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About Reference Design Library

Instead of searching many manufacturer sites or calling on companies to find and compare designs, now you can search for designs based on the circuit’s performance using Digi-Key’s Reference Design Library.

The Reference Design Library was created in order to:

  • Save Engineers time
  • Deliver ideas, fast
  • Sift through designs based on performance
  • Provide designs conveniently accompanied by their schematics

Visit often as new designs are being added weekly and improvements will be made based on your constructive feedback.

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MC34063LBBGEVB: 1.23 ~ 20V @ 50mA, 3 ~ 40V in

Manufacturer: ON Semiconductor

The MC34063 is a switching control circuit for use in DC to DC converters. With an on board switch capable of delivering 1.5 A, this versatile controller can be utilized in step up, step down, buck-boost, or voltage inverting topologies with a minimum number of components. The MC34063A Series is a monolithic control circuit containing the primary functions required for DC−to−DC converters. These …

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ISL78229EV1Z: 36V @ 12A, 7.5 ~ 12V in

Manufacturer: Intersil

The ISL78229EV1Z board demonstrates the 2-phase synchronous boost operation and PMBus™ functionalities of the ISL78229. It verifies the high efficiency of synchronous boost operation and all the features of the IC including input Constant Current (CC) control, analog/digital tracking, diode emulation, phase dropping, PMBus™ functions, etc. This board has been configured and optimized for the foll…

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DC2007A-A: 0.6 ~ 15V @ 70A, 4.5 ~ 15V in

Manufacturer: Linear Technology

Demonstration Circuit 2007A-A features a PolyPhase® design using the LTM®4630EV, the high efficiency, high density, dual 18A, switch mode step-down power μModule® regulator. The input voltage is from 4.5V to 15V. The output voltage is jumper selectable from 0.9V to 1.8V. The DC2007A-A can deliver a nominal 70A output current. As explained in the data sheet, output current derating is necessary for…

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