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SMPS & Digital Power Conversion Solutions from Microchip

Find suitable Products, Software, Tools & Training for your Digital Power Conversion applications below

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Digital Power Design Ideas:
Are you considering moving to Digital Power, increasing power density, eliminating bigger magnetics and heat sinks or adding intelligent communication module to your power supply? Let Microchip show you how to improve your power supply efficiency, reduce your form factor and explore cost reduction options. In this page you will discover Microchip’s comprehensive Digital Power Solutions, which feature 16-bit digital signal controllers, free software, development boards, technical training and more!
Looking for?How…..Microchip has Solution! HYPERLINK \l "HighePowerDensity" Higher Power Density Increase Switching frequency

Reduce switching losses

Eliminate discrete components
High-speed and high resolution PWM

Innovative switching & control software loops –Free software

Adaptive compensation Implemented – Free software HYPERLINK \l "LowerSystemCost" Lower System CostReduce the component counts & Over specified components

Smaller size transformers(less copper) & smaller heat sinks (less aluminum)

Reduce the board sizeSoftware managed voltage transitions, compensations

High speed and high resolution PWM & power conversion efficiency

 HYPERLINK \l "Improvedtimetomarket" Improved time to market & Ease of manufacturingAvailability of design resources

Lesser the components

Self test capability, easy configuration for loads, no fine tuning of components Many design examples, reference boards, Application notes, Code examples are available

High-speed and high resolution PWM, built-in ADC,

UART, CAN, I2C/SPI for system communication and configuration.

 HYPERLINK \l "New_Costeffective_Features" New, Cost effective featuresHigh-speed PWM’s, integrated ADC, Analog comparators, IP ProtectiondsPIC DSC family has all these peripherals integrated. HYPERLINK \l "Improved_Reliability" Improved reliabilityLess components

Immune to component tolerance variance

Innovative switching & control software loops –Free software

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dsPIC DSC Digital Power Application Software

CategoryResource TypeTitle & LinkPower Factor CorrectionApplication Note  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1824&appnote=en531747" AN1106 Implementing Power Factor CorrectionSMPS
Application Note  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1824&appnote=en532115" AN1114 Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Topologies (Part I)SMPS
Application Note HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1824&appnote=en536097" \t "_top" AN1207 Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Topologies (Part II)GUI-based Design
Application Note HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1824&appnote=en528552" AN1085SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE020_Std_PWM.zip" CE020 - Standard Mode PWM using dsPIC SMPS DSC Buck ConverterCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE021_PID_SMPS_GUI.zip" CE021 - dsPIC SMPS Buck Converter with PID Control SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE022_Staggered_PWM.zip" CE022 - Staggered PWM with Individual Interrupts using SMPS DSC SMPS Peripheral Code Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE023_PWM_Dither.zip" CE023 - PWM Frequency Dither using SMPS DSC 
SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE024_PWM_PushPull.zip" CE024 - Push-Pull Mode PWM using SMPS DSC SMPS Peripheral
Code Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE025_Negative_Deadtime.zip" CE025 - dsPIC SMPS Negative Dead time Example SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE026_EIE.zip" CE026 - dsPIC SMPS ADC Early Interrupt SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE028_Comp_PWM.zip" CE028 - dsPIC SMPS Complementary PWM SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE029_Comparator.zip" CE029 - PWM Shutdown using Analog Comparator SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE030_ADC_Trig_Timer.zip" CE030 - dsPIC SMPS ADC Triggered by Timer 1 SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE031_ADC_Trig_PWM.zip" CE031 - dsPIC SMPS ADC Triggered by PWM SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE032_Int_Vectoring_Asm.zip" CE032 - dsPIC SMPS ADC Interrupt Vectoring - Assembly SMPS PeripheralCode Example HYPERLINK "http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/CE033_Int_Vectoring_C.zip" CE033 - dsPIC SMPS ADC Interrupt Vectoring - C  HYPERLINK \l "BackToTop" Back to Top

