Part Number: LMR23610-Q1
I am using LMR23610-Q1 as follows:
Vin= 5.5 to 27 V
Fsw= 2 kHz sync with external clock
Iout = 0.4A
Vout = 5.5V
I am worried about what would happen at Vin_min = 5.5V. What would be the Vdrop across the IC and what Vout whould…
Yes you are correct, LMR23610 cannot be configured with 2MHz in Webench because it is only a 400kHz device.
The LMR23610-Q1 however is capable of switching at 2.2MHz, but not with Vin=5.7V and Vout=5V because this would violate the minimum…
Part Number: LMR23610-Q1 Hello, We've been checking the datasheet and it seems that there is no mention of overvoltage protection. Can you please confirm if there's some sort of overvoltage protection included in the device? The customer will be subjecting…
Part Number: LMR23610-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMR23610 Hello,
I noticed that equation 16 in the datasheet (REVISED APRIL 2017) contains an error 'as I think'
the equation calculates the minimum output capacitor value to have a target…
Part Number: LMR23610-Q1 Hi,
Iam using multiple buck converters in my design for generating different voltages.
Can all these buck converters be operated at the same or different frequencies?
I read that when multiple buck converters are switching at…
Part Number: LMR23610-Q1 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hello Webench team,
I would like to confirm the load transient result when output current slew rate is changed any speed.
However, I don't find any input area for changing slew rate.
Yes according to the datasheet it seems to be ok to keep the EN pin floating.
Another alternative is to use a part where EN can be tied directly to VIN such as
LMR23610-q1 or LM43600-Q1
We are familiar with this type of device and we dont have a direct replacement in our product line but TI has this device which may be of interest www.ti.com/.../lmr23610-q1.pdf
I hope this helps