Step Down 7 Click is a compact add-on board that converts higher voltages into a lower voltages level. This board features the MAX17624, a synchronous step-down converter with integrated MOSFETs from Analog Devices. The converter, as input, uses voltages in the range from 2.9V up to 5.5V and can output step-down voltages from 1.5V to 3.3V up to 1A. It features high efficiency, and depending on the mode of operation, it works at a fixed 4MHz switching frequency. In addition, it comes with undervoltage lockout, overcurrent protection, and thermal overload protection.
This Click board™ makes the perfect solution for the development of power conversion solutions in automation and control applications, industrial sensors, test and measurement equipment, portable low-power devices, and more.
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ABOUT CLICK BOARDS™
Click boards™ follow a modular prototyping add-on board standard invented by MIKROE, which revolutionizes the way users add new functionalities to development boards. Click boards™ enable design engineers to change peripherals easily, cutting months off development time. To enable hundreds of Click boards to be connected to the microcontroller or microprocessor, we have invented socket standard - mikroBUS™. This uniform connection interface allows you to connect any Click boards to a main board instantly. The company releases a new Click boards nearly every day at 10am, and many leading microcontroller companies including Microchip, NXP, Infineon, Dialog, STM, Analog Devices, Renesas and Toshiba now include the mikroBUS™ socket on their development boards.
MikroElektronika (MIKROE) is committed to changing the embedded electronics industry through the use of industry-standard hardware and software solutions. In 2011, the company invented the mikroBUS™ development socket standard and the compact Click Boards that use the standard to dramatically cut development time. Now the company offers 1400+ Click Boards – ten times more than competitors - and the mikroBUS standard is included by leading microcontroller companies such as Microchip, Renesas and Toshiba on their development boards. MIKROE defined MCU development add-on boards and socket standard called SiBRAIN, and display board and display socket standard - DISCON. MikroElektronika also makes the world’s widest range of compilers and additionally provides development environments, development boards, smart displays and programmers and debuggers.