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Design Example
Design an off−line Flyback converter according to the
following requirements:
Output Power:
12 W
6.0 V @ 2 Amperes
Input voltage range: 90 Vac − 270 Vac, 50/60 Hz
The operation for the circuit shown in Figure 12 is as
follows: the rectifier bridge D1−D4 and the capacitor C1
convert the ac line voltage to dc. This voltage supplies the
primary winding of the transformer T1 and the startup
circuit in U1 through the line pin. The primary current loop
is closed by the transformer’s primary winding, the TMOS
switch Q1 and the current sense resistor R7. The resistors
R5, R6, diode D6 and capacitor C4 create a snubber
clamping network that protects Q1 from spikes on the
primary winding. The network consisting of capacitor C3,
diode D5 and resistor R1 provides a VCC supply voltage for
U1 from the auxiliary winding of the transformer. The
resistor R1 makes VCC more stable and resistant to noise.
The resistor R2 reduces the current flow through the internal
clamping and protection zener diode of the Zero Crossing
Detector (ZCD) within U1. C3 is the decoupling capacitor
of the supply voltage. The resistor R3 can provide additional
bias current for the optoisolator’s transistor. The diode D8
and the capacitor C5 rectify and filter the output voltage. The
TL431, a programmable voltage reference, drives the
primary side of the optoisolator to provide isolated feedback
to the MC33364. The resistor divider consisting of R10 and
R11 program the voltage of the TL431. The resistor R9 and
the capacitors C7 and C8 provide frequency compensation
of the feedback loop. Resistor R8 provides a current limit for
the opto coupler and the TL431.
Since the critical conduction mode converter is a variable
frequency system, the MC33364 has a built−in special block
to reduce switching frequency in the no load condition. This
block is named the ”frequency clamp” block. MC33364
used in the design example has an internal frequency clamp
set to 126 kHz. However, optional versions with a disabled
or variable frequency clamp are available. The frequency
clamp works as follows: the clamp controls the part of the
switching cycle when the MOSFET switch is turned off. If
this ”off−time” (determined by the reset time of the
transformer’s core) is too short, then the frequency clamp
does not allow the switch to turn−on again until the defined
frequency clamp time is reached (i.e., the frequency clamp
will insert a dead time).
There are several advantages of the MC33364’s startup
circuit. The startup circuit includes a special high voltage
switch that controls the path between the rectified line
voltage and the VCC supply capacitor to charge that
capacitor by a limited current when the power is applied to
the input. After a few switching cycles the IC is supplied
from the transformer’s auxiliary winding. After VCC
reaches the undervoltage lockout threshold value, the
startup switch is turned off by the undervoltage and the
overvoltage control circuit. Because the power supply can
be shorted on the output, causing the auxiliary voltage to be
zero, the MC33364 will periodically start its startup block.
This mode is named “hiccup mode”. During this mode the
temperature of the chip rises but remains protected by the
thermal shutdown block. During the power supply’s normal
operation, the high voltage internal MOSFET is turned off,
preventing wasted power, and thereby, allowing greater
circuit efficiency.
Since a bridge rectifier is used, the resulting minimum and
maximum dc input voltages can be calculated:
+ 2 xV
+ 2 (90 Vac) + 127 V
+ 2 xV
+ 2 (270 Vac) + 382 V
The maximum average input current is:
in +
12 W
0.8(127 V)
+ 0.118 A
where n = estimated circuit efficiency.
A TMOS switch with 600 V avalanche breakdown
voltage is used. The voltage on the switch’s drain consists of
the input voltage and the flyback voltage of the
transformer’s primary winding. There is a ringing on the
rising edge’s top of the flyback voltage due to the leakage
inductance of the transformer. This ringing is clamped by the
RCD network. Design this clamped wave for an amplitude
of 50 V below the avalanche breakdown of the TMOS
device. Add another 50 V to allow a safety margin for the
MOSFET. Then a suitable value of the flyback voltage may
be calculated:
flbk +
in(max) *
100 V
+ 600 V * 382 V * 100 V + 118 V
Since this value is very close to the Vin(min), set:
flbk +
in(min) +
127 V
The Vflbk value of the duty cycle is given by:
flbk )
127 V
[127 V
) 127 V]
+ 0.5
The maximum input primary peak current:
ppk +
max +
2.0(0.118 A)
+ 0.472 A
Choose the desired minimum frequency fmin of operation
to be 70 kHz.
After reviewing the core sizing information provided by
a core manufacturer, a EE core of size about 20 mm was
chosen. Siemens’ N67 magnetic material is used, which
corresponds to a Philips 3C85 or TDK PC40 material.

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