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2004-07-23 IR rolls out reference design for power supply circuits
International Rectifier released its IRISMPS4 reference design for flyback topology ac-dc power supply circuits commonly found in consumer electronics products
2008-06-13 Gyroscope sensors tout extended supply voltage range
STMicroelectronics has introduced the LISY300AL, a 7mm x 7mm x 1.5mm surface-mount MEMS single-axis yaw gyroscope for angular rate sensing up to 300/s.
2010-04-05 Digipots operate from 1.7-5.5V single power supply
Maxim Integrated Products is rolling out a family of dual, 256-tap, volatile digital potentiometers that operate from a single 1.7V to 5.5V power supply
2002-12-12 DC power supply targets sputtering apps
Advanced Energy's Pinnacle 3000 dc power supply delivers an output of up to 3kW from an input of up to 400Vac
2005-04-15 DACs consume 2mA supply current during write operations
These dual and quad buffered, rail-to-rail, 8bit digital-to-analog converters (DACs) from Maxim Integrated Products tout low power and the I?C interface
2012-03-29 Buck regulator touts 4.5-75V input supply range
Micrel's SuperSwitcher II switching regulator provides regulated output of up to 4A, with output voltage adjustable down to 0.8V touting guaranteed accuracy of 1%, said the company.
2008-10-30 Boost regulators supply up to 1.2A switch current
Micrel Inc. has released a family of wide-input range integrated switch boost regulators. The MIC2601 and MIC2602 operate at 1.2MHz and 2MHz, respectively, and can both supply up to 1.2A switch current
2001-05-25 A guideline for designing external dc bias circuits
This application note describes how to design external DC bias circuits
2008-10-27 8W DVD power supply with NCP1027
Despite the variety of low-end DVD players on the market, there is a common trend on the power supply requirements
2015-05-28 60V synchronous buck controller eases power supply design
The ISL8117 from Intersil enables buck conversions such as 48V direct to 1V through a very low minimum-on-time-specification, and can also permit point-of-load supplies to be fed from 48V rails.
2002-05-06 Calculating power dissipation and supply current in HV91 series parts
This application note describes the process of calculating power dissipation and supply current in HV91 series parts
2007-04-23 Ultrathin boost converter delivers 87% efficiency
Fairchild's FAN5336 high-frequency integrated boost converter in UMLP package allows designers to achieve an 87-percent system efficiency, low EMI and board space savings in a wide range of small LCD bias supply and white LED backlight designs.
2002-05-09 Regulating output voltage with a Zener diode
This application note describes the process of how to regulate output voltage using a Zener diode.
2002-05-09 Regulating output voltage with a linear regulator
This application note describes the process of regulating output voltage with a linear regulator.
2002-05-08 Over voltage protection
This application note describes the function and operation of BIAS supply.
2003-09-10 NSC device contains n-channel power MOSFET
National Semiconductor Corp. has released what it claims to be the industry's smallest high-voltage buck bias switching regulator
2004-04-22 National regulator has 90 percent power efficiency
National Semiconductor has rolled out the industry's first 100V Buck bias regulator, which operates at up to 90 percent power efficiency
2002-05-08 External fuse
This application note describes the specifications for the external fuse tha is required in the BIAS supply.
2002-05-08 Extended low temperature operation range
This application note describes the electrolytic capacitors incorporated in the BIAS supply.
2002-05-08 Extend hold-up time/reduced current ripple
This application note describes the typical voltage ripple superimposed on the dc output of the BIAS supply.
2005-02-04 UMC adopts Magma extractor tool on 0.13?m process
United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) has validated Magma Design Automation Inc.'s QuickCap NX extractor tool on its 0.13?m process.
2007-01-24 Tiny AC/DC eliminates EMI sans input filter
Bias Power's BPS-2 series of universal single- and dual-output 2W AC/DC supplies features a patented circuit design that effectively eliminates line EMI without need for an input filter, all in a package measuring under 1 inch?
2007-06-28 Stackable DC/DC controller eyes high-density servers
Texas Instruments Inc. introduces a single-channel version of its TPS40KTM stackable controller family that transforms power supplies in data centers and telecommunications equipment into fully scalable, interleaved power systems with higher performance and design flexibility.
2005-10-17 Self-learning switching DC/DC converters meet smart power
A handful of lossless current-sensing techniques are available today but their accuracies still do not compete with the traditional series sense-resistor schemes.
2014-09-09 Reverse polarity protection methods (Part 1)
In this article, we will examine the advantages and disadvantages of five different methods for protecting against reverse polarity.
2011-08-19 PWM controllers boast up to 95% efficiency
TI has launched two high-efficiency PWM power supply controllers that simplify design and boost efficiency in telecommunications, server and industrial systems
2009-11-30 PWM controller boasts power, space savings
Texas Instruments Inc. is offering an off-line green mode pulse-width modulation (PWM) controller that minimizes space and system cost while providing high efficiency in power supply applications
2014-05-09 Power tip: Selecting turns ratio for DC-DC converter
While the fly-buck is a convenient option for a simple isolated bias voltage, one must still be cautious when considering running at high duty ratios
2004-11-30 Power Integrations offers replacement for regulated linear transformer
Power Integrations has developed a product family that enables cost-effective switching power supplies for low power apps requiring tight output regulation.
2009-10-13 POL supplies pack easy paralleling, current sharing
Ericsson Power Modules offers POL devices that provide easy paralleling making it possible for power servers and memory storage designers to access extremely flexible solutions.
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