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BAT54A-GT1 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.3A, Silicon, LEAD FREE, SMD, 3 PIN Sensitron Semiconductors BAT54A vs BAT54A-GT1
BAT54A-GS18 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, ROHS COMPLIANT, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Vishay Semiconductors BAT54A vs BAT54A-GS18
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BAT54LT3 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Element, Silicon, TO-236AB, PLASTIC, CASE 318-08, 3 PIN Motorola Semiconductor Products BAT54A vs BAT54LT3
BAT54S-7 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated BAT54A vs BAT54S-7
BAT54SLT3 Diodes 2 ELEMENT, SILICON, SIGNAL DIODE, TO-236AB, PLASTIC, CASE 318-08, 3 PIN Motorola Mobility LLC BAT54A vs BAT54SLT3
BAT54S/T3 Diodes 0.2A, 85V, 2 ELEMENT, SILICON, SIGNAL DIODE, TO-236AB, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 NXP Semiconductors BAT54A vs BAT54S/T3
BAT54SGS18 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.1A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC, SOT-23, 3 PIN Vishay Semiconductors BAT54A vs BAT54SGS18
BAT54A-GS18 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, ROHS COMPLIANT, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Vishay Semiconductors BAT54A vs BAT54A-GS18
BAT54CTC Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, Silicon, Diodes Incorporated BAT54A vs BAT54CTC
BAT54AT Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 2 Element, 0.2A, 30V V(RRM), Silicon, GREEN, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Lite-On Semiconductor Corporation BAT54A vs BAT54AT

