Part Number: TIDA-070002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UC1901 , , UC1843A Hi,
I'm interested in UC1901, I saw TIDA-070002. Thank for this design note!
Q1) For the primary side of magnetic feedback, there is offset network with R20 and R29. What is…
Part Number: TIDA-070002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SM74611 , UC1901-SP
Hope you are well.
Given that the max output load current from the TIDA-070002 could be 10A, why did you choose a coupled inductor
with a secondary winding rated…
Part Number: TIDA-070002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM139 , UC1843B-SP , LM117 , UC1843 , TPS50601A-SP , LM137
I have some questions about the TIDA-070002 reference design:
1. why isolate the feedback loop, what advantage does this give?
Part Number: UC1901-SP Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-070002 , UC1843A-SP , Team,
My immediate need is to come up with an architecture for a HARD Isolated House-Keeping power supply (~50W).
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Part Number: UC1843A-SP Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UC1843-SP , TIDA-070002 , UC1843 , UC1901-SP Hi,
I have a customer interested in the UC1843-SP.
Please help answer the following question.
I saw the sample circuit in the datasheet and the TIDA-070002…
The IC you choose should work for the topology.
I do notice in the schematic that you use LM431 which has a reference voltage of 2.5, thus you would be unable to make a 2 V output.
I mostly deal with custom transformers for designs and if…