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How to convert 312v dc into 15v dc?

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hi,
I want to convert 312v dc into 15v dc
can any know how it can be possible?
 

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Re: dc to dc converter

Approximatlly 2Amp
 

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Re: dc to dc converter

You need to design a buck (step-down) converter. For relevant material check-out this book: "Power Electronics: Converters Applications and Design" by N. Mohan, T. Undeland, and W. Robbins
 

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dc to dc converter

That would be a terribly small duty cycle for a buck. You might want to use two stages, or a flyback topology (which would also give you isolation).
 

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Re: dc to dc converter

It can help if we now the type of source and load, or generally the circuit setup where such a system is used.
 

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Re: dc to dc converter

Try this one .Buy a veriac as your current and inputvoltage rating.Coneect input and trun arm to get 15 V.
 

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