Data Sheet

Mini Family
72 V Input
Actual size:
2.28 x 2.2 x 0.5 in
57,9 x 55,9 x 12,7 mm
S
®
C
US
C
NRTL
US
DC-DC Converter Module
Features
Applications
• DC input range: 43 – 110 V (continuous)
• Isolated output
• Encapsulated circuitry for shock and
Railway/Transportation system applications including communications systems,
information display, lighting, control systems, ticket machines, passenger entertainment, public address systems, door control, industrial power systems and power
generation systems.
vibration resistance
• Extended temperature range
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
(–55 to +100°C)
Input surge withstand: 150 V for 100 ms
DC output: 3.3 – 48 V
Programmable output: 10 to 110%
Regulation: ±0.2% no load to full load
Efficiency: Up to 88%
Maximum operating temp: 100°C, full load
Power density: up to 100 W per cubic inch
Height above board: 0.43 in. (10,9 mm)
Parallelable, with N+M fault tolerance
Low noise ZCS/ZVS architecture
RoHS Compliant (with F or G pin option)
For details on proper operation please refer to:
Design Guide & Applications Manual for Maxi, Mini, Micro Family.
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Rating
Unit
+In to –In voltage
–0.5 to +155
Vdc
PC to –In voltage
–0.5 to +7.0
Vdc
PR to –In voltage
–0.5 to +7.0
Vdc
SC to –Out voltage
–0.5 to +1.5
Vdc
1.0
Vdc
Isolation voltage
in to out
3000
Vrms
Test voltage
in to base
1500
Vrms
Test voltage
out to base
500
Vrms
Test voltage
–Sense to –Out voltage
Product Overview
These DC-DC converter modules use
advanced power processing, control and
packaging technologies to provide the
performance, flexibility, reliability and cost
effectiveness of a mature power component.
High frequency ZCS/ZVS switching
provides high power density with low
noise and high efficiency.
Operating Temperature
–55 to +100
°C
M-Grade
Storage Temperature
–65 to +125
°C
M-Grade
Pin soldering temperature
Mounting torque
Part Numbering
e.g. V72B24C250BL
Output Voltage
3 V 3 = 3.3 V
5 = 5V
8 = 8V
12 = 12 V
15 = 15 V
24 = 24 V
28 = 28 V
36 = 36 V
48 = 48 V
Notes
V7 2 B
Product Grade Temperatures (°C)
Grade
Operating
Storage
E
=
- 10 to +100
- 20 to +125
C
=
- 20 to +100
- 40 to +125
T
=
- 40 to +100
- 40 to +125
H
=
- 40 to +100
- 55 to +125
M
=
- 55 to +100
- 65 to +125
500 (260)
°F (°C)
<5 sec; wave solder
750 (390)
°F (°C)
<7 sec; hand solder
5 (0.57)
in-lbs (N-m)
6 each
B
Output Power
Vout
Pout
3.3 V
100 W
5V
150 W
8V
150 W
12 V
250 W
15 V
250 W
24 V
250 W
28 V
250 W
36 V
250 W
48 V
250 W
Pin Style
Finish
Blank: Short
Tin/Lead
L: Long
Tin/Lead
S: Short ModuMate Gold
N: Long ModuMate
Gold
F: Short RoHS
Gold
G: Long RoHS
Gold
K: Extra Long RoHS Gold
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Baseplate
Blank: Slotted
2: Threaded
3: Through-hole
72 V Input
MODULE FAMILY ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
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.
MODULE INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Notes
Operating input voltage
43
72
110
Vdc
Per EN50155 and GBT-25119
150
Vdc
<100 ms
42.6
Vdc
Input surge withstand
Undervoltage turn-on
41.7
Undervoltage turn-off
35.2
36.5
Vdc
Overvoltage turn-off/on
111
115.5
Disabled input current
121
Vdc
1.5
mA
PC pin low
Max
Unit
Notes
±1
% Vout nom.
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
Low line to high line; full load
MODULE OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Parameter
Min
Typ
Output voltage setpoint
Line regulation
±0.02
±0.20
%
Temperature regulation
±0.002
±0.005
% / °C
Power sharing accuracy
±2
±5
%
10 to 100% of full load
110
%
Of nominal output voltage. For trimming below 90%
of nominal, a minimum load of 10% of maximum
rated power may be required.
