Part Number: PMP6712 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28950 , Hi there,
I'm designing a power converter with UCC28950 which is similar to PMP6712 reference design. In the design documents, I couldn't find the Altium files (Including schematics…
Part Number: PMP6712 Hi,
Could you briefly explain how the active buck buffer used in the pmp6712 circuit schematic works and any CD4050BNSR component calculations?
My customer has tried to run the simulation, but the result does not match the parameters…
Part Number: PMP6712 Hello.
I want to refer to your PMP6712 case to design a 48V input, 50V / 20A / 1000W single DCDC power supply.
I initially learned the schematic diagram of PMP6712.
I have some questions to ask.
1. Is this reference case working simultaneously…
Part Number: PMP6712 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28950 , UCC28951 Hello.
I need to design a DC / DC power supply with a rated 48V, an input voltage of 38V ~ 58V, and an output of 50V / 20A / 1000W.
I want to refer to the PMP6712…
Part Number: PMP6712 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28950 Hi,
I tried PMP6712 eval board fro 54V, 30A. Working fine.
Now I would like to change the design to get 24V, 30A.
Is there any design calculator/ excel sheet to choose the component values…
Part Number: PMP6712 Hi TIer
A project on hand, reference to TI PMP6712;
Now we need the file of " PMP6712.PcbDoc"
I can't find it on TI.COM
Please help to check whether you can provide, thanks.
Arrow Cyan Zhou
Part Number: PMP6712 Hi all,
Could someone please briefly explain me the operation principle of the active buck snubber that is used in pmp6712 circuit schematic.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration.
Part Number: PMP6712 Good afternoon everyone.
I am developing a project very close to the EVAL PMP6712 example. In my design specifications, I have to allow input voltage: negative and positive (+- 48V). Does this EVAL PMP6712 allow negative input voltage…
Part Number: PMP6712 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28950 Hi all,
I had made a simulation with PSIM of the active buck snubber, but I can't understand the function of C80.
Is it just like C36, C37, C72, C73 to store the energy which comes form…