Santa Clara, Calif. - National Semiconductor Corp. has designed its LM5000 high-input-voltage regulator and LM5030 current-mode PWM controller in analog bipolar CMOS DMOS (ABCD) technology for next-generation communications system requirements.
The LM5000 is a current-mode, pulse-width modulation regulator with user-selectable operating frequency (300, 600 or 700 kHz, or 1.25 MHz) that operates from a 3.1- to 40-volt input for a variety of applications in telecom and networking. The regulator's output transistor is rated at 80 V and for as much as 2-amp peak service.
In lots of 1,000, the LM5000, in a TSS
OP-16 or LLP-14 package, is priced at $2 each. The LM5030 comes in an MSOP-10 or LLP-10 package and is priced at $1.85 each in the same quantities.
Call (408) 721-5000