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Shunt field resistance=(Input voltage-Output voltage )/(Load current+Shunt Field Current) GO
Shunt Current (LSR)
Shunt Field Current=((Input voltage-Output voltage )/Shunt field resistance)-Load current GO
Input Voltage (LSR)
Input voltage=Output voltage +(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance GO
Load Current (LSR)
Load current=(Input voltage-Output voltage /Shunt field resistance)-Shunt Field Current GO
Open-Circuit voltage gain of an amplifier when short-circuit transconductance is given
Open circuit voltage gain=Output voltage *Transconductance/output current GO
Closed-loop gain of an operational amplifier
Closed loop gain =Output voltage /Input voltage GO
Open-Circuit Voltage Gain
voltage gain=Output voltage /Input voltage GO
Output Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM)
Output voltage =duty Cycle*Input voltage GO
Duty Cycle For Buck Regulator (CCM)
duty Cycle=Output voltage /Input voltage GO
Open-Circuit Transresistance
Resistance=Output voltage /Input current GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Input Voltage (LSR)
Input voltage=Output voltage +(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance GO
Voltage across input terminal in an amplifier
Input voltage=Source voltage*(Input resistance/(Input resistance+Source resistance)) GO
Input Voltage For Cuk Regulator
Input voltage=Output voltage *(duty Cycle-1)/duty Cycle GO
Input Voltage For Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
Input voltage=Output voltage *(duty Cycle-1)/duty Cycle GO
Input Voltage For Boost Regulator (CCM)
Input voltage=Output voltage *(1-duty Cycle) GO

Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) Formula

Input voltage=Output voltage /duty Cycle
V<sub>i</sub>=V<sub>o</sub>/D
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What is buck regulator?

A buck regulator is D.C to D.C power convertor with a step down the voltage from its input to its output.

How to Calculate Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM)?

Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) calculator uses Input voltage=Output voltage /duty Cycle to calculate the Input voltage, The Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) formula is defined as output voltage divide by duty cycle. Input voltage and is denoted by Vi symbol.

How to calculate Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM), enter Output voltage (Vo) and duty Cycle (D) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 100 = 10/0.1.

FAQ

What is Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM)?
The Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) formula is defined as output voltage divide by duty cycle and is represented as Vi=Vo/D or Input voltage=Output voltage /duty Cycle. Output voltage signifies the voltage of the signal after it has been amplified. and A duty cycle or power cycle is the fraction of one period in which a signal or system is active.
How to calculate Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM)?
The Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) formula is defined as output voltage divide by duty cycle is calculated using Input voltage=Output voltage /duty Cycle. To calculate Input Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM), you need Output voltage (Vo) and duty Cycle (D). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Output voltage and duty Cycle and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Input voltage?
In this formula, Input voltage uses Output voltage and duty Cycle. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Input voltage=Source voltage*(Input resistance/(Input resistance+Source resistance))
  • Input voltage=Output voltage +(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance
  • Input voltage=Output voltage *(1-duty Cycle)
  • Input voltage=Output voltage *(duty Cycle-1)/duty Cycle
  • Input voltage=Output voltage *(duty Cycle-1)/duty Cycle
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