Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5
Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5

Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5

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Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5

Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5

 

Regulador de Tensão Step-Down 5V, 3.2A - D36V28F5

Informação do fabricante:

This small synchronous switching step-down (or buck) regulator takes an input voltage of up to 50 V and efficiently reduces it to 5 V. The board measures only 0.7″ × 0.8″ yet delivers typical maximum continuous output currents between 2.5 A and 4 A, depending on the input voltage, which makes it well suited for powering moderate loads like sensors or small motors. An optional enable input with a precise cutoff threshold can be used to put the regulator in a low-power state with a current draw of 10 µA to 20 µA per volt on VIN. The regulator also features reverse voltage protection and a power-good output that indicates when the regulator cannot adequately maintain the output voltage. The pins have a 0.1″ spacing, making this board compatible with standard solderless breadboards and perfboards.

The D36V28Fx family of buck (step-down) voltage regulators generates lower output voltages from input voltages as high as 50 V. They are switching regulators (also called switched-mode power supplies (SMPS) or DC-to-DC converters), which makes them much more efficient than linear voltage regulators, especially when the difference between the input and output voltage is large. These regulators can typically support continuous output currents between 2 A and 4 A, depending on the input voltage and output voltage (see the Maximum continuous output current section below). In general, the available output current is a little higher for the lower-voltage versions than it is for the higher-voltage versions, and it decreases as the input voltage increases.

The regulators have reverse voltage protection up to 40 V, output undervoltage and overvoltage protection, over-current protection, and short-circuit protection. A thermal shutdown feature also helps prevent damage from overheating and a soft-start feature limits the inrush current and gradually ramps the output voltage on startup.

Features:

  • Input voltage: 5.3 V to 50 V (minimum input subject to dropout voltage considerations; see the dropout voltage section for details)
  • Output voltage: 5 V with 4% accuracy
  • Typical maximum continuous output current: 2.5 A to 4 A (see the maximum continuous output current graph below)
  • Typical efficiency of 80% to 90%, depending on input voltage, output voltage, and load (see the efficiency graph below)
  • Switching frequency: ~500 kHz under heavy loads
  • Power-save mode with ultrasonic operation that increases light load efficiency by reducing switching frequency, but keeps it above the audible range (20 kHz)
  • 2 mA to 3 mA typical no-load quiescent current (see the quiescent current graph below)
  • Enable input with precise cutoff threshold for disconnecting the load and putting the regulator into a low-power state that draws approximately 10 µA to 20 µA per volt on VIN
  • “Power good” output indicates when the regulator cannot adequately maintain the output voltage
  • Output undervoltage and overvoltage protection
  • Soft-start feature limits inrush current and gradually ramps output voltage
  • Integrated reverse-voltage protection up to 40 V, over-current and short-circuit protection, over-temperature shutoff
  • Compact size: 0.7″ × 0.8″ × 0.345″ (17.8 mm × 20.3 mm × 8.8 mm)
  • Two 0.086″ mounting holes for #2 or M2 screws

Connections:

This regulator has six connections: power good (PG), enable (EN), input voltage (VIN), output voltage (VOUT), and two ground (GND) connections.

The “power good” indicator, PG, is an open-drain output that goes low when the regulator’s output voltage either rises more than 20% above or falls more than 10% below the nominal voltage (with hysteresis). An external pull-up resistor is required to use this pin.

The regulator, which is enabled by default, can be put into a low-power sleep state by reducing the voltage on the EN pin below 1.2 V, and it can be brought out of this state again by increasing the voltage on EN past 1.35 V. The quiescent current draw in this sleep mode is dominated by the current in the 100 kΩ pull-up resistor from ENABLE to VIN and in the reverse-voltage protection circuit, which altogether will be between 10 µA and 20 µA per volt on VIN. The tight tolerance of the enable input allows a precise low-VIN cutoff to be set, such as with the output of an external voltage divider powered by VIN, which is useful for battery powered applications where draining the battery below a particular voltage threshold could permanently damage it.

The input voltage, VIN, powers the regulator. Voltages up to 50 V can be applied to VIN. Generally, the effective lower limit of VIN is VOUT plus the regulator’s dropout voltage, which varies approximately linearly with the load.

VOUT is the regulated output voltage.

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