XR77103-A1R0

Universal PMIC 3 Output Buck Regulator
Data Sheet

Description

The XR77103-A1R0 step-down regulator features three 2A synchronous high efficiency buck regulators with integrated power switches. They can operate in 5V, 9V and 12V powered systems with minimal required external component thus providing the smallest size solution possible. Two of the outputs may be paralleled for output currents up to 5A peak with steady state current of up to 4A.
The output voltage of each converter can be adjusted by external resistor divider down to voltage as low as 0.8V. With a nominal switching frequency of 1MHz, the regulators can also be synchronized to an external clock in applications where EMI control is critical.
XR77103-A1R0 features a supervisor circuit that monitors each converter output. PGOOD pin is asserted once sequencing is done, outputs are reported in regulation and the reset timer expires. The polarity of the signal is active high. A Pulse Skipping Mode (PSM) reduces switching losses maintaining high efficiency when the system is unloaded or in standby mode.

Features

  • 4.5V to 14V wide input supply voltage range
  • Built-In MOSFET and synchronous rectifier
  • Three 2A buck regulators
    • Parallel operation allows two outputs in parallel for 5A peak output (4A steady state)
  • 0.8V, high accuracy reference (1%)
  • Current-mode control with simple compensation circuit
  • External synchronization
  • Power good
  • Protection
    • Thermal shutdown
    • Overvoltage transient protection
    • Overcurrent protection
  • 32pin TQFN package, 4mm x 4mm
  • Pin-compatible 500kHz version (XR77103-A0R5)
  • Pin-compatible programmable version (XR77103)

Application

  • Low power FPGA and DSP supplies
  • Video processor supplies
  • Home gateways
  • Telecommunications and Infrastructure equipment
  • Industrial control and automation
  • Base stations, switches/routers

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TQFN32 4x4
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Parts & Purchasing

Part Number Pkg Code RoHS Min Temp Max Temp Status Buy Now Order Samples
XR77103ELB-A1R0 TQFN32 4x4 -40 125 EOL Suggested:
XR77103ELBTR-A1R0
XR77103ELBTR-A1R0 TQFN32 4x4 -40 125 Active
XR77103EVB-A1R0 Board Active
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