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Do we have a similar solution to replace MP111?
The customer expect 48V/200W or 12V/200W for 10ms
At 200W and 48V you're looking at around 4A of continuous current. With 200W at 12V you're looking at around 17A of continous current. I don't have anything that will delivery 17A of current but we do have options for 4A of current.
My recommendations would be to look at the OPA541, OPA549, or the OPA544 as possible options. The whole list of our power op amps can be found here.
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In reply to Tyler Noyes:
I am looking for solution to replace this one, not sure why you promote OP here
In reply to Kuan Wei Chen (Kevin Chen):
This is the amplifier forum, so Tyler suggested an amplifier. Also, a Google search for "MP111" yields an amplifier as the first choice: https://www.apexanalog.com/products/mp111.html
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