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What is an AC/DC converter?
An AC/DC converter is an electrical device for converting alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC).
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2010-08-04 10A hold-up module reduces capacitance requirement
XP Power announces the new MTH100 hold-up module designed for sustaining short-term power for critical avionic and vetronic systems in cases of power dropouts. The modules significantly reduce the amount of bulk hold capacitance required, by as much as 80 percent.
2006-03-23 100V MOSFET reduces part count in SMPSs by 30%
Infineon's new family of 100V MOSFET devices promise to reduce part count in switched mode power supplies by 30 percent, and reduce losses of up to 20 percent.
2008-10-17 'Smallest' PMIC rolls for portable media players
Maxim Integrated Products has released what it claims to be the smallest power management IC (PMIC) that integrates a single-cell Li-ion/lithium-polymer (Li-Poly) charger with proprietary Smart Power Selector circuitry that seamlessly distributes power within the system.
2008-09-25 'Fastest' 16bit ADC fits multiple process devices
Texas Instruments has launched the market's first 16bit, single-channel, 200MSps ADC to provide faster speeds previously only available with lower resolution devices.
2007-05-31 Interfacing to high-speed ADCs via SPI
This application note describes how to use the SPI port on ADI's high-speed converters. In addition, this application note defines the electrical, timing and procedural requirements for interfacing to these devices.
2007-06-20 ADuC702x MicroConverter I2C-compatible interface
This application note describes the hardware master and slave implementation of an I2C-compatible interface using the ADuC702x family of precision ADI MCUs.
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