UCC28630

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High power Flyback controller with PSR, peak power mode, X-Cap discharge, and freq dither

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Parameters

Control method Primary-side regulation Duty cycle (Max) (%) 70 Frequency (Max) (kHz) 120 UVLO thresholds on/off (V) 14.5/8 Features PSR, CCM, DCM, HV Start-up Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 Rating Catalog open-in-new Find other Flyback controllers

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Features

  • High-Power, Primary-Side CV/CC Regulation
  • Continuous Conduction Mode (CCM) and Discontinuous Conduction Mode (DCM) Operation
  • Built-In 700-V Start-Up Current Source
  • Active X-Capacitor Discharge (UCC28630 and UCC28633)
  • Adjustable Constant-Current (CC) Mode Limiting (except for UCC28630)
  • High Gate Drive Current 1-A Source and 2-A Sink
  • Low Power Modes for <30-mW System Standby
  • Best-In-Class Light Load (10%) Efficiency >85%
  • PSR design with no opto-coupler - can meet high CM isolation & surge requirements
  • VDD OVP for independent indirect output OV under open-feedback fault conditions
  • Peak-Power Mode for Transient Overload
  • Shutdown Pin Interface for External NTC
  • Protections: Overvoltage, Overcurrent, Over-Temperature, Overload Timer (UCC28630), AC Line UV, Brownout and Pin Protections
  • Frequency Dither to Ease EMI Compliance (except the UCC28632)
  • Create a Custom Design Using the UCC2863x With the WEBENCH® Power Designer

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Description

The UCC2863x targets high-power, primary-side regulated flyback converters. The ability to operate in both CCM and DCM make the device suitable for applications with a wide power range. The peak power mode allows transient peak power delivery up to 200% of nominal rating, with only a 25% peak current increase, maximizing transformer utilization.

The transformer bias winding is used to sense output voltage for regulation, and for low-loss input voltage sensing. Advanced sampling techniques allow CCM operation, and deliver excellent output voltage regulation performance for opto-coupler-less designs at power levels of 100 W and above.

A high-voltage current source enables fast and efficient start-up. Advanced light-load modes are deployed to reduce both controller and system power consumption at no load and light load. These modes enable potential system designs to meet 30-mW no-load power for power designs up to 30 W nominal, 60 W peak.

The device has been designed for ease-of-use and incorporates many features to enable a wide range of designs. Extensive protection features are included to simplify system design.

See the Device Comparison Table for details.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet UCC2863x, High-Power Flyback Controller with Primary-Side Regulation and Peak-Power Mode datasheet (Rev. D) Dec. 15, 2017
More literature IEC 60065 Certification Mar. 15, 2019
More literature UCC28630 and UCC28633 IEC 62368 Certification Feb. 07, 2019
Technical articles Designing an energy-efficient BLDC ceiling fan solution Apr. 24, 2015
User guides UCC28630EVM-572, 65-W Nominal, 130-W Peak, Primary-Side Regulated Adapter Module (Rev. B) Mar. 18, 2015
Technical articles Power packaging developments are advancing energy efficiency Jun. 26, 2014
Technical articles APEC 2014: What is all of this industrial buzz?! Mar. 18, 2014

Design & development

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Hardware development

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UCC28630 Evaluation Module
UCC28630EVM-572
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Description

The Texas Instruments UCC28630EVM-572 evaluation module (EVM) is a 65W primary side regulated (PSR) flyback converter for offline applications, with 130W transient surge capability. It is intended for evaluation purposes and is not intended to be an end product.

Features
  • Transient peak power capability of 200% of nominal output power
  • Primary Side Regulation (PSR) eliminates opto-coupler
  • Active X-cap discharge for no-load power reduction.
  • +/- 1% Voltage regulation
  • +/- 7.5% Constant Current Regulation (7A nominal)
  • No audible noise.
  • Protection Functions: Output Over Voltage (...)

Reference designs

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PSR flyback for universal 85-VAC to 265-VAC input with 12-V/75-W rated output reference design
PMP10335 This design uses the PSR controller UCC28630 that is capable of operating in both CCM and DCM. With the help of X-cap discharge function of UCC28630, the safety discharge resistor can be elimiated. Full load efficiency is 83.5% at 120VAC/60Hz input and 86% at 230VAC/50Hz input.
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85-265Vac to 12V/3A and 24V/1.3A Power for Digital Televisions and Monitors Power Reference Design
PMP4444 — The PMP4444 is an universal AC input, 65W output flyback converter with primary-side regulation(PSR) enabled by the UCC28630D high-power flyback controller. The PSR solution eliminates the need for optocouplers and secondary-side feedback components creating a small, low BOM cost system. The (...)
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BLDC Ceiling Fan Controller with Sensorless Sinusoidal Current Control
TIDA-00386 This reference design is a complete solution for a brushless DC ceiling fan controller that runs from AC power.  It features the DRV10983 24V three-phase motor driver to drive motors with sinusoidal current and sensorless control.  The UCC28630 converts 90-265 VAC into 24 VDC.  The (...)
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PSR Flyback Reference Design for 120V+/-15% AC Input and 24V/6A Output
PMP10912 The PMP10912 reference design uses the UCC28630 primary-side regulated controller on a two-switch flyback controller  to generate a 24V/6A output from 120VAC input with safety isolation rated transformer. Over 87% efficiency is achieved at full load in this design.
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Primary Side Regulated Flyback Reference Design with 120VAC Input and 24V/4A Rated Output
PMP10804 This reference design implements the UCC28630 PSR controller in a flyback power supply. The UCC28630 is capable of operating in both Continuous and Discontinuous Conduction Modes which enables high efficiency while reducing inductor size and cost. Safety standards such as EN60950 require that any (...)
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24V 65W Nominal 130W Surge Offline Flyback Power Supply for Industrial Rails Reference Design
PMP9643 24V Output, Constant Voltage / Constant Current, 65W Flyback power supply with 130W surge capability. Primary side regulation eliminates feedback opto-coupler and provides 1% regulation down to no-load. Average efficiency of > 89% and no load power of < 70mW are achieved. Voltage input range (...)
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65W (130W Surge) Flyback Power Supply for Laptop Adapter Apps w/85-265VAC Input Reference Design
PMP9208 The PMP9208 is a power adapter reference design for 19.5V output, constant voltage / constant current, 65W flyback power supply with 130W surge capability. Primary side regulation eliminates feedback opto-coupler and provides 1% regulation down to no-load. Average efficiency of > 89% and no load (...)
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