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42V, 3.5A-out buck regulator operates at 175°C ambient

42V, 3.5A-out buck regulator operates at 175°C ambient

LT8610AX is a 3.5A, 42V input-capable synchronous step-down switching regulator, which operates in ambient temperatures up to 175°C. Synchronous rectification delivers efficiency as high as 95% while Burst Mode operation keeps quiescent current under 3.5 µA in no-load standby conditions.

The device’s 3.7V to 42V input voltage range is suitable for high temperature applications such as down-hole drilling equipment with power sources ranging from 5V to 40V. The LT8610AX’s electrical parameters are 100% tested at 175°C, offering a VREF accuracy of 2% over the entire -40°C to 175°C temperature range.

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