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50W Adjustable Boost Converter Explained [Circuit]
posted September 15 2014 7:40.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is another excellent video from Afrotechmods. In this video he explains how a typical DC-DC boost converter operates and the uses the LT1370 chip from Linear Technology to make a 50W boost converter. Its a very good tutorial to get things started with switching DC-DC converters.






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