[time-nuts] Linear voltage regulator hints...
alex at pcscons.com
Thu Dec 11 21:30:01 EST 2014
look for the book "The art of electronics" from Paul Horowitz and
Winfield Hill, they describe how to design excellent electronic
circuits, including power supplies
On 12/11/2014 4:37 PM, xaos wrote:
> I don't know if this is the right time to ask this but here goes.
> I have started a design for a linear power supply for the Beagleboard
> 5V 5-10A. Over-Voltage, short circuit and temp protection.
> Very low ripple and HF noise.
> I have been watching this thread and I am still not sure
> what device would give me what I want. I am not as good as
> some circuit designers here, to design a PS
> via discreet transistors. Dr. Bruce Griffiths comes to mind.
> He would probably do this with his eyes closed.
> So, I need to use a regulator chip.
> The TI TPS7A4700 looks great but it can only supply 1A.
> Any other candidates ?
> I am sorry if I am somehow asking an obvious question.
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