Hello everyone, I am in the process of designing a buck converter. This is the regulator I have chosen. http://www.aosmd.com/pdfs/datasheet/AOZ1242DI.pdf The input will be 13V output will be from 12 to 6 volts (will be adjusted via a thermistor on the FB voltage divider R2) Now, the issue I am having is the following: When there is no load on the output, the device works exactly as intended and perfectly with the parts I have chosen. However, when I put a load on it (DC fan 3.57W at 12V), it starts to intermittently cut the voltage to zero randomly and at a frequency of a few khz. Has anyone experienced this problem before with either another regulator or perhaps this particular one? My best guess is that somehow the device thinks there is some sort of short since the application note lists "hiccuping" to be an indicator of a short. However, I don't think there is a short since it works fine with no load and the hiccuping occurs regardless of what type of load I use (fan or resistor) I appreciate any help and thanks in advance.