ACTIVE-SEMI ACT366_12

ACT366
Rev 1, 14-Nov-12
High Performance ActivePSRTM Primary Switching Regulator
The ACT366 ActivePSRTM is optimized for high
performance, cost-sensitive applications, and
utilizes Active-Semi’s proprietary primary-side
feedback architecture to provide accurate constant
voltage, constant current (CV/CC) regulation
without the need of an opto-coupler or reference
device. Integrated line and primary inductance
compensation circuitry provides accurate constant
current operation despite wide variations in line
voltage and primary inductance. Integrated output
cord resistance compensation further enhances
output accuracy. The ACT366 achieves excellent
regulation and transient response, yet requires less
than 150mW of standby power.
FEATURES
• Patented Primary Side Regulation
Technology
• No Opto-Coupler
• Suitable Operation Frequency up to 85kHZ
• Best-in-Class Constant Voltage Accuracy
• Proprietary Fast Startup with Big Capacitive
Load
• Built-in Soft-Start Circuit
• Integrated Line and Primary Inductance
Compensation
The ACT366 is optimized for compact size 6W to
14W adapter applications. It is available in SOP8/EP (Exposed Pad) package.
• Integrated Programmable Output Cord
Resistance Compensation
• Line Under-Voltage, Output Over-Voltage,
Figure 1:
Output Short-Circuit and Over-Temperature
Protection
Simplified Application Circuit
• Complies with all Global Energy Efficiency
and CEC Average Efficiency Standards
• Dedicate Adapter Application from 6W to
14W
APPLICATIONS
• RCC Adapter Replacements
• Linear Adapter Replacements
• Standby and Auxiliary Supplies
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ACT366 belongs to the high performance
patented ActivePSRTM Family of Universal-input
AC/DC off-line controllers for adapter applications.
It is designed for flyback topology working in
discontinuous conduction mode (DCM). The
ACT366 meets all of the global energy efficiency
regulations (CEC, European Blue Angel, and US
Energy Star standards) while using very few
external components.
Table 1:
Output Power Table
PART
NUMBER
The ACT366 ensures safe operation with complete
protection against all fault conditions. Built-in
protection circuitry is provided for output shortcircuit, output over-voltage, line under-voltage, and
over temperature conditions.
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ACT366YH-T
(SOP-8/EP)
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85-265VAC
TYPICAL
APPLICATION
12V/1A
Po MAX
14W
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ORDERING INFORMATION
PART NUMBER
TEMPERATURE RANGE
PACKAGE
PINS
PACKING
METHOD
TOP MARK
ACT366YH-T
-40°C to 85°C
SOP-8/EP
8
TAPE & REEL
ACT366YH
PIN CONFIGURATION
SOP-8/EP
ACT366YH
PIN DESCRIPTIONS
PIN
NAME
1
SW
2,4,7
GND
8
BD
6
VDD
5
FB
Feedback Pin. Connect this pin to a resistor divider network from the auxiliary winding.
3
CS
Current Sense Pin. Connect an external resistor (RCS) between this pin and ground to set peak
current limit for the primary switch. The peak current limit is set by (0.396V × 0.9) / RCS. For more
detailed information, see Application Information.
EP
Exposed Pad shown as dashed box. The exposed thermal pad should be connected to board
ground plane and pin 4. The ground plane should include a large exposed copper pad under the
package for thermal dissipation (see package outline). The leads and exposed pad should be
flush with the board, without offset from the board surface.
EP
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Switch Drive. Switch node for the external NPN transistor. Connect this pin to the external power
NPN’s emitter. This pin also supplies current to VDD during startup.
Ground.
Base Drive. Base driver for the external NPN transistor.
Power Supply. This pin provides bias power for the IC during startup and steady state operation.
