- Input Voltage: 380 – 600 V DC
- Output Voltage: 280 – 450 V DC
- Power Max: 6.6 kW
- Peak Efficiency: 98%
Bidirectional CLLLC Resonant 6.6 kW Dual Active Bridge (DAB)
This reference design is available for download through our partner, Texas Instruments, with joint applications support from Wolfspeed. Learn more about the design at TI.com A partnership between Texas Instruments and Wolfspeed, this CLLLC resonant DAB with bidirectional power flow capability and soft switching characteristics is an ideal candidate for Hybrid Electric Vehicle/Electric Vehicle on-board chargers and energy storage applications. This design illustrates control of this power topology in closed voltage and closed current-loop mode.
- On-board charger
- Fast charging
- On-board DC/DC converter
- Design guide
- PCB layout
Documents, Tools & Support
- Block Diagram
- Technical & Sales Documents
- Tools & Support
Texas Instruments TMDSCNCD280049C
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