• RE: Best product choice for capacitor charging?

    Hi,

    Please consider the LT3750 or the LT3751. The LT3751 is the newer part with additional protection features.

  • Need to charge a capacitor to 2kV, how can I use LT3751?

    I'm trying to build a flyback circuit that can charge to 2000V, I don't have a charge time specific requirement. But I wanna control the output voltage to charge to 2000V exactly. Is that possible with LT3751?

  • RE: LT3751 - Pin DONE

    The LT3751 changes the state of the DONE\ pin when target output voltage is reached. 

  • RE: Charging 400V, 4mF capacitor bank using LT3751?

    Hello 

    Based on the given requirements LT3751 can be used

    Regards,

    Mikee

  • LTC2943 + LT3751

    Hi,

    My application uses the LT3751 capacitor charger powered by 8 NMH AA batteries (2.4Ah) connected in series and I need to incorporate a fuel gauge to measure the remaining voltage in the batteries, I planned to use the LTC2943 but I have doubts regarding…

  • LT3751 troubleshooting

    I have an LT3751 set up as a boost regulator per the datasheet recommended circuit. Using the Coilcraft transformer.  Output is scaled to 280V nominal output. I'm seeing no switching at the transformer input N channel drain terminal on power up.  The…

  • Lt375x At Higher Voltage

    Hi,

    What is the approach for using the LT3750 or the LT3751 devices with a charge voltage of 2000V?

    Regards

    Tom

  • LT375x Higher Voltage

    Hi,

    What is the approach for using the LT3750 or the LT3751 devices with a charge voltage of 2000V?

    Regards

    Tom

  • RE: Boost Regulator

    The LT3751 is the capacitor charger, it cannot be used in 4 kW converter application. Please contact local FAE customer support office.