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An electronic device which supplies electrical energy to a load. Can be AC or DC input. Typically DC output.

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It is a shunt resistor (more specifically three in parallel) to measure high currents (likely for the current limiting mode). They are typically made to drop 75-100mV for the full range of current you …
answered Nov 7 '17 by PlasmaHH
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Typically you want to have some hysteresis in your shutdown thresholds so it is not constantly oscillating between on and off states. Usually switching the load off of real world power sources will h …
answered Feb 22 '16 by PlasmaHH
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I can not decide it for you, but I can try to suggest what you can base your decision on: You seem to have 3mA + 30mA + 100mA + 5mA + 45mA + 1mA = 184mA consumption. That is 73% of the 250mA for wh …
answered Jun 1 '16 by PlasmaHH
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There seem to be two 12V-ish rails, one the 12V in the circle, one the PB12V which makes me think "car battery" but according to D2 this is supposed to be above 12V, so the comparator senses if this i …
answered May 10 '17 by PlasmaHH