I need to isolate my circuit from the power source of 5V dc. Since this is for medical use, and the device is powered by USB, the isolation needs to be at least 4kVrms, 5mm clearance, 8mm creapage ...
Suppose I have a DC/DC converter that's rated for 2250VDC isolation for one minute. If I put two of these devices in series, making sure to maintain proper clearances on my PCB, do I get an effective ...
I'm creating a box that will have an external TTL trigger. I want to isolate my box's power/ground from that of the triggering device. Obviously, an optoisolator is the way to go (eg. PS2502). ...
I have an isolated DC-DC convertor which boasts a 1.5kV isolation. I have a PCB made along with the additional components it requires. How can I test it?
Can I chain two isolated DC/DC supplies together for a higher output voltage? (Say, a 48V and a 12V to get 60V?) They'd be fed from the same 24V DC source. I've asked a related question before ...