According to its datasheet, the TPS43061 "is a low Iq current-mode synchronous boost controller with wide-input voltage range". My intent is to use this controller to boost and regulate the stepped-down and rectified mains voltage from 12.6 V to 15 V, supplying up to 6 A output.
Under "Power Supply Recommendations" in Section 10 of the datasheet, it says that "[the] input supply should be well regulated." How regulated is "well" regulated? There doesn't appear to be a line regulation parameter in the electrical characteristic section.
My guess is that the "well regulated" part means that the input voltage ripple should not exceed some designed amount, and indeed the minimum input voltage is used in calculating the values for various external components.
Can I assume, living in the United States, that the mains voltage will be stable enough to follow this recommendation, assuming that the output of the rectifier has enough capacitance?