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Price & Stock for: TPS60500DGS

Distributor Stock MOQ Package QTY Break / Prices
Buy now from Avnet Americas 270 1
Buy now from Newark 0 1 Bulk
  • 1 $2.0000
  • 10 $1.8500
  • 25 $1.7300
  • 50 $1.6500
  • 100 $1.5500
  • 250 $1.4800
Buy now from Rochester Electronics 917 1
  • 1 $0.7664
  • 25 $0.7511
  • 100 $0.7357
  • 500 $0.7204
  • 1,000 $0.7051
Buy now from ComS.I.T. USA 1,081 1
Buy now from element14 Asia-Pacific 0 1 Each
  • 1 $2.7800
  • 10 $2.4900
  • 25 $2.3700
  • 100 $1.9500

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Risk Rank

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.

Risk Rank Example

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

For Purchasing Risk Rank, we focus on the Production and the Long Term Phases on FindChips in our evaluation of Risk.

Production Phase

The production phase is when the product is being assembled. Sourcing parts reliably is the essential task during this phase, as it determines whether the product can continue production. During the production phase, there is no time to test new components if something goes awry – the design is the locked-in and a primary risk factor is the component availability in the marketplace. It is possible to utilize alternative parts if things go wrong during this phase, but they need to be FFF (form, fit, function) compatible. Therefore, if a part is available in the online marketplace and has available FFF components, it will be listed as lower risk.

Long Term Phase

The amount of time that a product is manufactured often depends on the industry. Some automobile electronics are made consistently for 5-10 years, whereas military and industrial electronics could be produced from anywhere from 30-50 years.

This means part risk goes up with the likelihood of obsolescence. If a chip manufacturer decides to stop making a particular chip, it is supremely disruptive to mature products, because there may not even be replacement parts available. Other factors like environmental certifications (RoHS) feed into this as well, as non-certified parts are more likely to become obsolete in the future.

We combine both of these aspects into a Purchasing Risk Rank score in order to focus in on risk elements that would be most pertinent for purchasers to be aware of.

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Risk Rank: Purchasing Risk

What is purchasing risk rank?

Purchasing Risk Rank is determined by in-depth analysis across risk factors of production risk and long term risk of a given part.

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Risk Rank

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.

Risk Rank Example

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

We focus on the Design Phase on FindChips in our evaluation of Risk.

Design Phase

The design phase of a product is the beginning of the product lifecycle. This is when engineers are doing analysis of components in the marketplace, determining which specifications are most important for their design and assessing the cost impact of using this particular component. While this is early in the product lifecycle, choices at this point can severely impact a product much later on when the product is being made. Additionally, this stage is the one furthest from a product being made, which is why we focus on metrics of stability over time when determining Design Risk.

Risk Rank Breakdown

Risk Rank: Design Risk

What is design risk rank?

Design Risk Rank is determined by in-depth analysis across risk factors, including part availability, functional equivalents, lifecycle, and more.

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Alternate Parts for: TPS60500DGS

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TPS60500DGSR Power Circuits 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump 10-VSSOP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TPS60500DGS vs TPS60500DGSR
TPS60500DGSG4 Power Circuits 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump 10-VSSOP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TPS60500DGS vs TPS60500DGSG4
Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
TPS60500DGSG4 Power Circuits 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump 10-VSSOP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TPS60500DGS vs TPS60500DGSG4
TPS60500DGSRG4 Power Circuits 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump 10-VSSOP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TPS60500DGS vs TPS60500DGSRG4
TPS60500DGSR Power Circuits 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump 10-VSSOP -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TPS60500DGS vs TPS60500DGSR

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Reference Designs

  • 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump
    TPS60500REF-193: The TPS60500EVM-193 is an evaluation tool for the high efficiency step-down charge pump TPS60500. The output voltage of the TPS60500 is adjustable in the range of 0.8V to 3.3V. On the EVM, the output voltage is set to 1.5V. The TPS60500 operates from an input voltage of 1.8V to 6.5V. The input voltage must at leat be 1V higher than the output voltage selected. The device delivers up to 250mA of output current.
  • TPS60500REF-193 250-mA Adjustable (0.8V-3.3V) High-Efficiency Step-Down Charge Pump | TI.com
    TPS60500REF-193: The TPS60500EVM-193 is an evaluation tool for the high efficiency step-down charge pump TPS60500. The output voltage of the TPS60500 is adjustable in the range of 0.8V to 3.3V. On the EVM, the output voltage is set to 1.5V. The TPS60500 operates from an input voltage of 1.8V to 6.5V. The input voltage must at leat be 1V higher than the output voltage selected. The device delivers up to 250mA of output current.

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