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TPS5430DDAR by: Texas Instruments
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  • 25 $6.1600
  • 50 $5.8100
  • 100 $5.5100
  • 250 $5.2300
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Risk Rank is a proprietary algorithm Supplyframe has developed to quantify component risk rank using multiple data points. This ranking helps engineers and buyers determine whether alternates should be sought for parts that are deemed as high risk.

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Risk Rank is determined by a combination of factors such as product lifecycle status, price, inventory votality, current inventory availability, and much more. Even the availability of manufacturer specifications and part documentation, such as datasheets and reference designs, have an impact on determining the overall riskiness of a part.

The risk is characterized across three product phases:

  • Design
  • Production
  • Long Term

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Reference Designs

  • TIDEP0040 Software Defined Radio (SDR) OMAPL-138-based Hardware/Software Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0040: Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a popular application within the wireless infrastructure market. This hardware reference design, leveraging the real time signal processing of the TI DSP and its Universal Parallel Port (uPP), along with TI ADC and DAC, offers SDR algorithm developers a quick platform to enable quick development and demonstration of algorithms and solutions.
  • PMP2224 Buck-boost (-12V @ 0.5A) for the TPS5430 | TI.com
    PMP2224: PMP2224 uses the TPS5430 in an inverting buck boost configuration to generate a negative output from a positive input. This type of circuit is useful in a number of applications including Audio, Communications, Military/Space etc. This design uses a nominal 12V input to generate an output of -12V@0.5A. The circiut has an integrated FET to keep the board space and complexity down.
  • PMP1692 Buck for USB Hub (5V @ 3A) | TI.com
    PMP1692: The PMP1692 reference design is a non-synchronous buck that uses the TPS5430 to generate 5V@3A. The input voltage range is 6V to 18V. This type of design would typically be used with a DC wall adapter to generate a 5V rail for USB. The design also incorporates an extra diode for reverse polarity protection.
  • TIDA-00075 Wide-Bandwidth and High-Voltage Arbitrary Waveform Generator Front End | TI.com
    TIDA-00075: This design shows how to use an active interface with the current sink output of the DAC5682Z - typical applications for this include front ends for arbitrary waveform generators. The EVM includes the DAC5682Z for digital-to-analog conversion, an OPA695 to demonstrate an active interface implementation using a wide bandwidth operational amplifier and a THS3091 and THS3095 to showcase an operational amplifier with large voltage swing. Also included on board are a CDCM7005, VCXO and Reference for clock generation, and linear regulators for voltage regulation. Communication to the EVM is accomplished via a USB interface and GUI software.
  • TIDEP0038 Vision Analytics OMAPL-138-based Hardware/Software Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDEP0038: Vision analytics is a critical function for many industrial automated applications including machine vision, inspection automation, surveillance and image processing. This hardware/software design kit is optimized for vision analytic based applications and provides the all of hardware design elements, along with the C, C++ based foundational software to get the reference design up and running quickly, yet with the flexibility for the developer to focus on adding differentiated application algorithms and features.
  • Software Defined Radio (SDR) OMAPL-138-based Hardware/Software Reference Design
    TIDEP0040: Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a popular application within the wireless infrastructure market. This hardware reference design, leveraging the real time signal processing of the TI DSP and its Universal Parallel Port (uPP), along with TI ADC and DAC, offers SDR algorithm developers a quick platform to enable quick development and demonstration of algorithms and solutions.
  • 10.8V to 13.2V Buck Boost Converter
    PMP3018: This buck-boost design is driven by a TPS5430: Step-Down Swift Converter. As a member of the SWIFT™ family of DC/DC regulators, the TPS5430/TPS5431 is a high-output-current PWM converter that integrates a low resistance high side N-channel MOSFET.
  • Buck for USB Hub (5V @ 3A)
    PMP1692: The PMP1692 reference design is a non-synchronous buck that uses the TPS5430 to generate 5V@3A. The input voltage range is 6V to 18V. This type of design would typically be used with a DC wall adapter to generate a 5V rail for USB. The design also incorporates an extra diode for reverse polarity protection.
  • PMP3018 10.8V to 13.2V Buck Boost Converter | TI.com
    PMP3018: This buck-boost design is driven by a TPS5430: Step-Down Swift Converter. As a member of the SWIFT™ family of DC/DC regulators, the TPS5430/TPS5431 is a high-output-current PWM converter that integrates a low resistance high side N-channel MOSFET.
  • Wide-Bandwidth and High-Voltage Arbitrary Waveform Generator Front End
    TIDA-00075: This design shows how to use an active interface with the current sink output of the DAC5682Z - typical applications for this include front ends for arbitrary waveform generators. The EVM includes the DAC5682Z for digital-to-analog conversion, an OPA695 to demonstrate an active interface implementation using a wide bandwidth operational amplifier and a THS3091 and THS3095 to showcase an operational amplifier with large voltage swing. Also included on board are a CDCM7005, VCXO and Reference for clock generation, and linear regulators for voltage regulation. Communication to the EVM is accomplished via a USB interface and GUI software.
  • Buck-boost (-12V @ 0.5A) for the TPS5430
    PMP2224: PMP2224 uses the TPS5430 in an inverting buck boost configuration to generate a negative output from a positive input. This type of circuit is useful in a number of applications including Audio, Communications, Military/Space etc. This design uses a nominal 12V input to generate an output of -12V@0.5A. The circiut has an integrated FET to keep the board space and complexity down.
  • Vision Analytics OMAPL-138-based Hardware/Software Reference Design
    TIDEP0038: Vision analytics is a critical function for many industrial automated applications including machine vision, inspection automation, surveillance and image processing. This hardware/software design kit is optimized for vision analytic based applications and provides the all of hardware design elements, along with the C, C++ based foundational software to get the reference design up and running quickly, yet with the flexibility for the developer to focus on adding differentiated application algorithms and features.

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