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Pulse converter circuit using MAX726

2016-01-17 02:38  
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This article describes the use of a pulse converter  MAX726  circuit diagram. This circuit is not new, but it proved so useful, simple and cheap, it is worth building. Enter the information based on the selected microcircuit MAX726ECK (MAX724ECK) beginning in the choice of standard components to obtain the necessary output voltage - 6.5 v maximum output current of the converter 1.7 one, but will not remain blocked. Wide input voltage range of micro-circuits can feed the camera in most cases, where there is constant stress between 12 and 36 V. The output voltage is installed between very wide limits distributor r2 r3, it is sufficiently accurate to support the microcircuit. And R2 and R3 in kilohms equal to the output voltage in volts, in addition to R3 = 2 k2. In our example - 2 k2 4 = 6 for k3 (6.5 V). The circuit is very simple, I hope for your help. Finished converter

Input information are the following: it is necessary to ensure the stable nourishment of camera from the gel storage batteries. Consumption of camera: 6,5V 1,2The input voltage of nourishment – 12 volts.

We look the diagram:

Diagram of [devaysa]

For the power source the pay (it was drawn into DipTrace), was eliminated, which appears as follows:

Pay, form from the stern

And so that the converter would not be heated, it was planted on the large radiator, find at the far away back streets. Less than the radiator I simply did not find… By the way, on it with the nominal load OF MAX barely it is heated.

[Ogromennyy] radiator

 

 

 


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