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Subject: Re: Industry standard Step up regulator.
Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 17:00:30 +0200
Organization: Tiscali Benelux
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Take a look at www.powertrends.com. You will defenitly find what you're
Denis Gleeson wrote:
> Hello All
> I have to go from between 4V-5V input to 9V output for my circuitry.
> Any output between 8V to 12V would do. The current Output should be
> > 400mA.
> I would like to choose a switcher which is manufactured by more
> than one company.
> I am not very familiar with this area. It occurs to me that there is
> probably a standard device manufactured by a number of companies.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance for all contributions.
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