VT 048 A 320 T 009 FP VTM® Current Multiplier

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VTM® Current Multiplier
VT048A320T009FP
S
C
NRTL
US
Voltage Transformation Module
Features
• 100°C baseplate operation
• ZVS / ZCS isolated sine amplitude converter
• 48 V to 32 V Converter
• Typical efficiency 96%
• 9.4 A (14.1 A for 1 ms)
• <1 µs transient response
• High density – up to 390 W/in3
• Isolated output
Size:
1.91 x 1.09 x 0.37 in
48,6 x 27,7 x 9,5 mm
• Small footprint – 1.64 and 2.08 in2
• No output filtering required
• Height above board – 0.37 in (9.5 mm)
• Lead free wave solder compatible
Applications
• Low weight – 1.10 oz (31.3 g)
• Agency approvals
• Solid state lighting
• Stadium displays
Product Overview
• Industrial controls
The thermally enhanced VI Brick® VTM current multiplier excels at speed, density and
• Avionics
efficiency to meet the demands of advanced power applications. Combined with the
• Underseas
VI Brick PRM® regulator they create a DC-DC converter with flexibility to provide isolation
• RF Amplifiers
and regulation where needed. The PRM can be located with the VTM at the point of load
• Microprocessor and DSP
requiring fast response
or remotely in the back plane or on a daughter card.
Part Numbering
VT
048
A
320
T
Voltage
Transformation
Module
Input
Voltage
Designator
Package
Size
Output
Voltage
Designator
(=VOUT x10)
009
T=
M=
P
Baseplate
Pin Style
Output
Current
Designator
(=IOUT)
Product Grade Temperatures (°C)
Grade
F
Operating
Storage
-40 to +100 -40 to +125
-55 to +100 -65 to +125
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F = Slotted flange
T = Transverse heat sink[a]
[a] Contact
factory
P = Through hole
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SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical characteristics apply over the full operating range of input voltage, output load (resistive) and baseplate temperature,
unless otherwise specified. All temperatures refer to the operating temperature at the center of the baseplate.
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
+In to -In
+In to -In
PC to -In
VC to -In
+Out to -Out
Isolation voltage
Output current
Peak output current
Output power
Peak output power
Values
-1.0 to 60
100
-0.3 to 7.0
-0.3 to 19.0
-0.5 to 48
2,250
9.4
14.1
337
505
-40 to +100
-55 to +100
-40 to +125
-65 to +125
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Unit
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
A
A
W
W
Notes
For 100 ms
Input to output
Continuous
For 1 ms
Continuous
For 1 ms
°C
°C
T-Grade; baseplate
M-Grade; baseplate
°C
°C
T-Grade
M-Grade
Note: Stresses in excess of the maximum ratings can cause permanent damage to the device. Operation of the device is not implied at these or any other conditions
in excess of those given in the specification. Exposure to absolute maximum ratings can adversely affect device reliability.
Input Specifications
Parameter
Input voltage range
(Conditions are at 48 Vin, full load, and 25°C ambient unless otherwise specified)
Min
Typ
Max
26
48
Input dV/dt
Input overvoltage turn-on
Unit
Notes
55
Vdc
Max VIN = 53 V, operating from -55°C to -40°C
1
V/µs
59.2
Vdc
55.0
Vdc
Input overvoltage turn-off
Input current
6.8
Input reflected ripple current
310
No load power dissipation
3.9
Internal input capacitance
1.9
Internal input inductance
Adc
mA p-p
5.2
W
µF
5
nH
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SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.)
