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    New Member New Member MonacoFranz is on a distinguished road
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    switching frequencies

    Hi folks, what are the typical switching frequencies you are operating at?

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    Really depending on you application, we see the use from 8kHz to 150kHz.

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    New Member New Member MonacoFranz is on a distinguished road
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    Take the example of EV charging or UPS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonacoFranz View Post
    Take the example of EV charging or UPS?
    30~50KHz for hard switching , more than 150KHz for soft switching

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