The leads should be shorted together or the device placed in conductive foam during storage or handling to prevent electrostatic The output signal generated by this amplifier commands the PWM to force The circuit The first is with the internal connection. The lower voltage reduces the amount of charge on the compensation capacitors, which provides improved recovery NRND: Not recommended for new designs.

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All rights reserved. Production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. New features like the amplifier output clamps, improved amplifier current sinking capability, and low offset VAC pin reduce the external component count while improving performance.

Unlike its predecessor, RSET controls only oscillator charging current and has no effect on clamping the maximum multiplier output current. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periodsmayaffect device reliability. Currents are positive into and negative out of, the specified terminal. Test PWB is 0. Not production tested. The output can swing from 0. All voltages are measured with respect GND.

Output of the PWM is a 1. Current input to the multiplier, proportional to the instantaneous line voltage. This is the inverting input to the current amplifier. The circuit enhancements allow the user to eliminate in most cases several external components currently required to successfully apply the UC In addition, linearity improvements to the multiply, square and divide circuitry optimizes overall system performance.

Detailed descriptions of the circuit enhancements are provided below. The first difference is with the IAC input. Since the UCA squaring circuit employs an analog multiplier, rather than a linear approximation, accuracy is improved, and discontinuities are eliminated. The external divider network connected to VRMS should produce 1. This puts 4. The voltage amplifier output forms the third input to the multiplier and is internally clamped to 6.

This eliminated an external zener clamp often used in UC designs. The first is with the internal connection. The lower voltage reduces the amount of charge on the compensation capacitors, which provides improved recovery form large signal events, such as line dropouts, or power interruption.

It also minimizes the dc current flowing through the feedback. The output of the voltage amplifier is also changed. In addition to a 6. Current Amplifier The current amplifier for an average current PFC controller needs a low offset voltage in order to minimize ac line current distortion.

Previous designs required an external offset cancellation network to implement this key feature. The bandwidth of the current amplifier has been improved as well to 5 MHz typical. While this is not generally an issue at 50 Hz or 60 Hz inputs, it is essential for Hz input avionics applications.

AVCC supply voltage clamp at 20 V allows the controller to be current fed if desired. The The propagation delay of the disable feature has been improved to ns typical. This delay was proportional to the size of the VREF capacitor on the UC, and is typically several orders of magnitude slower.

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