Output Specifications
Parameter
Output voltage
Rated DC current
(Conditions are at 48 Vin, full load, and 25°C ambient unless otherwise specified)
Min
Max
Unit
Note
17.3
Typ
36.7
Vdc
No load
16.4
35.8
Vdc
Full load
0
9.4
Adc
26 - 50 VIN
14.1
A
Peak repetitive current
Max pulse width 1ms, max duty cycle 10%,
baseline power 50%
Short circuit protection set point
9.6
Current share accuracy
Adc
5
10
Module will shut down
%
See Parallel Operation on Page 7
%
See Figure 3
See Figure 3
Efficiency
Half load
95.2
96.5
Full load
95.0
96.2
%
1.1
nH
Internal output inductance
Internal output capacitance
Output overvoltage setpoint
12
µF
36.7
Effective value
Vdc
Module will shut down
Output ripple voltage
No external bypass
175
4.7 µF bypass capacitor
Effective switching frequency
335
14
2.4
2.8
3.2
0.6600
2/3
0.6733
79
98
mVp-p
See Figures 2 and 5
mVp-p
See Figure 6
MHz
Fixed, 1.4 MHz per phase
Line regulation
K
VOUT = K•VIN at no load
Load regulation
ROUT
mΩ
See Figure 13
mV
9.4 A load step with 100 µF CIN; See Figures 7 and 8
Transient response
Voltage overshoot
540
Response time
200
ns
See Figures 7 and 8
Recovery time
1
µs
See Figures 7 and 8
WAVEFORMS
Ripple vs. Output Current
Output Ripple (mVp-p)
180
150
120
90
60
30
0.00 0.94 1.88 2.81 3.75 4.69 5.63 6.56 7.50 8.44 9.38
Output Current (A)
Figure 1 — Input reflected ripple current at full load and 48 Vf.
Figure 2 — Output voltage ripple vs. output current at 48 Vf with no POL
bypass capacitance.
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SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.)
WAVEFORMS
Efficiency vs. Output Current
Power Dissipation
12
Power Dissipation (W)
98
Efficiency (%)
96
94
92
90
88
0.00 0.94 1.87 2.81 3.75 4.69 5.62 6.56 7.50 8.43 9.37
10
8
6
4
2
0.00 0.94 1.87 2.81 3.75 4.69 5.62 6.56 7.50 8.43 9.37
Output Current (A)
Output Current (A)
Figure 3 — Efficiency vs. output current.
Figure 4 — Power dissipation vs. output current.
Figure 5 — Output voltage ripple at full load and 48 Vf with no POL bypass
Figure 6 — Output voltage ripple at full load and 48 Vf with 4.7 µF ceramic
capacitance.
POL bypass capacitance and 20 nH distribution inductance.
Figure 7 — 0-9.4 A load step with 100 µF input capacitance and no output
Figure 8 — 9.4-0 A load step with 100 µF input capacitance and no output
capacitance.
capacitance.
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SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.)
General Specifications
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Notes
Mhrs
25°C, GB
MTBF
MIL-HDBK-217F
3.5
Isolation specifications
Voltage
2,250
Capacitance
3,000
Resistance
10
Agency approvals
Vdc
Input to output
pF
Input to output
MΩ
Input to output
cTÜVus
UL /CSA 60950-1, EN 60950-1
CE Mark
Low voltage directive
RoHS
Mechanical
See Mechanical Drawings, Figures 15, 16
Weight
1.10/31.3
oz /g
Length
1.91/48,6
in / mm
Baseplate model
Width
1.09/27,7
in / mm
Baseplate model
Height
0.37/9,5
in / mm
Baseplate model
Dimensions
Thermal
Over temperature shutdown
125
130
135
°C
Thermal capacity
23.8
Ws /°C
Baseplate-to-ambient
7.7
°C / W
Baseplate-to-ambient; 1000 LFM
2.9
°C / W
Baseplate-to-sink; flat, greased surface
0.40
°C / W
Baseplate-to-sink; thermal pad
0.36
°C / W
Junction temperature
Auxiliary Pins
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
DC voltage
4.8
5.0
5.2
Vdc
Module disable voltage
2.4
2.5
Notes
Primary Control (PC)
Module enable voltage
Current limit
2.4
Disable delay time
Vdc
2.5
2.6
Vdc
VC voltage must be applied when module is
enabled using PC
2.5
2.9
mA
Source only
µs
PC low to Vout low
50
VTM Control (VC)
External boost voltage
12
External boost duration
14
19
10
Vdc
Required for VTM start up without PRM®
ms
Vin > 26 Vdc. VC must be applied continuously
if Vin < 26 Vdc.
