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High serial cell count battery (>15s) systems are becoming more and more common for industrial applications. These applications are cost sensitive and require a simple solution that includes monitoring: protection: and control or even SOC (State of Charge) information rather than only basic independent hardware protection. This design offers a platform for the complete pack side solution. All independent hardware protection features are incorporated from the bq76930 and a robust communication interface is implemented for host device to read the battery information.
This is a quasi-resonance (QR) flyback reference design for industrial applications: which illustrates how to convert AC input voltage 85 - 115 Vac to isolated multiple outputs: 24 V/0.5 A: 12 V/0.9 A and 15 V/20 mA using the UCC28600 Controller. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this design to achieve peak efficiency of up to 87.5% while the no-load losses are less than 82 mW.
This reference design showcases a robust: compact: and efficient main power supply in DCM flyback topology for motor drives using the UCC28740 flyback controller. This design can work with a wide input voltage range of 290–1000 VDC delivering up to 50 W of continuous power. Multiple output rails at 24 V (1.25 A): 15 V (0.67 A): 5 V (2 A): 3.3 V (0.1 A) are available for control: gate drive: sensor: I/O: and other applications; additionally an isolated 5-V (0.1 A) output is provided for isolated communication power. The load and line regulation are within 0.5% over the entire operation range by the use of opto-regulated feedback. Key benefits of the UCC28740 device include valley switching enabling higher efficiency (>85% at 550 VDC: 50 W): internal HV FET enabling self-start without external circuitry: and frequency dithering that reduces EMI.
This reference design provides isolated +24V (45W): ±16 V (4.5W): and +6V (0.5W) outputs to power the control electronics in variable speed drives. The power supply can be either powered directly from 3-phase AC mains (380Vac to 690Vac) or can be powered from the DC-link voltage (400Vdc to 1200Vdc). This design uses a quasi-resonant flyback topology and is rated for 50-Watt total output power. The line and load regulation of the power supply is designed to be within 5% using primary-side regulation (eliminating costly feedback components). The power supply is designed to meet the clearance: creepage: and isolation test voltages as per IEC61800-5 requirements.
The PMP10767 reference design uses Buck converter to convert universal AC input voltage to a 15V/0.13A DC output with UCC28911 controller. Circuit simplicity is achieved with quasi-resonant valley-switching operation and the utilization of Buck topology. Peak 77% efficiency is achieved at f
PMP20129 is an isolated synchronous flyback converter with a 3.3V/5A output. The 36-60V input range is suitable for most telecom and Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications that require high efficiency.
The PMP15018 reference design incorporates the TPS54541 42V 5A DC/DC converter and two TPS56C215 17V: 12A DC/DC converters. The solution operates from 15V to 42V input and generates 1.0V @10A and 1.2V@10A voltage rails. The 1.0V and 1.2V converters operate at 1MHz and 400kHz respectively in order to highlight the size vs. performance advantages/disadvantage for low vs. high frequency operation.
This reference design implements a five-segment LED smart stack light with 20 LEDs used in factory floor and industrial process automation of greater complexity. An IO-Link interface is implemented for controlling the stack light and reading back status information. The design features low power consumption to be powered through the IO-Link interface.This signal light reference design demonstrates how the power dissipation of the RGB LED driver can be reduced by 30% and the range of the brightness control can be extended. Automatic brightness control adapts the brightness to ambient light. The reference design uses a simple PWM to modify the output voltage of a switching regulator to implement dynamic headroom control.
This reference design is an automotive front-end power solution for use in high performance cluster applications. This design supports three output voltage rails of 5 V: 3.3 V and 1.2 V. The design also operates with a wide input voltage range and withstands reverse battery conditions. A transient voltage suppressor at the input adds protection for load dump. The above-AM band switching frequencies and dithering reduce the burden of emissions compliance. This reference design also provides results for conducted emissions tests for CISPR 25 Class 5.