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Subject: Re: DC/DC Converter - Charge Pump

Date: 05/30/00 at 10:46 AM
Posted by: Vorel
E-mail: Info@vorel.com
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In Reply to: DC/DC Converter - Charge Pump posted by Roberto Casas on 05/30/00 at 3:31 AM:

The LT1610 will produce 50 volts DC at your needed current from a 2 volt source.

See linear technology website for data sheet.

If you are using this voltage as an excitation source for a bridge or sensor you will need to be very careful with filter caps and their location in relation to the DC/DC converter I/O pins.

If your application is a simple one there are many choices in inverters by a handful of mfgrs.

Do a search on www.thebighub.com with the search term "dc to dc converter" and you will get a ton of hits.

Good luck and follow application notes to the letter as converter performance is very dependant on layout and interconnect integrity.

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