flyback power supply

flyback power supply

[′flī‚bak ′pau̇r sə‚plī]
(electronics)
A high-voltage power supply used to produce the direct-current voltage of about 10,000-25,000 volts required for the second anode of a cathode-ray tube in a television receiver or oscilloscope.
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These Power Integrations LinkSwitch -HP Off-Line Switcher family of flyback power supply ICs incorporate a primary side regulated (PSR) controller and high-voltage power MOSFET on a single chip.
In a flyback power supply, the collector or drain of the power switch can fly up to very high voltages well above the input voltage.
Enabling flyback power supply designers to replace inefficient Schottky rectifiers with a MOSFET driven as an ideal diode, the ZXGD3105N8 can achieve a standby power consumption for set-top boxes of less than 100mW and full-load efficiencies greater than 87%.
An embedded flyback power supply generates all internal supplies from a single 15V input.
The SJEP170R550 is targeted for auxiliary flyback power supply applications running off the high voltage DC bus in AC Drives, UPS and Solar Inverters.
Design Idea DI-136 describes a high efficiency 75W single stage flyback power supply with power factor correction for use with LED Lighting ballasts, based on Power Integrations' TOP250YN, a member of the TOPSwitch-GX family.
International Rectifier, IR(r) (NYSE:IRF), a world leader in power management technology, today announced the availability of the IRISMPS5 flyback power supply reference design for the IRIS4015 integrated switcher.