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How the switch mode power supply regulate input voltage? (Read 1791 times)
ArtBen
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How the switch mode power supply regulate input voltage?
Jul 07th, 2016, 10:51am
 
Hello everyone, I have a question about SMPC.

As we know that no matter buck, boost or buck-boost, we use a feedback to control either frequency or duty cycle to maintain the output while the load changes.

But how does the switch mode stabilise the output while the input voltage changes? Because from the equation between input and output, the relationship is based on duty cycle. In low droplet regulator, the output is related to reference, reference is independent to temperature and input voltage, so that the output is only dependent to reference and the ratio of the resistors. But from switch mode, there is no relationship shown that the output is independent to the input.


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Re: How the switch mode power supply regulate input voltage?
Reply #1 - Oct 29th, 2016, 5:02am
 
ArtBen,

     Not clear what you are talking about. Do you mean the variations
in the line voltage or the reference voltage of the compensator op-amp?
The response of an LDO and a switching regulator to both types of
variations is analogous. Can you clarify your question?

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