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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Short but Sweet!

What is the maximum amount of AC voltage that you should see coming out of the DC side of a converter?
Brad, (Edmonton, AB, Canada) 

Ideally Brad, the AC ripple voltage should be lower than 50mV RMS. (Wow! I believe that sets the new record for the shortest RV Doc response ever!) But I do have to ask why you might be concerned with the AC voltage on the output DC side of the converter?


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