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7.5V, 5A Step-Down Voltage Regulator D36V50F7
This powerful synchronous switching step-down (or buck) regulator takes an input voltage of up to 50 V and efficiently reduces it to 7.5 V. The board measures only 1″ × 1″ yet delivers typical maximum continuous output currents between 3 A and 7 A, depending on the input voltage, which makes it well suited for powering moderate to large loads. An optional enable input with a precise cutoff threshold can be used to put the regulator in a low-power state with a current draw of 10 µA to 20 µA per volt on VIN. The regulator also features reverse voltage protection and a power-good output that indicates when the regulator cannot adequately maintain the output voltage.
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|Description||Specs (11)||Pictures (10)||Resources (3)||FAQs (0)||On the blog (1)|
|Size:||1″ × 1″ × 0.375″1|
|Minimum operating voltage:||8.3 V2|
|Maximum operating voltage:||50 V|
|Continuous output current:||5 A3|
|Output voltage:||7.5 V|
|Reverse voltage protection?:||Y4|
|Maximum quiescent current:||4 mA5|
|Output type:||fixed 7.5V|
|PCB dev codes:||reg24d|
|Other PCB markings:||0J12574, blank white box|
- Without included optional headers.
- Subject to dropout voltage considerations. See the dropout voltage graph under the description tab for more information.
- Typical continuous output current at 36 V in. Actual achievable continuous output current is a function of input voltage and is limited by thermal dissipation. See the output current graph under the description tab for more information.
- To -40 V. Connecting supplies over 40 V in reverse can damage the device.
- While enabled with no load. Can be reduced to under 1 mA using the enable pin.