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Pagers
MP3 Players
Digital Cameras
LCD Bias Supplies
Handheld Instruments
Wireless Handsets
GPS Receivers
Up to 92% Efficiency
Generates 3.3V at 100mA from a Single AA Cell
Low Start-Up Voltage: 0.85V
1.2MHz Fixed Frequency Switching
Internal Synchronous Rectifier
2.5V to 5V Output Range
Automatic Burst Mode
®
Operation (LTC3400)
Continuous Switching at Light Loads (LTC3400B)
Logic Controlled Shutdown (<1µA)
Antiringing Control Minimizes EMI
Tiny External Components
Low Profile (1mm) SOT-23 Package
600mA, 1.2MHz Micropower
Synchronous Boost Converter
in ThinSOT
Figure 1. Single Cell to 3.3V Synchronous Boost Converter
The LTC
®
3400/LTC3400B are synchronous, fixed fre-
quency, step-up DC/DC converters delivering high effi-
ciency in a 6-lead ThinSOT™ package. Capable of supplying
3.3V at 100mA from a single AA cell input, the devices
contain an internal NMOS switch and PMOS synchronous
rectifier.
A switching frequency of 1.2MHz minimizes solution
footprint by allowing the use of tiny, low profile inductors
and ceramic capacitors. The current mode PWM design is
internally compensated, reducing external parts count.
The LTC3400 features automatic shifting to power saving
Burst Mode operation at light loads, while the LTC3400B
features continuous switching at light loads. Antiringing
control circuitry reduces EMI concerns by damping the
inductor in discontinuous mode, and the devices feature
low shutdown current of under 1µA.
Both devices are available in the low profile (1mm)
SOT-23 package.
ThinSOT is a trademark of Linear Technology Corporation.
SW
L1
4.7µH
V
OUT
LTC3400
FB
V
IN
SHDN
2
1
3
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R1
1.02M
1%
C1, C2: TAIYO-YUDEN X5R EMK316BJ475ML
L1: COILCRAFT DO160C-472
R2
604k
1%
C2
4.7µF
C1
4.7µF
SINGLE
AA CELL V
OUT
3.3V
100mA
5
4
6
GND
+
OFF ON
LOAD CURRENT (mA)
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EFFICIENCY (%)
80
100
50
70
90
0.1 10 100 1000
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VIN = 2.4V
VIN = 1.5V
FIGURE 1 CIRCUIT
WITH OPTIONAL SCHOTTKY DIODE
(SEE APPLICATIONS INFORMATION)
Efficiency
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V
IN
Voltage .................................................0.3V to 6V
SW Voltage .................................................0.3V to 6V
SHDN, FB Voltage .......................................0.3V to 6V
V
OUT
...........................................................0.3V to 6V
Operating Temperature Range (Note 2) .. 30°C to 85°C
Storage Temperature Range ...................65°C to 125°
Lead Temperature (Soldering, 10 sec)..................300°C
ORDER PART
NUMBER
S6 PART MARKING
T
JMAX
= 125°C, θ
JC
= 102°C/W LTWK
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LTC3400ES6
LTC3400BES6
(Note 1)
Note 1: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which the life
of a device may be impaired.
Note 2: The LTC3400E/LTC3400BE are guaranteed to meet performance
specifications from 0°C to 70°C. Specifications over the –30°C to 85°C
operating temperature range are assured by design, characterization and
correlation with statistical process controls.
The denotes the specifications which apply over the full operating
temperature range, otherwise specifications are at TA = 25°C. VIN = 1.2V, VOUT = 3.3V, unless otherwise specified.
PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN TYP MAX UNITS
Minimum Start-Up Voltage I
LOAD
= 1mA 0.85 1 V
Minimum Operating Voltage SHDN = V
IN
(Note 4) 0.5 0.65 V
Output Voltage Adjust Range 2.5 5 V
Feedback Voltage 1.192 1.23 1.268 V
Feedback Input Current V
FB
= 1.25V (Note 3) 1 nA
Quiescent Current (Burst Mode Operation) V
FB
= 1.4V (Note 5), LTC3400 Only 19 30 µA
Quiescent Current (Shutdown) V
SHDN
= 0V, Not Including Switch Leakage 0.01 1 µA
Quiescent Current (Active) Measured On V
OUT
300 500 µA
NMOS Switch Leakage V
SW
= 5V 0.1 5 µA
PMOS Switch Leakage V
SW
= 0V 0.1 5 µA
NMOS Switch On Resistance V
OUT
= 3.3V 0.35
V
OUT
= 5V 0.20
PMOS Switch On Resistance V
OUT
= 3.3V 0.45
V
OUT
= 5V 0.30
NMOS Current Limit 600 850 mA
Burst Mode Operation Current Threshold LTC3400 Only (Note 3) 3 mA
Current Limit Delay to Output (Note 3) 40 ns
Max Duty Cycle V
FB
= 1.15V 80 87 %
Switching Frequency 0.95 1.2 1.5 MHz
0.85 1.2 1.5 MHz
SHDN Input High 1V
SHDN Input Low 0.35 V
SHDN Input Current V
SHDN
= 5.5V 0.01 1 µA
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Note 3: Specification is guaranteed by design and not 100% tested in
production.
Note 4: Minimum V
IN
operation after start-up is only limited by the
battery’s ability to provide the necessary power as it enters a deeply
discharged state.
Note 5: Burst Mode operation I
Q
is measured at V
OUT
. Multiply this value
by V
OUT
/V
IN
to get the equivalent input (battery) current.
SW 1
GND 2
FB 3
6 V
IN
5 V
OUT
4 SHDN
TOP VIEW
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6-LEAD PLASTIC SOT-23
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Output Load Burst Mode Threshold
vs VIN
VIN (V)
0.9
0
OUTPUT CURRENT (mA)
1.5 2.1 2.7 3.3
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3.9 4.5
20
10
VOUT = 3.3V VOUT = 5V
L = 4.7µH
TA = 25°C
TEMPERATURE (°C)
–60
3.24
VOUT (V)
3.26
3.28
3.30
3.32
3.36
–30 03060
3400 G02
90 120
3.34
FIGURE 1 CIRCUIT
IO = 10mA
I
OUT
(mA) CURRENT SOURCE LOAD
0.1
0.8
START-UP VOLTAGE (V)
1.2
1.3
1.4
1 10 100
3400 G03
1.1
1.0
0.9
T
A
= 25°C
VOUT vs Temperature Minimum Start-Up Voltage
vs Load Current
No Load Battery Current vs VBATT
BATTERY VOLTAGE (V)
1.2
10
100
1000
1.8
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BATTERY CURRENT (µA)
0.9 3.01.5 2.1 2.4 2.7
VOUT = 3.3V
TA = 25°C
SW Pin Fixed Frequency,
Continuous Inductor Current
Operation
TEMPERATURE (°C)
–50
NORMALIZED FREQUENCY
0.99
1.00
1.01
10 50
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0.98
0.97
–30 –10 30 70 90
0.96
0.95
SW Pin Antiringing Operation
Fixed Frequency and Burst Mode
Operation VOUT Transient Response
Normalized Oscillator Frequency
vs Temperature
V
SW
1V/DIV
0V
V
IN
= 1.3V 100ns/DIV 3400 G06
V
OUT
= 3.3V
I
OUT
= 10mA
L = 6.8µH
C
OUT
= 4.7µF
V
SW
1V/DIV
0V
V
IN
= 1.3V 100ns/DIV 3400 G07
V
OUT
= 3.3V
I
OUT
= 50mA
L = 6.8µH
C
OUT
= 4.7µF
V
OUT(AC)
100mV/DIV
60mA
V
IN
= 1.3V 10ms/DIV 3400 G08
V
OUT
= 3.3V
I
OUT
= 60mA TO 10µA
L = 6.8µH
C
OUT
= 4.7µF
10µA
I
OUT
V
OUT(AC)
100mV/DIV
100mA
V
IN
= 1.3V 100µs/DIV 3400 G09
V
OUT
= 3.3V
I
OUT
= 40mA TO 100mA
L = 6.8µH
C
OUT
= 4.7µF
40mA
I
OUT
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SW (Pin 1): Switch Pin. Connect inductor between SW
and V
IN
. Optional Schottky diode is connected between
SW and V
OUT
. Keep these PCB trace lengths as short and
wide as possible to reduce EMI and voltage overshoot. If
the inductor current falls to zero, or SHDN is low, an
internal 100 antiringing switch is connected from SW to
V
IN
to minimize EMI.
