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MAP80-1012 POWER ONE Allied Electronics, Inc. POWER-ONE INC Not Provided SWITCHING POWER SUPPLIES, SINGLE OUTPUT, 80 WATTS
dsPIC30F2020 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided dsPIC30F SMPS & Digital Power Conversion 16-bit Digital Signal Controller. These devices offer features supporting common, multi-loop digital switch-mode power supplies (SMPS) and other digital power-conversion applications such as: • AC to DC Converters • DC to DC Converters &bull...
TC500A Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and requires both positive and negative power supplies.The TC500A is identical to the TC500, except it has improved linearity allowing it to operate to a maximum resolution of 17 bits.The TC510 adds an onboard negative power supply converter for single supply operation.The TC514 adds both a negative...
dsPIC33FJ64GS608 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided dsPIC33FJXXGSXXX SMPS & Digital Power Conversion 16-bit Digital Signal Controller. These devices offer features supporting common, multi-loop digital switch-mode power supplies (SMPS) and other digital power-conversion applications such as: • AC to DC Converters • DC to DC...
LZSA-1000-3 RS Electronics TDK Lambda Not Provided AC/DC Switching Power Supplies, 500-1500W, 85-265VAC Input, 12-24V Single Output; Enclosed; Voltage: 24; Power (W): 1000; Current: 42; Dimensions (Inches W x H x D): 5.62 x 4.75 x 10.5; Warranty: 5 Years.
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  • Lambda: New DIN Rail Power Supplies Offer Sophistication and Value
    DIN rail mount power supplies are quickly showing a surprising degree of sophistication. Until recently, these products were simple single output units, often with narrow range AC inputs. An "option" would be to have a front panel selector switch to allow the product to accept 230VAC input.
  • Switching power supply design rules
    expensive and more efficient than equivalent linear supplies. Not long ago, efficiency hinged on the converter's switching devices that wasted most of the power budget during relatively low-frequency transitions -- typically 20 to 30 kHz -- between on and off states. Improving efficiency by increasing
  • Class G Amplifiers
    Class G amplifier operation involves changing the power supply voltage from a lower level to a higher level when larger output swings are required. There are several ways to do this; the simplest involves a single class AB output stage that is connected to two power-supply rails by a diode
  • Brushless DC Motor Control Using PIC18FXX31 MCUs
    A PICDEM TM MC demo board was used to develop, test and debug the motor control code. The PICDEM MC has a single-phase diode bridge rectifier, converting AC input to DC and a power capacitor bank that keeps a stable DC bus. A 3-phase IGBT-based inverter bridge is used to control the output voltage
  • Application Note: AAT3190 Positive/Negative Bias Supply for CCD Camera Sensors
    and output power supply ripple for the best circuit performance. CCD camera sensor applications demand several different power supply requirements: • Need to create high voltage positive and negative bias supplies from a single cell lithium-ion/polymer battery source. A single cell lithium-ion/polymer
  • Servo On A Chip
    or velocity sensor. The output of this loop is a command for an increase or decrease in motor torque. This command signal feeds to the inner current loop of the system. The current loop generates signals for the power converter which supplies currents to the motor that produce the desired output torque

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