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Hy I am designing a power distribution board using the OR-ring topology. The board has to carry about 34A per contact ( and 140A in the common nets. In order to route the power nets I have used a copper pour area in all the 4 layers. I plan to use 70um copper for both external and internal layers. (...)
Hi, I am Trying to build a BLDC motor controller with the PIC18F4431 MCU. My plan is to use the six step sensorless trapezoidal commutation. Complementary and unipolar PWM, to be precise. The reason I chose this is to use synchronous rectification instead of simplt using the MOSFET intrinsic diodes. This means that, at any given time, both MO
Hi I have a situation of low GSM signal indoor and I need to amplify it I have seen some boosters availble but I wanted to know is it possible to amplify gsm signal using active GSM antennas ? I have some active antennas gor GPS and GSM and they have LNA inside my plan is to use these antennas and (...)
Hi, I want to test an LNA IC. I want to use supply of 0.7V and make it as low noise as possible. I plan to use a 6V lead acid battery and then use a voltage regulator as follows Can anybody suggest better ways? The lab power supplies that I have make the noise figure 1dB worse.
Different touch sensor designs are more or less sensitive to 50 Hz hum and high frequent noise. So you should describe your touch sensor setup thoroughly. I guess, grounding the power supply output would help against both possible interference sources. If you plan an isolated power supply, an Y-capacitor would at least (...)
I have taped out a chip for low power ECG acquisition. I have to plan to test the chip when it comes back. Regarding the same, I would like to have some information about the test set-up used for the testing if the chip. What are the instruments used for the testing -company and instrument number, specs Whether the input ECG (...)
Are you asking if you need something between the power supply and the motor? If it's a 12VDC motor you can safely apply the 12V power supply across it. If by ignore the transistor and resistor you mean you don't plan to use them then that would be an issue. The Arduino pins cannot source or sink anywhere (...)
I am looking to create a bluetooth wireless variable speed motor that can be that can be controlled from a phone. The pcb needs to be about 3cm (or smaller). How would I go about doing this? I plan on using a AAA battery to power it.
Do you plan to power a turbine via fluid flowing from the tanks? The fellow in the video forces water from a hose into his homemade turbine to spin it at high speed. This is one way to do it, as long as you have tools that allow precise work. To build a spinning armature requires that you be able to balance it, center the axis, etc. His gadget lo
You will want to specify the Voltage and current of the LEDs and power source available to amplify the signal. and drive the LED current to control brightness. 12-24V is a wide range. Do you mean 12~14V? Do they have electronics included for fixed power?
How do you plan to convert the 3V to 9V efficiently? Is 3V the MPT operating voltage (max power transfer) or the open circuit voltage and short circuit current at max solar input power? I assume you phone uses 9V input down to 6V? Is that a Lithium rechargeable 9V cell? I think a 1N4100 (not IN4100) is a 7.5V zener (...)
I plan on using the qflowl for design exploration, but I need power and/or energy numbers for this task. Does anyone know of a FOSS tool for power analysis?
I would like to replace a USB 3.0 connector with a circular connector and I am not sure how I should go about actually verifying that the new connector has sufficient signal integrity. I want to do this because I need to add more power to a device and only want to use a single removable cable. My plan is to get a custom USB (...)
If you aren't going to add internal power plane layers and assign one of them to the GND net, then you'll have to add a plan or poured region or set of traces on the bottom layer and define them as connected to GND. Do you have an account on the Altium forum? In the PCB layout, since you don't have an (...)
I have been working a little bit on a hobby project of mine involving inductive power distribution. I have never done anything like this before and before I hook things together I would like to avoid blowing stuff up. I plan on powering between 1 and 3 inductive loads (i.e. hand-wound (...)
Hi every one .. I plan to design small GPS trucker using GPS reciver and gsm modem (sim900) with pic18f microcontoller , in my prototype board , every thing work fine but my question: what is best alternative way for removing 1000uf in power supply section for the modem ? it so big , almost all parts in the pcb is small expect the (...)
hey everyone, i am working with an LTE network deployment so i have to plan in terms of different propagation losses. the chosen propagation model is COST-231 model however, i have no idea how to derive the data rate, antenna gain, path loss, noise power. all these things have values and i do not know how to work with them. any help (...)
Please, I have a transformer with a 10V x 100mA secondary. I plan to power an MCU based project with it, but my problem is: 10V is much more volts than I need, I plan to power my circuit with 3.3V at most. and 100mA of current is too low, I need more. So I'm wondering: is there a way to reduce the volts (...)
Due to limited selectivity of the RF filters, RF gain can't be arbitrarily high, otherwise off-band components could cause amplifier and mixer overload. So if you plan higher RF gain, you have to check that the signal is keeping the linear range in every part of the receiver. When we said that the RF amp has input power (...)
Dear All, I am planning to implement an MPPT algorithm for solar powered battery (Lead Acid, 12V, 7Ah) charger. The solar panel is a 50W one. At peak power it can give 18V and 2.78A. It has a Voc of of 21V and Isc of 3A. I have some querries regarding the design I plan to do, which are: (...)
ADS ships with everything you need. Just open a new schematic and select Insert > Template... then select and place the HB2ToneSwptPwr template. Drop your LNA into the schematic (with necessary voltage sources) and set values for RFfreq, fspacing and in the Sweep plan set the input source (...)
The power pins will be added in the encounter tool at the floor plan step.
In a 20-Amp power supply, use the thickest conductor available, and connect the marked points by screws to a thick aluminum chassis. Also make sure the grounds in the AC input and DC output connectors are connected this way.
