Reference Design －ROHM Buck DC/DC Converter BD9A300MUV
The reference circuit design of DC/DC Converter BD9A300MUV (128-8885) (ROHM) was converted into Designspark PCB format. The BD9A300MUV (128-8885) is a 2.7V to 5.5V input, integrated 3A MOSFET 1ch synchronous buck switching regulator .
Buck DC/DC Converter BD9A300MUV
BD9A300MUV is a synchronous buck switching regulator with built-in low On-resistance power MOSFETs. It is capable of providing current up to 3A. The SLLM(TM) control provides excellent efficiency characteristics in light-load conditions which make the product ideal for equipment and devices that demand minimal standby power consumption. The oscillating frequency is high at 1MHz using a small value of inductance. It is a current mode control DC/DC converter and features high-speed transient response. Phase compensation can also be set easily.
- Input Voltage Range： 2.7V to 5.5V
- Output Voltage Range： 0.8V to VPVIN×0.7V
- Average Output Current： 3A(Max)
- Switching Frequency： 1MHz(Typ)
- High-Side MOSFET On-Resistance： 60mΩ(Typ)
- Low-Side MOSFET On-Resistance： 60mΩ(Typ)
- Standby Current： 0μA(Typ)
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