[time-nuts] Has anyone designed with a LT3080?

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Oct 5 18:47:10 UTC 2009


In message <abec162c0910051134t7b03a54due14594b2d82cfed9 at mail.gmail.com>, John 
Green writes:

>>From the spec sheet, the LT3080 looks much better than the venerable 7812.

It looks like the LT3080 delivers a lot of features you have no use 
for, so I'm not sure why you would want to use it for driving an OCXO.

You don't mention how much current you need, but what about LT1763
that will do 500mA...

The 8 pin SO package is a pain of course...

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