clamping circuit

clamping circuit

[′klamp·iŋ ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A circuit that reestablishes the direct-current level of a waveform; used in the dc restorer stage of a television receiver to restore the dc component to the video signal after its loss in capacitance-coupled alternating-current amplifiers, to reestablish the average light value of the reproduced image. Also known as clamp.
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Keywords: flyback transformer, flux leakage, voltage spikes, flyback clamping circuit, power losses.
The dependence of power losses in the clamping circuit on the output power at various carrier frequencies
The RCD clamping circuit consists of a fast recovery diode in series with a parallel combination of a capacitor and a resistor which is shown in Fig.
In this paper, various clamping circuits are discussed to improve the performance of Fly back converter.
The hydraulic clamping circuit for the bed, or ram, has a separate hydraulic hose for direct control.
This requirement was implemented with an over-voltage clamping circuit across the MOSFETs and a fast over-current shutdown.
Its ability to block drain voltages up to 180V means no external clamping circuit is required, and its low standby current, typically 5mA, enables compliance with the Energy Star standby rating.
STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) has introduced a clamping circuit to protect fly-back converters and switched-mode power supplies against over-voltage spikes.
The rugged connector provides a direct power connection and link to the application's control unit, eliminating the need for a clamping circuit.
The device contains a 4 fsc burst-lock clock generating circuit, a synchronous separating circuit, a clamping circuit for digital signal processing, an analog video switch and a 10-bit D-A converter.
Integrated clamping circuits (both in high-side and low-side operational modes) ensure over-voltage protection plus under-voltage lockout.