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ANALOG DEVICES INC. LTC7818 Triple Output Synchronous Controller | Featured Product Spotlight

November 10, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

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ANALOG DEVICES INC. LTC7818 Triple Output Synchronous Controller | Featured Product Spotlight

Analog Devices’ LTC7818 is a high performance triple output, dual buck and single boost, synchronous DC-to-DC switching regulator controller that drives all N-channel power MOSFET stages. 

Its constant-frequency current mode architecture allows a phase-lockable switching frequency of up to 3MHz. The LTC7818 operates from a wide 4.5V to 40V input supply range. 

When biased from the output of the boost converter or another auxiliary supply, the LTC7818 can operate from an input supply as low as 1V after start-up. 

The LTC7818 synchronous boost PassThru capability minimizes losses in automotive start-stop applications. OPTI-LOOP® compensation allows the transient response to be optimized over a wide range of output capacitance and ESR values.  

The very low no-load quiescent current extends operating run time in battery powered systems.

The LTC7818 features a precision 0.8V reference for the bucks, 1.2V reference for the boost and a power good output indicator. Housed in a small 40-lead 6 by 6 mm QFN package, the LTC8718 is ideal for automotive, industrial, and military systems. 

For more information on Analog Devices’ LTC7818 Triple Output Synchronous Controllers, visit Mouser.com.

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