The D36V6x 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.
- Input voltage: 4 V to 50 V (minimum input subject to dropout voltage considerations for currents over 400 mA; see the dropout voltage section for details)
- Output voltage: 3.3 V with 4% accuracy
- Maximum output current: 600 mA (see the maximum continuous output current graph below)
- Fixed 2.1 MHz switching frequency
- High-voltage enable input can put the board into a low-power state where it draws less than 2 µA (typical)
- Low quiescent current: < 0.1 mA (see the quiescent current graph below)
- Over-current and short-circuit protection, over-temperature shutoff
- Small size: 0.5? × 0.4? × 0.1? (13 mm × 10 mm × 3 mm)
- Weight: 0.5 g
- Size: 0.4? × 0.5? × 0.1?1
- Weight: 0.5 g1
- Minimum operating voltage: 4 V2
- Maximum operating voltage: 50 V
- Maximum output current: 600 mA
- Output voltage: 3.3 V
- Reverse voltage protection?: N
- Maximum quiescent current: 0.1 mA3
- Output type: fixed 3.3V
- PCB dev codes: reg04b
- Other PCB markings: 0J7034
- 1. Without included optional headers.
- 2. Subject to dropout voltage considerations.
- 3. While enabled with no load. Can be reduced to under 2 µA using the enable pin.