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Texas Instruments for Better Start Stop

April 4, 2012 in Uncategorized by rich  |  No Comments

TI’s dual output power supply can help improve performance of start-stop systems without a separate standby voltage supply

TI’s dual output power supply can help improve performance of start-stop systems without a separate standby voltage supply

Texas Instruments is promoting a new dual output power supply for automotive applications it says can improve the start-stop function in new car models by ensuring stable, uninterrupted output voltages, “even in cases where the input voltage drops significantly below the output voltage levels.”

The TPS43330-Q1 family, TI says, “remains fully functional during such voltage drops and ensures that applications continue to work without interruption or performance reduction.

“The devices’ ultra-low quiescent current makes the use of a separate standby voltage supply unnecessary, thus reducing system cost and complexity,” TI adds.

The new power supply can extend battery life, and allow for simpler, lower-cost filters as it reduces conducted electromagnetic interference


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