Non-Isolated Buck-Boost Converter

(ACTIVE) PMP7851

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Description

This is a non-isolated, buck-boost converter circuit with an input voltage range of 30V-to-60Vin and a regulated output at 50Vout @ 3A.

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Parametrics
 PMP7851.1
(Output Voltage 1)
Vin (Min) (V)30
Vin (Max) (V)60
Vout (Nom) (V)50
Iout (Max) (A)3
Output Power (W)150
Isolated/Non-IsolatedNon-Isolated
Input TypeDC
TopologyBuck Boost- 2 Switch

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LM5118  3-75V Wide Vin, Current Mode Non-Synchronous Buck-Boost Controller  Buck-boost & inverting  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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PDF 1238 01 Apr 2013 4
Design files (2)
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PDF 99 01 Apr 2013 4
PDF 98 01 Apr 2013 18

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