Datasheet Texas Instruments UCC28C43P

ManufacturerTexas Instruments
Part NumberUCC28C43P
Datasheet Texas Instruments UCC28C43P

BiCMOS Low-Power Current Mode PWM Controller 8-PDIP -40 to 105


UCCx8C4x BiCMOS Low-Power Current-Mode PWM Controller datasheet
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Lifecycle StatusActive (Recommended for new designs)
Manufacture's Sample AvailabilityYes


Package TypeP
Industry STD TermPDIP
Package QTY50
Device MarkingUCC28C43P
Width (mm)6.35
Length (mm)9.81
Thickness (mm)3.9
Pitch (mm)2.54
Max Height (mm)5.08
Mechanical DataDownload


Control MethodPeak Current Mode
Duty Cycle(Max)100 %
Frequency(Max)1000 kHz
Frequency(Min)26 kHz
Gate Drive(Typ)1 A
Operating Temperature Range-40 to 105 C
Package GroupPDIP
Special FeaturesError Amplifier,Multi-topology
UVLO Thresholds On/Off8.4/7.6 V
Vin(Max)400 V
Vin(Min)8.4 V

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Application Notes

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    PDF, 324 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Oct 9, 2008
    This reference design describes a discontinuous, peak current-mode flyback converter whose input voltage is generated from the output of a universal power factor correction circuit. The converter is designed to operate at a switching frequency of 225 kHz, requires minimal parts, and supports an isolated 12-V, 3-W output and a non-isolated 12-V, 1-W output ideally suited for chip bias and voltage f
  • UCC38C42 25-W Forward Converter
    PDF, 320 Kb, File published: Sep 6, 2002
    This reference design presents a self-resonant reset forward converter using the UCC38C42 BiCMOS Low-Power Current-Mode PWM Controller. The input voltage for this converter is compatible with the telecom input voltage range of 36 VDC to 72 VDC. The converter is designed to operate at a switching frequency of 525 kHz, requires minimal parts, and supports an isolated 2.5-V 10-A output. The complete
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    PDF, 280 Kb, File published: Feb 7, 2002
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  • U-111 Practical Considerations in Current Mode Power Supplies
    PDF, 787 Kb, File published: Sep 5, 1999
    This application note explains the numerous PWM functions and ways to maximize their usefulness. It covers practical circuit design considerations such as slope compensation gate drive circuitry external control functions synchronization and paralleling current-mode controlled modules. Circuit diagrams and simplified equations are included.
  • DN-42A Design Considerations for Transitioning from UC3842 to the New UCC3802
    PDF, 42 Kb, File published: Sep 5, 1999
    The UCC3802 offers numerous advantages that allow the power supply design engineer to meet requirements for lower power for battery-operated equipment higher switching frequencies for reduced magnetics size higher levels of circuit integration for improved reliability and lower cost. The UCC3802 family of devices is pin-out compatible with the UC3842 and UC3842A families; however it is not plu
  • Conditioning a Switch-mode Power Supply Current Signal Using TI Op Amps
    PDF, 61 Kb, File published: Mar 23, 2000
    The switch-mode power supply primary current is often sensed using a power resistor. Using an op amp to amplify the current-sense signal can reduce cost and improve noise performance and efficiency. This report reviews the advantages of using an op amp circuit and analyzes the design criteria needed to choose the proper op amp.
  • Understanding Buck-Boost Power Stages in Switchmode Power Supplies (Rev. A)
    PDF, 363 Kb, Revision: A, File published: May 28, 2002

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Manufacturer's Classification

  • Semiconductors > Power Management > Offline and Isolated DC/DC Controllers and Converters > PWM and Resonant Controller

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