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LT3971EDD-3.3 - 

Buck (Step Down) Switching Regulator, Fixed, 4.3V-38V In, 3.3V And 1.2A Out, DFN-10

LT3971EDD-3.3 - Buck (Step Down) Switching Regulator, Fixed, 4.3V-38V In, 3.3V And 1.2A Out, DFN-10

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Manufacturer Part No:
LT3971EDD-3.3
Order Code:
2068054
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

The LT3971EDD-3.3 is an adjustable frequency monolithic buck Switching Regulator that accepts a wide input voltage range up to 38V. Low quiescent current design consumes only 2.8µA of supply current while regulating with no load. Low ripple Burst Mode operation maintains high efficiency at low output currents while keeping the output ripple below 15mV in a typical application. An internally compensated current mode topology is used for fast transient response and good loop stability. A high efficiency 0.33R switch is included on the die along with a boost Schottky diode and the necessary oscillator, control and logic circuitry. An accurate 1V threshold enable pin can be used to shut down the LT3971, reducing the input supply current to 700nA. A capacitor on the SS pin provides a controlled inrush current (soft-start). A power good flag signals when VOUT reaches 91% of the programmed output voltage.
  • Fast transient response
  • Power good flag
  • Soft-start capability
  • Internal compensation
  • Accurate 1V enable pin threshold
  • 700nA Low shutdown current

Applications

Automotive, Industrial, Portable Devices, Power Management

Product Information

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Buck (Step Down)
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4.3V
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38V
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DFN
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10Pins
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1.2A
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3.3V
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2MHz
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125°C
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Cut Tape
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-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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