regulators

ISOLATED 2W 24VDC-TO-5VDC FLYBACK DC-DC – REFERENCE DESIGN

The MAXREFDES111# reference design from Maxim Integrated is a compact 24V input flyback-converter module that features 5V at 400mA output. Transformer selection is often the most difficult step in isolated power design. Multiple transformers (Wurth Electronics 750315847, HanRun HR041087, and Sumida 06343-T588) have been qualified for this design, simplifying the process of transformer selection. The reference design delivers a …

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100MA FIXED-VOLTAGE REGULATORS ARE RUGGED AND INEXPENSIVE

ON Semiconductor’s MC78L series of fixed-voltage regulators are inexpensive, easy-to-use devices suitable for a multitude of applications that require a regulated supply current of up to 100mA. Like their higher-powered MC7800 and MC78M00 series cousins, these regulators feature internal current limiting and thermal shut-down protection, making them remarkably rugged. They are available in fixed output-voltage …

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DUAL-CHANNEL, 42 V, 4 A MONOLITHIC SYNCHRONOUS STEP-DOWN SILENT SWITCHER 2

The LT8650S 42 V, dual-channel, 4 A synchronous Silent Switcher® 2 regulator features a wide input voltage range of 3 V to 42 V, ideal for automotive, industrial, and other step-down applications. Its quiescent current is only 6.2 µA with the outputs in regulation – a critical feature in automotive environments where always-on systems can drain the battery even when the …

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THE TOP 10 LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATORS ACCORDING TO SNAPEDA

In electronics, linear voltage regulators are commonly used to stabilize voltages. Regardless of the input voltages or load conditions, they will provide fixed output voltages, thus protecting devices from fluctuating outputs, which can cause inefficient performance or even damage. When designing a power supply for an application that requires a small difference between its input …

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The SilentSwitcher, A Quiet Mains-free Power Supply

Audio projects become smaller over time with the rapid advancement of technology. A traditional power supply is still considered large compared to audio projects size constraints and it may not fit such delicate applications that need to deliver a good sound with zero noise. Jan Didden, audio specialist who is known for his own publications …

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Product How-to: Ultra-low noise linear regulators for powering PLL/VCO and clocking ICs

Wideband communication systems usually require an ultra-low noise regulator to power the VCOs and PLLs. The regulator must also be able to reject any ripple presented at its input. In a typical system, an ac input is converted to an isolated dc supply rail, –48-V, for example. This rail is then converted to an isolated …

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