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2007-05-11 Direct step down from 60V for this controller
Linear Tech's LTC3812-5 is a high input voltage synchronous step-down switching regulator controller that directly steps down voltages from 60V to output voltages ranging from 0.8V to 93 percent of Vin.
2014-08-20 Digital control ushers in a new era of PFC design
Learn how to achieve a high-performance PFC through novel and practical methods for addressing total harmonic injection, individual harmonics magnitude, power factor, efficiency, and total solution cost.
2009-03-26 DC/DC controllers deliver fast transient response
Linear Technology Corp. has launched the LTC3878 and LTC3879 high efficiency no RSENSE synchronous step-down DC/DC controllers.
2008-10-16 DC/DC controller works with various topologies
Linear releases a new high reliability (MP) grade version of the LT3724, a 60V (65V(MAX)) low quiescent current (100?A) switching regulator DC/DC controller used in step-down, step-up, inverting and SEPIC topologies.
2012-09-17 DC/DC controller touts voltage tracking, sync capabilities
ADI's ADP1851/53 is engineered for high efficiency, high current, fast, transient point-of-load applications in communications networking, industrial, medical and consumer applications.
2013-02-14 DC/DC controller supports 2.8-80V input voltage range
The LT8705 from Linear Tech operates from input voltages above, below or equal to the regulated output voltage, and has four feedback loops to regulate the input current/voltage.
2007-12-28 DC/DC controller produces up to 30V output
Linear Tech says its LT3742, a 100 percent duty cycle dual output step-down switching regulator DC/DC controller produces output voltages up to 30V.
2007-01-08 DC/DC controller includes differential output sensing
Linear Technology has introduced a synchronous step-down DC/DC controller that provides true differential remote output voltage sensing of both the positive and negative terminals.
2005-01-19 Dc-dc controller provides fast transient response, high output accuracy
Linear Tech released a synchronous step-down dc-dc controller with fast transient response, high output accuracy, integrated tracking and sequencing functions, and output margining capability.
2005-12-02 Controllers meet power requirements of Intel, AMD CPUs
Maxim Integrated Products released single-chip 2-/3-/4-phase controllers with integrated dual driver, designed specifically for next-generation Intel and AMD core power requirements.
2005-08-04 Controller reduces external circuits
A synchronous dc-dc buck controller with innovative sequencing and output voltage margining features was recently unveiled by Texas Instruments.
2008-04-09 Controller drives high-brightness LEDs in series
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a 4.5-52V wide-input voltage, non-synchronous boost controller, intended for applications where the output is a regulated current instead of a regulated voltage.
2006-09-18 Buck converters suit compact automotive DC/DC apps
The flexible configuration, low IQ operation, protection features and thermal enhancement make Maxim's new buck converters suitable for low-cost, compact, automotive DC/DC applications, according to the company.
2008-12-17 Buck controllers boast high voltage range, reduced EMI
National Semiconductor has released four new high-voltage, non-synchronous buck controllers that feature high input voltage range, high-performance PWM control and reduced EMI.
2010-06-23 Boost regulator powers HDTV tuners
Micrel Inc. is rolling out the MIC2619 integrated boost switching regulator, which operate at 1.2MHz and can supply up to 350mA switch current.
2011-12-14 Boost lighting efficiency with voltage-mode CRM PFC
Learn about the features of new voltage-mode controllers specifically designed for lighting applications.
2008-07-10 AOS debuts chip for boost regulator segment
Alpha & Omega Semiconductor Inc. (AOS) has introduced AOZ1905, its first regulator in the EZBoost family.
2008-06-24 52V boost controller rolls for industrial apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has released a 4.5V to 52V wide-input voltage boost controller designed for industrial and battery-powered applications where the output is a regulated current instead of a regulated voltage.
2008-01-21 25A step-down regulator fits in 8mm x 8mm TQFN
Maxim has introduced the MAX8655, claimed to be the first switching, step-down regulator to incorporate the MOSFETs and to shrink regulator packaging into the industry's smallest footprintan 8mm x 8mm x 0.8mm (height) TQFN.
2010-05-21 2.5A SWIFT converter packs 200m? high-side FET
Texas Instruments Inc. is rolling out a 2.5A step-down SWIFT converter to support input voltages up to 60V.
2010-01-29 12V buck converter simplifies CE power design
TI's SWIFT power management IC simplifies power design in consumer electronics with a 12V power supply, such as a STB or DTV.
2008-11-17 1.5A high efficiency synchronous switching regulator evaluation board
The LM2651 switching regulator provides high efficiency power conversion over a 100:1 load range (1.5A to 15mA). This feature makes the LM2651 an ideal fit in battery powered applications.
2008-04-17 'Smallest' 1.6MHz buck regulator promises 95% efficiency
Intersil Corp. has unveiled the ISL8009A, an ultra-small, high-efficiency synchronous buck regulator that saves space and offers improved efficiency for a broad range of applications.
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