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Buck-Boost Converter with I2C Interface
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  • Category
    Power Management - DC2DC GROUP

The WD5125C is a high efficiency, high output current buck-boost converter fully programmable through I2C. Depending on the input voltage, it can automatically operate in boost, buck or in a novel 4-cycle buck-boost mode when the input voltage is approximately equal to the output voltage. The transitions between modes happen at defined thresholds and avoid unwanted toggling within the modes to reduce output voltage ripple. Two registers, accessible through I2C, set the output voltage, and a VSEL pin selects which output voltage register is active. Thus the devices can support dynamic voltage scaling. If the output voltage register is changed during operation or the VSEL pin is toggled, the device transits in a defined, programmable ramp-rate.

The WD5125C is available in a 2.2 mm x 1.3 mm CSP-15L package. Standard products is Pb-Free and Halogen-Free.

– System pre-regulator
– Point-of-load regulation
– Thermoelectric device supply
– Broadband network radio or SoC supply

Input Voltage Range: 2.2V to 5.5V

Output voltage range: 1.8V to 5.2V
– I2C-configurable during operation and shutdown
– VSEL pin to toggle between two output voltage presets

Current mode buck-boost architecture:
– Defined transitions between buck, buck-boost and boost operation
– Forward and reverse current operation
– Start-up into pre-biased outputs

Safety and robust operation features:
– Integrated soft start
– Overtemperature and VINOV protection
– True load disconnect during shutdown
– Forward and backward current limit

Pre-programmed output voltages (3.3V, 3.45V)

High efficiency over entire load range:
– Low 13 μA operating quiescent current
– Automatic power save mode and forced PWM mode (I2C-configurable)

  • Spec
  • Description
    2.2v-5.5v input, 2.5A output buck-boost with I2C interface
  • Vin Min(V)
  • Vin Max(V)
  • Input OVP(V)
  • LED Driver
  • Status
  • Output Current / Current Limit(A)
  • Freqency (KHz)
  • Output OVP(V)
  • Topology
  • PFM Mode at Light Load