Development of high frequency generator for bipolar electrosurgical unit

 
 
 
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    Power Electronics is widely used in bioscience and medical instruments such as Electrosurgical Units, MRI and X-ray. An advance development in switch mode power supply leads to a new design topology of DC to DC convertor for Electrosurgical Systems. The new designed system has a capacity to produce high efficient output power with high resonance, this improves the performance of the surgery operation. This paper reports a Buck-Boost topology DC to DC (Flyback) converter with high power switching. The simulation results show an improved performance when compared to the existing system.

     


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    SMPS; DC to DC Converter; Electrosurgical Unit;

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Article ID: 13118
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.29.13118




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