LM3481 SEPIC Evaluation Board

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The LM3481 SEPIC evaluation board is designed to provide the design engineer with a fully functional power converter solution with two output voltage options. It produces a selectable output voltage of 12 V at 1.25A or 5V at 3A. The switching frequency for the converter is set to 500 kHz. The printed circuit board consists of 2 layers of FR4 material with 2 ounce copper on both layers. This application note contains the evaluation board schematics, Bill-of-Materials (BOM) and a quick setup procedure. Refer to the LM3481 datasheet for complete circuit design information.

Features

5V Output Voltage Option:

  • Input Voltage Range : 4.5V to 25V
  • Output Voltage : 5V ± 2%
  • Output Current : 0A to 3A
  • Switching Frequency : 500 kHz
  • Load Regulation : 0.1%
  • Board Size : 2.4 x 1.8 inches


12V Output Voltage Option:

  • Input Voltage Range : 4.5V to 18V
  • Output Voltage : 12V ± 2%
  • Output Current : 0A to 1.25A
  • Switching Frequency : 500 kHz
  • Load Regulation : 0.1%
  • Board Size : 2.4 x 1.8 inches


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LM3481 SEPIC Evaluation Board

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User guides (1)
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