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Company: "Texas Instruments"
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  1. T.K. Hareendran Electronic Design Many robotic applications require a sensor to detect close or very close obstacles. Typically, reflective-type infrared sensors are used for this task. But the circuit in the figure 1 shows an infrared close-object ...
  2. Luca Bruno EDN A common method for driving multiple power LEDs is through two parallel strings. This inexpensive and less critical driver circuit can provide a lower voltage. However, the driver circuit must deliver twice the current of other ...
  3. Robert Bell EDN Figure 1 shows a simple, stand-alone overvoltage detector. The intent of the circuit is to monitor a voltage, V MON , and set the output, V OUT , high when the monitored voltage exceeds a preset threshold. The minimum allowable ...
    Circuits » Supply » Texas Instruments » TL431, TLV431
  4. Dennis Eichenberg EDN The circuit in Figure 1 represents a simple and inexpensive way to provide additional bicycling safety. A conventional bicycle-generator lighting system works with the circuit to provide safety lighting for several minutes ...
  5. Matt Kornblum EDN The circuit in Figure 1 converts a 10 V analog voltage representing an angle between θ MIN and θ MAX and emits a voltage equal to 10 cosθ. This circuit can have an accuracy of better than 1% over 120 or better ...
  6. John R Ambrose EDN Demodulators, directional circuits, and other electronics applications often need two sine waves with a 90 difference in phase a sine wave and its cosine wave. Engineers typically use analog filters to create the phase shift. ...
    Circuits » Oscillators » Texas Instruments » CD74HC390, SN74HC74
  7. Dave Wuchinich EDN A typical piezoelectric sensor comprises a disk of PZT-5A ceramic material with metallized electrodes on its surfaces. Applying electrically conductive epoxy to the electrodes connects external wiring to the sensor. An insulating ...
  8. Stephen Woodward EDN The enduring simplicity of PWM DACs will always earn them a place in the designer’s cookbook, but slow response time and the problem of PWM ripple tend to limit their appeal and utility. The usual way of attenuating PWM ...
  9. Goh Ban Hok EDN An SOC (system on chip) normally requires two power supplies one for the core supply and the other for the I/O. To properly power up the chip, you need to get one of the power supplies ready before the other, according to the ...
    Circuits » Supply » Texas Instruments » LM311N, SN74LS08
  10. W. Stephen Woodward EDN The accurate transmission of analog signals over long distances in noisy industrial environments is a difficult design problem. One of the oldest solutions isolated current loops is still one of the best. This Idea For ...
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