Four-Switch Buck-Boost Converter with Adjustable Output Voltage for Military Radio Applications

(ACTIVE) PMP10612

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Description

The PMP10612 reference design is 4-switch buck-boost converter optimized for military radio applications. The design offers up to 40W output power from 7.5V to 18V input. The design offers an adjustable output voltage range from 5V to 40V, and very low output voltage ripple.

Features
  • Input voltage ranges from 7.5V to 18V
  • Adjustable output voltage from 5V to 40V
  • Up to 40W output power over VIN and VOUT ranges
  • Less then 50mV peak-to-peak output voltage ripple
  • The LM5175 4-switch buck-boost converter provides optimized efficiency
  • The design is built and fully tested, and the schematic, BOM and test reports are included

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
LM5175  42V Wide Vin 4-Switch Synchronous Buck-Boost Controller  Buck/Boost, Inverting or Split-Rail  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
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PDF 3024 10 Apr 2015 367
Design files (3)
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ZIP 286 10 Apr 2015 34
PDF 50 10 Apr 2015 27
PDF 129 10 Apr 2015 96


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