GND (Pin 2): Signal and Power Ground. Provide a short
direct PCB path between GND and the (–) side of the output
capacitor(s).
FB (Pin 3): Feedback Input to the g
m
Error Amplifier.
Connect resistor divider tap to this pin. The output voltage
can be adjusted from 2.5V to 5V by:
V
OUT
= 1.23V • [1 + (R1/R2)]
SHDN (Pin 4): Logic Controlled Shutdown Input.
SHDN = High: Normal free running operation, 1.2MHz
typical operating frequency.
SHDN = Low: Shutdown, quiescent current <1µA.
100 connected between SW and V
IN
.
Typically, SHDN should be connected to V
IN
through a 1M
pull-up resistor.
V
OUT
(Pin 5): Output Voltage Sense Input and Drain of the
Internal Synchronous Rectifier MOSFET. Bias is derived
from V
OUT
. PCB trace length from V
OUT
to the output filter
capacitor(s) should be as short and wide as possible. V
OUT
is held at V
IN
– 0.6V in shutdown due to the body diode of
the internal PMOS.
V
IN
(Pin 6): Battery Input Voltage. The device gets its
start-up bias from V
IN
. Once V
OUT
exceeds V
IN
, bias
comes from V
OUT
. Thus, once started, operation is com-
pletely independent from V
IN
. Operation is only limited by
the output power level and the battery’s internal series
resistance.
1.23V
REF
Burst Mode
OPERATION
CONTROL
SHUTDOWN
CONTROL
SLOPE
COMP
PWM
CONTROL
START-UP
OSC MUX
A
B
A/B
RAMP
GEN
1.2MHz
FB
3400 BD
3
V
OUT
OPTIONAL
SCHOTTKY
L1
4.7µH
5
SW
1
V
IN
SINGLE
CELL
INPUT
6
SHDN
4GND
2
+
g
m
ERROR
AMP
+
V
OUT
GOOD
+
PWM
COMPARATOR
R
C
80k
SHUTDOWN
C
C
150pF
C
P2
2.5pF R2
604k
1%
(EXTERNAL)
R1
1.02M
1%
(EXTERNAL)
SLEEP
Σ
SYNC
DRIVE
CONTROL 0.35
0.45
2.3V
C
OUT
4.7µF
3.3V
OUTPUT
C
IN
1µF
+
CURRENT
SENSE
C
FF
(OPTIONAL)
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The LTC3400/LTC3400B are 1.2MHz, synchronous boost
converters housed in a 6-lead ThinSOT package. Able to
operate from an input voltage below 1V, the devices
feature fixed frequency, current mode PWM control for
exceptional line and load regulation. With its low R
DS(ON)
and gate charge internal MOSFET switches, the devices
maintain high efficiency over a wide range of load current.
Detailed descriptions of the three distinct operating modes
follow. Operation can be best understood by referring to
the Block Diagram.
