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  • DC/DC CONVERTER Thermal Management
    As with any power electronic circuitry, DC/DC. converter do not transform all input power to. output power; a portion of input power is. dissipated as heat. The amount of heat. dissipated is dependent on the output load. and converter efficiency. The control and. evacuation this heat is called
  • DC/DC CONVERTER Logic On/Off
    This application note describes how to use the. On/Off function together with GAÏA Converter. modules. The logic On/Off function allows the. user to inhibit the output of the DC/DC. converter using a simple open collector logicsignal and thus avoiding to turn off the DC. input bus. This feature
  • DC/DC CONVERTER Output Ripple & Noise
    DC/DC switching power converters are natural. generators of noise. There are two types of. noise: conducted noise and radiated noise. which are present at the fundamental switching. frequency of the power converter and its higher. order harmonics. In general, power converters using Pulse Widht
  • Dealing With Noise Generated By A DC/DC Converter
    is known as 'conducted noise” or 'radiated noise.” Conducted noise is the noise observed on the conductors that connect the converters to the input power source, load or any other control signal. Radiated noise is the same as conducted noise but is radiated to the surrounding space either through the same
  • DC/DC Converter Controller Using a PICmicro Microcontroller
    In many applications, a DC/DC Converter is used to produce a regulated voltage or current, derived from an unregulated power supply, or from a battery. Examples of these applications include battery chargers, electronic air purifiers, emergency exit signs, and distributed power systems. In some
  • How to Improve DC/DC Converter Performance with Phase Shifting Time Delay
    to reduce conducted EMI and/or radiated EMI, and to control the higher system I²R power losses. This white paper from Intersil examines how to synchronize multiple DC/DC converters in a master/slave configuration to reduce RMS current, ripple and input capacitance requirements to improve EMI
  • DC/DC Converters In Power Sequencing Systems
    System power from multiple supply voltages utilize power up/down sequencing to avoid IC latch up, a potential cause of catastrophic failure of a system. Semiconductor companies offer different ICs to address most power system sequencing needs. When multiple DC/DC converters are used in a system
  • Thermal Considerations For DC/DC Converters
    All power converters - AC/DC, DC/DC and DC/AC - consume power that is dissipated internally as heat. This heat must be removed from the power-dissipating component in the converter in order to keep its functioning temperature low and other critical components at relatively low constant temperatures

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