Part Number: LM8364 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3703-Q1 , TPS3700 , LM2903 , LMC6772 , UC3844 , TLV3402 , TLV7042 , LMV393 , ATL432 , ATL432LI , TL432 Hi Team,
I would like to try low power consumption comparator to replace LM2903 DR2G, your nice engineer…
Part Number: LM8364 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TL431 , LM431 , TPS3701 Hello,
We are using LM8364 in a LED driver for AC line under voltage protection, we are trying to pull down the driver IC's supply pin with LM8364's reset pin.
Part Number: LM8364 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3710 , TPS3847 Hi,
Our application requires a UVLO monitoring IC similar to LM8364 but with a wider input voltage range up to 12V or 14V. The threshold we are looking is around 2V.
And also it is mandatory…
Part Number: UCC28180 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8364 , UCC28019A Hello Dear.
I'm using UCC28180D IC for PFC controller.
I would like to add the function of AC under voltage protection(Brown out).
I found the control IC LM8364 but the operating…
Part Number: UC3842 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC24630 , LM2903 , LM8364 Hi Team,
Can I have some classical schematic suggestion for input under/over voltage protection based on UC3842? Tks a lot.
Thanks for your interest in LM5030. I would take a look at using a undervoltage sensing circuit like LM8364 to drive the SS pin. At the input, you can place a pulldown resistor which would trigger the undervoltage and the LM8364 will pull…
Part Number: UCC28911 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8364
Customer will evaluate UCC28911 and have some issue as below:
A. The precision of low voltage protection.
b. The precision of current-limiting protection.
c. The precision of constant…
Yes, UCC28056 has brown-in but does not have brown-out. An external circuit would be required to implement a brownout function. An example can be found in PMP20612 reference design using LM8364: www.ti.com/.../tidrqy2.pdf . You can use this…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8364 , LM8365 Hello,
I need to add a delay to a LM8364 circuit, but I can't spin the PCB. I've found the LM8365 and need to know if the N/C pin (Pin #4) is internally connected. My plan is to modify existing…