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JP2009189144A
JP2009189144A JP2008025973A JP2008025973A JP2009189144A JP 2009189144 A JP2009189144 A JP 2009189144A JP 2008025973 A JP2008025973 A JP 2008025973A JP 2008025973 A JP2008025973 A JP 2008025973A JP 2009189144 A JP2009189144 A JP 2009189144A
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Hiroshi Unno
英夫 早乙女
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A switching power supply device that realizes low output ripple and can reduce the cost and size of the entire device.
A transformer having a primary winding Np and secondary windings Ns1, Ns2, and having a plurality of magnetic legs L1, L2 having a gap in a core constituting the transformer and a magnetic leg without a gap, The primary winding is wound around the magnetic leg provided with the gap, and the secondary winding is wound around the magnetic leg provided with the gap of the core, and the ratio between the equivalent excitation inductance and the equivalent excitation inductance of the transformer is determined. It is made to correspond to the ratio of the voltage of the equivalent winding during the period when the switch element is on and the voltage of the equivalent winding.
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  The present invention relates to a transformer that realizes low output ripple, miniaturization, and cost reduction, and a switching power supply device including the transformer.

As a conventional switching power supply device, as shown in FIG. 2, the primary side, by connecting the primary winding Np and a switching element Q1 of the transformer T in series to both ends of a DC power source V IN, the DC power supply V IN A tertiary winding Nr of the transformer T and a rectifying element D3 are connected in series at both ends, and the secondary side is configured with a secondary winding Ns rectifying element D1, a commutating element D2, an inductor Lo, and the secondary side of the transformer T. A switching power supply device called a so-called forward-type switching power supply device, which is configured by connecting a filter circuit made of a capacitor Co, is known (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

When the input is an AC power supply, a power factor correction circuit (hereinafter referred to as a “PFC” unit) is provided between the AC power supply and the switching power supply device as shown in FIG. 3 in order to suppress the input harmonic current. What is connected and configured is known.
JP 2006-253618 A

  Here, FIG. 2 is an example of a conventional forward power supply device. The basic operation will be described below. An input voltage is applied to the primary winding Np of the transformer T while the switch element Q1 is on. At the same time, a voltage multiplied by the turn ratio of Ns / Np is induced in the secondary winding Ns of the transformer T. This voltage is rectified by the diode D1, stores energy in the inductor Lo, smoothed by the capacitor Co, and supplied to the load. When the switch element Q1 is off, the energy accumulated in the inductor Lo is discharged by the diode D2, smoothed by the capacitor Co, and supplied to the load. At the same time, the transformer T is reset by the reset winding Nr of the transformer T and the diode D3.

The output current ripple ΔILo in this case is obtained by the following equation (1).

Here, VNs the switch element Q1, the secondary winding voltage of the transformer T of the period during which ON, Vo is the forward voltage of the output voltage, V F is the diode D1, L is the inductance value of the inductor Lo, Q1ton Is the time during which the switch element Q1 is on.

  In the switching power supply device of FIG. 2, the output ripple can be reduced by increasing the inductance value L of the inductor Lo of the output filter. However, in order to avoid magnetic saturation of the inductor Lo, it is necessary to increase the number of turns and enlarge the core cross-sectional area. This causes a problem that the inductor Lo increases in size and costs. In particular, the higher the output voltage Vo, the higher the inductance value is required for the inductor Lo, and this problem becomes more prominent.

  Accordingly, the present invention has been made in view of the above-described problems, and realizes a reduction in output ripple without increasing the size of the entire device, and enables a reduction in the cost and size of the entire device. The purpose is to provide.

  In order to solve the above problems, the present invention proposes the following matters.

  (1) The present invention is a transformer having a primary winding and a secondary winding, and includes a plurality of magnetic legs provided with a gap in a core constituting the transformer and a magnetic leg without a gap. A transformer is proposed in which the primary winding is wound around a magnetic leg provided.

