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.
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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…
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…
Part Number: LM2623 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61021A
My customer is finding out the boost converter solution (FY18 portable medical) for:
Vin=0.9~1.5V (Alkaline x 1)
One candidate is LM2623 , but I have two concerns…
Part Number: LM2623 Hi Team,
Our customer would like to know the behavior of LM2623ALD when VDD is less than 0.8V(VIN_OP).
Could you please let us know if you have any information?
If VDD is less than 0.8V(VIN_OP), Does this device stop switching…
The LM2623 should work in this application; although I do not know of anyone who has tested it.
Be careful about the maximum input voltage on the gate of Q1. The abs max on the LM2623 EN pin is 10V; so
it can be connected to Vin if that restriction is…