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Power Factor Correction (PFC) Handbook

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Power Factor Correction (PFC) Handbook

Publisher: ON Semiconductor
Number of pages: 208

Description:
In this handbook, a number of different PFC approaches are evaluated for a 300 W (400 V, 0.75 A) application. An overview of select single-stage isolated converters including an LED driver is also presented. By providing step-by-step design guidelines and system level comparisons, it is hoped that this effort will help the power electronics designers select the right approach for their application.

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