Part Number: LMR38020-Q1 Hi,
I have using LMR38020-Q1 for Step down the voltage. im facing the issue in current consume without load 10mA.
kindly suggest to achieve <2mA.
Below mentioned is configuration.
Inpunt voltage: 6 to 70V
Nominal: 12V or…
Part Number: LMR38020 Hello,
I am planning on using the LMR38020 to convert 12V to 3.3, 2.5 and 1.1V. The webbench tool does not allow you to go lower than 3.3V even though the data sheet says the part can go down to 1V on Vout. I hand calculated the…
Part Number: LMR38020 Hello-
I am designing a power supply around the LMR38020. The specifications that led to the selection of this part are:
Input voltage range: 9VDC-36VDC (typical), 70VDC (absolute maximum peak during certain transient tests).
Part Number: LMR38020-Q1 Dear,
I am interesting by the part LMR38020-Q1. I saw your interesting design on the datasheet.
We are able to manufacture our own prototype. Could it be possible to obtain the dxf file to make the circuit?
Thank you in advance…
Part Number: LMR38020 Hello. I have an inquiry while using LMR38020. Can the input voltage be lower than the output voltage as indicated in the heading? The system is currently using 7.5V to 50V. The output voltage is set to 8.5 volts and used. When the 7…
Part Number: LMR38020-Q1 Hello team,
I'm looking at a design for customer to use the FPWM version of LMR38020-Q1 (LMR38020FSQDDARQ1). I see the EVM is populated with the PFM version. Are there any changes needed to be made on the EVM board to use FPWM…
Part Number: LMR38020 Hi team,
My customer is using our LMR38020FSDDAR.
Is this device work in auto mode? When load is heavy is PWM, and when load is light, it automatically change to PFM?
Sorry for responding late, 48V to 2.5V can meet Ton-min spec (131ns max) that Fsw will foldback.
As you said it need increase the output voltage or decrease the Fsw you set to keep Fsw same.