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DC1676A: 20A OR&#39;ing or Dual Diode, 4.5 ~ 60V in

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration Circuit 1676A showcases the LTC®4359 ideal diode controller with reverse input protection. The board includes two independent LTC4359 ideal diode circuits, sharing a common ground and operating over a 4.5V to 60V range. Each circuit comprises a load switch and ideal diode connected in series. Power to the load may be turned on and off by using the SHDN input, and the load is protect…

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ISL6146BEVAL1Z: 50A @ 3 ~ 20V, OR-ing Controller

Manufacturer: Renesas Electronics America Inc.

The ISL6146 represents a family of OR-ing MOSFET controllers capable of OR-ing voltages from 1V to 18V. Together with suitably sized N-channel power MOSFETs, the ISL6146 increases power distribution efficiency when replacing a power OR-ing diode in high current applications. It provides gate drive voltage for the MOSFET(s) with a fully integrated charge pump.

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DC1926A: Dual Ideal Bridge Controller

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1926A features the LTC4353, a dual low voltage ideal diode controller, in a typical 12A application. The LTC4353 creates two near-ideal diodes using external N-channel MOSFETs thereby replacing high power Schottky diodes and their associated heat sinks. Ideal diodes enable low loss power ORing and supply holdup applications.

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DC2180A: Dual Negative Voltage Ideal Diode - ORing Controller and Monitor

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 2180A showcases the LTC4371 dual negative voltage ideal diode-OR controller and monitor, in a ?48V, 50A application.

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DC1066A: 48V @ 5A Ideal Diode-OR Controller

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration Circuit 1066 showcases the LTC4355 positive high voltage diode-OR controller and monitor in a 200W, 48V application.

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DC1203A: ORing 2 x 5A @ 48V (75V Max)

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration Circuit 1203 showcases two LTC4357s in a 48V, 5A application. The circuits are operational over a range of 9V to 75V and are fully independent, with the exception of a common ground.

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ISL6146AEVAL1Z: 50A @ 1~18V, 3 ~ 20V for Control

Manufacturer: Renesas Electronics America Inc.

The ISL6146 represents a family of OR-ing MOSFET controllers capable of OR-ing voltages from 1V to 18V. Together with suitably sized N-channel power MOSFETs, the ISL6146 increases power distribution efficiency when replacing a power OR-ing diode in high current applications. It provides gate drive voltage for the MOSFET(s) with a fully integrated charge pump.

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DC1899A-B: 12 V, 9 A OR&#39;ing Controller

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1899A controls two independent power rail circuits each with Hot Swap™ and ideal diode functionality provided by the LTC4228-1/LTC4228-2 dual ideal diode and Hot Swap controller. DC1899A facilitates evaluation of LTC4228 performance in different operation modes such as supply ramp-up, power supply switchover, steady state, and overcurrent faults.

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DC2160A: 1.7 ~ 18V in, 2 Ch Power Prioritizer

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 2160A uses the LTC4419 to provide backup switchover, keeping the output load powered during brown out or power loss conditions.

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DC2705A: 12V @ 7A, Ideal Diode with Reverse Input Protection

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

DC2705A showcases the LTC4376 ideal diode controller with integrated MOSFET and reverse input protection up to –40V. The LTC4376 has a current capability of 7A. The board includes two independent LTC4376 ideal diode circuits sharing a common ground and operating over a range of 4V to 40V.

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