Linear Technology releases six output DC/DC uModule regulator
December 01, 2010 // Paul Buckley
Linear Technology Corporation has introduced a six-output DC/DC µModule regulator with guaranteed operation from -40 to 150 °C. The LTM8008 includes a 3 V to 72 V input SEPIC converter and six linear regulators, housed in a small 15 mm x 15 mm x 2.82 mm LGA package.
The integrated multiple output DC/DC µModule regulator incorporates Linear's design and manufacturing expertise, addressing dense point-of-load voltage regulation for markets such as automotive, defense and avionics.
The LTM8008 regulates a 3 V to 72 V input supply to 5.6 V output with an onboard SEPIC converter with buck and boost conversion capability. This 5.6 V, in return, powers six linear regulators to generate five 5 V rails and one 3.3 V rail with output currents ranging from 150 mA to 500 mA.
Availability and Pricing
The LTM8008 is rated for operation over extreme temperatures from -40 to 150 °C. All versions are available from stock. 1,000-piece price is set at $19.00 each.
More information about the LTM8008 six-output DC/DC µModule regulator at www.linear.com/8008
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