SLUSDB2A August 2018 – December 2021 UCC28951
PRODUCTION DATA
The input voltage in this design is 390 V_{DC}, which is typically fed by the output of a PFC boost pre-regulator. It is typical to select input capacitance based on holdup and ripple requirements.
The delay time needed to achieve ZVS can act as a duty cycle clamp (D_{CLAMP}).
Calculate tank frequency using Equation 89:
Estimate the delay time using Equation 90:
The effective duty cycle clamp (D_{CLAMP}) is calculated in Equation 91:
V_{DROP} is the minimum input voltage where the converter can still maintain output regulation (see Equation 92). The converter’s input voltage would only drop down this low during a brownout or line-drop condition if this converter was following a PFC pre-regulator.
C_{IN} was calculated in Equation 93 based on one line cycle of holdup:
Calculate the high-frequency input capacitor RMS current (I_{CINRMS}) using Equation 94.
To meet the input capacitance and RMS current requirements for this design, a 330-µF capacitor was chosen from Panasonic part number EETHC2W331EA:
C_{IN} = 330 µF
This capacitor has a high frequency (ESR_{CIN}) of 150 mΩ and is measured with an impedance analyzer at 200 kHz. ESR_{CIN} = 0.150 Ω
Estimate the C_{IN} power dissipation (P_{CIN}) using Equation 95:
And recalculate the remaining power budget using Equation 96:
There is approximately 6.0 W that remains in the power budget for the current-sensing network, to bias the control device, and for all resistors supporting the control device.