Distributor Stocks Power Management Chips

Aug. 13, 2008
Mouser Electronics continues to expand its portfolio of power management devices from Texas Instruments (TI)

Mouser Electronics continues to expand its portfolio of power management devices from Texas Instruments (TI). Mouser and TI work hand-in-hand to ensure the availability of TI’s newest products through the distributor’s practice of same-day shipping with no minimum order requirement.

New power management products, including boost controllers, protection ICs, PFC controllers, and low drop-out regulators (LDOs), are in stock and ready for immediate purchase through Mouser. The TPS40210 and TPS40211 are nonsynchronous boost controllers with a wide input voltage range from 4.5V to 52V. The bq24315 is a highly integrated circuit designed to provide protection to Li-ion batteries from failures of the charging circuit.

The UCC28060 and UCC28070 PFC controllers achieve high-efficiency ratings in applications ranging from multi-kilowatt communication, server and industrial systems, to digital TVs and PCs. The TPS78001 very-low-power LDO delivers 150 mA of output while consuming only 500 nA of quiescent current or less than 40 nA of ground current in shutdown mode.

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