• RE: Simulating LTC3108 in LTspice

    Please do SYNC RELEASE in LTspice. The model has been updated. Thanks!

    Best Regards,


  • RE: Energy Harvesting using LTC3108

    one can use only with AWR  tool alone

  • Ultra Low Switched Capacitor Pump like LTC3108 LTC1502-3.3


    Is it possible for one of your voltage step-up products to cold start/operate from ultra low Vin, like your LTC3108, but instead of using transformers/inductors, that the product be entirely switched capacitor based? Your LTC1502-3.3 is switched capacitor…

  • LTC3108-1


    We are working on PoC based on LTC3108-1. We wish add a LED for visual monitoring, LTC3108 is not able to supply a suffisient current to drive the LED.

    Could we use C2 input for drive an external Mosfet (low Qg) ?



  • LTC3108的TEG曲线


         I want to measure the "IOUT vs dT and TEG Size" curve, but I don't know what equipment to use to ensure a stable temperature difference. Can you give me some suggestions?


  • LTC3108

    Can anyone please give me some help that what is the output current of LTC3108?? & is it continious  in nature or only occurs for a very short period of time?? plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me or give me suggest me some alternative for this to convert…

  • LTC3108 for small scale electromagnetic generator

    Hello, I'm building a small scale vibration energy harvester made up of coils and magnets (electromagnetic generator). The generator currently produces an output in the range of 0-300mV AC. I was wondering whether the LTC3108 will be suitable for this…

  • LTC3105 & LTC3108 for thermoelectric generator


    I want to boot output voltage of thermoelectric generator (TEG).

    I had successfully used LTC3108 for voltage booster using low impedance peliter TEG.

    But the LTC3108 didn't work well, when I connected high impedance TEG.

    I saw some article…

  • LTC3108仿真与提升效率





  • Ultra low power source for LTC3108


    I am evaluating the LTC3108 with a prototype TEG that provides 20-50mV but has a very low power rating (around 1uW).

    Initial experiments indicated that at least 300uW of power are required by the LTC3108 in order to start-up and provide voltage…