55 Threads found on edaboard.com: Flyback Design High Voltage
Symmetrical bipolar pulses can't be achieved in flyback mode. You basically need a generator and output stage, that generates the intended waveform at lower voltage and can step it up with a transformer.
You should start with specifying the requirements more exactly:
- peak voltage
- required output current respectively intended load (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 15.09.2011 18:10 :: FvM :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 589
u can make it very easily use a flyback transformer anda simple oscilator with two transistor or with a 555 IC then make a ac voltage with your battery with a frequency about 20khz(try the to find best frequency) then on the other side of transformer change your 600v ac voltage to dc with 1n4007 diodes.
Analog Circuit Design :: 14.09.2007 14:53 :: hamed_sotoudi :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 800
For the 200W use a half bridge forward converter and for the 1000W one use a full bridge forward converter. A flyback design is just possible for the 200W but this is on the limit so I would not recommend it for a first try.
Start here for downloading the magnetics design software:
Then follow this link or the
Analog Circuit Design :: 04.09.2008 19:33 :: DrBob13 :: Replies: 7 :: Views: 2991
The HF pulse needs to go into the workpiece and not back into
the source. So you will want a narrow pulse and a lot of source
inductance. I would check that your DC source indeed has that
kind of inductance.
You might prefer to deliver the HF to the torch directly so that
the welding cable inductance is in your favor rather than against.
Analog Circuit Design :: 17.12.2010 09:55 :: dick_freebird :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 2549
to generate high voltage i thiunk the normal flyback topology is not sufficeint as u will ned a huge number of winding in secondary
but as in TV horizentalor as in Spark ignition there's a good ways to generate those hiugh voltages
this way depends on resonance , wher the charged primary inductor in (...)
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 20.11.2003 16:21 :: mtawab74 :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 1579
whats the difference with an TV flyback transformer and with a motorcycle ignition coil, anyone?
im sure those transformers are designed for high voltage output...
Hobby Circuits and Small Projects Problems :: 08.11.2004 14:33 :: rx5 :: Replies: 7 :: Views: 1449
A usual isolated flyback SMPS with a casacde rectifier should do. Add a passive filter or preferably a linear post-regulator to reduce ripple.
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 15.08.2008 15:53 :: FvM :: Replies: 10 :: Views: 1548
I designed one flyback circuit, whose input varies from 70-330 dc, i want to maintain output voltage constant 24V first i tested input voltage at 50v dc, output voltage is regulating. problem is Mosfet(IRFP460 500v,20A) is over heating, with in 10-15 sec, i used big size heat sink. when i (...)
Power Electronics :: 08.07.2010 07:19 :: kalaianand :: Replies: 7 :: Views: 3842
You can use flyback design for 5W without any problems, there are lot of chips available to simplify your design & reduce your no load power (Chips from Power integration or On semi etc)
All the new generation mobile chargers are based on flyback design where in some cases power is even less than 5W
Power Electronics :: 27.09.2010 02:18 :: rvionics :: Replies: 11 :: Views: 992
If it's in such small voltage range, why use flyback, and not dedicated buck-boost converters. There are tons available, check those from Maxim, Dallas and Linear.
Hope this helps.
Analog Circuit Design :: 17.11.2010 07:04 :: Tahmid :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 1027
My dear friend, I thank your intention in replying.
I have some experience in low frequency switching power supplies up to 50 KHz.
I have designed some of them using the old and fantastic TL494, and built my own tranformers.
This device works at 132 KHz and need much more experience.
Why flyback converter ? because this chip
Analog Circuit Design :: 15.02.2012 15:34 :: obiwan :: Replies: 13 :: Views: 1385
I know exactly what you want to do . why boost converter ? why not an H bridge ? or a forward converter ? or even a flyback ?
Power Electronics :: 01.06.2012 18:04 :: goldsmith :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 667
I guess you are talking about a flash lamp trigger transformer? They are designed for a specific voltage range. You also shouldn't supply the trigger transformer with a much higher voltage, because it can involve isolation breakdown on long terms.
flyback converters can be used with (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 25.06.2012 07:35 :: FvM :: Replies: 21 :: Views: 590
You can use a flyback topology to get multiple outputs very easy.
