If I use the LT8582 in a similar configuration as the design "1.5MHz, 5V to ±12V Boost and Inverting Converter" as shown in the data sheets but I change the output to +/- 13V what will be the effect ?
I have used a LT8582 dc\dc design based upon a design e.g. from the data sheets. Is it possible for an engineer to check \ review my preliminary schematic and PCB layout ?
If I use the LT8582 in a similar configuration as the design "1.5MHz, 5V to ±12V Boost and Inverting Converter" as shown in the data sheets but I wish to get a higher voltage lets say +24V and -21V but keep the Max load current to approx…
For the LT8582 1.5MHz, 5V to ±12V Boost and Inverting Converter implementation in the data sheet that provides MAX TOTAL OUTPUT POWER: 14.4W, is there any reason why the following parts can't be replaced with the smaller footprint equivalents…
Check out LT3471 and LT8582.
Check out the LT8582 datasheet, page 32.
How about LT8582?
Thank you for your reply !
It looks like both ADP5071, LT3471 will not give me as much power as the LT8582
Yes, the output power increases as the input voltage rises, in Boost based applications.
The dual app you're inquiring about uses a Boost and an inverting converters, with different capabilities. Additionally, there is more to just increasing the input…
The PG pin state is invalid with RUN low. I believe the internal VCC LDO does not regulate with RUN low. So, there is no way for PG to be pulled low.
You may be able to use their RUN signal as a pull-up for the PG pin. That way if RUN is low, the PG voltage…