85VAC to 265VAC Input 15V/400mA Output, Low Cost and Compact Bias Supply Reference Design

(ACTIVE) PMP10319

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Description

The PMP10319 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 Buck design incorporates the UCC28710 PSR controller. The PMP10319RevA board are designed with complete standard components (including magnetics).

Features
  • 85VAC to 265VAC, 50/60Hz input 15V/400mA
  • Less than 45o C temperature rise on all parts
  • Utilize all standard components (including magnetics)
  • Compact board size with single layer 1.05" W x 2.1" L layout dimension
  • Test report available

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Parametrics
 PMP10319.1
(Output Voltage 1)
Vin (Min) (V)85
Vin (Max) (V)265
Vout (Nom) (V)15
Iout (Max) (A).4
Output Power (W)6
Isolated/Non-IsolatedNon-Isolated
Input TypeAC
TopologyBuck- Non Sync

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
UCC28710  Constant-Voltage, Constant-Current PWM Controller with Primary-Side Regulation  Offline and Isolated DC/DC Controllers and Converters  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 971 20 Aug 2015 31
Design files (3)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 188 20 Aug 2015 10
PDF 107 20 Aug 2015 22
PDF 89 20 Aug 2015 80


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