5(b) shows the PWM voltage and the current data acquired from the oscilloscope at a 200 Hz PWM frequency and 50% duty cycle
Without the loss of generality, the data available to understand the duty cycle
include hydraulic actuator (cylinder or motor) position, pressures on each side (head side and rod side) and the pilot pressure signal generated from an user sending to a directional control valve.
04Hz frequency at an 80% duty cycle
(after the temperature cycles had had time to stabilize).
While most existing solutions for fixing the switching frequency have worked with varying the hysteresis window when the duty cycle
changes, the approach presented here fixes the hysteresis window and generates a compensating gain based on the variation in frequency.
3, during the current algorithm perturbation cycle/iteration, the power converter duty cycle
and load current are denoted by D(k) and I (k), respectively.
A count (ON period time) is loaded onto one of the General Purpose Registers (GPR) which is also the Duty Cycle
If engineers specify a 10 percent current balance with an inductor DC resistance of 1 m[ohm], then the controller must adjust the duty cycle
for a difference of 2.
Size is also a factor, again depending on the application and duty cycle
However, in this new era of SAN-based backup, automated tape libraries and the underlying tape drive technology are facing the challenge of dramatically higher duty cycles
and rigid uptime and availability requirements.
Motors equipped with the Diamond option come with a lifetime warranty based upon application duty cycle
An X-Band, 50 kW Peak Power, 7 Percent Duty Cycle
Solid-State Transmitter Using a PPM-Coupled Cavity TWT
The measurements include a spectral analysis of jitter components, along with a direct measure of duty cycle