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DC-DC Controllers, Converters, & Regulators

ON Semiconductor provides DC-DC controllers, DC-DC converters, DC-DC linear regulators, charge pumps and charge controllers.


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Battery Charge Controllers  (7)

Linear Charge Controllers - Fast Charge Controllers

Charge controllers and charge management devices for battery charging circuits.

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Charge Pumps  (8)

Charge Pump Voltage Converters

Charge pumps for dc-dc power conversion and LED drivers.
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Controllers  (86)

DC-DC Current Mode Controllers - DC-DC Voltage Mode Controllers

Current mode and voltage mode dc-dc controllers for dc-dc power conversion circuits.

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DDR Termination Regulators  (10)

Linear Termincation Regulators

Termination regulators for advanced DDR subsystems.
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NCP1871  Switching Battery Charger, NVDC, 2/3/4 Cell, with SMBus Interface

  • Full NMOS DC to DC Controller
  • Instant-On Works with No Battery or Deeply Discharged Battery
  • Programmable Charge Current, Charge Voltage, Input Current Limit with Interrupt Management

NCP81239  USB Power Delivery 4 Switch Buck Boost Controller

  • Supports USB-PD, QC2.0, and QC3.0 profiles
  • Switching frequency from 150 kHz to 1200 kHz for efficiency optimization
  • Programmable through I2C