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TI hails chip-scale DC/DC as benchmark performer
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Texas Instruments says its new TPS62300, one of nine members in the company's TPS623xx family, is the new benchmark for small, accurate, and high-efficiency DC/DC converters for low-power portable designs. The synchronous step-down device, which includes integrated FETs in a lead (Pb)-free, 1-by-2 mm chip-scale package, delivers up to 500 mA at up to 93 percent efficiency, suiting it to smart phones, WLAN, Bluetooth equipment, and digital still cameras.
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