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Research of an Efficient LED Lighting Driver Based on Boost-Buck Converter

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ABSTRACT

Boost-Buck converter is widely used in LED lighting drivers. In this paper, Boost-Buck main circuit related characteristics are firstly discussed, and then a new Boost-Buck high power efficient double loop control strategy is built by adopting error amplifier and integrator control method. It is demonstrated that the new system has many advantages such as high efficiency, fast response, strong anti-interference, good stability after analyses and simulations of its working dynamic characteristics.

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Xu, R. , Li, Y. , Zhong, L. and Liu, J. (2014) Research of an Efficient LED Lighting Driver Based on Boost-Buck Converter. Circuits and Systems, 5, 153-159. doi: 10.4236/cs.2014.56017.

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