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About Reference Design Library

Instead of searching many manufacturer sites or calling on companies to find and compare designs, now you can search for designs based on the circuit’s performance using Digi-Key’s Reference Design Library.

The Reference Design Library was created in order to:

  • Save Engineers time
  • Deliver ideas, fast
  • Sift through designs based on performance
  • Provide designs conveniently accompanied by their schematics

Visit often as new designs are being added weekly and improvements will be made based on your constructive feedback.

Newest Designs

DC1830B-D: 20 ~ 60Vin, 5A 4-Cell LiFePO4, Solar Charger with Maximum Power Point Control

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

The Demo Board DC1830B-D is a battery charger controller with maximum power point control (MPPC) featuring the LTC4000-1. MPPC extracts near maximum power from high impedance sources such as solar panels, wind turbines or fuel cells. MPPC is achieved by means of an input voltage regulation control loop. This board should be connected to a front-end DC/DC power supply for a complete charger solution.

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TPS565208EVM-858: 1.05V @ 5A, 4.5 ~ 17V in

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The TPS565208EVM-858 evaluation module (EVM) is a single, synchronous buck converter providing 1.05 V at 5 A from 4.5-V to 17-V input. The TPS565208 is a single, adaptive on-time, D-CAP2 mode, synchronous buck converter requiring a very low external component count. The D-CAP2 control circuit is optimized for low-ESR output capacitors such as POSCAP, SP-CAP, or ceramic types and features fast transient response with no external compensation.

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DC1830B-C: 20 ~ 60Vin, 5A 4-Cell LiFePO4, Solar Charger with Maximum Power Point Control

Manufacturer: Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Demonstration circuit 1830B is a battery charger controller and PowerPath manager with maximum power point control (MPPC) featuring the LTC4000-1. MPPC extracts near maximum power from high impedance sources such as solar panels, wind turbines or fuel cells. MPPC is achieved by means of an input voltage regulation control loop. This board should be connected to a front-end DC/DC power supply for a complete charger solution.

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