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Tag Archives: DC-DC
Fawlty USB3.0 controller card — DC-DC noise?
Fawlty USB3.0 controller card — quick DC-DC regulator check
This card is pretty good, when it works. Transfer-speeds were fine, close to 100MB/s with an external USB3 disk. It works nicely with Linux – plug and play. Then the problems started…
Posted in Electronics. Tagged ACT4060A, buck, controller, DC-DC, efficiency, PCI-E, regulator, Renesas, TD6810, testing, USB3, µPD720202 Comments Off on Fawlty USB3.0 controller card — quick DC-DC regulator check
Small project #14 — KIS-3R33S breakout — with citrus smell !
Not “pining for the fjords”, but pining for the boards!
Posted in Electronics. Tagged DC-DC, KIS-3R33S, mod, power supply Comments Off on Small project #14 — KIS-3R33S breakout — with citrus smell !