DC To DC Converter Circuit Diagram
DC To DC converter in electronic circuits uses switching technology. Switched mode DC-DC converter converts the DC voltage level by storing the input energy temporarily and then releases that energy at different voltage output. The storage is done either in magnetic field components like an inductor, transformers or electric field components like capacitors. This conversion method can increase or decrease the voltage level.
In these DC-DC converters, the energy is periodically stored and released from a magnetic field in an inductor or a transformer in a frequency range of 300KHz to 10MHz. By adjusting the duty cycle of the charging voltage the amount of power transferred to a load can be more easily controlled, through this control can also be applied to the input current, the output current or to maintain constant power. The transformer-based converter can provide isolation between input and output.
In general, DC-DC converter refers to the following explained switching converters. These circuits are the heart of the switched-mode power supply. The below explained are the most commonly used circuits.
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