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Reference Designs

  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.2: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design - PMP7246.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP7246: This is a 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It can modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can also be used for all other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 12A (18Apeak).
  • 220W Synchronous 4 Switch Buck-Boost Converter
    PMP9490: PMP9490 is a 225W four Switch Buck –Boost Design utilizing best in Class Synchronous Buck Boost Converter LM5175. The design accepts an input voltage of 9.5Vin to 20Vin and provides the outputs of 15V@15 A for Constant Voltage Output Application such as Voltage stabilizer or as Power amplifier SMPS, 10.8V to 15V@12.5A for CC/CV Battery Charger application, and 12.5 A for Constant Current LED Drive application. It features an inexpensive and more efficient solution to using discrete Buck and boost converters. The average current regulation loop of the IC at the output is used for Battery Charging profiling with no external circuit being involved.
  • Cranking Simulator Reference Design for Automotive Applications
    PMP7233: This design is a cranking simulator which generates three different cranking pulses to test automotive systems up to 50W. A microcontroller sets the output voltage of a synchronous buck in the range of 2-15V accordingly to the programmed curves. Output current is in the range of 3.3-25A. It is a complete system and all the information necessary to build the device is available.
  • 48V Input 3.3V/30A with Output Pre-bias
    PMP5997: This reference design generates a 3.3V/100W output from a standard 48V telecom input and allows for a pre-biased output. The UCC2897A controls operation of the active clamp power stage. The drive signal for the synchronous rectifiers is sent to the secondary side through an ISO7220 digital isolator. This drive signal is blanked out during startup to allow for a pre-biased output. This design achieves efficiencies over 92% and is built on a standard ¼ brick footprint.
  • 110V AC in Non-isolated Dimmiable GU10 LED Driver
    PMP4389: The PMP4389 is a 110Vac input non-isolate dimmable GU10 LED driver using TPS92075. It delivers 30V120mA output with high efficiency > 81% over input range. The PF>0.97. PMP4389 demonstrates perfect compatiblity with different dimmers. The overall size is limited in 26mmx18mmx16mm. PMP4389 also passes EMI guidelines.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design
    PMP7246.2: This is a 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It can modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can also be used for all other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 12A (18Apeak).
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (.9V @ .5A)
  • LED driver with dimming 140V…170V@0.35A
    PMP5652: The PMP5652 combines together the cascode Flyback topology (fast startup) and the constant ON time modulation to achieve high power factor and constant current driving, suitable for LED lighting application. The input voltage is the high line and a 0…10V analog input is used as dimming control voltage.
  • 18W AC-DC Indoor LED Driver
    PMP6694: The PMP6694 is 18W LED based reference design for replacing incandescent and halogen bulbs utilizing UCC28810 quasi resonant PFC flyback converter.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC - PMP10110.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP10110: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.05V @ 7A) - PMP4742.5 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: For PMP4742.5, the core voltage is supplied by TPS40021, which drives CSD16406 and CSD16409 to deliver 1.05V@7A. The TPS2420 on the 5Vin limits the inrush current "seen" by the 5V source.
  • 200W Natural Interleaving Transition-Mode PFC Flyback LED Driver Reference Design
    PMP10116: This design uses the UCC28063A transition-mode pfc controller to drive LEDs up to 700mA current from an AC input. This flyback pfc topology provides isolation and uses quasi-resonant mode control. It supports analog dimming on the output side.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.1: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • Isolated DC/DC Power Supply for PLC Analog Input and Output Module Reference Design
    TIDA-00401: The TIDA-00401 TI Design is an isolated DC/DC turn-key solution.For a 10W isolated power supply with wide input voltage range, no opto-coupler feedback and low number of external components the Fly-Buck™ topology is superior to a flyback design. The single side populated PCB board provides a convenient tool for evaluation and on-the-fly optimization of the design, with adequate headers, jumpers and test points for applications like PLC analog Input/Output modules.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.8V @ 4A) - PMP4742.6 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: PMP4742.6 supplies the DDR2 memory by means of TPS54620 (1.8V@3.5A) and TPS51200 (0.9V@0.5A). The DDR2 current is monitored by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (12V @ 1.1A) - PMP4742.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4742: PMP4742.1 comprises a negative input (-10.8V to -13.2V) to positive output (12V@1A average) inverting buck-boost converter with TPS40210; a hot swap circuit with TPS2420 quickly limits the output current to 2A peak.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (24V @ 0.5A)
    PMP4742.2: PMP4742.2 is a simple and efficient non synchronous boost converter. It boosts the input 12V to 24V at 150mA nominal, 500mA maximum. Its enable pin is driven by power good signal from the hot swap TPS2420.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.4: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • A Fully Featured, 350W Offline High Performance Power Supply
    PMP5568: This project is a complete 350W, high performance, high speed offline power supply solution. It contains a novel, microcontroller-driven synchronous bridge rectifier, a 2-phase interleaved PFC stage and a phase-shifted fullbridge as down converter. It has an universal input (85 .. 265V AC) and the output voltage is adjustable between 12 and 14V. The continuous output current is 25A, the peak current is 27A. A second microcontroller monitors several values (input voltage, PFC voltage, output voltage, output current, temperatures), is the interface to the user (LCD, push-buttons), adjusts the output voltage and synchronizes the switching frequency of all converters.
  • 36-60Vin, 350W Slow Drain Modulation Power Converter with PSFB ZTE and HSHB Reference Design
    PMP7246.1: This is a 350W High Speed Full Bridge Phase Shift ZVT Synchronous Rectification DC/DC reference design. It is built for telecom applications to supply a RF Power Amplifier stage. The design is utilizing UCC28950 voltage mode forward and average current limitation backward converter (two quadrant converter). It can modulate output voltage from 20V to 32V within 200us (at maximum 200uF of capacitive load) – so called: slow drain modulation. The converter has full load steps capability as well. It is a very small design for high sophisticated telecom applications. The system can also be used for all other two quadrant applications. Input voltage range: 36VDC-60VDC; Output voltage: 20VDC…32VDC (adjustable); Output current: 12A (18Apeak).
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.8V @ 4A)
    PMP4742.6: PMP4742.6 supplies the DDR2 memory by means of TPS54620 (1.8V@3.5A) and TPS51200 (0.9V@0.5A). The DDR2 current is monitored by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (12V @ 1.1A)
    PMP4742.1: PMP4742.1 comprises a negative input (-10.8V to -13.2V) to positive output (12V@1A average) inverting buck-boost converter with TPS40210; a hot swap circuit with TPS2420 quickly limits the output current to 2A peak.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.2V @ 2A)
    PMP4742.4: For PMP4742.4, A second TPS54620 synchronous buck converter, supplies an FPGA at 1.2V@2A. Also, the output current is measured by INA210 and shunt resistor.
  • Universal AC Input to 30Vmax@6A Lead-acid Battery Charger Reference Design with PFC
    PMP10110.3: The PMP10110 design converts the universal input AC voltage to isolated 17V...30V@6A and is suitable to charge lead-acid or Li-Ion batteries. The converter is a constant-V and constant-I genarator and the set points for output voltage (charge level) and current are settable by means of two PWM signals. The first stage is a PFC boost while the isolation ad current stabilization is performed by DC-DC half bridge stage. An isolated quasi-resonant flyback converter supplies all internal voltages and provide some extra current for external loads (fan or analog section), in details 12V@400mA and 5V@300mA.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (3.3V @ 5A)
    PMP4742.3: PMP4742.3 protects the 12Vin by means of hot swap controller (TPS2420) and feeds a TPS54620, syncronous buck converter, which generates 3.3V@3.7A. An INA210 reads the buck's current for monitoring purposes.
  • Reference Design for Telecom Applications (1.05V @ 7A)
    PMP4742.5: For PMP4742.5, the core voltage is supplied by TPS40021, which drives CSD16406 and CSD16409 to deliver 1.05V@7A. The TPS2420 on the 5Vin limits the inrush current "seen" by the 5V source.

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