Designs (239)

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DC1767A: Remote/Internal Temp Sensor

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

The LTC®2997 is a high-accuracy analog output temperature sensor. It converts the temperature of an external sensor or its own temperature to an analog voltage output. A built-in algorithm eliminates errors due to series resistance between the LTC2997 and the sensor diode.

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DC1789A: Isolated USB 2.0 Transceiver

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1789A is an isolated USB transceiver with isolated power featuring the LTM®2884.

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DC2180A: Dual Negative Voltage Ideal Diode - ORing Controller and Monitor

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 2180A showcases the LTC4371 dual negative voltage ideal diode-OR controller and monitor, in a ?48V, 50A application.

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DC1379A: 3.3V @ 3A, 5.5 ~ 36V in, Inductor On-Chip

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1379A demo board featuring the LTM®8025 µModule® is designed to deliver a 3.3V output from a 5.5V to 36V input. The wide input range of the LTM8025 allows a variety of input sources such as automotive batteries, wall adaptors and industrial supplies.

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DC1477A: 30V @3A (10Vin) @8A (24Vin) @10A (&gt;30Vin)

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit DC1477A features the LTM®4609EV, a high voltage, high efficiency, high density switch mode buck-boost power module. The LTM4609EV regulates an output voltage above, below or equal to the input voltage.

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DC1319B-A: 500mA @ 80V Max, 8 ~ 80V in

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1319B-A/1319B-B is a high voltage and high current LED driver controller. The VIN pin input voltage is as high as 100V, and the LED output voltage is also as high as 100V. The demonstration circuit is assembled as a boost topology from 8V to 80V input and up to 80V LED output at 0.5A with an open-LED status pin (DC1319B-A) or a sync input pin (DC1319B-B).

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DC1645A-B: 1 Cell, 4.2V, 2A Max, Li-Ion/LiPo

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuits 1645A-A, 1645A-B, 1645A-C and 1645A-D feature the LTM8061, a 32V, 2A μModule® Li-Ion battery charger. Operating from a 6.5V to 32V input source, the 1645A-A and 1645A-B demo circuits charge single cell Li-Ion batteries to float voltages of 4.1V or 4.2V respectively.

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DC1663A: 1.2V @ 8A, 1.5V @ 8A, 4.5 ~ 26.5V in

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit DC1663A features the LTM® 4628EV, the high efficiency, high density, dual 8A output, switch mode step-down power module. The input voltage is from 4.5V to 26.5V. The output voltage is programmable from 0.6V to 5.5V. Output current derating is necessary for certain VIN, VOUT, and thermal conditions. The board operates in continuous conduction mode in heavy load conditions. Fo…

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DC1238A: 5V @ 500mA, 36Vin Step Down Regulator

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1238A features the LTM®8021, a 36V 500mA step-down μModule® regulator. The output has been preset to 5V by a single resistor within the LTM8021’s output voltage range of 0.8V to 5V. An adjustable soft-start period may be implemented with the addition of a capacitor at C3. The input voltage range is from 7.5V to 36V for the default operating conditions.

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DC1415A: 25.5W, 802.3af/at POE

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit DC1415A features the LTC4265CEDE, a third-generation Powered Device (PD) controller for Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) applications. The LTC4265 is compliant to IEEE Standard 802.3at. It can handle up to 25.5 W and recognizes 2-event classification.

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