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FEATURES
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High efficiency: 95% @ 5.0Vin, 3.3V/16A out
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Small size and low profile: (SIP)
50.8mm x 13.4mm x 8.5mm
(2.00” x 0.53” x 0.33”)
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Single-In-Line (SIP) packaging
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Standard footprint
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Voltage and resistor-based trim
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Pre-bias startup
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Output voltage tracking
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No minimum load required
Output voltage programmable from
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0.75Vdc to 3.3Vdc via external resistor
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Fixed frequency operation
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Input UVLO, output OTP, OCP
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Remote ON/OFF
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Remote sense
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ISO 9001, TL 9000, ISO 14001, QS9000,
OHSAS18001 certified manufacturing facility
UL/cUL 60950 (US & Canada) Recognized.
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Delphi DNL, Non-Isolated Point of Load
DC/DC Power Modules: 2.8-5.5Vin, 0.75-3.3V/16A out
The Delphi Series DNL, 2.8-5.5V input, single output, non-isolated Point
of Load DC/DC converters are the latest offering from a world leader in
OPTIONS
power system and technology and manufacturing -- Delta Electronics,
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Negative On/Off logic
Inc. The DNL series provides a programmable output voltage from 0.75V
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Tracking feature
to 3.3V using an external resistor. The DNL converters have flexible and
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SIP package
programmable tracking and sequencing features to enable a variety of
startup voltages as well as sequencing and tracking between power
modules. This product family is available in a surface mount or SIP
package and provides 16A of current in an industry standard footprint.
With creative design technology and optimization of component
placement, these converters possess outstanding electrical and thermal
performance and extremely high reliability under highly stressful
operating conditions.
DATASHEET
DS_DNL04SIP16_11232010D
APPLICATIONS
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Telecom / DataCom
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Distributed power architectures
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Servers and workstations
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LAN / WAN applications
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Data processing applications
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(TA = 25°C, airflow rate = 300 LFM, Vin = 2.8Vdc and 5.5Vdc, nominal Vout unless otherwise noted.)
PARAMETER
NOTES and CONDITIONS
DNL04S0A0R16
Min.
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Input Voltage (Continuous)
Tracking Voltage
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Operating Input Voltage
Input Under-Voltage Lockout
Turn-On Voltage Threshold
Turn-Off Voltage Threshold
Maximum Input Current
No-Load Input Current
Off Converter Input Current
Inrush Transient
Recommended Input Fuse
OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Output Voltage Set Point
Output Voltage Adjustable Range
Output Voltage Regulation
Over Line
Over Load
Over Temperature
Total Output Voltage Range
Output Voltage Ripple and Noise
Peak-to-Peak
RMS
Output Current Range
Output Voltage Over-shoot at Start-up
Output DC Current-Limit Inception
Output Short-Circuit Current (Hiccup Mode)
DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
Dynamic Load Response
Positive Step Change in Output Current
Negative Step Change in Output Current
Settling Time to 10% of Peak Deviation
Turn-On Transient
Start-Up Time, From On/Off Control
Start-Up Time, From Input
Output Voltage Rise Time
Maximum Output Startup Capacitive Load
EFFICIENCY
Vo=3.3V
Vo=2.5V
Vo=1.8V
Vo=1.5V
Vo=1.2V
Vo=0.75V
FEATURE CHARACTERISTICS
Switching Frequency
ON/OFF Control, (Negative logic)
Logic Low Voltage
Logic High Voltage
Logic Low Current
Logic High Current
ON/OFF Control, (Positive Logic)
Logic High Voltage
Logic Low Voltage
Logic Low Current
Logic High Current
Tracking Slew Rate Capability
Tracking Delay Time
Tracking Accuracy
Remote Sense Range
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
MTBF
Weight
Over-Temperature Shutdown
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Typ.
0
Max.
