June 23, 2014
/PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today introduced the industry's first 18-V, 20-A and 30-A synchronous DC/DC buck converters with PMBus interface. The SWIFT TPS544B20 and TPS544C20 converters feature small QFN packages and integrated MOSFETs to drive ASICs in space-constrained and power-dense applications in various markets, including wired and wireless communications, enterprise and cloud computing, and data storage systems. Used in conjunction with TI's award-winning WEBENCH
online design tools, the converters simplify power conversion and speed the power supply design process. For more information, samples and an evaluation module, visit
The highly integrated converters feature 0.5 percent reference voltage accuracy and fully differential remote voltage sensing to meet voltage requirements of deep sub-micron processors. Selectable D-CAP
adaptive on-time control mode is easy to use, provides very fast load transient response and reduces external component count. Programmability, real-time monitoring of the output voltage, current and external temperature, and fault reporting via PMBus simplifies power supply design, increases reliability and reduces component count and system cost.
Watch a video
on the benefits of buck regulators with PMBus interface.
For PMBus applications without output voltage, current and board temperature telemetry, TI offers the 12-A SWIFT
TPS53915 buck converter
. Get more information on TI's complete portfolio of
TPS544B20 and TPS544C20 key features and benefits
About SWIFT products from Texas Instruments
- Integrated power MOSFETs support 20-A and 30-A continuous output current.
- On-chip PMBus interface and non-volatile memory simplify power supply design, provide voltage, current and temperature monitoring, and enable customization of the power supply.
- Selectable D-CAP or D-CAP2 adaptive on-time control mode eliminates output capacitors and requires no loop compensation, which minimizes the external component count.
- Other features include internal soft start, input under-voltage protection and thermal shutdown.
Part of TI's portfolio of industry-leading DC/DC converters, the SWIFT product line includes more than 130 converters with integrated MOSFETs supporting input voltage ranges from 3 V to 28 V. The products are designed to power DSPs, FPGAs and other processors, and are fully functional in TI's
FPGA Power Architect
design and prototyping tools. See more information on
TI's SWIFT product
About WEBENCH tools from Texas Instruments
The WEBENCH Designer and Architect component libraries include more than 40,000 components from 120 manufacturers. Price and availability is updated hourly by TI's distribution partners for design optimization and production planning. Offered in eight languages, the user can compare complete system designs and make supply chain decisions in minutes. Start a cost-free design in TI's
WEBENCH design environment
Availability, packaging and pricing
The SWIFT buck converters are available in volume now from TI and its authorized distributors. Packaged in a 40-pin, 5-mm by 7-mm by 1-mm QFN package, the 20-A TPS544B20 is priced at
and the 30-A TPS544C20 is priced at
in 1,000-unit quantities. Order an evaluation module for the
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