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LT8602 and FPGA

Question asked by nick11 on May 17, 2018
Latest reply on May 18, 2018 by nick11

I'd like to use LT8602 to power FPGA like XILINX SPARTAN7 because it is possible to generate 4 different voltages in sequence and because in my board the input voltage is 24V.

The 4 currents requested from my FPGA are under 1A and so I think that the LT8602 could be a good solution because it occupies a very small space in  the board.

I'm worried about the transient response of the LT8602 because in the datasheet I did not find any information.

Can anybody answer me?

Thank you, Nicola