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Are you creating a footprint? I recoment to enter the package data into the IPC footprint wizzard and it will create an reasonable footprint for you which includes all tolerance topics. Or: Assumeing you have the center of the thermal pad at position X=0/y=0 The center of the Pin #1 pad is at L/2 from the most left edge. (Create the footprint from Top View) ...


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If you don't have 12 volts available in your application you can use the part you mentioned to generate 12 volts from a 5 volt source. For controlling the motor the simplest solution would be to put a (N-FET) transistor in between the motor and ground and use the 5 volt logic to drive it, in other words use a low side switch. Remember to add a fly back diode ...


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Most motors require more power than an ardiuino GPIO line can supply. that converter can convert 5V to 12V but your arduino probably cant putput enough 5V to run the motor. Use something like https://www.qskj.cc/shop/product/1941680-dc-dc-step-up-down-module-xl6009-adjustable-module-qs-1212cbde-20w-79150 which has an enable input this will allow you to turn ...


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Well, the error messages are very clear: You're driving the same output signal with multiple drivers. And that's exactly what your code (and schematic) show: you're driving out2 with several ring oscillators. Obviously, that's not "proper" digital design, so the synthesizer stops you from doing that. It's not clear what your intention there is – it ...


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This may help to select topology based on power levels. All the basic protections like short circuit, Reverse polarity. Protection against input voltage with reverse polarity is independent of the converter's topology. You can build a simple reverse polarity protection with a MOSFET (ideally, PMOS) and a few passive components. However, if you want ...


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