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In this video author is comparing in practice a buck converter with LM7805 linear voltage regulator. Here is the showdown buck converter vs linear voltage regulator. In the video: Why & when you should use Buck converters? Advantages of linear...
In this video, the presenter will have a look at the classic boost converter circuit and find a way to create a proper feedback based boost converter without a microcontroller. Also, he will show you how commercial boost converter...
Diodes Incorporated, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality application specific standard products within the broad discrete, logic, analog and mixed-signal semiconductor markets, today introduced the AP7381. Operating from a wide input voltage spanning 3.3V to 40V, this...
Single-chip ISL95338 replaces two converters, enables USB PD3.0 bidirectional voltage regulation for tablets, ultrabooks and power banks. Milpitas, Calif., Oct. 10, 2017 – Intersil, a subsidiary of Renesas Electronics Corporation, today announced the industry’s first buck-boost voltage regulator for tablets,...
5V @50mA with Operation Down to 3.5Vin and Harness Short Protection Worcester, MA – August 29, 2017– Allegro MicroSystems, LLC announces the release of a new wide input 5 V output regulator designed to power automotive sensors and low power...
Andover, MA – March 2, 2017 – Vicor Corporation (NASDAQ: VICR) today announced a new addition to its growing PI37xx family of Cool-Power ZVS Buck-Boost Regulators. Delivering up to 140 Watts of power, and up to 8 Amps of...
New Buck-Boost Regulators Feature Best-in-Class PerformanceWhile Being Simple to Use Andover, MA – September 21, 2016 – Vicor Corporation (NASDAQ: VICR) today announced the addition of two new buck-boostregulators to its Cool-Power® ZVS Regulator portfolio. Delivering up to 200Watts atgreater than 97%...
New Buck-Boost Regulators Feature Best-in-Class PerformanceWhile Being Simple to Use Andover, MA – September 21, 2016 – Vicor Corporation (NASDAQ: VICR) today announced the addition of two new buck-boostregulators to its Cool-Power® ZVS Regulator portfolio. Delivering up to 200Watts atgreater than 97%...
Over-voltage protection circuits are used to protect voltage-sensitive loads. Voltage transients may occur due to a number of reasons such as transformer switching, load switching, and short/open circuit in rectifier and regulator circuit. Such transients can affect proper functioning...
The circuit is a MOSFET based linear voltage regulator with a voltage drop of as low as 60 mV at 1 ampere. Drop of a fewer millivolts is possible with better MOSFETs having lower RDS(on) resistance. The circuit in Fig.1...