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  1. 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 ...
  2. Robert Brewer Electronic Design The proportional-control solenoids used in some industrial hydraulic systems are usually driven by microcontrollers or programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Such complex drivers typically require several different ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » Maxim » MAX5474, MAX16804
  3. Stephen Woodward EDN Given its low cost, small size, robust construction, accuracy, versatility and sensitivity, it's no wonder that the thermistor rates as one of the most popular temperature sensors available. However, in some applications, a ...
  4. Peter Demchenko EDN This Design Idea circuit regulates the current through one or more LEDs, making it almost independent of supply voltage. Its main advantage is a very small dropout voltage, which can be less than 100 mV. The design could find ...
  5. 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 ...
  6. Frank Cox, Linear Technology Linear Technology Magazine The circuit in Figure 1 is a 1 kHz 8th order Butterworth highpass filter built with the LTC1068-200, a switched capacitor filter (SCF) building block. In the past, commercially available ...
  7. 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 ...
  8. 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 ...
  9. Catherine Chang, Linear Technology Design Note 1045 Introduction Precision high side measurement of microamp currents requires a small value sense resistor and a low offset voltage, ultralow-power amplifier. The LTC2063 zero-drift amplifier has a ...
  10. Abel Raynus EDN In analog design, you might need to create an amplifier with nonlinear dynamic characteristics for example, logarithmic, exponential, or square-law. Usually, such amplifiers are complicated. However, the project often does not ...
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