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Thread: Variable switching power supply
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>Has anyone here ever made/seen a variable output switching power supply

Vicor <http://www.vicr.com> offers DC converter modules with this feature...

"If your required input range is 18-36V, 36-75V, 180-375V, or 250-375V, a
predefined model may fit your requirements. There are 8 discrete output
voltages available from 2-48V; however, 2nd Generation converters have
extremely wide output trim capability. Any voltage between 1 and 52V can be
realized through trimming."

Mike Hardwick
Decade Engineering
<http://www.decadenet.com>

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