LT3973IDD-5#PBF - 

Buck (Step Down) Switching Regulator, Fixed, 4.2V-42V In, 5V And 750mA Out, DFN-10

LT3973IDD-5#PBF - Buck (Step Down) Switching Regulator, Fixed, 4.2V-42V In, 5V And 750mA Out, DFN-10

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Product Overview

The LT3973IDD-5#PBF is an adjustable frequency monolithic buck Switching Regulator that accepts a wide input voltage range up to 42V and consumes only 2.5µA of quiescent current. A high efficiency switch is included on the die along with the catch diode, boost diode and the necessary oscillator, control and logic circuitry. Low ripple Burst Mode operation maintains high efficiency at low output currents while keeping the output ripple below 10mV in a typical application. A minimum dropout voltage of 530mV is maintained when the input voltage drops below the programmed output voltage, such as during automotive cold crank. Current mode topology is used for fast transient response and good loop stability. A catch diode current limit provides protection against shorted outputs and overvoltage conditions, with thermal shutdown providing additional fault protection. An accurate programmable undervoltage lockout feature is available, producing a low shutdown current of 0.75µA.
  • Ultralow quiescent current
  • Integrated boost and catch diodes
  • Excellent start-up and dropout performance
  • Accurate programmable undervoltage lockout
  • Internal catch diode current limit
  • Power good flag
  • Thermal shutdown
  • 0.75µA Low shutdown current


Automotive, Industrial, Power Management

Product Information

Buck (Step Down)
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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