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 08.06.2003 12:30 :: bastos4321 :: Replies: 18 :: Views: 4542
Sorry, but I didn't get any schematic.
It seems that this monitor, or at least some batches of it, have a design problem in the high voltage/flyback Tr.... I have two of this an both failed in the same way. The representative here has repaired a lot of this, also failed in the same way.
Service Manuals, Requests, Repair Tips :: 09.08.2004 12:21 :: jorgito :: Replies: 6 :: Views: 3317
Forward or flyback convertors are your solution, but I think for your application Forward converter is better selection, thids due to high level of output current.
also I think it is better to use integrated switchers available from International Reactifier : due to lower voltage and higher efficiency.
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 11.06.2004 07:07 :: goodboy_pl :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 783
linear tech made an application note about building a laser power supply using one of their flyback devices. it's about 2kv/20mA if I recall but I'm sure you could change that to higher vout by using a different transformer. take a look at the lt page, maybe their schematic will work for you.
Analog Circuit Design :: 10.12.2004 21:00 :: electronrancher :: Replies: 14 :: Views: 1279
Depending on power you would like to convert, for low current (<200mA) you can use charg-pump configuration, for higher currents there is Boost/Step-up method.
Another method is flyback / Isolated / Transformer...
More you can read here:
Analog Circuit Design :: 12.01.2005 20:13 :: IanP :: Replies: 50 :: Views: 6710
The task is not as difficult as it seems. I have some experience with building flyback converters up to 150W so I would use flyback smps to power that LED matrix.
Analog Circuit Design :: 21.01.2005 12:56 :: kekon :: Replies: 14 :: Views: 6532
I've finished a switching power supply module but it runs so bad! Ripple at output is too high, about 1V-1.5V. ( My output voltage is 5V) I used flyback Converter Topology. Major components include:
- flyback Transformer use core type ERR35L
- Mosfet N channel type 2SK1464
- PWM is UC3845B
- Output diode is CTB-34D
Analog Circuit Design :: 19.09.2005 23:01 :: digitalheart :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 1002
how do you reduce the leakage inductance i a transformer, specifically for SEPIC or flyback where the needed magnetizing inductance is too large.
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 23.05.2007 15:10 :: zyrixx :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 9845
i am confusing in controling of a flyback aknowledge about it is low and i have to learn it in one week,i want your help,if possible :D
Analog Circuit Design :: 26.06.2007 03:50 :: ashein :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 604
as I've did for other paper I've make a deep analysis about this one:
Robert Erickson, Michael Madigan, Sigmund Singer, ?design of a Simple high-Power-Factor Rectifier Based on the flyback Converter?
the most interesting things is that using flyback topology we can keep two goal, the PFC behaviour (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 17.06.2008 16:56 :: TekUT :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 1663
A flyback topology will get you very close to your design aims, use something like a UC3843 IC or something similar together with a low on resistance switching FET with a breakdown voltage of about 600V will be OK, remember that you must have at least twice the input voltage withstand plus a bit for spikes. You (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 28.07.2008 17:07 :: DrBob13 :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 834
I have designed a flyback smps with 1W output power 5V@1A
When i am applying a load of 250mA , it is generating high frequency noise of abt 200mV peak at 5V output.
I have used 10nF, 100nF ceramic capacitors at output but of no use.
How can i reduce the noise.
Also my transformer makes lot of noise, my feedback loop incorporates 1nF (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 05.11.2008 23:23 :: saurav_sdpl :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 1342
why the Zener diode is necessary I don't knowIt's flyback topology, wthout the zener, you would cut the output voltage.
