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The Boost 6 Click is a Click board™ which features the TPS55332-Q1, a monolithic high-voltage switching regulator with integrated 3-A, 60-V power MOSFET. The device can be configured as a switch mode step-up power supply with voltage supervisor. This Click board™ can be used for applications regarding lighting, battery powered and automotive applications.
The Boost 6 click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
Boost 4 click carries the TPS61230A, a high efficiency fully integrated synchronous boost converter from Texas Instruments. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. Boost 4 click drives the target chip through the digi pot, which has SPI communication with the microcontroller on the system.
BOOST 2 click is a DC-DC step-up (boost) regulator that has a fixed 5V output, which can be obtained from any low voltage input - such as NiCd, NiMH or one cell Li-Po/Li-Ion batteries. This click features very high efficiency, low noise and anti-ringing voltage output and inrush current limiting with the internal soft-start, as well as true disconnect option for minimized power drain, when in shutdown mode.
These features allow this device to be used as the power source for various battery-operated devices, especially for those which require 5V, such as the PIC® family of microcontrollers, various portable embedded electronic devices, handheld instruments, GPS modules, or various battery-operated USB emergency backup chargers. Very good switching efficiency factor ensures prolonged battery life for any application this device is used in.
Use our new boost converter to step up the voltage in your next project.
Boost click carries Microchip’s MIC2606, a 2MHz, PWM DC/DC boost switching regulator available in a 2mm x 2mm MLF® package.
Boost click provides an adjustable output voltage through the onboard DAC that drives the FB pin of the MIC2606 to set desired output voltage. The click also has an onboard ADC that converts output voltage and sends its digital value through SPI pins of mikroBUS™ to the microcontroller.