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High Efficiency Discrete Pulse Modulation Controlled High Frequency Series Load Resonant Soft Switching Inverter for Induction-Heated Fixing Roller

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5 Author(s)
Sugimura, H. ; Graduate Sch. of Electr. & Electron. Eng., Kyungnam Univ. ; Omori, H. ; Soon-Kurl Kwon ; Hyun-Woo Lee
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This paper presents the two lossless auxiliary inductors-assisted voltage source type single ended push pull (SEPP) series resonant high frequency inverter for induction heated fixing roller in copy and printing machines. The simple high-frequency inverter treated here can completely achieve stable zero current soft switching (ZCS) commutation for wide output power regulation ranges and load variations under its constant high frequency pulse density modulation (PDM) control scheme. Its transient and steady state operating principle is originally described and discussed for a constant high-frequency PDM control strategy under a stable ZCS operation commutation, together with its output effective power regulation characteristics based on the high frequency PDM strategy. The experimental operating performances of this voltage source SEPP ZCS-PDM series resonant high frequency inverter using IGBTs are illustrated as compared with computer simulation results and experimental ones. Its power losses analysis and actual efficiency are evaluated and discussed on the basis of simulation and experimental results. The feasible effectiveness of this high frequency inverter appliance implemented here is proved from the practical point of view

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Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 2006. PESC '06. 37th IEEE

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18-22 June 2006