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The LT8767 synchronous switching converter does not encounter the same output current limitations that asynchronous converters do. This is because synchronous converters replace the Schottky diode with a second MOSFET. Unlike Schottky diodes, MOSFETs do not have a forward voltage drop. Instead, MOSFETs feature a small resistance that is formed from drain to source when the device is fully enhanced. The conduction losses incurred from a MOSFET are much lower than with Schottky diodes at high current, as the power lost is proportional to the product of the square of the current through the device and drain-source resistance. Even at the lowest full power input voltage of 7 V, the MOSFETs only experience a temperature increase of roughly 85° C, as shown in Figure 8.
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 Activity: Zener Diode Regulator , EPS Activity: Zener Diode Regulator
 Activity 9. Regulated Voltage Reference
 Activity 65. Shunt regulator
 EPS Activity: The Band-Gap Voltage Reference
 Activity 7. Zero gain amplifier (BJT)
 Activity 8. Stabilized current source (BJT)
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Provides support for Ethernet, GPIB, serial, USB, and other types of instruments.
16-Channel Low Charge Injection High Voltage Analog Switch...
5/65/75 kV, Burner, 6555 J & VLF Combo
9/68/86 kV, Burner, 6655 J or 8755 J
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When this bit is set, the analog comparator output is connected to the ACO pin.