SLUSC60B December 2017 – October 2019 UCC28064A
PRODUCTION DATA.
The boost inductor is selected based on the minimum switching requirements. Operating at the boundary between DCM and CCM the minimum switching frequency will be at maximum power and at the peak of the line. It is possible that the minimum switching frequency can occur at minimum line or at maximum line. Equation 20.
In order to be sure that converters operates always above the desired (f_{MIN}) we will select the minimum value between L_{H} that would be the value we have if we consider the minimum occurs at maximum input voltage and L_{L} that would be the value we have if we consider that minimum switching frequency occurs at minimum Line voltage. For this design example, f_{MIN} is set to 27 kHz in order to be always above the audible range. For a 2-phase interleaved design, L1 and L2 are determined by minimum between L_{H} and L_{L}as stated in formula (19) here belowEquation 21.
The inductor for this design would have a peak current (I_{LPEAK}) of 5.4 A, as shown in Equation 22, and an RMS current (I_{LRMS}) of 2.2 A, as shown in Equation 23.
This converter uses constant on time (T_{ON}) and zero-current detection (ZCD) to set up the converter timing. Auxiliary windings on L1 and L2 detect when the inductor currents are zero. Selecting the turns ratio using Equation 24 ensures that there will be at least 2 V at the peak of high line to reset the ZCD comparator after every switching cycle.
The turns-ratio of each auxiliary winding is: