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I design a boost converter which is good at operating with a fixed voltage source. However, once a voltage in series with resistor is used as a source. The input voltage of the converter is increasing. The converter has input capacitor which is ten times greater than the output one. It is supposed to have charging and (...)
Hard to give any advice without a schematic. I assume you're using a synchronous boost converter? Are the FETs ever in saturation?
it is rated for 30V 3A but this is so small will it actually handle 90W? Where do you see this rating? You are confusing boost converter output current with switch transistor peak current. About 30 W is the absolute limit with 12 V input voltage.
Please take a look at attached schematic and tell me if its going to work or not, If not what corrections are required. its basically a boost converter with following specification 1. Input DC BUS IS : 5.8 - 9V 2. Output: 9V @ 3A SIGNAL MEANING: a> DC BUS: 5.8 - 9 V b> 9V_SHUTDOWN: DISABLE SWITCHING OF UC3845 c> 9V_OUTPUT_OFF: (...)
I'm looking to boost a voltage of 3.6V to 9.5V with a maximum current out of 0 to 0.5A for battery powered device. Would like to fine an already built unit if anyone knows of one. Or a working circuit schematic that someone done or knows of a circuit I can use I done a search on Google. But? Wasn't able to fine what I needed. Maybe someon
Dear All I have designed a boost converter LED driver with TPS40211. Vin 6 - 8,5 V (2 cell Lipo) and output voltage 10 - 75 V and current is 0,08 A almost 6 W. You can see schematic attached. 105340 I have to change my design to 4 W constant power output. When the output voltage is increase, I want to decrease outpu
Greetings. I'm trying to make a 12V to 320V DC-DC converter with TL494, and there is something weird going on. schematic: 50Khz frequency, 5+5:168 transformer (XF), no isolation, 50W expected power. The problem is the diode D1 between the input and all the control circuitry. With it, i'm getting over 20V af
For my mtech thesis I need to design a coupled inductor for my DC-DC boost converter. There are no details provided in paper except they are using coupled inductor: ETD-59, core pc40, Np : Ns =1 : 4 Lm =48 μH; Lk = 0.25 μH. Can anybody help me with the design?
I think you're misusing the terms PFC and LLC, I don't see either in the schematic. I can't really see the operating principle of the circuit, especially M4. It looks like the "boost" stage is just going to send tons of ripple current into C2 and C3.
Hi.. All I need boost converter for my project. My spec is Input Voltage = 6V to 10.5V Output Voltage = 12 V Output Current = 400 mA. Frequency = 100 KHz Here I attached my 99895 schematic model.
Please find the attachment. Can anyone tell what is the resistance value (R), so that the double boost converter will be in continuous conduction mode. Thanks in advance.
Sir.. I have designed a soft switching flyback converter and simulated in MATLAB. But it is not working as closed loop. It is not working in open loop especially boost mode. What I meant by not working in open loop is that it doesn't give the required output for which duty ratio its designed. In closed loop it doesn't give the reference v
Apart from circuit details - there are more dubious points - the exact behaviour of the boost converter part can be only guessed without a simulation. For the time beeing I'll assume that it's working somehow. But how's the efficiency, does it use a reasonable operation point of the solar panel? How about in- and output voltages and currents wi
Maybe multiplying the output voltage using a coil, like in galvanic isolated designs? Perhaps a boost converter is what you're thinking of? This schematic illustrates the Not shown is the co
A buck-boost converter can convert a positive supply to negative. schematic showing the basic You will need to add control circuitry. The .5 ohm resistor is a 'token' value added to represent some amount of
i want to design +3 to 24V DC input voltage to fixed +5V DC using buck-boost. I don't have knowledge about that. Please refer some good notes with simple explanation and please help me how to design this? Thanks in advance :)
hi, i have designed a closed loop boost converter circuit using zero voltage switching.(m-type) i have already done from the hardware > specifications: input voltage = 30v output voltage = 75v frequency = 20khz duty cycle = 60% so my question in the result , i don't know with this result that the zvs has been achieved or not? i ne
I am designing a Constant off time boost converter which regulates its own input current.......... schematic... Due to it regulating its own input current, does this mean it will be much easier to make stable?
Hello everyone, I am also have same problem. I want to use IR2110 to driver mosfet in boost converter. I think that mosfet in boost converter is low I will use pin LO only of IR2110 to mosfet driver. Hence, I should my connects is: Connect VSS, COM, HI and SD to ground. Connect VCC to +15V. Connect VDD to +5V. HO, (...)
