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need switching power supply schematic

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khanh

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switching supply schematic

brothers,

I'm going to make my own switching power supply. Does anyone have schematic ? any help is welcome ! :)
 

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schema switching powersupply

Go to https://www.powerint.com/

You'll find there a lot of design ideas, applications, tutorials and wizard to calculate transformer.
 

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switching power supply schematic

Why don't you try a single chip solution like max638 from maxim?

https://pdfserv.maxim-ic.com/en/ds/MAX638.pdf

Maxim has many chips like this, depending on the current you wish

There is no need to invent wheel from the beggining. Try something ready to use :)
 

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30 a switching power suply schematic

you can try L296. it's 5 to 40v 4A regulator chip but in app note there is a design 0v to 30v. it has adjustable current limiting, soft start, ttl level enable input.

and also another design based it published at elektor ...
 

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you can try L296. it's 5 to 40v 4A regulator chip but in app note there is a design 0v to 30v. it has adjustable current limiting, soft start, ttl level enable input.

and also another design based it published at elektor ...
 

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schema switching supply luxeon

I looked at www.powerint.com
Great site ! I'm very happy :D
The others are very useful
 

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