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Integrated Analog and Digital Power Supply for Remote Sensors

April 14, 2014 // Horst Huse, iC-Haus // 0 comments

Integrated Analog and Digital Power Supply for Remote Sensors Download White Paper 978Ko

Industrial encoders, optical sensors or laser modules are supplied via long lines with 24 V. This can vary +/-50% and have glitches/noise. In high-precision sensors analog circuits supply voltages have to be as glitch-free as possible and working with microcontrollers on different supply voltages or drivers switching >100 mA. A DC/DC converter hybrid architecture provides an optimum solution to the supply needs of the analog and digital parts of sensors.


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