Slew rate has become a confusing spec as different development groups treat it differently. Here's an accurate approach to slew rates in large signal step responses.
Linear Technology's LT8614 has low minimum on-time of 30ns that enables large step-down ratios even at high switching frequencies.
A designer needs to consider parasitic capacitance and inductance associated with each op amp terminal and the nature of the load.
Current sense voltage can be amplified by a low-voltage operational amplifier, which is useful for protecting your applications.
The LT8630 features internal high efficiency switches that can deliver up to 600mA of continuous output current to voltages as low as 0.8V.
The LTC3126’s 0.818V to VIN output voltage are suited for applications which must regulate through cold-crank, load dump and stop-start scenarios.
DC2459A is a complete redesign of the original demonstration circuit.
The LTM2889 separates grounds by isolating the CAN transceiver using internal inductive isolation.
The MGJ6 series has characterised partial discharge performance, crucial to achieving a long service life in high-performance applications.
The 800V CoolMOS P7 series offers up to 0.6% efficiency gain, which translates into 2°C to 8°C lower MOSFET temperature.