IC Voltage Regulators

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IC voltage regulators are three-terminal devices that provide a constant DC output voltage that is independent of the input voltage, output load current, and temperature. IC voltage regulators are used in power supplies that hold their output voltage constant over a wide range of load variations.
Integrated circuit (IC) linear voltage regulators use voltage-controlled sources to force a fixed voltage to appear at their output terminal.
Voltage-to-frequency converter chips provide a signal frequency output as a function of an analog input voltage.

Voltage Reference Chips

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Voltage references are electronic circuits that produce a constant output voltage (reference) that is used to compare other voltages in a system.
High voltage power supplies use linear technology to provide one or more DC outputs at voltage levels of hundreds or thousands of volts.
IC switching voltage regulators are integrated circuits (ICs) that store energy in an inductor, transformer, or capacitor and then use this storage device to transfer energy from the input to the output in discrete packets over a low-resistance switch.
Transient voltage suppressor (TVS) diodes are designed to limit over-voltages. They can dissipate high amounts of transient power in a short period of time.
Voltage and potential transformers are used to measure voltage (potential). The secondary voltage is substantially proportional to the primary voltage and differs from it in phase by an angle that is approximately zero.

High Voltage Capacitors

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High voltage capacitors are used for storing charge and energy in high voltage applications.
Voltage-to-frequency converters accept a voltage signal and convert its analog level to a signal with a corresponding frequency.
Frequency-to-voltage converter chips provide an analog voltage output as a function of the input signal frequency.
Board mount voltage multipliers are AC-to-DC conversion devices mounted to a printed circuit board (PCB) that produce a high potential DC voltage from a lower voltage AC source.