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TC1044S Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided SystemWide Input Voltage Range ............1.5V to 12VEfficient Voltage Conversion ............99.9%Excellent Power Efficiency .............98%Low Power Consumption ...........80uA @ VIN = 5VLow Cost and Easy to Use — Only Two External Capacitors RequiredRS-232 Negative Power SupplyAvailable...
TC1121 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The TC1121 is a charge pump converter with 100mA output current capability. It converts a 2.4V to 5.5V input to a corresponding negative output voltage. As with all charge pump converters, the TC1121 uses no inductors saving cost, size, and EMI. An on-board oscillator operates at a typical...
MCP14E5 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Reverse Current- Input are TTL/CMOS compatiple and will withstand negative swings Up To 5V- ESD Protected: 4kV...
MAX851ISA National Microchip Maxim Integrated Products Not Provided IC CHARGE PUMP NEGATIVE 8SOIC
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    This Application Note presents the design guideline and load line characteristics for the AAT3190 positive/negative charge pump with voltage multiplier stage. With a few external passive components, two low-power charge pumps of the AAT3190 convert supply voltages ranging from 2.7V to 5.5V into two
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
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  • A Simple Model for DC/DC Charge Pumps
    , charge pumps can general8 a negative out. put voltage from a positive input voltage,. A comparison between the operating efficiency ol a step-down charge. pump and an LDC) will be provided in this application note..
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  • Catalytic Mechanism of Calcineurin Serine/Threonine Protein Phosphatase
    for the total protein. The center area is strongly positively charged (blue), surrounded by an area of neutral charge (white), and areas of negative charge (red). Click image for a better picture
  • Operation of 3- and 4- Terminal JFET
    and the "source". terminal. JFETs have n-type channels (there is an. abundance of negative charge carriers-electrons). As the. drain voltage increases relative to the source, the current. through the channel increases.
  • General Information for TGS Sensors
    The sensing material in TGS gas sensors is metal oxide, most typically SnO2. When a metal oxide crystal such as SnO2 is heated at a certain high temperature in air, oxygen is adsorbed on the crystal surface with a negative charge. Then donor electrons in the crystal surface are transferred
  • Magnetism, Radiation, and Relativity
    charges, separated by an average distance of . The wire has to be electrically neutral in the lab frame, so there must be a bunch of negative charges, at rest, separated

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