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The main problem is that the virtual ground isn't designed to source or sink DC current. Loading it with the processor supply current would cause severe inbalance.
Hi, Is there anyway to detect when a sink device has been switched / selected. There is pin 19 hot plug detect but I presume that is only when a source device is powered or connected? So if you have a monitor or TV with multiple sources is there anyway to detect which port has been selected without all the handshake data? Many (...)
hi i want to design a 12 volt and 5 volt power supply from 16 volts..i'll use two regulators LM7805,LM7812 my question here should i put the regulators after a single bridge or use double bridges , one for each regulator , how to calculate power dissipation and sink used note that am using single ac source thanks
Vdd supports 15V Logic and 3 Terminal regulators will source current but not sink any, hence if the LDO output is pulled up, it doesn't take much current to do so. However the driver chips indicates. Vss Logic supply offset voltage w.r.t. COM = Vcc -25 & V + 0.3 and Iqdd Quiescent for Vdd supply current = 30 uA max. - meaning it s
GBW product of most Op Amps are low, so use unity gain. ESR of LED is low ( 15 Ohms ) so emitter resistor should be low ( 100 ) Then to make constant current sink use feedback from emitter or FET source instead of OA output. e.g. I would design this way THen the BW is limited only by the Op Amp's max BW at low gain. [ATTACH=CONFI
There are many ways to implement a LED Matrix. 1) Use Discrete Transistors. source transistors (This includes PNP Bipolar and PMOS MOSFET Transistors) and sink transistors (This includes NPN Bipolar and NMOS Transistors) 2) Array Driver Integrated Circuits. source (UDN2981 - 8 Channel 500mA source Drivers) and (...)
See the answer in your other thread about positive (source) and negative (sink) output currents.
CAN transceivers are also generally designed to be quite robust - they have substantial amount of current source/sink capability, and output short circuit protection. They are capable of handling the dominant/recessive bit battles on long cable lengths without incurring damage. Some of them have significant ESD and overvoltage protection built
schmit trigger in his post #4 explained the concept of power supply which can source current to the load or sink it from the load. Single transistor on output can only source current or sink it and not both.
Please specify purpose like switching speed, direction, current source and sink capabilities, etc. Analog Devices have a very good range of isolators. Link
Lets leave apart the the solenoid, motor etc. etc. The problem is if the MOSFET is overloaded, only the MOSFET should blow, not the driver! Destruction of the driver insists something else... 1. I don't see any series gate resistor to limit the inrush sink/source current from the driver. 1R2110 can handle only 2A current. First and foremost, inser
The datasheet for the Cmos 555 ICM7555 from Intersil has graphs showing the typical output current. It can source only 2mA (but its minimum current might be only 1mA) and sink 10mA (or a minimum of 5mA) when its supply is 3V from two brand new AAA alkaline cells then you will watch the LEDs dim even more as the battery voltage drops to 2V. The Cmos
It should not be possible because it looks like an Push/Pull output driver which can source or sink 4mA. You would need an A/D converter input or an universal digital/analog I/O. Enjoy your design work!
I don't think you have a variable current source, although Rs should limit the current to something less than 1.5A Is the LED well heat-sinked?
You did not say if the circuit must source 2mA or sink 2mA. You also did not say how accurate the circuit must be. In Google Images there are hundreds of constant current circuits. Simple ones are simply one transistor, a zener diode and two resistors.
If its a digital IC, then the output will have two states, High (Vcc) or Low (0V). So if you connect a load between the output and Vcc, the IC will have to sink the current. If you connect the load between the output and the 0V line, the IC will have to source the current. You look up the sink and source currents from the (...)
1. It allows a trickle charge current through to the battery even when the regulator has shut down. It also makes it think the battery is fully charged if it is disconnected so the regulator automatically shuts off when no battery is present. 2. It allows the IC to 'sink' but not 'source', it can drop the voltage at that point by making it's outpu
Energy by default flows from source to sink. Only at RF we consider reflected power and measure it. It is not the case at DC nor mains AC. Maybe rikotech8 is asking about measuring energy flow in power grid where exists more than one energy source? Who knows?
Hi Shera, You can assign the two ends as source and sink.
I think your current sources Iin1, IDSS1 & IDSS2 source current, but they should sink it, i.e. they should be reversed. Check the bulk voltages at nodes 3 & 5 !
Reference: LPC2478 Datasheet, Section: Table 9. Static characteristics, Page 55 They can sink -4mA or source 4mA with VDD @ 3.3V. However, they have a maximum short circuit current capacity of -45mA and 50mA, not to exceed the total current rating of the device.
Your description of the existing circuit is rather unclear and can be hardly related to IVC102 specification. The term "reset the photo diode" needs clarification. If the photo diode generates 100 ?A DC current, the respective shot noise will be probably the dominant noise source. At worse case, the current sink will produce a similar noise amou
The simplest way to describe them is: source current: provide positive voltage sink current: provide ground Depending on the device the output driver can be a push-pull configuration in which there are two switching devices (high side/low side) or an open collector/open drain stage in which there is only a single switch
Why sink & source options are given in a VFD and in a PLC ?
Dear all After going through the datasheet of atmega 329 i came across a sentence which states that "As inputs, Port E pins that are externally pulled low will source current if the pull-up resistors are activated". What is the meaning of that sentence. If it is acting as input it should sink the current right? How can it source the (...)
