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LTM8053 – 40VIN, 3.5A/6A Step-Down μModule Regulator

LTM8053 – 40VIN, 3.5A/6A Step-Down μModule Regulator

The LTM8053 is a 40VIN, 3.5A (continuous) step-down μModule regulator. Included in the package are the switching controller, power switches, inductor, and all support components. Operating over an input voltage range of 3.4V to 40V, the LTM8053 supports an output voltage range of 0.97V to 15V and a switching frequency range of 200kHz to 3MHz, each set by a single resistor. Only the input and output filter capacitors are needed to finish the design

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