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2002-12-20 DS1669/DS1869 Modes of Operation
This application note describes the single contact, dual contact, and digital input mode of operations of the DS1669/DS1869 digital potentiometer
2002-05-09 Basler offers retrofit solution to aging Amplidyne-type excitation system
This application note provides retrofit solution to aging Amplidyne excitation system.
2002-05-09 Basler offers pre-packaged excitation system to replace 'Silverstat' regulator
This application note discusses pre-packaged excitation system that is intended to replace "Silverstat" regulator.
2002-05-14 'A' series constant current regulation
This application note discusses in brief detail the features of Ultravolt's "A" series HVPS.
2009-10-16 Dual-channel digipots pack volatile wiper register
ON Semiconductor's digitally programmable potentiometers can also be used as a two-terminal, variable rheostat.
2014-09-29 Online monitoring of resistive power load (Part 2)
As we have already tackled the models and topologies for continuously monitoring the resistance of power load in Part 1, we will now look into interesting cases and examples.
2015-07-13 Drives LEDs efficiently with constant-voltage topology
Here is a look at an AC/DC single-stage driver for dimmable LEDs that combines digital control techniques with embedded algorithms.
2009-06-30 Digipot delivers
Intersil Corp. has released what it touts to be the first digitally controlled potentiometer (DCP) with
2008-10-16 Design for precision with DCPs
Digitally controlled potentiometers have become very popular in a wide variety of applications including control, parameter adjustment and signal processing.
2013-11-18 Acromag expands USB-configured process transmitter line
The TT230 and TT330 series are isolated signal conditioners that feature high-density mounting on DIN rails, supporting RTD/resistance and potentiometer/thermistor input signals.
2008-07-23 Achieving precision performance from digital pots
The digital pots replace mechanical potentiometers and provide advantages such as remote operation and programmability, higher resolution, much smaller form factor, increased reliability, ability to store multiple wiper positions, and lower total system cost.
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