Part Number: LM26420 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62442 , TPS62865
1. As mentioned title, Can I combine 2 output for large current up to 4A?
Currently the customer are using LM26420 3 points for their system. but in case of 3.3V, they…
Part Number: LM26420-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM26420LM26420-Q1.
Our product uses two LM26420-Q1. When we separately measure the static current of LM26420-Q1, the sum of the static current of VINC and VIND is 24mA, which is basically close…
Part Number: LM26420 Hi,
I am working on board in which we have used LM26420 for 3.3V and 1.8V output with 5V input, the circuit is shown below
I am getting no output from 3.3V and therefore the 1.8V is also not working.
Also, if I measure with oscilloscope…
Part Number: LM26420 Ladies and gentlemen,
I'm currently using LM26420Q1 in my design and wondering if I can parallel the outputs of the same output voltage to have higher current output to the load. My intention was using 2 separate but the same value…
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Part Number: LM26420-Q1 Thanks for your support
After the chip returned to normal temperature after a low temperature test, the chip failed.
The output voltage is less than 100mV.
The resistance between sw to GND is 5 ohm.
We guess the lower MOS is short…
Part Number: LM26420 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62442
I am using a Dual buck converter IC LM26420YMH/NOPB to get 3.3V and 1.2V DC from 5VDC input.
3.3V & 1.2VDC The output looks unhealthy,
Initially, Outputs are varying random…