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Intersil shrinks step-down DC/DC power module

Encapsulated in a tiny 9.0×6.5×1.83-mm QFN package, the ISL8203M step-down DC/DC power module from Intersil furnishes an adjustable output voltage between 0.8 V to 5 V to allow designers to use one device to build a single 6-A or dual 3-A output power supply. The ISL8203M simplifies power-supply design for FPGAs, ASICs, microprocessors, DSPs, and …

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Surface-mount array takes on medium-power lighting LEDs

Cree has introduced a multi-die 500 lm (80CRI, 3,000K) surface-mount lighting LED, aiming to compete against multiple single-die medium-power LEDs in automated luminaire manufacture. The idea is analogous to the way bolt-down multi-die chip-on-board modules (CoBs) are taking-on single-die LED boards in manual assembly lighting manufacture. Named MH-B, the new LED “combines the reliability and …

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Power (Energy) Meter using Arduino

Part 1.  Analog Front-End. Opto-Isolator. Looking at the Power Quality Analyzer display, I was wandering, if there is any error in the measurement results, introduced by transformer. Overall THD picture doesn’t change much, suspiciously drawing same chart in the morning and in the evening, when electrical grid load significantly differs. Obviously, to estimate effect of …

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