TPMIC™ Series, Voltage Regulators - Linear + Switching

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Mounting Type
Supplier Device Package
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Voltage/Current - Output 2
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Frequency - Switching
Voltage/Current - Output 3
Voltage - Supply
Voltage/Current - Output 1
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
-40°C ~ 85°C
2.7V ~ 5.5V
12-WFDFN Exposed Pad
12-TDFN (3x3)
Step-Down (Buck) Synchronous (1), Linear (LDO) (1)
0.6V ~ 2.5V, 400mA
3.3V, 300mA

Voltage Regulators - Linear + Switching

Voltage Regulators - Linear + Switching refers to a class of semiconductor devices used for power management in electronic systems. They are designed to regulate and control the voltage levels supplied to various components, ensuring stable and reliable operation. Voltage regulators are essential components in power management systems as they maintain a consistent output voltage despite changes in input voltage or load conditions. They can be broadly classified into two types: linear voltage regulators and switching voltage regulators. Linear voltage regulators operate by dissipating excess voltage across a pass transistor in a linear manner. They provide a simple and cost-effective solution for low-power applications where efficiency is not a significant concern. Linear voltage regulators offer good regulation characteristics and low output noise but tend to have lower efficiency due to the energy dissipated as heat. Switching voltage regulators, on the other hand, utilize a more complex circuitry that switches the input voltage on and off at a high frequency. This allows for efficient energy transfer and reduces the amount of heat generated. Switching regulators are commonly used in applications where higher power levels and higher efficiency are required. They are available in various topologies such as buck, boost, buck-boost, and flyback, each suited for specific voltage conversion requirements. The integration of linear and switching voltage regulators within a single IC offers several advantages. It provides flexibility in choosing the most appropriate voltage regulation method based on the specific requirements of the application. For instance, linear voltage regulators may be employed for low-power, noise-sensitive components, while switching regulators can efficiently handle high-power loads. Integrated solutions also enable space-saving designs, reduced component count, and simplified circuitry. Power Management ICs (PMICs) incorporating both linear and switching voltage regulators are commonly used in a wide range of electronic devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and power supplies. They allow for efficient power distribution, voltage regulation, and protection features to optimize system performance and extend battery life. PMICs often integrate additional functionalities such as battery charging, power sequencing, and voltage monitoring, providing comprehensive power management solutions. In summary, Integrated Circuits (ICs) - Power Management (PMIC) - Voltage Regulators - Linear + Switching are semiconductor devices that regulate and control voltage levels in electronic systems. Linear voltage regulators dissipate excess voltage in a linear manner, while switching voltage regulators use high-frequency switching for efficient energy transfer. The integration of both types within a single IC offers flexibility, efficiency, and space-saving benefits. These PMICs find widespread use in various electronic devices, contributing to stable power distribution, improved performance, and extended battery life.