90VAC-300VAC Input, 5V/10W Output PFC-Flyback With Synchronous Rectification

(ACTIVE) PMP6570

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Description

The PMP6570 reference design uses the UCC28050 transition mode PFC controller to generate an isolated 5V/2A output from a universal 90VAC to 300VAC input. This design combines both power factor correction and output regulation in a single stage. In addition, the UCC24610 is used to control a synchronous rectifier on the secondary side of the isolation boundry, improving efficiency.

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Parametrics
 PMP6570.1
(Output Voltage 1)
Vin (Min) (V)90
Vin (Max) (V)300
Vout (Nom) (V)5
Iout (Max) (A)2
Output Power (W)10
Isolated/Non-IsolatedIsolated
Input TypeAC
TopologyFlyback- PFC
PFC- Flyback
Flyback- Synchronous

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
UCC24610  Secondary Side Synchronous Rectifier Controller  Offline and Isolated DC/DC Controllers and Converters  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
UCC28050  Transition Mode PFC Controller  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
PDF 2718 21 Sep 2011 29
Design files (4)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 263 21 Sep 2011 24
ZIP 342 21 Sep 2011 18
PDF 18 21 Sep 2011 33
PDF 70 21 Sep 2011 48

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