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Reference Designs

  • Signal Processing Subsystem and Current Input Based Self Power for Breaker Applications (ACB/MCCB)
    TIDA-00498: THe TIDA-00498 reference design features signal processing front-end and self-power block for electronic trip unit (ETU) used in circuit breakers. A FRAM based micro-controller is used for processing current inputs from signal conditioning amplifiers for 3-phase, neutral and ground current. Two gains are used to extend the range for phase current measurement. This reference design can also self-power using rectified current input. TIDA-00498 is desiged for fast and repeatable tripping (within 30mS) for wide current and temperature range.
  • Wide Input Range (140Vac to 440Vac) Non Isolated Off-line Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs
    PMP10055.1: An energy metering device very often needs non-isolated power, since the neutral is connected to the ground of the output. This is a typical application, when 1.8V, 3.3V, 12V and 18V are needed to supply digital and analog loads. Even though a small transformer is employed, the PSU delivers 9Wpeak power.
  • Ultra Wide Input Voltage Range AC-DC Buck Converter using UCC28910 Reference Design
    PMP9176: The PMP9176 reference design uses Buck converter to convert ultra wide AC input voltage (50Vac to 275Vac) to a 9V/1.1W DC output with UCC28910 controller. Circuit simplicity is achieved with quasi-resonant valley-switching operation and the utilization of Buck topology.
  • 85-265Vin, 5Vout, 1Aout, AC-DC Fly-Buck Converter Reference Design
    PMP10834: The PMP10834RevA reference design is a compact and thermally efficient design intended to step down a wide range of AC inputs (85VAC to 265VAC). This non-isolated Flybuck design incorporates the UCC28C42 PWM with an optocoupler feedback to provide 1% output voltage regulation. All the circuit components (including magnetics) are standard parts.
  • Low cost 7W A-Lamp LED Driver Solution using Primary Side Sensing LED Controller
    PMP4342: This design demonstrates simple A-lamp LED driver suolution using primary side sensing TPS92315. Valley filled circuit is used to achieve high PF performance(>0.7). The efficiency is 86.5% with 23v350mA output. Overall current cross regulation <+/-1%.
  • High Voltage Input (184Vac…707Vac) to 12V@1A, 3.3V@100mA Non-isolated Flyback Reference Design
    PMP8678: The UCC28720 is a quasi resonant controller and is specialized to drive high voltage BJTs. When the drain voltage is higher than 1KV, BJTs are the best choice for low to mid power flyback converters. In this case two voltages are supplied: 12V@1A and 3.3V@100mA.
  • Wide Input Range (140Vac to 440Vac) Non Isolated Off-line Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs - PMP10055.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10055: An energy metering device very often needs non-isolated power, since the neutral is connected to the ground of the output. This is a typical application, when 1.8V, 3.3V, 12V and 18V are needed to supply digital and analog loads. Even though a small transformer is employed, the PSU delivers 9Wpeak power.
  • Wide Input Range (140Vac to 440Vac) Non Isolated Off-line Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs
    PMP10055.2: An energy metering device very often needs non-isolated power, since the neutral is connected to the ground of the output. This is a typical application, when 1.8V, 3.3V, 12V and 18V are needed to supply digital and analog loads. Even though a small transformer is employed, the PSU delivers 9Wpeak power.
  • Snubberless, Non-Isolated AC/DC Flyback Converter Reference Design with Simplified Transformer
    TIDA-00628: TIDA-00628 is a 15V/6.5W non-isolated, single output, AC/DC Flyback power supply that is capable of operating from wide input voltage ranging from 85Vac to 440Vac. This design demonstrates 2 key features (1) the elimination of snubber components enabled by use of a high-voltage bipolar transistor and (2) simplified transformer design with no need for an auxilliary winding. Low system parts count and built in advanced protection features result in a cost-effective solution for electricity meters and industrial designs.
  • 24 series Driver (350mA@82) for Street Lighting
  • Wide Input Range (140Vac to 440Vac) Non Isolated Off-line Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs
    PMP10055: An energy metering device very often needs non-isolated power, since the neutral is connected to the ground of the output. This is a typical application, when 1.8V, 3.3V, 12V and 18V are needed to supply digital and analog loads. Even though a small transformer is employed, the PSU delivers 9Wpeak power.
  • Analog Front End for Motor Electronic Overload Relays with Enhanced Current Range
    TIDA-00191: This reference design is the analog front end (AFE) for an electronic overload relay, used for monitoring and protecting motors from overcurrent or undercurrent events. It is an ideal tool for developers creating overload relays for sensitive AC motors in industrial applications. This programmable gain amplifier (PGA) based analog front end is intended to be an easy evaluation platform for an accurate, industry-leading 10:1 full load ampere (FLA) range and is repeatable over a -10 to +70°C temperature range.