The schematic ist correct, it's a pretty standard buck-boost converter. You'll need to implement a current controller that sets the PWM duty cycle to operate the converter with defined output current. Of course the controller must be fast enough to keep up with the dI/dt rate defined by the inductor. Overcurrent shutdown (...)
The odds of someone having a schematic and source code of a boost converter with some specifications you haven't even mentioned yet and using exactly the pic16f876A are extremely low.
Hi all, I'm working on a buck-boost converter (DC/DC), the specifications are: for 0.5V in the input I must have 3v in the output, and for the amplitude of oscillations that excite the grid of the transistor NMOS it must be less than 3v (the output voltage). My problem is that when I give to the amplitude of oscillations 2.5v (that exite the grid
The combination shown in the schematic can't work because the required input current of the second stage is a multiple of the current limited value of the first stage. The output load must be considerably reduced. Yes, you are right!! I tried to make it work but there are too many issues to deal with!! Is there a proble
Hi guys, My project is DC-DC boost converter with PID Control.I build the circuit on ISIS, its working without PID control.Coz i didnt know how use PID control in order to getting desired output voltage. Here is the circuit images and ISIS schematic file (.DSN) images.elektroda
Hello to everybody...i am new in this forum and i am italian,so, sorry for my english... i need to project a boost converter in Proteus and control it with a atmega8535 using a pwm control. My boost has a 5 volt input and need to have a 12 volt in output. In simulink if i use a square wave to regulate a switch with a 50000Hz and a value (...)
Hi all, I have created 12Vdc using boost converter, and it will change its polarity as I direct H-bridge. I have to have one visual and one audio feedback of correct volatage and polarity respectively. I want to know what kinds of method i should use and what types of electronic parts i should use? Hayden
i am doing a project of boost converter using zero voltage switching (ZVS), the overall schematic shown in figure below. am using timer 555 to generate PWM to trigger the mosfet, the frequency about 600hz, Vin = 12v, Vo=47.5v, duty cycle = 58%, so my problem is how to calculate the resonant components (L2,C5) to achieve the soft switching. (...)
Hi guys In a typical buck/boost converter if you have a free wheeling diode across the MOSFET, can there still be over voltage across the FET? how? would you still need to add a separate clamping diode across it? Cheers
Hello everybody, I am new here. I have some problem regarding the design of boost converter for my power design. I need to design the PV solar system, MPPT converter that act as boost converter to charge the battery from 50V system to 100V system. Anybody can help me in the design such as provide me the (...)
Hi I am making a boost converter for my inverter application.. Vin - 12V Vout - 24V Switching frequency - 300kHZ Duty ratio - 50% I am generating a PWM signal of 300kHz for switching the IRFP2907 MOSFET. The Driver used between MCU and FET is TC4424.. the inductor vale is 100Micro henry and cap is 10MicroF.. The problem is t
I have three commercially made 400watt portable strobes, all of which exhibit the same problem. They run on six NiCd cells (7.2v) and charge a photoflash capacitor to 360v. Normally it takes about 6-8 seconds to charge from 0v to 360v. However, at one point the output was shorted and part of the boost circuitry fried. The cap itself is OK.
Could you write some others details about the converter e.g. topology (Buck, boost, ...), feedback type (voltage mode, current mode, ...), functioning mode (CCM, DCM, ...), voltage on input/output and so on... Do you've some circuit schematic? Bye
I'm on project with boost converter. I'm looking for schematic of model: FDC6305N, SI2306DS. Anyone can help me? Thanks!
I would like to construct and test a Switching Mode converter using MAX762. But I do not know where the boost converters like MAXZ762 are used. Can anybody suggest an application for it? Is there any practical schematics for it showing MAX762 SMPS used for a certain application. Regards
I'm looking to use an atmel attiny uC to make a simple yet efficient (85%) and SMALL buck/boost converter. boost from around 1.8V and buck from 6-9V to drive a luxeon led. I need a schematic to get started and i'll figure out the writing of the code. Please help! Thanks!
hiye everyone, recently, i have build a boost converter and when i start up the boost converter, more often than not, the power supply that supplies the boost converter overload. can anybody tell me why that happens and is there anyway i can prevent that from happening ? such as (...)
Could you post you programmer schematic? So I can how to do this boost converter. Thanks you guys! Tercio
I have attached a schematic diagram of my circuit and also a graph plotted on Duty Cycle Vs Vout. In the graph, it shows that when my duty cycle increases to 0.9, the output voltage is lower than the output voltage when the duty ratio is 0.8. how can that be possible ? so i thought i might have used the wrong component in pspice. but i can't find i