Units
Vdc
Vdc
°C
°C
Refer to Figure 44 for measuring point
-40
-55
5.8
Vin,max
125
125
Vo ≦ Vin –0.5
2.8
5.5
2.2
2.0
Vin=2.8V to 5.5V, Io=Io,max
16
70
5
Vin=2.8V to 5.5V, Io=Io,min to Io,max
Vin=5V, Io=Io, max
Vin=2.8V to 5.5V
Io=Io,min to Io,max
Ta=-40℃ to 85℃
Over sample load, line and temperature
5Hz to 20MHz bandwidth
Full Load, 1µF ceramic, 10µF tantalum
Full Load, 1µF ceramic, 10µF tantalum
0.1
20
-2.0
0.7525
Vo,set
25
8
10µF Tan & 1µF Ceramic load cap, 2.5A/µs
50% Io, max to 100% Io, max
100% Io, max to 50% Io, max
Io=Io.max
Von/off, Vo=10% of Vo,set
Vin=Vin,min, Vo=10% of Vo,set
Time for Vo to rise from 10% to 90% of Vo,set
Full load; ESR ≧1mΩ
Full load; ESR ≧10mΩ
Vin=5V, 100% Load
Vin=5V, 100% Load
Vin=5V, 100% Load
Vin=5V, 100% Load
Vin=5V, 100% Load
Vin=5V, 100% Load
Module On, Von/off
Module Off, Von/off
Module On, Ion/off
Module Off, Ion/off
Delay from Vin.min to application of tracking voltage
Power-up
2V/mS
Power-down 1V/mS
Io=80%Io, max; Ta=25°C
Refer to Figure 45 for measuring point
+3.0
% Vo,set
% Vo,set
% Vo,set
% Vo,set
220
3.5
300
300
25
mV
mV
µs
4
4
4
ms
ms
ms
µF
µF
0
Module On, Von/off
Module Off, Von/off
Module On, Ion/off
Module Off, Ion/off
% Vo,set
V
mV
mV
A
% Vo,set
% Io
Adc
Vout=3.3V
Io,s/c
V
V
A
mA
mA
A2S
A
+2.0
3.63
0.3
0.4
0.8
-3.0
V
50
15
16
1
8
1000
5000
95.0
93.0
91.0
89.5
88.0
83.0
%
%
%
%
%
%
300
kHz
-0.2
1.5
0.2
-0.2
0.2
0.1
10
100
200
11.88
10
130
0.3
Vin,max
10
1
V
V
µA
mA
Vin,max
0.3
1
10
2
V
V
mA
µA
V/msec
ms
mV
mV
V
200
400
0.1
M hours
grams
°C
2
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS CURVES
95
95
90
Vin=4.5V
85
Vin=5.0V
80
Vin=5.5V
EFFICIENCY(%)
100
EFFICIENCY(%)
100
75
90
Vin=3.0V
85
Vin=5.0V
80
Vin=5.5V
75
1
2
3
4
5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
Figure 1: Converter efficiency vs. output current (3.3V out)
1
95
Vin=2.8V
Vin=5.0V
80
EFFICIENCY(%)
95
EFFICIENCY(%)
100
85
75
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
90
Vin=2.8V
85
Vin=5.0V
Vin=5.5V
1
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
2
3
4
5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
Figure 4: Converter efficiency vs. output current (1.5V out)
95
95
90
85
Vin=2.8V
80
Vin=5.0V
75
Vin=5.5V
70
EFFICIENCY(%)
90
EFFICIENCY(%)
5
75
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Figure 3: Converter efficiency vs. output current (1.8V out)
4
80
Vin=5.5V
1
3
Figure 2: Converter efficiency vs. output current (2.5V out)
100
90
2
85
80
Vin=2.8V
75
Vin=5.0V
70
Vin=5.5V
65
60
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
Figure 5: Converter efficiency vs. output current (1.2V out)
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
Figure 6: Converter efficiency vs. output current (0.75V out)
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS CURVES
Figure 7: Output ripple & noise at 3.3Vin, 2.5V/16A out
Figure 8: Output ripple & noise at 3.3Vin, 1.8V/16A out
Figure 9: Output ripple & noise at 5Vin, 3.3V/16A out
Figure 10: Output ripple & noise at 5Vin, 1.8V/16A out
Figure 11: Turn on delay time at input turn on 3.3Vin, 2.5V/16A out
Figure 12: Turn on delay time at input turn on 3.3Vin, 1.8V/16A out
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Figure 13: Turn on delay time at input turn on 5Vin, 3.3V/16A out
Figure 14: Turn on delay time at input turn on 5Vin, 1.8V/16A out
Figure 15: Turn on delay time at remote turn on 5Vin, 3.3V/16A out
Figure 16: Turn on delay time at remote turn on 3.3Vin, 2.5V/16A
out
Figure 17: Turn on delay time at remote turn on with external
Figure 18: Turn on delay time at remote turn on with external
capacitors (Co= 5000 µF) 5Vin, 3.3V/16A out
capacitors (Co= 5000 µF) 3.3Vin, 2.5V/16A out
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS CURVES
Figure 19: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 100% to 50% of Io, max at 5Vin, 3.3V out
(Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 20: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 50% to 100% of Io, max at 5Vin, 3.3V out
(Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 21: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 100% to 50% of Io, max at 5Vin, 1.8V out
(Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 22: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 50% to 100% of Io, max at 5Vin, 1.8V out
(Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS CURVES
Figure 23: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 100% to 50% of Io, max at 3.3Vin,
2.5V out (Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 24: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 50% to 100% of Io, max at 3.3Vin,
2.5V out (Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 25: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 100% to 50% of Io, max at 3.3Vin,
1.8V out (Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 26: Typical transient response to step load change at
2.5A/µS from 50% to 100% of Io, max at 3.3Vin,
1.8V out (Cout = ceramic, 10µF tantalum)
Figure 27: Output short circuit current 5Vin, 0.75Vout
Figure 28:Turn on with Prebias 5Vin, 3.3V/0A out, Vbias =1.0Vdc
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TEST CONFIGURATIONS
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
TO OSCILLOSCOPE
L
VI(+)
Input Source Impedance
2 100uF
Tantalum
VI(-)
Note: Input reflected-ripple current is measured with a
simulated source inductance. Current is measured at
the input of the module.
Figure 29: Input reflected-ripple test setup
COPPER STRIP
Vo
1uF
10uF
SCOPE
tantalum ceramic
Resistive
Load
GND
To maintain low noise and ripple at the input voltage, it is
critical to use low ESR capacitors at the input to the
module. Figure 32 shows the input ripple voltage (mVp-p)
for various output models using 200 µF(2 x100uF) low
ESR tantalum capacitor (KEMET p/n: T491D107M016AS,
AVX p/n: TAJD107M106R, or equivalent) in parallel with
47 µF ceramic capacitor (TDK p/n:C5750X7R1C476M or
equivalent). Figure 33 shows much lower input voltage
ripple when input capacitance is increased to 400 µF (4 x
100 µF) tantalum capacitors in parallel with 94 µF (2 x 47
µF) ceramic capacitor.
The input capacitance should be able to handle an AC
ripple current of at least:
Irms = Iout
Note: Use a 10µF tantalum and 1µF capacitor. Scope
measurement should be made using a BNC connector.
Figure 30: Peak-peak output noise and startup transient
measurement test setup.
CONTACT AND
DISTRIBUTION LOSSES
VI
Vo
II
Input Ripple Voltage (mVp-p)
BATTERY
Vout  Vout 

1 −
Vin 
Vin 
350
300
250
200
150
100
5.0Vin
50
3.3Vin
0
Io
0
1
LOAD
SUPPLY
Arms
2
3
4
Output Voltage (Vdc)
GND
Figure 32: Input voltage ripple for various output models, IO =
16 A (CIN = 2×100 µF tantalum // 47 µF ceramic)
Figure 31: Output voltage and efficiency measurement test
setup
Note: All measurements are taken at the module
terminals. When the module is not soldered (via
socket), place Kelvin connections at module
terminals to avoid measurement errors due to
contact resistance.
Vo × Io
η =(
) × 100 %
Vi × Ii
Input Ripple Voltage (mVp-p)
CONTACT RESISTANCE
200
150
100
50
5.0Vin
3.3Vin
0
0
1
2
3
4
Output Voltage (Vdc)
Figure 33: Input voltage ripple for various output models, IO =
16 A (CIN = 4×100 µF tantalum // 2×47 µF ceramic)
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DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS (CON.)
FEATURES DESCRIPTIONS
The power module should be connected to a low
ac-impedance input source. Highly inductive source
impedances can affect the stability of the module. An input
capacitance must be placed close to the modules input
pins to filter ripple current and ensure module stability in
the presence of inductive traces that supply the input
voltage to the module.
Remote On/Off
Safety Considerations
For safety-agency approval the power module must be
installed in compliance with the spacing and separation
requirements of the end-use safety agency standards.
For the converter output to be considered meeting the
requirements of safety extra-low voltage (SELV), the input
must meet SELV requirements. The power module has
extra-low voltage (ELV) outputs when all inputs are ELV.
The input to these units is to be provided with a maximum
20A of glass type fast-acting fuse in the ungrounded lead.
