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PWM ADC Analog 16-bit Embedded Control Solutions 9 Digital Power and Lighting 16-bit Digital Power and Lighting Products ■ Streamlined interoperation between PWM, ADC and CPU ■ High-performance core with DSP instructions •    High-speed control loop execution for demanding power conversion applications •    Fast and predictable interrupts •    Zero wait-state execution from flash memory ■ High-resolution PWMs for digital power •    Very precise resolution of 1ns for duty cycle, phase shift, period and dead time •    Flexibility to control numerous power topologies ■ Optimized digital power conversion ADC •    Hardware triggered for precision sampling and low CPU overhead ■ Complete reference designs and algorithms •    AC/DC converter meeting platinum specification •    LLC resonant DC/DC converter •    Quarter brick DC/DC converter •    Solar micro inverter •    Interleaved power factor correction •    Offline UPS Webinar Topics (www.microchip.com/power) ■ Building a dsPIC DSC SMPS System ■ SMPS Components and Their Effects on System Design ■ Control System Design for Power Converters ■ SMPS Topologies: The Buck Converter ■ Switch Mode Power Supply Topologies: The Forward Converter ■ Interleaved Power Factor Correction ■ Offline UPS using the dsPIC DSC Software and App Notes Application Solution AN # Description Power Factor Correction in Power Conversion Applications Using the dsPIC® DSC AN1106 This application note focuses primarily on the study, design and implementation of Power Factor Correction (PFC) using a Digital Signal Controller (DSC). Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Topologies (Part I) AN1114 This application note explains the basics of different types of SMPS topologies and their applications. The pros and cons of different SMPS topologies are also explained to guide the user to select an appropriate topology for a given application, while providing useful information regarding selection of components for a given SMPS design. Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Topologies (Part II) AN1207 This application note is the second of a two-part series on Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) topologies. This series expands on the previous material in Part I, and presents the basic tools needed to design a power converter. Offline UPS Reference Design AN1279 The application note describes the design of an Offline Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) using a Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) dsPIC Digital Signal Controller (DSC). Digital Power Interleaved PFC Reference Design AN1278 The application note describes the design of a Digital Power Interleaved PFC (IPFC) using a Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) dsPIC Digital Signal Controller (DSC). Quarter Brick DC-DC Reference Design AN1335 This application note describes the design of Quarter Brick DC-DC Reference Design using Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) dsPIC Digital Signal Controller (DSC) DC-DC LLC Resonant Converter Reference Design AN1336 This application note describes the design of DC-DC LLC Resonant Converter Reference Design using Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) dsPIC Digital Signal Controller (DSC) Grid Connected Solar Microinverter AN1338 This application note describes the design of Grid Connected Solar Microinverter Reference Design using Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) dsPIC Digital Signal Controller (DSC) Platinum-rated AC/DC Reference Design Using the dsPIC DSC AN1421 This application note presents a fully digital-controlled 720W AC-to-DC (AC/DC) power supply, which meets all CSCI Platinum Specifications, as well as provides a variety of additional, application-specific features and functions. Featured Digital Power Products Product Pins Flash (KB) RAM (Bytes) IC/OC PS Compare UART/I2C™/ SPI CAN dsPIC33FJ06GS001 18/20 6 256 0/0 4 6 Ch, 2 S&H 2 0/1/0 0 dsPIC33FJ09GS302 28/36 9 1K 1/1 6 8 Ch, 3 S&H 2 1/1/1 0 dsPIC33FJ16GS504 44 16 2K 2/2 8 12 Ch, 6 S&H 4 1/1/1 0 dsPIC33FJ32GS406 64 32 4K 4/4 12 16 Ch, 5 S&H 0 2/2/2 0 dsPIC33FJ64GS606 64 64 9K 4/4 12 16 Ch, 5 S&H 4 2/2/2 1 dsPIC33FJ64GS610 100 64 9K 4/4 18 24 Ch, 6 S&H 4 2/2/2 1 www.microchip.com/power


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