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LINEAR TECHNOLOGY  LTC1516CS8#PBF  DC/DC Fixed Charge Pump Voltage Converter, 2 V to 5 V in, 5 V/50 mA out, SOIC-8

LINEAR TECHNOLOGY LTC1516CS8#PBF
Manufacturer Part No:
LTC1516CS8#PBF
Order Code:
1273878
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The LTC1516CS8#PBF is a micro-power DC/DC charge-pump Converter that produces a regulated 5V output from a 2 to 5V supply. Extremely low supply current and low external parts count make the LTC1516 ideally suited for small, light load battery-powered applications. Typical efficiency exceeds 70% with load currents between 50µA and 50mA. Modulating the SHDN pin keeps the typical efficiency above 70% with load currents all the way down to 10µA. The LTC1516 operates as either doubler or tripler depending on VIN and output load conditions to improve overall efficiency. The part has thermal shutdown and can survive a continuous short from VOUT to GND. In shutdown the load is disconnected from VIN.
  • No inductors
  • Shutdown disconnects load from VIN
  • Compact circuit
  • Short circuit/thermal protection
  • Regulated 5V ±4% output
  • <1µA ICC in shutdown
  • 600kHz Internal oscillator

Product Information

Output Type:
Fixed
Input Voltage Min:
2V
Input Voltage Max:
5V
DC / DC Converter IC Case:
SOIC
No. of Pins:
8Pins
Output Current:
50mA
Fixed Output Voltage Nom.:
5V
Adjustable Output Voltage Min:
-
Adjustable Output Voltage Max:
-
Topology:
Boost (Step Up)
Operating Temperature Max:
70°C
Packaging:
Cut Tape
Product Range:
-
Automotive Qualification Standard:
-
MSL:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
SVHC:
No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)

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Applications

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Communications & Networking
  • Power Management

Legislation and Environmental

Country of Origin:
United States

Country in which last significant manufacturing process was carried out

RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Tariff No:
85423990
Weight (kg):
.031751

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