Part Number: LMR33630ADDAEVM Hi Team,
I have a question about LM33630EVM.
Why Vin=24V, Vout=5V/3A. SW spikes are small or even none but vin=8V Vout=5V/3A. SW spikes are bigger.
Could you tell me the reason?
Part Number: LMR33630ADDAEVM Hello team,
I'm testing the EVM mentioned above but I didn't find on the Datasheet the copper layer thickness. Could you please provide this info? Or at least indicate where to find it?
Also, how can I run a thermal…
Part Number: LMR33630ADDAEVM Hello,
Copied circuit of LMR33630A from TI application notes (L is 8.2uH) except we used one 330uF Aluminum Capacitor, one 22uF ceramic one at the output. Feedback Resistors are 100k/24.9k.
Designed 24V in/5v out. Very light…
Part Number: LMR33630 Dear TI,
I am designing an electronic access control system which must provide power to peripherals at 12VDC and, in some cases, 24VDC, with total output current from 0 to 3A. The system is powered from a 32V AC/DC PSU with battery…
You can simulate an input line transient using Webench, I've shared a design with you below:
The best way to test would be to test this on an EVM and see if the output…