The output voltage is set by the feedback resistors, can be found in page 18 of the datasheet. In page 14 of the datasheet that talks about the SENSE pins, it mentions taht LTC3891 is able to regulate output voltages up to a nominal 24V.
We will not have an LTC3372 LTPC model for a few months. Meanwhile, the LTC3891 LTPowerCAD model or LTspice model can be used to model the LTC3372 HV converter.
I am currently utilizing the LTC3891 with a 499k between PWR and RUN and a 100k between RUN and GND. I do not need the UVLO function, and I believe I am potentially picking up noise on this device that is causing the RUN pin to go low.
The LTC3891 says…
I would like to know is there any difference on the placement of the Inductor DCR sensing.
On the datasheet of LTC3784 the DCR sensing the capacitor and resistor is parallel, whereas on the application note 136 using LTC3855 the application note…
I want to use the LTC3897 Boost Controller with input range from 9V to 32V and an output of 48V.I have the DC2108A Demo Board which supports inputs from 16V to 55V and output of 48V.
There is a reference design in the LTC3891 datasheet that claims to…