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Part Number: TIDA-00120
My customer has been using the TIDA-00120 successfully on 2 of their products, and they would like to reuse it for a new higher power design. Their systems are 12V with panel voltages up to 45.5V, and they would like to support up to 300W output. Do you see any issues supporting the higher power? If not, could you please recommend any necessary changes (FETs, inductor, etc)?
Antonio, hello! Your query has been forwarded to our Industrial Grid Team for review and response. You should hear from the design owner (Salil) in the next business day. I just moved the thread to his queue this morning.
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In reply to JohnFullilove:
Thanks, John! I appreciate the quick response and am looking forward to Salil's feedback.
In reply to Antonio Fadhel:
We have tested the board up to 30A and didn't observe issues. There was some temperature rise on the MOSFETs though. For a continuous operation, I think we may need some small heatsinks to be attached to the devices (depending upon what the expected ambient inside the product).
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