The NCP1654 is a fairly simple, easy to implement, and fairly flexible PFC controller. As you have found out though, at very low loads, when operatingblasphemy000 05-03-2016, 08:21 PM
Thank you for your reply.
Unfortunately this project is not based completely on reality. I need to do it to get my degree. Neither me nor
For that low power you don't need a PFC in reality.
Unless your application is critical, then you need one. but in audio applications you
I built a CCM PFC circuit using a NCP1654 IC from On Semi to get 390 V that I feed to an unregulated DC/DC-Converter that powers
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Im teaching myself about boost pfc and while I've seen several datasheet/app note diagrams showing how the gain modulator/error feedback system is schematically,JGalt 05-02-2016, 12:59 AM