  • Universal AC Input, Dual Output (12V@30mA, 3.3V@400mA) Isolated Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP10143.2: The PMP10143 reference design demonstrates the use of UCC28880 high-voltage switcher to design an Offline Isolated Flyback converter that can supply greater than 100mA output current. Using 2ndary side feedback control, the design delivers a tighly regulated 3.3V/400mA output that can be used to bias micontrollers and DSPs. In addition the design also provides a 2nd output rail of 12V/30mA that can be used to supply relays and other analog devices.
  • Universal AC Input, 5V/500mA DC output, Non-isolated Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP10175: This design demonstrates the use of UCC28880 high-voltage switcher to design an Offline Non-Isolated Flyback converter that can supply greater than 100mA output current. Using direct resistor-divider feedback, this design delivers a well-regulated 5V/500mA output with minimal component count.
  • Zero drift PGA based Analog Front End Design for Circuit Breakers (ACB/MCCB-ETU)
    TIDA-00130: This reference design is intended for use in molded case circuit breakers (MCCB) electronic trip units. The programmable gain amplifier based design acts as the current monitoring for over-current earth fault relays. Utilizing a zero drift programmable amplifier, this design provides a ±10 % pick-up (A) accuracy and time delay (s) accuracy of 0 to -20%. Additionally, this solution was designed to handle harsh environment conditions by including features such as ambient insensitivity from -10 to 70 ⁰C and high electromagnetic immunity. Finally the analog front end of this design interfaces seemlessly with the TI MSP430 MCU for quicker evaluation and faster time-to-market.
  • Low-cost Universal AC-DC Input Non-isolated Buck Conv using BJT for 12V/0.2A Output Reference Design
    PMP9707: The PMP9707 reference design uses Buck converter to convert universal AC input voltage (85Vac to 265Vac) to a 12V/200mA DC output with UCC28722 controller. BJT is applied to the buck switch for cost optimization, and simplicity is achieved with bulit-in sample and hold regulation function in UCC28722.
  • Low-Power, Low-Noise Analog Front End Design for Circuit Breakers (ACB/MCCB-ETU)
    TIDA-00128: This reference design is intended for use in molded case circuit breakers (MCCB) electronic trip units. The op amp based design acts as current monitoring for over-current earth fault relays. Utilizing a low cost op amp, this design provides a pick-up (A) accuracy ±10 % and time delay (s) accuracy 0 to -20%. Additionally, this design takes harsh environment conditions in mind with features such as ambient insensitivity from -10 to 70°C and high electromagnetic immunity. Finally the analog front end of this design seemlessly interfaces to TI MSP430 MCU for quicker evaluation and faster time-to-market.
  • Wide Input Range (140Vac to 440Vac) Non Isolated Off-line Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs - PMP10055.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10055: An energy metering device very often needs non-isolated power, since the neutral is connected to the ground of the output. This is a typical application, when 1.8V, 3.3V, 12V and 18V are needed to supply digital and analog loads. Even though a small transformer is employed, the PSU delivers 9Wpeak power.
  • Universal AC Input, Dual Output (12V@30mA, 3.3V@400mA) Isolated Flyback Converter Reference Design
    PMP10143.1: The PMP10143 reference design demonstrates the use of UCC28880 high-voltage switcher to design an Offline Isolated Flyback converter that can supply greater than 100mA output current. Using 2ndary side feedback control, the design delivers a tighly regulated 3.3V/400mA output that can be used to bias micontrollers and DSPs. In addition the design also provides a 2nd output rail of 12V/30mA that can be used to supply relays and other analog devices.
  • 15V 130mA Bias Supply for Universal 85-265VAC Input using High-side Buck Topology Reference Design
    PMP10765: This design uses low-cost high voltage non-isolated controller UCC28880 for a 15V 130mA bias supply with universal 85VAC-265VAC input range.
  • Current Controlled Driver for 230V AC Solenoids Reference Design
    TIDA-00284: TIDA-00284 proposes to integrate current control and plunger movement detection into an AC solenoid coil. This reference design provides a solution to control the solenoid current using a PWM-based controller along with a Hall sensor to detect plunger movement and switch from peak current to hold current mode Various applications in the field of industrial automation and material processing will benefit from up-to 70% reduced power consumption, accelerated process time, greatly simplified usage and enhanced monitoring capabilities.
  • Wide Input Range (140Vac to 440Vac) Non Isolated Off-line Flyback Converter with Multiple Outputs
    PMP10055.3: An energy metering device very often needs non-isolated power, since the neutral is connected to the ground of the output. This is a typical application, when 1.8V, 3.3V, 12V and 18V are needed to supply digital and analog loads. Even though a small transformer is employed, the PSU delivers 9Wpeak power.
