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university:courses:electronics:buck_converter_basics [10 May 2019 20:15]
Mark Thoren Add round download box [Circuit Construction and Testing]
university:courses:electronics:buck_converter_basics [26 Mar 2020 00:38]
Mark Thoren Add references to ADALM-BUCK board.
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 Solder-less breadboard and jumper wire kit or Perma Proto solder breadboard\\ Solder-less breadboard and jumper wire kit or Perma Proto solder breadboard\\
 ADALP2000 parts kit parts as required\\ ADALP2000 parts kit parts as required\\
 +Optional: [[university:​tools:​lab_hw:​adalm_buck|ADALM-BUCK-ARDZ Module]]\\
 12V power supply (preferred) or 5V USB power supply (workable)\\ 12V power supply (preferred) or 5V USB power supply (workable)\\
 Voltmeter (optional, can use M2K in Voltmeter mode.)\\ Voltmeter (optional, can use M2K in Voltmeter mode.)\\
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 ==== Circuit Construction and Testing ==== ==== Circuit Construction and Testing ====
 Build the following breadboard circuit for the buck converter, following the schematic in Figure 16. (Q1, R2, R3 can be added later.) Note that the HPH1-1400L has six inductors that can be connected in any way (series, parallel, or a combination of the two). Be sure to observe proper polarity, connecting all inductors in series as shown. Build the following breadboard circuit for the buck converter, following the schematic in Figure 16. (Q1, R2, R3 can be added later.) Note that the HPH1-1400L has six inductors that can be connected in any way (series, parallel, or a combination of the two). Be sure to observe proper polarity, connecting all inductors in series as shown.
 +<WRAP info>
 +The circuits in this lab are compatible with solderless breadboard construction. However they are relatively complicated and take time to construct and debug. The [[university:​tools:​lab_hw:​adalm_buck|ADALM-BUCK-ARDZ Module]] is available as an alternative.
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 ===== Slide Deck ===== ===== Slide Deck =====
 A slide deck is provided as a companion to this exercise, and can be used to help in presenting this material in classroom, lab setting, or in hands-on workshops. A slide deck is provided as a companion to this exercise, and can be used to help in presenting this material in classroom, lab setting, or in hands-on workshops.
 +<WRAP round download>​
 {{ :​university:​courses:​electronics:​buck_basics:​workshop_buck_converter_basics.pptx | Buck Converter Basics Slide Deck}} {{ :​university:​courses:​electronics:​buck_basics:​workshop_buck_converter_basics.pptx | Buck Converter Basics Slide Deck}}
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 **Return to Lab Activity [[university:​courses:​electronics:​labs|Table of Contents]]** **Return to Lab Activity [[university:​courses:​electronics:​labs|Table of Contents]]**
  
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