermal performance, TI's 5-mm x 6mm NEXFET Power Block MOSFETs are used.
  • High Density 160 A (210 A peak) 4 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP9131: Fixed frequency voltage mode control is used for CPU, Memory and ASIC applications where a predictable frequency and/or synchrnization to an external clock is needed. Four high-current synchronous power stages provide the high currents and low losses needed for these applications. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP9131 focuses on ease of electrical testing and ability to make changes "on the fly" thru the PMBus interface. On-board bias supplies and a high speed dynamic load round out the rich test interface.
  • Xilinx Virtex Ultrascale FPGA Multi-Gigabit Transceiver (MGT) Power Reference Design with PMBus
    PMP9408: The PMP9408 reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power the multi-gigabit transcievers (MGT) in Xilinx's Virtex® Ultrascale™ FPGAs. It utilizes a PMBus interface for current and voltage monitoring and meets Xilinx's low output voltage ripple requirement. This design uses a 5V input and offers a low cost discrete solution.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.1V @ 1.6A)
    PMP5922.2: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.8V @ 5A) - PMP5922.4 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5922: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 5V, 3-Phase, Sensorless, Sinusoidal Motor System With Variable Speed Control
    TIDA-00114: This BLDC motor system implements a DRV10963, a TLC555 timer, and a generic 5V motor. The sinusoidal control scheme is suitable for small fan applications where low noise is desired. Motor voltage support is 2.1V to 5.5V, and max current is 500mA. Motor speed is controlled by the PWM input. Low quiescent current standby mode is available. The motor drive stage has integrated protection, including short-circuit, shoot-through, under-voltage, over-temperature, and locked rotor detection.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.8V @ 5A)
    PMP5922.4: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.5V @ 350mA)
    PMP5922.7: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Sync Buck (1.0V@20A)
  • Power Reference Design for Xilinx Ultrascale Kintex FPGA Multi-Gigabit Transciever (MGT) with PMBus
    PMP9463: The PMP9463 reference design provides all the power supply rails necessary to power the multi-gigabit transcievers (MGT) in Xilinx's Ultrascale™ Kintex® FPGAs. It utilizes a PMBus interface for current and voltage monitoring and meets Xilinx's low output voltage ripple requirement. This design uses a 5V input and offers a low cost discrete solution.
  • 12Vin 1V 50A TPS40422 & Power Block II CSD87384 2 Phases w/PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP8999: It is a two phase Synchronous Buck converter to provide high current with low ripple and fast dynamic response for high speed processor core applications. Same approach can also be used to power Memory and Input / Output power voltages, typically 1.2V to 3.3V. The two phase interleave reduces output ripple and allows faster response to rapidly changing loads. The two phases distribute power loss to eliminate need for added heat sink hardware. The "Project File" for the TPS40422 to communicate with TI's Fusion GUI is included. Output voltage and current limit can be adjusted and monitored thru the GUI. Additional settings can be accessed thru the same GUI. Test Report includes thermal images to show load capability, both with and without fan cooling. Testing done at 12Vin, where voltage stresses, losses and output ripple greatest. Design will work also at 5Vin with same high speed control loop, due to Input Voltage Feed Forward in the TPS40422.
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.2V @ 3A)
    PMP5922.3: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • Automotive Brushed Motor Driver for Power Folding Side Mirrors
    TIDA-00145: This TIDA-00145 reference design features the DRV8801EVM which enables a simple to use platform to demonstrate the capabilities and performance of the DRV8801 motor driver for power folding side mirrors. This TI Design is also intended to allow easy evaluation of the automotive qualified version part, DRV8801-Q1. The DRV8801 is a 2.8A peak Full Bridge Brushed DC motor driver capable of driving the retracting function of vehicle side view mirrors. With the built-in automotive protection features of overcurrent, thermal, shoot-through, UVLO protection, and wide input voltage range, this motor driver provides the necessary features to survive the harsh automotive environment. Also, this TI Design provides test data to allow the designer to quickly evaluate the performance of the DRV8801 for their folding wing mirror modules.This design incorporates the DRV8801EVM board to create the solution.