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGSc
PARAMETER
VALUE
UNIT
-0.3 to + 28
V
100
mA
-0.3 to + 6
V
Internally limited
A
Maximum Power Dissipation (derate 6.7mW/˚C above TA = 50˚C)
1.8
W
Junction to Ambient Thermal Resistance (θJA)
46
˚C/W
Operating Junction Temperature
-40 to 150
˚C
Storage Junction
-55 to 150
˚C
300
˚C
VDD, BD, SW to GND
Maximum Continuous VDD Current
FB, CS to GND
Continuous SW Current
Lead Temperature (Soldering, 10 sec)
c: Do not exceed these limits to prevent damage to the device. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for long periods may
affect device reliability.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
(VDD = 14V, VOUT = 5V, LP = 1.5mH, NP = 140, NS = 7, NA = 19, TA = 25°C, unless otherwise specified.)
PARAMETER
SYMBOL
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
Supply
VDD Turn-On Voltage
VDDON
VDD Rising from 0V
17.6
18.6
19.6
V
VDD Turn-Off Voltage
VDDOFF
VDD Falling after Turn-on
5.25
5.5
5.75
V
IDD
VDD = 14V, after Turn-on
1
2
mA
VDD = 14V, before Turn-on
25
45
µA
1
µA
Supply Current
Start Up Supply Current
IDDST
BD Current during Startup
IBDST
Internal Soft Startup Time
10
ms
Oscillator
Switching Frequency
Maximum Switching Frequency
fSW
100% VOUTCV @ full load
80
25% VOUTCV @ full load
40
kHz
FCLAMP
85
100
110
kHz
DMAX
65
75
85
%
Effective FB Voltage
VFB
2.176
2.200
2.224
V
FB Leakage Current
IFBLK
100
nA
Maximum Duty Cycle
Feedback
Output Cable Resistance
Compensation
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No RCORD between VDD and SW
0
RCORD = 300k
3
RCORD = 150k
6
RCORD = 75k
9
RCORD = 33k
12
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS CONT’D
(VDD = 14V, VOUT = 5V, LP = 1.5mH, NP = 140, NS = 7, NA = 19, TA = 25°C, unless otherwise specified.)
PARAMETER
SYMBOL
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
800
mA
412
mV
Current Limit
SW Current Limit Range
100
ILIM
CS Current Limit Threshold
VCSLIM
tOFF_DELAY = 0
Leading Edge Blanking Time
380
396
200
300
ns
Driver Outputs
Switch ON-Resistance
RON
SW Off Leakage Current
ISW = 50mA
1.6
VSW = VDD = 22V
3
Ω
5
µA
VDDON
+4
V
Protection
VDD Latch-Off Voltage
VDDON
+2
VDDOVP
VDDON
+3
Thermal Shutdown Temperature
135
˚C
Thermal Hysteresis
20
˚C
116
µA
Line UVLO
IFBUVLO
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
GND
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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
increases to ramp up the switch current to bring the
secondary output back to regulation. The output
regulation voltage is determined by the following
relationship:
As shown in the Functional Block Diagram, to
regulate the output voltage in CV (constant voltage)
mode, the ACT366 compares the feedback voltage
at FB pin to the internal reference and generates an
error signal to the pre-amplifier. The error signal,
after filtering out the switching transients and
compensated with the internal compensation
network, modulates the external NPN transistor
peak current at CS pin with current mode PFWM
(Pulse Frequency and Width Modulation) control.
To regulate the output current in CC (constant
current) mode, the oscillator frequency is modulated
by the output voltage.
VOUTCV = 2 . 20 V × ( 1 +
(1)
where RFB1 (R5) and RFB2 (R6) are top and bottom
feedback resistor, NS and NA are numbers of
transformer secondary and auxiliary turns, and VD
is the rectifier diode forward drop voltage at
approximately 0.1A bias.
SW is a driver output that drives the emitter of an
external high voltage NPN transistor. This baseemitter-drive method makes the drive circuit the
most efficient.
