LM5001NISOEVAL

LM5001 Wide Vin Non-Isolated Flyback Evaluation Board

LM5001NISOEVAL

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Overview

The LM5001 non-isolated flyback evaluation board is designed to provide the design engineer with a fully functional non-isolated flyback power converter based on Current Mode Control to evaluate the LM5001 switching regulator IC. The evaluation board provides a 5V output with 1A current capability. The input voltage ranges from 16V to 42V. The design operates at 250KHz, a good compromise between conversion efficiency and solution size. The printed circuit board consists of 2 layers of 2 ounce copper on FR4 material with a thickness of 0.062 inches. This application note contains the evaluation board schematic, Bill-of-Materials (BOM) and a quick setup procedure. Refer to the LM5001 datasheet for complete circuit design information.

Features

Refer to the LM5001 datasheet for complete circuit design information.

  • Input Range: 16 to 42V
  • Output Voltage: 5V, 2%
  • Output Current: 0 to 1A
  • Frequency of Operation: 250 kHz
  • Board Size: 2.75 X 1.75 X 0.6 inches
  • Load Regulation: 0.1%
  • Line Regulation: 0.1%
  • Over Current Limiting

 

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LM5001NISOEVAL – LM5001 Wide Vin Non-Isolated Flyback Evaluation Board

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* User guide AN-1630 LM5001 Non-Isolated Flyback Evaluation Board (Rev. B) Apr. 30, 2013
More literature LM5001NISOEVAL EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jan. 02, 2019

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