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Analysis, design and performance evaluation of an LED driver with unity power factor and constant-current primary sensing regulation

Industrial & Power Conversion Division Application Laboratory—STMicroelectronics s.r.l.—via C. Olivetti 2—20864 Agrate Brianza (MB)—Italy

Special Issues: Power Quality in LED Lighting System Design

This work focuses on an isolated offline driver to power LED lamps, realized with a high-power-factor quasi-resonant (Hi-PF QR) flyback converter with peak current mode control and employing constant-current primary-sensing regulation (CC-PSR). The converter is controlled with a recently introduced control technique that enables this kind of converter to ideally draw a sinusoidal current from the input source and, at the same time, to accurately regulate the dc output current using only quantities available on the primary side. The resulting absence of an optocoupler or other means crossing the isolation barrier to close a feedback loop not only reduces size and cost of the driver but also brings greater safety and reliability. The analysis addresses those factors inherent in the control method that affect the shape of the input current that have not been covered in the existing literature. The aim is to set up some design guidelines to minimize the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) of the input current. The experimental work shows that using this technique enables the design of an LED driver for wide range mains (90 to 264 Vac) that achieves output current regulation better than ±2%, power factor close to unity and THD of the input current <10% over the input voltage range and over a 2:1 range of the output voltage.
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