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It is isolated DC/DC topology for high efficiency and power outputs up to 400 W PWM, zero-voltage switching In order to regulate practically any power topology, including flyback, boost, push-pull, forward, buck, and many others, controllers are straightforward fixed frequency control ICs.
With the aid of the clever current control method known as pulse width modulation (PWM), you can easily regulate a variety of electrical components, including the heat output of heaters, the speed of motors, and much more.
PWM has already been used in, but is not limited to: fans with variable speed controls. drives for VRF HVAC compressors
Pulse width modulation has altered the world by drastically reducing the energy used by motor-powered products as inverter air conditioners, refrigerators, and washing machines, among many others. In rare instances, inverter air conditioners might use less electricity than their non-inverter equivalents.
The Global automotive isolated PWM controller market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Semtech Corp., a provider of analogue and mixed-signal semiconductors for computers, mobile devices, industrial equipment, and communications, unveiled the SC4911, a highly integrated voltage-mode pulse-width modulation controller with bias and primary-side inputs.
The SC4911 has a 50-A maximum startup current and comes in a space-saving MSOP-8 packaging. It is powered by a high-voltage bus or primary-side auxiliary winding.
The SC4911 is particularly well suited for creating high-voltage bias, off-line or isolated dc/dc power supply for telecommunications, data communications, and other equipment due to its extremely low startup current.
It is also appropriate for battery chargers for mobile phones and other portable electronics, as well as instrumentation power supply. The device is offered in tape-and-reel packaging, has an MSOP-8 container, and functions between -40°C and +125°C.
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