12Vin+/-10%, 5Vout @ 0.3A Fly-Buck Converter - Reference Design

(ACTIVE) PMP9354

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Description

The PMP9354 is a Fly-Buck converter that accepts an input voltage of 12V +/-10% and outputs 5V capable of providing 0.3A of current to the load.

Features
  • 10.8V to 13.2V in, 5Vout @ 0.3A out (IC capable of 7.5V to 100V input)
  • 1.5W output power
  • Peak efficiency of 83%
  • Does not use opto isolator
  • Low BOM count
  • Multi-output capable
  • Copper thickness: 1oz, 0.5oz, 0.5oz, 1oz
  • Board size: 2” x 2.7”

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Parametrics
 PMP9354.1
(Output Voltage 1)
Vin (Min) (V)10.8
Vin (Max) (V)13.2
Vout (Nom) (V)5
Iout (Max) (A).3
Output Power (W)1.5
Isolated/Non-IsolatedIsolated
Input TypeDC
TopologyFlybuck

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
LM5017  7.5-100V Wide Vin, 600mA Constant On-Time Synchronous Buck Regulator  Step-Down (Buck)  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1092 30 Jan 2015 8
Design files (5)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 207 30 Jan 2015 5
ZIP 382 30 Jan 2015 4
PDF 993 30 Jan 2015 4
PDF 99 30 Jan 2015 6
PDF 267 30 Jan 2015 8


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