dsPIC DSC Digital Power Training: Variety of learning options
GOING DIGITAL THE EASY WAY! In the technical aspects of digital power conversion and SMPS design with hands-on training and FREE web seminars from Microchip. The Web Seminars listed below specifically focus on understanding and developing digital power SMPS and how the dsPIC DSC SMPS devices can be used to implement digital power conversion products. 
CategoryTraining formatSeminar/Workshop TitleIntroduction to SMPSWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=107" \t "_top" Introduction to Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)SMPS Design : Choice of componentsWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=108" \t "_top" SMPS Components and their effects on System DesignBuck DC –DC ConverterWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=109" \t "_top" SMPS Buck Converter Design ExampleDigital Control techniquesWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=110" \t "_top" Introduction to SMPS Control TechniquesReliability and Scalability of SMPSWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=111" \t "_top" Advanced SMPS TopicsFeatures of dsPIC SMPS Family devicesWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=112" \t "_top" Introduction to the dsPIC® SMPS (part 1)dsPIC SMPS Family devices PWM module, fault handling and synchronizationWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=113" \t "_top" Introduction to the dsPIC® SMPS (part 2)Design Methods & issues : Digital SMPSWeb Seminar HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/webseminars/ArchivedDetail.aspx?Active=114" \t "_top" Building a dsPIC® SMPS systemDigital Power conversion : Hands on TrainingHands-on Training HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/rtc/details.aspx?sid=36" 312DPS: Digital Power Converter Design using dsPIC DSC SMPS Family
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dsPIC DSC Digital Power Development Boards & SW Tools: Accelerate your development
Tools listed below targeting digital power. These development boards provides an easy and economical way to evaluate the dsPIC SMPS & Digital Power Conversion family of devices and provides an educational and prototyping platform to investigate digital power conversion and digital Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) design. Included with the development boards are software, documentation, and hands on exercises that can be used to get an in-depth hands-on on digital power conversion.

Selection Table: Development Boards
Digital Power Application TypeTarget Device FamilyDevelopment Tools RequiredDev Board(s)AccessoriesPlug-insBuck DC-DC ConverterdsPIC30F202x/1010
HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en028713"SMPS Buck Development Board NoneNoneStarter BoarddsPIC30F/33FHYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en529760"16-Bit 28-Pin Starter BoardNoneNoneDevelopment BoarddsPIC33F/30F HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en024149&part=DM300019" dsPICDEM 80-pin Starter Development BoardNone HYPERLINK "http://www.microchipdirect.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Catalog=BuyMicrochip&Category=dsPIC%20Boards%20and%20Kits&mid=13" MA300016 - dsPICDEM 80-PIN TQFP PIM (dsPIC30F2023)Development BoarddsPIC33F HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en024858&part=DM240001" Explorer16 Development Board None HYPERLINK "http://www.microchipdirect.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Catalog=BuyMicrochip&Category=dsPIC%20Boards%20and%20Kits&mid=13" MA330013 -dsPIC33 MC 100P to 100P TQFP Plug-In Module

 HYPERLINK "http://www.microchipdirect.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Catalog=BuyMicrochip&Category=dsPIC%20Boards%20and%20Kits&mid=13" MA330014-dsPIC33 MC 28P QFN to 100P Plug-In Module
HYPERLINK "http://www.microchipdirect.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Catalog=BuyMicrochip&Category=dsPIC%20Boards%20and%20Kits&mid=13"MA330017-dsPIC33 MC 44P QFN to 100P Plug-In Module

Development board Details:

Development/Starter BoardFeatures

Buck DC-DC Converter : SMPS Buck Development board

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Click  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchipdirect.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Catalog=BuyMicrochip&Category=dsPIC%20Boards%20and%20Kits&mid=13" here to buy this development boardThis development board provides an easy and economical way to evaluate the dsPIC30F202x/1010 SMPS & Digital Power Conversion family of components and provides an educational and prototyping platform to investigate digital power conversion and digital Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) design. The board includes a socketed dsPIC30F2020 device connected to power devices and circuitry for controlling dual independent low power DC to DC Synchronous Buck Converter circuits as well as support, debug, and communication circuitry.

