Power Supply Measurement Tips, Part 10 of 10: Design Validation

July 21, 2016 Tektronix Experts

Now that you’ve thoroughly tested your first prototype, it’s time to go in for the next revision. In the final part of our 10-part series on power supply design we will walk you through the steps to validate your design.

First, it’s good practice to repeat all the testing steps from parts 1-9, if only as a sanity check. Once everything checks out, you will need to check your design’s reliability.

Example of a trend chart for validation testing

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