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Subject: Re: multiple flybacks in parallel
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Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 06:54:07 GMT
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"Steve Denning" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> I am working on an application where I need 6 low power outputs(approx
> each) but each output must be isolated from each other. I'm required to
> existing magnetics to create the supplies. Rather than build 6 seperate
> supplies I am wondering if I could use one PWM chip and MOSFET and put the
> flyback transformer primaries in parallel. I would get feedback from one
> supply to try to control the others. The load on all supplies is the
> My gut tells me not to try this, but in theory I guess it could work. Has
> anyone tried this? What would the risks be?
Why not just one primary and multiple secundaries on a single core?
electronic hardware designer
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