UCC28180EVM-573 360W PFC Evaluation Board
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The UCC28180EVM highlights the many benefits of using the UCC28180 Continuous Current Mode Boost PFC Controller (TI Literature Number SLUUAT3). The controller operates under average current mode control at a fixed programmable switching frequency of 120 kHz. Simple external current and voltage loop compensation, along with advanced protection features, make this controller ideal for server and desktop power supplies, industrial power supplies, and white goods.

  • 360-W, 390-V output
  • Universal off-line input voltage range
  • Average current mode PWM control
  • No AC line sensing needed
  • Fixed 120 kHz oscillator frequency, programmable with a single external resistor
  • Soft over current and cycle-by-cycle peak current limiting
  • VCC under voltage lockout with low start up current
  • Voltage regulation open loop detection
  • Output over-voltage protection with hysteresis recovery
  • Enhanced dynamic response
  • Soft-start

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UCC28180EVM-573 360W PFC Evaluation Module


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User guides (1)
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PDF 1144 27 Nov 2013
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PDF 38 02 Jan 2019

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
UCC28180  18kHz-250kHz CCM PFC controller with Enhanced Start-up and Transient Response  Offline & isolated DC/DC controllers & converters 

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