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can anyone give suggestions regarding minimising settling time in a programmable current source/sink?
Analog Circuit Design :: 09.07.2009 09:23 :: arup172 :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 703
i want to desing 20mA constat current source/sink circuit. My supply is varying from 2.2 - 3.4 Volts. Can anyone help me to design the same?
how can i maintain constant current throughout this supply range
please help me
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 05.01.2004 10:05 :: niks :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1003
Can i source 15mA current from &4HC126, with dc voltage max upto 3.3V
I dint get this information in datasheet
Analog Circuit Design :: 29.12.2007 02:11 :: saurav_sdpl :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 620
I'm not sure that I've chosen the proper forum section for this topic, sorry if I'm mistaken.
Please explain me what is the "source/sink output" current (how to measure it and how to simulate it using SPICE) of I/O cell? As far as I understand it is just a DC output current via resistor connecting the output with the ground. What I reall
Analog Circuit Design :: 24.09.2008 08:00 :: McSim :: Replies: 0 :: Views: 906
Hi everyone,I want to make a programmable current source (or current sink,depending on a digital signal) to provide me 0 to 10uA,10 bits resolution,but i am a beginner and i don't have a clue...Can anyone help???
Hobby Circuits and Small Projects Problems :: 22.09.2010 04:32 :: johnkaz77 :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 1549
How much current can each of the general purpose I/O pins source as output or sink as input?
PLD, SPLD, GAL, CPLD, FPGA Design :: 13.10.2011 17:13 :: digi001 :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 691
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 (...)
ASIC Design Methodologies and Tools (Digital) :: 18.02.2013 03:21 :: nitint08 :: Replies: 0 :: Views: 339
I need a design hint for a adjustable current sink or current source.
I want to control the current through a solenoid (hydraulic control). The current must be adjustable by a voltage (DAC). It should be a closed loop control. The current is in the range from 50mA to 1500mA. The supply voltage is 28V. It should be a switched mode Design.
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 08.05.2002 05:44 :: HMaier :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 2140
I have to use a constant current,but I'm not sure current source or sink is suitable, what should I take care.
Or which one I can use, and why?
Thanks a lot
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 05.10.2004 05:34 :: chmr :: Replies: 11 :: Views: 8888
Use the PC port to pulse the led.
Control the mark:space ratio to control the brightness
Use the PC port with a D to A converter (but check that the converter can source/sink the required current first).
PC Programming and Interfacing :: 25.10.2004 03:32 :: dunn :: Replies: 7 :: Views: 2041
For Port 0 and 2 in Bus Mode when addressing external memory, you can count on 8mA source at a minimum of 2,4v output.
If you want to deliver outside more than 8 mA you can be sure that the output voltage will significant decrease.
Which is not your goal if you want to keep compatibility with a TTL input which needs minimum 2.0v in order to be re
Microcontrollers :: 05.02.2005 14:20 :: silvio :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 1012
I think it is because there are two more current sources.
Analog Circuit Design :: 25.02.2005 02:52 :: whaler :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 1488
I think 3 bits are basically used for precision you have to source /sink the current based on this 3 bits used for correction in charge pump voltage .
Simple way is to based on the precision source/sink current needed you can mimic your charge pump circuitry carrying small precion current .you can have a resistor based 3 (...)
Analog IC Design and Layout :: 08.03.2005 23:51 :: mady79 :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1338
I need to design accurate 1A current generator to drive 1 to 10 series connected high bright LED from 48V DC source. Any ideas?
Analog Circuit Design :: 07.03.2005 00:28 :: aslak :: Replies: 6 :: Views: 3887
At 8051 the ports don't have a "direction" register like other microcontrollers. If you write 1 at the port line it's the same as setting the port as output in high state or set as input (except port 0). The port have a weak pull up that will source current when it's pulled low by a external load like a resistor connected to ground or a transistor
Microcontrollers :: 16.05.2005 12:44 :: marie65 :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 1526
I am wondering if there is a chip to generate dc current sink in pcb. The nantional LM334 chip can only be used as a current source. Thanks.
Analog Circuit Design :: 18.07.2005 14:15 :: danda821 :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 740
The output of the Parallel Port is normally TTL logic levels. The voltage levels are the easy part. The current you can sink and source varies from port to port. Most Parallel Ports implemented in ASIC, can sink and source around 12mA. However these are just some of the figures taken from Data sheets, (...)
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 06.11.2005 17:58 :: IanP :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 9562
Have a look at these CMOS buffers:
Also, to increase output source/sink current you can parallel CMOS buffers/gates ..
Robotics and Automatics Forum :: 10.11.2005 22:52 :: IanP :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 1022
555 has source/sink current of up to 200mA so you should be able to drive your motor directly from its output (pin3) ..
