Six output DC/DC µModule regulator for extreme temperatures
The LTM8008 includes a 3V to 72V input SEPIC converter and six linear regulators, housed in a small 15mm x 15mm x 2.82mm LGA package. The chip regulates a 3V to 72V input supply to 5.6V output with an onboard SEPIC converter with buck and boost conversion capability. This 5.6V, in return, powers six linear regulators to generate five 5V rails and one 3.3V rail with output currents ranging from 150mA to 500mA.
The device features programmable operating frequency from 100kHz to 1MHz and programmable soft-start. It is available in a 15mm x 15mm x 2.82mm LGA package. The LTM8008 is rated for operation over extreme temperatures from -40ºC to 150ºC. All versions are available from stock.
For more information, visit www.linear.com/8008.
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