Hi all, I plan to build this power supply: I'm going to add 4 more LM338 to decrease power on each item. 4 Heat sinks: Fisher SK 88 with 2 x 12V fans, and a dedicated power supply for LCD panel meters also. Length: 250 mm H
Im going to do aproject to design dc energymeter using dspic in C The sensed V & I is multiplied to get power and energy is calculated ADC is needed. plan to take 10 sample in 1sec Has to Dsiplay energy using LCD Which all things has to take care & where to start? im in a starting trouble.. suggestions plz..
With slight modifications and the use of proper power PNP transistor this circuit should perform the way you plan:
Hi tpetar what type of batterry do u suggest that we be 0k, am try to change to 2x12v duty cycle battery with 200AH You dont have appropriate battery bank for 1,5KW and battery voltage bank is not good for that power. This is theoretical calc : 200Ah / 24V = 63A 200Ah / 63 = 3,17h (battery bank should not b
hi all i currently doing a project portable sound recorder as it portable i plan to use 2 AA batteries to power it and since i will using compression to store more recorded sound, the DSP have to be fast so how does one goes in choosing a suitable respective DSP to suit their criterias? like for now i plan to use a 16 (...)
Hello! I have to plan the layout, cabinets, structure and power supplies of a new electronics laboratory for a company. We have already the components, power supplies, scopes, etc. The laboratory will mainly be used for testing, prototype assembly and development of electronics from low voltage to 400 (...)
In order to achieve good battery life in solar systems' battery charging should be temperature compensated but how to achieve it? I am new in power field so please suggest methods and technical papers about it...
The step by step procedure to set the batter power notifications:- 1. Open power Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Security, and then clicking power Options. 2. On the Select a power plan page, next to the (...)
even with such short lengths at 50cm you would think its necessary then yes?? Any need fo extra caps on the far power supply lines?? Thanks
Hi all..... I am now learning the Place and Route using SoC Encounter version 9.1. But the document given with this version is compatible with the earlier version (Version 8.1). So, some of new tool functions are not described properly in this document. E.g. in the document there is an extensive use of Synthesize power plan option whereas
May be used a parallel connection between internal power supply and battery (eventualy small resistor for current limiting). In this way power supply keep charged battery, and feed power to circuit. If battery is externaly charged or have a separate charging circuit, may use a diode (2 or 3 in series) to (...)
I'm wondering if it's possible to generate an image of a specific macro via IC Compiler. Specifically, I'd like the image to show the placement of the pins and the power mesh. I know that floor plan images can be obtained via the gui_show_map command, but this gives the entire partition. I'd like to get an image of a macro (...)
Take a step back and ask what attribute of the solenoid you are trying to control. Current? Voltage? Position? Flow? Get your mind right about feedback. There's plenty of options for power switches, drivers and so on. But these are only the nuts and bolts, and I don't see a plan.
On flexibile conductive tape, conductive wires are special copper alloy to keep resistance low and get more flexibility. How do zou plan to fix this to battery? with glue? Every wire is resistive, best conductor is gold, but :roll:. If you need battery connection to supply some consumer with power, latest you need some resistive wire (...)
quite large question! well, personally, I never used the synthesis power plan, but always power planning-add stripes command and I clean up my floorplan manually before a double check in calibre or other DRC signoff tool. A good floorplan is made when: (...)
What power you need? What batteries you plan to use? and how much? What is voltage of batteries ? What sinewave shape do you need : square, pure sine, simulated sine Is there solar cells for charging? What type of charging of batteries you plan ? Is portable or stationary inverter ? What money funds do (...)
can anyone recommend me a power meter module that able to interface with PIC ? Currently i am doing a final year project and plan to add one more feature to my project that is reading power consumption of home appliances. So i am looking for the power meter module that able to interface with PIC in order to (...)
One think I will say is that, get a laptop cooler if you plan to use the laptop for a long time. You can get the fanless ones like the one I have - Thermaltake T3000 or you can get the ones with fans that run off the USB port (I don't like this as this drains battery power). I can use my laptop for hours straight on and there's no problem. (...)
Also, be aware that: - Motors need quite much current/power. If you plan using a voltage doubler made of diodes and capacitors, it will likely not work - A power amplifier (linear amplifier) will be very little efficient, and thus wasting power a lot. - The most efficient - but also most (...)
hi, can you recommend any good book on power planning regards, sathish
im trying to find a couple of decent 12volt DC push/pull solenoids. i don't have a ton of money to spend, so im asking for suggestions where i should look. i have a 12 volt motorcycle battery charger for the DC power source, and a 4 channel 12volt DC remote control which I plan on using for the on/off switch.
Hi. My guess is that other pwm IC's is more suitable to do this. Anyway, the datasheet tells you how to increase voltage and power output using external transistors:
Hi all, I plan to build a brushless driving card for a small milling machine or 1500 W. V rail: 340 V power: 1500 W Average current : 5 A Should my part of schematic work to drive half bridge for U or V or W? More precise questions to follow if this draft is right...... Components used: - Onsemiconductors MC33035 - Fa
Also you need to plan below things, 1. How many power/ground pads you have? 2. How many signal pads you have? 3. Do you have any pads only for testing purpose? 4. What type of package ? -Dinesh
Hi I have design with two power domain, A domain always on and B on-off domain. I am struck at Floor-plan stage, please let me know what are the floor-plan command has to follow. Encounter version 8.1 Thanks and regards, Gangadhar Naik,
I am thinking about using an 18F46k20 microchip. This is a low voltage pic, and it does mention that the voltage on any pin is to be -0.3V to (VDD + 0.3V). I would plan on using a 3.3V power supply for this application. I also have a MPXV7002GP pressure sensor I would like to use. The output voltage on this is from 0.5 to 4.5V, which (...)