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• Yesterday, 17:17
Hai sir i don't have confusion as you said . I know ohmic or linear or triode region is the low resistance mode of the MOSFET operation. Where the...
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• Yesterday, 12:01
Thanks , But then Is the MOSFET works on cutoff and Ohmic region ? or cutoff and stauration region?
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• Yesterday, 04:38
How can i attain in ohmic / Triode region ? As per the data sheet The Vds should be in the range of 2.5volt for the ohmic region. and Vgs is 5volt...
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• 16th January 2020, 15:49
confused a little :-? Mesuare the Vds when it ON it gives 12mv and 10.5mv for V1 =12v and V1 = 10 respectively .
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• 15th January 2020, 17:40
And Comonly what type of protections are required for a MOSFET.
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• 15th January 2020, 15:29
I am intrested :thumbsup:
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• 15th January 2020, 14:53
If Vgs is 11volt and Vds is 10 volt it saying that Ohmic region . As per the ohmic and saturation region the plots shows no diffrents why so . ...
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• 11th January 2020, 13:41
Then is correct My aproximation?
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• 11th January 2020, 12:59
Consider this only for learning purpose . I am Choosing N Channel MOSFET 90NF03L https://www.st.com/resource/en/datasheet/stp90nf03l.pdf As...
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• 11th January 2020, 04:49
I am stauding the MOSFET caharcterstics , May I get a Desgin for a MOSFET based Switch for ON and OFF . with least resistance and maximum...
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• 10th January 2020, 13:45
It charges ,The Boost coil is the secondary of the Transformer ,That is the Tehniuqe
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• 7th January 2020, 17:33
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• 7th January 2020, 16:17
Hello Can you suggest some of MCU for the same project s. Thanks
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• 6th January 2020, 15:25
Hello , I have an inverter, In which has a H-bridge connected to a low frequency Transformer (230volt /7.5 volt) . Here the Inverting function...
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#### Quantifying the value of wide VIN

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-Excerpt from E2E TI Blogs -
When designing a power supply, one of the challenges designers often face is dealing with voltage transients. It is important to protect circuitry from voltage spikes greater than the rated input voltage (VIN) of the integrated circuit (IC). When dealing with voltage transients, designers have a choice between using a DC/DC converter on the front end of the system with a wide-enough input voltage range to cover any transients, or a lower VIN DC/DC converter with