For some time now, I have been trying to figure out what (in theory) would be the most efficient way transfer power across a transformer. Applications include high voltage power supplies and induction ...
I set up what I believe to be a working royer converter, however I did modify it to use a pair of op amps rather than transistors (see below.) Anyway, instead of hooking the secondary to an lc tank, ...
Is it possible to build a inverter that operates at a frequency set by an LC tank using ONLY that LC tank and transistors?
I was always dissatisfied with inverters because it seems like an LC tank and transistors would be all you need. However, after much time spent simulating and a few false positives experimenting, I am ...
Pretty much all (somewhat inaccurately named) electronic ballasts for fluorescent lamps run off a DC voltage and have to convert it into AC to operate the lamp. The DC supply can come from rectified ...
I need to figure out if an LLC half-bridge resonant SMPS is designed (more or less) correctly. I am not an SMPS designer, and neither is the manufacturer, so I'm just reading a bunch of app notes and ...
I found a device which has a ferrite core and 3 coils on it. It looks like some type of transformer. What would be its use? I found it in a compact fluorescent lamp.