|Information||2A 18V Synchronous Step-Down Converter|
|Special Features||Enable, Over Current Protection, Thermal Shutdown, Soft Start Adjustable|
|VIN MIN (V)||4.5|
|VIN MAX (V)||18|
|# of Outputs||1|
|VOUT MIN (V)||0.925|
|VOUT MAX (V)||16|
|X x Y Package Dimension (mm)||-|
|Control Mode||Current Mode PWM|
|Operating Temperature (°C)||-40 to 85|
The XRP7664 is a synchronous current mode PWM step-down (buck) regulator capable of a constant output current up to 2Amps. A wide 4.5V to 18V input voltage range allows for single supply operations from industry standard 5V and 12V power rails.
With a 340kHz constant operating frequency and integrated high and low side 100mΩ/100mΩ MOSFETs, the XRP7664 reduces the overall component count and solution footprint. Current-mode control provides fast transient response and cycle-by-cycle current limit. An adjustable soft-start prevents inrush current at turn-on, and in shutdown mode the supply current drops to 0.1uA.
Built-in output overvoltage (open load), over temperature, cycle-by-cycle over current and undervoltage lockout (UVLO) protections insure safe operations under abnormal operating conditions.
The XRP7664 is offered in a RoHS compliant, “green”/halogen free 8-pin SOIC package.
- Pin/function compatible to MP1482
- 2A continuous output current
- 4.5V to 18V wide input voltage
- PWM current mode control
- 340kHz constant operations
- Up to 95% efficiency
- Adjustable output voltage
- 0.925V to 16V range
- 2% accuracy
- Programmable soft-start and enable function
- Built-in thermal, overcurrent, UVLO and output overvoltage protections
- RoHS compliant, “green”/halogen free 8-pin SOIC package
- Distributed power architectures
- Point of Load (POL) converters
- Audio video equipment
- Medical and industrial equipment
Documentation & Design Tools
|Data Sheets||XRP7664 2A 18V Synchronous Step-Down Converter||2.0.1||March 2013||1 MB|
|Application Notes||AN200, Downloading and Installing CAD Symbols and Footprints with Ultra Librarian||April 2019||1.2 MB|
|Application Notes||ANP-40, Current Mode Compensation||1.0.0||April 2013||712.2 KB|
|Application Notes||ANP-40, Current Mode Compensation - Supporting Spreadsheet||1.0.0||April 2013||81.6 KB|
|User Guides & Manuals||XRP7664-65-74-75 Evaluation Board Manual||2.0.0||August 2014||808.2 KB|
|Product Flyers||Power Management & Interface Products for Cable, Satellite and IP STB/Home Gateway||March 2018||2 MB|
|Product Flyers||2A 18V Synchronous Step-Down Converter||1.0.0||November 2010||268.4 KB|
|Product Brochures||Power Management Brochure||October 2020||2.4 MB|
|Symbols & Footprints||XRP7664IDTR-F CAD File (.bxl)||September 2018||76 KB|
Quality & RoHS
Parts & Purchasing
|Part Number||Pkg Code||Min Temp||Max Temp||Status||Suggested Replacement||Buy Now||PDN|
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NRND (Not Recommended for New Designs) - the part is not recommended for new designs.
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