A basic boost converter converts a DC voltage to a higher DC voltage. Interleaving adds additional benefits such as reduced ripple currents in both the input and output circuits. Higher efficiency is realized by splitting the output current into two paths, substantially reducing I 2R losses and inductor AC losses. Figure 1 shows the basic interleaved boost topology. When Q1 turns on, current ramps up in L1 with a slope depending on the input voltage, storing energy in L1. D1 is off during this time since the output voltage is greater than the input voltage. Once Q1 turns off, D1 conducts delivering part of its stored energy to the load and the output capacitor. Current in L1 ramps down with a slope dependent on the difference between the input and output voltage. One half of a switching period later, Q2 also turns on completing the same cycle of events. Since both power channels are combined at the output capacitor, the effective ripple frequency is twice that of a conventional single channel boost regulator.

Interleaved Boost Converter with Adjustable PWM Control

SKU: MS_0003
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