18V, 5A buck-boost DC/DC delivers 95% efficiency
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18V, 5A buck-boost DC/DC delivers 95% efficiency

LTC3119 is a synchronous current mode monolithic buck-boost converter that outputs up to 5A of continuous output current in buck mode from a wide variety of input sources, including single- or multiple-cell batteries, unregulated wall adapters as well as solar panels and...

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48V/12V DC/DC for automotive dual-rails offers bidirectional power flows
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48V/12V DC/DC for automotive dual-rails offers bidirectional power flows

LTC3871 is a 100V/30V bidirectional two phase synchronous buck or boost controller, for 48V/12V automotive dual battery systems; it provides bidirectional DC/DC control and battery charging between the 12V and 48V boardnets, operating in buck mode from the 48V bus to the 12V bus or in...

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How Boost Converters (DC-DC Step-Up) Works
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How Boost Converters (DC-DC Step-Up) Works

A look into how boost converters work in a very visual format. Try this circuit: http://goo.gl/nkHq9H How Boost Converters (DC-DC Step-Up) Works -...

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25V, 600 mA buck-boost DC/DC with 1.6 µA Iq
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25V, 600 mA buck-boost DC/DC with 1.6 µA Iq

LTC3130 and LTC3130-1 are synchronous current mode buck-boost converters that deliver up to 600 mA of continuous output current from a wide variety of input sources, including single- or multiple-cell batteries as well as solar panels and supercapacitors. By Graham Prophet @...

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LT8335 – Converter minimizes quiescent current
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LT8335 – Converter minimizes quiescent current

Outfitted with a 2-A, 28-V power switch, the LT8335 2-MHz step-up DC/DC converter from Linear Technology operates from an input of 3 V to 25 V, suitable for applications with input sources ranging from a single-cell lithium-ion battery to automotive inputs. The LT®8335 is a current...

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Build an Arduino boost converter
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Build an Arduino boost converter

Lucas Reed has a tutorial on how to build a boost converter using an Arduino. Have you ever needed to power a project that's not near an outlet? Have you needed to test using different voltages? Are you curious about analog circuits and power? Using Autodesk Circuits and a lead-acid...

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LT8335 – Low IQ Boost/SEPIC/ Inverting Converter with 2A, 28V Switch
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LT8335 – Low IQ Boost/SEPIC/ Inverting Converter with 2A, 28V Switch

LT8335 is a current mode, 2 MHz step-up DC/DC converter with an internal 2A, 28V switch. It operates from an input voltage range of 3V to 25V, suitable for applications with input sources ranging from a single-cell Li-Ion to automotive inputs. The LT8335 can be...

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ATtiny85 Boost Converter
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ATtiny85 Boost Converter

GreatScottLab @ instructables.com build a step up dc-dc converter with the help of ATtiny85 microcontroller. In this project I will show you an efficient and common way how to step up DC voltages. I will also demonstrate how easy it can be to build a boost converter with the help of...

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