  (2) The present invention proposes a transformer characterized in that the transformer of (1) is configured by winding the secondary winding around a magnetic leg provided with the gap of the core.

  (3) According to the present invention, for the transformer of (1) or (2), the ratio of the equivalent excitation inductance to the equivalent excitation inductance of the transformer is equivalent to the voltage of the equivalent winding during the period when the switch element is on. We have proposed a transformer characterized by matching the ratio with the voltage of the winding.

  (4) The present invention includes any one of the transformers (1) to (3), and connects a series circuit of a primary winding of the transformer and a first switch element to a DC power source. A switching power supply device is proposed in which a series circuit of a capacitor and a second switch element is connected between the next windings.

  (5) The present invention includes any one of the transformers (1) to (3), and connects a series circuit of the primary winding of the transformer and the first switch element to the output of the output voltage stabilizing circuit. A switching power supply device is proposed in which a series circuit of a capacitor and a second switch element is connected between the primary windings of the transformer.

  (6) The present invention includes the transformer according to any one of (1) to (3), connects a series circuit of an inductor and a first switch element to an output of the output voltage stabilization circuit, and the first switch A series circuit of a primary winding of the transformer and a first capacitor is connected to both ends of the element, and a series circuit of a second switch element and a second capacitor is connected to both ends of the first switch element. A switching power supply device characterized by the above is proposed.

  (7) The present invention proposes a switching power supply device characterized in that the secondary side of the switching power supply device according to any one of (4) to (6) is configured by a center tap rectifier circuit.

  (8) The present invention proposes a switching power supply device that uses a power factor correction circuit as the output voltage stabilization circuit for the switching power supply device of (5) or (6).

  In other words, the switching power supply device of the present invention is a switching power supply device in which a PFC unit that receives AC power and a DC / DC converter unit are combined in series, and the DC / DC converter unit has a core provided with four magnetic legs. A primary winding is wound around two inner magnetic legs of the core, a first secondary winding is wound around one inner magnetic leg, and the other inner magnetic leg is wound. Is connected to a series circuit of the transformer primary winding and the first switch element at the output of the PFC unit. A series circuit of a capacitor and a second switch element is connected between a connection point between the output and the transformer primary winding and a connection point between the transformer primary winding and the first switch element; Synchronous rectification MOSFET or diode on the secondary side of the transformer A control circuit that connects a rectifier circuit configured by a switch, connects a filter circuit to the rectifier circuit, detects an output voltage, and alternately turns on and off the first switch element and the second switch element Each of the two magnetic legs on the inner side of the core of the transformer is provided with a gap corresponding to the output voltage of the PFC unit.

  The output power stabilization unit receiving a direct current power source and a DC / DC converter unit are combined in series, and the DC / DC converter unit includes a core provided with four magnetic legs. A primary winding is wound around the inner two magnetic legs, a first secondary winding is wound around one of the inner magnetic legs, and a second is wound around the other inner magnetic leg. A transformer configured by winding a secondary winding of the output voltage stabilization unit, a series circuit of the transformer primary winding and the first switch element is connected to an output of the output voltage stabilization unit, and the output voltage stabilization unit A series circuit of a capacitor and a second switch element is connected between a connection point between the output of the transformer and the transformer primary winding and a connection point between the transformer primary winding and the first switch element; Consists of synchronous rectification MOSFET or diode on the secondary side of the transformer A control circuit for connecting the filter circuit to the rectifier circuit, connecting a filter circuit to the rectifier circuit, detecting the output voltage, and alternately controlling the first switch element and the second switch element on and off. Each of the two magnetic legs inside the core of the transformer is provided with a gap corresponding to the output voltage of the output voltage stabilizing unit.

According to the present invention, output ripple (when the primary side low-side switch element is turned on) can be greatly reduced without using an output inductor as compared with a conventional switching power supply device, and the output inductor and the transformer are integrated. As a result, the cost and size of the entire apparatus can be reduced by reducing the number of filter capacitors.

