ENA2265 D

Ordering number : ENA2265
STK681-360-E
Thick-Film Hybrid IC
Forward/Reverse Motor Driver
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Overview
The STK681-360-E is a hybrid IC for use in PWM current control forward/reverse DC motor driver with brush.
Applications
 Office photocopiers, printers, etc.
Features
 Allows forward, reverse, and brake operations in accordance with the external input PWM signal.
 5.8A peak startup output current and 8A peak brake output current.
 Built-in current detection resistor (0.05Ω : resistor tolerance 2%) and supports constant-current control.
 Obviate the need to design for the dead time in order to turn off the upper- and lower drive devices when switching
between the forward and reverse operation mode.
Specifications
Absolute maximum ratings at Tc = 25C
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Ratings
unit
Maximum supply voltage 1
Vcc1 max
Vcc2=0V
52
V
Maximum supply voltage 2
Vcc2 max
No signal
0.3 to +7.0
V
Input voltage
VIN max
Logic input pins
0.3 to +7.0
V
Output current1
IO max
5.8
A
Brake current
IOB max
VDD=5.0V, DC current
VDD=5.0V, square wave current,
8
A
operating time 60ms (single pulse ,low side brake)
Allowable power dissipation
PdPK max
No heat sink
3.1
W
Operating substrate temperature
Tc
Metal surface temperature of the package
105
C
Junction temperature
Tj max
150
C
Storage temperature
Tstg
40 to +125
C
Stresses exceeding Maximum Ratings may damage the device. Maximum Ratings are stress ratings only. Functional operation above the Recommended Operating
Conditions is not implied. Extended exposure to stresses above the Recommended Operating Conditions may affect device reliability.
ORDERING INFORMATION
See detailed ordering and shipping information on page 12 of this data sheet.
Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC, 2013
December, 2013 Ver. 1.0
D1813HK 018-13-0059 No.A2265-1/12
STK681-360-E
Allowable Operating Ranges at Ta = 25C
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Ratings
unit
Operating supply voltage 1
Vcc1
With signals applied
10 to 30
V
Operating supply voltage 2
Vcc2
With signals applied
5±5%
V
Input voltage
VIN
10,11,12,13,14,15,17pin
0 to Vcc2
V
Output current 1
*1,3
IO1
Vcc2=5.0V, DC current, Tc  70°C
4.5
A
Output current 2
*1,3
IO2
Vcc2=5.0V, DC current, Tc=90C
3.7
A
Output current 2
*1,3
IO3
Vcc2=5.0V, DC current, Tc=105C
3.0
A
Brake current
*1
IOB
Vcc2=5.0V, square wave current, operating time 3.6ms,
8.0
A
Low side brake, Tc=105C
PMM pin frequency range
*2
Recommended operating
substrate temperature
PWM
Minimum pulse width: at least 10s
Tc
No condensation
0 to 20
kHz
0 to 105
C
Notes
*1 Refer to the graph for each conduction-period tolerance range for the output current and brake current.
*2 PWM pin (14pin) is active Low.
*3 Io1, Io2, Io3 connect Vref2 pin to GND and a current value when over-heating current control does not work.
Electrical Characteristics at Tc=25C, VCC=24V, VDD=5.0V *4
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
min
typ
max
unit
mA
VCC2 supply current
ICCO
Forward or reverse operation
2.6
3.5
FET diode forward voltage
Vdf
If=1A (RL=23)
0.8
1.4
V
Output saturation voltage 1
Vsat1
RL=23, F1, F2
0.09
0.15
V
Output saturation voltage 2
Vsat2
RL=23,
F3, F4+ current detection resistor
0.11
0.17
V
Output leak current
IOL
F1, F2, F3, and F4 OFF operation
50
A
Input high voltage 1
VIH1
IN1, IN2 pin
4.5
Input high voltage 2
VIH2
PWM pin
4.5
Input low voltage
VIL
IN1 ,IN2 and PWM pins
Input current
IIH1
IN1, IN2 pins, VIH1=5V
Current setting voltage
Vref1
Between Vref1 and S.P pins
PWM Input current
IILP
PWM pin, VIL=GND
PWM pin turn-on delay time
ton-*
Output current 1A
0.8
μs
PWM pin turn-on delay time
toff-*
Output current 1A
3.5
μs
V
V
0.1
0.2
0.6
V
0.4
mA
0.65
mA
0.29
0.1
0.6
V
Notes
*4: A fixed-voltage power supply must be used.
STK681-360-E motor current derating curve
for the operating substrate temperature Tc
6
5.5
5
Moter current Io A
4.5
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Operating substrate tempareture
80
90
100
110
Tc °C
No. A2265-2/12
STK681-360-E
Notes
 The motor current Io shown above is the range for DC and chopping operation.
The DC operating current range is within both the allowable Vcc1 operating range and the derating curve shown in the figure.
 The operating substrate temperatures in the figure above are values measured when the motor is operating.
The temperature Tc varies with the ambient temperature Ta, the motor drive current, and whether the motor current is
continuous or the state of its intermittent operation. Therefore Tc must be verified in an actual end product system.
 The Tc temperature should be checked in the center of the metal surface of the product package.
