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Power converter for negative output voltage apps

Posted: 10 Jun 2014  Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Industrial control equipment  programmable logic controllers  sensors  amplifiers  multiplexers 

Industrial control equipment such as programmable logic controllers, I/O modules, mass flow controllers, and various other sensors and supporting systems use analogue components like amplifiers and multiplexers that operate on negative supply voltage. Typically operating at ±12V, ±18V or other variations, these voltages are generated from a 24V DC bus. Maxim's portfolio of high-voltage synchronous buck regulators offer 50% lower power loss allowing customers to operate their equipment 50% cooler. In this application note, we discuss techniques to use these synchronous buck regulators to generate negative voltages.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by Maxim Integrated Products Inc. at www.maxim-ic.com as "How to Use the MAX17501 and MAX17502 for Negative Output Voltage Applications".





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