LT8610AEMSE-3.3#PBF - 

Synchronous Buck (Step Down) Switching Regulator, Fixed, 3.4V-42V In, 3.3V And 3.5A Out, MSOP-16

LT8610AEMSE-3.3#PBF - Synchronous Buck (Step Down) Switching Regulator, Fixed, 3.4V-42V In, 3.3V And 3.5A Out, MSOP-16

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The LT8610AEMSE-3.3#PBF is a synchronous step-down Switching Regulator with 2.5µA quiescent current. Compared to the LT8610, they have higher maximum output currents of 3.5A and a faster minimum switch-ON time of 30ns. The LT8610A has the same low ripple burst mode performance of the LT8610. The other features of the LT8610 remain unchanged in the LT8610A series. A SYNC pin allows synchronization to an external clock. The EN/UV pin has an accurate 1V threshold for VIN undervoltage lockout or shut down. A capacitor on the TR/SS pin programs the output voltage ramp rate during startup. The PG flag signals when VOUT is within ±9% of the programmed output voltage as well as fault conditions.
  • Ultralow quiescent current Burst Mode® operation
  • Safely tolerates inductor saturation in overload
  • Accurate 1V enable pin threshold
  • Output soft-start and tracking


Automotive, Industrial, Power Management

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Synchronous Buck (Step Down)
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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