• LT8361 efficiency

    I'm testing the circuit from this article:


    Figure 8, 24V SEPIC converter. I'm powering the circuit from…

  • 100V with LT8361

    Hello All.

    I am trying to generate 100V with LT8361 and was looking into the circuits and design recommendations. I simulated the circuit given on page number 23 under "450kHz, 5V to 60V Input, 80V Boost Converter", using LTSpice. It generates 80 Volts…

  • LT8361 vs LT8331

    At the moment I have designed a board using the LT8361 but am limited by the max voltage of the internal switch. (100V)
    The pin compatible LT8331 has the ideal switch voltage but doesn't go fast enough. Dilemma !
    My application only needs to supply 20mA…

  • LT8361 controll SS pin

    Dear all,

    is it possible to control the SS pin with DAC voltage ( 0-3.3V) trough 15kOhm resistor in order to limit the output current of the boost converter?

    We want tho charge approx.  300uF capacitor  over some time (15ms) and we want to do the charging…

  • Boost use of LT8361 and LT8364.

    Dear EngineerZone comunity,

    I have problem to undestand the application notes of LT8361 and LT8364

    http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/lt8361.pdf page 14

    "It is recommended to choose a ∆ISW of approximately 0.75A"…

  • Output variation according to temperature on LT8361

    Hi, everyone.

    When I checked the data sheet of LT8361, I couldn't find the accuracy or draft factor in output voltage according to temperature.

    Does anyone know about this specification?

    According to LT simulation, there was a 0.1% change between…

  • LT8361 +24V to -15V Inverting converter


    I'm working on a inverting converter 24Vdc to -15Vdc, I meet some trouble on starting.

    Internal mosfet didn't switch and SW voltage stay to Vin.

    A first mistake was detected on Bias pin where it connected to Vout. However after modification…

  • LT8361 as supply for vintage valve radios

    I have been tasked with developing a compact HT battery eliminator which will generate up to 90V at no more than 10 mA from a 12V battery pack.
    The idea is to have switchable values for R1, R2 to allow the pack to generate a the variety of output volt…

  • LT8361/LT3862 for 12V to -33V@200mA

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I can see that the LT8361 has an example for 12V to -48V@290mA (page 25).

    The LT8362 looks similar except for lower SW voltage but has a better package. 

    How do I determine if the LT8362 is suitable for my application?

    Regards Joe

  • LT8361 20mA current consumption instead of microamps.

    Dear EngineerZone comunity,

    I have problem with low power DC-DC convertor LT8361.

    I use schematic - "450kHz, 5V to 60V Input, 80V Boost Converter" page23 for the positive 5V to 96V converter and

    schematic - "450kHz, 4.5V to 12V Input, –150V…