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Solutions Search - µModule Buck-Boost Regulators

Electrolytic Capacitor-Based Data Backup Power Solution for a 12V System Regulated from 5V to 36V Input

Victor Khasiev - Applications Engineer Jul 5th 2016
Design Note 553: Introduction Data loss is a concern in telecom, industrial and automotive applications where embedded systems depend on a consistent supply of power. Sudden power interruptions can corrupt data during read and write operations for hard drives and flash memory. Often, embedded systems need just 10ms to 50ms ...

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Signal Level Shifting with μModule Regulator for Positive-to-Negative Inverting Appliications

Sam Young - Applications Engineer Sep 3rd 2015
Introduction Linear μModule regulators are perfect for point-of-load supplies because their easy-to-drop-in, compact, all-in-one design. They fit tight spaces with minimal engineering effort—only a few components are required in addition to the µModule package itself. Any step-down µModule ...

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36V Input, 8.5A Buck-Boost μModule Regulator Easily Parallels for Increased Power

Andy Radosevich - Applications Engineer Jun 16th 2015
Design Note DN540: Introduction The LTM®8055 is a buck-boost μModule® regulator with a 5V to 36V input range that can be easily paralleled to extend load current capability. Its 4-switch buck-boost topology features high efficiency while allowing the input voltage to be below, at or above the output—with smooth ...

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Buck-Boost μModule Regulator's External Current Sense Resistor For Paralleling ICs, Current Sharing and Overcurrent Protection

Kevin B. Scott - Senior Strategic Marketing Engineer Mar 17th 2015
Linear Technology's µModule 4-switch buck-boost regulators provide an integrated, high-efficiency solution for applications where the input voltage can be either above or below the desired output voltage. These fixed frequency, current mode devices require only a few external components to provide a minimal design ...

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TechClip Videos – Real, Repeatable Performance

Willie Chan - Sr PME Power Modules Jun 23rd 2014
With the advent of internet services like YouTube, product videos have become an important means for manufacturers to demonstrate the capabilities of their wares to customers, consumers and businesses alike. However, much like the products themselves, the quality and content of all product videos is not the same. Inspired by ...

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