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UC3854B: Abnormal output waveform
Part Number: UC3854B
I am using the UC3854B for PFC application ,but was not getting the results needed,the voltage level was lower that the input and the current waveform was badly distorted.
The input voltage level was around 60 VAC,is that enough or does it need to be higher?
Its an urgent matter ,so a prompt response would be highly appreciated.
In reply to Russell Hammad:
We can only work with the tools we have and if you cannot add new information I will go ahead and close this post.
Please open a new post if you can add any new information.
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In reply to John Griffin1:
You did not help me at all though, all your responses where general and not new.
You did not give any effort to help me.
Since we are working on the same topic on your new post, I am going to close this one.
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