  • Universal AC Input, Dual Output (12V@30mA, 3.3V@400mA) Isolated Flyback Converter Reference Design - PMP10143.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10143: The PMP10143 reference design demonstrates the use of UCC28880 high-voltage switcher to design an Offline Isolated Flyback converter that can supply greater than 100mA output current. Using 2ndary side feedback control, the design delivers a tighly regulated 3.3V/400mA output that can be used to bias micontrollers and DSPs. In addition the design also provides a 2nd output rail of 12V/30mA that can be used to supply relays and other analog devices.
  • Low Power Off-line Buck Supplies a Fixed Voltage 13V@120mA from Universal Line
    PMP8550: The PMP8550 reference design uses the UCC28880 low power, low cost, off-line buck converter with integrated 700V MOSFET to generate a non-isolated 13V/120mA output from a Universal AC line input. Thanks to its hysteretic mode, no loop compensation is needed reducing BOM count to 23 components producing a single sided, double layer board size of just 38mmx32mmx22mm which can be used in numerous industrial applications such as smart meters, home automation equipment and white goods.
  • Primary Side Regulated Flyback Reference Design with 120VAC Input and 24V/4A Rated Output
    PMP10804: This reference design implements the UCC28630 PSR controller in a flyback power supply. The UCC28630 is capable of operating in both Continuous and Discontinuous Conduction Modes which enables high efficiency while reducing inductor size and cost. Safety standards such as EN60950 require that any X-capacitors in EMC filters on the AC side of the bridge rectifier quickly discharge to a safe level when AC is disconnected. Typically, this requirement is achieved by including a resistive discharge element in parallel with the X-capacitor. However, this resistance causes a continuous power dissipation that impacts the standby power performance. In order to reduce standby power and eliminate the standing loss associated with the conventional discharge resistors, the UCC28630 device incorporates active X-capacitor discharge circuitry. In this design, less than 100mW no load power comsumption and over 88% converter efficiency is achieved.
  • Reference Design - Universal Line Input AC-DC 3W High Side Buck Converter using UCC28720
    PMP9649: The PMP9649 reference design is a simple, low-cost high side Buck converter to convert universal AC input voltage (85Vac to 265Vac) to a non-isolated 20V/150mA DC output with UCC28720 controller. BJT is applied as the buck switch for cost optimization, and simplicity is achieved with bulit-in sample and hold regulation function in UCC28720.
  • Universal AC-DC Buck Converter Using UCC28710 Reference Design
    PMP9530: The PMP9530 reference design uses a buck converter to convert universal AC input voltage (85Vac to 265Vac) to a 18V/300mA DC output with UCC28710 controller. High efficiency and circuit simplicity is achieved with quasi-resonant valley-switching operation and a Buck topology.
  • High Voltage Input (184Vac…707Vac) to 12V@1A, 3.3V@100mA Non-isolated Flyback Reference Design
    PMP8678.1: The UCC28720 is a quasi resonant controller and is specialized to drive high voltage BJTs. When the drain voltage is higher than 1KV, BJTs are the best choice for low to mid power flyback converters. In this case two voltages are supplied: 12V@1A and 3.3V@100mA.
  • 300-W PFC plus Resonant LLC Half-Bridge controller off-line AC/DC PSU Module
    TIDA-00520: This is a high efficiency 300-W AC/DC reference design. The design can be biased from external supply or configured for Self-Bias Auxillary mode for operation directly off the AC mains. The PFC is fully internally compensated, reducing design complexity and pcb design. Protections include 3-level OCP, line brown-out, PFC Bulk OVP plus UVP and OTP.
  • PSR Flyback using UCC28630 for Universal 85VAC-265VAC Input with 12V/75W Rated Output Ref. Design
    PMP10335: This design uses the PSR controller UCC28630 that is capable of operating in both CCM and DCM. With the help of X-cap discharge function of UCC28630, the safety discharge resistor can be elimiated. Full load efficiency is 83.5% at 120VAC/60Hz input and 86% at 230VAC/50Hz input.
  • 5KW Interleaved CCM Power Factor Correction Converter
    PMP4311: PMP4311 is for VFAC (Variable Frequency Air-Conditioner) applications, which use TI Interleaved CCM PFC controller UCC28070 to achieve 5KW two phases interleaved PFC and use UCC28610 as an auxiliary Flyback Power Supply.
  • Universal AC-DC Buck Converter using UCC28710 Reference Design
    PMP9087: The PMP9087 reference design uses Buck converter to convert universal AC input voltage (85Vac to 265Vac) to a 12V/200mA DC output with UCC28710 controller. High efficiency and circuit simplicity is achieved with quasi-resonant valley-switching operation and the utilization of Buck topology.
  • Universal AC-DC Non-isolated Buck Converter, 85VAC-264VAC Input, 2.34W Output (18V / 0.1A)
    PMP9073: The power supply employs non-isolated Buck converter to convert universal AC input voltage (85Vac to 265Vac) to a 18V/130mA DC output with UCC28880. MOSFET has been integrated in UCC28880. It optimizes circuit BoM cost and solution size.

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