reference voltage


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reference voltage

[′ref·rəns ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
An alternating-current voltage used for comparison, usually to identify an in-phase or out-of-phase condition in an ac circuit.
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where [V.sub.R] is a reference voltage for detecting Gaussian pulse light.
Next, we address the offset voltage, which is contributed by three reference voltages, for the DC magnetic induction.
The compensation value of voltage reference in sliding surface is obtained by removing the supply reference voltage from the supply voltage as shown in
The circuit is similar to the comparator except that the reference voltage is fixed and its value is permanently zero.
Similarly, robustness of bioinspired algorithms can be improved to generate the reference voltage swiftly and it should replace the regression plane.
In a similar way, the reference voltage is provided to the space vector modulation after integrating the gain value of optimised output voltage and input DC voltage.
The amplified voltage [V.sub.i1] was sampled by capacitor [C.sub.s], and the reference voltage [V.sub.ref] was sampled by capacitor [C.sub.H].
Considering the reference voltage of the rectifier in one switching cycle whose value remains unchanged, a periodic point voltage can be used as an approximation, and neutral point voltage e(k + 1/2) can be obtained through e(k - 2), e(k - 1), and e(k) estimation.
A self-diagnostic function that confirms the reference voltage of the AD convertor, and a CRC arithmetic circuit that detects incorrect detection for every read operation of the memory are also incorporated and contribute to load mitigation of the software process required for functional safety.
The algorithm makes comparisons regarding the changes in power (dP) and voltage (dV) in order to determine whether to increase or decrease the reference voltage (Vr) and modify the duty cycle (D).
I use the Elcomponent "SPC Mini" for quick jobs and "SPC Pro" for full 3-phase monitoring, with factor calculation and reference voltage recording, to give more accuracy (www.elcomponent.co.uk).
Some of the input phase patterns produce high output voltage, and other combinations results in a low output voltage, where 'high' and 'low' are defined regarding the reference voltage (ie.