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2006-07-18 Wide input step-down controller suits automotive apps
Linear Tech said its LTC3824 DC/DC controller suits automotive applications where the 4V minimum input voltage supports cold cranking and the 60V maximum input voltage survives inductive load dumps, without the need for external clamping circuits
2013-11-01 TI unveils 20V DC/DC synchronous buck controller
The LM27403 is touted by the firm as the industry's first analogue DC/DC controller with dynamic temperature-compensated inductor current sensing
2005-11-21 Synchronous step-down controller with 95 percent efficiency
Intersil's new synchronous step-down controller integrates a synchronous buck PWM controller, a sourcing and sinking LDO regulator and a 10mA reference output buffer.
2009-06-03 Step-down regulator lowers output capacitance
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX17480, a fixed-frequency, step-down regulator designed specifically for the Advanced Micro Devices Inc. serial VID interface CPU
2005-04-07 Step-down controller with 'excellent' line, load regulation
Linear Tech unveiled a current mode, high voltage step-down controller that promises to provide excellent line and load regulation.
2009-09-21 Step-down controller tailored for Nvidia GPUs
From Maxim Integrated Products comes a single-phase, step-down controller for powering Nvidia GPUs.
2008-04-11 Step-down controller supports wide I/O voltage ratios
Maxim's MAX17024 step-down controller uses the company's constant-on-time, Quick-PWM architecture to support wide I/O voltage ratios and provide top transient response, while maintaining a relatively constant switching frequency.
2008-07-18 Step-down controller rolls for notebook memories
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the MAX17000 Quick-PWM step-down controller for DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory in notebook computers.
2005-12-14 Step-down controller ICs enable flexible voltage conversion
Vishay released two new synchronous buck step-down controller ICs designed to operate with external MOSFETs and a minimum of external components in DC/DC converter circuits that require output currents upwards of 10A.
2009-05-04 Step-down controller handles fast load steps
From Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAX17031 dual, Quick-PWM step-down controller with synchronous rectification specifically intended for generating 5V/3.3V supplies in battery-powered systems.
2006-07-20 Step-down controller draws 80A in sleep mode
Linear said its new controller draws 80A in sleep mode, making it suitable for preserving battery energy in applications where the system remains semi-active when the engine or the power is off
2007-05-17 Step-down controller delivers very low duty cycles
Linear Technology Corp. claims that its LTC3810 high input voltage synchronous step-down switching regulator controller can directly step down voltages from 100V to output voltages ranging from 0.8V to 93 percent of Vin.
2003-12-18 Sipex step-down controllers target 12V apps
Sipex Corp. has introduced two high power, high efficiency, synchronous step-down controllers for 12V applications
2005-01-13 Semtech controller suits telecom, networking systems
Semtech announced recently the availability of a very low input voltage, two-phase synchronous step-down controller with an integrated step-up converter.
2008-08-20 Regulator controller drives n-channel, packs ratiometric tracking
Linear has released the LTC3851, a wide input range synchronous step-down switching regulator controller that drives all N-channel power MOSFET stages and has coincident or ratiometric tracking.
2009-10-29 Power system demonstration kit based on the PM6686 dual step-down controller with adjustable voltages and adjustable LDO
The PM6686 is a dual step-down controller with adjustable output voltages, adjustable LDO and charge pump circuit for notebook power systems.
2003-11-05 ON Semi step-down controller reduces board space
ON Semiconductor has introduced the NCP1651 integrated controller that reduces both part count and overall design costs for power conversion applications such as battery chargers and distributed power systems up to 200W
2002-05-13 ON Semi controller meets VRM 8.5 requirements
The CS5308 two-phase, step-down controller incorporates on-board gate drivers and PowerGood output to provide the necessary control functions required to power high-end desktop PCs and servers adhering to Intel's VRM 8.5 power supply specifications.
2005-08-26 New synchronous step-down controller from Linear Tech
Linear Technology rolled out a synchronous step-down controller with spread spectrum modulation in 3-by-3mm DFN-10 and MSOP-10 packaging options.
2005-04-22 Maxim rolls out step-down controller for AMD products
Maxim Integrated Products has unveiled the MAX8760, a dual-phase, Quick-PWM, step-down controller for AMD 9G and AMD Hammer CPU core supplies.
2004-02-19 Maxim PWM controller provides high efficiency
The MAX1549 PWM step-down controller from Maxim Integrated Products provides high efficiency and good transient response.
2002-05-10 Maxim controller has 3V to 14V input range
The MAX1952 synchronous, current-mode, step-down controller from Maxim Integrated Products has an input range of 3V to 14V, making it suitable for use in 3.3V, 5V, and 12V applications.
2005-12-14 Linear Tech step-down controller powers Sun processors
Linear Technology introduced a PolyPhase synchronous step-down controller with integrated MOSFET drivers and an on-board 5-bit digital interface designed to power Sun Microsystems' new generation of processors.
2002-04-01 Linear Tech step-down controller delivers up to 4A output
Linear Technology's LTC3701 step-down controller converts an input of 2.5V to 9.8V, into two lower output voltages at up to 4A each, making it suitable for use in Fibre Channel boards, notebook PCs, POS terminals, and graphic cards.
2005-09-26 Linear Tech rolls out latest synchronous step-down controller
Linear Technology Corp. rolled out a No RSENSE synchronous step-down controller in a 3-by-3mm DFN-10 (or MSOPE-10).
2002-05-17 Linear Tech controller powers AMD Hammer CPUs
Designed for use in AMD's 64-bit SledgeHammer and ClawHammer CPUs, the LTC3719 synchronous step-down controller integrates four MOSFET drivers that are capable of driving substantial gate capacitance.
2002-05-24 Linear Tech controller has on-chip LDO
The LTC3700 step-down dc/dc controller from Linear Technology Corp. operates up to 94 percent efficiency and includes an on-chip 150mA LDO linear regulator, housed in a 10-lead MSOP casing.
2008-11-14 High-efficiency step-down controller suits 12V adapters
Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc. has developed AAT1185, a single output, step-down controller capable of providing high efficiency power conversion for lower cost 12V adapters.
2009-01-13 Dual-output step-down controller delivers up to 50A
Maxim Integrated Products has released the MAX15034, a high-performance, dual-output, synchronous step-down controller capable of driving external MOSFETs to deliver two 25A outputs or a single 50A output.
2009-01-29 Dual-output controller delivers up to 25A
Maxim Integrated Products has released the MAX15023, a low-cost, dual-output, synchronous step-down controller capable of driving external MOSFETs to deliver at least 12A per output.
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