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PIN / CONTROL FUNCTIONS
+In / -In DC Voltage Ports
The VTM input should not exceed the maximum specified. Be aware of this
limit in applications where the VTM is being driven above its nominal output voltage. If less than 26 Vdc is present at the +In and -In ports, a continuous VC voltage must be applied for the VTM to process power. Otherwise
VC voltage need only be applied for 10 ms after the voltage at the +In and
-In ports has reached or exceeded 26 Vdc. If the input voltage exceeds the
overvoltage turn-off, the VTM will shutdown. The VTM does not have
internal input reverse polarity protection. Adding a properly sized diode in
series with the positive input or a fused reverse-shunt diode will provide
reverse polarity protection.
TM – For Factory Use Only
VC – VTM Control
The VC port is multiplexed. It receives the initial VCC voltage from an
upstream PRM®, synchronizing the output rise of the VTM with the output
rise of the PRM. Additionally, the VC port provides feedback to the PRM to
compensate for the VTM output resistance. In typical applications using
VTMs powered from PRMs, the PRM’s VC port should be connected to the
VTM VC port.
Figure 9 — VI Brick VTM pin configuration (viewed from pin side)
In applications where a VTM is being used without a PRM, 14 V must be
supplied to the VC port for as long as the input voltage is below 26 V and
for 10 ms after the input voltage has reached or exceeded 26 V. The VTM is
not designed for extended operation below 26 V. The VC port should only be
used to provide VCC voltage to the VTM during startup.
PC – Primary Control
The Primary Control (PC) port is a multifunction port for controlling the
VTM as follows:
Disable – If PC is left floating, the VTM output is enabled. To
disable the output, the PC port must be pulled lower than 2.4 V,
referenced to -In. Optocouplers, open collector transistors or relays
can be used to control the PC port. Once disabled, 14 V must be
re-applied to the VC port to restart the VTM.
Primary Auxiliary Supply – The PC port can source up to 2.4 mA
at 5 Vdc.
+Out / -Out DC Voltage Output Ports
The output and output return are through two sets of contact locations.
The respective +Out and –Out groups must be connected in parallel with
as low an interconnect resistance as possible. Within the specified input
voltage range, the Level 1 DC behavioral model shown in Figure 13 defines
the output voltage of the VTM. The current source capability of the VTM is
shown in the specification table.
To take full advantage of the VTM, the user should note the low output
impedance of the device. The low output impedance provides fast transient response without the need for bulk POL capacitance. Limited-life
electrolytic capacitors required with conventional converters can be
reduced or even eliminated, saving cost and valuable board real estate.
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APPLICATION NOTES & TEST CIRCUIT
Parallel Operation
In applications requiring higher current or redundancy, VTMs can be
operated in parallel without adding control circuitry or signal lines. To
maximize current sharing accuracy, it is imperative that the source and
load impedance on each VTM in a parallel array be equal. If VTMs are
being fed by an upstream PRM®, the VC nodes of all VTMs must be connected to the PRM VC.
To achieve matched impedances, dedicated power planes within the PC
board should be used for the output and output return paths to the
array of paralleled VTMs. This technique is preferable to using traces of
varying size and length.
The VTM power train and control architecture allow bi-directional power
transfer when the VTM is operating within its specified ranges. Bi-directional power processing improves transient response in the event of an
output load dump. The VTM may operate in reverse, returning output
power back to the input source. It does so efficiently.
Anomalies in the response of the source will appear at the output of the
VTM, multiplied by its K factor of 2/3 . The DC resistance of the source
should be kept as low as possible to minimize voltage deviations on the
input to the VTM. If the VTM is going to be operating close to the high
limit of its input range, make sure input voltage deviations will not trigger the input overvoltage turn-off threshold.
Input Fuse Recommendations
VI Bricks are not internally fused in order to provide flexibility in configuring power systems. However, input line fusing of VI Bricks must always
be incorporated within the power system. A fast acting fuse is required
to meet safety agency Conditions of Acceptability. The input line fuse
should be placed in series with the +In port. For agency approvals and
fusing conditions, click on the link below:
http://www.vicorpower.com/technical_library/technical_documentation/quality_
and_certification/safety_approvals/
Input Impedance Recommendations
To take full advantage of the VTM’s capabilities, the impedance of the
source (input source plus the PC board impedance) must be low over a
range from DC to 5 MHz. The input of the VTM (factorized bus) should
be locally bypassed with a 8 µF low Q aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
Additional input capacitance may be added to improve transient
performance or compensate for high source impedance. The VTM has
extremely wide bandwidth so the source response to transients is usually
the limiting factor in overall output response of the VTM.