Low Voltage Start-Up
The LTC3400/LTC3400B will start up at a typical V
IN
volt-
age of 0.85V or higher. The low voltage start-up circuitry
controls the internal NMOS switch up to a maximum peak
inductor current of 850mA (typ), with an approximate
1.5µs off-time during start-up, allowing the devices to
start up into an output load. Once V
OUT
exceeds 2.3V, the
start-up circuitry is disabled and normal fixed frequency
PWM operation is initiated. In this mode, the LTC3400/
LTC3400B operate independent of V
IN
, allowing extended
operating time as the battery can droop to several tenths
of a volt without affecting output voltage regulation. The
limiting factor for the application becomes the ability of the
battery to supply sufficient energy to the output.
Low Noise Fixed Frequency Operation
Oscillator: The frequency of operation is internally set to
1.2MHz.
Error Amp: The error amplifier is an internally compensated
transconductance type (current output) with a transconduc-
tance (g
m
) = 33 microsiemens. The internal 1.23V reference
voltage is compared to the voltage at the FB pin to generate
an error signal at the output of the error amplifier. A volt-
age divider from V
OUT
to ground programs the output
voltage via FB from 2.5V to 5V using the equation:
V
OUT
= 1.23V • [1 + (R1/R2)]
Current Sensing: A signal representing NMOS switch
current is summed with the slope compensator. The
summed signal is compared to the error amplifier output
to provide a peak current control command for the PWM.
Peak switch current is limited to approximately 850mA
independent of input or output voltage. The current signal
is blanked for 40ns to enhance noise rejection.
Zero Current Comparator: The zero current comparator
monitors the inductor current to the output and shuts off
the synchronous rectifier once this current reduces to ap-
proximately 20mA. This prevents the inductor current from
reversing in polarity improving efficiency at light loads.
Antiringing Control: The antiringing control circuitry pre-
vents high frequency ringing of the SW pin as the inductor
current goes to zero by damping the resonant circuit
formed by L and C
SW
(capacitance on SW pin).
Burst Mode Operation
Portable devices frequently spend extended time in low
power or standby mode, only switching to high power
drain when specific functions are enabled. In order to
improve battery life in these types of products, high power
converter efficiency needs to be maintained over a wide
output power range. In addition to its high efficiency at
moderate and heavy loads, the LTC3400 includes auto-
matic Burst Mode operation that improves efficiency of
the power converter at light loads. Burst mode operation
is initiated if the output load current falls below an
internally programmed threshold (see Typical Perfor-
mance graph, Output Load Burst Mode Threshold vs VIN).
Once initiated, the Burst Mode operation circuitry shuts
down most of the device, only keeping alive the circuitry
required to monitor the output voltage. This is referred to
as the sleep state. In sleep, the LTC3400 draws only 19µA
from the output capacitor, greatly en
hancing efficiency.
When the output voltage has drooped approximately 1%
from nominal, the LTC3400 wakes up and commences
normal PWM operation. The output capacitor recharges
and causes the LTC3400 to reenter sleep if the output load
remains less than the sleep threshold. The frequency of
this intermittent PWM or burst operation is proportional to
load current; that is, as the load current drops further
below the burst threshold, the LTC3400 turns on less
frequently. When the load current increases above the
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PCB LAYOUT GUIDELINES
The high speed operation of the LTC3400/LTC3400B
demands careful attention to board layout. You will not get
advertised performance with careless layout. Figure 2
shows the recommended component placement. A large
ground pin copper area will help to lower the chip tempera-
ture. A multilayer board with a separate ground plane is
ideal, but not absolutely necessary.
