UCC28070 Evaluation module

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Description

The UCC28070 evaluation module is a 300W, two-phase interleaved, PFC pre-regulator that uses average current mode control techniques to achieve near unity power factor. The pre-regulator was designed to operate off a universal ac line input of 85V to 265V and provides a regulated 390V dc output. This evaluation module demonstrates TI's interleaved PFC control technology.

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UCC28070EVM:
UCC28070 Evaluation module

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Technical Documents
Datasheet (1)
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PDF 1904 18 Apr 2016
Application notes (2)
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PDF 753 08 Jul 2010 0
PDF 739 18 Jun 2009 0
User guides (1)
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PDF 592 12 May 2009 0
Design files (8)
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PDF 244 24 Feb 2009 0
PDF 570 24 Feb 2009 0
ZIP 203 24 Feb 2009 0
ZIP 303 24 Feb 2009 0
PDF 88 24 Feb 2009 0
PDF 108 24 Feb 2009 0
PDF 31 24 Feb 2009 0
PDF 37 24 Feb 2009 0

Software (3)


TI Devices (4)

Part Number Name Product Family
UCC28060  Natural Interleaved Dual-Phase Transition-Mode PFC Controller  Offline & isolated DC/DC controllers & converters 
UCC28070  Two-Phase Interleaved CCM PFC Controller  Offline & isolated DC/DC controllers & converters 
UCC28070-Q1  Automotive Two-Phase Interleaved Current Mode PFC Controller  Offline & isolated DC/DC controllers & converters 
UCC28070A  Two-Phase Interleaved CCM PFC Controller with Extended Frequency Range (10kHz to 300kHz)  Offline & isolated DC/DC controllers & converters 

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