I'm designing in ADP1071-1 PWM controller to regulate a two-switch flyback auxiliary power converter. As I'm going through the design I've encountered a few gray areas I was hoping to gain some insight on.
Check out ADP1071-1. That sounds like the perfect part for you. You might be able to get the LT3825 to work as well, although it usually targets the 36V to 72V input range.
The ADP1071-2 will indeed be a good fit for this. The ADP1071-2 is in pre-release status so the full datasheet is not yet available. However, it is exactly similar to ADP1074 (active clamp forward converter) with fewer pins. I suggest you contact the…
Apologies for the confusion. Please treat R_TOP+R_BOT= R and place R on the RT pin to AGND1. See fig 27 for more details below.
I will make a change to the datasheet…
Hi, Thanks for those questions, here please find some answers.
1). Yes, ADP1071-2 LTSPICE is available. Please update LTspice library to the latest one, and you can find ADP1071-2 example circuitry available.
2). No minimum load required for ADP1071-2.
Thanks for your questions.
In your questions, we are not quite sure if you are referring to ADP1071-2 board (the link PDF) or ADP1074 (in the title). For the output voltage ripple in the pulse-skipping mode, it is related to the COMP pin clamp…
Thank you for your reply.
Can I use ADP1071-2 for isolation of 24V?
This module can be synchronised upto 600KHz. But I could not find some reference circuit for this circuit.
Can you please suggest some reference circuit or some other module which…
We are working on PoC based on LTC3108-1. We wish add a LED for visual monitoring, LTC3108 is not able to supply a suffisient current to drive the LED.
Could we use C2 input for drive an external Mosfet (low Qg) ?
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The cause of the problem is "-file-attr CORE0" and "-DCORE0" both being included on the compiler command-line. Could you delete CORE0 from the "Additional attributes" in Tools Settings > CrossCore Blackfin…