PWM Vs Current

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YAGman
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PWM Vs Current

Hi, my first post.

I was going to post this to the other form (cp) but they have some sort of posting rule.

This link about regulator efficiency was just too good not to share.

Enjoy,

http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slyt440/slyt440.pdf

MixoMaxo
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hi, welcome and ty for sharing ...so we r the second choice right? xD

I'm sleepy, will read it later, I need 130% of my brain capacity to understand an english technical article xD

what about try of summarize it in 3 lines? Silly

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Current regulated gooooood (except for tint shift), (low) PWM baaad (especially runtime on low)

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Vectrex wrote:

Current regulated gooooood (except for tint shift), (low) PWM baaad (especially runtime on low)

love ya, that's MixoMaxoproof, ty xD

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YAGman wrote:

Hi, my first post.

I was going to post this to the other form (cp) but they have some sort of posting rule.

This link about regulator efficiency was just too good not to share.

Enjoy,

http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slyt440/slyt440.pdf

 

From my understanding they don't like sales links to Chinese Sites Manafont DX etc.

 

People demand freedom of speech to make up for the freedom of thought which they avoid.