Flyback controllers – Support & training
Flyback controller training
TI offers a wide variety of resources to aid in the design and fine tuning of flyback circuits. From the fundamentals and basic considerations to more in-depth design tips and example designs, these training videos below will help expedite the design process.
Learn about the basics of a flyback controller and convert.
|What is a flyback?||Get a better understanding of what a flyback is and when you should use one.|
|Understanding the basics of flybacks||Understand how a flyback works and the important factors to consider when using one.|
|What are TI's flyback solutions?||Learn more about TI's UCC287xx flyback controller family of devices.|
|Controlling power supplies with multiple feedback loops||Learn more about controllers with multiple feedback loops, and why to use them with flyback converters.|
Flyback design considerations
Learn more about design considerations for flyback solutions.
|Flyback transformer design||Learn how to optimize the design of a transformer to maximize performance.|
|Compensation design||Learn how to close the feedback loop for externally compensated devices.|
|Snubber design||Learn how to design snubbers to protect the FET from damaging voltage overshoots.|
|Capacitor and magnetic selection||Learn how to select the right capacitor and magnetics for any design.|
Discover example designs by TI experts that include flyback devices.
|350W AC/DC converter||Learn how UCC28730 is used in a 350W AC/DC converter as a bias supply and 12W secondary output.|
|USB Type-C/PD charger||Learn how UCC28740 is used in a 60W USB Type-C/PD wall adapter.|
|How to use WEBENCH® for High Power Designs||Learn how to design your own custom AC/DC supply using TI's flyback controllers with WEBENCH®.|
Get to market faster and overcome design challenges with TI's flyback controller technical design resources.
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Generate, optimize and simulate designs that conform to your unique power specifications.