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.
An embedded flyback power supply generates all internal supplies from a single 15V input.