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LM73606-Q1: LM73606-Q1R information on light-storm withstand

Part Number: LM73606-Q1
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM76003-Q1, LMR36006, LM76003

 the LM73606-Q1 information on light-storm withstand.

the  LM36006 is used on design, but lightning residual voltage is more than 40V noted on absolute value.   we expect between 50-60V spike  ( 8/50µs ).

could you give help to analyze this.

note . there are LM76003-Q1 - 60V 3.5A/2.5A Synchronous Voltage Regulator BUT NOT IN STOCK


  • Hello

    As long as your spike voltage is below the absolute maximum rating of the regulator, then you should be safe.

    If your maximum spike voltage is 60V, then a device with an absolute maximum rating of 60V or above would be OK.

    The LM76003 has an absolute rating of 65V, while the LMR36006 has a rating of 66V.  Both devices are OK for a spike

    voltage of 60V.