Given this MP2331H, datasheet says it can provide
2A of continuous output current with excellent load and line regulation over a wide input range
Now let's say I'm in a situation where normally 2A is more than enough for my needs, but sometimes my needs can be as large as 3.5A which is well above this tiny SMPS's limits.
My idea is to connect two of these devices parallel, i.e. connect their outputs and GNDs.
But this feels lame, I might also need some diodes which will introduce unnecessary heating issues.
Anyway I could just chose another one which can provide higher current, I know. But can I join two of these ICs together to reach my goal?