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AC/DC

2018.04.05

Board Layout and Summary

This time, we shall present an example of board layout for this design case study, and give an overa...

AC/DC

2018.03.08

EMI Countermeasures

Up till the previous section, we have explained the selection of major components and calculation of...

AC/DC

2018.02.08

Selecting Critical Components: Output Rectifying Diode D4

This time, we will explain selection of the output rectifying diode. Output Rectifying Diode D4 Th...

AC/DC

2018.01.11

Selecting Critical Components: Output Capacitor C5

An output capacitor, in conjunction with an inductor, forms an LC filter to smooth the output voltag...

AC/DC

2017.12.07

Selecting Critical Components: Current Sense Resistor R1

This is the third section on “Selecting Critical Components”. In the example circuit, a ...

AC/DC

2017.11.09

Selecting Critical Components: Inductor L1

In this second section on "Selecting Critical Components", we explain methods for selecting inductor...

AC/DC

2017.10.12

Selection of Power Supply ICs and Design Examples

We have completed a review of basic operation relating to the design of non-isolated AC/DC converter...

AC/DC

2017.10.12

Selecting Critical Components: Input Capacitor C1 and VCC Capacitor C2

In the previous section, the IC to be used in design was determined, and so we immediately move on t...

AC/DC

2017.09.07

Overview of Design Examples of AC/DC Non-isolated Buck Converters

In this chapter, as our second installment in the series on AC/DC converter design, we take up desig...

AC/DC

2015.09.03

What is Buck (step- down, non-isolated) system?

Figure 25. Buck system (in continuous mode) “Buck” means voltage step down. The buck converter is a ...

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