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  • IC Linear Voltage Regulators-Image
    IC Linear Voltage Regulators - (150 companies)
    Integrated circuit (IC) linear voltage regulators use an active pass element to reduce the input voltage to the regulated output voltage. Some devices use bipolar transistors and others use metal-oxide semiconductor field effect transistors...
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    IC Voltage Regulators - (323 companies)
    ...voltage regulators: IC linear voltage regulators, IC switching voltage regulators, and DC/DC converter chips. IC linear voltage regulators use an active pass element to reduce the input voltage to a regulated output voltage. By contrast, IC...
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    IC Switching Voltage Regulators - (127 companies)
    ...converters can be used for either step-up or step-down conversions, and to reverse or invert voltage polarity. IC switching voltage regulators are more efficient than IC linear voltage regulators, but produce greater amounts of noise.  ...
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    Voltage Regulators - (173 companies)
    ...voltage regulators and IC switching regulators, non-IC voltage regulators do not use an active pass element or other semiconductor. There are two basic types of non-IC voltage regulators: switching types and all others, mainly linear and shunt types...
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    IC Power Supplies - (84 companies)
    ...of circuitry that requires a narrow voltage range. This video illustrates. Video Credit: Element 14/Freescale Semiconductor. Types of IC Power Supplies. IC power supplies generally are linear regulators, switching regulators, and charge pumps. A linear...
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    Current Limiting Diodes - (38 companies)
    Current limiting diodes (CLD) regulate current over a wide voltage range. There are several types of current limiting diodes (CLD). Examples include a current regulator diode, constant current diode, and current limit diodes. Current limiting diodes...
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    Speed Controls - (67 companies)
    Speed Controls Information. Speed controls, including speed regulators and rate controllers, are used to decelerate and regulate the speed of loads such as moving carriages and machining feeds near the end of their travel. They frequently use fluid...
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    Zener Diodes - (140 companies)
    ...to several hundred volts. Uses. Functionally, Zener diodes are used as regulators, limiters and to control output switching. Regulators. When used as regulators, the constant reverse voltage of Zener diodes allows for the regulation of output voltage...
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    PWM Amplifier Chips - (41 companies)
    Pulse width modulated (PWM) amplifier chips generate a current that switches between high and low output levels. PWM amplifiers have a much higher power capability for a given volume than linear amplifiers. They are also less expensive. PWM...
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    DC Power Supplies - (1182 companies)
    ...in a series dissipative component (resistor) or a transistor. Linear power supplies provide excellent regulation, very small ripple, and very little output noise. Switching. Switching power supplies use a switching element or regulator (normally a power...
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Linear regulators (or voltage regulators) act as a series variable power resistor when they are connected between an unregulated voltage source and a load. Linear regulators are used to provide voltage stability (regulation) for the load. However do not confuse linear regulators with switching...

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This article compares three different solutions that provide a 5-V output at 100 mA from. a 24-V bus. A synchronous step-down (buck) converter is. compared to an integrated linear regulator and a discrete. linear regulator. Size, efficiency, thermal performance,. transient response, noise...

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The most popular DC-DC converter application vividly demonstrates why the DC-DC converter is the only. reasonable choice compared to a linear regulator. This function is providing 5V for logic or computer. circuits from a 28V bus....

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Closed loop control with linear regulators. Often the voltage source is "incompatible" with the load. A buffer needs to be placed between the source and load to regulate or control the voltage and/or current. Linear regulators provide closed loop control to "regulate" the voltage at the load...

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...to one that is isolated between primary. (Input) circuit and secondary (Output) circuit or non-isolated. Over the past 15 years, there have been significant changes in. the design of power supplies. The most important of these has. been widespread change from linear regulator to switch mode. power...

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...common-mode noise, as well as, the output ripple to less than 5mV, which is equivalent to that of a linear regulator ripple. For high-speed analog circuits such as A/D converters, op-amps, S/H, D/A converters, high-speed CMOS, a common-mode filter at the output is highly recommended. A common-mode...

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...on the internal supply voltage of the IC. Thus a voltage controller is needed that effectively suppresses power supply fluctuations. In the simplest case a linear regulator can be used....

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...a feedback loop to monitor and regulate the current flowing into the LED (or multiple LEDs in series). A simple linear regulator serving as a constant current source might use the drop across a series resistor to keep the current at 350 mA regardless of the voltage drop across the LEDs (within...

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...and rectified to 12 or 24 Vdc. These values get stepped down to a lower dc voltage. A step-down switching regulator typically performs the dc/dc conversion for maximum power conversion efficiency. Switching regulators display conversion efficiencies over 90% compared to the maximum 50% of linear regulators...

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...features include an internal voltage regulator and an internal clock oscillator that reduce external component count. The 16HV785 can be configured as either a Switch mode or a linear charger. In Switch mode, it will support either primary or secondary side control. In Linear mode, it can be designed...

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