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TPS62740DSST

2.2V-5.5V input, ultra-low-power 300mA step-down buck DCDC converter with 360nA Iq 12-WSON -40 to 85

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $0.8017 / $1.9024

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TPS62740DSSR Power Circuits 2.2V-5.5V input, ultra-low-power 300mA step-down buck DCDC converter with 360nA Iq 12-WSON -40 to 85 Texas Instruments TPS62740DSST vs TPS62740DSSR

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  • 1. United States
    100
  • 2. Austria
    88
  • 3. India
    88
  • 4. Egypt
    86
  • 5. Iceland
    85
  • 6. China
    85
  • 7. Belarus
    85
  • 8. Lesotho
    82
  • 9. Papua New Guinea
    80
  • 10. Spain
    79

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Reference Designs

  • PMP9763 Smart Meter Power Management Solution with Energy Buffering Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP9763: Smart Wireless Sensors are typically powered by Long-Life Batteries Like LiSoCl2 chemistry which are limited in current. However, these sensors require high current pulses for transmitting the gathered data wirelessly. This Reference Design provides a solution for powering the MCU with reduced current and high current pulses to the radio. These pulses are decoupled from the battery by Energy Buffering.
  • TIDA-01012 Wireless IoT, Bluetooth® Low Energy, 4½ Digit, 100kHz True RMS Digital Multimeter Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-01012: Many products are now becoming connected through the Internet of Things (IoT), including test equipment such as digital multimeters (DMM). Enabled by Texas Instruments’ SimpleLink™ ultra-low power wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform, the TIDA-01012 reference design demonstrates a connected, 4½ Digit, 100kHz true RMS, DMM with Bluetooth® low energy connectivity, NFC Bluetooth pairing, and an Automatic Wake-Up feature enabled by TI’s CapTIvate™ technology.
  • TIDA-00879 Highly Integrated 4 1/2 Digit Low Power Handheld Digital Multimeter (DMM) Platform Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00879: The TIDA-00879 TI-Design leverages the features, functions, performance, and state-of-the-art low power and power management capabilities of the MSP430F6736 MCU to demonstrate a highly integrated, low cost, and low power Digital Multimeter platform. The solution delivers 4.5 digits or 60K display count resolution, firmware-based True RMS and Real Power measurements, integrated LCD controller/driver subsystem, and over 600 hours of battery life with 3xAAA alkaline batteries, at extremely competitive system level costs.
  • TIDC-WMBUS-868MHZ ETSI Cat2 Receiver Capable wM-Bus 868 MHz RF Subsystem for Smart Utility Meter & Heat Cost Allocator | TI.com
    TIDC-WMBUS-868MHZ: This reference design describes an ETSI Cat. 2 receiver-capable RF subsystem for smart meters, fully compliant with the most popular wM-Bus S, T and C-modes at 868 MHz as per EN13757-4:2014. The SimpleLink RF transceiver device delivers market leading blocking, selectivity and RX sensitivity numbers in wM-Bus applications, such as bi-directional flow meters, e-meters and heat cost allocators. This cost-optimized design handles the worst case frequency offset of +-60ppm in S2-mode by utilizing an inexpensive XTAL component. Neither an external SAW filter nor costly TCXO component are needed to meet the specification of the wM-Bus modes @ 868 MHz. Additionally, this design uses a ultra-low Iq DC/DC converter with dynamically adjustable output voltage, enables a new level of optimization of the design's power consumption, significantly extending the battery lifetime.
  • Power Solution for Battery Operated Meters With 30-dBm wM-Bus at 169 MHz Reference Design
    TIDA-00676: This power management solution delivering 900mA @3.6V from various battery types for smart flow metering applications (residential gas and water meters). TIDA-00676 includes an ETSI Cat. 1 receiver capable RF subsystem for wM-Bus @ 169 MHz with up to +30 dBm transmit power meets all technical requirements for 169MHz RF links in Italy and France. Power management and RF sub-systems can be equally well used in data collectors and other end nodes (E-meter or In-Home Display) with wM-Bus@ 169 MHz links.
  • Ultrasonic Water Flow Meter Design using Time to Digital Conversion
    TIDM-ULTRASONIC-FLOW-TDC: The TIDM-ULTRASONIC-FLOW-TDC is a reference design for an ultrasonic flow meter (water, gas or heat meter) with LCD built using a Time-to-Digital converter and an ultra-low power MCU. Solution includes optimized leakage detection, low power consumption, and a small form factor that are important requirements for water, heat and gas meter applications. This design also includes a high efficiency DC-DC converter for system power.
  • TIDA-00807 Fault Monitoring for Overhead Fault Indicators using Ultra Low Power Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00807: Fault Indicators (FI) are devices installed at certain distance on overhead power lines in electric power distribution networks to detect and indicate the occurence of faults. The benefit is reduction in outage times by identifying the fault zone easily. The TIDA-00807 reference design features an ultra‐low power MCU and discrete analog front end to monitor and measure the current and voltage parameters where it is installed.In addition, a self‐test mechanism comprising of a DAC and Hall Switch can be configured to execute a diagnostic program that permits the system to test itself.