  • High Density 30W DC-DC PMBus Buck Converter with Inductor Mounted Over the Converter to Save Space
    PMP10364: This design has inductor over converter to achieve 30 A conversion in 1" by 0.6" (2.5 cm by 1.5 cm) footprint. The DCAP control of the controller provides a high speed control loop which is needed for applications with large rapidly varying loads, such as microprocessors. A high speed dynamic load is also included to verify this capability.
  • Cost-optimized power supply solution for entry-level core application processor-based ADAS systems
    TIDA-00346: The TIDA-00346 design provides the power supply rails necessary for typical entry-level application processors in automotive advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) applications. The design uses several individual DC/DC voltage regulators as well as load switches and linear regulators (LDOs) to provide fixed-supply voltages to the processing cores and other functions of the system-on-a-chip (SoC). Additional rails for DDR memory supply and termination and a CAN Transceiver are also implemented. Two LM3880 simple power sequencers provide power up and power down sequencing. The design is optimized for automotive applications and can operate with input voltages from 4V to 18V (transients up to 40V).
  • Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.05V @ 100mA)
    PMP5922.8: PMP5922 is a complete 3.3V/5VIN input Intel Atom Tunnel Creek Power System. For the core voltages the TPS59610 controller with the dual CSD86330Q3D MOSFET is used. The 1.2V IOH uses the TPS53311 converter, the DDR2 memory uses the TPS51916 converter and for the 1.05V I/O the TPS53219 controller plus dual CSD86330Q3D is used. For 4 remaining low current outputs LDOs are used.
  • 5-12V input; Synchronous Inverter; -5.2V 2.5-3.8A Output
    PMP7395: The PMP7395 reference design uses TPS54620 to power a Synchronous Inverter. Both FETs are internal to the TPS54620. This can replace older designs with external FETs. Electrical and Thermal test results shown for 5Vin -5.2Vout at up to 2.5A out and 12Vin -5.2Vout at up to 3.8A. An on board dynamic load allows rapid load transients to be tested.
  • Core voltage ~1.0V at up to 15A for Nyquist uP; 4 of them per UCD9244 plus Test load for one output
    PMP6594: PMP6594 is a UCD9244 digital controller with four UCD74110 drive / power stages for core voltages (~1VDC) with VID requirements. Input can be 5V or 9VDC. VID is where the processor tells the power supply what voltage it wants for its main functions to optimize speed and power loss in the processor. 4, 6 and 8 bit VID schemes are supported.
  • PMP2688 Power Solution for Automotive Audio Amplifiers | TI.com
    PMP2688: This reference design supports the supply for an audio amplifier, such as the TAS5414C-Q1 using the various DC/DC power switchers, LDOs, logic, clocks, and op amps. This reference design is also applicable in start/stop systems. Modifying this reference design can also create a power supply for a radio head unit.
  • High Density 200 A (255 A Peak) 6 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP9738: Advanced DCAP+ control is used to provide the high speed dynamic control needed for CPU, Memory and ASIC applications. Six high current synchronous power stages provide the high currents and low losses needed for these applications. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP9738 focuses on ease of electrical testing and ability to make changes "on the fly" thru the PMBus interface. On board bias supplies and a high speed dynamic load round out the rich test interface.
  • Power Solution for Automotive Audio Amplifiers
    PMP2688: This reference design supports the supply for an audio amplifier, such as the TAS5414C-Q1 using the various DC/DC power switchers, LDOs, logic, clocks, and op amps. This reference design is also applicable in start/stop systems. Modifying this reference design can also create a power supply for a radio head unit.
  • TIDA-00114 5V, 3-Phase, Sensorless, Sinusoidal Motor System With Variable Speed Control | TI.com
    TIDA-00114: This BLDC motor system implements a DRV10963, a TLC555 timer, and a generic 5V motor. The sinusoidal control scheme is suitable for small fan applications where low noise is desired. Motor voltage support is 2.1V to 5.5V, and max current is 500mA. Motor speed is controlled by the PWM input. Low quiescent current standby mode is available. The motor drive stage has integrated protection, including short-circuit, shoot-through, under-voltage, over-temperature, and locked rotor detection.
