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center tapped transformer

Abstract: center tap transformer 18 0 18 RoHS Compliant 2.56:1 Impedance Ratio Center Tapped Transformer 5-65 MHz Features · · · · · · MABA-007902-CF38A0 V1P Schematic Surface Mount 2.56:1 Impedance 260°C Reflow , Impedance Ratio Center Tapped Transformer 5-65 MHz MABA-007902-CF38A0 V1P Electrical Specifications , :1 Impedance Ratio Center Tapped Transformer 5-65 MHz MABA-007902-CF38A0 V1P Typical , Description M/A-COM's MABA-007902-CF38A0 is a 2.56:1 RF flux coupled step up transformer in a low cost
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MABAES0017 SM-138 MABA-007902-CF38TB center tapped transformer center tap transformer 18 0 18 transformer centre tapped primary center tapped power transformer any centre tapped Transformer center tap transformer 2002/95/EC

center tapped transformer

Abstract: any centre tapped Transformer RoHS Compliant 2.56:1 Impedance Ratio Center Tapped Transformer 5-65 MHz Features · · · · · · MABA-007902-CF38A0 V1P Schematic Surface Mount 2.56:1 Impedance 260°C Reflow , Compliant 2.56:1 Impedance Ratio Center Tapped Transformer 5-65 MHz MABA-007902-CF38A0 V1P , notice. RoHS Compliant 2.56:1 Impedance Ratio Center Tapped Transformer 5-65 MHz MABA , Description M/A-COM's MABA-007902-CF38A0 is a 2.56:1 RF flux coupled step up transformer in a low cost
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centre tapped transformer M513
Abstract: f Z 7 SCS-THOMSON IM e re R J O T ® * ! JM GS-M51212 13W TRIPLE OUTPUT DC-DC CONVERTER MODULE â  â  . â  â  â  â  unit can be supplied either with a center tapped transformer secondary winding or a DC voltage. MTBF IN EXCESS OF 200.000 HOURS 2A OUTPUT CURRENT @ 5V ±12V/0.125A , 11,25V derived by a transformer center tapped secondary. MODULE PROTECTIONS The module is , . Return for Input AC/DC voltage. The transformer center tap must be connected to this pin. This pin is -
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Abstract: be used as a step-up or a step-down. Q: Can / just use one side of a center- tapped transformer? A: Yes. You may use one side of the transformer but you should remember you will obtain only , and non-isolated transformers. A: A DC-isolated transformer is one that does not allow a DC current , and high-end losses of a transformer. A: The general curve for a transformer vs. insertion loss , measure the insertion loss of a transformer? A: The insertion loss is measured on two trans­ formers -
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center tapped transformer

Abstract: Unitrode DN-64 , replenish- In center tapped transformer secondary applications, for example push-pull, half and full , -95122 Figure 4. Center Tapped Application of Improved Circuitry UNITRODE CORPORATION 7 CONTINENTAL BLVD. · , without the added complexity of inductors, switches, transformer windings or even an independent power supply. The circuit shown in Figure 1 exemplifies the need in a transformer coupled, Synchronous , required to prevent the MOSFET body diode from conducting when the transformer secondary voltage reverses
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UDG-95120 Unitrode DN-64 transformer mosfet gate drive circuit secondary transformer dn-64 switching transformer winding switching transformer winding high power DN-64 UDG-95119 UDG-95122

center tapped transformer

Abstract: can reduce the peak reverse voltage of the output (power) diode. In center tapped transformer , added complexity of inductors, switches, transformer windings or even an independent power supply. The circuit shown in Figure 1 exemplifies the need in a transformer coupled, Synchronous Switch application in , the M O SFET body diode from conducting when the transformer secondary voltage reverses. The ba sic , of the main power supply switch on the transformer's pri mary side which causes the secondary voltage
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ELMOS

Abstract: ultrasonic range detection with minimum component count. In transmit mode, the IC drives a center tapped transformer directly. Driver frequency, transmitted burst power and other parameters are user configurable
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ELMOS AEC-Q100
Abstract: detection with minimum component count. In transmit mode, the IC drives a center tapped transformer ELMOS Semiconductor
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ultrasonic driver

Abstract: external micro controller. In transmit mode, the IC drives a center tapped transformer directly. Driver
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ultrasonic driver
Abstract: with a center tapped transformer is directly driven with programmable 30kHz to 80kHz bursts. Supported ELMOS Semiconductor
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coiltronics ctx02-13664

Abstract: CTX02-13664 consuming effort Circuit Operation The LT3439 DC transformer driver has two 1A internal switches which drive each end of a center tapped transformer. The two switches are turned on out of phase at 50% duty cycles. The input voltage is applied across the primary side of the transformer. The voltage on the , adjusted and tested by changing only one resistor. The LT3439 is a DC transformer driver tailored for , division), charge pump activates, pulling V­ pin negative. Conclusion The LT3439 DC Transformer Driver
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LT1964-BYP LT1761BYP coiltronics ctx02-13664 CTX02-13664 LTC3439 CTX02

