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    Richtek RT7736 flyback controller IC

    Please let me know that RT7736 is obsolete or not?
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    Re: Richtek RT7736 flyback controller IC

    Hi,

    Why don't you do this on your own?
    Just go to the Richtek's internet pages.

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    Re: Richtek RT7736 flyback controller IC

    https://www.findchips.com/search/RT7736

    ..I MUST ADMIT IT SEEMS A LITTLE THIN ON THE GROUND (sorry for caps)
    ...But doesnt say obselete......as Klaus said, the Richtek site is the one to go for.

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    RT7736 looks liek a nice part but doesnt seem to have a proper datasheet.....very odd
    https://www.richtek.com/assets/produ...S7736-05QV.pdf

    .. i mean, why does the startup circuit connect to the AC line?
    What is the startup current....datasheet doesnt say....very odd

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    datasheet also doesnt say the current sense threshold voltage.



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