__PWM to Voltage Calculator:__

__PWM to Voltage Calculator:__

Enter the value of duty cycle, D to determine the value of output voltage, V_{(V)}.

__PWM to Voltage Formula:__

__PWM to Voltage Formula:__

Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) is a technique widely used in electronic circuits to control power delivery, motor speed, light dimming, and more.

In PWM, a digital signal is used to generate an analog output by switching between high and low states at a high frequency.

The average voltage delivered is proportional to the duty cycle of the PWM signal.

The duty cycle (D) is the percentage of one period in which a signal or system is active.

PWM voltage output is typically calculated by considering the duty cycle as a fraction of the maximum possible value and the maximum voltage achievable.

The output voltage, V_{(V)} is equal to the duty cycle, D divided by the maximum duty cycle value (256) multiplied by the peak voltage (5) of the system.

Output voltage, V_{(V)} = (D / 256) * 5

V_{(V)} = output voltage in volts, V.

D = duty cycle.

__PWM to Voltage Calculation:__

__PWM to Voltage Calculation:__

**Calculate the output voltage of a PWM signal with a duty cycle of 128:**

Given: D = 128.

Output voltage, V_{(V)} = (D / 256) * 5

V_{(V)} = (128 / 256) * 5

V_{(V)} = 2.5V.

**Determine the duty cycle for a PWM signal with a output voltage of 1.25V:**

Given: V_{(V)} = 1.25V.

Output voltage, V_{(V)} = (D / 256) * 5

D = V_{(V)} * 256 / 5

D = 1.25 * 256 / 5

D = 64.

__Applications and Considerations:__

__Applications and Considerations:__

**Electronic Control**: This calculation is essential for designers who need to match the PWM output to specific voltage levels for device control.**Embedded Systems**: In microcontroller applications, PWM is a method to simulate analog output where only digital GPIO pins are available.**Power Efficiency**: PWM is highly efficient for managing the energy output, significantly in LED dimming and motor control.

__PWM to Voltage Converter Module:__

__PWM to Voltage Converter Module:__