Power inverter bidirectional

Posted on Oct 4, 2012

The circuit can generate a negative output from a positive supply or a positive output from a negative supply. When the circuit starts up, the substrate diode of the output FET bootstraps the output voltage to the point where synchronous switching takes over.

When the gate-switching signal is symmetrical, the output voltage is approximately -95% of the input voltage, and the efficiency is greater than 80%. You can obtain voltage step-up or step-down by adjusting the switching ratio. When I used the circuit

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