Programming range
10
+Out to –Out, +Sense to –Out — Absolute Maximum Ratings
3.3 V
–0.5 to 4.7
5V
–0.5 to 7.0
8V
–0.5 to 10.9
12 V
–0.5 to 16.1
15 V
–0.5 to 20.0
24 V
–0.5 to 31.7
28 V
–0.5 to 36.9
36 V
–0.5 to 47.1
48 V
–0.5 to 62.9
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Over operating temperature range
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Externally applied
Note: For important information relative to applications where the converter modules are subject to continuous dynamic loading, contact Vicor applications
engineering at 800-927-9474.
THERMAL RESISTANCE AND CAPACITY
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Baseplate to sink; flat, greased surface
0.16
°C/Watt
Baseplate to sink; thermal pad (P/N 20264)
0.14
°C/Watt
Baseplate to ambient
8.0
°C/Watt
Baseplate to ambient; 1000 LFM
1.9
°C/Watt
Thermal capacity
83
Watt-sec/°C
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MODULE FAMILY ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (CONT.)
MODULE CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Notes
PRIMARY SIDE (PC = Primary Control; PR = Parallel)
PC bias voltage
current limit
5.50
1.5
5.75
2.1
6.00
3.0
Vdc
mA
PC current = 1.0 mA
PC voltage = 5.5 V
PC module disable
2.3
2.6
2.9
Vdc
Switch must be able to sink ≥4 mA. See Fig. 2
4
7
ms
0.5
Vavg
UV, OV, OT, module fault. See Figs. 3 and 5
PC module enable delay
PC module alarm
During normal operation
PC resistance
0.9
1.0
1.1
MΩ
See Fig. 3, converter off or fault mode
PR emitter amplitude
5.7
5.9
6.1
Volts
PR load >30 Ω, < 30 pF
PR emitter current
150
PR receiver impedance
375
500
625
Ω
PR receiver threshold
2.4
2.5
2.6
Volts
Minimum pulse width: 20 ns
12
modules
Without PR buffer amplifier
mA
PR drive capability
25°C
SECONDARY SIDE (SC = Secondary Control)
SC bandgap voltage
1.21
1.23
1.25
Vdc
SC resistance
990
1000
1010
Ω
SC capacitance
SC module alarm
Referenced to –Sense
0.033
µF
0
Vdc
With open trim; referenced to –Sense. See Fig. 7
Max
Unit
Notes
0.5
Vdc
0.25 V per leg (sense leads must be connected to
respective, output terminals)
MODULE GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Parameter
Min
Typ
Remote sense (total drop)
Isolation test voltage (in to out)*
3000
Vrms
Complies with reinforced insulation requirements
Isolation test voltage (in to base)*
1500
Vrms
Complies with basic insulation requirements
Isolation test voltage (out to base)*
500
Vrms
Complies with operational insulation requirements
Isolation resistance
10
MΩ
Weight (E, C, T grade)
3.1
(89.3)
3.5
(100.3)
3.9
(111.3)
ounces
(grams)
Weight (H, M grade)
3.5
(99.6)
3.9
(110.6)
4.3
(121.6)
ounces
(grams)
Temperature limiting
100
115
Agency approvals
°C
in to out, in to baseplate, out to baseplate
See Figs. 3 and 5. Do not operate coverter >100C.
UL60950-1, EN60950-1, CSA60950-1, IEC60950-1.
With appropriate fuse in series with the +Input
cURus, cTÜVus, CE
* Isolation test voltage, 1 minute or less.
Note:
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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MODULE SPECIFIC OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS
3.3 Vout, 100 W (e.g. V72B3V3C100BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
80.0
4.14
0
30.9
21.2
Typ
82.2
185
4.3
4.4
±0.02
34.8
34.8
Max
232
4.46
5.4
±0.2
30.3
41
41
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
5 Vout, 150 W (e.g. V72B5C150BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
84.0
6.03
0
30.6
21
Typ
85.0
120
6.25
7.9
±0.02
34.5
34.5
Max
150
6.47
8.6
±0.2
30
40.5
40.5
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
8 Vout, 150 W (e.g. V72B8C150BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
84.5
9.36
0
19.1
5
Typ
85.4
220
9.7
5.9
±0.02
21.6
21.6
Max
275
10.1
6.9
±0.2
18.75
25.4
25.4
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
12 Vout, 250 W (e.g. V72B12C250BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
86.5
13.7
0
21.2
14.5
Typ
87.6
300
14.3
8.5
±0.02
23.9
23.9
Max
375
14.9
9.5
±0.2
20.83
28.2
28.1
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
15 Vout, 250 W (e.g. V72B15C250BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
85.1
17.1
0
17
11.6
Typ
86.3
400
17.8
8.3
±0.02
19.2
19.2
Max
500
18.5
8.8
±0.2
16.67
22.6
22.6
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
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MODULE SPECIFIC OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS (CONT.)
