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LTC3130 Multiple VIN 5V Out Application, Using the LTC4412 PowerPath Controller

Aug 15th 2016
The LTC3130/LTC3130-1 are high efficiency, low noise, 600mA buck-boost converters with wide VIN and VOUT ranges. For high efficiency operation at light loads, BurstMode operation can be selected, reducing the quiescent current to just 1.6µA. Converter start-up is achieved from sources as low as 7.5µW. ...

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LTC3225 5V Supercapacitor Back-Up Supply

Aug 7th 2014
The LTC3225/LTC3225-1 are programmable supercapacitor chargers designed to charge two supercapacitors in series to a selectable fixed output voltage (4.8V/5.3V for the LTC3225 and 4V/4.5V for the LTC3225-1) from input supplies as low as 2.8V to 5.5V. Automatic cell balancing prevents overvoltage damage to either supercapacitor. ...

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Altera Cyclone IV GX Transceiver Starter Kit

Jun 12th 2014
The Altera Cyclone IV FPGA family extends the Cyclone FPGA series leadership in providing the market’s lowest cost, lowest power FPGAs, including a transceiver variant. Ideal for high-volume, cost-sensitive applications, Cyclone IV FPGAs enable you to meet increasing bandwidth requirements while lowering ...

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LTC3625 Supercapacitor Energy Storage System for Data Backup

Jun 5th 2002
This circuit shows a supercapacitor-based power backup system using the LTC3625 supercapacitor charger, an automatic power crossover switch using the LTC4412 PowerPath controller and an LTM4616 dual output μModule DC/ DC converter. ...

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Pushbutton on/off control for battery-powered device, with automatic turn-on when the device is plugged in

Jun 5th 2002
This circuit shows a typical LTC2955-1 application for a handheld device. The 3.6V supply is produced directly from the handheld’s battery; the 12V secondary supply comes from a wall adapter. Both the 3.6V and 12V inputs are connected to the LT3060 regulator input via diode-OR so that either supply can power the system. The ...

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5V Power Ride-Through Application Using Two Series Connected 10F, 2.7V Supercapacitors Charged to 4.8V That Can Hold Up 20W for 1.42 seconds

Jun 5th 2002
The LTC3225 is a programmable supercapacitor chargers designed to charge two supercapacitors in series to a selectable output voltage (4.8V/5.3V or 4V/4.5V) from 2.8V to 5.5V input with automatic cell balancing. ...

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LTC3625 5V Power Ride Through

Jun 5th 2002
In the event of an interruption to the main power supply, the supercapacitors can power the system for up to several seconds. The diode or controller LTC4412 automatically switches the input of the LTM4616 to the supercapacitors if the 5V power is unavailable. The LTC3625/LTC3625-1 are programmable supercapacitor chargers designed ...

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Dual Battery Load Sharing with Automatic Switchover of Power from Batteries to Wall Adapter

Jun 5th 2002
This circuit shows a dual battery load sharing application with automatic switchover of power between the batteries and a wall adapter. In this example, the battery with the higher voltage supplies all of the power until it has discharged to the voltage of the other battery. Once both batteries have the same voltage, they share ...

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Peak Power Tracking Buck Solar Charger Maximizes Efficiency

Sep 22nd 1997
Solar panels are gaining acceptance as a practical means of electricity generation in remote locations, but despite improvements in the technology, solar panels remain expensive. Much of the expense is the panel itself, where the size, and thus cost, of the panel rises with required power output. Maximizing panel performance ...

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