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Old 13th July 2020, 10:53 PM   #361
phile1 is offline phile1  France
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just a noob question. I need to reach some low voltages, 3.3V & 1.8VDC.
what's the best way to feed a SLS module :
- your transformer 4.2VAC => to a SLS AC version (given that after rectification you have 5.1VDC to feed the LT3045)
- or a rather good LPS like a zerozone, 5VDC output => to a SLS DC version
thanks for advice
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Old 14th July 2020, 04:12 PM   #362
phile1 is offline phile1  France
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Hi Micheal,,
I've got a 2nd question :
As the datasheet mentions & you too, when we have 1 LT3045, we roughly need Vout-Vin=1V to get a decent ripple noise rejection.

The SLS has 2 rows of LT3045, thus a design with 2 LT3045 in series, so :
- on the PCB, do we have 1V diff beteween the 2 rows of LT3045 ? I think "yes" given the datasheet
- and so, could you please confirm that with the "special" PS, we need 2V diff between in & out, and not 1V like for the other PS you manufacture ?
thanks for reply
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Old 14th July 2020, 09:28 PM   #363
Stammheim is offline Stammheim  Germany
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Hi phile1,

the recommendation of the power source depends on your current need. In case of 2A for example and 1,8VDC output voltage that would mean 6,4W of heat - we recommend <4W max (less is better) in sum for passive cooled setups.

Usually we adjust the first stage to +0,8V additional voltage. As shown in the datasheet the Vdifference depends on the current need, for low currents a higher Vdifference can be set, lower for higher current. We recommend to set the Vdifference below +0,5VDC.

We have also published some measurements as well, which transformer voltage is needed to reach a certain V/A. Visit our FAQ

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via our website.

I'm not sure what you mean with the special PS?

Best regards

Michael | MPAudio
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