24 Vout, 250 W (e.g. V72B24C250BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
85.5
27.1
0
10.6
7.28
Typ
86.8
216
28.1
7.8
±0.02
12
12
Max
270
29.1
8.9
±0.2
10.42
14.1
14.1
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Unit
%
mV
Volts
Watts
%
Amps
Amps
Amps
Notes
Nominal input; full load; 25°C
p-p; Nominal input; full load; 20 MHz bandwidth
25°C; recycle input voltage or PC to restart (>100 ms off)
No load
No load to full load; nominal input
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
28 Vout, 250 W (e.g. V72B28C250BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
87.5
31.5
0
9.1
6.25
Typ
88.5
270
32.7
7.7
±0.02
10.3
10.3
Max
338
33.9
8.2
±0.2
8.93
12.1
12.1
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
36 Vout, 250 W (e.g. V72B36C250BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
86.5
40.4
0
7.07
4.85
Typ
87.7
200
41.9
10.1
±0.02
7.98
7.98
Max
250
43.4
11
±0.2
6.94
9.37
9.37
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
48 Vout, 250 W (e.g. V72B48C250BL)
Parameter
Efficiency
Ripple and noise
Output OVP setpoint
Dissipation, standby
Load regulation
Output Current
Current limit
Short circuit current
Min
85.5
53.7
0
5.31
3.64
Typ
87.0
202
55.7
8.7
±0.02
5.99
5.99
Max
253
57.7
10.5
±0.2
5.21
7.04
7.04
Output voltage 95% of nominal
Output voltage <250 mV
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72 V Input
BASIC MODULE OPERATION
C2*
4.7nF
C4*
4.7nF
+IN
F1*
C1*
0.2µF
+OUT
+S
PC
SC
PR
–IN
–S
–OUT
C3*
4.7nF
C5*
4.7nF
For C1 – C5, keep leads and connections short.
Figure 1 — Basic module operation requires fusing, grounding, bypassing capacitors.
* See Maxi, Mini, Micro Design Guide.
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PRIMARY CONTROL - PC PIN
Module Enable/Disable
Module Alarm
The module may be disabled by pulling PC to 0 V (2.3 V
max) with respect to the –Input. This may be done with an
open collector transistor, relay, or optocoupler. Converters
may be disabled with a single transistor or relay either directly
or via “OR’ing” diodes for 2 or more converters. See Figure 2.
The module contains “watchdog” circuitry which monitors
input voltage, operating temperature and internal operating
parameters. In the event that any of these parameters are
outside of their allowable operating range, the module will
shut down and PC will go low. PC will periodically go high
and the module will check to see if the fault (as an example,
Input Undervoltage) has cleared. If the fault has not been
cleared, PC will go low again and the cycle will restart. The
SC pin will go low in the event of a fault and return to its normal state after the fault has been cleared. See Figures 3 and 5.
Primary Auxiliary Supply
During normal operation only, the PC Pin can source 5.7 V @
1.5 mA. In the example shown in Figure 4, PC powers a module enabled LED.
+In
+IN
+Out
PC
+S
PC
SC
Disable
PR
PR
–S
–In
+S
SW1, 2, & 3
shown in
"Fault" position
SW2
SW3
SC
1K
–S
5.7 Vdc
(0-3 mA)
1.23
Vdc
6K
– OUT
1 Not applicable for 300 Vdc input family
Figure 2 — Module enable/disable.
Figure 3 — PC/SC module alarm logic.
+In
+Out
PC
Fault
PC
+S
5.7 V
40 μs typ.
SC
4kΩ
PR
–S
–In
–Out
SC
1.23 V
2–20 ms typ.
