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MSC60028/DP1S:VOLTAGE BOOST CONVERTER CONTR IG National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
MCP1258 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided consumed by the MCP1258 or MCP1259. Inductorless 1.5x, 2x Boost DC/DC Converter (Charge Pump). High Output Voltage Accuracy: +/-3.0% (VOUT Fixed). Output Current Up To 100 mA. 20m Vpp Output Voltage Ripple. Wide Operating Temperature Range:(-40 °C to +125 °C). Thermal Shutdown and Short...
TC1044S Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided features include an extended supply range to 12V, and a frequency boost pin for higher operating frequency, allowing the use of smaller external capacitors. Theon-boardoscillatoroperates atanominalfrequency of 10kHz. Frequency is increased to 45kHz when pin 1 is connected to V + . Operation below 10kHz...
LM5118EVAL/NOPB Newark / element14 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Not Provided TEXAS INSTRUMENTS - LM5118EVAL/NOPB - LM5118; POWER CONVERTER; BUCK BOOST; EVAL BOARD
ADP1607ACPZN-R7 Newark / element14 ANALOG DEVICES Not Provided ANALOG DEVICES - ADP1607ACPZN-R7 - DC-DC CONVERTER; BOOST; 2MHZ; LFCSP-6; FULL REEL
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  • Buck-boost Converters
    Buck-boost converters can be used for either step-up or step-down conversions. They can also be used to reverse or invert voltage polarity. With buck-boost converters, the inverting regulator converts a DC input voltage to a DC output voltage that is opposite in polarity to the input. The negative
  • Buck-Boost LED Driver Using the PIC16F785 MCU
    This application note presents the design equations, schematics and source code for a 5.5W power LED driver using the PIC16F785 MCU. The application, as shown, can be connected to operate as a buck-boost converter or a boost converter. The PIC16F785 makes a great choice for this application because
  • Buck Boost vs. Buck Converter Battery Life for Portable 3.3V Micro Hard Disk Drive Applications
    drive voltage of. 3.3V, an obvious dilemma associated with this application is whether to use a low dropout DC/DC step-down. (buck) converter or a step-down/step-up (buck-boost) converter. A buck converter (Figure 1) provides the most efficient solution with the smallest external components
  • Forward Converters
    Forward, buck, or step-down converters are used to convert a higher DC input voltage to a lower DC output voltage of the same polarity. Forward converters are similar to buck-boost converters, but use a transformer to store energy and provide isolation between the input and output. The difference
  • Make a White LED Torch Using a Buck Converter
    and where a DC-DC boost or buck-boost converter. was required for a given illumination, you can now place a. DC-DC buck converter.
  • The Evolution of Switched Capacitor Backlight Drivers in Mobile Phones
    of drivers used for LED backlighting: inductive boost converters or charge pumps. To ensure equal brightness of each LED, designers either put all LEDs in series and drive them with a constant current boost converter, or use a switched capacitor charge pump with individual current control for each
  • Connecting LEDs: Serial vs. Parallel
    converter to create voltages higher and lower than the battery, depending on the state of charge. Connecting all LEDs in series requires a boost converter to create a voltage higher than the power source. In practice, series connected LEDs are powered from DC/DC inductive boost converters, whereas
  • Step-Up Switching Regulators
    When a low DC voltage source is used to power circuitry operating at high voltage levels, a step-up (boost) converter can be used. The input (lower voltage) is utilized to charge a passive component, such as a capacitor or inductor by the switching action of a transistor(s). Energy is stored

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