Linear Technology unveiled the LT3694, a 2.6A, 36V step-down switching regulator with dual linear controllers. The LT3694 operates from a VIN range of 4V to 36V with transient protection to 70V, making it ideal for load dump and cold-crank conditions found in automotive applications. Its internal 3.5A switch can deliver up to 2.6A of continuous output current at voltages as low as 0.75V.
2.6A output switching regulator with internal power switch Dual, low dropout, linear regulator
controllers with programmable current
limit Tracking/soft-start inputs &
power good output simplify soft-start
and supply sequencing Uses small inductors and ceramic capacitors Adjustable 250kHz to 2.5MHz
switching frequency Accurate enable threshold allows
lockout Options for clock synchronization
(LT3694) or clock output to
enable synchronization to other
switching regulators (LT3694-1).
Availability: Packaged in thermally enhanced 28-lead 4mm x 5mm QFN & 20-Lead TSSOP Packages, the LT3694 is available in volume quantities now. Pricing: From $4 each, 1,000-unit volumes.
For more information, please visit . Linear’s LT3694 product page
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