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  1. José M Blanes and Ausiàs Garrigós EDN Electronics engineers often use photovoltaic-module simulators to test dc/dc-power converters, inverters, or MPPT (maximum-power-point-tracking)-control techniques. The use of these ...
    Circuits » Measurement · Light · Power » Vishay » MUR1520
    09-06-2017
  2. Spehro Pefhany EDN Occasionally, you have access to a transformer for powering a dc circuit, but its output voltage is much higher than that required for the dc voltage. The full-wave-rectified and filtered output of an ac input voltage V X , is V ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » STMicroelectronics » STD12NE06
    16-05-2017
  3. Larry Suppan, Maxim Integrated Application Note 657 Placing a load-disconnect circuit on the output of a bootstrapped step-up regulator allows the regulator to start with load currents much higher than would otherwise be possible (Figure 1). During ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Maxim » MAX1703
    09-05-2017
  4. Victor Khasiev, Linear Technology Design Note 552 Introduction Positive-to-negative DC/DC conversion (inverting output) is widely used in LCD devices, OLED displays, audio amplifiers, industrial equipment, measurement tools, test systems, LED ...
    09-05-2017
  5. Victor Khasiev, Linear Technology Design Note 558 Introduction The LTC®3110 bidirectional buck-boost DC/DC regulator charges and balances a supercapacitor when a bus voltage is present (for example 3.3 V) and discharges the supercapacitor into ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Linear Technology » LTC3110, LT8608
    05-05-2017
  6. Fabio Cacciotto, STMicroelectronics EDN Modern appliances offer a range of features that rely heavily on microcontrollers and auxiliary circuits. Although conventional iron-core transformers can provide ac line-isolated, low-voltage power for a ...
    Circuits » Power » STMicroelectronics » Viper22A, STTH102, STTH106
    26-04-2017
  7. Victor Khasiev, Linear Technology Design Note 1024 Introduction The LTC®3890 (dual outputs) and LTC3891 (single output) step-down DC/DC controllers directly accept inputs from 4 V to 60 V. This wide input range covers input voltages for single ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Linear Technology » LTC3890, LTC3891
    17-04-2017
  8. Rick Bosma Electronic Design This circuit, based on discrete transistors and diodes, develops hysteresis to resolve and avoid the non-stop turn-on/off cycling that may otherwise occur when using supercapacitors as a transitional or shutdown-period ...
    11-04-2017
  9. Robert Bell EDN Buck regulators find wide application as step-down regulators for converting large positive input voltages into a smaller positive output voltages. Figure 1 shows a simplified buck regulator that operates in continuous-conduction ...
    05-04-2017
  10. Joshua Yee, Linear Technology Design Note 535 Introduction For charging relatively low capacity batteries, or maintenance charging backup and keep-alive batteries, linear topology battery chargers are valued for their compact footprints, simplicity ...
    29-03-2017
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