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SCBS809F – DECEMBER 2005 – REVISED OCTOBER 2009
Programming DELAB, DELCD, and Adaptive Delay Set (ADS)
The UCC2895-EP allows the user to set the delay between switch commands within each leg of the full-bridge
power circuit, according to the formula from the data sheet:
For this equation, V
is determined in conjunction with the desire to utilize (or not utilize) the ADS feature from:
Figure 3 shows the resistors needed to program the delay periods and the ADS function.
Figure 3. Resistors Needed in Programming
The ADS allows the user to vary the delay times between switch commands within each of the converter’s two
legs. The delay-time modulation is implemented by connecting ADS (pin 11) to CS, GND, or a resistive divider
from CS to GND to set V
. From the previous equation for V
, if ADS is tied to GND, V
rises in direct
proportion to V
, causing a decrease in t
as the load increases. In this condition, the maximum value of
is 2 V. If ADS is connected to a resistive divider between CS and GND, the term (V
smaller, reducing the level of V
. This decreases the amount of delay modulation. In the limit of ADS tied to
= 0.5 V and no delay modulation occurs. In the case with maximum delay modulation (ADS = GND)
when the circuit goes from light load to heavy load, the variation of V
is from 0.5 V to 2 V. This causes the
delay times to vary by a 4:1 ratio as the load is changed.
The ability to program an adaptive delay is a desirable feature because the optimum delay time is a function of
the current flowing in the primary winding of the transformer, and can change by a factor of 10:1 or more as
circuit loading changes. Reference  delves into the many interrelated factors for choosing the optimum delay
times for the most efficient power conversion and illustrates an external circuit to enable ADS using the UC2879.
Implementing this adaptive feature is simplified in the UCC2895-EP controller, giving the user the ability to tailor
the delay times to suit a particular application, with a minimum of external parts.
 L. Balogh, "Design Review: 100W, 400 kHz, DC/DC Converter With Current Doubler Synchronous
Rectification Achieves 92% Efficiency," Unitrode Power Supply Design Seminar Manual, Unitrode Corporation,
1996, Topic 2.
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