I think PMP22087 would be a closer design to you requirements. https://www.ti.com/tool/PMP22087 . The schematic does shows an OCP implementation option, although the current sense resistor was kept to 0 Ohm for testing.
For harmonic limits I …
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I am planning on using the PMP22087, but do not see the specifics for the Transformer, please send me the bill of materials with the transformer information. The part number in the schematic is 750317258 with …
The PFCLLCSREVM034 was designed to support up to 168W of power. PMP22087 is closer to what you are trying to support. You would have to modify the power stages to support your peak power of 400 W.
I hope this answers your question.
You are correct. The 404A has latch protection only in case of BW OVP case. In all other protections, controller will re start.
None of this family of devices doesn't have latch up for all the protections.
If you want to have latch up in all protections…
PMP40580 is designed for low profile TV while PMP22087 is not. And yes, PMP22087 can handle higher output power.
UCC256404 has high voltage startup. Meaning when the input voltage is available, UCC256404 will start to generate bias supply for PFC controller…
unfortunately the PMP30092 reference design cannot provide a load current of 14A for 2 seconds, because the output peak power of 344W is too high but there are a few designs in this power range that have been published on ti.com.:
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I need to design SMPS with below specs
Input- 85V to 265 V AC 50/60Hz OR 120 V to 375 V DC
Output Voltage: 24V DC
Output Current: 42A DC (Continuous)
Boost Current: 50A (5 sec…