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Electronic Design Power & Analog Update

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Using Input Current Limiting to Extend Battery Life

One of the main features of the TPS63900 device is the input current limiting. The TPS63900 can limit the current drawn from the input supply to protect the batteries that do not support high peak currents.

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Products

 
Texas Instruments Tps63900 315x180 Ed 090320 Kmr
 

The TPS63900 device is a high-efficiency synchronous buck-boost converter with an extremely low quiescent current (75 nA typical). The device has 32 user-programmable output voltage settings from 1.8 V to 5 V.

 
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TPS63900 low Iq buck-boost converter evaluation module

The TPS63900EVM is designed to help the users easily evaluate and test the operation and functionality of the TPS63900 buck-boost converter. The EVM operates from 1.8V to 5.5V input voltage.

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Battery Lifetime Estimator Tool

The Battery Lifetime Graphical User Interface (GUI) is a tool that can be used to quickly estimate battery lifetime for different battery types and use cases.

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Videos

 

TPS63900 Buck-Boost Functionality and Features

The TPS63900 buck-boost converter can extent battery operating time and maximize the usable battery capacity of end equipments like smart meters, wireless security cameras, smart locks, IoT sensors and applications with a low-power always-on mode.

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TPS63900 Buck-Boost Dynamic Voltage Scaling & Input Current Limit

This video is an overview of the TPS63900 buck-boost converter dynamic voltage scaling and input current limit.

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How to Implement Multi-level Dynamic Voltage Scaling with TPS63900

The TPS63900 is a high-efficient synchronous buck-boost converter with an extremely low quiescent current (75 nA typical). The 2-level dynamic voltage scaling feature lets applications switch between two output voltages during operation.

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Extend Battery Life with Low Quiescent Current and Dynamic Voltage Scaling

When designing a battery powered system, maximizing battery life is often an important design goal. This is especially true in applications where parts need to operate continuously at low power and the cost of battery replacement is high.

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