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Jessicale

Why does the L5973D burn up if I turn R1 into 10K in this circuit?

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Hi, I want to ask for your help on my L5973D.

I used to use L5973D to produce voltage of 3.3V/4.2V according to the typical circuit in the datasheet. The figures are same while the feedback resistance are different. The input is 24V DC. They worked well without anything wrong.

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(Test application circuit in the datasheet)

However, I met some problems when I want to produce 5V voltage according to the circuit above. I tried to turn the R1 into 10K. Theoretically,it will produce 5V, but when I connected it with 24V power,L5973D burned up. In the same circuit, the voltage is 3.3V when R1 is 5.6K. It worked well. I am wondering why...So Im here to ask for your help.Sorry for my poor English,but can anyone give me some suggestions?

 

Here are some details of L5973D:

Series:L5973

Operating-Temperature:    -40°C ~ 150°C (TJ)
Mounting-Type:    Surface Mount
Output-Type:    Adjustable
Function:    Step-Down
Supplier-Device-Package:    8-HSOP
Number-of-Outputs:    1
Topology:    Buck
Frequency-Switching:    250kHz
Current-Output:    2.5A
Output-Configuration:    Positive
Voltage-Output-Min-Fixed:    1.235V
Voltage-Output-Max:    35V
Synchronous-Rectifier:    No
Voltage-Input-Min:    4V
Voltage-Input-Max:    36V
Output-Voltage:    35 V
Input-Voltage-MAX:    36 V
Output-Current:    2.5 A
Switching-Frequency:    212 kHz to 280 kHz

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