TPSM82823 – 5.5V input, 3-A step-down module with integrated inductor in tiny package

TPSM82823 – 5.5V input, 3-A step-down module with integrated inductor in tiny package


The TPSM8282x device family consists of a 1-A, 2-A, and 3-A step-down converter MicroSiP™ power modules optimized for small solution size and high efficiency.

The power modules integrate a synchronous step-down converter and an inductor to simplify design, reduce external components and save PCB area. The low-profile and compact solution is suitable for automated assembly by standard surface mount equipment. To maximize efficiency, the converter operates in PWM mode with a nominal switching frequency of 4MHz and automatically enters Power Save Mode operation at light load currents.

In Power Save Mode, the device operates with a typically 4-µA quiescent current. Using the DCS-Control topology, the device achieves excellent load transient performance and accurate output voltage regulation. The EN and PG pins, which support sequencing configurations, bring a flexible system design. An integrated soft startup reduces the inrush current required from the input supply. Over-temperature protection and hiccup short circuit protection deliver a robust and reliable solution.


  • 1.1-mm profile MicroSiP™ power module
  • CISPR 11 class B compliant
  • Up to 95% efficiency
  • 2.4-V to 5.5-V input voltage range
  • 0.6-V to 4-V adjustable output voltage
  • Fixed output voltages available: 1.2-V, 1.8-V, 2.5-V and 3.3-V
  • 4-µA operating quiescent current
  • DCS-control topology
  • Power save mode for light load efficiency
  • 100% duty cycle for lowest dropout
  • Hiccup short circuit protection
  • Output discharge
  • Power good output with window comparator
  • Integrated soft start-up
  • Overtemperature protection
  • PSPICE models available for: TPSM82821, TPSM82822 and TPSM82823
  • 2.0-mm × 2.5-mm × 1.1-mm 10-pin µSiL package
  • 12 mm2 total solution size

Internal Block Diagram

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