Part Number: LM2623-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61089 , LMR62014 , TPS61170 Hi,
I am currently using the LM2623-Q1 in one of my design with the following requirements:
- Vin [6;8.4V]
- Vout 12V
- Load: <= 0.4A
I followed the reference design…
Part Number: LM2623 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM51501-Q1 , , TPS61023 , LMR61428
I have a very similar query to an old post which is linked here .
My requirements are for a boost converter that provides up to 400mA at 6V. The minimum input voltage…
Part Number: LM2623-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61378-Q1 , LM2623
I need to generate 8.0V/0.3A output for a 2W speaker driver.
The input is from another buck regulator generating 3.8V ( varies from 3.590V to 3.916V ) from automotive battery…
I'm afraid LM2623-Q1 doesn't have enough current capability to output 7V/1A from minimum 2.8V input voltage. It triggers current limit of typical 2.85A.
TPS61378-Q1 is our newest automotive boost converter. Please take a look at this…
Part Number: LM2623-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM2623 Hey there
A customer is interested in LM2623/Q1 device. He asked me, if the device could be driven with 1,1V to get an output voltage of 9V.
Is there any information how high the output current…
Thanks for the response. When you mentioned " The figure's data keep some margin so the max load current is about 400-600mA ", will we be running into thermal issues or max current capability issues, If our actual load current is around…
Part Number: LM2623-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM2623 Hi team,
Our customer is considering boosting from 5V to 12V.
I think that LM2623-Q1 is also one of the target devices, but there is no efficiency graph for 12V output in the datasheet.
Part Number: LM2623 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: , TPS61230 Hi team,
Is the LM2623 can be used for Vin 3~4.2V and output 4.1V, 1.5A?
I'm not sure that can support 1.5A at 4.1V or not.
Also, another question is that the LM2623-Q1 need VDD= 3~5V…