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Subject: Re: Designing current source?

Date: 10/26/03 at 9:14 PM
Posted by: Jem
E-mail: Jemidar[AT55]hotmail.com (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
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In Reply to: Re: Designing current source? posted by Russ Kincaid on 10/26/03 at 5:19 PM:

You can also try Micrel (MIC4576BT), or Linear Tech (LT1074). Both are very simple buck regulators, and have built-in pass transistor. I have used the Lt part, and it is quite stable. I assume the Micrel part would do just as fine. You set the OP voltage buy using a couple of 1% resistors.

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