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The LTC®2997 is a high-accuracy analog output temperature sensor. It converts the temperature of an external sensor or its own temperature to an analog voltage output. A built-in algorithm eliminates errors due to series resistance between the LTC2997 and the sensor diode.
The LTC2997 gives accurate results with low-cost diodeconnected NPN or PNP transistors or with integrated temper…
Demonstration circuit DC1477B features the LTM®4609EV, the high voltage, high efficiency, high density switch mode buck-boost power module. The LTM4609EV regulates an output voltage above, below, or equal to the input voltage. DC1477B accepts an input voltage from 10V to 36V with a preset output voltage of 30V at up to 3A. Derating may be necessary for certain VIN, VOUT, and thermal conditions. <…View Design
Demonstration circuit 1195 features the LTM®8023, a step-down regulator preconfigured to deliver 3.3V at up to 2A from a 5V to 36V input supply. The LTM8023 is a step-down converter, so minimum amount of headroom is required to keep the output in regulation. In addition, the input voltage required to turn on is higher than that required to run (see Minimum Input Voltage section in the data sheet …View Design
Demonstration circuit 1307A features the LTM®8027 configured to deliver 12V from a 16V to 60V input. The wide input range of the LTM8027 allows a variety of input sources such as automotive batteries, wall adaptors and industrial supplies.
The LTM8027 is a step down converter, so a minimum amount of headroom is required to keep the output in regulation. A soft-start feature controls…
Demonstration circuit DC1385A features the LTM®4614EV, the high efficiency, high density power module with dual 4A switch mode outputs. Derating is necessary for certain VIN, VOUT, and thermal conditions.
In the default configuration, the two outputs share the same input supply, however each regulator may have its own input supply simply by removing a resistor.
Demonstration Circuit 1227A is a wide VIN, high efficiency, fixed frequency synchronous Buck-Boost converter using the LTC3534EDHC. The LTC3534EDHC buck-boost topology operates with input voltages above, below or equal to the output voltage making the product ideal for multi-cell Alkaline/ NiMH or single Lithium-Ion/Polymer applications where the output voltage is within the battery voltage range…View Design
Demonstration circuit 1238B features the LTM8021, a 36 V, 500 mA step-down µModule regulator. The output has been preset to 5 V by a single resistor within the LTM8021’s output voltage range of 0.8 to 5 V. An adjustable soft-start period may be implemented with the addition of a capacitor at C3. The input voltage range is from 7.5 to 36 V for the default operating conditions. The LTM8021 may need…View Design
Demonstration circuit 1145B, featuring the LTC®4267, provides a complete IEEE 802.3af Powered Device (PD) interface and isolated 12V at 0.9A power supply solution for use in Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. An optional connection is included for a 12V auxiliary supply on the secondary side that disables PoE when present.View Design
Demonstration circuit 1926A features the LTC4353, a dual low voltage ideal diode controller, in a typical 12A application. The LTC4353 creates two near-ideal diodes using external N-channel MOSFETs thereby replacing high power Schottky diodes and their associated heat sinks. Ideal diodes enable low loss power ORing and supply holdup applications.
The LTC®4353 controls external N-cha…