Power converter for negative output voltage apps
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.
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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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