Circuits & Schematics ON Semiconductor

Manufacturer: "ON Semiconductor"
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  1. Many amplifiers, including integrated devices, are afflicted with undesired, implicit input terminals in their power connections. Due to less than perfect power-supply rejection, these implicit terminals admit noise into the signal that the ...
    14-06-2022
  2. Although rechargeable batteries offer many advantages, they can suffer damage and shortened service lives if they're fully drained of their charge. The circuit in Figure 1 shuts off a battery-powered appliance in this instance, an LED ...
    30-05-2022
  3. For VCRs, TVs, and other equipment that requires a standby mode, you must supply power to a µP when other components are asleep to receive and interpret any wake-up signal from the remote control or from the broadcasting company. These types ...
    24-05-2022
  4. When processing signals from analog sensors, you frequently encounter wide variations in attenuation among communication channels or sensors. Or, you face situations in which several identical sensors within a supervised system return signals of ...
    17-02-2022
  1. The circuit in this Design Idea bootstraps a large capacitor in series with the solenoid to provide a large actuation voltage (Figure 1). This higher voltage provides substantially more current to operate the solenoid, speeding the operation of the ...
    13-02-2022
  2. Digital-system designs require you to consider many core voltages. Memory operates at 1.8 V, I 2 C and FPGA devices operate at 3.3 V, microcontrollers operate at 5 V, and charge-coupled-device image sensors operate at 9 to 8 V. Clocks for each ...
    01-06-2021
  3. The design in Figure 1 is a visible optical link for those who need to see the transmitted data. An isolation figure of more than 5000 V is a bonus. Tests of the system used the COM input of a data-acquisition system, as well as a standard PC's ...
    17-05-2021
  4. One of my go-to diagnostic tools is a simple home-brew audible ohmmeter (AudOhm). This circuit has served me well for many years, allowing “heads up” testing of wiring harnesses and control equipment, and various components such as ...
    13-05-2021
  5. The absolute-value amplifier is a basic building block in test-and-measurement and signal-processing applications. The addition of a DPP (digitally programmable potentiometer) adds another dimension, G (gain), to this key circuit. Because the gain ...
    13-04-2021
  6. The circuit in Figure 1 produces a single debounced pulse each time you press S 1 . Moreover, the circuit uses only logic power from the remote pull-up resistor, R 2 . You can use the circuit to detect when a key is pressed in a nonenergized ...
    09-03-2021

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