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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
dsPIC30F2023 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Conversion pairing ” allows simultaneous conversion of two inputs (i.e., current and voltage) with a single trigger. PWM control loop: - Up to six conversion pairs available - Each conversion pair has up to four PWM and seven other selectable trigger sources. Interrupt hardware supports up to 1M...
dsPIC30F2020 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided pairing ” allows simultaneous conversion of two inputs (i.e., current and voltage) with a single trigger. PWM control loop: - Up to six conversion pairs available - Each conversion pair has up to four PWM and seven other selectable trigger sources. Interrupt hardware supports up to 1M...
dsPIC33FJ06GS101 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided to Eight Outputs. Dead Time for Rising and Falling Edges. Duty Cycle Resolution of 1.04 ns for Dead-Time, Phase Shift, and Frequency. Supported PWM modes: Standard Edge-Aligned, True Independent Output, Complementary, Center-Aligned, Push-Pull, Multi-Phase, Variable Phase, Fixed Off-Time, Current Reset...

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  • Current Sensor Info.
    to mitigate these affects. Frequency bandwidth in open loop current sensors is limited at high frequency due to magnetic core losses and eddy current induced temperature rise. The Primary conductor should pass straight throughthe aperture or, in the case of multiple primary turns, wound around the body
  • A Digital Constant Current Power LED Driver
    to allow a maximum current ripple of +/- 20%. The eye will not be able to INTRODUCTION perceive this current ripple since the switching frequency is much faster than can be detected. This document describes a power LED driver solution Considering this fact, you might be tempted to further using
  • DC-DC Converter Overview
    rare, there are a few applications where. a load fault is so unlikely that no safety provisions are required for the power stage. With low duty cycle fault response, MSK DC-DC converters bring a new level of confidence. Watching. the input current to a converter driving near full load will show
  • Speed Considerations for A/D Converters
    . Temperature Transmitters. Universal Temperature Transmitters. Thermocouple Input. RTD Input. Signal Converters, Transmitters. DC Voltage / Current Input. AC Voltage / Current Input. Millivolt Input. Frequency Input. Slidewire / Potentiometer Input. Strain Gage / Load Cell Input. Software Support
  • Testing Transient Responce In DC/DC Converters
    . Isolated triple DC/DC converter. The test circuits in Figures 4A, 4B and 4C show the. justable current slew rate must be used in place of the. load transient for a given converter. MOSFET. A converter with limited di/dt indicates low output. Following the specification and test condition given. capacitance
  • DC/DC Converters With Linear Regulators
    between the two devices, one may try one. D1. T1. of the following: +Vin. INPUT. +Vout. FILTER. Lo. Co1. Co2. 1) Use a converter designed with a current mode PWM. -Vout. that offers faster response times of 50µS to 75µS;. PWM. 2) Use big capacitors at the output of the slow converter;. RB. Vo. = 2.5V
  • Make a White LED Torch Using a Buck Converter
    frequency dimming (from 100 Hz to 1 kHz) to. given feedback voltage at 500 mV or 600 mV. The NCP1529. adjust light intensity. reference voltage is 600 mV. This application note will take the example of regulating. Reducing this voltage to 80 mV for instance will. a constant current of 800 mA through
  • Application Guidelines for Non-Isolated Converters: PWB Layout Considerations (.pdf)
    to a voltage. ripple being superimposed on the input source. This high. frequency ripple voltage and current could be a potential. source of noise. To avoid noise coupling, it is. recommended that the loop area for both power and. signal traces to the dc-dc module be minimized. In. addition, input
  • Dimming Power LEDs Using a SEPIC Converter and MCP1631 PIC Attach PWM Controller (.pdf)
    . The document offers additional insight into. results in a consistent LED color output. A high. the MCP1631HV Digitally Controlled Programmable. frequency PWM signal may be used to control the. Current Source Reference Design. A Microchip. current that is flowing through the LED. The PWM. MCP1631 PWM
  • Simple Synchronous Buck Converter Design - MCP1612
    × -----. FSW. This Application Note contains all of the information. Where: needed to design a synchronous buck converter using. the MCP1612. It also contains a real-world design. FSW = switching frequency. example with measured laboratory data. Most inductor manufacturers specify the peak current