I am developing a power supply for a 24V 10A BLDC motor, which has to work with car and truck batteries (12V-24V). The real thing is that those batteries never have 12V nor 24V, instead, they could be above or below their respective value, so I am in the need of a SMPS.
I started looking for Flyback topology but after that I found that they aren't suitable for this amount of power. That's how I arrived to the buck-boost topology.
I found LTC7813 buck-boost IC which I liked pretty much, but reading the datasheet (link here), I cant find a parameter that leads to know how much output power it can handle. I know it is primarily limitated by the MOSFETs, inductances and discrete semiconductors, but I need to ensure that the LTC7813 can handle around 350W (240W + 110W for margin, because there can be load surges, for example in motor startup). Maybe someone with more experience than me can help me.