Key Features:
Socketed dsPIC30F2020 on board connected to power devices and circuitry for controlling dual independent low power DC to DC Synchronous Buck Converter circuits
Buck converters can operate in Synchronous or Asynchronous modes
Input voltage range 7V to 15V (nominal 9V)
User can enable a dynamic output load to investigate transient response
User potentiometers to simulate application features such as voltage trim, remote voltage sense, voltage tracking, current sharing, etc.
MPLAB® ICD 2 or REAL ICE support ready
RS-232 serial channel
Example software for implementing digital dual synchronous buck converter

16- bit 28-Pin Starter Board
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This low-cost, 16-bit, 28-pin Starter Development Board supports 28- dsPIC Digital Signal Controller (DSC) devices or pin PIC24 microcontrollers. This board is an ideal prototyping tool to help validate key design requirements using these DSCs & microcontrollers.
This board can be purchased with ICD2 (PN:DV164027 ) or without ICD2 (PN:DM300027 )
Key Features:
Prototyping tool for all 28-pin, SDIP dsPIC30F, dsPIC33F & PIC24 devices
On-board regulators for 3.3V or 5V operation
Power input from 9V power supply or USB power source
Single UART communication channel via USB bridge
Connectors for MPLAB® ICD 2 In-circuit Debugger/Programmer and PICkit"! 2
Header for access to all device I/O pins
Circuit prototyping area including pads for SOIC and SOT-23 devices
Includes a 28-pin PIC24FJ64GA002

dsPICDEM 80-Pin Starter Development Board

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This development board offers a very economical way to evaluate both the dsPIC30F and dsPIC33F General Purpose and Motor Control Family devices. This board is an ideal prototyping tool to help you quickly develop and validate key design requirements.
Key features:
Includes an 80-pin dsPIC30F6014A plug-in module (MA300014) and an 80-pin dsPIC33FJ256GP710 (MA330012)
Power input from 9V supply
Selectable voltage regulator outputs of 5V and 3.3V
LEDs, switches, potentiometer, UART interface
A/D input filter circuit for speech band signal input
On-board DAC and filter for speech band signal output
Circuit prototyping area
Assembly language demonstration program and tutorial
Can accommodate 80-pin dsPIC30F6010 plug-in module (MA300013) —sold separately
Explorer16 Development Board

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The Explorer 16 is a low cost, efficient development board to evaluate the features and performance of Microchip's new PIC24 Microcontroller, the dsPIC33 Digital Signal Controller (DSC) families, and the new 32-bit PIC32MX devices. Coupled with the MPLAB ICD 2 In Circuit Debugger or MPLAB REAL ICE, real-time emulation and debug facilities speed evaluation and prototyping of application circuitry. The Explorer 16 100-pin features two interchangeable Plug-In Modules (PIMs), one each for the PIC24FJ128GA010 and the dsPIC33FJ256GP710 DSC. The Explorer 16 44-pin features a Plug-In Module (PIM) for the PIC24FJ64GA004
Key Features: Includes PIC24FJ128GA010 and the dsPIC33FJ256GP710 DSC Digital Signal Controller PIMs (100-pin version) Alpha-numeric 16 x 2 LCD display Interfaces to MPLAB ICD 2, MPLAB REAL ICE, USB, and RS-232 Includes Microchip's TC1047A high accuracy, analog output temperature sensor Expansion connector to access full devices pin-out and bread Supports Plug-in modules for 28pin, 44pin & 100 pin dsPIC DSC Motor Control & Power Conversion family devices
Click  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en531260" here for the complete list of plug-in modules
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Web-Based Circuit Designer and Simulator tool:
Microchip’s  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=2534&pageId=64" Mindi"! Simulator Tool aids in the design and analysis of various analog and digital circuits used in Power Management and Linear applications. This interactive simulator tool enables designers to quickly generate circuit diagrams, generate code, simulate circuits and specify passive components for a variety of power, battery-charger and linear applications. Circuits developed using the Mindi"! simulation tool can be downloaded to a personal computer (PC) or workstation and can often be ported directly into system diagrams.