Standby (No Load) Mode
In no load standby mode, the ACT366 oscillator
frequency is further reduced to a minimum
frequency while the current pulse is reduced to a
minimum level to minimize standby power. The
actual minimum switching frequency is
programmable with an output preload resistor.
Fast Startup
VDD is the power supply terminal for the ACT366.
During startup, the ACT366 typically draws only
20μA supply current. The startup resistor from the
rectified high voltage DC rail supplies current to the
base of the NPN transistor. This results in an
amplified emitter current to VDD through the SW
pin via Active-Semi's proprietary fast-startup
circuitry until it exceeds the VDDON threshold 19V. At
this point, the ACT366 enters internal startup mode
with the peak current limit ramping up in 10ms.
After switching starts, the output voltage begins to
rise. The VDD bypass capacitor must supply the
ACT366 internal circuitry and the NPN base drive
until the output voltage is high enough to sustain
VDD through the auxiliary winding. The VDDOFF
threshold is 5.5V; therefore, the voltage on the VDD
capacitor must remain above 5.5V while the output
is charging up.
Loop Compensation
The ACT366 integrates loop compensation circuitry
for simplified application design, optimized transient
response, and minimal external components.
Output Cable Resistance Compensation
The ACT366 provides programmable output cable
resistance compensation during constant voltage
regulation, monotonically adding an output voltage
correction up to predetermined percentage at full
power. There are four levels to program the output
cable compensation by connecting a resistor (R10
in Figure 3) from the SW pin to VDD pin. The
percentage at full power is programmable to be 3%,
6%, 9% or 12%, and by using a resistor value of
300k, 150k, 75k or 33k respectively. If there is no
resistor connection, there is no cord compensation.
Constant Voltage (CV) Mode Operation
This feature allows for better output voltage
accuracy by compensating for the output voltage
droop due to the output cable resistance.
In constant voltage operation, the ACT366 captures
the auxiliary flyback signal at FB pin through a
resistor divider network R5 and R6 in Figure 6. The
signal at FB pin is pre-amplified against the internal
reference voltage, and the secondary side output
voltage is extracted based on Active-Semi's
proprietary filter architecture.
Constant Current (CC) Mode Operation
When the secondary output current reaches a level
set by the internal current limiting circuit, the
ACT366 enters current limit condition and causes
the secondary output voltage to drop. As the output
voltage decreases, so does the flyback voltage in a
proportional manner. An internal current shaping
circuitry adjusts the switching frequency based on
the flyback voltage so that the transferred power
remains proportional to the output voltage, resulting
This error signal is then amplified by the internal
error amplifier. When the secondary output voltage
is above regulation, the error amplifier output
voltage decreases to reduce the switch current.
When the secondary output voltage is below
regulation, the error amplifier output voltage
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in a constant secondary side output current profile.
The energy transferred to the output during each
switching cycle is ½(LP × ILIM2) × η, where LP is the
transformer primary inductance, ILIM is the primary
peak current, and η is the conversion efficiency.
From this formula, the constant output current can
be derived:
IOUTCC =
1
0 .396 V × 0 .9 2
η × fSW
) ×(
)
× LP × (
2
RCS
VOUTCV
die temperature. The typical over temperature
threshold is 135°C with 20°C hysteresis. When the
die temperature rises above this threshold the
ACT366 is disabled until the die temperature falls
by 20°C, at which point the ACT366 is re-enabled.
TYPICAL APPLICATION
Design Example
(2)
The design example below gives the procedure for
a DCM flyback converter using the ACT366. Refer
to Application Circuit in Figure 3, the design for a
adapter application starts with the following
specification:
where fSW is the switching frequency and VOUTCV is
the nominal secondary output voltage.
The constant current operation typically extends
down to lower than 40% of nominal output voltage
regulation.
Input Voltage Range
Primary Inductance Compensation
The ACT366 integrates a built-in proprietary
(patent-pending) primary inductance compensation
circuit to maintain constant current regulation
despite variations in transformer manufacturing.
