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TIDA-00779: PFC hardware testing failure issue
Part Number: TIDA-00779
Hello, This is jaeyup.
All conditions are met, but what is currently lacking is L1(Inductor).It is not possible to obtain the inductor of the current BOM. So, I want to test the behavior of TIDA-00779 by designing it with my own small Cendust Core.I would like to know the specifications and conditions that can be replaced.1. Is the existing L1 (inductor) designed using only one core? Or did you combine the two cores?
2. Core Spec: Kool Mu Permeability (u) Two small Sendust Cores with a size of 60 were connected in series to obtain a value of 790uH. Can I use it like this?
3. If available, the Permeability value is equal to 60, but there are two types of cores with AL (nH / T2) values of 81 and 168. Which one is better?
Please, help me..
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Please send me the email and I can send you the spec of L1, yes, you are right, I used two cores in combined.
My email box: Jasonfirstname.lastname@example.org
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