We have a design based on the LTC2983, but currently having trouble procuring them for an upcoming build. I see that the LTC2984 and LTC2986 are very similar parts, with the addition of EEPROM for storing data through power cycles. Assuming we don't need that feature, are the LTC2984 and/or the LTC2986 functionally equivalent in terms of how the microcontroller interfaces with them via the SPI port?
pshepherd - Yes, the LTC2984 is fully compatible with the LTC2983, it adds an EEPROM but as you say, you don't need to use it. No change to firmware is required when substituting an '84 for an '83.…