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Getting Started with dsPIC Digital Power Products:

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Benefits of the dsPIC DSC SMPS & Digital Power Conversion Devices  HYPERLINK \l "backToGettingStarted" (back to Getting Started) Self contained SMPS solutions and rich peripherals of dsPIC – Digital Power devices enable the engineer to design solutions that do not require much in the way of external support chips. So when using the dsPIC DSC SMPS solution, developers can obtain a 20% reduction in component count over other solutions
In addition to the space and cost-saving features that are in the dsPIC DSC SMPS solution, it also has special features specifically enabling advanced power conversion. These include.. an Intelligent Power peripheral. The independent PWM, ADC and Analog Comparators peripherals form the Intelligent Power Peripheral via an internal configurable control fabric that enables them to interact directly with one another. The capability and benefits offered by the configurable control fabric are:
• Configurable Control Fabric
• Controls Coordination between Comparators, PWM, and ADC
• Set-up via Software / Operates Independently of Software
• Precisely Times ADC Conversions
• Controls PWM Response to Faults
• Benefits of Configurable Control Fabric
• Provides Real-Time Response without Firmware Intervention
• Expands Control Range of Options
• Adaptable for a Wide Variety of Control Methodologies
• Provides Fail-Safe Control

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What Digital Power is  HYPERLINK \l "backToGettingStarted" (back to Getting Started)

Digital power defined as “Digitally controlled power products that provide monitoring and supervisory functions and configuration and that extend to full-loop control using digital algorithms”
Digital circuits provide the functions of configuration, tracking, monitoring, protection, sequencing, and communications. The control feedback or feed-forward loop is controlled by the digital circuits
The control circuits combine A/D conversion, Pulse Width Modulation, and communication interfaces

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I have experience in designing SMPS but I am new to Microchip & would like to evaluate your dsPIC DSCs devices for my next generation of SMPS products?

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Microchip provides you everything you will need to prototype your Digital power application including, development boards, debuggers and software libraries. Once you have installed the free  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en019469&part=SW007002" MPLAB IDE and free student edition compiler  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en010065&part=SW006012" MPLAB C30, just follow the easy directions below and purchase the components at  HYPERLINK "http://microchipdirect.com/productsearch.aspx?Keywords=motor" microchipDIRECT.com. You can then begin your design! Remember that all of Microchip’s 16 & 32-bit MCUs and DSCs are supported by Explorer16 starter kit, so you can leverage this investment many times over the years.

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I am new to SMPS & Digital power where should I start?  HYPERLINK \l "backToGettingStarted" (back to Getting Started)
If you are new to SMPS & Digital Power, learning about Power conversion topologies is a great place to start. Click here for the SMPS Topologies application notes
We have several  HYPERLINK \l "DigitalPower_ApplicationSW" Application Notes,  HYPERLINK \l "DigitalPower_Training" Web seminars and  HYPERLINK "http://techtrain.microchip.com/rtc/details.aspx?sid=36" Hands on trainings (RTC) that may be very helpful.
You can also explore our Intelligent  HYPERLINK "http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=2524¶m=en025401" Power Supply Design Centre to learn more about SMPS & Digital power

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What are the features that dsPIC PWM Module will provide for SMPS applications?
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dsPIC SMPS family devices features the PWM module tailor made for SMPS applications which requires high-speed and high resolution PWM. Following are the main features of the PWM module. Please refer to individual datasheets, reference manuals for the detailed capabilities of PWM module

High resolution PWM : 12 bits at 234 Khz
ns duty cycle resolution
Dead-time resolution of 4.2 nsec @ 30 MIPS
Frequency resolution of 8.4 nsec @ 30 MIPS

7 PWM Modes of operation
Standard PWM mode: Used for Buck, Boost & Flyback converters
Complementary PWM mode: Used in Buck Converters with Sync.
Push-Pull PWM mode :Used in Series & Parallel Resonant Half Converters

