Is it weird this table of voltage regulators list "max INPUT current"? Isn't OUTPUT current what's important? Is that a typo?
Quote from: arusr on Mar 22, 2014, 08:11 pmIs it weird this table of voltage regulators list "max INPUT current"? Isn't OUTPUT current what's important? Is that a typo?It's turning current at voltage to less current at higher voltage minus loss due to inefficiency.The device load is the input current.
Quote from: CrossRoads on Mar 22, 2014, 04:47 pmI'd also recommend pololu.I'd be interested to know the chips they use, but it seems they're not on the open source bandwagon.
I'd also recommend pololu.
Hi Jack,The Step-up Voltage Regulators U1V11F3, U1V11F5, and U1V11A using TI TPS61200DRC for Adjustable version (BRR) and TPS61202DRC for 5V version (BRT)http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tps61200.pdf
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