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Differences between TPS62130A and TPS62130

Posted: 04 Nov 2014     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TPS62130A  TPS62130  power good  UVLO  voltage rails 

The TPS62130A device differs from the TPS62130 device only in how the power good (PG) pin is controlled when the device is disabled, in UVLO, or in thermal shutdown. The TPS62130A holds the PG pin low during these conditions, while the TPS62130 sets the PG pin high impedance (floating). This is typically only a concern in a system that uses multiple voltage rails or where an output discharge function is required. The devices are pin-to-pin compatible. This application report applies to the entire family of TPS621x0A or TLV621x0A devices: TPS62130A, TPS62140A, TPS62150A, TLV62130A, and TLV62150A. Throughout this document, the abbreviation TPS62130/A refers to both the TPS62130 and TPS62130A.

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Originally published by Texas Instruments Inc. at as "TPS62130A Differences to TPS62130".

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