Creating a Digital Power Supply from Scratch

Creating a Digital Power Supply from Scratch

This class covers the entire process of creating a digital power supply

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About this course

This class covers the entire process of creating a digitally controlled synchronous buck power supply based on the Microchip dsPIC33CK MCU. The design process utilizes Microchip’s Digital Power Design ecosystem which consists of the Digital Power Starter Kit 3 (DPSK3) EVK, MPLAB® X IDE, XC16 Compiler, Microchip Code Configurator (MCC) and the soon to be released Power Smart Digital Control Library Designer (PS-DCLD). The class is designed such that attendees with DPSK3 hardware can follow along during each step of the design process. Some prior knowledge of digital and analog control theory and C programming will be helpful but is not required to complete the class.

Curriculum73 min

  • Syllabus
  • Course Introduction 1 min
  • Evaluation Environment
  • Starter Kit 2 min
  • Building Blocks 5 min
  • Segmenting the Building Blocks 1 min
  • Configurations
  • Setting up the Project 1 min
  • Clocks 3 min
  • Timer 1 min
  • PWM 4 min
  • ADC 2 min
  • GP I/O 1 min
  • Interrupts 2 min
  • Programming the Device
  • Application Code 5 min
  • First Test 1 min
  • Add the ADC Converters 3 min
  • Power Smart Digital Control Library Designer (DCLD)
  • Power Smart DCLD Introduction 3 min
  • Control Loops 3 min
  • Power Smart Main Window 3 min
  • DCLD Basic Settings 4 min
  • P-Term Loop Controller 5 min
  • Generated Code 1 min
  • Final MPLAB® X Coding
  • Add the generated Code 5 min
  • Adding Soft Start 2 min
  • Final Declarations 1 min
  • Compile and Run 1 min
  • Optimization
  • Using Parameters from Bode Plot 4 min
  • Verify the Result 3 min
  • Update the Voltage Loop Controller 4 min
  • Closing
  • Thank You 1 min
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your Feedback!

About this course

This class covers the entire process of creating a digitally controlled synchronous buck power supply based on the Microchip dsPIC33CK MCU. The design process utilizes Microchip’s Digital Power Design ecosystem which consists of the Digital Power Starter Kit 3 (DPSK3) EVK, MPLAB® X IDE, XC16 Compiler, Microchip Code Configurator (MCC) and the soon to be released Power Smart Digital Control Library Designer (PS-DCLD). The class is designed such that attendees with DPSK3 hardware can follow along during each step of the design process. Some prior knowledge of digital and analog control theory and C programming will be helpful but is not required to complete the class.

Curriculum73 min

  • Syllabus
  • Course Introduction 1 min
  • Evaluation Environment
  • Starter Kit 2 min
  • Building Blocks 5 min
  • Segmenting the Building Blocks 1 min
  • Configurations
  • Setting up the Project 1 min
  • Clocks 3 min
  • Timer 1 min
  • PWM 4 min
  • ADC 2 min
  • GP I/O 1 min
  • Interrupts 2 min
  • Programming the Device
  • Application Code 5 min
  • First Test 1 min
  • Add the ADC Converters 3 min
  • Power Smart Digital Control Library Designer (DCLD)
  • Power Smart DCLD Introduction 3 min
  • Control Loops 3 min
  • Power Smart Main Window 3 min
  • DCLD Basic Settings 4 min
  • P-Term Loop Controller 5 min
  • Generated Code 1 min
  • Final MPLAB® X Coding
  • Add the generated Code 5 min
  • Adding Soft Start 2 min
  • Final Declarations 1 min
  • Compile and Run 1 min
  • Optimization
  • Using Parameters from Bode Plot 4 min
  • Verify the Result 3 min
  • Update the Voltage Loop Controller 4 min
  • Closing
  • Thank You 1 min
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your Feedback!