Application Notes
For VTM and VI Brick application notes on soldering, board layout, and
system design please click on the link below:
http://www.vicorpower.com/technical_library/application_information/
Applications Assistance
Please contact Vicor Applications Engineering for assistance,
1-800-927-9474, or email at [email protected]
Input reflected ripple
measurement point
10 A[a]
Fuse
F1
C1
47 µF
Al electrolytic
+IN
C2
0.47 μF
ceramic
14 V +
–
TM
VC
PC
-OUT
R3
10 mΩ
+OUT
C3
4.7 µF
VTM
-IN
Notes:
1. C3 should be placed close to the load
2. R3 may be ESR of C3 or a separate damping resistor.
[a]
+
+OUT
See Input Fuse Recommendations section
Figure 10 — VI Brick® VTM test circuit
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APPLICATION NOTES (CONT.)
In figures below;
K = VTM transformation ratio
RO = VTM output resistance
Vf = PRM® output (Factorized Bus Voltage)
VO = VTM output
VL = Desired load voltage
FPA ADAPTIVE LOOP
Vo = VL ± 1.0%
VC
PC
TM
IL
NC
PR
PRM-AL
+IN
VH
SC
SG
OS
NC
CD
ROS
RCD
+IN
Factorized
Bus (Vf)
TM
VC
PC
+OUT
Vin
-OUT
-IN
VL (Io•Ro)
Vf =
+
K
K
+OUT
L
O
A
D
-OUT
VTM
+OUT
-OUT
-IN
Figure 11 — The PRM controls the factorized bus voltage, Vf, in proportion to output current to compensate for the output resistance, Ro, of the VTM. The VTM
output voltage is typically within 1% of the desired load voltage (VL) over all line and load conditions.
FPA NON-ISOLATED REMOTE LOOP
Remote
Loop
Control
VC
PC
TM
IL
NC
PR
+IN
Vin
-IN
PRM-AL
VH
SC
SG
OS
NC
CD
Factorized
Power Bus
+OUT
Vf = f (Vs)
-OUT
+IN
Vo = VL ± 0.4%
+OUT
+S
TM
VC
PC
-OUT
VTM
-IN
+OUT
-OUT
–S
L
O
A
D
Figure 12 — An external error amplifier or Point-of-Load IC (POLIC) senses the load voltage and controls the PRM output – the Factorized Bus – as a function of
output current, compensating for the output resistance of the VTM and for distribution resistance.
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BEHAVIORAL MODELS
VI Brick® VTM LEVEL 1 DC BEHAVIORAL MODEL FOR 48 V TO 32 V, 9.4 A
ROUT
IOUT
+
+
79 mΩ
2/3 • Iout
VIN
IQ
81 mA
+
–
V•I
K
+
2/3 • Vin
VOUT
–
–
–
©
Figure 13 — This model characterizes the DC operation of the VI BRICK VTM, including the converter transfer function and its losses. The model enables estimates
or simulations of output voltage as a function of input voltage and output load, as well as total converter power dissipation or heat generation.
VI Brick® VTM LEVEL 2 TRANSIENT BEHAVIORAL MODEL FOR 48 V TO 32 V, 9.4 A
7.2 nH
IOUT
+
79 mΩ
RCIN
RCINmΩ
1.25
2/3 • Iout
VIN
CIN
ROUT
1.9 µF
IQ
81 mA
23.6 mΩ
V•I
+
+
–
–
LOUT = 1.1 nH
R
RCCOUT
OUT
+
0.3 mΩ
2/3 • Vin
COUT
12 µF
VOUT
K
–
–
©
Figure 14 — This model characterizes the AC operation of the VI BRICK VTM including response to output load or input voltage transients or steady state
modulations. The model enables estimates or simulations of input and output voltages under transient conditions, including response to a stepped load
with or without external filtering elements.
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MECHANICAL DRAWINGS
Baseplate - Slotted Flange
Heat Sink (Transverse)
Figure 15 — Module outline
Recommended PCB Pattern
(Component side shown)
Figure 16 — PCB mounting specifications
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accessory components, fully configurable AC-DC and DC-DC power supplies, and complete custom
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