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Buck-boost ?Module converter delivers up to 700mA

Posted: 07 Feb 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:µModule converter? DC/DC controller? micromodule? capacitors? inverters?

Linear Technology Corp. has announced a 2.8V-18V input, multi-topology DC/DC?Module (micromodule) converter, with onboard inductor, power switch and DC/DC controller delivering up to 700mA output current. With the addition of only two resistors and two capacitors, the LTM8045 can be configured to regulate either a positive output voltage (SEPIC topology) between 2.5V and 15V or a negative output voltage (inverting topology) between -2.5V and -15V, detailed the company.

The LTM8045 is designed for point-of-load regulation in communications, imaging and handheld test equipment. In the SEPIC configuration, the device's input voltage can be above, below or equal to the regulated output voltage. If configured as a negative output inverter, no level shifting circuitry is required by the logic level control pins. Under a -5V, 500mA load, the LTM8045 achieves 80 per cent efficiency from a positive 12V input supply. The operating frequency range is 200kHz to 2MHz, adjustable via an external resistor and can be synchronised to an external clock within the same frequency range.

The LTM8045 is packaged in a 6.25 x 11.25 x 4.92mm BGA and operation is guaranteed over the

-40C to 125C and -55C to 125C internal temperature range. Pricing starts at $6.97 each for 1,000 piece quantities. The LTM8045 is available for immediate delivery from stock.

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