August 17th, 2012
The TDA5140A yet embody an Uncommitted Transconductance Amplifier (OTA) that can be appled as a control amplifier. The output is adequate for directly driving an external power transistor. The TDA5140A is built for systems with low current consumption, there are: use of I2L logic, adaptive base drive for the output transistors, likelihood of using a pick-up coil without bias current. [...]
August 15th, 2012
A: Apply momentary ground to reset hours to zero.
B: When using the MTH6 with inductive loads, we recommend installing a suppression diode across all coils.
C: Terminals 4 and 8 may be grounded on negative ground power supply.
D: Alternator must be equipped with a tach terminal (auxiliary AC terminal).
E: Connecting full battery potential to terminal 9 can cause damage
to the switchgage. Shutdown circuit is rated for 300 mA continuous. Circuit grounds out at set point. [...]
August 14th, 2012
The laser driver circuit diagram shows the schematic of an IC-NZN application, an all-purpose laser driver circuit. It operates from 3.3 to 5.5 V and can drive N, M, and P-type laser diodes with or without monitor diode. The latest generation of all-purpose integrated laser driver solutions supports switching frequencies up to 155 MHz and laser currents up to 300 mA. [...]
August 10th, 2012
By controlling the size of the resistor in one of the four filters the frequency could be adjusted. In order to get the correct size signal, the we must use a potentiometer to be placed to the one of the resistors while also measuring oscilloscope’s output. This will be used to know what size of resistor should be worked at 60Hz. [...]
August 8th, 2012
The schematic diagram shows NCP1034 demo board which is designed with many options. You can see such a linear regulator which has function for powering the IC with Zener diode, compensation circuit of second or third type, ceramic or electrolytic output capcitors and various input capacity. [...]