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  1. Marty Merchant, Linear Technology Design Note 507 Introduction Dual-polarity supplies are commonly needed to operate electronics such as op amps, drivers, or sensors, but there is rarely a dual-polarity supply available at the point of load. The ...
    22-12-2015
  2. David Burgoon, Linear Technology LT Journal of Analog Innovation There are several ways to produce a negative voltage from a positive voltage source, including using a transformer or two inductors and/or multiple switches. However, none are as easy ...
    18-12-2015
  3. Luca Bruno EDN To discover potential power-supply problems, you must run dynamic and static tests. This simple current sink tests low- to medium-power supplies and voltage sources. In this application, the current sink can draw current of 0 to 1.5 ...
    Circuits » Measurement · Power » Texas Instruments » OPA277, IRF530
    03-12-2015
  4. John Rice, Texas Instruments LEDs Magazine The non-synchronous, boost, power-conversion topology is often used in LED drivers in instances where the input voltage (VIN) is insufficient to forward bias a series/parallel set of LED strings. This ...
    Circuits » Supply · Light · Power » Texas Instruments » INA201, TPS40211
    23-11-2015
  5. Dan Meeks EDN This Design Idea is a solid state relay (SSR) which uses a triac to switch AC loads at high current. There are plenty of simple SSR circuits available, but this may be the simplest circuit that achieves turn-on and turn-off only when ...
    23-11-2015
  6. Alfredo Saab EDN Sensors, electrostatic traps, and other applications require regulated, high-voltage power supplies that deliver modest amounts of output current. Simplicity, low quiescent current, and compactness are desirable in such supplies. ...
    Circuits » High Voltage · Power » Maxim » MAX1605
    16-11-2015
  7. Mike Wong, Intersil EDN Assume that a design requires positive voltage, but only a negative-voltage power source is available. Using a standard boost-converter IC in the circuit of Figure 1, you can efficiently generate a positive voltage from a ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » EL7515
    11-11-2015
  8. Mike Rose EDN Using the fast dynamic load described in this Design Idea to test the transient response of a power system can reveal many critical operating characteristics. The voltage deviation resulting from a fast current step can provide ...
    04-11-2015
  9. Tom Gross, Linear Technology Design Note 511 Introduction The LTC3626 synchronous buck regulator with current and temperature monitoring is the first of Linear’s SWITCHER+™ line of monolithic regulators. It is a high efficiency, ...
    04-11-2015
  10. Ilija Uzelac EDN This Design Idea presents a simple, proven, reliable, and robust method for charging large capacitor banks, using a series connection of power MOSFETs to raise the breakdown voltage over that of an individual MOSFET. When a power ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » IXTQ10P50P
    22-10-2015
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