TI introduces industry's first 65-V synchronous step-down converter with Fly-Buck™ capability

New converter increases output power, improves power density and simplifies multi-output design for industrial, smart grid, automotive applications

DALLAS, March 5, 2015 — (PRNewswire) —  Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today introduced the industry's first 65-V synchronous step-down converter that provides isolated bias supplies up to 15 W – without the need for an opto-coupler. As part of TI's innovative Fly-Buck power portfolio, the LM5160A improves power density and addresses higher power needs more efficiently and reliably in industrial and automotive applications, such as three-phase AC motor drives, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), smart metering, renewable energy or grid infrastructure, factory automation, power over Ethernet (POE) IP cameras and electric vehicles. For more information, samples and evaluation boards, visit http://www.ti.com/lm5160A-pr. See the LM5160A in TI's booth #1001 at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), March 16-18, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Follow TI at www.ti.com/APEC15.

TI introduces industry's first 65-V synchronous step-down converter with Fly-Buck(TM) capability

The LM5160A converter features a constant on-time control that requires no loop compensation and supports high step-down ratios with fast transient response. The innovative converter, which supports a wide-input voltage of 4.5 V to 65 V, can generate positive and negative bias-supply rails in non-isolated designs, or single and multiple isolated outputs, while minimizing solution size and simplifying the design compared to traditional flyback solutions. Used in conjunction with award-winning WEBENCH® online design tools, the LM5160A speeds time to market of high-power DC/DC designs.

Key features and benefits of the LM5160A:

  • The 4.5- to 65-V input voltage range allows the converter to efficiently operate in harsh transient conditions without the need for input clamp circuits, resulting in higher reliability.
  • Constant on-time control provides fast transient response and results in lower component count.
  • Programmable soft start reduces in-rush currents when powering up into heavy loads or large capacitance.
  • Internal ±1 percent voltage reference and VOUT error correction improve accuracy across line, load and temperature.

The newest Fly-Buck converter joins TI's proven DC/DC portfolio with industry-leading, high-performance power conversion. TI also offers several devices with its Fly-Buck architecture, including the LM5017 converter, which supports input voltages up to 100 V. Watch a video on how to design with Fly-Buck topology and read a blog about new reference designs. More details and design resources are available at ti.com/fly-buck.

Award-winning WEBENCH tools from Texas Instruments
WEBENCH Designer and Architect are the industry's only online tools that enable end-to-end circuit design, simulation and optimization for footprint, price and efficiency, with the ability to download schematic and printed circuit board (PCB) layout files directly into computer-aided design (CAD) tools. Component libraries include more than 40,000 components from 120 manufacturers; TI's distribution partners update price and availability hourly. Offered in eight languages, users can compare complete system designs and make supply-chain decisions in minutes. Click here to start a cost-free design.

Availability and pricing
The LM5160A is available now in volume production and priced at US$1.80 in 1,000-unit quantities.

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About Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog integrated circuits (ICs) and embedded processors. By employing the world's brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology. TI is helping more than 100,000 customers transform the future, today. Learn more at www.ti.com.

Trademarks
WEBENCH is a registered trademark and Fly-Buck and TI E2E are trademarks of Texas Instruments. All other trademarks belong to their respective owners.

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