Phase Shifted Full-Bridge components

SMPS: Phase-Shifted Full-Bridge Converters

Phase-shifted full-bridge (PSFB) converters reduce switching loss and increase efficiency by phase-shifting the gate signals between the leading leg and the lagging leg switches without additional circuitsSeguir leyendo

SMPS Resonant Converters

SMPS: Resonant Converters

Demand for smaller electronics (and thus smaller power supplies) continues to increase. Resonant techniques are used to allow for high-frequency operation in switched-mode power supplies, which in turn allows for smaller componentsSeguir leyendo


SMPS: Symmetrical Isolated Converters

The fourth article in our series on switched-mode power supplies (SMPS) covers the main types of symmetrical isolated converter topologies: push-pull, half-bridge, y full-bridgeSeguir leyendo


SMPS: Asymmetrical Isolated Converters

Isolated SMPS topologies are split into two main categories depending upon how the transformer is utilized: asymmetrical and symmetrical. In this article, we discuss asymmetrical isolated converter topologies.Seguir leyendo


SMPS : Non-Isolated Converters

Non-isolated converters are less common than isolated converters among typical switched-mode power supply (SMPS) topologies. But they still have several useful applications.Seguir leyendo


Intro to Switched-Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)

Switched-mode power supplies (SMPS) are fairly complex compared to linear regulated power supplies. But this complexity results in a stable, regulated DC supply that can deliver power more efficiently for a given size, weight and cost.Seguir leyendo

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