The compensated range is ±7%.
Primary Inductor Current Limit Compensation
12W
Output Voltage, VOUTCV
12V
Full Load Current, IOUTFL
1A
OCP Current, IOUTMAX
1.2A
Transformer Efficiency, ηxfm
0.89
System Efficiency CC, ηsystem
0.78
System Efficiency CV, η
0.79
The operation for the circuit shown in Figure 3 is as
follows: the rectifier bridge D3 and the capacitor
C1/C2 convert the AC line voltage to DC. This
voltage supplies the primary winding of the
transformer T1 and the startup resistor R7. The
primary power current path is formed by the
transformer’s primary winding, the NPN transistor,
the ACT366 internal MOSFET and the current
sense resistor R9. The network consisting of
capacitor C4 and diode D6 provides a VDD supply
voltage for ACT366 from the auxiliary winding of the
transformer. C4 is the decoupling capacitor of the
supply voltage and energy storage component for
startup. The diode D8 and the capacitor C5/C6
rectifies and filters the output voltage. The resistor
divider consisting of R5 and R6 programs the
output voltage.
The ACT366 integrates a primary inductor peak
current limit compensation circuit to achieve
constant input power over line and load ranges.
Protection
The ACT366 incorporates multiple protection
functions including over-voltage, over-current and
over-temperature.
Output Short Circuit Protection
When the secondary side output is short circuited,
the ACT366 enters hiccup mode operation. In this
condition, the VDD voltage drops below the VDDOFF
threshold and the auxiliary supply voltage
collapses. This turns off the ACT366 and causes it
to restart. This hiccup behavior continues until the
short circuit is removed.
The minimum and maximum DC input voltages can
be calculated:
Output Over Voltage Protection
The ACT366 includes output over-voltage
protection circuitry, which shuts down the IC when
the output voltage is 40% above the normal
regulation voltage for 4 consecutive switching
cycles. The ACT366 enters hiccup mode when an
output over voltage fault is detected.
1
- tC )
2 fL
η × C IN
2 POUT (
V INDCMIN
=
Over Temperature Shutdown
2
2 V ACMIN
-
=
2 × 85
2
1
- 4 . 5 ms )
2 × 50
≈90 V
78 % × 15 × 10 μ F
2 × 12 (
-
VINDCMAX = 2 × VACMAX = 2 × 265 = 375V
The thermal shutdown circuitry detects the ACT366
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where η is the estimated circuit efficiency, fL is the
line frequency, tC is the estimated rectifier
conduction time, CIN is empirically selected to be
15µF + 10µF electrolytic capacitors based on the
2µF/W rule of thumb.
VINDCMAX× (VOUTCV +VDS ) 375× (12 + 0.5 )
=
= 68.9V
VDREV - VOUTCV
100× 0.8 -12
NA =
NA
× NS = 1.1 ×14 = 16
NS
(I
0.9×VCSLIM
)
OUTFL+IOUTMAX×(VOUT +VDS )
ηsystem
LP ×fSW ×
ηxfm
(12)
(13)
=
0.9×0.396
(1.0 +1.2) ×12.3
0.87×75×
= 0.5R
0.78
0.89
are
(14)
selected
16
0 .87
NA
L
× P ×K =
×
× 230000 ≈59 k
N P RCS
110
0 .5
R FB 1 =
(15)
In actual application 59K is selected.
Where K is IC constant and K = 230000.
