Hardware dev kit enables evaluation of common buck-boost converter use-cases

19-05-2020 | Texas Instruments | Development Boards

Texas Instruments TPS63802HDKEVM Hardware Development Kit is a universal development tool created to assist users to simply and quickly evaluate and test the most common buck-boost converter use-cases.

The use-cases incorporate backup power, input current limit, digital voltage scaling, LED driver, bypass mode, and precise enable. The user can simply select between the various use-cases by changing jumpers and dip-switches. No soldering is needed. The kit employs the TPS63802, and the output voltage is set to 3.3V. The evaluation module functions from 1.8V to 5.5V input voltage. Output currents can go up to 2A in buck mode and boost mode.

The use-cases are all tested, and the user guide comprises quick-start sections, typical performance measurements, and how-to-change guidelines for each use-case.

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