What are the main differences between LinkSwitch-HP and InnoSwitch ?
They both use FluxLink to remove the optocoupler. What I undesrtand is that LinkSwitch implements a PWM regulation where the duty cycle can be varied continuously, while in InnoSwitch it is done in a different way. These devices send PWM bursts by skipping cycles rather then modulating the duty cycle of a continuous PWM wave. I am not sure whether I understood it corrently.
What are the main differences in terms of performance ? For example, I would expect that the output voltage ripple is higher for InnoSwitch devices if the output capacitor stays the same. What about the transient response of the two ? What are the main advantages and disadvantages of the PWM skip mode used in the InnoSwitch compared to variable duty PWM mode ?
It would be nice if you could give some advices to people having to make a choice between the flyback products. Perhaps a product family is more targeted a certain performance class and cost.