High Voltage PFC Developer's Kit


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CAUTION: This equipment operates at high voltages and currents which can result in hazardous electrical shock. Please make sure you understand and follow all necessary safety precautions prior to purchasing and operating.

The High Voltage PFC Developer's Kit uses a Piccolo microcontroller to control a 300W, two-phase interleaved, PFC stage. The EVM is designed to operate off a universal ac line input of 85V to 265V and provides a regulated 390V dc output. The Piccolo MCU digitally controls the two-phase interleaved DC/DC boost stage using closed loop techniques. The kit includes isolated USB JTAG emulation. Software and hardware documentation for the kit are included in controlSUITE.

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Piccolo F28027 Digital PFC Control
300W 2-Phase Interleaved PFC
Universal AC Line Input (85 to 265V)
390V Regulated DC Output
Isolated USB JTAG Emulation

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PDF 1705 22 Jun 2012 1,815
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PDF 502 09 May 2011 1,296
WMV 40108 08 Jul 2010 490
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