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L1 is not the storage inductor, instead VIPer12 seems to be operated in a kind of buck converter circuit with L2 and/or L3 as storage inductor. The non-isolated power supply involves a high risk that the ground short caused permanent damage either of the power supply or the chip-on-board microcontroller. In the latter case there's no (...)
Using a flyback converter with small transformer will give much better efficiency than a single inductor buck converter, whether you want an isolated design or not. Because the switched power of a buck converter is input current * output current, resulting in respective switching losses. A (...)
Hello , For buck converter design ,does anybody use isolated high side nldmos as isolated low side nldmos ? If this works ? Thnaks in advance .
Right i see your problem, when you want to work in pure boost operation, you have to hold the upper side switch on continuously. And of course, bootstrap high side drivers, as well as transformer isolated drivers, cannot normally do that. Of course, you can cheat and get boosting operation by using it as a buckboost converter and driving top (...)
Hello folks! I am wondering if someone can give a comercial part of a buck converter with the next features: Vin_min = 48V. Vout= +/-12V I found some isolated power converters from Traco Power. But i need a NON isolated Sw Regulator. And I am not able to find anything which fits with that... (...)
Hi, I am working on a led tube driver circuit sample. Basically I am trying to reversing the circuit just for simulation purpose. So, the basic blocks of the circuit consists of: AC input - Bridge rectifier - EMI filtering - buck converter - Controller IC for buck - Output. Now, I am having trouble finding the controller IC, which is a (...)
Yes, isolated DC/DC is comprised of switching stage (e.g. transformer push-pull or H-bridge), high-frequency transformer, rectifier and filter. Switcher can be either unregulated or regulated.
100 volt 300 watt non isolated power ltspice asc file.
I wonder which gate driver ICs you suggest for a buck converter with NMOSFET? TC4427 e.g. won't do. The isolated Infineon driver, yes, but only with a separate driver power supply. It must be a bootstrap driver to generate a gate voltage above Vin. And it needs an auxilary oscillator to charge the bootstrap capacitor if the output is (...)
If an ultraviolet print head for a curing machine has a 100W bank of leds on it supplied by a buck converter LED driver from a 48V rail?then what extra safety precautions need taking if the rail is made to be minus 230VDC? (That?s an ?isolated-from-the-mains? -230VDC). The leds are in buck connection, with the (...)
Hi Everyone, is it a common practice placing an LC filter at the INPUT of a non-isolated buck converter to reduce reflected noise? does LC filter add any problem? Regards, Ballimo
hello pleas is anyone has information about the isolated and optocouplerthis type DCP020515DP isolated optocopler HCPL-3180
Even if you want the negative output voltage, the simple non-isolated buckboost still has some unique disadvantages. First, if you want to use an N channel FET, its source will be at the switching node, and must swing above and below ground. One trick to deal with this is to reference your whole control IC to the switching node (though then you nee
If you want the input to be isolated from the output (desirable if you're running high voltage), then consider a full H-bridge driving a transformer. If they do not need to be isolated, then a boost or boost-buck converter could be sufficient. Also consider 2 or more parallel converters, interleaved. (...)
Presumably you need an isolated output? A flyback will do it for you, we have designed a number of these types, easy at the power levels you require.
You need an isolated power supply for the gate driver and a suitable driver circuit. An opto-isolated gate driver like TLP250 would be fine. Your schematic doesn't show a valid chopper circuit. A buck converter must use a suitable inductor and a fast rectifier diode.
Hi I want to design a 48V, 40A MPPT, I want to know that what topology should I follow (1) non isolated buck converter (2) Push pull (3) Half bridge/ full bridge. Regards.
Hi I am making a PCB that has power coming into the board as 12V and 5V. However I also need a on-board -12V power rail for some OpAmps. If I use a 12Vto12V isolated DC-DC Brick, then connect it up backwards so that output 12V is ground and output GND is 12V, would this give me the -12V that I need? What is a better way to do this?
i m trying to design a isolated buck converter that will give me 5v fixed output Vin= 7v to 30V. i want to desing a pwm whose output is connected to transformer. PWM receives i/p from optocoupler which gets i/p from the output of buck converter. It would be very nice of u if u help me in this.... (...)
Hi Prashanttiyagi As Bradtherad said one of the best solutions is a buck converter . but there is another way available too . i think with this low voltage , you don't need any isolation , so a simple flyback converter , with non isolated feedback ( with two resistors and a common ground ) can be ok too . But another thing (...)