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Lecture_4 - V = 0.7 V Find the value of C needed to keep...

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EE 310 Lecture 4 Filter Capacitors in Power Supplies Lecture 4 Page 1
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EE 310 Lecture 4 Output Ripple vs. Capacitor Size Definitions: Maximum v O Minimum v O P-P Ripple Average V O f Lecture 4 Page 2
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EE 310 Lecture 4 Peak Diode Current Calculations + = R M M D V V R V i 2 2 1 max , π Full-Wave Rectifier + = R M M D V V R V i 2 4 1 max , Half-Wave Rectifier Lecture 4 Page 3
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EE 310 Lecture 4 Power Supply Design Example Turns Ratio N 1 :N 2 C O R 120 V RMS 60 Hz n = 1, R = 2.5 kΩ,
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Unformatted text preview: V = 0.7 V Find the value of C needed to keep the value of v o above 100 V. Also find the peak diode current, i D , max Lecture 4 Page 4 EE 310 Lecture 4 Battery Charger Example Find: i D peak Diode PIV % of time that the diode is conducting V S = 24 V, V = 0.6 V, V B = 12 V, R = 100 Lecture 4 Page 5 EE 310 Lecture 4 Zener Diodes Lecture 4 Page 6...
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