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Old 8th November 2012, 01:21 AM   #1
Yooper is offline Yooper  United States
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Smile Asymmetric half bridge

I built an asymmetric half bridge (8 years ago) with excellent results.
This was an open loop design with planar integrated

The design was an eighth brick footprint, with an 18 to 72v input. 300 watts. 95% efficiency.

Has anyone else explored this topology?

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