LM25085AMME/NOPB

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LM25085AMME/NOPB

4.5-42V Wide Vin, Constant On-Time Non-Synchronous PFET Buck Controller with 0.9V Reference

Packaging

Package | PIN: DGK | 8
Temp: Q (-40 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $2.04
10-24 $1.83
25-99 $1.70
100-249 $1.48
250-499 $1.37
500-749 $1.15
750-999 $0.94
1000+ $0.86

Features

  • Wide 4.5V to 42V Input Voltage Range
  • Adjustable Current Limit using RDS(ON) or a Current Sense Resistor
  • Programmable Switching Frequency to 1MHz
  • No Loop Compensation Required
  • Ultra-Fast Transient Response
  • Nearly Constant Operating Frequency with Line and Load Variations
  • Adjustable Output Voltage from 0.9V
  • Precision ±2% Feedback Reference
  • Capable of 100% Duty Cycle Operation
  • Internal Soft-Start Timer
  • Integrated High Voltage Bias Regulator
  • Thermal Shutdown

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Texas Instruments  LM25085AMME/NOPB

The LM25085A is a functional variant of the LM25085 COT PFET Buck Switching Controller. The functional differences of the LM25085A are: The feedback reference voltage is 0.9V, the forced off-time after current limit detection is longer, and the soft-start time is shorter (1.8 ms).

The LM25085A is a high efficiency PFET switching regulator controller that can be used to quickly and easily develop a small, efficient buck regulator for a wide range of applications. This high voltage controller contains a PFET gate driver and a high voltage bias regulator which operates over a wide 4.5V to 42V input range. The constant on-time regulation principle requires no loop compensation, simplifies circuit implementation, and results in ultra-fast load transient response. The operating frequency remains nearly constant with line and load variations due to the inverse relationship between the input voltage and the on-time. The PFET architecture allows 100% duty cycle operation for a low dropout voltage. Either the RDS(ON) of the PFET or an external sense resistor can be used to sense current for over-current detection.