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Upender Rao

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  • Using some components i would like to draw a block diagram to fulfill the following requirements

    Vin=230VAC; Vout1=48V 300W DC; Vout2=3.3V 100W DC

    Could someone please help me out to draw a block diagram
 

Upender Rao

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The 48V DC load periodically (frequency is 1 Hz) switches on and consumes 20 A current for 100 ms.


The primary energy source is 270 V DC.
A block diagram with black boxes and components necessary (converters, inductors, resistors, capacitors, switches etc) is expected.

2.Using some components i would like to draw a block diagram to fulfill the following requirement

  • Vin=230VAC; Vout1=48V 300W DC; Vout2=3.3V 100W DC

    Could someone please help me out to draw a block diagram
 

Reloadron

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The answer is in what software you plan to use to create the block diagram. A simple Google of "power supply block diagram" will bring you up several dozen images but without knowing what software you plan to use to draw a block diagram it is about impossible to answer your question. A simple block diagram can be done using MS Paint.

Ron
 

Reloadron

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You already started one thread, how many would you like? One thread is enough to get your question answered.

Ron
 

atferrari

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  • Using some components i would like to draw a block diagram to fulfill the following requirements

    Vin=230VAC; Vout1=48V 300W DC; Vout2=3.3V 100W DC

    Could someone please help me out to draw a block diagram
Are you asking about the parts in the block diagram or the software that could be used? For the last, pen and paper would suffice.

EDIT Ron posted already a good answer. Sorry /EDIT
 

JimB

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The two threads are now merged.

JimB
 

Reloadron

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Thanks Jim.

Ron
 
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