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What is the equation switched capacitors

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Apr4-12, 07:32 AM
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HELLO
what is the equation that describes the relation between the charging current i(vdd) and that switched capacitors ( c1,c2,c3,c4,c5) if we put into consideration that switches are closing in sequence switch 1,switch 2, . . .switch 5 with a delay time of td


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Carl Pugh
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Apr4-12, 11:42 AM
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There is a problem with your circuit.
When the second capacitor is switched, there is an infinite current through the switch.
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Apr4-12, 01:03 PM
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can we think about it as a variable capacitor?

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What is the equation switched capacitors

Quote Quote by dddd12349999 View Post
HELLO
what is the equation that describes the relation between the charging current i(vdd) and that switched capacitors ( c1,c2,c3,c4,c5) if we put into consideration that switches are closing in sequence switch 1,switch 2, . . .switch 5 with a delay time of td

thanks



Quote Quote by Carl Pugh View Post
There is a problem with your circuit.
When the second capacitor is switched, there is an infinite current through the switch.
That's only for an instant.

When the switch for C2 is closed, the voltages across C1 & C2 become equal to each other virtually instantaneously. Then the pair continue to be charged for that point.


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