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Capacitor Selection is Key to Good Voltage Regulator Design

Modular DC-DC switching voltage converters (or voltage regulators) are fully integrated devices that take away most of the complexity of power supply design — but not all. One of the key areas that are still left to the design engineer’s discretion is the choice of components for, and layout of, the energy storage and filtering …

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DC100 DIGITAL DISPENSE CONTROLLER FROM FISNAR JUST GOT EVEN BETTER

Ellsworth Adhesives Europe are now taking orders for the upgraded DC100 Digital Dispense Controller from Fisnar, leading manufacturer of precision fluid dispensing equipment. The popular digital dispenser will now utilize a high precision regulator allowing it to achieve exceptional levels of dispense accuracy and repeatability. A versatile precision dispenser, the DC100 dispense controller allows users to maintain …

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12V TO 24V @ 1A STEP-UP SWITCHING REGULATOR USING LM2585

This is a DC-DC step-up converter based on LM2585-ADJ regulator manufactured by Texas Instruments. This IC was chosen for its simplicity of use, requiring minimal external components and for its ability to control the output voltage by defining the feedback resistors (R1,R2). NPN switching/power transistor is integrated inside the regulator and is able to withstand 3A maximum …

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4.4V TO 105V INPUT SYNCHRONOUS STEP-DOWN REGULATOR DELIVERS OUTPUT OF 1V TO VIN

The LT7101 synchronous step-down regulator from Analog Devices is a high efficiency, monolithic synchronous step-down dc-dc converter. It uses a constant frequency, average current mode control architecture and operates from an input voltage range of 4.4V to 105V and provides an adjustable regulated output voltage from 1V to VIN while delivering up to 1A of output current. The LT7101 …

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SIMPLE DATAFLASH BOARD PLUGS INTO AN ARDUINO TO PROVIDE 4MBYTES OF EEPROM

This is a small board that plugs into one of the headers on an Arduino Uno or other board to provide 4Mbytes of non-volatile storage: It works with either 5V or 3.3V boards, and is based on the low-cost 4Mbyte Winbond W25Q32FVSIG DataFlash chip. It is ideal for applications such as data logging, playing audio samples, …

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HOW TO MAINTAIN A REFLOW OVEN?

Proper reflow oven maintenance can extend its life cycle, keep the machine in good condition, and improve production efficiency and product quality. One of the most important tasks for properly maintaining a reflow oven is remove the built-up flux residue inside the oven’s chamber. Although there is a flux collection system in modern reflow machines, there still is a …

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INFINEON CLAIMS INDUSTRY’S FIRST TRUE 1000A VOLTAGE REGULATOR FOR AI

Adding to its high current system chipset portfolio, Infineon claims to offer the industry’s first 16-phase digital PWM multiphase controller. The XDPE132G5C extends the existing portfolio which enables currents of 500 to 1000A and above for next generation CPUs, GPUs, FPGA and ASICs used in artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G datacomms applications. It has been introduced as …

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DROPCONTROLLER SETS THE BAR FOR DOCUMENTATION

dropController has the kind of documentation we wish would spontaneously generate itself whenever we build something. [Martyn Currey] built a robust rig for water droplet photography, and we don’t want to dismiss the hardware, but the most impressive part might be the website. It might not be very fancy, but it’s thorough and logically organized. You …

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A STM32F4 BASED ARDUINO IN THE FEATHER FORM FACTOR

[minh7a6] loves the Adafruit Feather, but sees some room for improvement. First is the matter of 5V tolerance. While just about everything is available in a 3.3v range these days, sometimes it’s just nice not to have to care. The main controller on the Feather is plenty powerful, but its intolerant pins just wouldn’t do so …

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