As a problem, the leakage inductance energy depends on converter output current, the RCD snubber creates permanent
losses even with no output load. Some designs are also combining RCD and zener snubber, the lat
Analog Circuit Design :: 02.11.2009 02:27 :: FvM :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 2963
I want to design a flyback converter
Input DC voltage range is from 60V-180V DC
Out put voltage required is a single tap - 15V/0.8A
I was looking through the TNY ICs like TNY268 ..
can somebody provide me some help?
Power Electronics :: 09.04.2010 07:52 :: themaccabee :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 2304
My requirement is to step up from 5 to 9 V to ? 100 to 150 V with a PIC controlling the voltages. I can do the PIC bit but I'm unsure on which SMPS topologies would be best.
The ?100 to 150 V supplies will be required to deliver up to 300 mA pulses into a load that will be in the range of 500 - 1000 ohms so instantaneous power is 90W but the d
Power Electronics :: 21.06.2010 11:16 :: Gandalf_Sr :: Replies: 6 :: Views: 764
I assume you want to make a true sine wave inverter. Such converters use a two-step approach.
An isolated transformer is required to step up the low voltage DC to about 180VDC. This DC to 180VDC converter can be a H-bridge type as well. You need more mosfets, but the transformer design is easier.
The second converter (that is fed from t
Power Electronics :: 02.02.2011 08:12 :: WimRFP :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 2510
It can be used as a flyback controller. The only real difference between boost and flyback is that there is an isolated transformer instead of an inductor, and an isolated feedback network. Both of those are external to the controller IC, so the controller doesn't really care. In general a "flyback controller" is the same as a boost (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 03.06.2011 10:30 :: mtwieg :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 847
Can be done, needa 2 switch flyback (500/600V fets) or a 800/900 V mosfet for single switch. We have done 300W flybacks with 10 ADC continuous out
Power Electronics :: 14.07.2011 03:37 :: Orson Cart :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 569
Is there a solution to step up from 5V DC to 300V? Or 12V to 300V (DC)?
I found something on this forum as flyback Inverters... I want to use it to power my CDI.
Power Electronics :: 06.09.2011 18:05 :: BMWTouring :: Replies: 10 :: Views: 1961
LM5015 high voltage Monolithic Two - Switch Forward DC-DC ...
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 01.11.2011 17:36 :: hanif :: Replies: 7 :: Views: 1580
i have designed flyback topology smps. In the output,i have selected Co capacitor ,this capacitor causes 4V thin spike at the output side. In order to reduce this spike,i have to go with LC filter or i have to increase the capacitance by putting number of capacitors in parallel. but i would like to go with LC filter.
Can any one sug
Power Electronics :: 10.12.2011 02:41 :: s.manikandan :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 566
Good afternoon guys,
I am currently designing a prototype for the company I work at. For this I need to converter a 6 VDC (or 12 VDC) voltage to 250 VDC. My initial idea was to use a flyback converter (though I don't have much experience with analog electronics.
Does anybody know where I can buy an IC that would do this (or at least (...)
Analog Circuit Design :: 14.02.2012 11:02 :: Severo :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 512
Are you boosting it up from 12V/24V? Is this for an inverter? What is the power rating?
I think you need a good amount of power (> 100W). So, you should use push-pull instead of flyback. Use a ferrite transformer to boost the voltage. At the output, rectify and filter.
Then, you need to convert to 50Hz using a full-bridge converter.
Hope this he
Power Electronics :: 16.02.2012 03:07 :: Tahmid :: Replies: 7 :: Views: 1039
power integration is good for flybakc they have somany models of flyback using diffarent switches for diffarent applications.
just visit the site u ll get all the information u need like design the parameters, transformer.,etc
Power Electronics :: 23.02.2012 05:29 :: darla1 :: Replies: 17 :: Views: 1413
I have recently designed PExprt model od flyback transformer, and now I have to simulate flyback converter using Simplorer. I've inserted PExprt model in Simplorer (transformer) and now I have to link it in flyback converter. Everything is OK with PExprt model, problem is in Simplorer.
The problem is (...)
