Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28911 , UCC28740 , LM5023 , UCC2813-2 , UCC2813-0 , UC3842 , UCC2800 , UCC2802 , UCC28C42 , UCC28C43 Dear all.
I think about the multi-output by flayback. (DC3.3V/450mA, DC15V/10mA, DC-15V/10mA, DC24V/30mA) Our customer made the…
Hello Bernard, welcome to the TI Forum.
I would start a search like this by using our Reference Designs area. Search power reference design parameters
I used VinMax = 120V to start my search. Then sorted by lowest VinMin.
These results below are good examples…
Here are some part numbers that appeared when I searched for your requirements. I recommend starting to look at UCC28600-Q1.
The question of what is the "best" solution depends on your specific goals. Most often, "best" translates into simplest or cheapest. I suggest that you investigate using one of the UCC2813-x family of low-cost PWM controllers, specifically…
Hi team, Below is the question from a customer regarding soft start time of UCC2813-4-Q1 . Pls help to answer. "We are testing UCC2813-4-Q1 and do not observe the soft start function. PWM duty goes directly from 0% to almost 50% during start up. Any…
I don't believe there is anything other than what is available on the parts product page http://www.ti.com/product/ucc2813-0 however I am attaching the seminar papers that describe the control loop calculations that might prove useful in developing…
Thank you for uncovering several typographical errors in the application section of our UCC2813-x datasheet. We will begin the process to correct these errors, but this may take many weeks due to internal procedures. Meanwhile, I’ll address…