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Part Number: TIDM-02002
I am asking this for our customer.
In our design, did we test the performance at no load, which is one of the challenges for LLC control?
What is the efficiency, output ripple at no load?
Do we only use frequency control or have another control mode?
OR do we have any method to deal with it except just switching at very high frequency?
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In reply to Himanshu Chaudhary60:
TIDM-02002 is connected to a battery charger and hence no load conditions is not possible. Light load is possible. We have not yet done tests at very light load.
Burst mode is a common technique used but we have not implemented this on this design.
In reply to Manish Bhardwaj:
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