Getting Started with CIP Hybrid Power PWM Controllers and MPLAB® X SMPS Design Tools

Getting Started with CIP Hybrid Power PWM Controllers and MPLAB® X SMPS Design Tools

Getting Started with CIP Hybrid Power PWM Controllers and MPLAB® X SMPS Design Tools

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About this course

Microchip’s mixed signal MCUs contain analog control loops with digital oversight to configure, monitor, and dynamically adjust performance with an embedded microcontroller (MCU). This allows the system to report telemetry, make operating adjustments on the fly and respond to faults with customized, application-specific code. Without this added integration, flexible robust designs could require separate chips to regulate the output, adjust the regulator operation, measure the results, and communicate the information outside the system. This class will introduce you to Microchip’s PIC16F17xx family of programmable PWM controllers with an overview of the tools, architecture and 3 examples that demonstrate how each solution is created followed by a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of each implementation.

Curriculum54 min

  • Syllabus
  • Introduction
  • Introduction 1 min
  • Types of Power Supply Controllers 2 min
  • Overview of Field Programmable PWM Controllers 2 min
  • Microchip PWM Controllers 2 min
  • CIP Hybrid Power Controller Architecture 1 min
  • SMPS Library
  • Overview of the Library 2 min
  • Downloading and Installing the Library 1 min
  • Examples
  • Example #1: Voltage Mode Implementation 14 min
  • Example #2: Peak Current Mode 12 min
  • Example #3: Custom Implementations 15 min
  • Your Feedback
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About this course

Microchip’s mixed signal MCUs contain analog control loops with digital oversight to configure, monitor, and dynamically adjust performance with an embedded microcontroller (MCU). This allows the system to report telemetry, make operating adjustments on the fly and respond to faults with customized, application-specific code. Without this added integration, flexible robust designs could require separate chips to regulate the output, adjust the regulator operation, measure the results, and communicate the information outside the system. This class will introduce you to Microchip’s PIC16F17xx family of programmable PWM controllers with an overview of the tools, architecture and 3 examples that demonstrate how each solution is created followed by a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of each implementation.

Curriculum54 min

  • Syllabus
  • Introduction
  • Introduction 1 min
  • Types of Power Supply Controllers 2 min
  • Overview of Field Programmable PWM Controllers 2 min
  • Microchip PWM Controllers 2 min
  • CIP Hybrid Power Controller Architecture 1 min
  • SMPS Library
  • Overview of the Library 2 min
  • Downloading and Installing the Library 1 min
  • Examples
  • Example #1: Voltage Mode Implementation 14 min
  • Example #2: Peak Current Mode 12 min
  • Example #3: Custom Implementations 15 min
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your feedback