Enthalpy

Member Since: April 21, 2009

Country: United States

  • Product BOB-09370 | about 4 years ago

    You will probably be fine. Do a search in the data sheet for transient response. Starting on page 6, it looks like you probably won’t have more than a few tens of mV during strong input voltage transients. Most micros will still operate at 5.3 volts, which is 300 mV spike.
    You can also tune the feedback loop if you really want to. I’m using it in an automotive environment. I will put decoupling caps on my 5- and 12-volt rails (Cin and Cout, page 1). That’s all I will do for transients. I’m not otherwise worried.

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