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  1. Alan Stummer Electronic Design By using a constant-current source along with a ratiometric DAC configuration, the output intensity of a laser diode can be carefully set and controlled using this simple circuit. This circuit was designed to meet a ...
  2. General information In this article we will talk about a simple device that I designed for automatic control of additional LED lighting in the kitchen. Kitchen renovating and complete replacement of kitchen cabinetry are main reasons for ...
  3. Analog Devices Circuit Note CN-0032 Circuit Function and Benefits There are many applications that require a single-ended analog signal, either bipolar or unipolar, to be converted by a high resolution, differential input ADC. This dc-coupled ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » Analog Devices » AD7982, ADA4941, ADR435
  4. Bipin Duggal EDN Piezoelectric tubular positioners that drive manipulators in scanning tunneling microscopes require high-voltage, low-current drive circuits. The circuit in Figure 1 can drive high-resistance, low-capacitance piezoelectric loads at ...
  5. Dusan Ponikvar EDN When you need an analog output from a microcontroller that does not have a digital-to-analog converter (DAC), you can connect an external DAC chip. But for a cheaper solution, use a pulse-width modulated (PWM) output and add a ...
  6. Kahou Wong, On Semiconductor EDN A buck/boost converter can step a voltage up or down. Such a converter is appropriate for battery-powered applications. One application derives a regulated 14.1 V at 1 A from 12 V solar panels with 9 to 18 V ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » ON Semiconductor » MC33166/7
  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. 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 ...
  10. 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

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