# TOPOLOGIES FOR SWITCHED MODE POWER SUPPLIES

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1 TOPOLOGIES FOR SWITCHED MODE POWER SUPPLIES by L. Wuidart I INTRODUCTION This paper presents an overview of the most important DC-DC converter topologies. The main object is to guide the designer in selecting the topology with its associated power semiconductor devices. The DC-DC converter topologies can be divided in two major parts, depending on whether or not they have galvanic isolation between the input supply and the output circuitry. II NON - ISOLATED REGULATORS SWITCHING According to the position of the switch and the rectifier, different types of voltage converters can be made: - Step down Buck regulator - Step up Boost regulator - Step up / Step down Buck - Boost regulator II - 1 The Buck converter: Step down voltage regulator The circuit diagram, often referred to as a chopper circuit, and its principal waveforms are represented in figure 1: AN513/0393 1/18

2 Figure 1: The step down Buck regulator The power device is switched at a frequency f = 1/T with a conduction duty cycle, δ = t on /T. The output voltage can also be expressed as: = V in. δ * Rectifier: V in max I F(AV) I out (1-δ) Device selection: * Power switch: V cev > V in max I I cmax or I D max > I out + 2 2/18

3 II.2 The Boost converter: Step up voltage regulator Figure 2 : The step up Boost regulator δ = ton T In normal operation, the energy is fed from the inductor to the load, and then stored in the output capacitor. For this reason, the output capacitor is stressed a lot more than in the Buck converter. Device selection: * Power switch: V cev > I out I I cmax or I Dmax > + 1-δ 2 = V in 1-δ * Rectifier: > I F(av) > I out 3/18

4 II - 3 Buck-Boost converter: Step up/step down voltage regulator Figure 3 : The step up/step down Buck-Boost regulator i L For a duty cycle under 0.5 the conversion works in step down mode, for a duty cycle over 0.5, the converter then operates in the step up mode. = V in.δ 1-δ * Rectifier: > V inmax I F (av) > I out + Device selection: * Power switch : V cevmax > V inmax + I out I I cmax or I Dmax > + 1-δ 2 4/18

5 II.4 Summery STEP DOWN STEP UP STEP UP/DOWN V in. δ V in /1- δ [-V in.δ ] / [1- δ ] RMS low high high current in C out Supplied input discontinuous continuous discontinuous current Gate drive floating grounded floating III - ISOLATED CONVERTERS: The isolated converters can be classified according to their magnetic cycle swing in the B-H plot (see figure 4). An isolated converter is asymmetrical if the magnetic operating point of the transformer remains in the same quadrant. Any other converter is, of course, called symmetrical. Figure 4 : B-H plot of symmetrical converters 5/18

6 III - 1 Asymmetrical converters III Off-line flyback regulators The energy is stored in the primary L p inductance of the transformer during the time the power switch is on, and transferred to the secondary output when the power switch is off. If n = N p / N s is the turns ratio of the transformer we have: V = in δ n 1-δ Off-line flyback regulators are mainly used for an output power ranging from 30W up to 250W. Flyback topology is dedicated to multiple low cost output SMPS as there is no filter inductor on the output. Figure 5 : Isolated single switch flyback R-C-D SNUBBER NETWORK *Power switch: V CEV V inmax + n + leakage inductance spike * Secondary Rectifier: + V inmax n 6/18

7 a. Single switch versus double switch flyback In the single switch flyback, an overvoltage spike is applied across the power switch at each turn off. The peak value of this overvoltage depends upon the switching time, the circuit capacitance and the primary to secondary transformer leakage inductance. So, a single switch flyback nearly always requires a snubber circuit limiting this voltage spike (see figure 5). In a double switch flyback, the leakage inductance of the power transformer is much less critical (see figure 6). The two demagnetization diodes (D 1 and D 2 ) provide a single non dissipative way to systematically clamp the voltage across the switches to the input DC voltage V in. This energy recovery system allows us to work at higher switching frequencies and with a better efficiency than that of the single switch structure. However, the double switch structure requires driving a high side switch. This double switch flyback is also known as asymmetrical half bridge flyback. Figure 6: Isolated double switch flyback * Power switch: V CEV V inmax * Primary Rectifiers: D 3 and D 4 V inmax 7/18