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VD
fL D
OUT MAX P IN
()
•–
•• •–=
()
η2
1
where:
η = estimated efficiency
I
P
= peak current limit value (0.6A)
V
IN
= input (battery) voltage
D = steady-state duty ratio = (V
OUT
– V
IN
)/V
OUT
f = switching frequency (1.2MHz typical)
L = inductance value
SW
GND
FB
1
2
3
6
5
4
V
IN
V
OUT
SHDN SHDN
(OPTIONAL)
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OUT
V
IN
RECOMMENDED COMPONENT PLACEMENT. TRACES
CARRYING HIGH CURRENT ARE DIRECT. TRACE AREA AT
FB PIN IS SMALL. LEAD LENGTH TO BATTERY IS SHORT
Figure 2. Recommended Component Placement
for Single Layer Board
COMPONENT SELECTION
Inductor Selection
The LTC3400/LTC3400B can utilize small surface mount
and chip inductors due to their fast 1.2MHz switching
frequency. A minimum inductance value of 3.3µH is
necessary for 3.6V and lower voltage applications and
4.7µH for output voltages greater than 3.6V. Larger values
INDUCTANCE (µH)
3
60
OUTPUT CURRENT (mA)
80
110
120
160
711 13 21
180
140
59 15 17 19 23
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V
IN
=1.2V V
OUT
= 3V
V
OUT
= 3.3V
V
OUT
= 3.6V
V
OUT
= 5V
Figure 3. Maximum Output Current vs
Inductance Based On 90% Efficiency
of inductance will allow greater output current capability
by reducing the inductor ripple current. Increasing the
inductance above 10µH will increase size while providing
little improvement in output current capability.
The approximate output current capability of the LTC3400/
LTC3400B versus inductance value is given in the equa-
tion below and illustrated graphically in Figure 3.
burst threshold, the LTC3400 will resume continuous
PWM operation seamlessly. Referring to the Block Dia-
gram, an optional capacitor (C
FF
) between V
OUT
and FB in
some circumstances can reduce the peak-to-peak V
OUT
ripple and input quiescent current during Burst Mode
operation. Typical values for C
FF
range from 15pF to
220pF. The LTC3400B does not use Burst Mode operation
and features continous operation at light loads, eliminat-
ing low frequency output voltage ripple at the expense of
light load efficiency.
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The inductor current ripple is typically set for 20% to 40%
of the maximum inductor current (I
P
). High frequency
ferrite core inductor materials reduce frequency depen-
dent power losses compared to cheaper powdered iron
types, improving efficiency. The inductor should have low
ESR (series resistance of the windings) to reduce the I
2
R
power losses, and must be able to handle the peak
inductor current without saturating. Molded chokes and
some chip inductors usually do not have enough core to
support the peak inductor currents of 850mA seen on the
LTC3400/LTC3400B. To minimize radiated noise, use a
toroid, pot core or shielded bobbin inductor. See Table 1
for some suggested components and suppliers.
Table 1. Recommended Inductors
MAX
L DCR HEIGHT
PART (µH) m(mm) VENDOR
CDRH5D18-4R1 4.1 57 2.0 Sumida
CDRH5D18-100 10 124 2.0 (847) 956-0666
CDRH3D16-4R7 4.7 105 1.8 www.sumida.com
CDRH3D16-6R8 170 1.8
CR43-4R7 4.7 109 3.5
CR43-100 10 182 3.5
CMD4D06-4R7MC 4.7 216 0.8
CMD4D06-3R3MC 3.3 174 0.8
DS1608-472 4.7 60 2.9 Coilcraft
DS1608-103 10 75 2.9 (847) 639-6400
DO1608C-472 4.7 90 2.9 www.coilcraft.com
D52LC-4R7M 4.7 84 2.0 Toko
D52LC-100M 10 137 2.0 (408) 432-8282
www.tokoam.com
LQH3C4R7M24 4.7 195 2.2 Murata
www.murata.com
Output and Input Capacitor Selection
Low ESR (equivalent series resistance) capacitors should
be used to minimize the output voltage ripple. Multilayer
ceramic capacitors are an excellent choice as they have
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extremely low ESR and are available in small footprints. A
2.2µF to 10µF output capacitor is sufficient for most
applications. Larger values up to 22µF may be used to
obtain extremely low output voltage ripple and improve
transient response. An additional phase lead capacitor
may be required with output capacitors larger than 10µF
to maintain acceptable phase margin. X5R and X7R
dielectric materials are preferred for their ability to main-
tain capacitance over wide voltage and temperature ranges.
