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Part Number MAX1745
Manufacturer Analog Devices
Title Step-Down DC-DC Controllers
Description The MAX1744/MAX1745 are step-down DC-DC controllers capable of handling up to 36V inputs. These parts use a proprietary current-limited control sc...
Features
● High-Voltage Operation (Up to 36V IN)
● Efficiency 90%
● Output Power Capability Exceeds 50W
● 10-Pin μMax Package
● Low-Dropout Voltage
● 100% (max) Duty Cycle
● 90μA Quiescent Current
● 4μA Shutdown Current
● Up to 330kHz Switching Frequency
● Output Voltage
• 5V or 3.3V (MAX1744)
• Adjustable...

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