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2.14 Power Tips: Compensating Isolated Power Supplies


October 2, 2015

Once you understand the transfer function of an opto-isolator and TL431 circuit, it becomes easier to compensate isolated power supplies. In this Power Tips "Ask the Expert" video Dave asks TI’s Brian King to do the math to derive this transfer function and gain insight to the location of the compensator poles and zeros.

  • Learn more about the following power supply controllers related to this video:
    • UCC2809-2 primary-side controller
    • UCC28740 constant-voltage, constant-current flyback controller using opto-coupler feedback.
    • UCC2897A advanced current-mode active clamp PWM controller
    • UCC27511 4-A/8-A single-channel high-speed low-side gate driver
  • Download the following TI Design power reference designs:
    • PMP9203 – Universal AC Input 5V/2A USB Adaptor with Fixed Frequency Operation Reference Design
    • PMP9204 – Universal AC Input 5V/2A USB Adaptor with DCM/Valley-Switching and Opto Feedback Reference Design
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