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that is something i havent thought of until u mentioned it.
i ll have to modify the ckt and get back on that.
yes it is.
i did modify the ckt post posting it online
i did not however upload the updated ckt pics online
before i went ahead with building the boost converter i just wanted to confirm that i am on the right path and that my calculations are correct so far.
Heres the idea
i wanted to build a 36v to 400 v boost converter capable of delivering 100w
the supply voltage is 36 v
here is the...
I need an idea of how to sense a high voltage on the output and close a feedback loop
I am trying to build a 3525 based isolated boost converter which boosts 36v to 380v DC
but i am lost as to how to sense the output voltage to close the feedback loop
The feedback has to be...
i am a EEE student working on a similar UPS project.
except i am working on a PIC16F series than dsPIC
can we swap info on the schematic and code ??
it will be helpful for both..
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1. the switching activity of the power devices generates spikes.