As the size of the component becomes smaller and smaller, the specific model of the element itself has been printed on the surface of the patch element. Instead, the abbreviation code is printed on the surface of the element, which is generally called the Marking code (also called Top marking, Device code, Device mark etc.).
Texas Instruments TPS6208x Step-Down Converters provide highly efficient step-down conversion over a wide output current range. TI TPS6208x high-frequency synchronous step-down converters operate in PWM mode at medium to heavy loads and automatically enter power save mode at light loads to maintain high efficiency over the entire load current range. Snooze mode with an ultra-low quiescent current is implemented at very low load or no load currents. These modes increase the run-time of battery-driven applications and keep the standby current at its lowest level to meet green energy standards.
Step- Down Converters from Texas Instruments TPS54060/ TPS54260( tps56260drcr) have an integrated high-side MOSFET, 60V, 0.5A, or 2.5A component, and Eco-mode. With a pulse-skipping Eco-Mode, the TPS54060/ TPS54260 step-down regulators have high efficiency at light loads. The low ripple pulse skip mode decreases the no-load, regulated output supply current to 116A or 138A. When the enable pin is low, the Texas Instruments TPS54060/ TPS54260 's shutdown supply current is cut to 1.3 A. These converters work well with commercial and industrial low-power systems with 12V, 24V, and 48V.
What is a printed circuit board?
Printed circuit board, also known as PCB, is the electrical connection provider of electronic components. It has a history of over 100 years. Its design is mainly layout design. The main advantages of using circuit boards are greatly reduced wiring and assembly errors and improved level of automation and production labor rate. The number of PCB layers can be divided into a single board, double panel, four-layer board, six-layer board, and other multi-layer board. Let's look at printed circuit boards and integrated circuits.
Electronic component naming conventions are used to describe semiconductor devices, passive components, and connectors used in circuit design.
In the electronic component naming convention, the component family is very important for hole naming and surface mount naming.
The lead spacing or positions between holes where the component leads are inserted from the first number in the naming convention for standard through-hole components.