  • High Density 600mV 200 A 5-6 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP10393: Advanced DCAP+ control is used to provide the high speed dynamic control needed for CPU, Memory and ASIC applications. Up to six high current synchronous power stages provide the high currents and low losses needed for these applications. Multi-phase also allows output ripple cancellation and effective higher bandwidth control for a given switching frequency. PMP10393 has same hardware as 1.0V PMP9738 but demonstrates operation at 600mV output up to 200 A off 12V input. Fixed on time mode and reduced switching frequency at 600mV help reduce losses and improve thermal balance between FETs. Testing at 120A output with 3 & 4 phases and lower cost Power Stage also included. Design focuses on ease of electrical testing and ability to make changes "on the fly" thru the PMBus interface. On board bias supplies and a high speed dynamic load round out the rich test interface.
  • High Density 900mV 220 A 6 Phase DC-DC Buck Converter with PMBus Interface Reference Design
    PMP11208: PMP11208 has same hardware as 1.0V PMP9738 and 0.6V PMP10393 but demonstrates operation at 900mV output up to 240 A off 11V, 12V and 13V inputs. While the design is in quasi fixed frequency mode for 1.0Vout and in fixed on time mode for 600mVout, it can be in either mode at 900mVout depending upon load and actual Vin. Testing focused upon detailed static and dynamic loading in and between both modes to show a seamless transition between the two modes.
  • TIDA-00112 5V, 3-Phase, Sensorless Motor System With Variable Speed Control | TI.com
    TIDA-00112: This reference design provides a simple way to spin and control a 5V, 3-phase, BLDC fan motor with minimum development time and overhead. It utilizes the DRV10866, a sensorless BLDC motor driver, for the power stage and a TLC555 timer to provide a variable duty cycle PWM signal for speed control. The DRV10866 uses a 150 degree sensorless BEMF control scheme that takes away the need for external sensors on the motor.
  • PMP5922 Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.25V @ 10mA) | TI.com
    PMP5922: TI's Highest Power Density Low Input Voltage Complete Intel Atom E6xx (Tunnel Creek) power system designs; in 967mm2 this design has all the voltage regulators needed to power Intel's Atom E6xx CPU platform and fit onto a 70x70 or smaller COM Express Module used in Industrial Automation and Process Control applications.
  • PMP5922 Sync Buck for Intel Atom E6xx Tunnel Creek (1.25V @ 10mA) | TI.com
    PMP5922: TI's Highest Power Density Low Input Voltage Complete Intel Atom E6xx (Tunnel Creek) power system designs; in 967mm2 this design has all the voltage regulators needed to power Intel's Atom E6xx CPU platform and fit onto a 70x70 or smaller COM Express Module used in Industrial Automation and Process Control applications.
  • Power Solution for Xilinx 7-Series MGT with 5V input voltage (1.2V @ 8A) - PMP6577.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP6577: PMP6577 is a complete power solution for the Xilinx 7-series GTX / GTH transceivers when mated to Xilinx MGT characterization boards. The AVCC at 1V up to 12A, AVTT at 1.2V up to 8A and AVCCAUX 1.8V at up to 2.6A (powered off 5V) are provided. For each output a TPS40400 controller with a dual NexFET is used. TPS40400 has PMBus interface to allow output voltage to be adjusted and current output to be monitored along with other functions. TLC555 timer used to synchronize all outputs to about 480kHz.
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  • 5V input; 6 Phase High Efficiency Synchronous Buck; 0.9V 120A output
    PMP6845: The PMP6845 reference design uses three TPS40140's to control 6 Synchronous Buck Phases. Main switch pair for each phase is the dual CSD86350Q5D. The optional added CSD16325Q5 for the low side enhances efficiency, especially at full load. Efficiency is 87.5% at full load and over 90% for loads from 20 thru 80A. Electrical and Thermal test results shown for both with and without the added CSD16325Q5. An on board dynamic load allows rapid load transients to be tested.
  • 5V, 3-Phase, Sensorless Motor System With Variable Speed Control
    TIDA-00112: This reference design provides a simple way to spin and control a 5V, 3-phase, BLDC fan motor with minimum development time and overhead. It utilizes the DRV10866, a sensorless BLDC motor driver, for the power stage and a TLC555 timer to provide a variable duty cycle PWM signal for speed control. The DRV10866 uses a 150 degree sensorless BEMF control scheme that takes away the need for external sensors on the motor.
  • PMP2663 Double Boost TPS40210 | TI.com

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