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'[OT] Generating 24VDC from 11VDC'
1999\05\17@140245 by list

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I need to generate 24VDC/150ma  from 11VDC/1a for a pic project. Anything
out there to accomplish this.
Tom
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1999\05\17@141527 by Jamil J. Weatherbee

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I believe this is called a boost regulator.
look here:

http://www.national.com/parametric/0,1850,676,00.html




On Mon, 17 May 1999, list wrote:

> I need to generate 24VDC/150ma  from 11VDC/1a for a pic project. Anything
> out there to accomplish this.
> Tom
> .....TomKILLspamspam@spam@comtronix.com
>

1999\05\17@142739 by Roger Johnson

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I'd take a serious look at MAXIM's products; the MAX1640 will do the job.

http://209.1.238.250/arpdf/1751.pdf

http://www.maxim-ic.com


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1999\05\18@153548 by Paul Fletcher

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Tom,

Following on from the switch reg thread of the past few days, most
of the chip manufactures (National, SGS, maxim ...) all do step up
switching regs. I have just downloaded a bunch of datasheets from
National's site at http://www.national.com, but you could also check out
http://www.st.com (SGS), or http://www.maxim.com. All of these guys have online
datasheets, with application notes. There are a number of DC to DC
converter 'modules' on the market too that may well fit the bill.

       Paul Fletcher.

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> I need to generate 24VDC/150ma  from 11VDC/1a for a pic project. Anything
> out there to accomplish this.
> Tom
> Tomspamspam_OUTcomtronix.com

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