|By Business Wire||
|March 2, 2014 10:37 PM EST||
Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced the launch of “TC7735FTG”,
a system power supply IC for the medium-sized LCD modules that are
mainly used in car navigation systems. Sample shipments start today.
LCD modules require maximum five different voltage power supplies to drive the controller and drivers. The IC integrates 2 channels of DC-DC converters, 2 channels of charge pumps, and one operational amplifier. This allows LCD modules to be driven with a single chip, reducing mounting area. The product also supports a wide operational voltage range from 4.5 to 16V, which enables direct power supply from car batteries and allows for use in car navigation systems.
The IC integrates an OTP memory1, allowing it to store different power control set-up data for each LCD modules.
Toshiba: "TC7735FTG", a system power supply IC for LCD used in car navigation systems (Photo: Business Wire)
- Built-in 5 different power outputs.
- Supports wide operating voltage range from 4.5 to 16V.
- Adopts automatic buck-boost converter that identifies input voltage and selects operation mode (buck or boost), eliminating control by external command.
- Built-in OTP for adjustable power control of each LCD.
|Operating Voltage Range||4.5 to 16V|
CH1: Automatic Buck-Boost DC-DC converter
|5V to 15V|
|CH2: Buck DC-DC converter||3V to 5V|
|CH3: Positive charge pump||14V to 22V|
|CH4: Negative charge pump||-5V to -15V|
|Operational amplifier for VCOM||
0.5 to7.5V (Vout1-0.6V max)
* Vout1 is output voltage of CH1
|Setting||Built-in OTP write||
1MHz: Built-in oscillator
400kHz to 1.2MHz: External clock input
|Safety functions||Detection functions||
Input under voltage detection
Input over voltage detection
Output over voltage detection
|Package||QFN32pin(5mm × 5mm)|
Note 1: One Time Programmable memory.
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