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The core problem of the Marine boost/buck voltage power supply is the IC, which is like the brain of the Marine boost/buck voltage power supply. The quality of the IC can directly affect the various working parameters of the Marine boost/buck voltage power supply.
Three: Transformer components
Determine power, temperature and transformer. The transformer is responsible for the AC-DC Marine boost/buck voltage power supply, and the energy overload will saturate.
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input protection circuit
General module power products have built-in filters, which can meet the requirements of general power supply applications. If a more demanding power system is required, an input filter network should be added. An LC or π-type network can be used, but care should be taken to choose a smaller inductance and larger capacitance as much as possible.
In order to prevent the transient high voltage of the input power supply from damaging the power supply of the module, it is recommended that the user connect a transient absorption diode at the input end and use it with a fuse to ensure that the module is within a safe input voltage range. In order to reduce common-mode noise, Y (Cy) capacitors can be added, and a few nf high-frequency capacitors are generally selected. R is a fuse, D1 is a protection diode, and D2 is a transient absorption diode (P6KE series).
Electrolytic capacitors, aluminum electrolytic capacitors and monolithic gallbladders, which use sulfuric acid to make the insulating medium, large capacity can carry out smaller volumes for the above, and are marked with a + sign, some are marked with a mark, generally do low cross-linking and side-by-side Circuit filter with larger loss meson, integral aluminum electrolytic capacitor, due to the shortcomings of using special materials, the electrolytic performance is better than ordinary, the preferred frequency, but can not do too much capacity, it can be used to accurately circuits, such as oscillators, or timing circuits.