The DNM/DNL series power modules have an On/Off pin for
remote On/Off operation. Both positive and negative On/Off
logic options are available in the DNM/DNL series power
modules.
For positive logic module, connect an open collector (NPN)
transistor or open drain (N channel) MOSFET between the
On/Off pin and the GND pin (see figure 34). Positive logic
On/Off signal turns the module ON during the logic high and
turns the module OFF during the logic low. When the
positive On/Off function is not used, leave the pin floating or
tie to Vin (module will be On).
For negative logic module, the On/Off pin is pulled high with
an external pull-up 5kΩ resistor (see figure 35). Negative
logic On/Off signal turns the module OFF during logic high
and turns the module ON during logic low. If the negative
On/Off function is not used, leave the pin floating or tie to
GND. (module will be On)
Vo
Vin
ION/OFF
On/Off
RL
Q1
GND
Figure 34: Positive remote On/Off implementation
Vo
Vin
Rpullup
ION/OFF
On/Off
RL
Q1
GND
Figure 35: Negative remote On/Off implementation
Over-Current Protection
To provide protection in an output over load fault condition,
the unit is equipped with internal over-current protection.
When the over-current protection is triggered, the unit enters
hiccup mode. The units operate normally once the fault
condition is removed.
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FEATURES DESCRIPTIONS (CON.)
Vtrim = 0.7 − 0.1698 × (Vo − 0.7525 )
Over-Temperature Protection
For example, to program the output voltage of a DNL
module to 3.3 Vdc, Vtrim is calculated as follows
The over-temperature protection consists of circuitry that
provides protection from thermal damage. If the
temperature exceeds the over-temperature threshold the
module will shut down. The module will try to restart after
shutdown. If the over-temperature condition still exists
during restart, the module will shut down again. This
restart trial will continue until the temperature is within
specification
Remote Sense
Vo
RLoad
TRIM
Rtrim
GND
Figure 37: Circuit configuration for programming output voltage
The DNL provide Vo remote sensing to achieve proper
regulation at the load points and reduce effects of
distribution losses on output line. In the event of an open
remote sense line, the module shall maintain local sense
regulation through an internal resistor. The module shall
correct for a total of 0.5V of loss. The remote sense line
impedance shall be < 10Ω.
Distribution Losses
Vtrim = 0.7 − 0.1698 × (3.3 − 0.7525) = 0.267V
Vo
Vin
using an external resistor
Vo
Vtrim
RLoad
TRIM
GND
+
_
Distribution Losses
Figure 38: Circuit configuration for programming output voltage
using external voltage source
Sense
RL
GND
Distribution
Distribution
L
Figure 36: Effective circuit configuration for remote sense
operation
Output Voltage Programming
The output voltage of the DNM/DNL can be programmed
to any voltage between 0.75Vdc and 3.3Vdc by
connecting one resistor (shown as Rtrim in Figure 37)
between the TRIM and GND pins of the module. Without
this external resistor, the output voltage of the module is
0.7525 Vdc. To calculate the value of the resistor Rtrim for
a particular output voltage Vo, please use the following
equation:
 21070

Rtrim = 
− 5110 Ω
Vo − 0.7525

For example, to program the output voltage of the DNL
module to 1.8Vdc, Rtrim is calculated as follows:
 21070

Rtrim = 
− 5110 Ω = 15KΩ
1.8 − 0.7525

DNL can also be programmed by apply a voltage between
the TRIM and GND pins (Figure 38). The following
equation can be used to determine the value of Vtrim
needed for a desired output voltage Vo:
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Table 1 provides Rtrim values required for some common
output voltages, while Table 2 provides value of external
voltage source, Vtrim, for the same common output
voltages. By using a 1% tolerance trim resistor, set point
tolerance of ±2% can be achieved as specified in the
electrical specification.
Table 1
Vo(V)
Rtrim(KΩ)
0.7525
Open
1.2
41.97
1.5
23.08
1.8
15.00
2.5
6.95
3.3
3.16
Table 2
Vo(V)
Vtrim(V)
0.7525
Open
1.2
0.624
1.5
0.573
1.8
0.522
2.5
0.403
3.3
0.267
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FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS (CON.)
The amount of power delivered by the module is the
voltage at the output terminals multiplied by the output
current. When using the trim feature, the output voltage of
the module can be increased, which at the same output
current would increase the power output of the module.