Low ESR input capacitors reduce input switching noise
and reduce the peak current drawn from the battery. It
follows that ceramic capacitors are also a good choice for
input decoupling and should be located as close as pos-
sible to the device. A 4.7µF input capacitor is sufficient for
virtually any application. Larger values may be used with-
out limitations. Table 2 shows a list of several ceramic
capacitor manufacturers. Consult the manufacturers di-
rectly for detailed information on their entire selection of
ceramic parts.
Table 2. Capacitor Vendor Information
SUPPLIER PHONE WEBSITE
AVX (803) 448-9411 www.avxcorp.com
Murata (714) 852-2001 www.murata.com
Taiyo Yuden (408) 573-4150 www.t-yuden.com
Output Diode
Use a Schottky diode such as an MBR0520L, PMEG2010EA,
1N5817 or equivalent if the converter output voltage is 4.5V
or greater. The Schottky diode carries the output current for
the time it takes for the synchronous rectifier to turn on. Do
not use ordinary rectifier diodes, since the slow recovery
times will compromise efficiency. A Schottky diode is
optional for output voltages below 4.5V, but will increase
converter efficiency by 2% to 3%.
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SW
L1
4.7µH
V
OUT
LTC3400
FB
V
IN
SHDN
2
1
3
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R1
1.02M
1%
R2
604k
1%
Q1
2N3904
D1: CENTRAL SEMI CMDSH2-3
L1: COILCRAFT DS1608-472
C1
4.7µF
SINGLE
AA CELL V
OUT
3.3V
100mA
5
4
6
GND
+
OFF ON
C2
4.7µF
R3
510k
R3
510k
M1
Si2305DS
D1
Single Cell to 3.3V Synchronous Boost Converter
with Load Disconnect in Shutdown
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1nF
OPTIONAL
SNUBBER
SW
L1
4.7µH
2
V
OUT
LTC3400
FB
V
IN
SHDN
2
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1
3
C2
4.7µFC3
100pF
R1
1.02M
1%
D1: PHILIPS PMEG2010EA
L1: SUMIDA CMD4D06-4R7
C1, C2: TAIYO YUDEN JMK212BJ475MG
C1
4.7µF
LITHIUM
CELL 5
4
6
GND
+
OFF ON R2
332k
1%
Single Lithium Cell to 5V, 250mA
3.6V to 5V Efficiency
LOAD CURRENT (mA)
60
EFFICIENCY (%)
70
80
90
100
0.1 10 100 1000
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50 1
LTC3400
CO = 4.7µF
L = 4.7µH
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SW
L1
4.7µH
C3
1µF
V
OUT
LTC3400
FB
V
IN
SHDN
2
1
3
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R1
1.02M
1%
R2
750k
1%
C1
4.7µF
SINGLE
AA CELL V
OUT1
3V
90mA
V
OUT2
–3V
10mA
5
D1 D2
4
6
GND
+
OFF ON
C2
4.7µF
D1, D2: ZETEX FMND7000 DUAL DIODE
L1: COILCRAFT DS1608-472
C4
10µF
Single Cell AA Cell to ±3V Synchronous Boost Converter
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6-Lead Plastic TSOT-23
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1.50 – 1.75
(NOTE 4)
2.80 BSC
0.30 – 0.45
6 PLCS (NOTE 3)
DATUM ‘A’
0.09 – 0.20
(NOTE 3)
S6 TSOT-23 0302
2.90 BSC
(NOTE 4)
0.95 BSC
1.90 BSC
0.80 – 0.90