8 b. Discontinuous versus continuous mode flyback The flyback converter has two operating modes depending whether the primary Discontinuous mode ADVANTAGES - Zero turn-on losses for the power switch - Good transient line/load response inductance of the transformer is completely demagnetized or not. DISADVANTAGES - High peak currents in rectifiers and power switches - Large output ripple: C out (disc.) 2 C out (cont.) - Feedback loop (single pole) easy to stabilize - Recovery time rectifier not critical: current is zero well before reverse voltage is applied Figure 7: Discontinuous mode flyback waveforms * Power switch: I Cpeak 2P out 2P * Rectifier: I Fpeak out Vout ηv inmin δ max (1- δmax ) 2P out I Drms ηvinmin (3δ max ) I F(AV) P out 8/18

9 Continuous mode ADVANTAGES - Peak current of rectifier and switch is half the value of discontinuous mode DISADVANTAGES - Recovery time rectifier losses - Low output ripple: C out (cont.) 0.5 C out (disc.) -Feedback loop difficult to stabilize (2 poles and right half plane zero) Figure 8: Continuous mode flyback waveforms 9/18

10 * Power switch: * Rectifier: I Cpeak η δ max V inmin (1+A ) I Drms 2P out (1 + A + A2 ) ηv inmin 3δ max I Fpeak I F (AV) 2P outmax 2P out (1 - δ max )(1+A ) P out in single switches, and up to 1kW in double switch structures. Single switch vs. double switch forward In the single switch forward, the magnetizing energy stored in the primary inductance is restored to the input source by a demagnetization winding N d. Most commonly, the primary and the demagnetization windings have the same number of turns. So, at turn-off, the power switch has to withstand twice the input voltage during the demagnetization time, and then, once the input voltage (see figure 9). The demagnetization and primary windings have to be tightly coupled to reduce the voltage spike - more than the theoretical 2 V in - occuring at turn-off across the power switch. with A = I peak I I peak III Off line forward regulators The forward converter transfers directly the energy from the input source to the load during the on-time of the power switch. During off-time of the power switch, the energy is freewheeling through the output inductor and the rectifier D 2, like in a chopper (see figure 1). = δ V in n A forward regulator can be realized with a single switch structure or with a double switch structure, according to the way the energy stored in the transformer primary inductance is demagnetized. Forward converters are commonly used for output power up to 250W 10/18

11 Figure 9: Isolated single switch forward 11/18

12 * Power switch: V CEV V inmax N p [1 + ] + leakage inductance spike N d I cpeak 1.2.P out ηv inmin. δ max I Drms 1.2.P out ηv inmin. δ max *Rectifiers: FORWARD D1: V inmax. N s N d + leakage inductance spike I F(av) I out.δ max FREEWHEELING D2: V inmax. ( + V F ) V inmin. δ max I F(av) I out DEMAGNETIZATION D3: 1 + N d N p V inmax I F(av) I magnpeak 2. δ max 12/18

13 In the "double switch forward", also called asymmetrical half bridge forward, the magnetizing energy stored in the primary inductance is automatically returned to the bulk capacitor by the two demagnetization diodes D 1 and D 2. The two power switches and demagnetisation diodes have to withstand only once the input voltage V in. As for the double switch flyback, the asymmetrical half bridge needs a floating gate drive for the high side switch. * Rectifiers: FORWARD D1: I Drms 1.2.P out ηv inmin. δ max V inmax ( + V F ) V inmin. δ max I F(av) I out.δ max * Power switch: V CEV V inmax FREEWHEELING D2: V inmax ( + V F ) I F(av) I out Figure 10: Half bridge asymmetrical forward converter 13/18

