Extend battery life with the 60nA quiescent current TPS62840

If you’re looking to reduce quiescent current and extend the lifetime of your system’s battery, then the TPS62840 is the device for you. At an astonishing 60nA of operating IQ, TPS62840 is the world’s lowest quiescent current DC/DC switching regulator. From IoT to smart meters, and patient monitors to wearables, your system’s battery craves a device like TPS62840. Try one today!

Key features of the TPS62840:

  • 60nA operating quiescent current extends battery run-time and allows for the use of fewer or smaller batteries
  • 80% efficiency with a 1µA load is more than double that of the previous generation
  • 1.8V to 6.5V input range accommodates a variety of battery chemistries
  • STOP pin turns off all switching to provide a quiet supply rail for noise sensitive applications

Design support for TPS62840:

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