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posted in August 2010
Is there a future for hybrid vehicles? Part 1
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8/31/2010   85 comments
"Conservation of energy" and economics could preclude wider acceptance of these cars.
2A, 42V boost converter offered in automotive, military temperature grades
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8/31/2010   Post a comment
For applications in extreme ambient temperatures, Linear Technology has created "H-grade" and "MP-grade" versions of the LT3580, a current-mode, fixed frequency step-up DC/DC converter with internal 2A, 42V switch. The device operates from an input voltage range of 2.5V to 32V, making it suitable for applications with input sources ranging from a single-cell Li-Ion to automotive inputs.


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