13.2V to 36V, Wide Input, 10V/4A Output Synchronous Buck Reference Design with LM3150


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PMP10668 is synchronous buck solution which accepts an input voltage of 13.2V to 36Vin and provides a 10V output capable of supplying continuous 4A and transient 10A of current to the load. With COT control, no loop compensation circuit needed and could get good load transient performance. Synchronous grants the high efficiency. This reference design could be used for high power and the requirements of load transient in applications such as a ginbal motor.

  • COT control, no loop compensation needed
  • Good load transient performance
  • 13.2V to 36V Wide Vin, supporting up to 10A transient
  • Synchronous solutions, high efficiency
  • Ease of use
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Buck controllers (external switch)

LM31506V to 42V Synchronous Step-Down Controller with Adjustable Output Voltage

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N-channel MOSFETs

CSD88537ND60-V, N channel NexFET™ power MOSFET, dual SO-8, 15 mOhm

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Test report PMP10668 Test Results Aug. 04, 2015

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