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High Efficiency Dual 13A or Single 26A µModule Regulator

Linear Technology’s LTM®4620 uses a proprietary lead frame design to package high power regulators into a very small form factor with effective thermal conduction through the top and bottom of the µmodule product. The device can be connected in parallel to support higher current applications with very accurate current sharing between the channels.
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