On Mon, 1 Feb 1999 13:26:05 -0500 "Steve Iezzi" <email@example.com>
>> I presume (possibly incorrectly) that it isn't going to have lots
>capacity in the
>> >output like a linear supply. If so, then the feedback loop
>> >extend to several kHz if problems are to be avoided.
>> >Peter G3RZP
>My impression from the original post was that this would be an open
>switching supply. A typical low loss forward converter would give
>reasonable (5 to 10 %) performance without the grief of closing the
The HV section is planned as an open loop Steve. It all actually depends
on performance vs cost. A HV regulation of 10% or better should be
sufficient and I'm told 5% will be easy to do with an open loop and
readily available filter caps.
Sorry for the confusion but I'm in the learning stage here on switchers.
All the posts here are being saved and I'll talk to my expert this coming
73 Carl KM1H
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