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How to Use ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) in AVR – Atmega32

Using LM35 Sensor and Atmega32 ADC to measure Temperature Analog to digital conversion is generally needed whenever we deal with a sensor that produces an analog output (for example: LM35 temperature sensor), which is the case for a wide range of sensors. When dealing with such sensors we have to convert the analog signal coming …

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SEPIC/Ćuk converter sprouts second output

Many applications require positive and negative supply voltages, with only one voltage requiring tight regulation. This Design Idea describes a dual-output, hybrid SEPIC–Ćuk converter whose positive output voltage can be lesser or greater than the input voltage. The unregulated negative output is a mirrored replica of the positive output. To find out the output voltages …

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Efficient Low-Cost Solar Energy Converter

Researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and the Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique have invented a new device to store solar power while the sun’s not shining by converting it into Hydrogen. Although many current methods use the same approach to store energy, but this device rivals them in stability, efficiency and …

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LTC3106 – 300mA Low Voltage Buck-Boost Converter with PowerPath and 1.6μA Quiescent Current

Features Dual Input Buck-Boost with Integrated Power Path™ Manager Ultralow Start-Up Voltages: 850mV Start with No Backup Source, 300mV with a Backup Source Compatible with Primary or Rechargeable Backup Batteries Digitally Selectable VOUT and VSTORE Maximum Power Point Control Ultralow Quiescent Current: 1.6μA Regulated Output with VIN or VSTORE Above, Below or Equal to the Output Optional Backup …

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LTC3815 – 6A Monolithic Synchronous DC/DC Step-Down Converter

Features 2.25V to 5.5V Input Voltage Range ±1% Total Output Voltage Accuracy Over Temperature at VIN = 3.3V or 5V Single Resistor-Programmable Output Voltage PM Bus Compliant Serial Interface: Programmable Output Voltage Margining: Up to ±25% VOUT Range with 0.1% Resolution Read back of Average and Peak Temperature, Current, and Voltage (25Hz Refresh Rate) Fault …

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2A, 70V SEPIC/Boost DC/DC converter with 7µA Iq – Electronics-Lab

  Features Low Ripple Burst Mode® Operation: 7μA IQ at 12VIN to 5VOUT Output Ripple (<10mV Typ.) Dual Supply Pins: Improves Efficiency Reduces Minimum Supply Voltage to ~1V after Start-Up to Extend Battery Life Wide Input Voltage Range of ~1V to 60V (2.5V to 32V for Start-Up) PG Functional for Input Supply Down to 1.3V …

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