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High-Voltage Gain Boost Converter Based on Three-State Commutation Cell for Battery Charging Using PV Panels in a Single Conversion Stage (2014)
This paper presents a novel high-voltage gain boost converter topology based on the three-state commutation cell for battery charging using PV panels and a reduced number of conversion stages. The presented converter operates in zero-voltage switching (ZVS) mode for all switches. By using the new concept of single-stage approaches, the converter can generate a dc bus with a battery bank or a photovoltaic panel array, allowing the simultaneous charge of the batteries according to the radiation level. The operation principle, design specifications, and experimental results from a 500-W prototype are presented in order to validate the proposed structure.
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