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You can try something like the circuit below. Make R1 adjustable to set the average output voltage. You should then have a DC source with ripple. The 2.4 kHz injection level can be changed to suit your requirements. The resistor R2 on the output just represents the load that your test circuit will have. Alternatively, you can use a 12 V regula
1. What is the power supply for your IC? Is it the same battery whose voltage you are measuring? If so then you may not be able get correct readings. 2. To measure AC ripple riding a DC component, put in a series capacitor to block the DC. Then amplify the AC which comes through.
I would call it "tolerable", not "desirable". I've never seen any use, or seen anyone ask for more Vripple. Current ripple scaling is important to current mode control schemes but your two "goalposts" are the ripple that makes the current comparator work clean (low enough jitter) and the ripple that violates output (...)
Hello Anyone can help me to give some idea or sensor IC that I can use for sensing the battery voltage. Actually my target is sensing the battery voltage above 13.4 V with small amount of ac ripple (20mV peak to peak).
I picture one operating at 99 kHz, the other at 100 kHz. Sometimes they act in unison, sometimes they are interleaved. I think the output is the same, for theoretical purposes. In practical terms interleaving has an advantage, because it reduces incoming current ripple, reduces output voltage ripple, and allows smaller filter capacitors.
Most oscilloscopes do FFT, but the approach sounds like overengineering. 100 Hz Irms component can be easily calculated from bus voltage and PFC power based on the known sinusoidal input current and respective 100 Hz power ripple. It doesn't depend on the pwm mode.
Before ordering components you should calculate some parameters of the AC/DC part. - Input RMS current - VDC voltage ripple - Capacitor ripple current (check against datasheet rating) The input and capacitor current will depend on power grid impedance but is usually quite high in relation to output current. The present rectifier (...)
Dear Friends Here i am designing a PFC for my application Design Inputs are Vin(Min)=200vac Vin(Max)=265 vac Output power:400 Watts Frequency of Converter : 100KHZ Inductor ripple Factor:10% i have calculated some values Dmin:0.31,Dmax:0.49 I avg (Low voltage):2.45 Amp Iavg(High voltage):1.81 Amp i have used the Formula (...)
Your requirement is step down conversion (20VDC to 8VDC) t on/t off = duty is the duty cycle ( Duty = 50% or more generally ) fmin is the minimum frequency Vf is the diode forward voltage drop (.5V) CT is oscillator frequency setting capacitor you can vary the PWM frequency by varying CT value V ripple is the ripple (...)
O.K. Boost PFC means that the battery voltage must be above AC peak voltage of 42 V, e.g. 48 V battery. Or you need an additional buck output converter. If the battery can accept the 100 Hz current ripple, no large output capacitors are required.
Hi I want to design smps with LCC topology with the below specification Vin=650 volts Vout=1000 volts Iout = 20 amp frequency=50 khz output ripple voltage=1 volts I want to calculate the capacitance of output capacitor. I know the below formula: C = / Vr C in Farad I in Ampere f in Hz Vr in Volts
This depends a lot on the power switch element and the DC motor attributes. Your armature inductance will be one concern, you need ripple current to be sensible (maybe 10% of full load amps) and you can get that from worst case max line voltage and motor inductance (though I'd guess maybe this is modal too, what's the worst case minimum inductanc
Hello, We are scoping the output voltage of a 100W (1V5, 65A output) , 3MHz Vicor VTM48? power module with a Scope Probe PCB Adapter (as in attached JPEG) soldered into the PCB. This is essential since the 3MHz VTM48 module cannot be scoped with the scope probe with its ground 'tail' clip, -because there?s too much noise like that. However
Your description isn't very clear. Is the ripple filter connected to AC voltage? In this case you probably missed the datasheet specifications about permitted AC voltage. A capacitor loaded with AC voltage must be rated for AC. Another point is series inductance and resistance (ESL/ESR) and rated ripple (...)
Hi, I have a balancing circuit as shown in figure. Cells are balancing each other by transporting enrgy from higher energy cell to lower energy cell. My problem is that; the duty of the capacitors is to smooth battery voltages but when I change the battery capacities, the ripple voltage changes. I do not know why. I thought,
?surely the above thread is incorrect?..SMPS output ripple should best be measured with a x10 scope probe, and not a piece of coaxial cable which will be a 1:1 probe and will overly capacitively load the high frequency bit of the measured value? All that is needed is to remove the ?tail? at the end of
Full wave rectifier Vripple = Iload / 2 f C Half wave rectifier Vripple = Iload / f C 3 phase rectifier Vripple = Iload / 6 f C So the ripple voltage is reduced for 3 phase. That is an important point. You also need to focus on the ripple frequency. For a (...)
Is the voltage ripple acceptable or causing any problems ? I suspect it is due to excessive phase shift in the LC filter with high Q resonance affecting the loop stability. What happens when you shunt the choke with a 5 Ohms? What happens if you apply a 1 A pulse load with 100mA steady load? Is it stable? Does it ring at the same frequency after
in any good design , you define all Ouputs with, V, I and max ripple allowed. then additional filtering can be added as req'd
It is easy to reduce noise say on 50mV SMPS ripple using LC filter to desired level combined with PSRR on chip. CM and DM ferrite beads can also reduce ingress on high impedance inputs, if the layout causes crosstalk. I have used SMPS for video amplifiers and AMLCD bias without noise effects, but with care. In this case I stepped down 9V to 5V