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|Integrating the Control Loop and Magnetics for High Temperature Switch Mode Power Supplies|
|Keywords: High Temperature Switch Mode Power Supply, Integrated Control Loop Design, Transformer design and simulation|
|High temperature switch mode power supplies (SMPS) typically utilize magnetic solutions such as low permeability transformers for isolation from ground loops. However, imposed design constraints almost always restrict the size of switch mode power supply systems to less than the minimum space necessary for a good design, resulting in only adequate and sometimes unreliable switch mode power supply designs. Integrating the control loop and magnetic system functions is implemented by taking advantage of the bi-directional characteristics of transformers, which allows the designer an opportunity to further minimize the design space by eliminating unnecessary loop components. This is a prudent step prior to the construction of high temperature hybrids and multichip modules. Combining the operation of both the control loop and the magnetic transformer allows the designer to reduce the size of the design, regain the ability to provide a good design in the volume allotted, while still maintaining loop stability. The design procedure for this integrated control loop and magnetics system is examined, and an example circuit is simulated in SPICE with a Jiles-Atherton hysteresis model, and the circuit is realized through construction and measurements which are presented for a single forward based design targeted for operation at high temperatures.|
|Harold L. Snyder, Jr., Senior Scientist