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Re: ATI2202
annawood   7/18/2014 4:12:57 AM
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Re: ATI2202
zeeglen   7/15/2014 9:03:05 AM
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Huh?

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ATI2202
annawood   7/15/2014 3:09:27 AM
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340 kHz fixed frequency PWM synchronous step-down regulator

 

Operated from 4.75V to 18V

 

The generated output is adjustable from 0.923V to 0.9Vin

 

The output current can be up to 2A.

1. Input Voltage Range: 4.75V ~ 18V

2. Output Voltage Adjustable Range: 0.923V ~ 0.9Vin

3. Output Current up to 2A

4. Efficiency up to 93%

5. Programmable Soft Start

6. Over Current Protection

7. Over Temperature Protection

8. RoHS Compliant and 100% Lead (Pb) Free

9. Fixed Frequency: 340 kHz

http://www.analogti.com/ati2202.html



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