|Apr 13, 2004, 03:27 AM|
Switching power supply.....Wich chip DIY?
I am looking for a neat stup-up converter that will convert 12 to 16 volts, (to use my Sheldon charger for 3S lithium packs from 12V car battery). I have a simple chargepump right now, but am looking for a neat IC based scheme.
Can anyone help me out ?
|Apr 13, 2004, 09:49 AM|
Austin, TX, USA
Joined Feb 2001
There are many to choose from. I would start with Linear Technology; they have a good range of chips and good apps data. Look at linear.com; look for power/ switching regualtors/ boost controllers/ ; look for one with the specs you need. For example, the LT1619 is easy to use. The data sheet tells how to select values. Digikey.com usually has parts.
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