I have not seen an update for the last 16 days, so I assume the questions are/or answered and the issue is solved. I close this thread now. If there is still something open reply and the thread will get open again. If you have any other question…
Thank you for your patience, regarding your questions yes if you have used the calculator tool available on the website then your design should be fine. You can find it here https://www.ti.com/product/LM5158#design-tools-simulation
Hi Chirag ,
I have not seen an update on this thread for the last 7 days. So I assume the issue is solved. In this case it would be great to press the is solved button. If there is still something open, just let me know with the new details. Best regards,
We have not heard back from you for three weeks now, so I assume your question has been answered. You can re-open this thread or simply start a new one in case this one got locked.
Best regards, Harry
Part Number: LM5020 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5158 , LM3481 Hello,
I am working on an isolated DC-DC Flyback converter (24 W output – 6V, 4A) with an input voltage range of 10~14V; like the figure below. I was looking into Primary Supply Regulation…
Part Number: LM5158 Hi,
I am using sepic topology.
I am trying to switch the output voltage from 30V to 15V, using mosfet. But i as add the feedback resistor. The Vfb starts to increase. Once it reaches above 1.4V the Pgood goes zero and SS is grounded…
Part Number: LM5158 Hi team,
my customer want to use MOS actively change the feedback resistor to change its vout for a while (14 to 24)
which means it has two vout value( 14 and 24V)
is this accetable?