  In addition, in a DC / DC converter unit with a BHB type switching power supply device, the input current ripple can be reduced as compared with the forward type DC / DC converter unit. It is possible to reduce the output capacitor necessary for allowing the input current of the DC / DC converter unit to be reduced, and to further reduce the cost and size of the entire switching power supply device. There is.

FIG. 1 shows the best mode for carrying out the present invention.
<First Embodiment>

  The switching power supply according to the present embodiment includes a core having four magnetic legs as shown in FIG. 7 in a PFC unit that receives AC power and a DC / DC converter unit, and two inner cores of the core. The primary winding is wound around the magnetic leg of the first magnetic pole, the first secondary winding is wound around the inner magnetic leg of one side, and the second 2 is wound around the other magnetic leg of the inner side. A transformer configured by winding a secondary winding, and connecting a series circuit of the primary winding of the transformer and the first switch element to the output of the PFC unit, and the output of the PFC unit and the primary winding of the transformer A series circuit of a capacitor and a second switch element is connected between a connection point of the line and a connection point of the transformer primary winding and the first switch element.

  On the secondary side, the first rectifying element D1 or synchronous rectifying MOSFET and the first secondary winding Ns1 are connected in series, and in parallel with the series circuit, the second rectifying element D2 or synchronous A series circuit of the rectification MOSFET and the second secondary winding Ns2 is connected. Further, smoothing capacitors Co are provided at both ends of these series circuits.

Subsequently, an example of a transformer constituting the switching power supply apparatus according to the present embodiment is shown in FIG.
In the transformer T1 of this embodiment, four magnetic legs are provided in parallel on the bottom plate. The first secondary winding Ns1 is wound around one of the two magnetic legs provided on the inner side, and the second secondary winding Ns2 is wound around the other magnetic leg. Further, the primary winding Np is wound so as to cover the secondary windings Ns1 and Ns2 from the outside. Here, FIG. 8 shows an equivalent circuit diagram of the transformer T1 when the primary side is a forward active clamp or the BHB system and the secondary side is a center tap rectifier circuit.

  As shown in Equation 2, the ratio between the equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 and the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 of the transformer T1 is equivalent to the equivalent winding Np1 voltage VNp1 and the equivalent winding Np2 during the period when the first switch element is on. It is matched with the ratio with the voltage VNp2. At this time, the output voltage value of the PFC unit or the output voltage stabilizing unit is equal to the sum of the equivalent winding Np1 voltage value VNp1 and the equivalent winding Np2 voltage value VNp2.

  The equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg1 provided in the first middle leg L1 in FIG. Similarly, the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg2 provided in the second middle leg L2 in FIG.

The DC / DC converter unit of the switching power supply device configured as described above operates as follows.
The transformer T of the embodiment shown in FIG. 1 can be equivalently expressed as two transformers T1 and T2 shown in FIG.

  First, the first switch element Q1 is turned on at time T0 shown in FIG. 14, but the power factor correction circuit output voltage is applied to the transformer primary side leakage inductance. The first primary winding Np1 and the second primary winding Np2 are in a short-circuited state, and no power is supplied to the secondary side. This is a period in which the first rectifier diode D1 and the second rectifier diode D2 on the secondary side are both conductive.

  Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 14, at time T1, the primary side current reaches the primary conversion value of the secondary side output current, and the first primary winding Np1 and the second primary winding Np2 A power factor correction circuit output voltage is applied to both ends. All of the current flowing through both the first rectifier diode D1 and the second rectifier diode D2 on the secondary side is transferred to the first rectifier diode D1, charging the second magnetizing inductance Lp2 and the first current. Power supply from the primary winding Np1 to the secondary side starts.

