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Old 27 April 2005, 17:54   #1
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dc/dc converter

Hello everyone
i would like to ask if someone know how to build
a dc/dc converter with Vin2-10 and Vout 12-24 volts
thanks
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Old 28 April 2005, 05:51   #2
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How many amps at what voltage exactly do you need?
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How many amps at what voltage exactly do you need?

i dont care about amps, only the voltage in input 2-10 and the voltage in outpout 12-24 v

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Try Traco they make loads of nice converters.

The input range you ask for is very wide and could be a problem. If you are prepared to narrow your sights slightly then I am sure there is one around somewhere.

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Try Traco they make loads of nice converters.

The input range you ask for is very wide and could be a problem. If you are prepared to narrow your sights slightly then I am sure there is one around somewhere.

Tim'mers.
unfortunately i still havent find anything on internet,this project is a homework at my school so i cant narrow my sights,but i will try to find something,we will see

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Aha, so it's a project and you want us to do it for you....

fanis, there are lots of ways of doing this but since it's a project here's a suggestion which should be reasonably easy to design.

Take your low voltage, switch it on and off with a transistor circuit, feed it into a step-up transformer and then rectify the output back to DC.
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