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Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494Hello everyone I hope you all will be absolutely fine and having fun. Today, I am going to share my knowledge on Introduction to TL494. It supports all of the functions that are necessary for the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) control circuits. Power supply control is the basic purpose of TL494 device. Its has an output control circuit, a flipflop, dead time comparator, two different error amplifiers, 5V reference voltage, oscillator and a PWM comparator. TL 494 operates properly between the frequency of 1kHz to 300kHz.

The Dead Time Comparator (DTC) provides around 5% of dead time. Both of he error amplifiers displays a common mode voltage from -0.3V to (Vcc-2)V. If we provide sawtooth wave at CT terminal and terminate RT to the reference output (Vref), oscillator will be bypassed. Internal circuit of TL 494 resists the double pulse at the output. TL494 has a wide range of applications e.g. microwave ovens, PC’s, washing machines, Solar power inverters, solar micro inverters, smoke detectors etc. Further detail about this device will be given later in this tutorial.

Introduction to TL494

TL 494 is a chip that deals with all of the functions required for Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) control circuits. It consists of two error amplifiers, oscillator, flipflop, 5V reference voltage, dead time comparator, PWM comparator etc. The range of the operating frequency for this device is from 1kHz to 300kHz. TL 494 can be used in washing machines, microwave ovens, solar power inverters, solar micro inverters, smoke detectors etc.

1. TL494 Pinout
  • TL494 has 16 pins in total, all of pins are provided along with their names in the table shown below:
    1. Pin # 1: Non Inverting Input.
    2. Pin # 2: Inverting Input.
    3. Pin # 3: Feedback.
    4. Pin # 4: Dead Time Control.
    5. Pin # 5: CT.
    6. Pin # 6: RT.
    7. Pin # 7: Ground (GND).
    8. Pin # 8: C1.
    9. Pin # 9: E1.
    10. Pin # 10: E2.
    11. Pin # 11: C2.
    12. Pin # 12: Voltage (Vcc).
    13. Pin # 13: Output Control.
    14. Pin # 14: Reference Voltage.
    15. Pin # 15: Inverting Input.
    16. Pin # 16: Non Inverting Input.Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494
2. TL494 Pin Configuration
  • The properly labeled diagram for the TL 494 pins are shown in the figure below.

Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494

3. TL494 Packages
  • There are several different packages of TL 494, a few of which are given below.

Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494

4. TL494 Ratings
  • The current and power ratings of TL494 are provided in the table shown below.

Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494

5. TL494 Features
  • The features associated with the device TL494 are provided in the table shown below.

Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494

6. TL494 Internal Block Diagram
  • The internal block diagram of TL 494 is shown in the figure given below.

Introduction to TL494, getting started with TL494, how to use TL494, how to get start with TL494, TL494 protues simulation, TL494 Proteus, Proteus TL494

7. TL494 Functional Block Diagram
  • The functional block diagram of TL 494 is shown in the figure below.

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8. TL494 Applications

TL 494 has a wide range of applications, a few which are given below.

  • AC/DC Power supply.
  • E-Bikes.
  • Server PSUs.
  • Dual controller.
  • Personal Computers.
  • Smoke detectors.
  • Washing machines.
  • Solar power invertor.
  • Microwave Ovens.
  • There are the few applications associated with TL 494.
Note:

  • I will upload its Proteus Simulation soon in this tutorial.

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1 Comment

  1. I have made a tl494 based pwm controller. And connected it to a pair of igbts to run a 180 volt treadmill dc motor. Working well, but a low noise (high frequency) tone is being heard which reduces with increase in motor speed via variable control.
    All is well, except the noise.
    Would you please help me sort out the issue.
    Thanks and with Regards,

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