Yesterday I started to work with the EVAL-IPFC01V1. Can I program the STNRGPF01 with the ST-LINK/V2 through the SWIM connector J2? Or I must use the UART J3 with the adapter in the box? In this case what is the correct FTDI cable model? Best regards
Helo, I have recently bought a STEVAL-IPFC01P1, to evaluate de STNRGPF01 controller. Besides some issues with the power stage, I still wonder how can I configure the hex code into the chip. In the datasheet it is mentioned that it is needed a STNRG Loader along with the eDesign suite. Is there a manual or webpage with detailed steps to…(Show moreShow less)
hi my name is mehdi . I'm using eDesignSuite for a Viper 27LN. how i choise transformer with Transformer Specifications? Transformer Specifications: fsw: 60 kHz - Isat ≥ 757 mA - Lp: 2.06 mH ± 10 % - leakage ≤ 3 % Primary: Ipk 617 mA - Irms 211 mA - Iavg 108 mA Aux: Ipk 189 mA - Irms 18 mA - Iavg 3 mA - Prim/Aux turn ratio 7.29 …(Show moreShow less)
Hello Mehdi, using VIPer27 flyback isolated design on eDesignSuite, a commercial transformer from Wurth should appear, if your specifications meet specific requirements. Could you please specify input and output values and if you have applied some customizations on your design?
Hallo, I'm using eDesign Studio for a Viper17 simulation. I try to do a Transformer Refinement by a click on the icon. A window (Window1.jpg) appears with only the main parameters like Reflected Voltage, Primary Inductance and Leakege. In my colleague simulation, the same window (Window2.jpg) includes more parameters like turn ratio, core, ... Is…(Show moreShow less)
In the application note the number of turns are not mentioned unfortunately. For the manufacturer I need to specify the number of turns and the wire gauge size which is missing. On Feb 9, 2018 3:00 PM, "Patrizia Bellitto" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To program the STNRGPF01 devices when working with eDesignSuite, we offer two additional companion hardware and software utilities to upload the hex file into our microcontroller: the adapter board you found into the PFC evaluation kit (EVAL-IPFC01V1) the programming software utility STSW-STNRGPF01 (click "Get Software" button at bottom of page)…(Show moreShow less)
Hi there, We need to design a led driver using the HVLED001A to supply a string of leds with 100w and 150w. According to datasheet we need to have two stages to supply this power but in eDesignSuite we have not found a way to do it. Is there a way to use the eDesignSuite to calculate my driver for 100W and 150w with two stages? Best regards,…(Show moreShow less)
How do I change the regulation mode from Secondary to Primary in eDesignSuite? I want to design a low cost 85-265V AC to 12V 0.2A DC isolated flyback converter using the Viper06 with PSR. Tight Voltage Regulation and Fast Transient Response is not required, so we want to save cost of optocoupler. Kind Regards
Hello, First of all you need to change the schematic, following the sample circuit in VIPer06 datasheet, figure 20. Then the compensation net and the transformer, too, must be designed in a slightly different way, we are working to add this feature in eDesign as soon as possible. Best regards.
The output Voltage expected is 6V and output is constant for 110VAC input. But the output is turning ON/OFF for 220V input. Please let me know to resolve this issue. I have followed the ST Design suite for the design.
Hi my name is pini i work on new project AC/DC converter the input is 85-265 VAC output 12vdc/350mA axiliry :16vdc chip:viper013HS I work with a midcom transformer 750370024 and viper013hs I don't how to set this transformer in simulate (how to enter the parameters) this is EE13/7/4 but I do not have all the parameters of the…(Show moreShow less)
Hello Pini, Already answer to you on private. However, I would like to also answer here in case that someone else is looking in to similar situation: For your simulation in eDS you need the following parameters for the transformer: From datasheet: Main inductance: 1.6mH Leakage inductance: ~40uH Turns ratio Pri:Sec = 8:1 => reflected voltage =…