Part Number: UCC29002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS2412 , TEST Hi,
I am designing a power supply module with universal- AC input and 100W, 28V output. I have a paralleling requirement for this AC-DC power supply, which means if needed user can parallel…
Part Number: UCC29002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM73100 Hi team
My customer raised a new requirement and I am wondering if you could give a correct solution?
Supply#1: 12V, 1.25A max Iout
Supply#2: 12V, 1.25A max Iout
The customer wants to connect…
Part Number: UCC29002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS2412 We are using the UCC29002 and TPS2412 in a load share / hot swap application. Looking into the forum this seems to be a common application.
Now I'm wondering how to deal with the LS pin maximum…
Part Number: UCC29002 Hi Support team
my customer encountered the unstable issue w/ UCC29002, we fingered out the way to mitigated the noise coupling from current shunt resistor after add 0.22uF between CS+ & CS-
my question here is to know any side…
Part Number: UCC29002 Hi Team
There is a good new that we DIN UCC29002
And there have one thing need your support! Please help check this SCH, THX
Cause need LS voltage is 8V, From the calculation formula below, I found out why R512 value cannot use 1…
Part Number: UCC29002 Hello,
One of my customers, is using the UCC29002 load share controller. They have an application that uses this chip powered off of a 12V bias to load share for a 15V output, with the sense line essentially right on the adjust pin…
Part Number: UCC29002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC28950
How are you ?
How to control the load sharing regarding the connection of the two parts.
Is there a circuit diagram for the UCC29002 and UCC28950?
since the Rsense positive point already connected together in the system, customer can not allowed to connect GND_POE_PSU_Direct together.
And my suggestion on my previous post is to highlight that the UCC29002 GND should be connected to …