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BATTERY_CHARGER

Published:2009/6/24 22:11:00 Author:May

BATTERY_CHARGER
A diac is used in the gate circuit to provide a threshold level for firing the triac. C3 and R4 provide a transient suppression network. RI, R2, R3, C1, and C2 provide a phase-shift network for the signal being applied to the gate. R1 is selected to limit the maximum charging cur-rent at full rotation of R2.   (View)

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SYNC_TIP_dc_RESTORER

Published:2009/6/24 3:26:00 Author:Jessie

SYNC_TIP_dc_RESTORER
The dc restorer shown supplies a video signal with sync tips clamped to a baseline level. Clamp drive signal is supplied from elsewhere, usually a sync generator or a sync separator.   (View)

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FLYBACK_POWER_SUPPLY_FOR_RADON_MONITOR

Published:2009/6/24 3:23:00 Author:Jessie

FLYBACK_POWER_SUPPLY_FOR_RADON_MONITOR
This blocking-oscillator flyback circuit is an alternative for charging the ionization chamber capacitor.   (View)

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VARIABLE_VOLTAGE_REGULATOR_WITH_WIDE_RANGE_CURRENT_LIMITING

Published:2009/6/24 2:56:00 Author:May

VARIABLE_VOLTAGE_REGULATOR_WITH_WIDE_RANGE_CURRENT_LIMITING
VARIABLE_VOLTAGE_REGULATOR_WITH_WIDE_RANGE_CURRENT_LIMITING

In this circuit,R9 acts as a control to set current limiting。If R9=0,limiting occurs at 47 mA.Input is 24 V, output isdepending on the setting of R6.   (View)

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-100_Vdc_SUPPLY

Published:2009/6/24 1:42:00 Author:May

-100_Vdc_SUPPLY
The combination Hartley oscillator/step-up transformer shown in A can generate significant negative high-voltage-especially if the voltage output of the transformer is multiplied by the circuit in Fig.69-5B. T1 is a small low-voltage filament transformer of around 4- to 10-Vac output, 120-V primary.   (View)

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_GENERAL_PURPOSE_0_TO_30_V_POWER_SUPPLY__

Published:2009/6/24 2:56:00 Author:May

_GENERAL_PURPOSE_0_TO_30_V_POWER_SUPPLY__
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ADJUSTABLE_BIAS_REGULATOR

Published:2009/6/24 2:59:00 Author:Jessie

ADJUSTABLE_BIAS_REGULATOR
ADJUSTABLE_BIAS_REGULATOR

If the wiper of R2 is set at N% rotation,the bias voltage Will be∶This method derives a bias voltage that tracks VBE of this bias transistor. If the bias transistor is thermally linked to the power stage, tracking over a wide temperature range will result.   (View)

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ADJUSTABLE_POSITIVE_REGULATOR

Published:2009/6/24 2:57:00 Author:Jessie

ADJUSTABLE_POSITIVE_REGULATOR
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ADJUSTABLE_POWER_SUPPLY

Published:2009/6/24 2:53:00 Author:Jessie

ADJUSTABLE_POWER_SUPPLY
Using an LM317, this supply delivers 1.25 to 22 Vdc for various purposes. The LM317 should be heatsinked. This supply will deliver 600-mA output current.   (View)

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TRANSCEIVER_POWER_SUPPLY_FOR_VARIABLE_LAB_SOURCE

Published:2009/6/24 2:51:00 Author:Jessie

TRANSCEIVER_POWER_SUPPLY_FOR_VARIABLE_LAB_SOURCE
A variable voltage regulator provides 1 to 11 Vdc for lab bench work,using an existing 13.8-V transceiver supply.   (View)

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ADJUSTABLE_0_TO_5_V_SUPPLY

Published:2009/6/24 2:50:00 Author:Jessie

ADJUSTABLE_0_TO_5_V_SUPPLY
Although linear-regulator ICs are frequently used In variable p。wer-supply applications,they might not always be the best choice,At low output voltages,power losses in these regulators cancause headaches for designers For example,if an output current of 1.25 A is required at 1.25 V from an input of 8 V.a regulator (such as the LT317)dissipates more than 10 W.The figure depicts a dc-dc converter that functionally replaces a linear regulator in the just clescribed application. The converter not only-eliminates the problem of power loss,but it can be adjusted for output voltages (as low as 25 mV)while delivering an output current of 1.5 A.The circuit uses a basic positive-buck topology with one exception,A control voltage is applied through R4 to the feedback summing node at pin of the LT1076 regulator IC,making it possible to adjust the output from0 V to approximately 6 V. This range encompasses the 3.3-V and 5-V logic supplyvoltages for portable and desktop equipment,as well as battery-pack combinations of one to four cells.As R4is driven from0 to 5 V by the buffer (U1),more or less current is required from R2 to satisfy the loop’s desire to hold the feedback summing point at 2.37V. This forces the converter’s out-put to swlng over the range of0 to 6 V.The LT1076 is capable of 1.75-A guaranteed output current In this application,and 2 A is typical.If more current is required,the LT1074 can be substituted for the LT1076.   (View)

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±15_V_POWER_SUPPLY

Published:2009/6/24 2:39:00 Author:May

±15_V_POWER_SUPPLY
A simple bridge rectifier feeds two IC regulators. This circuit should be useful for op-amp circuitry.   (View)

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GENERAL_PURPOSE_POWER_SUPPLY_FOR_AUTOMOTIVE_PROJECTS

Published:2009/6/24 2:38:00 Author:May

GENERAL_PURPOSE_POWER_SUPPLY_FOR_AUTOMOTIVE_PROJECTS
This supply produces 12 V and 5 V for a variety of automotive projects. F4 is connected directly to the alternator field winding (usable only if your car has a separate regulator).   (View)

