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Old 5th November 2012, 12:37 PM   #1
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Active bootstraping technique for IR2110 to permit 0-100% duty cycle

Hi Workhorse
greetings can you share this schematic of IR211O to permit
0 to 100% duty cycle those were the days Rajesh khanna may his soul rest in peace

warm regards
uncle andy
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100% is flat output (no pulse), what use it?
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Active bootstraping technique for IR2110 to permit 0-100% duty cycle

Hi Workhorse
greetings can you share this schematic of IR211O to permit
0 to 100% duty cycle those were the days Rajesh khanna may his soul rest in peace

warm regards
uncle andy
Why do you need that?

Rajesh Khanna was a looser
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