The LTM4686 is a dual 10A (12A Peak) or single 20A (24A Peak) step-down µModule® (micromodule) DC/DC regulator with 39ms turn-on time.
Power by Linear™ / Analog Devices’ LTC4291 and LTC4292 are 4-port power sourcing equipment (PSE) controllers designed for use in IEEE 802.3bt Type 3 and 4 compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) systems.
LTM4646 from Power by Linear/Analog Devices is a dual 10 A or singular 20 A output switching mode DC/DC power supply.
Analog Devices’ LTC7124 is a dual channel, high efficiency, monolithic step-down regulator providing outputs up to 3.5 A per channel.
The LTC7000 is a fast, protected, high side N-channel MOSFET gate driver that contains an internal charge pump allowing the external N-channel MOSFET to stay on indefinitely.
The LTC2358 octal ADC adds FET-input analog buffers to the performance and flexibility of the LTC2348. These buffers allow the signal conditioning to be designed around the needs of the signal, rather than the needs of the ADC.
The LTM4643 is a quad output step-down µModule® (power module) regulator, configurable as a single output (12A), dual (6A & 6A or 9A & 3A), or quad (3A each) regulator in a 9mm x 15mm x 1.82mm ultrathin LGA package.
The LTC3871 is a bidirectional synchronous buck or boost controller to step-down or step-up the voltage between the 12V and 48V batteries in dual battery automotive applications.
The LTM9100 provides a completely integrated isolated hot swap control and communication interface with isolated power.
The LTC5596 is a high frequency, wideband and high dynamic range RMS power detector that provides accurate, true power measurement of RF and microwave signals independent of modulation and waveforms.
The LTC2063 enables precision measurement at extremely low power levels. The LTC2063 operates from 1.7V to 5.25V and features a shutdown mode which is optimized for battery-powered and duty-cycled applications.
The Gleanergy kit is a development platform which demonstrates the complete design of a wireless sensor mesh network built from sensor nodes that use energy harvesting to charge or extend the life of their batteries.
Travis from DigiKey gives us a peek at renewable energy components from Linear Tech and Marlow Industries.
This time on New Product Discoveries Randall is zeroed in on energy harvesting with the EverGen Mini-Harvester from Marlow Industries and a multisource energy harvesting board from Linear Technology.
The LT8672 is an active rectifier controller with reverse current protection that can replace the diode. The LT8672 operates at the input range between 3V and 42V with only 20uA quiescent current.
LTM8065 from Linear Technology is a 40 VIN, 3.5 A peak, 2.5 A continuous step-down µModule (power module) regulator.
Linear Technology introduces the LT3932, a monolithic, synchronous, step-down DC/DC converter with internal 36 V, 2 A power switches and an internal PWM generator.
PowerPath™ prioritizers are low operating current circuits that provide backup switchover power for keeping critical circuitry alive during brown out and power loss conditions based on a user-defined priority.
Linear Technology's LTC23500-32 are low noise, low power, high performance 32-bit ADCs with an integrated configurable digital filter.
Analog Devices evaluation and development platforms provide frameworks for rapid IoT application development with ADI's industry leading sensors, transcievers, and microcontrollers.