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CCFL_SUPPLY_WITH_VARIABLE_CONTRAST

Published:2009/6/24 2:28:00 Author:May

CCFL_SUPPLY_WITH_VARIABLE_CONTRAST
The figure is a complete floating CCFL circuit with variable negative/variable positive-contrast voltage capability, based on the LT1182. Lamp current is programmable from 0 mA to 6 mA using a 0- to 5-V 1-kHz PWM signal at 0% to 90% duty cycle. LCD contrast output voltage polarity is determined by which side of the transformer secondary (either POSCON or NEGCON) the output connector grounds. In either case, LCD contrast output voltage is variable from an absolute value of 10 V to 30 V. The input supply voltage range is 8 V to 28 V. The CCFL converter is optimized for photometric output per watt of input power. CCFL electrical efficiency up to 90% is possible and requires strict attention to detail. LCD contrast efficiency is 82% at full power.   (View)

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Power Supply Circuit of Modem User Interface Circuit

Published:2011/7/22 22:02:00 Author:Michel | Keyword: Modem User Interface, Power Supply Circuit

Power Supply  Circuit of Modem User Interface Circuit
The above picture is power supply circuit of modem user interface circuit.The circuit consists of single power switch and control integrated circuit etc.It provides the multiple output voltage, power switch can also use N channels MOSFET of low voltage.The input power comes from different output power of AC adapter or the regualted power of parts of the system.UCC3813-5 is power control device and it controls output voltage via contolling VT1 dutyfactor and it provides reference voltage for inverse amplifier of error signal.UCC3813-5 can realize current control mode and the voltage control method.The biggest characteristic of this circuitis to use a control circuit and a MOSFET to provide two telephones voltage.   (View)

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ACTIVATE_BACK_UP_POWER_SUPPLY

Published:2009/6/24 2:24:00 Author:May

ACTIVATE_BACK_UP_POWER_SUPPLY
ACTIVATE_BACK_UP_POWER_SUPPLY
ACTIVATE_BACK_UP_POWER_SUPPLY

A circuit,which can be built around two TI TL7702 chips, monitors a 15-V power supply and activates a relay to turn on a back-up supply if the voltage drops below±14.1 V. With the back-up in place, the malfunctioning supply can be replaced without any down time. The TL7702 power-supply voltage supervisor chips are intended for use as reset controllers in microprocessor systems, but they work well in their modified form for this application.One chip detects the positive supply (U1),and the other is used for the negative (U2). A pair of output-relay drive transistors,Q1 and Q2 form a wired OR circuit so that relay K1 is activated by the positive or negative voltalge detector that switches U1 or U2 on.The supervisor chips have a direct connection to the input comparator so that the trigger level is set by a resistor-divider network (R1 and R2) at the sense-input pin.These chip also have an internal, stable, reference-voltage source set at +2.53V,typical.The positive-sensed voltage drops enough to activate the comparator, its output goes low,switches the internal gate,and triggers the siliconcontrolled rectifier (SCR).The output comparator then forces the two output transistors (pin 6) turn on the relay driver,Q1.The negative detector is preceded by halt of the dual op amp LM358N (U3a)-an inverting amplifier with a gain of-0.178.R5 connects to the -15 Vdc being sended. The output of U3a is usually set at 2.67 V, higher than the +2.53-V referenCe voltage. Therefore, no switching occurs. If the -15-Vdc voltage decreases, U2 switihes Q2 and activates K1 in the same manner as described for the U1-Q1 positive detector. R3, R4, and R8 through R10 serve as current-ltmtttng reststois.   (View)

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HIGH_EFFICIENCY_TRIPLE_OUTPUT_SUPPLY_FOR_NOTEBOOK_COMPUTERS

Published:2009/6/24 2:37:00 Author:Jessie

HIGH_EFFICIENCY_TRIPLE_OUTPUT_SUPPLY_FOR_NOTEBOOK_COMPUTERS
The circuit is conftgured to provide output voltages of 3.3 V, 5 V, and 12 V. The current capability of both the 3.3-V and 5-V outputs is 2 A (2.5 A peak). The logic controlled 12-V output can provide 150 mA (200 mA peak), which is ideal for flash memory applications. The operating efficiency shown in the ftgure exceeds 90% for both the 3.3-V and 5-V sections.The 3.3-V section for the circuit in the figure is comprised of the main switch Q4, synchronous switch Q5, inductor L1, and current shunt RSENSE. Current-sense resistor RSENSE monitors the inductor current and is used to set the output current accord-ing to the formula OUT = 100 mV/RSENSE. Advantages of current control include excellent line and load transient rejection, inher-ent short-circuit protection, and controlled start-up currents. Peak inductor currents for L1 and T1 for the circuit in the figure are limited to 150 mV/RSENSE or 3.0 A and 3.75 A, respectively.   (View)

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SIMPLE_CODE_PRACTICE_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/6/24 2:33:00 Author:Jessie

SIMPLE_CODE_PRACTICE_OSCILLATOR
With only a minor circuit change, the basic LM3909 oscillator configuration can be turned into a code-practice oscillator.   (View)

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STABLE_VFO_POWER_SUPPLY

Published:2009/6/24 2:31:00 Author:Jessie

STABLE_VFO_POWER_SUPPLY
A dc power-distribution system for a stable oscillator should use a separate voltage regulator just for the oscillator circuit.   (View)

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dc_POWER_SOURCE_FOR_EXPERIMENTS

Published:2009/6/24 2:30:00 Author:Jessie

dc_POWER_SOURCE_FOR_EXPERIMENTS
This supply uses IC regulators to supply +5, +6, +9, and +12 volts regulated from a nominal 12-V supply.   (View)

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