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Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Power Supply

DC1459B-B - Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Power Supply

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Manufacturer Part No:
DC1459B-B
Newark Part No.:
07W9916
Availability:
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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Full-wave Bridge Buck Conv to form Energy Harvesting Power Solution for Piezoelectric Transducers
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Linear Technology
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LTC3588
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Power Management
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Energy Harvesting
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Demonstration Board, User Guide
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Product Overview

DC1459B-B demonstration board is an energy harvesting power supply featuring the LTC3588-2. The LTC3588-2 integrates a low-loss full-wave bridge rectifier with a high efficiency buck converter to form a complete energy harvesting solution optimized for high output impedance energy sources such as piezoelectric transducers. An ultralow quiescent current undervoltage lockout mode enables efficient energy extraction from piezoelectric transducers with high open circuit voltages. This energy is transferred from the input capacitor to the output via a high efficiency synchronous buck regulator. The UVLO threshold also allows for input to output current multiplication through the buck regulator. The buck features a sleep state that minimizes both input and output quiescent currents while in regulation.
  • Integrated low loss full wave bridge rectifier
  • UVLO improves power utilization from high voltage current limited inputs
  • Up to 100mA of output current
  • High efficiency integrated hysteretic buck DC/DC
  • Selectable output voltages: 3.45V, 4.1V, 4.5V, 5.0V
  • Input protective shunt

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Wireless, Power Management

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