Option1: you can use 555 in monostabile configuration (see picture below) and adjust time in such a way that the motor does only 1 turn .. Other option will require some sort of shaft encoder build around optocoupler or a switch
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 11.11.2005 22:14 :: IanP :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 822
Be very careful remembering which to use under which conditions, as reading the wrong register is the cause of more than a few beginner program problems. PortD is primarily for controlling the port when it's configured as an output (DDRB == 1) As setting portb will change it from sourcing to sinking curent. When DDRD == 0 (set to input) portD contr
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 08.12.2005 23:19 :: Sceadwian :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 605
Put one NMOS name M4 such this:
M4 source to M2 source
M4 gate to M2 gate and to M4 drain
and add one resistor or some network to prduce constant curent to M4 eg.
one resistor between VDD and Q4 drain
Analog Circuit Design :: 10.01.2006 04:11 :: Davood Amerion :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1208
1. check deadzone.
2. check mismatch and leakage of source/sink.
3. are u sure it's locked? loop isn't unstable?
4. I think PLL need this small phase different keep it in "locking".
Analog Circuit Design :: 09.02.2006 21:49 :: hanjiemy :: Replies: 8 :: Views: 1082
You are right for sinking current you consider Iol and If of the led as for Io source you consider Ioh and also If of the led ( of course with a factor of safty ) but the output of the c mos series will not satisfy the required curent to light the led satisfactorily so use a buffer ( for example a high gain transistr with a resistance in base
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 08.04.2006 15:55 :: mohammad mokhtar :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 2295
Hi, all: please look at the circuit. though there have already labeled the w/l of the transistor Q10 and Q11, I do not konw how to confirm the w/l of Q10 and Q11.
I think the external load resistor RL determines the load current and thus the dimensions of the output devices Q10 and Q11. Assume the resistance of the load RL that is ac coupled to
Analog Circuit Design :: 17.04.2006 21:17 :: wjxcom :: Replies: 9 :: Views: 863
it could be a latchup, but it depends on what's connected to it. If it's I/O is connected to a couple of loads that source/sink a high current and the firmware froze with those I/O active, it could lead to an overheating.
However, you must make sure that the MCU can withstand the environmental conditions it will be in and that it will
Microcontrollers :: 30.04.2006 02:29 :: cyberblak :: Replies: 16 :: Views: 2091
and take a look at "Basic Properties of some TTL Families" ..
If, for example, "0 Level Input Current" for each TTL input is 1.6mA that means that the microcontroller pin can sink more than 4*1.6mA of current if it wants to generate an "L" on these inputs ..
Microcontrollers :: 07.07.2006 21:17 :: IanP :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1980
From the description of your circuit, with a P-channel MOSFET connected to +supply and the 0.1Ω resistor connected to -supply (GND), it looks like you want to source current, not to sink it ..
Could you post the schematic diagram of your circuit?
Analog Circuit Design :: 06.08.2006 21:29 :: IanP :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 3203
Actually, it is easier to build a sinking current source ..
Here is one example based on the PICAXE-08 microcontroller and with slight modifications it can be converted to sink currents of several Amps ..
So, take a look at this example and if you have any comments please
Analog Circuit Design :: 05.10.2006 22:07 :: IanP :: Replies: 9 :: Views: 2555
In theory you are right: 47Ω, 147Ω .. bla .. bla .. bla ..
On the other hand, these values are unrealistically low, so, don't expect these circuits to work with them ..
To give you a hint, if β of contemporary BJT is easily >250 to source/sink its collector current of 1mA you need its base current to be somewhere in ?As region ..
Analog Circuit Design :: 06.10.2006 08:05 :: IanP :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 615
transistor is in saturation ,what prevents it being used as a current source
Analog Circuit Design :: 10.12.2006 08:46 :: deepa :: Replies: 9 :: Views: 1118
by source/sink current calibration or use current mirror to bias the output inverter stage
Other Design :: 05.03.2007 12:15 :: firstname.lastname@example.org :: Replies: 6 :: Views: 6795
Thanks for your input, but looks like the topic was removed.
Do you know other sources for this book?
Analog Circuit Design :: 15.02.2007 02:10 :: dmitryda :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 1394
Generally, it is necessary to use an AMP to drive speaker or headphone, actually there is a Power AMP intergrated into chips (after Audio DACs line out). however if driving headphone load only, the output power is much smaller, it is enough if there is 30~50mA source/sink capbility, exg, opamp.
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 18.02.2007 21:07 :: peterwangyu :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1112
nice to meet you in the same physical/structural limitation corner of application circuits!
What do you think is the right business model to work in this area. I am shure if I would post any circuit solution I will do it for compensation or do it opencircuit. These circuit problems I guess are hard and have found solution which are c
Analog Circuit Design :: 23.02.2007 06:45 :: rfsystem :: Replies: 10 :: Views: 1238
Some kind of integration will always be needed.
If you cannot use an RC integrator, use a DAC and a up/down counter.
As your input signal is high, count upwards high frequency pulses. When the input signal is low, count downwards. The output of the counter is supplied to a DAC. A low-pass filter smoothes the DAC output.