  At time T2, the first switch element Q1 is turned off. At that time, the internal capacitor CQ1 of the first switch element Q1 is charged by the energy accumulated in the transformer primary side leakage inductance, and the internal capacitor CQ2 of the second switch element Q2 is discharged. At this time, power supply to the secondary side continues.

  At time T3, the parasitic diode DQ2 of the second switch element Q2 becomes conductive. The voltages of the first primary winding Np1 and the second primary winding Np2 become zero volts, respectively, and the commutation in which both the first rectifier diode D1 and the second rectifier diode D2 on the secondary side are conductive. It will be a period.

  At time T4, the second switch element Q2 is turned on. At this time, since the parasitic diode DQ2 is in a conductive state, the second switch element Q2 performs zero volt switching.

  At time T5, all of the current flowing through both the first rectifier diode D1 and the second rectifier diode D2 is transferred to the second rectifier diode D2, and clamps the primary side of the transformer. The energy accumulated in the exciting inductance Lp2 is released from the second primary winding Np2, and power supply to the secondary side is started.

  At time T6, the second switch element Q2 is turned off. The internal capacitor CQ2 of the second switch element Q2 is charged by the energy stored in the leakage inductance, and the internal capacitor CQ1 of the first switch element Q1 is discharged.

  At time T7, the internal capacitor CQ1 of the first switch element Q1 is sufficiently discharged, and the parasitic diode DQ1 of the first switch element Q1 starts to conduct. Since the parasitic diode DQ1 of the first switch element Q1 is in a conductive state when the next cycle starts, in the next new switching cycle, the first switch element Q1 performs zero volt switching.

  Therefore, the switching power supply according to the present embodiment can reduce the output ripple due to the operation as described above, and the transformer and the output inductor can be integrated. Cost reduction and downsizing can be achieved.

<Second Embodiment>
Next, a second embodiment will be described with reference to the diagram of FIG.
The switching power supply according to the present embodiment includes a core having four magnetic legs as shown in FIG. 7 in a PFC unit that receives AC power and a DC / DC converter unit, and two inner cores of the core. The primary winding is wound around the magnetic leg of the first, the first secondary winding is wound around the one of the inner magnetic legs, and the second secondary is wound around the other of the inner magnetic legs. A transformer configured by winding a winding is provided, and a series circuit of an inductor and a first switch element is connected to the output of the PFC unit, and the transformer primary winding and the first switch are connected to both ends of the first switch element. A series circuit with a first capacitor is connected, and a series circuit with a second switch element and a second capacitor is connected to both ends of the transformer primary winding.

  On the secondary side, the first rectifier element D1 or the synchronous rectifier MOSFET and the first secondary winding Ns1 are connected in series, and the second rectifier element D2 or the synchronous rectifier MOSFET and the first rectifier MOSFET are connected in parallel with the series circuit. A series circuit with two secondary windings Ns2 is connected. Smoothing capacitors Co are provided at both ends of these series circuits.

Subsequently, an example of a transformer constituting the switching power supply apparatus according to the present embodiment is shown in FIG.
In the transformer T1 of this embodiment, four magnetic legs are provided in parallel on the bottom plate. The first secondary winding Ns1 is wound around one of the two magnetic legs provided on the inner side, and the second secondary winding Ns2 is wound around the other magnetic leg. Further, the primary winding Np is wound so as to cover the secondary windings Ns1 and Ns2 from the outside. Here, FIG. 10 shows an equivalent circuit diagram of the transformer T1 when the primary side is a forward active clamp or BHB system and the secondary side is a center tap rectifier circuit.

  As shown in Equation 3, the ratio of the equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 and the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 of the transformer T1 is equal to the equivalent winding Np1 voltage VNp1 matched to the output voltage value of the PFC unit or the output voltage stabilization unit, The ratio is equivalent to the ratio to the equivalent winding Np2 voltage VNp2.

  The equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg1 provided in the first middle leg L1 in FIG. Similarly, the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg2 provided in the second middle leg L2 in FIG.

