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Active Clamp Forward DC-DC Power Supply Basic Simulation Circuit

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Circuit
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Description

  • Basic simulation circuit of Active Clamp Forward DC-DC power supply that can operate on OrCAD®.
  • Input voltage : DC 24 V
  • Output voltage : DC 3.3 V
  • Output power : 70 W

Features

  • Bundled simulation circuit and device models.
  • Able to edit power supply specificatoin and devices freely.
  • Able to set power supply specificatoin and ciruit parameters on OrCAD®

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Toshiba items

Part Number Device Category Portion Usage Description
TPN4R806PL MOSFET Primary side・1 U-MOSⅨ-H/60V/4.8mΩ(Max)@VGS=10V/TSON Advance
TPCP8110 MOSFET Primary side・1 U-MOSⅥ/-60V/39.5mΩ(Max)@VGS=-10V/PS-8
TPH2R003PL MOSFET Secondary side
synchronous rectification・2
U-MOSⅨ-H/30V/2mΩ(Max)@VGS=10V/SOP Advance

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