TI introduces industry's first 48-V constant on-time synchronous step-down converter for automotive and industrial applications Fly-Buck™ DC/DC converters with integrated MOSFETs reduce size and cost of single- and multi-output designs
DALLAS, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today introduced three new 48-V synchronous buck regulators with integrated high-side and low-side MOSFETs for single- and multi-output power supplies. The 650-mA LM25017, 300-mA LM25018 and 100-mA LM25019 Fly-Buck™ converters feature constant on-time (COT) control architecture that reduces board space by up to 40 percent when compared with traditional designs that require multiple DC-DC converters. Used in conjunction with TI's award-winning WEBENCH® online design tool, the Fly-Buck converters simplify and speed high-voltage DC/DC designs in industrial and automotive systems. For more information, samples and evaluation modules, visit www.ti.com/lm25017-pr.
The LM25017, LM25018 and LM25019 enable non-isolated voltage regulators and multi-output solutions from input voltages as high as 48 V. Pin-compatible LLP and PSOP packaging offers a scalable solution that covers a wide range of power requirements. Each Fly-Buck converter can be configured to provide positive and negative voltage rails, or isolated multiple outputs with excellent cross-regulation.
The Fly-Buck converters are pin-to-pin compatible with TI's 100-V, 600-mA LM5017, 300-mA LM5018 and 100-mA LM5019 wide input voltage range regulator family. For designs that have a 3.3-V or 5-V input source and require an isolated voltage up to 2 W, TI offers the TPS55010 Fly-Buck converter with high efficiency and primary-side regulation. For more information on all of TI's high-voltage point-of-load products, visit www.ti.com/pol-pr.
Key features and benefits of the Fly-Buck converters
- Fly-Buck converters simplify design of a variety of power supplies, including those with isolated multi-output, or positive and negative voltage rails.
- COT control architecture provides excellent load transient response and eliminates loop compensation, lowering cost and simplifying design.
- Integrated high-side and low-side N-Channel MOSFETs improve efficiency and eliminate external Schottky diode.
Availability, packaging and pricing
The new Fly-Buck converters are available in volume now from TI and its authorized distributors. Offered in thermally-enhanced 8-pin LLP and PSOP packages, the LM25017 is priced at US$1.25, the LM25018 is US$1.12 and the LM25018 is US$1.00 in 1,000-unit quantities. AECQ-100 qualified versions will be available in May 2013.
Find out more about TI's buck regulators:
- Order samples and an evaluation module of the Fly-Buck converters:
- Download the application note, "Designing an Isolated Buck Converter": www.national.com/an/AN/AN-2292.pdf
- Design a complete power management system online with TI's WEBENCH Power Designer: www.ti.com/webenchpwr-pr.
- Get more information on all of TI's high-voltage point-of-load products: www.ti.com/pol-pr.
- Ask questions and share knowledge in the power forum in the TI E2E™ Community: www.ti.com/powerforum-pr.
- Download power reference designs from TI's PowerLab™ Reference Design Library: www.ti.com/powerlab-pr.
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WEBENCH is a registered trademark and Fly-Buck, TI E2E and PowerLab are trademarks of Texas Instruments.
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