  • Solar Dice: a Sensor Node in the Internet of Things (IoT) Reference Design
    PMP9754: The Solar Dice are a battery-less, wirelessly-transmitting device for the Internet of Things. An onboard accelerometer detects the orientation of the Dice and wirelessly transmits this to a host, such as a USB dongle or smartphone. The reference design demonstrates an ultra-low power sensor node, which is enabled by ultra-low power optimized code for the CC430 and ultra-low power management through the TPS62740. The entire system draws a mere 2.36µA when in standby mode. The Solar Dice are just an example of an unlimited number of different sensor types (temperature, humidity, pressure, etc.) that are enabled by the TPS62740 and CC430.
  • PMP9753 Energy Buffering for Long-Life Battery Applications Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP9753: Long-Life Batteries like LiSOCl2 chemistry are unable to provide currents higher than e.g. 20mA. They furthermore suffer with reduced operation runtimes when higher currents are drawn. This application concept shows a proven reference design for a combination of TPS62740 and a Super-Capacitor powered by a long life primary cell. In this Reference Design, the Ultra-Low Quiescent Current Buck Converter TPS62740 charges a Supercapacitor to buffer energy for load peaks. As seen at APEC
  • TIDA-00676 Power Solution for Battery Operated Meters With 30-dBm wM-Bus at 169 MHz Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00676: This power management solution delivering 900mA @3.6V from various battery types for smart flow metering applications (residential gas and water meters). TIDA-00676 includes an ETSI Cat. 1 receiver capable RF subsystem for wM-Bus @ 169 MHz with up to +30 dBm transmit power meets all technical requirements for 169MHz RF links in Italy and France. Power management and RF sub-systems can be equally well used in data collectors and other end nodes (E-meter or In-Home Display) with wM-Bus@ 169 MHz links.
  • PMP9754 Solar Dice: a Sensor Node in the Internet of Things (IoT) Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP9754: The Solar Dice are a battery-less, wirelessly-transmitting device for the Internet of Things. An onboard accelerometer detects the orientation of the Dice and wirelessly transmits this to a host, such as a USB dongle or smartphone. The reference design demonstrates an ultra-low power sensor node, which is enabled by ultra-low power optimized code for the CC430 and ultra-low power management through the TPS62740. The entire system draws a mere 2.36µA when in standby mode. The Solar Dice are just an example of an unlimited number of different sensor types (temperature, humidity, pressure, etc.) that are enabled by the TPS62740 and CC430.
  • TIDM-ULTRASONIC-FLOW-TDC Ultrasonic Water Flow Meter Design using Time to Digital Conversion | TI.com
    TIDM-ULTRASONIC-FLOW-TDC: The TIDM-ULTRASONIC-FLOW-TDC is a reference design for an ultrasonic flow meter (water, gas or heat meter) with LCD built using a Time-to-Digital converter and an ultra-low power MCU. Solution includes optimized leakage detection, low power consumption, and a small form factor that are important requirements for water, heat and gas meter applications. This design also includes a high efficiency DC-DC converter for system power.
  • Energy Buffering for Long-Life Battery Applications Reference Design
    PMP9753: Long-Life Batteries like LiSOCl2 chemistry are unable to provide currents higher than e.g. 20mA. They furthermore suffer with reduced operation runtimes when higher currents are drawn. This application concept shows a proven reference design for a combination of TPS62740 and a Super-Capacitor powered by a long life primary cell. In this Reference Design, the Ultra-Low Quiescent Current Buck Converter TPS62740 charges a Supercapacitor to buffer energy for load peaks. As seen at APEC
  • Smart Meter Power Management Solution with Energy Buffering Reference Design
    PMP9763: Smart Wireless Sensors are typically powered by Long-Life Batteries Like LiSoCl2 chemistry which are limited in current. However, these sensors require high current pulses for transmitting the gathered data wirelessly. This Reference Design provides a solution for powering the MCU with reduced current and high current pulses to the radio. These pulses are decoupled from the battery by Energy Buffering.
  • ETSI Cat2 Receiver Capable wM-Bus 868 MHz RF Subsystem for Smart Utility Meter & Heat Cost Allocator
    TIDC-WMBUS-868MHZ: This reference design describes an ETSI Cat. 2 receiver-capable RF subsystem for smart meters, fully compliant with the most popular wM-Bus S, T and C-modes at 868 MHz as per EN13757-4:2014. The SimpleLink RF transceiver device delivers market leading blocking, selectivity and RX sensitivity numbers in wM-Bus applications, such as bi-directional flow meters, e-meters and heat cost allocators. This cost-optimized design handles the worst case frequency offset of +-60ppm in S2-mode by utilizing an inexpensive XTAL component. Neither an external SAW filter nor costly TCXO component are needed to meet the specification of the wM-Bus modes @ 868 MHz. Additionally, this design uses a ultra-low Iq DC/DC converter with dynamically adjustable output voltage, enables a new level of optimization of the design's power consumption, significantly extending the battery lifetime.

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