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This power inverter has a good starting ability, it only takes about 1 second for two parallel watt solar lamps.
This inverter is designed to power about watt, the headline of this paper is watt is because the DC power supply maximum output current is A, so GoHz tested it at watt, for more than 12 hours testing, it can work well at watt , there would be no problem for the actual load at watt. This is the foreline tube D level waveform when the power inverter was in w full load. Expanding the foreline tube D level waveform when the inverter in w full load.
This is the power inverter in no-load power consumption test. It can be seen from two multimeter, no-load power consumption is Forward toroidal transformer. Using 4 pairs ixfh80n10, 80A, V, Backward power tube is 4 set FQA28N50, output inductor is sendust 52mm with 1.
Short circuit test. This power inverter is sensitive in short circuit protection, after more than times short circuit tests power on short circuit, no-load short circuit, full load short circuit, loading short circuit , the power inverter is still work good.
The output terminals of the inverter and the tweezers were scarred. Here is the circuit section, get understanding the basics of this power inverter, DIY an inverter now.
Forward board DC-DC power circuit board, conventional push-pull.
In this case, dI is peak inductor current, V is the output voltage and dV is the overshoot. Yours comes out as 0. It's the very low ripple current in the large inductor which allows and necessitates such a small capacitor. A big cap will charge very slowly though such an inductor.
From these values you can draw a bode plot of the plant don't forget to include the ESR zero, but yours may not have much ESR if you can avoid electrolytic caps, that's new territory for me.
Venable's K-factor method of compensation from is quite a useful thing to learn. You look at the plant bode plot, pick a reasonable crossover frequency for the loop and work out how much gain and phase boost you need to stabilise and optimise the loop at that frequency put that into the equations and it will tell you where to put the poles and zeros around the crossover frequency to achieve this.
You shouldn't forget about the gain bandwidth product pole of the error amp as well, especially if you find you have to use type III compensation. You may also need to put a snubber in parallel with the output capacitor to damp the output, which when the output cap is a low ESR electrolytic, is often achieved with a normal ESR electrolytic where the ESR is chosen to be the resonant impedance.
However if you really can use a 0. Yes, those components are snubbers.
It's one of the last things to worry about and may not be necessary in the end, but I thought I'd draw them for completeness. When the diode is reverse biased it acts as a capacitor which resonates with the leakage inductance of the transformer, this isn't something unique to flyback converters or even SMPS, and you do have a choice of how to snub this, what's shown is just a common way.
The snubber resistor is equal to the resonant impedance of the ringing parasitic L and C, the capacitance blocks DC across the snubber resistor and is generally x the ringing C so as to make its impedance negligible at the resonant frequency compared to the resistor.