Rarely Asked Questions No. 190: Adjustable High Voltage Power Supply Combines Accuracy and Repeatability for Sensor Biasing Applications

By: AD Lionel Wallace, Field Application Engineer | Jason Fischer, Application Engineer | Ben Douts, Field Application Engineer question: Is there an easy way to create a high voltage supply suitable for sensor biasing applications? Answer: Of course, just use ICs with integrated precision feedback resistors. Introduction Adjustable high-voltage power supplies that provide high-precision output […]

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Will the installation direction of SMPS inductors affect the radiation?

Author: Keith szolusha, application director of ADI company gengyao Li, application engineer Frank Wang, EMI Engineer The EMI radiation spectrum generated by switching mode power supply (SMPS) is a function of many parameters, including thermal loop size, switching speed (voltage swing rate) and frequency, input and output filtering, shielding, layout and grounding. One potential radiation […]

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Will the installation direction of SMPS inductor affect the radiation?

Author: Keith szolusha of ADI company, application director | gengyao Li, application engineer | Frank Wang, EMI Engineer The EMI radiation spectrum generated by switching mode power supply (SMPS) is a function of many parameters, including thermal loop size, switching speed (slew rate) and frequency, input and output filtering, shielding, layout and grounding. One potential […]

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Unusual problems issue 190: adjustable high voltage power supply has both accuracy and repeatability, which is suitable for sensor bias applications

Author: ad company | Lionel Wallace, field application engineer | Jason Fischer, application engineer | Ben douts, field application engineer Question: Is there a simple way to create a high voltage power supply suitable for sensor bias applications? answer: Of course, only IC with integrated precision feedback resistor is needed. brief introduction It is difficult […]

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