<Third Embodiment>
Next, a third embodiment will be described with reference to FIG.
The switching power supply according to this embodiment includes a PFC unit that receives AC power, and a DC / DC converter unit that includes a core provided with four magnetic legs as shown in FIG. A primary winding is wound around the leg, a first secondary winding is wound around one of the inner magnetic legs, and a second secondary winding is wound around the other inner magnetic leg. And a transformer formed by winding a tertiary winding around two magnetic legs provided on the inner side, and a series circuit of the transformer primary winding and the first switch element at the output of the PFC section And connecting a capacitor and a second switch element in series between a connection point between the output of the PFC section and the transformer primary winding and a connection point between the transformer primary winding and the first switch element. The circuit is connected.

  On the secondary side, the first rectifying element D1 or synchronous rectifying MOSFET and the first secondary winding Ns1 are connected in series, and the second rectifying element D2 or synchronous rectifying MOSFET is connected in parallel with the series circuit. And a series circuit of the second secondary winding Ns2. Furthermore, a series circuit of a tertiary winding Nr and a smoothing capacitor Co is provided at both ends of these series circuits.

Next, FIG. 11 shows an example of a transformer constituting the switching power supply device according to the present embodiment.
In the transformer T1 of this embodiment, four magnetic legs are provided in parallel on the bottom plate. The first secondary winding Ns1 is wound around one of the two magnetic legs provided on the inner side, and the second secondary winding Ns2 is wound around the other magnetic leg. Further, the primary winding Np is wound so as to cover the secondary windings Ns1 and Ns2 from the outside. Further, the tertiary winding Nr is wound so as to cover the secondary windings Ns1, Ns2 from the outside. An equivalent circuit diagram of the transformer T1 is shown in FIG.

  As shown in Equation 4, the ratio of the equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 and the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 of the transformer T1 is equal to the equivalent winding Np1 voltage VNp1 matched to the output voltage value of the PFC unit or the output voltage stabilization unit, The ratio is equivalent to the ratio to the equivalent winding Np2 voltage VNp2.

  The equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg1 provided in the first middle leg L1 in FIG. Similarly, the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg2 provided in the second middle leg L2 in FIG.

<Fourth Embodiment>
Next, a fourth embodiment will be described with reference to FIG.
The switching power supply according to the present embodiment includes a core having four magnetic legs as shown in FIG. 11 in a PFC unit that receives AC power and a DC / DC converter unit. The primary winding is wound around the magnetic leg of the first, the first secondary winding is wound around the one of the inner magnetic legs, and the second secondary is wound around the other of the inner magnetic legs. A transformer is formed by winding a winding and winding a tertiary winding around two magnetic legs provided on the inner side. A series circuit of an inductor and a first switch element is connected to the output of the PFC section. A series circuit of the transformer primary winding and the first capacitor is connected to both ends of the first switch element, and a second switch element and a second capacitor are connected to both ends of the transformer primary winding. A series circuit is connected.

  On the secondary side, the first rectifying element D1 or synchronous rectifying MOSFET and the first secondary winding Ns1 are connected in series, and the second rectifying element D2 or synchronous rectifying MOSFET is connected in parallel with the series circuit. And a series circuit of the second secondary winding Ns2 are connected. Furthermore, a series circuit of a tertiary winding Nr and a smoothing capacitor Co is provided at both ends of these series circuits.

Next, FIG. 11 shows an example of a transformer constituting the switching power supply device according to the present embodiment.
In the transformer T1 of this embodiment, four magnetic legs are provided in parallel on the bottom plate. The first secondary winding Ns1 is wound around one of the two magnetic legs provided on the inner side, and the second secondary winding Ns2 is wound around the other magnetic leg. Further, the primary winding Np is wound so as to cover the secondary windings Ns1 and Ns2 from the outside. Further, the tertiary winding Nr is wound so as to cover the secondary windings Ns1, Ns2 from the outside. An equivalent circuit diagram of the transformer T1 is shown in FIG.