R FB
=
2
V FB
=
( V OUTCV
+ V DS )
NA
- V FB
NS
R FB 1
(16)
2 . 20
× 59 K ≈11 k
( 12 + 0 . 45 ) × 1 . 1 - 2 . 20
When selecting the output capacitor, a low ESR
electrolytic capacitor is recommended to minimize
ripple from the current ripple. The approximate
equation for the output capacitance value is given by:
(7)
The primary inductance of the transformer:
V INDCMIN × D
90 × 50 %
=
≈0 . 87 mH
I PK × fSW
683 mA × 75 kHz
NS
1
× N P = × 110 ≈14
NP
7
The voltage feedback resistors
according to below equation:
(5)
The maximum input primary peak current at full
load base on duty of 50%:
LP =
NS =
RCS =
The maximum duty cycle is set to be 50% at low
line voltage 85VAC and the circuit efficiency is
estimated to be 78%. Then the full load input
current is:
V
× IOUTPL
12 × 1
(6)
I IN = OUTCV
=
= 170 . 9 mA
VINDCMIN × η
90 × 78 %
IPK
(11)
= 110
2
The current sense resistance (RCS) determines the
current limit value based on the following equation:
where VDS is the Schottky diode forward voltage,
VDREV is the maximum reverse voltage rating of the
diode and VOUTCV is the output voltage.
2 × IIN 2 × 170 .9
=
=
= 683 mA
D
50 %
0 . 87 mH
80 nH / T
The number of turns of secondary and auxiliary
windings can be derived when Np/Ns=7:
When the transistor is turned off, the voltage on the
transistor’s collector consists of the input voltage
and the reflected voltage from the transformer’s
secondary winding. There is a ringing on the rising
top edge of the flyback voltage due to the leakage
inductance of the transformer. This ringing is
clamped by a RCD network if it is used. Design this
clamped voltage as 50V below the breakdown of
the NPN transistor. The flyback voltage has to be
considered with selection of the maximum reverse
voltage rating of secondary rectifier diode. If a 100V
Schottky diode is used, then the flyback voltage can
be calculated:
VRO =
LP
=
A LE
NP =
(8)
COUT =
IOUTCC × D
1 .2 × 0 .5
=
= 200 μ F
fSW ×△VRIPPLE
60 kHz × 50 mV
(17)
ACT366 needs to work in DCM in all conditions,
thus NP/NS should meet
A 600µF electrolytic capacitor is used to keep the
ripple small.
LP × IPK
+
VINDCMIN
PCB Layout Guideline
LP × IPK
(VOUTCV
N
+ VDS ) × P
NS
<
0 .9 N P
⇒
>8
fSW
NS
(9)
Good PCB layout is critical to have optimal
performance. Decoupling capacitor (C4), current
sense resistor (R9) and feedback resistor (R5/R6)
should be placed close to VDD, CS and FB pins
respectively. There are two main power path loops.
One is formed by C1/C2, primary winding, NPN
transistor and the ACT366. The other is the
secondary winding, rectifier D8 and output
capacitors (C5,C6). Keep these loop areas as small
as possible. Connect high current ground returns,
The auxiliary to secondary turns ratio NA/NS:
NA
VDD + VDA + VR
13 + 0 . 25 + 1
=
=
≈1 .1
N S VOUTCV + VDS + VCORD 12 + 0 . 3 + 0 . 35
(10)
Where VDA is diode forward voltage of the auxiliary
side and VR is the resister voltage.
An EPC17 transformer gapped core with an
effective inductance ALE of 80nH/T2 is selected.
The number of turns of the primary winding is:
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the input capacitor ground lead, and the ACT366 G
pin to a single point (star ground configuration).
VFB Sampling Waveforms
ACT366 senses the output voltage information
through the VFB waveforms. Proper VFB waveforms
are required for IC to operate in a stable status. To
avoid mis-sampling, 1.0µs blanking time is added to
blank the ringing period due to the leakage
inductance and the circuit parasitic capacitance.
Figure 2 is the recommended VFB waveform to
guarantee the correct sampling point so that the
output information can be sent back into the IC to
do the appropriate control.
