Isolated 2W 24Vdc-to-5Vdc Flyback DC-DC – Reference Design
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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...

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Multi-output Power Supply Based on LM2576HV-ADJ
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Multi-output Power Supply Based on LM2576HV-ADJ

This is a multi-output power supply based on LM2576HV-ADJ and LM317 IC. The power supply provides 3 outputs with input supply up to 55V DC. Output (O1) is adjustable up to 24V DC and load current of 2A, Output (O2) is adjustable to 1.2V-24V with load current up to 500mA and Output (O3)...

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60V to 5V @ 3.5A Buck converter with USB output
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60V to 5V @ 3.5A Buck converter with USB output

This is a 60V to 5V – 3.5A step down DC-DC converter based on TPS54360B from Texas Instruments. Sample applications are: 12 V, 24 V and 48 V industrial, Automotive and Communications Power Systems. The TPS54360 is a 60V, 3.5A, step down regulator with an integrated high side MOSFET....

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Extend battery life with the 60nA quiescent current TPS62840
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Extend battery life with the 60nA quiescent current TPS62840

If you’re looking to reduce quiescent current and extend the lifetime of your system’s battery, then the TPS62840 is the device for you. At an astonishing 60nA of operating IQ, TPS62840 is the world’s lowest quiescent current DC/DC switching regulator. From IoT to smart meters,...

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5 Buck Regulators with Low Iq
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5 Buck Regulators with Low Iq

Low quiescent current, also called supply current, might be an important spec for your power-supply design.. by Paul Rako @ electronicdesign.com Quiescent current is the current that a chip needs to operate even if it’s not delivering power. It’s the bare minimum supply current the...

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3.3V/3A, Wide-Input, Synchronous, Step-Down DC-DC Reference Design
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3.3V/3A, Wide-Input, Synchronous, Step-Down DC-DC Reference Design

The MAXREFDES1048 synchronous step-down dc-dc converter reference design from Maxim Integrated Products is based on the MAX17504, a high-efficiency, high-voltage, synchronously rectified step-down converter with dual integrated MOSFETs can operate over a 4.5V to 60V input. The...

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How the Switching Frequency Affects the Performance of a Buck Converter
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How the Switching Frequency Affects the Performance of a Buck Converter

The buck converter uses an inherent switching action to regulate voltage. This switching frequency can affect the performance of a buck converter,and is thus very important. This application report analyzes the influence of switching frequency on buck converter performance in terms of...

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Maximizing power density and thermal performance in power-module designs
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Maximizing power density and thermal performance in power-module designs

Power-module designs require high power density, excep-tional thermal performance and a full feature set in order to be competitive. One way that power-module designs can meet these needs is with buck controllers with exter-nal metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors...

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