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TIDA-010038: Do you have a parameter calculation file?

Part Number: TIDA-010038

Hi TI team,

Customer reviewed TIDA-010038. they try to design a charging system.

Battery : 48V

Charging voltage : 55V

Charging current : min 0.2A, typical : 0.4A, max : 0.5A

1. Do you have a sheet for calculating the parameter appropriate for the output voltage and current? If you don't have a parameter calculation sheet, can you tell me which point to change?

2. Can you tell me which block corresponds to the CC feedback loop?


  • Hello Downey,

    This design is 24V. Major changes would be needed to convert it to 48V, such as transformer change, checking for voltage for everything on the output side. Note: that most of the things on the 24V bus can't support 55V. The current range for this TIDA is overkill for your needs. 

    Here are designs that have at least 48V output at 0.5 Ampere. Many of these could provide 55V with a current limit.

    PMP5435 .2 - Class 4- Flyback 50V@0.5A for PoE Applications
    PMP6011 .1 - Universal Input 45W AC-DC LED Driver Reference Design
    PMP20199 .1 - 85-265VAC Input, 54V/30W Power Over Ethernet PSE Reference Design
    PMP40025 .1 - 85 to 265Vac In, 48V1A Out Power Supply for STB with <75mW Standby Power Reference Design
    PMP12027 .1 - Valley Switching Flyback with 85 to 265VAC Input (48V @ 0.625A) Reference Design
    PMP5250 .1 - Flyback Converter (57V@0.7A) for PoE Power Sourcing (PSE)
    PMP4501 .1 - LED driver 48V@0.7A
    PMP40467 .2 - AC Input,12-V/5-A and 50-V/1-A dual-output flyback reference design
    PMP9727 .1 - 120VAC Input, 48V/12V 32W Flyback Reference Design

    Pick one and start a new e2e post if more support is needed

  • Hi,

    Thanks for your interest in our design.

    1. You can use the calculation excel of UCC25640x which you can find at the bottom of the product page

    2. CC feedback loop includes the feedback loop amplifier and output current sense circuit which you can find in the schematic.