  As shown in Equation 5, the ratio of the equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 and the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 of the transformer T1 is equal to the equivalent winding Np1 voltage VNp1 that matches the output voltage value of the PFC unit or the output voltage stabilization unit, The ratio is equivalent to the ratio to the equivalent winding Np2 voltage VNp2.

  The equivalent excitation inductance Lp1 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg1 provided in the first middle leg L1 in FIG. Similarly, the equivalent excitation inductance Lp2 value is obtained by changing the distance of the gap Lg2 provided in the second middle leg L2 in FIG.

  As mentioned above, although embodiment of this invention was described, this invention is not limited to embodiment mentioned above, A various deformation | transformation and application are possible within the range which does not deviate from the summary of this invention. For example, in the embodiments of the forward active clamp type switching power supply device and the BHB type switching power supply device according to the present invention, the diodes D1 and D2 are used as the secondary rectifier elements, but switching elements such as MOSFETs are used. It is also possible to employ a synchronous rectification method.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to integrate a transformer and an output inductor, which are more expensive than a conventional switching power supply device, and to reduce output ripple without increasing the size of the entire device. Can do.

1 is a circuit configuration diagram of a switching power supply device according to a first embodiment of the present invention. It is a circuit block diagram of the conventional forward type power supply device. It is a circuit block diagram of the conventional forward type power supply device with a power factor improvement circuit. It is a circuit block diagram of the switching power supply device in the 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is a circuit block diagram of the switching power supply device in the 3rd Embodiment of this invention. It is a circuit block diagram of the switching power supply device in the 4th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the Example of the trans | transformer in 1st and 2nd embodiment. FIG. 3 is an equivalent circuit diagram of the transformer in the first embodiment. It is a structural diagram of the core of the transformer in the first embodiment. It is an equivalent circuit diagram of the transformer in the second embodiment. It is sectional drawing of the Example of the trans | transformer in 3rd and 4th embodiment. It is the equivalent circuit schematic of the transformer in 3rd Embodiment. It is the equivalent circuit schematic of the transformer in 4th Embodiment. It is an operation | movement waveform diagram in 2nd Embodiment.

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  1.   A transformer having a primary winding and a secondary winding, having a plurality of magnetic legs with gaps in a core constituting the transformer and magnetic legs without gaps, around the magnetic legs having the gaps A transformer in which the primary winding is wound.
  2.   The transformer according to claim 1, wherein the secondary winding is wound around a magnetic leg provided with a gap of the core.
  3.   The ratio of the equivalent excitation inductance and the equivalent excitation inductance of the transformer is made to coincide with the ratio of the voltage of the equivalent winding and the voltage of the equivalent winding during the period when the switch element is on. The transformer according to claim 1 or claim 2.
  4.   A transformer according to any one of claims 1 to 3 is provided, a series circuit of a primary winding and a first switch element of the transformer is connected to a DC power source, and a capacitor is connected between the primary windings of the transformer. And a second switch element connected in series.
  5.   A transformer according to any one of claims 1 to 3 is provided, a series circuit of a primary winding of the transformer and a first switch element is connected to an output of an output voltage stabilization circuit, and the primary of the transformer A switching power supply comprising a series circuit of a capacitor and a second switch element connected between windings.
  6.   A transformer according to any one of claims 1 to 3 is provided, a series circuit of an inductor and a first switch element is connected to an output of an output voltage stabilization circuit, and the transformer is connected to both ends of the first switch element. A series circuit of a primary winding and a first capacitor is connected, and a series circuit of a second switch element and a second capacitor is connected to both ends of the first switch element. Switching power supply.
  7.   The switching power supply according to any one of claims 4 to 6, wherein the secondary side is constituted by a center tap rectifier circuit.
  8.   7. The switching power supply device according to claim 5, wherein a power factor correction circuit is used as the output voltage stabilization circuit.
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