The TLC3702-Q1 consists of two independent micro-power voltage comparators. Compared to
similar devices, the TLC3702-Q1 uses one-twentieth of the power for similar response times. This
allows the device to react quickly to fast changing signals while extending the battery
The push-pull CMOS output stage drives capacitive loads directly without a power
consuming pullup resistor to achieve the stated response time. Eliminating the pullup resistor not
only reduces power dissipation but also saves board space and component cost. Additionally, the
output stage is fully compatible with all TTL and CMOS logic requirements.
Texas Instruments’ LinCMOS™ process offers superior
analog performance versus standard CMOS processes. Along with the standard CMOS advantages of low
power without sacrificing speed, high input impedance and low bias currents, the LinCMOS process
offers extremely stable input/offset voltages with large differential input voltages. This
characteristic makes it possible to build reliable CMOS comparators.
The TLC3702-Q1 has a wide supply range from 3 V to 16 V, allowing design flexibility. The
voltage range also allows the device to handle start-stop applications and be connected directly to
a standard 12-V battery. All of these features make the TLC3702-Q1 suitable for HEV/EV and
powertrain system such as transmission control unit (TCU) and engine control.
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