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  1. Ken Yang EDN All dedicated current-sense amplifiers provide high-side sensing on a positive supply, but you can adapt such circuits for monitoring a negative supply (Figure 1). The positive-supply pin, V+, connects to the system's positive ...
    Circuits » Measurement · Power » Maxim » MAX4172
    08-03-2017
  2. Mark Cherry EDN A single temperature sensor can provide an interrupt to a microcontroller when the measured temperature goes out of range. You need multiple temperature sensors when you have to monitor more than one hot spot. A microcontroller ...
    Circuits » Measurement » Maxim » MAX6510
    06-03-2017
  3. Jean-Bernard Guiot EDN Computers find universal use in industrial-control systems. During power- and start-up sequences (booting), the outputs of such control systems may yield uncontrolled pulses before the software defines the correct status. If ...
    06-03-2017
  4. Erjon Qirko and Kris Lokere, Linear Technology Design Note 1039 Introduction The LT6018 is an ultralow noise (1.2 nV/√Hz at 1 kHz) operational amplifier with ultralow distortion ( 115 dB at 1 kHz). It has a gain bandwidth product of 15 MHz, ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » Linear Technology » LT1637, LT5400, LT6018, LTC2378-20, LTC2387-18
    06-03-2017
  5. Marián Štofka EDN Using a shift register with parallel output is a common way to design a pulse generator with N inputs and pulsed outputs having a width of T/N. To keep the output pulses consecutive, you can use feedback from the ...
    Circuits » Oscillators » Texas Instruments » SN74AUC2G79, SN74AUC1G02
    02-03-2017
  6. Matthew Grant, Linear Technology Design Note 556 Introduction The LT®3952 monolithic LED driver includes a 4 A, 60 V DMOS power switch, excellent for driving high current LEDs in buck mode. Among its many features is an input current sense ...
    01-03-2017
  7. Reza Moghimi, Analog Devices EDN This Design Idea offers a new instrumentation-amplifier topology that improves ac CMR (common-mode rejection). Because it uses discrete amplifiers, you can customize it for the lowest power, price, noise, and supply ...
    01-03-2017
  8. Arturo Rivera EDN This Design Idea avoids the RC charging waveshape of a standard relaxation oscillator, replacing it with a linear rise/fall triangle wave. Positive feedback is used to increase the charging rate over each half-cycle and straighten ...
    26-02-2017
  9. Akshay Mehta, Texas Instruments Electronic Design A transformerless ac-dc supply can provide dc power for light loads using a capacitor's reactions as a current-limiting element. Low-power applications such as e-meters (electricity or energy ...
    Circuits » Supply » Texas Instruments » LM46000, LMR14006, LMR16006
    26-02-2017
  10. Francesc Casanellas EDN Figure 1 shows a power supply that delivers 5 V from a 12 V battery. With only a few components, the supply copes with all the automotive transients that ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 7637-1 lists ...
    Circuits » Automotive · Supply · Power » Diodes » MMBTA42
    20-02-2017
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