Press Release Summary:
Models ADP1870 and ADP1871 incorporate constant on-time and valley current-mode techniques to drive all N-channel power stages, regulating output voltages as low as 0.6 V with Â±1.0% accuracy. Available in 300 kHz, 600 kHz, and 1 MHz frequency options, products support 2.95-20 V input and feature internally fixed soft-start period and valley-detect current sense. Additionally, ADP1871 offers power-saving mode capable of pulse-skipping.
Original Press Release:
Analog Devices Expands Range of Constant On-Time, Synchronous Buck Controllers
- ADI's ADP1870 and ADP1871 buck controllers incorporate constant on-time and valley current-mode techniques to drive all N-channel power stages, regulating output voltages as low as 0.6 V.
NORWOOD, Mass.-- Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, today introduced two current-mode, synchronous buck controllers that support input-power voltages ranging from 2.95 V to 20 V. The ADP1870 and ADP1871 synchronous buck controllers provide superior transient response through the use of a constant on-time, current-mode control system. The devices are suited to intermediate rail or point-of-load generation in consumer, industrial and instrumentation, and telecommunications and networking applications.
The new buck converters also offer enhanced performance at low duty cycles by using a valley current-mode control architecture. The ADP1870 and ADP1871 are available in three frequency options - 300 kHz, 600 kHz, and 1 MHz. Additionally, the ADP1871 offers a power-saving mode capable of pulse-skipping to maintain output regulation while improving system efficiency at light loads. Low-voltage biasing is supplied through a 5-V internal LDO (low-dropout oscillator).
ADP1870 and ADP1871 Synchronous Buck Regulators -- Features and Benefits
Both regulators feature an internally-fixed soft-start period to limit input in-rush current from the input supply during startup and to provide reverse current protection during soft-start for a pre-charged output. Other features and benefits include:
The introduction of the ADP1870 and ADP1871 devices marks ADI's continued expansion of the switching controller and regulator product lines following recent announcements of the ADP1872/3 constant on-time, synchronous buck controllers and the ADP1877 fixed frequency, dual buck controller.
Availability and Pricing
Product Samples Availability Temperature Range Price Each Per 1,000 Packaging
Now Now -40°C to +125°C $0.96 10-Lead MSOP
For more information on these products, visit analog.com/pr/ADP1870 or analog.com/pr/ADP1871. For more information on ADI's integrated multi-function power portfolio, visit http://analog.com/pr/switching-regulators.
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