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Electronic Design Power & Analog Update
November 24, 2021

How to extend battery life with low IQ technologies

Quiescent current (IQ), or the amount of current when your IC is in a no-load or non-switching state, can come with tradeoffs. This video series explains how to meet IQ requirements while improving transient times or reducing overall form factor.


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The TPS61094 boost converter allows you to achieve an ultra-low 60-nA IQ and also features an integrated buck mode for supercapacitor charging. Compared to competition, the TPS61094 delivers twice the output current while reducing BOM count by up to 50%. 

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36-V, 2-A buck converter with <3-μA max IQ across all operating conditions

The industry’s smallest 36-V, 2-A buck converter also boasts the best quiescent current performance in its class. With a maximum IQ<3-μA and a 4-mm2 HotRod™ QFN package, the LMR43620-Q1 is a great choice for a wide range of automotive applications.

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Enable longer run-times with TI’s TVS less low-IQ ideal diode controller

The LM74721-Q1 ideal diode controller includes an industry-leading 35-µA quiescent current (IQ) and a 30-mA gate drive supply to meet the demand for more efficient, high power automotive applications.

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Quiescent current parameters

Shutdown current. Switching IQ. Non-switching IQ. What do these things have in common? You’re likely to encounter them in a power IC data sheet. This brief video explains considerations for key IQ specs.

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Understanding buck converter-specific quiescent current specifications

Decoding the EC table in a buck converter data sheet can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. This video explains how various quiescent current values are calculated, so you know what to look for when selecting a low-IQ buck regulator.

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Overcoming low IQ challenges in low-power applications

Designers of ultra-low-power electronics make constant trade-offs between higher performance and battery life. In this paper, we examine solutions that address the fundamental challenge of how to achieve higher performance for longer periods of time.

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Effective ways to implement backup from supercapacitors

Low-power, wireless standards are becoming increasingly popular. This blog explains how you can achieve high-integration, simple design and the best light-load efficiency for backup power applications with the TPS61094.

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