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UCC28730DR

Zero Standby PSR Flyback Controller with CVCC and Wake-Up Monitoring

Packaging

Package | PIN: D | 7
Temp: Q (-40 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $1.26
10-24 $1.12
25-99 $1.04
100-249 $0.89
250-499 $0.82
500-749 $0.67
750-999 $0.54
1000+ $0.48

Features

  • Enables (<5 mW) Standby Consumption
  • Smart Detection Enables Smallest Output Capacitance
  • Primary-Side Regulation (PSR) Eliminates Opto-coupler
  • ±5% Voltage Regulation and Current Regulation Across Line and Load
  • 700-V Start-up Switch
  • 83-kHz Maximum Switching Frequency Enables Low Stand-by Power Charger Designs
  • Resonant-Ring Valley-Switching Operation for Highest Overall Efficiency
  • Frequency-Dither to Ease EMI Compliance
  • Clamped Gate-Drive Output for MOSFET
  • Over-Voltage, Low-Line, and Over-Current Protection Functions
  • Programmable Cable Compensation
  • SOIC-7 Package

Texas Instruments  UCC28730DR

The UCC28730 isolated-flyback power supply controller provides Constant-Voltage (CV) and Constant-Current (CC) output regulation without the use of an optical coupler, and signal detection to improve transient response to large load steps. A minimum switching frequency of 30 Hz facilitates achieving less than 5 mW of no-load power. This device processes information from the primary power switch and an auxiliary flyback winding for precise control of output voltage and current. The monitoring works with a secondary-side alarm device such as the UCC24650 to deliver rapid response to heavy load steps using minimal output capacitance.

An internal 700-V start-up switch, dynamically- controlled operating states and a tailored modulation profile support ultra-low stand-by power without sacrificing start-up time or output transient response. Control algorithms in the UCC28730 allow operating efficiencies to meet or exceed applicable standards. Discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) operation with valley-switching reduces switching losses. Modulation of the switching frequency and primary current peak amplitude (FM and AM) keeps the conversion efficiency high across the entire load and line ranges.