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Re: DC DC Isolation
antedeluvian   6/9/2014 8:54:39 AM
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Can any one suggest a low cost solution to isolate DC voltages

I did a 3 part blog on isolation techniques on Planet Analog

Analog Isolation Techniques: Part 1

Analog Isolation Techniques: Part 2

Analog Isolation Techniques: Part 3

Right now the Planet Analog site is problematic for me in that it frequently gives a "500-Internal server error". Refresh (F5) once or twice to get the page.

I hope this helps.

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DC DC Isolation
sukv   6/9/2014 8:01:13 AM
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Can any one suggest a low cost solution to isolate DC voltages.

I have source (A) which gives out DC voltage from 1V to 10V and I need to isolate this voltage and feed to another circuit (B). The voltage should be same at both ends but needs to isolated.


Eg: Suppose 'A' generates 5V then B should get 5V, but both should be isolated,In the     next cycle A generates ,say 8V the same voltage should pass to B.



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