Part Number: LM5175 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5118 , , , LM5176 , LM5170 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hello,
I am doing a project related with battery charging and discharging. I want to use a bidirectional buck boost DC DC converter for…
I don't think 50-70A current is doable using a single phase design. LM5175 is not support multi-phase operation.
Answer to your other questions:
1: Is it possible to use a DAC to adjust the output voltage? (yes)
2: Is it possible to use…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5175 , LM5175RHFEVM-HD Hello team,
I have a support request regarding the LM5175PWP , the application is question is using the Input Capacitor configuration seen on Page 10 of LM5175EVM-HP 's User Guide , including C1, a…
600W is probably too much power for a single phase. A mult-phase approach using a boost such as LM5122 may be more appropriate.
That said if you want to try it, please take a look at the LM5175EVM-HP on the LM5175 product folder as the starting…
The place such a design would be located is at this link below:
That said this EVM example is as close to what you are asking for from what is currently published:
A large factor…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5175EVM-HP Hi,
I have LM5175EVM-HP demo board. It has 12V @ 10A output and 6-36V input.
I'm trying to evaluate whether is it possible to use this controller for the following scenario:
Output 2-4V (output…
Hi Youhao Xi!
I am also looking for more or less the same specifications as Jeff are looking for. Let’s hope its ok to come with some additional questions in this thread.
In our case, we are looking for different options to design a battery charger that…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5175EVM-HP I'm using the LM5175EVM-HP dev board and I'm running into some strange problems.
The LM5175EVM-HP development board has been configured for an output voltage of 25.2V. The output capacitors have been…