No. The 7805 can only source current not sink it. If you place a load such as a simple resistor between the 10V output and the 7805 output (your virtual ground) what will happen? The 7805 output will be pulled up as it has not ability to sink current. Keith
Use a npn transistor or FET as a current source
You can refer to USB Spec. Terms and AbbreviationsDevice Endpoint A uniquely addressable portion of a USB device that is the source or sink of information in a communication flow between the host and device. See also endpoint address.
A device is in tristate mode when its output is disabled or turned off, resulting in very high output impedance. It doesn't source or sink current, and in this way the circuit behaves as if the device isn't even connected. A common implementation is when you have multiple devices connected to a common circuit, or bus, such as a data bus in a d
Do you observe the high current with LPC2148 hold in reset? If so, it's most likely an internal damage of the device (e.g. a GPIO cell) because all GPIOs pins are tristated in reset and can't sink or source current.
hello what do the IOL/IOH stand fo in the datasheet? is it the cuurent that the ic can sink an source?
sg3524 is open collector sg3525 is totem poll sink n source ilke uc3844
what is your igbt part number ? However a little hot temperature is normal but you can use heat-sink for cooling that. Temperature build by Ic
MC74AC14 (ACT14) - sink source is 50mA and it is hex part. So take 2 outputs and parallel them.
I agree to most explanation details, except for: Opamps can pull up or down (source or sink current). Many comparators sink current only. They rely on some external means to pull the output positive when the output is off. Only moderate speed comparators can have open collector/open drain without detoriating performance. All really
The totem pole can both sink and source current, whereas the SG3524 output can do only one - sink or source. So, you have to rely on a resistor to do the other. If you configure the SG3524 output to sink current, you rely on a pull-up resistor to source current. If you configure the SG3524 (...)
Hello, We have a 700mA current source which we designed. It drives Banks of LEDs or resistors fine. However, when we try to use the TTi "LD300" electronic load as a dummy load for our 700mA current source then it doesnt sink current from the 700mA current source. Why is this? TTi LD300 electronics load:
Some parameters don't fit at all, causing failure of the overall circuit. You e.g. have a 100 A current source in the photovoltaic element model but an output resistance that doesn't allow more than mA. The BJT might sink 1 or 2 A according to base current limitation, etc. Instead of making us guess about reasonable parameters, you should bett
I'm involved with the design of "buck converters" that source or sink up to 1200 A for battery test. Of course this isn't an absolute limit. (A new instrument generation is air cooled, too) P.S.: If we are talking about reasonable current range for a single phase buck, we'll possibly end up with a few 100 A. But it will most likely utilize para
By using a H-bridge and a suitable PWM scheme (synchronous 2-level or 3-level switching), four quadrant operation will be achieved "automatically". In simple terms it means, that you are generating a variable bipolar voltage that can both source and sink current.
For low power, a power MOSFET and a decent heat sink with a source sense resistor would do. You can put the V and I on panel meters or datalog them; some data logging software will let you build "gauges" to display stuff.
UPF 2.0 LRM where source and sink options being explored where user can write the power-intent with the help of supply-sets. It is seen that for set_isolation (UPF command which is used to specify isolation strategy) and set_retention (UPF command which is used to specify retention strategy) commands, source and (...)
Hi; It depends on your input source and load imp. ie you have a weak source (it can drive small ampunts of currents), then you need to design a cct (ie buffer or amplifier) that source should sink small amount of current so that don't disturb the weak source. On the other ahnd ie you want to drive 1kohm (...)
congrat. by the by would you please help to do the same thing for porta?...actually i want to know how a led will turn on by PA4 pin. Make the pin an output pin by writing 0 to TRISA4. Now you have to keep in mind that RA4 is open-drain. So, it can only sink current but cannot source current. So, for controlling
What are you going to drive? You can use one NPN/PNP transistor if you need to only sink or source current. If you need to both sink and source current, you can use a totem-pole driver made with one NPN and one PNP transistor. Hope this helps. Tahmid.
EDI used the SDC file to know the clock source. EDI defined function of the technology node (setDesignNode), the MaxSkew, the sink/MaxTran, the delay, the period and from the library the cell could be used. All of these parameters could be changed by this command: "specifyClockTree -update { AutoCTSRootPin * MaxSkew 400ps} (as example) [COLOR="s
Hello friends, Can anyone help me figure out hwo to solve the issue with the DPBSK demodulation block. I am running into issue with that. I am not able to achieve and demodulated signal at the FFT sink. I am able to see that the signal is being received at the USRP source but there is some problem which i am not able to figure out after the sig
I'd like to create a 8x8 LED matrix using the smallest number of pins of my 8051. It'd be great to use two shift registers, one for rows and one for columns but it doesn't seem possible because according to my understanding shift registers can only source current, they cannot sink current. How is this possible? I'm open to alternative so
Hello All, Say I want to drive a large capacitive load with a buffer. Say the buffer is a 2 stage op-amp and I am restricted to using only a class A output stage (for arguments sake). Being that this leaves me with the choice of either a common-source amplifier or source-follower output stage, which would be the most effective at driving
The interrupts are inputs TO microblaze? As in there is an external interrupt source and microblaze is the sink for 9 seperate interrupts? You could of course do the following: You wire-or the 9 interrupt inputs, the result of which is a single interrupt line going into microblaze. And you conveniently also read in the 9 lines as GPIO. So you hav