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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by linnix, Aug 10, 2007.

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  1. linnix

    linnix Guest

    OK, here is my plan:

    A 7V @ 20mA booster from 5V, powered by USB.

    While connected, it will be charging a 6V battery.

    When disconnected, the battery will be dropping from 6V to 4V

    The output will be boosted and regulated to 30V @ 1mA. This should be
    enough to run the quad op-amp LM324.

    Notice that the single stage Larkin booster can deliver higher
    current, while the dual stages Hyde booster can deliver higher
    voltage. The Hyde booster has a nice smooth transient curve and less
    noisy as well.

    Be patient with the links, it takes a few minutes to load and run
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