Fixed frequency discontinuous conduction mode flyback topology with valley switching simplifies EMI filter design.
What does DCM stand for?
DCM stands for Discontinuous Conduction Mode
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- Digital Content Manager
- Dilated Cardiomyopathy
- Diode-Capacitor Multiplier
- Direct Connect Module
- Direct Control Mode
- Direction Cosine Matrix
- Director of Civilian Marksmanship
- Directory Control Module
- Disability Case Management
- Disciplined Clock Module (DSC)
- Discontinuous Current Mode
- Discrete Choice Model (facial expression recognition)
- Discrete Control Module
- Disk Coverage Method
- Dispersion Compensation Module
- Display and Control Module
- Display Control Module (IBM)
- Dispositif de Commande Manuelle (French: Manual Control Device)
- Distance-Conserving Mapping
- Distinguished Conduct Medal (UK Military)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this paper a standard buck converter operating in a discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) has been used as an intermediate stage of a three stage HID electronic ballast.
The ACT410 and ACT411 are designed for fly back topology working in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) with full load switching frequency of 120kHz.
The ACT510 and ACT511 are designed for Flyback topology working in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) with full load switching frequency of 120kHz and 65kHz respectively.
The CS1501 and CS1601 are digitally controlled, variable frequency discontinuous conduction mode (VF-DCM), active power factor correction ICs intended for use in switch-mode power supplies rated up to 300 watts.
They are designed for fly-back topology working in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM).
Selectable ultrasonic power save for the SC414 allows the device to operate in discontinuous conduction mode at light load conditions, saving quiescent current, while limiting the "floor" frequency to avoid audible noise.
Selectable ultrasonic power save allows the device to operate in discontinuous conduction mode at light load conditions, saving quiescent current, while limiting the "floor" frequency to avoid audible noise.