LT3791IFE-1#PBF - 

PWM Controller Buck-Boost, 700 kHz, 10A out, TSSOP-38

LT3791IFE-1#PBF - PWM Controller Buck-Boost, 700 kHz, 10A out, TSSOP-38

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The LT3791IFE-1#PBF is a 4-switch synchronous buck-boost Voltage/Current Regulator Controller can regulates output voltage, output current, or input current with input voltages above, below, or equal to the output voltage. The constant-frequency, current-mode architecture allows its frequency to be adjusted or synchronized from 200 to 700kHz. No top FET refresh switching cycle is needed in buck or boost operation. With 60V input, 60V output capability and seamless transitions between operating regions, the LT3791-1 is ideal for voltage regulator, battery/super-capacitor charger applications. It provides input current monitor, output current monitor and various status flags, such as C/10 charge termination and shorted output flag.
  • Input and output current regulation with current monitor outputs
  • No top FET refresh in buck or boost
  • VOUT Disconnected from VIN during shutdown
  • C/10 Charge termination and output shorted flags
  • Capable of 100W or greater per IC


Automotive, Communications & Networking, Power Management, Industrial

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