1.00 MAX 0.01 – 0.10
0.20 BSC
0.30 – 0.50 REF
PIN ONE ID
NOTE:
1. DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
2. DRAWING NOT TO SCALE
3. DIMENSIONS ARE INCLUSIVE OF PLATING
4. DIMENSIONS ARE EXCLUSIVE OF MOLD FLASH AND METAL BURR
5. MOLD FLASH SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.254mm
6. JEDEC PACKAGE REFERENCE IS MO-193
3.85 MAX
0.62
MAX 0.95
REF
RECOMMENDED SOLDER PAD LAYOUT
PER IPC CALCULATOR
1.4 MIN
2.62 REF
1.22 REF
L7LJIJN§GB
LTC3400/LTC3400B
12
3400fa
Linear Technology Corporation
1630 McCarthy Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035-7417
(408) 432-1900
FAX: (408) 434-0507
www.linear.com
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION 2001
LT/TP 0903 1K REV A • PRINTED IN USA
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION COMMENTS
LT1308A/LT1308B High Current, Micropower, Single Cell 600kHz DC/DC Converter 5V at 1A with Single Li-Ion Cell, V
OUT
to 34V
LT1613 1.4MHz, Single Cell DC/DC Converter in ThinSOT V
IN
as Low as 1.1V, 3V at 30mA from Single Cell
LT1615 Micropower Step-Up DC/DC Converter in ThinSOT I
Q
= 20µA, 1µA Shutdown Current, V
IN
as Low as 1V
LT®1618 1.4MHz Step-Up DC/DC Converter with Current Limit 1.5A Switch, 1.6V to 18V Input Range,
Input or Output Current Limiting
LT1619 High Efficiency Boost DC/DC Controller 1A Gate Drive, 1.1V to 20V Input, Separate V
CC
for Gate Drive
LTC1872 ThinSOT Boost DC/DC Controller 50kHz, 2.5V to 9.8V Input
LT1930/LT1930A 1.2MHz/2.2MHz DC/DC Converters in ThinSOT V
IN
= 2.6V to 16V, 5V at 450mA from 3.3V Input
LT1932 Constant Current Step-Up LED Driver Drives Up to Eight White LEDs, ThinSOT Package
LT1946/LT1946A 1.2MHz/2.7MHz Boost DC/DC Converters 1.5A, 36V Internal Switch, 8-Pin MSOP Package
LT1949 600kHz, 1A Switch PWM DC/DC Converter 1A, 0.5, 30V Internal Switch, V
IN
as Low as 1.5V,
Low-Battery Detect Active in Shutdown
LTC3401 1A, 3MHz Micropower Synchronous Boost Converter 1A Switch, Programmable Frequency, 10-Pin MSOP Package
LTC3402 2A, 3MHz Micropower Synchronous Boost Converter 2A Switch, Programmable Frequency, 10-Pin MSOP Package
LTC3423 1A, 3MHz Micropower Synchronous Boost Converter 1A Switch, Separate Bias Pin for Low Output Voltages
LTC3424 2A, 3MHz Micropower Synchronous Boost Converter 2A Switch, Separate Bias Pin for Low Output Voltages
LTC3425 5A, 8MHz, 4-Phase Micropower Synchronous Boost Converter Up to 95% Efficiency, 5A Switch, V
IN
: 0.5V to 4.5V,
V
OUT
(min): 2.4V to 5.25V, I
Q
= 12µA, QFN
RELATED PARTS
Single AA Cell to 2.5V Synchronous Boost Converter
SW
L1
3.3µH
V
OUT
LTC3400
FB
V
IN
SHDN
2
1
D1
3
3400 TA04a
R1
1.02M
1%
R2
1.02M
1%
C2
4.7µF
D1: PHILIPS PMEG2010EA
L1: SUMIDA CMD4D06-3R3MC
C1
4.7µF
SINGLE
AA CELL V
OUT
2.5V
130mA
5
4
6
GND
+
OFF ON
U
TYPICAL APPLICATIO

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