Multi-Phase PWM mode: Used in Multi-Phase Converters

Variable Phase PWM mode: Used in ZVT Converters

PWM current reset mode: Used for Power Factor Correction

Current limit PWM mode: Used in many Topologies

Individual deadtime values for each PWM
Positive and negative deadtime
4.4 nsec resolution
Extensive fault handing capability
Extensive ADC triggering options
Up to 4 Independent PWM generators
There is one MASTER time-base:
All can share MASTER time base
All can share MASTER time base - with programmable phase shift

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What are the important features that dsPIC ADC module provide for SMPS applications?
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dsPIC SMPS Family devices come with a unique ADC features. Please refer to device datasheets for the complete details of ADC capabilities

The SMPS dsPIC ADC can monitor voltages or currents at precise times.
Asynchronous sampling is supported by the SMPS dsPIC via sophisticated ADC triggering. An ADC conversion can be triggered by the PWM Individual Trigger, PWM Special Event Trigger, Analog Comparator, General Purpose Timer or by Software.
Multiple sample and hold circuits make simultaneous sampling possible.

General Features of ADC include:
10 /12 bit Resolution
1/2 Million Samples / sec conversion rate
6 to 24 input channels
Low latency improves control loop stability
Advanced Sampling Capability:
Individual triggers for each S&H
Samples may be simultaneous
Samples may be uniquely timed
Sample acquisitions are precisely timed

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Higher Power Density:

dsPIC devices replace both MCU for power management and communications along with analog PWM controllers. A single dsPIC can support multiple control loops (PFC, multiple outputs, etc) thus eliminating multiple PWM controllers in a power supply. With the high speed and high resolution PWM it is possible to reduce the size of transformers and other associated inductors & capacitors. dsPIC PWM Module supports resonant conversion, by implementing the more efficient & innovative software control algorithms & switching techniques switching losses are reduced, many discrete components are eliminated thus increasing the power density per square inch of PCB.

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Lower System Cost:

With dsPIC digital power & motor control family devices, it is possible to lower the system cost by reducing the size of inductors & heat sinks by implementing efficient & innovative switching technique using high speed and high resolution PWM. Complex compensation circuits replaced with software loops running on dsPIC

Leading edge blanking (LEB) will eliminate the RC delay circuits in the current measurements. Built-in comparators eliminate the external comparators.  Built-in FRC eliminating the expensive high precision crystals/oscillators.  Single supply voltage eliminates external power supply components.

dsPIC DSCs support resonance conversion thus eliminating external snubber circuits & managed voltage transitions eliminate “Over specified” Components thus reducing the overall system cost

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Improved time to market & Ease of manufacturing:

DC-DC Buck converter reference design, starter kits are readily available from Microchip.
Mindi Power management simulator tool, application notes, Code examples can be used as a design resources and will help in coming out with the products quickly.
Easy software configuration helps in releasing the product variants quickly.

Changes / Tweaks quickly performed by changing software / parameters instead of hardware thus saving the manufacturing time. Component tolerance issues reduced thus giving more flexibility to manufacturing. Trimming and calibration performed by programming flash memory, eliminating trim pots, or laser trimming. Improved Self-Test Capability Simplifies/Speeds Product Testing

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New, Cost effective features:

dsPIC devices replace both MCU for power management and communications along with analog PWM controllers. dsPIC devices are highly integrated and require few external support components

Adapt to Changing Load (Capacitive, Inductive, Resistive, Current Demands)
Controller can anticipate load changes rather than react to the changes after the fact
Better Transient Response Specifications – Not Limited to Linear Techniques
Non-linear, predictive, and adaptive control techniques can be implemented easily in software
Managed Voltage Transitions Eliminate “Overspecified” Components
Advanced soft transition and ramping easily performed digitally

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Improved reliability:

Designs with Fewer Components, “lesser the components better the reliability”
Component Tolerance/Drift Reduced thus improving the reliability
Control performed in software eliminating precision resistors, capacitors, etc
Adaptive compensation in software enables looser component tolerances
Design optimization/tuning faster

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dsPIC DSC Power Conversion Families:
Microchip offers two device families of dsPIC DSCs for digital Power applications

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