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  1. 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
  2. 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 ...
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Einar Abell EDN This Design Idea demonstrates a simple way to turn a step input into a ramp of nearly constant slew rate. The basic circuit uses a single op-amp; a circuit built on an integrator will typically require three. Figure 1 shows the ...
  6. 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 ...
  7. Michael Page EDN The circuit in Figure 1 is not complex, but it saved the day in an application involving visual inspection of the spray pattern of fuel injectors for quality and consistency. In this application, xenon strobe lights did not work ...
  8. 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, ...
  9. Mitchell Lee EDN A source of pulses with fast-rising edges that approximate the step function can help you perform many useful laboratory measurements, including characterization of coaxial cables' rise times and location of cable faults using ...
  10. Yakov Velikson Electronic Design The example analog-divider circuit presented in this article reduces the error to less than 0.02%, based on the resolution of both DACs Despite the availability of FPGAs and microcontrollers, the historical use of ...
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