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LM317K

Comset Semiconductor

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Regulator, 1 Output, BIPolar

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  • Manufacturer Part Number LM317K
  • Description Regulator, 1 Output, BIPolar
  • Manufacturer Comset Semiconductor
  • Risk Rank 2.8
  • Part Life Cycle Code private
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  • Adjustability private
  • Line Regulation-Max (%/V) private
  • Load Regulation-Max(%) private %
  • Number of Outputs private
  • Number of Terminals private
  • Operating Temperature TJ-Max private °C
  • Operating Temperature TJ-Min private °C
  • Output Current1-Max private A
  • Output Voltage1-Max private V
  • Output Voltage1-Min private V
  • Package Body Material private
  • Package Equivalence Code private
  • Qualification Status private
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  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design

    PMP8930.1: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.

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  • Grid-tied Solar Micro Inverter with MPPT

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    PMP8930.4: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.

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    PMP8930: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.

  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design

    PMP8930.2: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.

  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design

    PMP8930.3: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.

  • Primary-Side Regulated Flyback w/85-265VAC Input High Output Energy Storage Reference Design - PMP8930.1 - TI Tool Folder

    PMP8930: The PMP8930 reference design uses the UCC28710 primary-side regulated flyback controller to generate a 20V output from a univeral AC input. a bulk capacitor with slow-charge-fast-discharge circuit is placed at flyback output to provide long hold up time for the following step-down DC-DC stages. TPS54335 is used as the controller and power stage for the main 4V or 12V output. The valley switching of the UCC28710 allows this low-cost design to achieve a maximum load efficiency of 83%; no load losses are less than 70mW.

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