How to Design High-Voltage, Wide-Input Power Supplies (.PDF Download)

Power-supply designers frequently encounter projects where the input voltages are much higher compared to the low output voltages usually require to power the target equipment. Typical output needs are 3.3, 5, or 12 V, while inputs can range from about 24 V to as much as 100 V in some cases.

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