Power Tips: Controlling Power Supplies with Multiple Loops
Usually the output voltage of a power supply is regulated and provided to a load. A battery charger uses two loops: one to control the output voltage and another to control the output current. In this Power Tips "Ask the Expert" video, Dave asks TI’s Robert Taylor to explore how those loops interact with each other.
- Read the Power Tips: How to control multiple loops in a power supply blog post on TI’s Power House. View the full article on EETimes.
- Read additional blog posts authored by Robert Taylor.
- Learn more about the power management devices mentioned in this video:
- Download the following TI Design power reference designs:
- TIDA-00200 120V AC Input 200W Interleaved Flyback for Battery Charging Applications
- Visit TI's Power Tips blog series on Power House for more tips on power design challenges.
- Learn more about power topologies with the Power Topology Quick Reference Guide.
- View TI's World of Power series for additional training on power supply designs.
- Design the power stage of most commonly used switchmode power supplies with the Power Stage Designer™ Tool.
- For more power supply technical content, visit TI's comprehensive library of white papers from the popular TI Power Supply Design Seminar series.