• RE: LTC7000(-1) and LTC7001

    The LTC7000, LTC7000-1 and LTC7001 are all in the process of obtaining AEC-Q100 now.

    We expect them to be completed sometime in 2020.

  • LTC7000

    I want to know how it works What is the output of VCC,I give 5V to inp,but it can't control  mos tube

  • LTC7000 negative voltage

    how to protect LTC7000 against negative -32V ?

  • RE: LTC4446 Components

    The Fast Turn-On/Turn-Off DC Switch uses the bottom portion of the LTC4446 to create a charge pump necessary for 100% duty cycle operation (top switch on forever). The newer LTC7000 series (LTC7000/7000-1/7003/7004) includes a charge pump (no external…

  • About LTC7000

    Hello,

    I am using LTC7000 with IRFS4115 for high side switching (30VDC). Circuit is attached and it is more or less the same circuit as in the datasheet which works as expected in LTSpice. But on board -with no load- VCC (pin 3) is 2.5VDC regardsless…

  • Output on LTC7000 turns off, when Imon is turned on

    In our design we wants to limit the short circuit current and have connected the Vcc to timer pin.


    The circuit actually woks as intended in most cases.

    1. Turning on into short, limits the current to the programmed limits
    2. Turning on into 50% of allowed…
  • LTC7000 damaged with 6.8mF output capacitor

    Hi I am using LTC7000 as high side switch with Dual NFETs. The schematic is attached here. 

    The part number for M1 and M2 are IPB015N08N5ATMA1 but not the components shown in the schematic.

    The I1 load is actually an electronic load.

    In this test, I…

  • RE: LTC7000 Vcc problems

    Anonymous
    Anonymous

    I had the same problems and it was because of the missing shottky recovery diode at the output. It is needed in every case. Otherwise the device will be damaged because of the negative output voltage (also at TS pin) during shut off. There is only a little…

  • LTC7000:MAX RATING SNS+

    Hi all.

    Is possible to apply 154Vdc only for 1 second on the LTC7000 SNS+ pin? I know    that the absolute value is 150V , but what happen if I apply 154vdc for only 1 second? the ic will be damaged for sure ?