Buck-boost & inverting controllers (external switch)
A broad and industry-leading portfolio of wide input voltage and high-power buck-boost and SEPIC controllers
Our portfolio of buck-boost and SEPIC controllers is designed to reduce the need for protection components through wide voltage input ranges, minimize battery draw with low quiescent current and high light-load efficiency, and mitigate noise and EMI in rugged environments, such as automotive and industrial systems.
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Four-switch buck-boost controller
Four switches for maximum efficiency under all load conditions and medium-to-high power requirements.
Two-switch buck-boost controller
Two switches and two rectifier diodes for simplicity and low-to-medium power requirements.
One switch plus rectifier diode and two inductors for cost effectiveness and low-power requirements.
Bidirectional controller to boost in one and buck in the other direction
Adjusting VOUT in USB Type-C™ and wireless charging applications, part 1
Learn how to use switched resistors in your four-switch buck-boost controller design to implement dynamic output voltage adjustment.
LM5176 Power Sharing Between Two Parallel, Four-Switch Buck-Boost Converters
Learn how to support several hundreds of watts of output power by placing two four-switch buck-boost controllers in parallel.
Bridging 12 V and 48 V in dual-battery automotive systems
A discussion around the requirements of a 12-V and 48-V system, as well as introduction to an innovative average current-mode control scheme, featuring the LM5170-Q1 bidirectional buck-boost controller.
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