How to do precision current limiting for a supercapacitor application
New "how to" video series from Texas Instruments sheds light on analog system design topics
DALLAS, Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In this short video, Texas Instruments (TI) applications engineer Amy Le explains how to limit the charging current of a supercapacitor. She steps through a typical supercapacitor application block diagram, provides sample calculations and demonstrates how to precisely limit the output current of a switching regulator. Watch Amy's video, which is part of TI's Engineer It video series, here: www.ti.com/engineerit32.
About Engineer It from Texas Instruments
Engineer It is a "how to" video series brought to you by analog experts at Texas Instruments. The videos focus on technical system design topics, such as "How to avoid amplifier input/output swing limitations" and "How to get data sheet values for your SAR analog-to-digital converter (ADC)." Check out more Engineer It videos here: www.ti.com/engineerit.
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