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Maciel
Maciel
2/8/2013 1:42:29 PM
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Power Suply
In some applications the apex of the project is in the power supply, that will be responsible for everything to work correctly, following parameters we already know, efficiency, and stable output voltage with a current source capable of meeting the need of our equipment-product.

The sources with linear transformers and retifcadores are leaving the market, especially if the equipment is exported to other countries where the voltage variation 110V or 220V is allowed.

The solution is more efficient switching power supplies. So to our readers and users which topology you use in source their equipment and the type of circuit switcher for sources?

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