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LM2904DRG3

Dual Operational Amplifier 8-SOIC -40 to 125

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $0.1300 / $0.3800

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Global Popularity

Popularity in Amplifier Circuits

Popularity in Operational Amplifiers

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  • 1. China
    100
  • 2. India
    86
  • 3. United States of America
    77
  • 4. South Korea
    73
  • 5. Mexico
    65
  • 6. HKG
    65
  • 7. Thailand
    64
  • 8. Israel
    64
  • 9. Slovakia
    62
  • 10. Canada
    61

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  • 1. Rochester Electronics $0.1300 Buy Now
  • 2. Texas Instruments $0.2400 Buy Now
  • 3. Newark element14 $0.3800 Buy Now

Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (52V @ 0.04A)
    PMP1941.2: A triple-output non-isolated flyback converter provides a regulated low voltage and two high voltage rails. A buck converter with an input transient voltage-clamping circuit produces a 5V rail. The addition of a dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.
  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (4.5V @ 0.05A)
    PMP1941.5: A TPS70501 linear regulator supplies a 4.5V output in parallel with the 5V rail. This provides a low current backup voltage when the the buck converter is disabled.
  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (3.7V @ 0.5A)
    PMP1941.3: A triple-output non-isolated flyback converter provides a regulated low voltage and two high voltage rails. A buck converter with an input transient voltage-clamping circuit produces a 5V rail. The addition of a dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.
  • PMP1941 Flyback, Buck for Automotive (4.5V @ 0.05A) | TI.com
    PMP1941: A triple-output non-isolated flyback converter provides a regulated low voltage and two high voltage rails. A buck converter with an input transient voltage-clamping circuit produces a 5V rail. The addition of a dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.
  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (5V @ 0.5A)
    PMP1941.4: A low cost TPS40200 buck converter produces a 5V @ 0.5A output. The input voltage is clamped to 30V max with the addition of a transient voltage-clamping circuit. A dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.
  • PMP30047 Two Elements Lead-Acid 16V…32V@2A Battery Charger from 170VAC to 270VAC Reference Design | TI.com
    PMP30047: A quasi-resonant isolated flyback is employed to charge two lead-acid battery elements, starting from high-line mains. The converter accepts two external signals (referred to secondary side) to provide the reference voltages, which set output voltage and current. The converter shows good wide-range efficiency thanks to valley-switching modulation.
  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (82V @ 0.03A)
    PMP1941.1: A triple-output non-isolated flyback converter provides a regulated low voltage and two high voltage rails. A buck converter with an input transient voltage-clamping circuit produces a 5V rail. The addition of a dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.
  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (82V @ 0.03A) - PMP1941.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP1941: A triple-output non-isolated flyback converter provides a regulated low voltage and two high voltage rails. A buck converter with an input transient voltage-clamping circuit produces a 5V rail. The addition of a dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.
  • Flyback, Buck for Automotive (4.5V @ 0.05A) - PMP1941.5 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP1941: A TPS70501 linear regulator supplies a 4.5V output in parallel with the 5V rail. This provides a low current backup voltage when the the buck converter is disabled.
  • PMP1941 Flyback, Buck for Automotive (4.5V @ 0.05A) | TI.com
    PMP1941: A triple-output non-isolated flyback converter provides a regulated low voltage and two high voltage rails. A buck converter with an input transient voltage-clamping circuit produces a 5V rail. The addition of a dithering circuit creates spread-spectrum operation on the switching frequency to lower EMI, making this circuit suitable for automotive use.

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