Figure 2:
1.0µs
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Figure 3:
Universal VAC Input, 12V/1A Output Adapter
Table 2:
ACT366 Bill of Materials
ITEM
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
Capacitor, Electrolytic, 10µF/400V, 10×12mm
Capacitor, Electrolytic, 15µF/400V, 10×12mm
Capacitor, Ceramic,1000pF/500V,1206,SMD
Capacitor, Electrolytic, 10µF/35V,1206,SMD
Capacitor, Electrolytic, 470µF/16V, 8 ×12mm
Capacitor, Electrolytic, 470µF/16V, 8 ×12mm
Capacitor, Ceramic,1000pF/50V,0805,SMD
Safety Y1,Capacitor,1000pF/400V,Dip
Diode,Rectifier,1000V/1A,1N4007, DO-41
Diode, Ultra Fast, FR107, 1000V/1.0A,DO-41
Diode, Schottky, 100V/5A, SB5100, DO-210AD
Common choke mode, UU9.8,20mH, DIP
Transistor, NPN, 700V,1.5A, D13003,TO-220
Fuse:1A 250V 3.6*10mm With Pigtail, ceramic tube
Chip Resistor, 22Ω, 0805, 5%
Chip Resistor, 200k,1206, 5%
Chip Resistor, 390Ω,1206, 5%
Chip Resistor, 10Ω, 0805, 5%
Chip Resistor, 59k,0805, 1%
Chip Resistor,11k,0805, 1%
Chip Resistor, 10mΩ, 1206, 5%
Chip Resistor, 0.5Ω,1206, 1%
Chip Resistor, 330k,0805, 5%
Chip Resistor, 5k, 0805, 5%
Chip Resistor, 2.2K, 0805, 5%
Chip Resistor, 10Ω, 0805, 5%
Transformer, LP = 0.9mH±7%, EPC17
IC, ACT366YH-T, SOP-8/EP
1
C1
2
C2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
C3
C4
C5
C6
C9
CY1
D1-D4
D5, D6
D8
L1
Q1
F1
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R9
R10
R11
R12,R14
R13
T1
U1
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TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS CONT’D
(Circuit of Figure 6, unless otherwise specified.)
Start Up Supply Current vs. Temperature
VDD ON/OFF Voltage vs. Temperature
VDDON
16.5
26
24
14.5
IDDST (µA)
VDDON and VDDOFF (V)
18.5
ACT366-008
28
ACT366-007
20.5
12.5
10.5
22
20
18
8.5
VDDOFF
6.5
16
4.5
14
0
25
50
75
0
Temperature (°C)
50
75
Normalized ILIM vs. Temperature
FB Voltage vs. Temperature
1.01
Normalized ILIM (mA)
2.20
ACT366-010
1.02
ACT366-009
2.25
VFB (V)
25
Temperature (°C)
2.15
2.10
2.05
1.00
0.99
0.98
0.97
0.96
2.00
0.95
0
25
50
75
0
Temperature (°C)
25
50
75
Temperature (°C)
Internal MOSFET RON vs. Temperature
ACT366-012
2.4
2.0
RON (Ω)
1.6
1.2
0.8
0.4
0.0
0
25
50
75
Temperature (°C)
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PACKAGE OUTLINE
SOP-8/EP PACKAGE OUTLINE AND DIMENSIONS
SYMBOL
DIMENSION IN
MILLIMETERS
DIMENSION IN
INCHES
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
A
1.350
1.700
0.053
0.067
A1
0.000
0.100
0.000
0.004
A2
1.350
1.550
0.053
0.061
B
0.330
0.510
0.013
0.020
C
0.190
0.250
0.007
0.010
D
4.700
5.100
0.185
0.201
D1
3.202
3.402
0.126
0.134
E
3.800
4.000
0.150
0.157
E1
5.800
6.300
0.228
0.248
E2
2.313
2.513
0.091
0.099
e
1.270 TYP
0.050 TYP
L
0.400
1.270
0.016
0.050
θ
0°
8°
0°
8°
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