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From: Chris Carlen
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Subject: Re: Recommend a flyback IC?
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Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 19:54:56 GMT
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Nico Coesel wrote:
> Chris Carlen wrote:
>>Nico Coesel wrote:
>>>Depends on what you want. If you need to convert one stabilized
>>>voltage into another, you can do with a fixed pulse-width ratio
>>>converter. Using an NE555 was just easier in that particular case.
>>Yes, but I did indicate that the supply would be unregulated over a wide
>>range, and that the output should be regulated. This certainly rules
>>out an open loop conversion.
> True, but that's where the NE555 reset input comes into picture... In
> the circuit I've designed I put an NPN transistor at the reset input
> to pull the reset low. I made a diode-or gate at the base to which I
> connected overvoltage (just some zener diodes) and (cycly-by-cycle)
> current protection (resistor in series with the source of the MOSFET).
> This regulates the output voltage and makes the converter
> short-circuit proof.
But I don't have time to think about lower-level design issues right now
for this task. I want it as cookbook as possible, so I can deal with
Thanks for the info!
Christopher R. Carlen
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