Another way could b
Analog IC Design and Layout :: 13.03.2007 08:24 :: Humungus :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 3255
I am designing one interblock data exchange block to transfer the data between two devices. can any body send some tips and matirials for designing a source and sink to data transfer. i am doing 8 bit serial trensfer. (cmd/bank,address,data1,data2..........cycle wise).only one input and one output.
Network :: 13.03.2007 04:28 :: vijaymails :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 717
A load of a TTL can be a resistor, a capacitor, or a current source. You will refer to a electrical characteristics part of a TTL Datasheet. They specify the test conditions and limits of a TTL.
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 14.04.2007 10:58 :: yjkwon57 :: Replies: 10 :: Views: 1512
hi to all
can anybody tell me what are the sink Current and source Currrent?.../
also what is the value of sink Current and source current of each port of AT89C51..
is it differ from MIC to MIC?
Microcontrollers :: 05.05.2007 07:25 :: popat_panjaru :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 4203
Hello all, I am now designing a differential resistor ladder that has a top current source and a bottom current source. The current that flows through the resistor ladder is 15mA. I know that for the bottom current source, I can use NPN BJT to generate the current. I also know that I could have used PNP BJT to generate the current (...)
Analog IC Design and Layout :: 26.06.2007 18:55 :: chemaphy :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 1309
Curl as its name imply means the vector filed move in
a circular way. In other words the vector form a
circular closed form. The value of the rotor is the
magnitude of the rotation and the direction of the
vector curl-rotor is the axis of rotation.
But also means something else, a non zero curl vector
means the vector field will not have a
RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 12.09.2007 09:05 :: jallem :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 612
Sorry for bad english and stupid questions =)
1. Can i use for current sink and current source in simple LVDS driver one MOS transistor? Or i shall use more difficult current source?
2. Current sink/source shall operate in saturation or triode region?
Analog Circuit Design :: 21.03.2008 09:35 :: Warlike :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 979
Can i use Matlab (Simulink)as data source to FPGAVirtexII pro??
and if so , what can i do ,and what is needed? ,if any materials or any other help ,it will be appreciated
thanks in advance
Added after 11 minutes:
also i have an inquiry ,is it possible to use the Ethernet interface in spa
PLD, SPLD, GAL, CPLD, FPGA Design :: 23.06.2008 17:25 :: m_3aziz :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 1405
In the datasheet of MRF136Y, source is connected to the flange. I am so wondering how to connect the source to ground for this transistor.
I guess the source may be connected to the case-sink. this case-sink may be connected to the heat sink. Is that right idea?
I attach the MRF136Y (...)
PCB Routing Schematic Layout software and Simulation :: 24.07.2008 13:44 :: whitewiz :: Replies: 0 :: Views: 913
ok, you may need a buffer at the end of yur pipeline to balance the source/sink bandwidth. The depth of the buffer will depend on the source and sink's bankwidth characteristic.
ASIC Design Methodologies and Tools (Digital) :: 19.09.2008 00:42 :: yx.yang :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 757
I am looking for a bandgap current reference circuit (0.5u n-well process) to use it as a current source for biasing circuits. My understanding is that if a reference source is temperature independant it can also be considered process(corners) independent as many process parameters change with temperature?
I came across this circuit
Analog IC Design and Layout :: 18.01.2009 09:15 :: kishore2k4 :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 1034
I am not in love with that circuit. I think you will have some trouble around +/- 0 ma out. If you are going from a + current output thru zero to a - current, Q1 will turn off when its base voltage is getting around +0.6 volts, but Q2 will not start turning on until its base current is around -.6 volts.
If you search the litterature, I think
Analog Circuit Design :: 07.06.2009 19:52 :: biff44 :: Replies: 8 :: Views: 9488
What kind of gate drive circuit do you use ? for PWM inverters you must use a dedicated IC like IR2110, 2113 which can charge/discharge MOS-FET gate very fast. if you used a simple circuit like in modified sine inverter, with just one transistor and resistor for chare/discharge, this is the result.
there are other options too, like fast optocoupl
Power Electronics :: 26.06.2009 02:41 :: cristivasilache :: Replies: 6 :: Views: 8113
I'm happy if anybody can help me.
I designde a circuit ,when i get the chip ,I find my bias have problem.
So I need a 10ua current source to setup the circut.
How can i get the cuurent,use res,cap........
Analog Circuit Design :: 01.12.2009 21:59 :: sxb416 :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1659
The average forward drop of a Red/Gren LED is 1.2 Volts.
A Pic can source/sink ~20mA from an I/O pin.
So, if you plan to drive a standard led from a 3V supply at ~20mA, your series resistor would be:
(3 - 1.2) / 0.02 = 90.
So a 91R or 100R would be the value to use.
Microcontrollers :: 22.12.2009 20:11 :: btbass :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 1999
I found a voltage-controlled current sink as following:
For the sake of convenience, the circuit schematic in the article is copied and pasted here as Figure 1 below.
I'm not sure whether I could replace the "power supply under test" with the "armature winding circuit" as shown in the modified figu
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 03.01.2010 17:40 :: powersys :: Replies: 11 :: Views: 2823