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LP3925: max programable voltage and max output curent of each channel

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Part Number: LP3925

Can Bucks and LDOs of this part be set to 3.3Vout ?  

We would like to know max programable voltage and max output curent of each channel

Buck1-3    

LDO1-10

WLDO1-3

regards,

6 Replies

  • Hi Kura,

    I will look into this and provide you with feedback as soon as possible.

    -Raymundo Hernandez-Toscano
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    In reply to Raymundo Hernandez-Toscano:

    Raymundo-san
    Thank you for your reply.
    Any update for this ?
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    In reply to kura:

    Raymundo-san

    Thank you for your support.

    I found current information in datasheet like below.
    Please let us know programable voltage range of each channel.

    Buck1: 800 mA?(this description is at only Page1 FEATURES)
    Buck2: 800 mA?(this description is at only Page1 FEATURES)
    Buck3: 800 mA?(this description is at only Page1 FEATURES)
    LDO1: 300mA
    LDO2: 300mA
    LDO3: 300mA
    LDO4: 80mA
    LDO5: 300mA
    LDO6: 300mA
    LDO7: 300mA
    LDO8: 80mA
    LDO9: 300mA
    LDO10: 300mA
    WLDO1: 300mA
    WLDO2: 300mA
    WLDO3: 300mA

    Regards,
  • In reply to kura:

    Hi Kura,

    I am having a hard time tracking down this information for you. However, I can confirm that all three of the Bucks can support 800mA and that the current capabilities of the WLDOs and general LDOs are correct. I will continue to search for this and will provide the information when available. I do apologize for the delay.

    -Raymundo Hernandez-Toscano
  • In reply to kura:

    Hi Kura,

    Could you please start a private message so I can provide you with the information you requested?

    -Raymundo Hernandez-Toscano
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    In reply to Raymundo Hernandez-Toscano:

    Raymundo-san

    Thank you for your support.
    I accepted your request.

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