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It only takes a minute to sign up. Yes, it is me again with a PCB Design. I am learning a lot thanks to you. This time, the specs are;. Q1 has a breakout board footprint. R1 and L1 are on the solder side. The ground line of th under Q1's footprint is going to be covered with a lot of solder. Q1 and D1 are connected to a heat-sink. This is going to be a home-made single sided PCB. The boost diode should be a hyperfast rectifier with soft recovery characteristics.
Soft recovery and hyperfast are most useful when the converter is operating in continuous mode. You should have a fuse on Vin.
There isn't a way to isolate input from output in the event of a fault without one. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 8 years, 9 months ago. Active 8 years, 9 months ago. Viewed 1k times. If not, it looks like both C5 and C7 aren't going to fit on the board It seems a reasonable question and on topic to me. I'd answer, but this question looks like you have to spend some time to give a good answer and I've got three customers breathing down my neck today.
You just had the misfortune to ask it when hostile users were online. Active Oldest Votes. Adam Lawrence Adam Lawrence About the input fuse, if the output is short-circuit and the IC turns off the MOSFET in the current limiting mode, still it cannot protect it right -all the current passes through L1, D1 then to load?
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