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MCP1612 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and in the case of the DFN, thermally enhanced. Because the power FET and synchronous FET are integrated, minimal external components are required. Likewise, due to the high switching frequency, the requisite external inductor and capacitor can be minimized. Since the output voltage is adjustable...
MCP16323 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided internal compensation, peak current limit, VOUT overvoltage protection and overtemperature protection. Minimal external components are necessary to develop a complete synchronous step-down DC-DC converter power supply. Up to 95% Typical Efficiency. Input Voltage Range: 6.0V to 18V. 3A Output Current. Fixed...
MCP16321 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided internal compensation, peak current limit, VOUT overvoltage protection and overtemperature protection. Minimal external components are necessary to develop a complete synchronous step-down DC-DC converter power supply. Up to 95% Typical Efficiency. Input Voltage Range: 6.0V to 24V. 1A Output Current...

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  • 2Pro Protects Low-Power Systems Application Note (.pdf)
    Lightning, inductive load switching, or capacitor bank switching may cause transient overvoltage conditions in AC line voltage applications such as white goods and appliances. Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) are typically used for transient overvoltage suppression in AC line voltage applications
  • Designing with Thermally Protected TMOV Varistors in TVSS Applications (.pdf)
    Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) are commonly used to suppress transients in many applications such as: Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS), Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), AC Power Taps, AC Power Meters or other products. Lightning, inductive load switching, or capacitor bank switching
  • Shunt Regulator Operation (.pdf)
    the system and charges the capacitor in the power supply. above its normal energy level. The shunt regulator operates by sensing the voltage level. of the supply, and in the event the voltage level rises above a pre-set threshold, the shunt. regulator switches on a resistor to ground that dissipates

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