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Uberclamp simulation

Uberclamp simulation

...on_circuit_simulations-0ht3pLJ42 https://easyeda.com/example/MOSFET_series_disconnect_overvoltage_protector-3AMYWwuFf Unlike some other overvoltage protection schemes, Uberclamp is completely solid state: it contains no fuses or electromechanical relays. Simply by the choice of which components are ...

Uberclamp Schematic PCB and BoM

Uberclamp Schematic PCB and BoM

...on_circuit_simulations-0ht3pLJ42 https://easyeda.com/example/MOSFET_series_disconnect_overvoltage_protector-3AMYWwuFf Unlike some other overvoltage protection schemes, Uberclamp is completely solid state: it contains no fuses or electromechanical relays. Simply by the choice of which components are ...

Li-Po battery charger

Li-Po battery charger

... 4 volts for additional safety.The circuit operates from 12v DC supply and disconnects the charging voltage whenthe battery voltage is above 4 volts. TL071 opamp is the heart of this circuit.It is wired as a comparator for monitoring and controlling the charging process. Resistors R1 and R2 set the ...

The EasyEDA Commodore 64 Computer Saver PSU overvoltage protection circuit

The EasyEDA Commodore 64 Computer Saver PSU overvoltage protection circuit

... few milliseconds after the fault event, to blow a fuse and so permanently disconnect the 5V supply to the C64. How it works: with a nominal 5V supply at V5V and hence V5VC64, 5.6V zener diodes D1 and D2 do not conduct. Therefore, there is no current flow in R1 or R2 so the red DFAULT LED and PNP tr...

The EasyEDA Precision Commodore 64 Computer Saver PSU overvoltage protection circuit

The EasyEDA Precision Commodore 64 Computer Saver PSU overvoltage protection circuit

... few milliseconds after the fault event, to blow a fuse and so permanently disconnect the 5V supply to the C64. How it works: with a nominal 5V supply at V5V and hence V5VC64, the 5.6V zener diodes D1 and the TL431, U1, do not draw any cathode current. Therefore, there is no current flow in R1 or R4...

Help about LM393

...roject shows the ngspice syntax: https://easyeda.com/example/MOSFET_series_disconnect_overvoltage_protector-3AMYWwuFf In LTspice, there's no need for the apostrophes. LTspice has a so-called charge defined capacitor (and flux defined inductor) model for which there is no direct equivalent in ngspice...

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