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Learn the basics of linear regulators such as low-dropout (LDO) linear regulators and single-ended primary inductor converter (SEPIC) switch mode ICs, including their features, benefits, and topologies.
Learn about three main types of system faults: voltage, current and temperature and the fundamentals of power protection.
Find out how the EE-Sim Online Design and Simulation tool can select a DC-DC converter that meets your application requirements.
Learn how to calculate the quiescent current of a nanoPower synchronous boost converter to extend the battery life of low-power portable applications.
How to Get Started Using the EE-Sim OASIS Simulation Tool to Accurately Simulate Your Circuit Designs
Discover how to simulate a circuit using a switched-mode power IC using Maxim Integrated's EE-Sim OASIS Simulation Tool. It includes over 150 power reference design to copy, modify, and simulate.
Advantages of using a No-Opto Flyback Controller over Optocoupler Flybacks for Isolated Power-Supply Designs.
The MAX17690 is a peak current mode controller designed specifically for the isolated flyback topology. By operating in discontinuous conduction mode, it does not need an optocoupler for voltage regulation.
Understand the advantages and trade-offs of pulse-width modulation (PWM), pulse-frequency modulation (PFM), and discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) when operating with small load currents.
Find out how Maxim Integrated's Smart Power Selector™ technology allows system power to be maintained, even while charging a battery in a deeply discharged state.
Create a more compact, well-regulated and efficient power supply for space-constrained applications by using a no-opto isolated power solution.
EE-Sim automatically creates a circuit schematic based on your requirements, saving you precious design time and resources.
Protect your circuit design from over-currents by adding a programmable current limiter.