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Dual output DC/DC chip for 5v and 3.3v?

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Hi. I have searched the forum but could not come up with an answer for this. I have a mixed 5v and 3.3v circuit and am looking for an inexpensive (but good) chip to replace my power circuit (which at the moment is quite crude and has both a 5v regulator, 3.3 LDO and some electrolytic caps as well - too large a footprint and costly). Input range should be 10v to 30v or so (automotive). Looking for a low cost solution that will perform well, lower the footprint and not require any electrolytic caps. Any suggestions? Thanks.
 

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