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    Commercial power supply design

    Hi, I was wondering if there are standard design for commercial programmable power supplies such as these: https://www.keysight.com/en/pc-1000003110%3Aepsg%3Apgr/176-1200w-dc-power-supplies-gpib-single-and-multiple-output?nid=-536902293.0&cc=US&lc=eng Are they based on SMPS or linear...
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    Boost DCDC converter step response

    Hi, I designed a boost DCDC converter 11V to 19V @3A load in CCM and a voltage mode type 3 copensator. I get this step response from simulation. Is it ok or should I redesigned my compensator? Steady state response is ok, but I am worried about transient response. Should it be without...
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    Taper Charge Mode for batteries

    hi all, What is Taper Charge Mode and how can I implemented with a commercial programmable power supply?
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    Best control technique for Boost dc-dc converters

    There are so many control techniques for boost converters (ie. type-3 compensation, sliding mode control etc). I would like to know which one is considered the best. Thank you
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    Programmable overvoltage and overcurrent protection

    Hi westom, I need external overvoltage and overcurrent equipment so I can install them as a second layer of protection to some power supply lines. Additionally I need LCL (Latching current limiting) equipment with programmable votage, current and time thresholds. For instance, If an...
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    Battery simulation hardware-equipment

    For which instrument are you talking about? I think it doesn't have enough current sink capabilities
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    Battery simulation hardware-equipment

    But when in charging mode, a voltage will be applied to the battery simulation equipment by an external supply (ie. the charger). Therefore, the power supply cannot have a different voltage, is like connecting in parallel to power supplies of different voltages
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    Programmable overvoltage and overcurrent protection

    Hi all, Is there an equipment that provides computer programmable overvoltage and overcurrent protection for power electronic equipment? (ie. 50V max, 40A max)? If not, how can I implement it? Can I use a voltage and current sense value (using an ADC)? I am afraid that solution would be to...
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    Battery simulation hardware-equipment

    I have to model different battery array and I have to simulate different impedances when charging and discharging. (i.e. change impedance from 0.1 to 1 Ohm with 0.1 step) The problem is that I am not sure how to program the power supply and power load for simulating a battery array. - - -...
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    Battery simulation hardware-equipment

    Dear all, I want to design an equipment that simulates a battery supply system (multiple battery cells connected together for a Vout =20V). The problem is that I want to implement a Charge and Discharge function with controlled charging and discharging impedance. Is it possible to do this with...
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    RDS(on) minimization

    If RDS(on) in switching power supplies is the main source of power loss, why cant we connect many MOSFETs in parallel in order to minimize the resistance?
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    SMPS feedback controller

    Thanks for the answer! It seems complicated. Do you have in mind a book that describes everything (including control) for Full-bridge boost converters?
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    SMPS feedback controller

    Hi all, I have a question regarding the feedback network of an boost converter. All power electronics books derive equations for the Vout of converters as a function of duty cycle. But without a feedback controller these equations never hold true and they almost never describe how to build a...
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    Flyback Design from 40V to 400V

    Where is the problem of using a 1:10 transformer?

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