Figure 5 — PC/SC module alarm timing.
Figure 4 — LED on-state indicator.
Optocoupler
1M
+OUT
50 Ω
2-20 ms typ.
f (VIN)
–IN
–Out
Disable = PC <2.3V
"Module
Enabled"
SW1
Input Undervoltage
Input Overvoltage (See Note 1)
Overtemperature
Module Faults
Auto
Restart
+In
4 kΩ
PC
+Out
+In
+S
PC
SC
+Out
+S
SC
PR
–S
PR
–S
–In
–Out
–In
–Out
Figure 6 — Isolated on-state indicator.
Alarm
1.00V
Figure 7 — Secondary side on-state indicator.
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SECONDARY CONTROL - SC PIN
PARALLEL BUS - PR PIN
Output Voltage Programming
Parallel Operation
The output voltage of the converter can be adjusted or
programmed via fixed resistors, potentiometers or voltage
DACs. See Figure 8.
The PR pin supports paralleling for increased power with N+1
(N+M) redundancy. Modules of the same input voltage, output
voltage, and power level will current share if all PR pins are
suitably interfaced.
Compatible interface architectures include the following:
+OUT
AC coupled single-wire interface. All PR pins are connected
to a single communication bus through 0.001 µF (500 V)
capacitors. This interface supports current sharing and is fault
tolerant except for the communication bus. Up to three
converters may be paralleled by this method. See Figure 9.
+S
Error Amplifier
Ru
Trim Up
–
SC
+
Load
1 kΩ
+
0.033 uF
1.23 V
Rd
Trim Down
-S
100 Ω typ.
Transformer coupled interface. For paralleling four or more
converters a transformer coupled interface is required. See
Figure 10.
For details on parallel operation please refer to the
–OUT
Design Guide & Applications Manual for Maxi, Mini, Micro Family.
Rd (ohms) =
1,000 Vout
Vnom – Vout
4.7 nF
+
+IN
0.2 µF
RU (ohms) = 1,000 (Vout –1.23) Vnom – 1,000
1.23 (Vout – Vnom)
Figure 8 — Output voltage trim down and trim up circuit.
0.001 µF Z1*
–
PC
Module 1
PR
–IN
Low inductance
ground plane
or bus
Trim Down
4.7 nF
4.7 nF
+IN
1. This converter is not a constant power device – it has a
constant current limit. Hence, available output power is
reduced by the same percentage that output voltage is
trimmed down. Do not exceed maximum rated output current.
2. The trim down resistor must be connected between the SC
and -S pins. Do not bypass the SC pin directly with a
capacitor.
Trim Up
1. The converter is rated for a maximum delivered power. To
ensure that maximum rated power is not exceeded, reduce
maximum output current by the same percentage increase in
output voltage.
2. The trim up resistor must be connected between the SC
and +S pins. Do not bypass the SC pin directly with a
capacitor.
0.2 µF
0.001 µF Z1*
Module 2
PR
–IN
4.7 nF
Parallel
Bus
Figure 9 — AC coupled single-wire interface.
* See Maxi, Mini, Micro Design Guide.
4.7 nF
+
+IN
0.2 µF
T1
Z1*
PC
Module 1
PR
–IN
–
4.7 nF
3. Do not trim the converter above maximum trim range
(typically +10%) or the output over voltage protection
circuitry may be activated.
4.7 nF
+IN
0.2 µF
T2
Z1*
Trim resistor values calculated automatically:
On-line calculators for trim resistor values are available on the
vicor website at:
asp.vicorpower.com/calculators/calculators.asp?calc=1
Resistor values can be calculated for fixed trim up, fixed trim
down and for variable trim up or down.
PC
PC
Module 2
PR
–IN
4.7 nF
Parallel
Bus
Figure 10 — Transformer-coupled interface.
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PARALLEL BUS OUTPUT
+OUT
•
+S
SC
–S
The +Out and –Out power buses should be designed to
minimize and balance parasitic impedance from each
module output to the load.
•
The +Sense pins must be tied together to form a
+Sense bus. This must be Kelvin connected to +Out
at a single point. The –Sense pins should be tied
together to form a –Sense bus. This must be Kelvin
connected to –Out at a single point.
•
At the discretion of the power system designer,
a subset of all modules within an array may be
configured as slaves by connecting SC to –S.