CTX02-19064

Abstract: CTX02-19065R terminals of the center tapped transformer. Large currents flow through these pins so keep PCB traces short , voltage pulse on the primary side of a center tapped transformer. The diodes on the secondary side , value of the resistor: Table 3 lists recommended center tapped transformers for a variety of input , . Recommended Center Tapped Transformers NOMINAL INPUT VOLTAGE (V) NOMINAL OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V) OUTPUT , /DC transformer driver providing isolated power in a small solution footprint. n The LT3999 has
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CTX02-19065R CTX02-19064 12v transformer winding formula M5613 BAT54C SO-16 LT1533 LT1683 SSOP-20

ZD 410 MF

Abstract: A2XF starting point for transformer selection. This formula assumes a full-wave center tapped transformer, using , TVPicni nppuciYTions Raw Supply Transformer, diode, and capacitor selection for the raw supply to the , resistance to "brown-out" conditions. High secondary voltage on the transformer will cause unnecessarily high , load regulation factor for the transformer Vrect = Rectifier forward drop at 3I0ut Vrip = 1/2 p-p capacitor ripple voltage VRIP « iL3 x 10~3) ('out) 2C Vnom Rated line voltage for the transformer (RMS
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LT1003 LM123 LT1003MK LT1003CK ZD 410 MF A2XF 12 Volt 5A regulator 6.4V ZENER LT10Q3 000MF 3X10-3

LT1003CP

Abstract: LT1003CK . The following formula gives a good starting point for transformer selection. This formula assumes a full-wave center tapped transformer, using two rectifier diodes. Vrms ! ( Vqut + Vpo + Vrect + Vrip) I V2 , CURRENT PATH rrurm. r technology LT1003 TVPicni. nppucmions Raw Supply Transformer, diode, and capacitor , reliability, efficiency, and resistance to "brown-out" conditions. High secondary voltage on the transformer , differential of the regulator *1.1 is a nominal load regulation factor for the transformer Vrect = Rectifier
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LT1003CP LT1003C LT1003M

LM323T

Abstract: LT323AK for transformer selection. This formula assumes a center tapped transformer, using two rectifier , current path Raw Supply: Transformer, diode, and capacitor selection for the raw supply to the LT123A is , "brown-out" conditions. High secondary voltage on the transformer will cause unnecessarily high power , voltage for the transformer (RMS) Vlow = Lowest expected line voltage (RMS) Iout = DC output current *1.1 is a nominal load regulation factor for the transformer /TLinCAB TECHNOLOGY 4-153 LT123A/LT323A LM123
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LT123AK LM123K LT323AK LM323K LT323AT LM323T 5 VOLT 3 AMP regulator LM123/LM323 47B-15

transformer 12 v center tapped

Abstract: output 0-10v regulator formula gives a good starting point for transformer selection. This formula assumes a full-wave center tapped transformer, using two rectifier diodes. Vrms_ ( V °"t + Vm ^ V |* c t + V" ) (secondary each , 4-13 LT1003 TVPICRl RPPLICOTIOnS Raw Supply Transformer, diode, and capacitor selection for , , efficiency, and resistance to " brown-out" conditions. High sec ondary voltage on the transformer will cause , 3) (l0UT) ^ (5.3 X V nom VLow Io u t = Rated line voltage for the transformer (RMS) =
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transformer 12 v center tapped output 0-10v regulator 1003M

LT1003CK

Abstract: LM123 starting point for transformer selection. This formula assumes a full-wave center tapped transformer, using , TVPicni nppuciYTions Raw Supply Transformer, diode, and capacitor selection for the raw supply to the , resistance to "brown-out" conditions. High secondary voltage on the transformer will cause unnecessarily high , load regulation factor for the transformer Vrect = Rectifier forward drop at 3I0ut Vrip = 1/2 p-p capacitor ripple voltage VRIP « iL3 x 10~3) ('out) 2C Vnom Rated line voltage for the transformer (RMS
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LT1Q03

LT1003CK

Abstract: center tapped transformer formula gives a good starting point for transformer selection. This formula assumes a full-wave center tapped transformer, using two rectifier diodes. V qut + Vpo + V rec t + V r ip ) V re c t Vrip V rip , 1003 TVPicfli nppucnrions Raw Supply Transformer, diode, and capacitor selection for the raw , , efficiency, and resistance to "brown-out" conditions. High sec ondary voltage on the transformer will cause
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LT1003

Abstract: LM123 starting point for transformer selection. This formula assumes a full-wave center tapped transformer, using , TVPicni nppuciYTions Raw Supply Transformer, diode, and capacitor selection for the raw supply to the , resistance to "brown-out" conditions. High secondary voltage on the transformer will cause unnecessarily high , load regulation factor for the transformer Vrect = Rectifier forward drop at 3I0ut Vrip = 1/2 p-p capacitor ripple voltage VRIP « iL3 x 10~3) ('out) 2C Vnom Rated line voltage for the transformer (RMS
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CT2522

Abstract: MA15530 TXDATAOUT' and the center tapped transformer should be designed to: (i) Withstand peak transmission , capacitance in conjunction with transceiver and transformer impedances does not reduce ouveraJI input
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CT2522 MA15530 SF 8636 U100 MARCONI MIL-STD-1553B MIL-STD-1772 293-8636/FAX
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