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TI’S EMI-OPTIMIZED INTEGRATED TRANSFORMER TECHNOLOGY MINIATURIZES ISOLATED POWER TRANSFER INTO IC-SIZED PACKAGING

Engineers can shrink their power solution by as much as 80% and maximize efficiency in high-voltage industrial applications with a new high-density, isolated DC/DC bias power supply. Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the first integrated circuit (IC) developed with a new proprietary integrated transformer technology: a 500-mW high-efficiency isolated DC/DC converter with the industry’s lowest electromagnetic interference (EMI), the UCC12050. …

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HOMEMADE INJECTION TRANSFORMER FOR PSU LOOP ANALYSIS

Recently, I have been designing some SMPS and required some hardware to measure the actual loop response of the complete converters. People familiar with this area will probably know this can be done breaking the feedback loop of the converter and injecting a small AC signal and measuring the loop response at the output of …

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High voltage supply (10-30kV) made from CRT television flyback transformer

Old CRT monitor or TV is a great source of electronic components that can be used in DYI constructions. One of them is a flyback transformer that can provide 10-30kV output. The input voltage can be in a range from a couple of volts to over a dozen of volts, power consumption is a couple …

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Raspberry PI Autobot Transformer (Non-Transformable)

Wish that the Autobot Blaster Transformer could play music when you were a kid? Well now you can with this Instructable!ABSOLUTELY NO PROGRAMMING SKILLS NECESSARY 🙂This Instructable shows you how to create a Classic Boombox with a Raspberry Pi. The model that is being used for this project is the Autobot Blaster Generation 1 from …

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