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Nov 23

IRDC3894 DC/DC SMPS : 1.2V @ 12A, 12V in

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Click On Preview Summary The IR3894 is a synchronous buck converter, providing a compact, high performance and flexible solution in a small 5mm X 6 mm Power QFN package. Key features offered by the IR3894 include internal digital soft start/soft stop, precision 0.5 V reference voltage, Power Good, thermal protection, programmable switching frequency, enable input, …

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Nov 12

IRDC3477 DC/DC SMPS : 1.05V @ 15A, 8 ~ 19V in

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Click On Preview Summary The IR3477 SupIRBuckTM is an easy-to-use, fully integrated and highly efficient DC/DC voltage regulator. The onboard constant on time hysteretic controller and MOSFETs make IR3477 a space-efficient solution that delivers up to 15 A of precisely controlled output voltage. IR3477 is housed in a 20-lead 5mmx6mm QFN package. Key features offered …

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Oct 21

IRDC3847-P1V2 DC/DC SMPS : 1.2V @ 25A, 12V in

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Click On Preview Summary The IR3847 is a synchronous buck converter, providing a compact, high performance and flexible solution in a small 5mmx6mm QFN package. Key features offered by the IR3847 include internal Digital Soft Start, precision 0.6V reference voltage, Power Good, thermal protection, programmable switching frequency, Enable input, input under-voltage lockout for proper start-up, …

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Oct 19

IRDC3895 DC/DC SMPS : 1.2V @ 16A, 12Vin, Buck

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Click On Preview Summary The IR3895 is a synchronous buck converter, providing a compact, high performance and flexible solution in a small 5mm X 6 mm Power QFN package. Key features offered by the IR3895 include internal Digital Soft Start/Soft Stop, precision 0.5Vreference voltage, Power Good, thermal protection, programmable switching frequency, Enable input, input under-voltage …

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Oct 19

IRPLPFC1 Power Factor Correction : 90W PFC, 425V Out, 90 ~ 270VAC in

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Click On Preview Summary Many offline applications require power factor correction circuitry in order to minimize transmission line losses and stress on electrical generators and transformers created by high harmonic content and phase shift. Electronic appliances often incorporate switching power supplies (SMPS) which include capacitive filter circuitry followed by a bridge rectifier and bulk capacitor …

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