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Part Number: TIDA-010039
A customer of mine has the following query!
Currently re-calculating the LCL filter for the AC/DC converter input according to TIDA-010039 (paragraph 188.8.131.52) for simulation purposes.
However the formula to determine the attenuation factor seems to be incorrect/off (see picture below).
When I (re)calculate the example values from the derived formula (in formula (6)) I get an r value of 0.56% (instead of 2.7%)?
I tried to substitute from formula 5 towards 6 but I could not make any sense out of it. Maybe formula 5 is incorrect?
Looking forward to your response.
I am looking into correcting the mistake here. I will update this post with the corrected information shortly.
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