The feedback resistors all seem so big compared to other resistors. Is there a reason for this? Do I have to make them this big in my final design?
The aim is quickly develop, prototype, and evaluate power solutions. By making the feedback resistors large, the output voltage can be easily modified given the resistor combination defined in the "Configuration Settings" section of the board's demo manual. The size of these feedback resistors may not be this big in the final design.