Electromagnetic Design and Simulation :: 16.03.2012 20:12 :: loxly :: Replies: 11 :: Views: 1225
who knows the how much drop voltage flyback converter or curve current vs voltage when loaded......
Analog IC Design and Layout :: 10.05.2012 00:03 :: pol :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 282
Why not an SMPS ? for example a simple flyback converter . ( in current mode topology ) . it's out put current can't exceed from authorized value .
BTW : what do you mean by constant current ? are you referring to a current source ? or just limited current ?
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 07.06.2012 18:45 :: goldsmith :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 900
whatever the input current waveform shape of a forward converter, you can make a flyback with that same shaped input wavefrom.
so from the input its exactly the same.
They are indeed the same.......maybe at the secondary the forward can have a bit lower peak current peak.
But two transistor forward and two transistor flyback are both applicable
Analog Circuit Design :: 31.07.2012 14:59 :: treez :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 739
i have designed some switching power supply succesfully in the last but now should design above power for a big factory to manufactureing in large amount any ps fault would introduce a cost about 40$ and ps should sustain any tribble condition like termal, moistur, suden line voltage or load current fluctuation and ...
it also (...)
Power Electronics :: 14.10.2012 21:50 :: kamalifard :: Replies: 0 :: Views: 214
I am a newbie in smps, I making a smps with input 33VDC, output 12VDC 1A using UC3842. It work but there are some problem:
- The mosfet, and diode D1 overheat. I dont understand what happen. Please explain to me. This is schematic
The flyback transformer use EE25 with air-gap 0.25mm, primary winding is w
Power Electronics :: 20.12.2012 10:55 :: vantusaonho :: Replies: 5 :: Views: 434
With the second scheme, you changed the flyback into a forward converter, not what you want, I guess.
Twe too high output voltage in first case isn't a problem of transformer design, it means that the feedback circuit isn't working. Your schematic has a missing ground connection, but there may be other problems too. The (...)
Power Electronics :: 26.12.2012 07:50 :: FvM :: Replies: 4 :: Views: 596
I suggest you to take out flyback transformer from old television....but as it is working on 15625Hz frequency you must be switch its supply using IGBT or MOSFET even though it is cost effective solution from such circuit you can generate about 15Kv easily.......
Power Electronics :: 27.03.2013 02:25 :: Electronics_chaitanya :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 280
I'm studing the flyback SMPS.
The documents about flyback say about the difference between CCM mode and DCM mode, for example, primary and secondary current, transformer inductance, etc.
But I cannot find any information about the difference in the topology.
What is the difference?
Are they same in topology, only difference in transformer ind
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 24.04.2013 12:32 :: KwangHeon :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 507
Instead of trying to design a HV transformer with a ferrite of unknown parameters, I would recommend to try a flybackblock from an old TV set operated on 12 VDC. A typical HV is 10-15 kv without load, and the switching transistor can be driven from a 555 timer with ~15 kHz. The HV blocks are also safe to use if you know how to handle 15kV.
Analog Circuit Design :: 08.07.2013 04:41 :: jiripolivka :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 313
It is in my experience very feasible way to make a switchmode converter based on PIC. Naturally, as shanren points out, the noise from switching may be a problem, if not handled properly.
I have some years ago made a PIC based DC to AC converter - to be used as phone ringing voltage generator in a telecom unit. I used a MosFet transistor switch
Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 26.07.2002 23:26 :: ted :: Replies: 3 :: Views: 2653
first ,if you use buck regulator,If input is 3.3V,then 3.3V output is difficult.
I think you can use buck-boost(flyback) topo,or use sepic topo.
Analog Circuit Design :: 31.05.2004 01:16 :: alphi :: Replies: 13 :: Views: 1473
Snubber Circuits Suppress voltage Transient Spikes in Multiple Output DC-DC flyback Converter Power Supplies
The flyback dc-dc converter topology results in significant cost and space savings for multiple output power supplies with high output voltage for power levels up to 100W. flyback (...)
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 31.05.2006 04:59 :: the_risk_master :: Replies: 6 :: Views: 7266