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RD-171 LM5001: +/- 5V @ 250mA, 10 ~ 30V in

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

A very low noise differential power supply for split rail systems requiring low noise +5V and -5V (higher or lower voltage is possible). This design is fully isolated and capable of floating to over 500V differential from Vin to Vout (higher is possible).

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DC1453A: 1.8V & 3.3V @ 4A, 4.5 ~ 28V in

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1453A features the LTM®4619EV, the high input voltage, high efficiency, high density, dual 4A step-down power module. Derating is necessary for certain VIN, VOUT, and thermal conditions. The two outputs are interleaved with 180° phase to minimize the input ripple and reduce the input capacitors.

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STEVAL-ISA050V1: DDR2/3 Supply

Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

The PM6641 demonstration board is a monolithic voltage regulator (VR) module with internal power MOSFETs, specifically designed to supply DDR2/3 memory and chipset in ultramobile PC and real estate constrained portable systems.

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XRP7714EVB-DEMO-2P-KIT: 4 Chan, 4A, 4.5 ~ 25V in

Manufacturer: Exar Corporation

The XRP7714EVB-DEMO-1, XRP7714EVB-DEMO-2, and the XRP7714EVB-DEMO-2P demo boards are complete, working, four channel, power systems measuring either 2”x2”, or 2”x2.5” capable of delivering over 35 watts. They provide 3.3V, 2.5V, 1.8V, and 1V at a maximum of 4 amps per channel. The 2.5V, 1.8V, and 1V supplies can be adjusted in 50mV increments, and the 3.3V supply is adjustable in 100mV increments.…

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ADP5053-EVALZ: 4Ch Buck, Up to 4A, 4.5 ~ 15V in

Manufacturer: Analog Devices Inc.

This user guide describes the hardware and software for the evaluation of the ADP5051/ADP5053, including detailed schematics and printed circuit board (PCB) layouts. The ADP5051/ADP5053 evaluation board combines four high performance buck regulators and supervisory in a 48-lead LFCSP package to meet demanding performance and board space requirements.

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PMP7993.2: ±5 @ 100mA, ±15V @ 50mA, 7 ~ 32V in

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

This Flybuck reference design uses the LM5017 buck regulator to generate four isolated outputs: ±15V@50mA and ±5V@100mA. The regulation is done on the primary side, and thus no opto-coupler is needed. The overall load/line regulation for each output is within +/-5%. The input voltage range is from 17V to 32V. It's suitable for applications requiring multiple positive and negative bias voltage rai…

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LMR24220RB: 3.3V @ 2A, 1.2V @ 1A, 1.8V @ 1A, 5 ~ 32V in

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The LMR24220 Multi-Rail reference board implements an extremely compact solution. It is designed to convert from 12V or 24V rails down to typical point-of-load voltages of 3.3V, 1.8V and 1.2V. This design utilizes an LMR24220 Nano Regulator and two LMZ10501 Nano Modules to demonstrate a complete solution for space constrained multi-rail applications.

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ADP5050-EVALZ: 5 Ch., 4.5 ~ 15V in, Buck/LDO

Manufacturer: Analog Devices Inc.

This user guide describes the hardware and software for the evaluation of the ADP5050/ADP5052 and includes detailed schematics and printed circuit board (PCB) layouts.

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DC1582B-A 50-400mV Ultralow Input Voltage Boost

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration Circuit 1582B featuring the LTC3108 is a highly integrated DC/DC converter optimized for harvesting and managing energy from extremely low input voltage sources such as thermoelectric generators (TEG). The step-up topology operates from input voltages as low as 20mV.

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DC1280A: +12V @ 0.3A, -12V @ 0.2A, 4.5 ~ 10V in

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1280A is a dual output converter featuring the LT3471EDD in Boost and Inverter configurations. Both converters are powered from the same 4.5V to 10V input source. The Boost converter puts out 12V at 300mA and the Inverter -12V at 200mA. The demo circuit demonstrates small size and low component count.

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