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Subject: circuit doesn't draw current from supply

Date: 04/23/03 at 12:13 PM
Posted by: Rounak
E-mail: nazriar@yahoo.com
Message Posted:

I have designed a DC-DC converter to boost 2V DC to 12V DC. I want 2.5A at the output to obtain 30Watts of power. My 2V Power Supply can deliver upto 15A of current. But my circuit is drawing very little current from the supply. As a result, I am getting very small current at the output, so getting power only in mW range. I am using pure resistive load right now and I have varied the load from several ohms to many KOhms. But the power output remains more or less same. How can I get more current at output so that my power output increases?

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