Part Number: LM5002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5022 , LM5121
I have a boost circuit using LM5002 as shown
I want to put a switching mechanism on the high side, i.e the left of the circuit. This circuit is used in a BMS as…
Part Number: LM5002 Hello guys,
One of my customers is considering using LM5002 or similar device for their new products.
Their requirements about power supply input/output are the follows.
Vin=15V~28V, Vo=24V or 48V, Io=0.1A at both voltages.
Part Number: LM5002 Hi Sir
Is there any concern that if I place the RT resistor far away from the chip?
As you can see from below picture
The resistor is vey close to the white glue which is used to fixed the EC-CAP.
Can I just replacement the resistor…
Part Number: PMP7962
PMP7962 based on LM5001 supports 5V Vin, 80V Vout @ 160mW. Could you please suggest some modification to support:
+40V/-40V (keeping the same power output) none isolated Vout
Will this design work as well with LM5002?
Part Number: LM5002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PMP20183 , TPS55340 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hi.
I have already written about it...
I would like to have a boost power supply with input 3.7 lithium battery (minimimum 3.2V maximum 4.2V) and…
Thanks for the reply.
Yeah that's the comp pin. That noise matches what's on the HV output and proportionally on the FB. The FB gets to about 800mV or so. The LM5002 seems to be trying to turn the switch on and then turns it off immediately…
Part Number: LM5002 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hi!
Picture taken from the LM5002 Datasheet:
When I try to simulate this using Webench Power Designer, it does not recognize this as a valid solution. Any ideas?