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Linear Technology's LTC4365 reverse protection controller

9/13/2010 09:06 PM EDT
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re: Linear Technology's LTC4365 reverse protection controller
Sensorguy_0623   9/29/2010 4:57:50 PM
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Great idea. I have used the similar part LTC4357. Eliminating the heat in the polarity protection diode for systems that draw several amps can make this a worthwhile addition to a design even if you don't need the other features. It can remove the need for a heatsink.

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