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Three-Level Zeta Converter using a Coupled Inductor
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 Title & Authors
Three-Level Zeta Converter using a Coupled Inductor
Lee, Seung-Jae; Yang, Min-Kwon; Heo, Jun; Choi, Woo-Young;
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 Abstract
Conventional two-level Zeta converters have drawbacks, such as high voltage stresses and high current ripples. To address these problems, a three-level Zeta converter that uses a couple inductor is proposed in this study. The proposed converter utilizes the three-level power switching circuit to reduce the voltage stresses and inductor current ripples. Compared with the conventional converter, the proposed converter can improve power efficiency and power density. A 500 W prototype circuit is used to verify the operation and performance of the proposed converter via experimental results.
 Keywords
Three-level;Zeta converter;Coupled inductor;Two-level;
 Language
Korean
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