•
OR’ing diodes may be inserted in series with the
+Out pins of each module to provide module
output fault tolerance.
•
The +Sense and -Sense leads should be routed in close
proximity to each other on the printed circuit board. If
wires are used to connect the converters on a PCB to
an external load, the Sense leads should be twisted
together to reduce noise pickup.
Module 1
–OUT
+S
+OUT
+S
SC
–S
Module 2
Load
–OUT
–S
+OUT
Module N+1
+S
SC
–S
–OUT
Figure 11 — N+1 module array output connections.
PIN STYLES*
Designator
Description
Finish
Notes
(None)
Short
Tin/Lead
Requires in-board, mounting
L
Long
Tin/Lead
On-board mounting for 0.065" boards
S
Short ModuMate
Gold
SurfMate or in-board socket mounting
N
Long ModuMate
Gold
On-board socket mounting
F
Short RoHS
Gold
Select for RoHS compliant in-board solder, socket, or SurfMate mounting
G
Long RoHS
Gold
Select for RoHS compliant on-board solder or socket mounting
K
Extra Long RoHS
Gold
Select for RoHS compliance on-board mounting for thicker PCBs
(not intended for socket or Surfmate mounting)
* Pin style designator follows the “B” after the output power and precedes the baseplate designator.
Ex. V72B12T250BN2 — Long ModuMate Pins
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MECHANICAL DRAWINGS
Converter Pins
No. Function Label
1
+In
+
Primary
2
PC
Control
3
Parallel
PR
4
–In
–
5
–Out
–
6
7
8
9
–Sense
–S
Secondary
Control
+Sense
+Out
SC
+S
+
DIMENSION L
PIN SHORT – .55±.015 [14.0±.38]
PIN LONG–– .63±.015 [16.0±.38]
PIN EXTRA LONG–––- .71±.015 [18.0±.38]
NOTES:
1. MATERIAL:
BASE:
6000 SERIES ALUMINUM
COVER: LCP, ALUMINUM 3003 H14
PINS:
RoHS PINS GOLD PLATE 30 MICRO INCH MIN; NON-RoHS
PINS:
TIN/LEAD 90/10 BRIGHT
2. DIMENSIONS AND VALUES IN BRACKETS ARE METRIC
3. MANUFACTURING CONTROL IS IN PLACE TO ENSURE THAT THE SPACING
BETWEEN THE MODULES LABEL SURFACE TO THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
OF THE APPLICATION RANGES FROM DIRECT CONTACT (ZERO), TO THE
MAXIMUM GAP AS CALCULATED FROM THE TOLERANCE STACK-UP
AND IS NOT SUBJECT NEGATIVE TOLERANCE ACCUMULATION
Figure 12 — Module outline
PCB THICKNESS
PLATED
THROUGH HOLE
DIA
1.790**
45,47
LONG PIN STYLE
(7X)
0.094 ±0.003
2,39 ±0,08
0.094 ±0.003
2,39 ±0,08
(2X)
0.164 ±0.003
4,16 ±0,08
0.164 ±0.003
4,16 ±0,08
2
ALL MARKINGS
THIS SURFACE
3
ALUMINUM
BASEPLATE
4
PINS STYLES
SOLDER:TIN / LEAD PLATED
MODUMATE: GOLD PLATED COPPER
RoHS: GOLD PLATED COPPER
1.575**
40,00
9
0.195
4,95
SHORT PIN STYLE
0.158
4,01
1.900*
48.26
48,26
0.400*
10,16
ONBOARD
SOLDER
MOUNT
0.062 ±0.010
1,57 ±0,25
0.06
R
(4X)
1,5
1
INBOARD
SOLDER
MOUNT
8
7
6
5
FOR SOLDERING METHODS AND PROCEDURES
PLEASE REFER TO THE MAXI, MINI, MICRO
DESIGN GUIDE..
0.43
0.45
0.45
11,5
0.700*
17,78
1.000*
25,40
1.400*
35,56
* DENOTES TOL =
0.53
13,5
±0.003
±0,08
Unless otherwise specified,
dimensions are in inches
mm
Decimals
Tol.
0.XX
±0.01
0.XXX
±0.005
** PCB WINDOW
±0.25
±0.127
Figure 13 — PCB mounting specifications
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±1°
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