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You are looking to design a Window Comparator which requires two Comparators with wired OR output low for detecting UV or OV. This requires low ripple or noise inputs, hysteresis, supply filtering and a good low noise reference voltage for comparing the scaled inputs. Define your spec first using RMS converted to peak. UV detect le
"Supply noise" is a rather unspecific term. To design a filter according to application requirements, you should know what you expect here. In case of AC adapter output with 100 Hz ripple, you e.g. may want to get a smooth DC voltage. Personally, I would avoid long time constants and electrolytic capacitors which cause very long settling (...)
hi folks, my voltage(24v,100A) circuit producing 5v ripple i couldnt reduce the ripple voltage.if i use this voltage my equipment surely ll get damage . so wht i should do now ? how to reduce the ripple voltage ? capacitance in parallel not helping me ?pls suggest (...)
Hi All, I am planning to build a 5v power supply which can provide at least 50A. I found many project on internet that use MOT (Microwave oven transformer) it can produce a lot of current. I am focusing now on the losses and low ripple DC voltage. I am planning to use Pi-Filter to remove the AC ripple (...)
Depends on current rise time, it wont matter for most low power designs electrolytics. but for 0.1uF ceramics, the purpose is for lower ESR and lower ESL. If IC needs one close as per design guide, then it must be close to chip. If you know the track impedance and ripple current, you can compute the voltage drop on your (...)
more info.. sorry , not kidding.. ( beginner alert ! ) input vdc 16.5v - 10.5v lithium battery output needed: dual rail 5v +/- 850ma - 1amp power Low noise ripple for audio preamps search etc and did'nt come up with anything in that input voltage range and output power in both LDO and (...)
I need to decouple two circuit blocks. The spec for the low noise block is 10mvpp ripple max. Adding 3 100uF ceramic capacitors allows me to achieve my 10mvpp spec However this will be a costly solution. I have been advised an RC filter in the power may be effective and simulation with 10R/100uF does look like it will bring me into my 10mvp
A full wave rectified bridge delivers 1.4 x the average voltage to the caps when there is no load. When you have some current limiting series resistors and a 10% preload the unregulated voltage variation can reduce 10 to 20% from 40% or X% where the X% ripple voltage equals the X% drop in average (...)
The SCR bridge can work, but if you want to run the motor at low speed, you better use a variable DC source. AC phase angle control will generate much noise and unwanted torque ripple, and you are running the motor with a small fraction of rated voltage for your low speed application. If you already have the motor, you (...)
Hello. I am looking to buy some 10?F electrolytic capacitors and while reading the datasheet: I can't find any info about impedance or ESR, I do know that I do not necessarily need to know that about this cap. They will be used as general purpose decoupling paralleled wit
Perhaps, but depends on ripple current, ESR and temp. Rise. Details of cct?
Hi all, I am designing a PLL at 1GHz with output tracking the input (no divider). I am using a PFD/CP with RC//C loop filter, and my VCO is a delay-line type ring oscillator. I chose a phase margin=60 degrees, damping factor zeta=1, the loop bandwidth=25MHz, and the natural frequency=10MHz. When I went to Cadence transistor-level (...)
Input filter ESR plays into wallplug efficiency and you may prefer multiple parallel lower value caps for this. In a simple buck your output current runs into the cap for the output-low period and out of it for the high phase, always scraping across the resistance one way or the other for a loss term. You also want to look at ripple (...)
the AC voltage should be rectified and no AC components must be there, how come I still read an AC voltage on its output? Could it be that there are harmonics on the output, and the voltmeter reads them, contrarily to a DC motor that takes the average value of the rectified output? How much voltage are yo
A better Bang for the Buck (intended pun) is to design a low voltage drop linear regulator after the buck SMPS which maintains the constant low voltage drop, while the linear regulator minimizes the ripple and has the benefit of current limit control down zero with wide BW ripple rejection (...)
What is the maximum duty cycle of your buck converter? What are the IR losses in the mosfet and inductor? These two questions give you the minimum voltage that must be maintained at the buck input for the thing to remain in regulation. What is peak DC bus voltage at lowest possible mains and full load? The difference (...)
I think the efficiency of the converter, load regulation and ripple content at the output will get affected beyond the specification sheet values.
Hi, ripple frequency usually is switching frequency. Take care the switcher is not in "burst mode". This is at light loads and ripple is much higher than in continous mode. Additionally the ripple frequency is much lower than switching freqency. I recommend one of the folowing: (top: the most easy way ---> bottom the (...)
I have a cheap Chinese wall wart that is rated at 9VDC/100mA and when the load is 100mA its output is exactly 9VDC with only a little ripple. But without a load its output is close to 18VDC. Its windings have thin cheap wire that has resistance.
What's the duty cycle of your rectangular 500Hz signal? Seems like the bootstrap capacitor doesn't have enough time (or enough current) to charge. What's the voltage across the bootstrap capacitor? It has a high ripple, I suppose. You should try a faster bootstrap diode, a decoupling capacitor across Vcc and a smaller gate series (...)