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The design procedure for determining the capacitor value and calculating stresses is also examined. Surface mount ceramic X5R or X7R capacitors are ideally suited for AnalogicTech's buck converter (Figure 1). X5R ceramic capacitors have a CV product with a temperature and voltage coefficient...

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Microchip Technology's TC1121 is a charge pump voltage converter specified to have a 100mA output current capability. The TC1121 has the benefits of selecting different internal charge pump switching frequencies (10KHz or 200KHz), driving the charge pump from an external clock, and a low power...

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...required to charge the input capacitance is limited only by either the resistance of the PCB trace, the pin of the converter, or the ESR of the input capacitors. The unlimited input current can destroy the input stage of a given DC/DC converter or load down the input voltage bus. Even...

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Inductor-based, step-up switching regulators offer high efficiency, small size and lower cost than isolated switching regulators (DC/DC converters). They are used to amplify (step up) the voltage of a lower voltage source or battery. The inductor stores energy during the on time of the switching...

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Synchronous rectification (SR) is used in DC/DC converters when low output voltage is less than 5V and high current is needed. Synchronous rectification utilizes power MOSFETs to rectify the output voltage of the power transformer. These MOSFETs are synchronized to the converter frequency...

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There are 3 primary components of noise in a light to voltage converter: * Thermal noise of the feedback resistor. * Shot noise of the photo current. * Circuit noise. The TSL257 uses a 50 M? resistor in a Tee feedback network with a gain of 6.4 to achieve an effective resistance of 320 M?. The 50 M...

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...a similar task. Light incident on those devices affects the voltage and resistance across their leads. And we might be able to get away with measuring resistance on the Stamp with the command RCTIME, but the result would be an ever varying time base, subject to moisture, lead length, temperature...

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...field, a voltage is induced across the conductor at right angles to the current flow. The strength of that induced voltage indicates the relative strength of the magnetic field. In Hall-effect sensors, current to be measured passes through a shunt path. This path is extremely low resistance, typically...

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...be switched by 3 to 32 Vdc and have input resistance of about 1 k. The lower switching voltage limit is set by the need for compatibility with TTL circuits. (TTL devices can sink 5 V to ground with enough current capacity to switch on the LED in an SSR.) Conversely, programmable logic controllers use 24...

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Analog-to- EQUATION 1: RTD RESISTANCE Digital converter, and two resistors to measure RTD ?? Code resistance ratiometrically. A ±0.1°C accuracy and ----------------------------------R R= ?? RTD A n1- ±0.01°C measurement resolution can be achieved ?? 2 - Code across the RTD temperature range of -200°C...

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