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Start with the news release Current mode controllers for military applications from Linear Technology, which we summarised at the time by saying "Military-temperature-grade versions of the LTC3803/-3/-5 current mode flyback controllers are available in a six-pin ThinSOT package for industrial, telecom, military and automotive applications.". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release DC/DC converter for inverting power supply apps from Linear Technology: "Linear Technology has announced the LT3957, a DC/DC converter for boost, flyback, SEPIC and inverting power supply applications.".

In November 2010, we covered the news from Linear Technology - take a look at DC/DC converter suits apps with automotive inputs which says: "Linear Technology's LT3579, a current-mode, fixed-frequency step-up DC/DC converter is suitable for applications with input sources ranging from a single-cell Li-Ion to automotive inputs.".

Take a look also at the news release from Linear Technology, DC/DC converter suits local power supply designs, as well as LED driver ICs optimise images in backlit LCD TVs from Austriamicrosystems, and Linear battery charger for Bluetooth headsets from Maxim Integrated Products.

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Allegro driver ICs improve stepper-motor control (July 2010)

Two full-bridge stepper-motor driver ICs, the A4986 and A4987, have been introduced by Allegro Microsystems.

MP-grade DC/DC controller for battery-powered apps (June 2010)

Linear Technology has announced a high-reliability (MP) grade version of the LT3845 synchronous step-down DC/DC controller, which can be used in battery-powered applications.

LT3574 regulator ideal for industrial applications (June 2010)

The LT3574 from Linear Technology is an isolated monolithic flyback switching regulator that is said to simplify the design of low-power isolated DC/DC converters.

Linear offers high-speed synchronous Mosfet driver (May 2010)

Linear Technology has introduced the LTC4449, a high-speed synchronous Mosfet driver for driving high gate capacitance and high-current Mosfets.

PWM controllers offer wide input voltage range (April 2010)

ON Semiconductor has introduced three flexible synchronous pulse width modulation (PWM) controller devices: the NCP3020A, NCP3020B and NCP3011.

Energy-harvesting tool targets low energy sources (April 2010)

Linear Technology has announced the LTC3588-1, a complete energy-harvesting solution that is optimised for low energy sources, including piezoelectric transducers.

LTC6801 device monitors up to 12 battery cells (March 2010)

Linear Technology has announced the LTC6801, a high-voltage battery stack fault monitor that operates without a microprocessor and without the need for optocouplers or isolators.

LT3758 generates positive and negative voltages (January 2010)

Linear Technology has brought out the LT3758, a high-input voltage DC/DC controller for boost, flyback, Sepic and inverting power-supply applications.

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Further reading
  • Analog circuits monitor undervoltage conditions

    Analog Devices has expanded its portfolio of supervisory ICs with microprocessor supervisory circuits for monitoring undervoltage conditions in portable applications.
  • Appliance switch provides undervoltage protection

    The UV 45 appliance switch from Schurter is a two-pole device with integrated undervoltage release and restart protection.
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