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Here's the Circuit, as shown in fig1, There's Supply from adapter(9.5V DC), there's also a supply from the battery(8.4V Max). Diodes used(D1,D2) are shottky diodes, with a typical drop of (0.3V-0.5V). The problem i was facing was even though battery voltage at given point of time is less than Adapter Voltage(ADPT), At TP3, I was still getting batte
I have been digging through various forums and internet articles searching for a current sensing relay circuit that will activate a low voltage relay when the circuit senses a 120v machine drawing 5 or more amps of power. I have hand drawn a schematic and is attached. My desire is to activate a low voltage circuit by simply "closing" the
you run the risk of frying the igbt - try a relay ... Prefer not to use a relay if possible. If I were to use a relay the NTC has to go on the line side since I have found no PCB mount relays that can handle the DC voltage/current. Not using any off-board contactors/relays. p
Hi, Do you agree that the LLC converter would be more efficient for the above case? Consider synchronous rectifiers in each case. The Buck would be a Dual cascaded Buck so that Duty cycle was not too small?.also, the cascaded method means the downstream buck, that carried most current, can have a lower voltage mosfet with lower rds(on). Wha
what do we mean when we say "current adds up in phase"? For a wire antenna, there's already a current arises from feed source and it causes antenna to radiate, then why we emphasize 'adds up in phase'. It sounds like we use a second source to increase the radiation. Doesn't it?
when I tried to obtain bias point, I didnt manage to keep the circuit working propperly while maintaning the requested resistancies and gain. Common base mode is suitable. It's tricky to adjust bias voltage and current, in order to find a good operating point. Simple simulation using your specs of Rin, Rout. Si
Hello, I am trying to apply an adaptive biasing technique to source the differential pair of the fully differential amplifier, the adaptive biasing source a current of let say Ib under small signal condition. Under slewing or large signal behavoiral this current is increased proportionally to the input difference amplitude. My question, I alr
my current starved vco oscillations are dying out after some nanosecond. what could be the possible reasons? and how to rectify it?
Hi everyone, As part of the course i took in analog circuit i required to design an amplifier with these values: Rin= 52kohm Rout = 53 ohm A=35 gain in db F-3dblow = 400hz F-3dbhigh = 400khz M1= 40db/dec M2 = -20 db/dec Dc supply voltage are : +5 v , -5v Transitors are ntype BJT My idea was using a simple CE amplifier with 2 resis
Hi, The ckt as as draw as attached, is a auto/manual control panel board for pump-motor and trying to configure to run with MCU control auto operation and manual (with start/stop button in board). With the panel here i have included 2 nos relay: Relay-1, NO, parallel connected to START BUTTON and Relay-2, NC, series connected with STOP BUTTON for
hai i have watched a video that display a circuit 1.5 to 220v ac inverter is it true plz must ans me if its
Hi all, I'm working on a design that draws power through USB but needs about 1.5A of current at 5V. Hence I'm exceeding the 500mA limit and need to "negotiate" a higher current from the source. I've read various pieces of USB documentation and I understand a small microcontroller would be the way to do this properly. I'm looking for a solution t
I added a new excitaion signal by importing ASCII file BUt the cst gives this below and suddenly aborts : The current settings will lead to an extremely long simulation time. You may improve the simulation speed by: 1. checking the frequency range and units settings 2. reducing the simulation duration 3. checking the mesh to avoid very s
Hello i am using the two stages amplifier shown bellow into the transimpedance feedback system shown bellow. if the system shown bellow i have miiler capacitor and feedback ressistor how do i break them into the system shown in the end? Thanks. 157371 157372
Hi, Regarding tethered drones such as the LIGH-T 4, which is rated at 1.2kW?. Do you know what voltage the BLDC motor inverters are likely to take?...presumably a lot more than a battery powered drone? Also, do you know what is the kind of power ranges that these tethered drones te
I need help with NIMH Button cell battery I want to Trickle charge this battery for 5 years on my smoke detector alarm stand buy current is 40 mA here is my schematic /circuit I use this is my calculation please tell me if I am right on my calculation 10.4 volt /8.4 volt =2 volt/ 1k8 resistor =1.1 mA Please advise me if you can Thanking you in
Hi guys, I have a schematic of OTA amplifier: 157362 I want to know the W and L that were used to design this OTA. I don't have more information other than the ones provided in this picture. since all transistors are in saturation, I thought about using the saturation current equation to find (W/L) ratio. by assuming
I need a max of 40v and 8a to power my drop down variable power supply. I have old microwave transformers so I removed the secondary and rewound it with 14 gauge wire. I now get 48vac and when I use a bridge rectifier it brings it down to 40vdc. I tried to test amps by hooking up my tester (rated at 20amps) and only succeeded in burning up some jum
Hi guys, I'm trying to design a transimpedance amplifier for optical receiver, based on this acrticle: the requirements: -VDDA=1.8V -Cload = 200fF (the output of the amp loaded by 200fF) -the total gain At=Vout/Ipd = 3000, (Ipd is the current source on the left on the schematic) -BW>2
Hi, We are using the LM5019 for a Buck converter Vin = 60V Vout = 12V Iout = 7mA We notice a spike on the LM5019 drain voltage of 20V in in the attached. This surprises us, as the hi side FET is a N-channel mosfet. (so it should have a diode with cathode connected to vin.) Can you see any reason why we cannot place a sup