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Why system energy is equal to 1/f?

I am studying Intel speed shift. I see a slide: Reference I don't understand, why the green line 1/f means system energy, I think more performance should need more energy as the red line (compute ...
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Supercapacitor as PMIC Storage Element

I'm currently trying to design a system that incorporates an ADP5092 which can use a supercapacitor as the storage element but I am also considering other similar PMIC chips so this is more for ...
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Battery Management Controller

I designed a wearable with a 3.7V Li-Po battery (381018). Everything worked good at the begining and now after 6 months I realize some circuits are not charging anymore. For what I understood when I ...
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Powering down parts of a pcb to conserve power, is it possible? Any caveats?

I'm building a USB 2.0 bus-powered STM32F429-based audio device that is able to run in a stand-alone mode from a phone charger, or running as a USB device when connected to a computer. To comply with ...
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Is it safe to daisy chain extensions cords?

I recently set up a soldering station on my old desk in the corner of my room. However there are no power sockets near there so I had to daisy chain two extensions cords to deliver power to my solder ...
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Magnetic induction with varying rpm: Dealing with excess energy

I would like to get some advice regarding the following scenario: I want to build a cheap, small generator for an energy harvesting application. There are magnets on a rotating shaft and off-the-shelf ...
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Setting register values over i2c from Linux (managing power on a PocketCHIP)

TL;DR - I need to set the contents of a register on a power management IC over I2C from Linux running on an SBC. I've found the datasheet for the IC, but I don't know how to use the information in it ...
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Powering ESP32 LDO or Buck converter

im designing an ESP32 system with three haptic drivers. Description of the system: 3 Drivers: 3.3 V 15 mA ESP32-pico-D4: 3.3V Sleep mode: 50 mA Active mode: 150-300 mA Antenna: Compact Reach XtendTM ...
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space constrained, cost constrained; super capacitor UPS decision paralysis

I am currently in the process of evaluation of options regarding Super capacitor UPS designs. The requirements are simple, find the most effective solution to keep alive 5V supply line for ~20 ...
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Battery management for 12-24V motors

We have 4 12-24V motors which we want to connect to a 14,8V battery. Two of the motors are position controlled (M3 and M4, see figure) and will not draw much current as they will mainly be stationary. ...
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Power switch in electronics in europe

Are there any requirements towards user electronics working in europe stating that they need to have on/off switches? I am asking especially regarding networked devices. I have seen a lot of unmanaged ...
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The single-power-button logic of the cell phone [closed]

As known the cell phone has a single power button (most if not all), long press of it can power on the phone or choose to turn off the phone in the UI (my phone is Samsung). I wonder how is it ...
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Reverse Voltage Protection the same as Reverse Current Blocking?

I have been searching for an power management IC for my circuit but i noticed that Reverse Voltage Protection and Reverse Current Blocking are both a separate feature. Logically speaking i think they ...
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What make TEA18362T by NXP to work upto 75W?

I am planning to develop SMPS for 24V-4A using TEA18362T, but according to datasheet it useful up to 75W output power. Even online design tool by NXP works up to 75W. Is it possible to design and get ...
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PCB design, where to start? [closed]

I am working on a project that requires a power management board. I use a solar panel (or a wind turbine,) a battery and a Raspberry Pi that uses a 4G hat. I need a board that manages the power source,...
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Pros and cons of a output discharge of a power distribution switch

I am looking at a current limited output switch tps2061 and some variation of this part has a output discharge. Based on the datasheet page 16 this discharges the circuit when disabled or in UVLO. I ...
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Looking for a button-controlled on/off PMIC akin to those in laptops [closed]

I'm designing a circuit for a custom event console (SMPS', chip reader, screen, controllers, NFC,..) which I would like to power on/off in the same way a laptop or tablet is powered on/off (hold ...
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Do I need a full BMS or just protection circuit?

I'm planning on building a custom battery powered speaker, and am quite new to rechargeable batteries. My amplifier needs 5V, so I thought I would put 2 18650 batteries in series, and use a step down ...
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Quiescent current on OFF/ON controller ICs seems high

I want to improve an existing OFF/ON circuit in a project I have. Why do most off/on controller ICs have such a high quiescent current (approx 6 uA)? Their sole purpose is to manage an off/on battery ...
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what is the best power management system (DC -DC)?

I would like to create a low-power management system (DC-DC Boost converter)to power up to two systems. The power management system will take a power input that changes from time to time and make sure ...
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How should I implement a USB-C Power Mux Circuit with Enable?

I'm designing a device which can be powered by DC IN or USB-C. The USB-C is a DRP, so it may be tasked either with sinking or sourcing power. The DC IN may be between 5V and 20V, so from here I'll ...
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Simultaneous charging and powering device for DIY project (12v)

I'm planning to build a DIY Raspberry Pi tablet powered by three 18650 li-ion cells. I want to be able to use the device and charge the batteries at the same time, like it's common for tablets. Here ...
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Working of -12V buck-boost supply using LM2576

I want to make a -12V supply and I came across a circuit using LM2576 that match my requirement but I am not confident enough about its working. There is a note in the datasheet page no-16, ...
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how to calculate hysteresis resistor value TL431

I'm creating a small ESP32 based robot controller board. Partially as a self learning experience (mech engineer, self taught on eletrical front but this is for hobby use :P) and partially because it ...
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Two IP5306s one Battery

I have a circuit which provides power to an SOC and charges a battery when needed. For this, I have chosen to use two IP5306s. The reason I use two of them is because of the "feature" it has ...
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Supply interchanges between AA batteries in series and solar panel

I want to supply my product that has a sleep consumption of 40uA and an elevated consumption of 200mA during standard use. I want to use the solar panel to supply the 40uA during the sleeping time and ...
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Multiple voltage level on multiple rail using ORing PMIC

I have two voltage rail that i would like to have 4 different voltage levels 0v, 5v, V1, V2. where V1 and V2 are anywhere from 6v to 60v. The two voltage rail can have any of the voltage at any time. ...
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Boost converter voltage drop

I used both the TPS610986 and TPS61291 boost converter in order to power a load that consumes around 200mA in both situations (TPS610986 powering the load then use the TPS61291 to power the same load)....
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Power management controller with multiple inputs

I have planned a (quite complex) controller for a project based on a Raspberry Pi (web UI, logging, camera framegrabbing/video processing, LTE uplink), i2c sensors (assortment of environment sensors), ...
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STM6600 voltage divider on VCC for high voltage applications

I'm evaluating the STM6600 on/off controller. My application has a 2-series LiPo battery with a voltage range of 6 to 8.4V, so I need to put a voltage divider before VCC as described in AN3271 (...
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Is there a Energy Harvesting Power Management and Battery Charging EVM dev kit (e.g. BQ25504) with easily adjustable voltage thresholds?

I have a BQ25504EVM-674 Energy Harvesting Power Management with Battery Charging (EHM) development board by Texas Instruments. It fulfills my requirement of charging an energy store (e.g. supercap/...
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Is it possible to only fill a Li-ion BMS partially?

I'm putting together an 18650 battery pack for an e-bike. The BMS is specified for 10s 36v 40a. Is it possible to use the BMS with only, say, 2 or 3 of the 36v packs of cells I made? The use case ...