supply voltage

supply voltage

[sə′plī ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
The voltage obtained from a power source for operation of a circuit or device.
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The contract is for the supply voltage transformers of 400 kV, 220 kV and 110 kV capacitive voltage transformers and 110 kV induction on reserve warehouse divided into the following packages:
The 45nm SRAM memory bit-cell and macro circuit require good minimum supply voltage capability, an area that UMC has been paying special attention to since the early stages of 45nm process development.
Low-voltage operation below the threshold voltage of the transistor is achieved by combining the features of a class-D VCO and dynamic control technique of the supply voltage.
15 ohm guarantees a stable on-resistance over temperature or supply voltage variations.
6 V supply voltage, providing significantly lower power consumption for portable devices.
Contract notice: Supply voltage transformers of 400 kv, 220 kv and 110 kv capacitive voltage transformers and 110 kv induction to the reserve storage.
Improving on the performance of the company's AS1320 and AS1321 DC-DC converters, the AS1325 offers significantly increased output current, providing a supply voltage of 1.
2 for monitoring insulation resistance in single phase or three phase under ground ac systems and the device will monitor the insulation ressitance between under ground ac supply voltage and protective earth conductors conforming to iec-255-6 with following specifications, rated supply voltage, 220v-240v ac, rated switching current (iec-60947-5-1)at ac-15(inductive) at the rate of 230v, 3 amp.
Commonly deployed, but often with substantial effort and pain, voltage islands utilize multiple supply voltages such that the higher performance portions of the design are powered by a higher supply voltage (say, 1.
It performs step-down conversion of the voltage from a battery or other DC source to the stable lower power supply voltage that its load requires.
Additionally, it reduces power dissipation by 25 percent to 50 percent using flexible power supply voltage options in a more compact package than existing drop-in compatible devices.

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