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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
  2. Massimo Gottardi EDN The Design Idea in Figure 1 is a color detector capable of generating an RGB triplet over a high dynamic range, a useful attribute for machine vision applications. The circuit implements auto-exposure control to achieve this. ...
  3. Ken Yang EDN Power meters provide an early warning of thermal overload by monitoring power consumption in high-reliability systems. Power monitoring is especially suitable for motor controllers, industrial heating systems, and other systems in ...
    Circuits » Measurement » Maxim » MAX427, MAX4372
  4. Robert F. Coughlin Electronic Design Adding “intelligence” to measurement systems has become commonplace because 8-bit microcontrollers are inexpensive and widely available, and they can be programmed in many of today’s popular ...
  5. Stephen Woodward EDN Perhaps the most elementary rule of control-loop design theory is that feedback-loop performance is fundamentally linked to the careful choice and stability of loop gain. Insufficient loop gain leads to poor setpoint accuracy. ...
  6. Kris Lokere, Linear Technology Electronic Design Low-range current (coulomb counting) measurement is a challenge when the associated voltage is relatively high, but a configuration of standard ICs meets the requirements. A coulomb counter can ...
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Fons Janssen, Maxim Integrated EDN Introduction High-capacity, multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCC) have a property often not well understood by electronic designers: the capacitance of these devices varies with applied DC voltage. This phenomenon ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Measurement » Maxim » MAX4130, MAX9620
  10. Analog Devices Circuit Note CN-0038 Circuit Function and Benefits This circuit provides a programmable gain function using a multiplying DAC and an operational amplifier (op amp). The maximum gain value and the temperature coefficient are set by ...
    Circuits » Measurement · Supply · Microcontrollers usage » Analog Devices » AD5426, AD5432, AD5443, AD8065
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