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MAX487CPA/SN75176BP RS485 IC gets too warm (in DMX Splitter circuit)

Brief I built part of the scheme below (input K2/IC5, optocoupler IC9 and output IC6/K3). IC9 is overheating when I connect LED pars to K3, because voltage is flowing back into pin 6/7. If I connect ...
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What can happen with the PCB foil while SMD resistor destructive overheat?

I need to protect the gate driving circuit by putting the resistor between the gate and the control circuit: During the testing of the mockup MOSFETs can go be destroyed which leaded to high voltage ...
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Overheating of LM1117 SOT223, 5v-3.3v

I'm having problems with my design. I put the schematic here, maybe someone can find an error that I didn't find yet. EDITED[I forgot the schematic, sorry...] The microcontroller, dsPIC, has the ...
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Why are DIMMs not equipped with a heat sink like a CPU?

I know that a DIMM is composed of a set of chips that contain control logic managing the decode and prefetching memory operations. According to a product specification, I found that newer RAM works at ...
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DIY Induction Heater failure - MOSFET overheat

I saw this video about DIY Induction Heater and I decided to make it by myself in order to learn something from this project. After finish wiring everything, I connect the power supply and heard/saw ...
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LM2586 - Inductor Heats Then Burns

I'm designing a step-up constant current source to drive LED strips (nominal load voltage is about 54 VDC). Requirements: Vin: 18..32 VDC Iout = 0.2 A Vout = 54 VDC (nominal) - 57 VDC (maximum) ...