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DC-DC boost converter for low voltage application

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hi,

I need a low voltage dc-dc boost converter circuit for solar panel application.

maximum voltage= 2V
maximum current= 380mA
 

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Hello!

I would like to reply, but there is no question.
And there is no indication whether 2V is the input or the output.
And in either case, the other voltage is missing.

Dora.
 

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Thanks for the reply..

2V is the maximum output voltage of the panel and input voltage will start from 0V.

I need the circuit design of the converter..

thanks
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hridz
 

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Hello!

There is still no question in your post. Could you please formulate a clear question?
How do you want us to know if you are looking for a place to buy one, for the type
of a converter corresponding to various specs (that by the way are missing), etc...

You want a converter, and I am talking about the converter, so let's say clearly:
In = input of the CONVERTER
Out = output of the CONVERTER

What I was asking is:
In this case, In = 0 ~ 2V
Out = ???

Current = ???

When you know that, you can go to https://digikey.com and choose your converter.
Beside this, you will not find any converter that converts from 0 V. It will start at, say,
0.8 ~ 0.9 V (maybe less, that's just an order of magnitude).

Dora.
 
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