14 III - 2 Symmetrical converters This type of converter always uses an even number of switches. It also better exploits the transformer s magnetic circuit than in asymmetrical converters. So, smaller size and weight can be achieved. The three most common structures used are: - PUSH/PULL - HALF BRIDGE with capacitors - FULL BRIDGE III Push/Pull converter T 1 and T 2 switches (see figure 11) are alternately turned-on during a time t on. The secondary circuit operates at twice the switching frequency. A deadtime t d between the end of conduction of one switch and the turn-on time of the other one is required in order to avoid simultaneous conduction of the two switches. δv in = 2 n Moreover, the snubber network in symmetrical converters must be carefully designed, since they inter-react with one another. Figure 11: Push-Pull converter 14/18

15 * Power switch I Dpeak or I Cpeak P out ηv inmin V CEV 2V inmax + leakage inductance spike * Rectifier ( + V F ) V inmax δ max.v inmin + Voltage spike I F(av) I outmax 2 The switches are easy to drive since they are both referenced to ground, however they must withstand twice the input supply voltage. The inherent flux symmetry problems can be corrected with a current mode PWM control circuit. III Half bridge converter The capacitors in series across the supply fix a mid-point so that switches withstand only once the input voltage V in. However, this topology requires driving a high side switch. When using bipolar switches, transistor s storage time should have tight tolerances to avoid imbalance in operating flux level. This topology can be used for an output power capability up to 500W. As for the push-pull converter, T 1 and T 2 switches are alternately turned on during a time t on. = V in. δ n 15/18

16 Figure 12: Half bridge converter * Power switch: I Cpeak or I Dpeak 2P out ηv inmin V CEV V inmax * Rectifier: out + V F ). V inmax (V + leakage inductance spike δ max.v inmin I F(av) I outmax 2 16/18

17 Deadtimes (t d an figure 12) between two consecutive switch conduction are absolutely mandatory to avoid bridge-leg short circuit. III Full bridge converter Because of the number of components, the full bridge is for high power applications, ranging from 500 up to 2000W. Sometimes, power transformers are paralleled to provide higher output power. = 2V in δ n Switch pairs T 1 and T 3, T 2 and T 4 are alternately driven. Figure 13: Full bridge converter 17/18

18 * Power switch: I Cpeak or I Dpeak P out ηv inmin V CEV V inmax * Rectifier: out + V F ) V inmax (V + leakage inductance spike δ max.v inmin I F (av) I outmax 2 The full bridge provides twice the output power of the half bridge circuit with the same switch ratings. Nevertheless, this topology requires 4 switches and clamping diodes. IV - CONCLUSION Many significant technological changes in power supply design have resulted in lower cost per Watt with improved performance. Today, designers keep going ahead with the state-of-the-art in switching regulator technology in order to reduce size and weight of power packages. Output voltage and load current always depend upon the application. The power supply designs are often tailored to specific applications. No simple procedure exists to select the right topology. This paper provides an overview of the most commonly used topologies and lists the most important features for each topology. Information furnished is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, STMicroelectronics assumes no responsibility for the consequences of use of such information nor for any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent or patent rights of STMicroelectronics. Specification mentioned in this publication are subject to change without notice. This publication supersedes and replaces all information previously supplied. STMicroelectronics products are not authorized for use as critical components in life support devices or systems without express written approval of STMicroelectronics. The ST logo is a trademark of STMicroelectronics 1999 STMicroelectronics - Printed in Italy - All Rights Reserved STMicroelectronics GROUP OF COMPANIES Australia - Brazil - China - Finland - France - Germany - Hong Kong - India - Italy - Japan - Malaysia - Malta - Morocco - Singapore - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - United Kingdom - U.S.A. 18/18

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