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PALANO Carmelo Marcello
eDesignSuite is an easy-to-use comprehensive software tool suite ready to help customers in their needs by transforming application requirements into satisfactory solutions accurately modeled on the remarkable range of ST products.   The suite includes three types of software tool: Smart simulator and system design engine It is able to suggest… (Show more)
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Rmesh Presh
Hi, I am designing CC driver using HVLED001A using eDesign tool. Now to complete the design i need to design EMI section which i am not able to do. Please provide some reference guide or something for help me in designing EMI filter.   Thank you 
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mattoo.anuj
Hi,   I am trying to get details for my power supply. My specs are :-   Dual Output Output 1 :- 17V@1A Output 2 :- 3.3V@1A Constant Voltage Isolated Supply   For above specs, I tried to use eDesign Suite, but it doesn't show any IC for my specs.     Any Help?
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vitoraf
I have used eDesign for a buck converter design approach (see attachment). However, I noticed that the suggested components value are not the same as the ones on Viper 26LD application note. What is the reason for the differences (especially at the compensation)? Thanks in advance for your support.
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Kazimierz Krzywicki
Dear ST support, I need to simulate circuit for SPV1040. I'm trying to use your eDesignSuite, but it doesn't work (Msg: eDesignSuite requires the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. Click here to verify your current installation), but I've installed Flash and it works properly (I've checked on Chrome, Edge and Firefox). Moreover,… (Show more)
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Patrizia Bellitto
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maher.ahmed
After reading AN3168 I found a paragraph that I do not actually understand and seemed weird for me .  Page 8, "With the bipolar solution, to keep the current sourced to the gate, the only way is then to use a PNP transistor." Do you have any explanation for this sentence please ? And what is the consequence of using NPN instead ? Thanks in… (Show more)
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