Care should be taken to ensure that the maximum output
power of the module must not exceed the maximum rated
power (Vo.set x Io.max ≤ P max).
Voltage Margining
The output voltage tracking feature (Figure 40 to Figure
42) is achieved according to the different external
connections. If the tracking feature is not used, the
TRACK pin of the module can be left unconnected or
tied to Vin.
For proper voltage tracking, input voltage of the tracking
power module must be applied in advance, and the
remote on/off pin has to be in turn-on status. (Negative
logic: Tied to GND or unconnected. Positive logic: Tied
to Vin or unconnected)
Output voltage margining can be implemented in the DNL
modules by connecting a resistor, R margin-up, from the Trim
pin to the ground pin for margining-up the output voltage
and by connecting a resistor, Rmargin-down, from the Trim pin
to the output pin for margining-down. Figure 39 shows
the circuit configuration for output voltage margining. If
unused, leave the trim pin unconnected. A calculation
tool is available from the evaluation procedure which
computes the values of R margin-up and Rmargin-down for a
specific output voltage and margin percentage.
PS1
PS1
PS2
PS2
Figure 40: Sequential Start-up
Vin
Vo
Rmargin-down
Q1
On/Off Trim
PS1
PS1
PS2
PS2
Rmargin-up
Rtrim
Q2
GND
Figure 41: Simultaneous
Figure 39: Circuit configuration for output voltage margining
Voltage Tracking
The DNL family was designed for applications that have
output voltage tracking requirements during power-up
and power-down. The devices have a TRACK pin to
implement three types of tracking method: sequential
start-up, simultaneous and ratio-metric. TRACK
simplifies the task of supply voltage tracking in a power
system by enabling modules to track each other, or any
external voltage, during power-up and power-down.
-ΔV
PS1
PS1
PS2
PS2
Figure 42: Ratio-metric
By connecting multiple modules together, customers can
get multiple modules to track their output voltages to the
voltage applied on the TRACK pin.
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FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS (CON.)
Ratio-Metric
Sequential Start-up
Sequential start-up (Figure 40) is implemented by placing
an On/Off control circuit between VoPS1 and the On/Off pin
of PS2.
Ratio–metric (Figure 42) is implemented by placing the
voltage divider on the TRACK pin that comprises R1 and
R2, to create a proportional voltage with VoPS1 to the Track
pin of PS2.
For Ratio-Metric applications that need the outputs of PS1
and PS2 reach the regulation set point at the same time.
PS1
PS2
Vin
Vin
VoPS1
VoPS2
R3
On/Off
The following equation can be used to calculate the value
of R1 and R2.
The suggested value of R2 is 10kΩ.
R1
Q1
On/Off
R2
VO, PS 2
C1
VO, PS 1
=
R2
R1 + R2
PS1
PS2
Vin
Vin
Simultaneous
VoPS1
VoPS2
R1
Simultaneous tracking (Figure 41) is implemented by
using the TRACK pin. The objective is to minimize the
voltage difference between the power supply outputs
during power up and down.
The simultaneous tracking can be accomplished by
connecting VoPS1 to the TRACK pin of PS2. Please note
the voltage apply to TRACK pin needs to always higher
than the VoPS2 set point voltage.
TRACK
R2
On/Off
On/Off
The high for positive logic
The low for negative logic
PS2
PS1
Vin
Vin
VoPS1
VoPS2
TRACK
On/Off
On/Off
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THERMAL CONSIDERATIONS
THERMAL CURVES
Thermal management is an important part of the system
design. To ensure proper, reliable operation, sufficient
cooling of the power module is needed over the entire
temperature range of the module. Convection cooling is
usually the dominant mode of heat transfer.
Hence, the choice of equipment to characterize the
thermal performance of the power module is a wind
tunnel.
Thermal Testing Setup
Delta’s DC/DC power modules are characterized in
heated vertical wind tunnels that simulate the thermal
environments encountered in most electronics
equipment. This type of equipment commonly uses
vertically mounted circuit cards in cabinet racks in which
the power modules are mounted.
The following figure shows the wind tunnel
characterization setup. The power module is mounted
on a test PWB and is vertically positioned within the
wind tunnel. The height of this fan duct is constantly kept
at 25.4mm (1’’).
