• LT8613 control loop stability

    According the block diagram the error amplifier is compensated internally (PI-type regulator based on the shown RC-element).

    Almost all design examples in the datasheet shows 100uF capacitance on the output. Sometimes (at lower output voltages 200uF are…

  • LT8613 input protection on EN/UV pin

    Does the LT8613 have any input protection diodes on the EN/UV pin? I see in the datasheet that the absolute maximum rating for this pin is 42 V, but can this voltage be exceeded if current is limited? If there are protection diodes, how are they implemented…

  • LT8613 max output voltage


    We are uing LT8613 chip, input voltage is 24V, output max current is 2A. My question is that, how much the max output votlage is?

    Best Regards,


  • LT8613 Power Good output when outputting negative voltage


    I am running the LT8613 as a -5V regulator.  This function works fine, however the Power Good flag is at -3.6V. 

    Is there a good way to get this to a 0V (low) and 3.3V(high) logic level? 


  • Lt8613 parallel application

    Hi All,

    I`m Giacomo. I kindly would know if two or more parallel LT8613 switching regulators could be implemented together for providing higher power and if so, are there any problems with this configuration? Which type of precautions do I have to consider…

  • LT8613 is AEC-Q100 qualified?


    just wanted to ask, the LT8613 is based on the AEC-Q100 qualification standard?

    Thanks in advance

  • LT8613 op-amp at ICNTL pin

    In the LT8613 block diagram, may I know why the op amp have three input ?

  • RE: Small output current jump on LT8613 demo board (DC2011A)

    Hi Mr.GWL,

    You can let LT8613 sense current at diode cathode side. Please connect to a local ADI FAE for further support.

  • RE: LT8613 Enable delay

    On LT8613 standard demo board, the delay from EN high to LT8613 starting switching (VOUT start to ramp-up) usually is less than a couple hundreds of microseconds.

  • LT8613 slope compensation, always active or not?

    I have a design with a LT8613 where a MCU controls the output voltage through the tracking input; this works very nicely, but the design suffers from subharmonic oscillations. Fortunately the load is known and I was able to tune it out with the phase…