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Part Number: LM22675
Customer ran into over current conditions with the LM22675 so they are migrating to the LM22676.
Just wanted to confirm that the only major differences are maximum output current, current limit and FET Rdson.
The devices appear to be functionally equivalent.
Have you considered LM636xx? or LM62440?
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In reply to Marshall_Beck:
Thanks for the reply. The design is done, just ran into a last minute corner case. LM22676 is working well.
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