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Thread: Design challenge - switching regulator
picon face BY : Russell McMahon email (remove spam text)

>A new triangle, pehaps?
>Wide input range, high current output (greater than .1A), and low cost.
>Pick any two...

The irony is that it is only an inbuilt feature of the regulator IC that
limits the lower starting voltage in my current design. It starts at 9 volts
or so but there doesn't seem any good reason why it could not go quite a bit
lower. Once it starts I self power the IC from its own output (standard
practice) so the input voltage can drop to 2 or 3 volts as long as the input
supply can source the current peaks.

There is a battery involved but I can't rely on it being there and it's
voltage is almost always less than 9 volts.


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