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Multi channel PWM power invertors integrated in a switching power supply circuit

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1 Author(s)
Ohashi, S.-I. ; Hitachi Video Eng., Inc., Yokohama, Japan

A description is given of a PWM (pulse-width modulated) power inverter circuit integrated into a conventional switching power-supply circuit. The output current of the switching power supply is distributed to several output loads by a time-sharing scheme using a PWM switching network that uses input voltage values to determine which load is energized. This circuit configuration eliminates choke coils and pulse-width modulator circuits, which are indispensable in conventional PWM power inverter circuits. The method will increase power efficiency, the cost-performance ratio, and the compactness of resulting devices, e.g. consumer electronic products and robotic systems. To verify the proposed scheme, a three-channel inverter was constructed and its DC pulse and AC output characteristics were measured. The circuit was of the flyback type, its left side being the primary switching circuit and the right side containing the output switching circuits for positive and negative DC/pulse and AC output voltages. The maximum output power was 50 W, and the power efficiency was 60% (approximately) at the switching frequency of 50 kHz

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Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 1989

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