Thermal Derating
Figure 44: Hot spot temperature measured point
*The allowed maximum hot spot temperature is defined at 125℃
*The over-temperature shutdown is 130℃.
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DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) Output Current vs. Ambient Temperature and Air Velocity
@ Vin = 5V, Vo = 3.3V (Either Orientation)
Output Current(A)
15
Natural
Convection
100LFM
10
200LFM
300LFM
5
Heat can be removed by increasing airflow over the
module. To enhance system reliability, the power
module should always be operated below the maximum
operating temperature. If the temperature exceeds the
maximum module temperature, reliability of the unit may
be affected.
PWB
FACING PWB
MODULE
400LFM
0
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 45: DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) output current vs.
ambient temperature and air velocity @Vin=5V, Vo=3.3V(Either
Orientation).
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DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) Output Current vs. Ambient Temperature and Air Velocity
@ Vin = 5.0V, Vo = 1.5V (Either Orientation)
Output Current(A)
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AIR VELOCITY
AND AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE
MEASURED BELOW
THE MODULE
Natural
Convection
50.8 (2.0”)
10
100LFM
AIR FLOW
200LFM
5
12.7 (0.5”)
25.4 (1.0”)
Note: Wind Tunnel Test Setup Figure Dimensions are in millimeters and (Inches)
Figure 43: Wind tunnel test setup
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300LFM
0
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 46: DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) output current vs.
ambient temperature and air velocity @Vin=5V, Vo=1.5V(Either
Orientation).
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THERMAL CURVES (CON.)
20
DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) Output Current vs. Ambient Temperature and Air Velocity
@ Vin = 5.0V, Vo = 0.75V (Either Orientation)
Output Current(A)
Natural
Convection
15
20
DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) Output Current vs. Ambient Temperature and Air Velocity
@ Vin = 3.3V, Vo = 0.75V (Either Orientation)
Output Current(A)
15
Natural
Convection
100LFM
10
10
100LFM
200LFM
5
5
200LFM
300LFM
0
0
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 47: DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) output current vs.
ambient temperature and air velocity @Vin=5V, Vo=0.75V(Either
Orientation).
20
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 50: DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) output current vs.
ambient temperature and air velocity @Vin=3.3V,
Vo=0.75V(Either Orientation).
DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) Output Current vs. Ambient Temperature and Air Velocity
@ Vin = 3.3V, Vo = 2.5V (Either Orientation)
Output Current(A)
15
Natural
Convection
100LFM
10
200LFM
5
300LFM
400LFM
0
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 48: DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) output current vs.
ambient temperature and air velocity @Vin=3.3V,
Vo=2.5V(Either Orientation).
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DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) Output Current vs. Ambient Temperature and Air Velocity
@ Vin = 3.3V, Vo = 1.5V (Either Orientation)
Output Current(A)
15
Natural
Convection
10
100LFM
200LFM
5
300LFM
0
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 49: DNL04S0A0R16(Standard) output current vs.
ambient temperature and air velocity @Vin=3.3V,
Vo=1.5V(Either Orientation).
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MECHANICAL DRAWING
SMD PACKAGE (OPTIONAL)
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SIP PACKAGE
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PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
DNL
04
S
0A0
R
16
P
Product
Series
Input Voltage
Numbers of
Outputs
Output
Voltage
Package
Type
Output
Current
On/Off
logic
DNL - 16A
DNM - 10A
04 - 2.8~5.5V
10 - 8.3~14V
S - Single
0A0 Programmable
R - SIP
S - SMD
06 -6A
10 -10A
DNS - 6A
F
D
Option Code
N- negative F- RoHS 6/6
P- positive
(Lead Free)
D - Standard Function
16 -16A
MODEL LIST
Model Name
Packaging
Input Voltage
Output Voltage
Output Current
Efficiency
5.0Vin @ 100% load
DNL04S0A0S16NFD
SMD
2.8 ~ 5.5Vdc
0.75~3.3Vdc
16A
95.0% (3.3V)
DNL04S0A0S16PFD
SMD
2.8 ~ 5.5Vdc
0.75~3.3Vdc
16A
95.0% (3.3V)
DNL04S0A0R16NFD
SIP
2.8 ~ 5.5Vdc
0.75~3.3Vdc
16A
95.0% (3.3V)
DNL04S0A0R16PFD
SIP
2.8 ~ 5.5Vdc
0.75~3.3Vdc
16A
95.0% (3.3V)
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WARRANTY
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