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A new topology for passive PFC circuit design to allow AC-to-DC converters to comply with the new version of IEC1000-3-2 regulations

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5 Author(s)
W. M. Lin ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Fuzhou Univ., China ; M. M. Hernando ; A. Fernandez ; J. Sebastian
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The new edition of the IEC-1000-3-2 standard has led to the need for certain major concepts to once again come under the microscope for reconsideration. As the Class D template has disappeared, circuits designed to comply with the regulation by changing from Class D to Class A are now obsolete. The LC filter complies with the regulation in Class A with a very small inductance. To comply with Class D requirements a new circuit, which has been called a TLC rectifier, is proposed in this paper to reduce the passive device. The results obtained have been verified by computer simulation and experimental results

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Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 2002. pesc 02. 2002 IEEE 33rd Annual  (Volume:4 )

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