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|Optimized Design of a High Input-Voltage-Ripple-Rejection Converter for LED Lighting
G. Lamar, Diego
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|M. Arias, I. Castro, D. G. Lamar, A. Vázquez and J. Sebastián, "Optimized Design of a High Input-Voltage-Ripple-Rejection Converter for LED Lighting," in IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 33, no. 6, pp. 5192-5205, June 2018.
|The asymmetrical half-bridge (AHB) converter has been deeply analyzed as second stage in ac-dc light emitting diode (LED) drivers. Galvanic isolation, high reliability and high efficiency are their main advantages while a limited duty cycle range (i.e., 0-0.5) and a poor dynamic behavior are their main disadvantages. As second stage of an LED driver, the most demanding requirement for its control loop is cancelling the low-frequency ripple introduced by the first stage. According to its limited maximum attainable bandwidth, this is normally achieved by implementing a feedforward loop. Nonetheless, the static gain of the standard AHB converter presents a nonlinear relation between the output voltage and the duty cycle. As a consequence, the effectiveness of this feedforward loop is limited. In this paper, the use of the zeta AHB converter as second stage of an LED driver is analyzed and an optimized design is proposed. Regarding its advantages, it presents an extended duty cycle range (theoretically, 0-1.0). Besides, it presents a linear relation between the output voltage and the duty cycle. Therefore, although its dynamic behavior is still limited, it can perfectly cancel the low-frequency ripple introduced by the first stage of the LED driver by means of a straightforward feedforward loop. The optimized design proposed in this paper is focused on minimizing the losses in the magnetic components (transformer and inductor) by wisely choosing the value of the two turns ratios of the transformer.
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