Part Number: LM76003-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM76002-Q1 , , LM5576 May I know does the Does the LM76003-Q1 and LM76002-Q1 pass ISO7637 test? Could you share the test report?
We would design in dashcam application. The input voltage may have…
Part Number: LM76002 Hi Team,
Is the PSpice model on the LM76002 product folder properly modeled for AC analysis?
My customer is having difficulty trying to match the analysis they see on the WebBench simulator.
Part Number: LM76002-Q1 Hello Experts, My customer would like to know the loop response of very low load current such as 10mA. I did Webench but Webench cannot simulate the loop response when Iload set less than 0.5A. Do you have any idea to simulate such…
Part Number: LM76002 The datasheet says that drawing current from the VCC pin is "not recommended" but are there any guidelines on whether a small amount of current might be acceptable? I am looking to provide 3.3V to a microcontroller. Exact…
Part Number: LM76002 Hi support team.
I am considering to add the external precision short protection circuit.
I would like to further reduce the loss when short condition occurs.
Please refer to attached file.
Will it be possible?
I would appreciate…
Part Number: LM76002 Hello,
my Customer would like to know this device available to use their condition below.
Webebnch shows us simulation result of 73.13 deg of phase margin with Fsw=500kHz. In this situation, switching…
Part Number: LM76002 Our project plan uses LM76002 as the main buck. Because our project very cares light load current. Specification show recommends Rfb is 100K, We want to change to 1M.
We want to confirm how large resistor can be used.
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Customer would like to use the output of the LM76002 (Vin= 24V) in an Oring configuration with 48V source. When the 48V is present the LM76002 will see 48V on the output and will turn off. Two questions.
Can the LM76002 withstand…
Part Number: LM76002-Q1 Hello,
we are using the LM76002-Q1 in an automotive USB charger.
Has a reference design with this device been tested according to ISO7637-2 by TI? Does a reverse polarity protection diode suffice to reach ISO Pulse immunity Level…