I'm prototyping an energy harvester (solar and vibration) for low voltage applications and I thought about the LTC3330 / LTC3331 ICs.
My question is about the minum input voltage fro the ICs to work.
1) First we have the diode bridges wiht a…
As part of our research project, our group was finally able to make our LTC3330 work (or so it seems). It took us a week or so. Let me explain:
This picture is from the datasheet, figure 7, with the second chip removed (an LTC3388) so it reflects our…
Yes, LTC3588 is intended for low-power energy harvesting. We do offer other energy harvesting ICs. If you are looking at a piezo input, you might also consider LTC3330 (with a non-rechargeable backup battery) or LTC3331 (with a rechargeable backup…
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Right, not all of the information is in the parametric…
Yes, while we don't have a part that has the actual hysteresis window configurable by resistors, you might consider LTC3330 which has a few different pin-strapped options:
How it works (which you could implement externally if you wanted):…
I would like to use DC2100B-C(LTC6804-2/LTC3330-1).
So, I have a question. Please help me.
I am doing experiments while watching…
Some form of input regulation is always necessary, but that's not always "MPPT" exactly. These examples do it a little differently and less obviously than some of our more recent designs.
LTC3108 is not so straightforward. You need…