Allowable STK681-360-E braking current ranges
(High side:F1,F2=ON)
9
Tc=25°C
Braking current IoB(A)
8
7
Tc=70°C
Tc=80°C
Tc=90°C
Tc=105°C
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
10
100
Operating time t(ms)
1000
Allowable STK681-360-E braking current ranges
(Low side:F3,F4=ON)
9
Tc=25°C
Tc=70°C
Tc=80°C
Tc=90°C
Braking current IoB(A)
8
7
6
Tc=105°C
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
10
100
Operating time t(ms)
1000
No. A2265-3/12
STK681-360-E
Block Diagram
N.C
N.C
11
10
Vcc1 OUT1
N.C N.C
5
4
9
OUT2 Vcc1
8
6
7
N.C pins are no connection
IN1
F1
F2
F3
F4
12
13
IN2
15 Vcc2
82k
16
PWM 14
Current
Over‐
heating current control
control
5.1k
19
3
Vref1a
RSI
RSO
Rs
0.05
1
GND
2
S.P
18
Vref1b
17 Vref2
No. A2265-4/12
STK681-360-E
Sample Application Circuit
Vcc2(5V)
15
7
IN1
12
9
IN2
13
PWM
14
Vref2
C2
10μ/50V
17
16
Vref1b
OUT1
8
STK681-360-E
Vref1a
Vcc1=24V
6
CCW
Moter
OUT2
4
N.C
18
5
N.C
RSO
3
10
RSI
19
11
N.C
N.C
CW
C1
above 47μ/50V
1
2
GND
S.P
Motor Drive Conditions (H: High-level input; L: Low-Level Input)
IN1
H
H
H
L
H
IN2
H
H
L
H
L
PWM
L or H
H
H
H
L
Reverse(CCW)
L
H
L
Brake
L
L
L or H
Stop 1 (Standby)
Stop 2 (Power supply to the
motor is off due to an input
during motor operation)
Forward(CW)
Function
The state where the motor is not turning
Power supply to the motor was turned off
due to a stop signal being applied during
motor operation.
An input signal that turns off the high and
low side drive elements during
forward/reverse switching is not required.
The ground side MOSFET is in the on
state.
* The state IN1 = IN2 = high, PWM = L is illegal during motor operation.
* PWM pin (14pin) is active Low.
Notes
(1)The value of the power supply bypass capacitor C1 must be set so that the capacitor ripple current, which changes
with the motor current, remains within the allowable range.
(2) While the Vref2 pin is normally handled by being left open, note that the thermal protection circuit will no longer
operate if this pin is connected to ground or the P.S pin.
(3) Current is controlled by a constant-current chopping operation by transistors F1 and F2. The timing for the OUT1 or
OUT2 output voltage and the F1 or F2 drain current is shown below.
(4) Do not connect or wire any of the NC (unused) pins that appear in either the block diagram or the application circuit
examples to the circuit pattern on the PCB.
Vcc1-Vsat1
OUT1 or OUT2
Output voltage
GND
Peak Io
F1 or F2
(Set current value)
Drain current
30μs
Moter current
0A
Peak Io
(Set current value)
0A
No. A2265-5/12
STK681-360-E
(5)Since the response time of the ground side drive element during forward/reverse direction switching is a few tens of
microseconds, this product is not appropriate for H bridge applications. This device should only be used as a DC
motor driver.
(6)Timing Charts
IN1
IN2
PWM
Stop1
Forward
Reverse
Brake
Forward
Reverse
Brake
Stop1
Stop2
IN1
IN2
PWM
Stop1
Forward
Reverse
Forward
Stop2
Brake
Stop1
Reverse
Brake
(7)Smoke emission warning: This hybrid IC may emit smoke if it is used under conditions that exceed its specifications.
I/O Functions of Each Pin
Pin
name
Pin No
IN1
12
IN2
13
PWM
14
OUT1
8
Motor connection that outputs a source or sink current depending on the states of IN1 and IN2.
OUT2
Vref1a
Vref1b
6
16
18
Vref2
17
Motor connection that outputs a source or sink current depending on the states of IN1 and IN2.
The current setting voltage (Vref1) is used by connecting Vrefa to Vrefb
The peak Io level is determined by Io(peak) = Vref1 ÷ Rs.
This pin should normally be left open.
Connecting this pin to ground or the S.P pin disables the thermal protection circuit.
S.P
2
The Vref1 voltage can be reduced by connecting a resistor between Vref1 and the S.P pin.
RSO
3
This pin can be used to monitor the voltage across the current detection resistor Rs and is connected to the
RSI pin.
RSI
19
Input for the circuit that compares with Vref1. This pin is used connected to the RSO pin.
Functions
Input that controls the on/off state of F1 and F3.
When high: F1: on, F3: off, when low: F1: off, F3: on.
Input that controls the on/off state of F2 and F4.
When high: F2: on, F4: off, when low: F2: off, F4: on.
Input that forces F1 and F2 to the off state: when high F1 and F2 will be off.
When high F1 and F2 will be off, When low F1 and F2 will be on,
Configuration of I/O Pin
<IN1,IN2>
<PWM>
To connect
IN1 or IN2
Low side MOSFET gate
To
Comparator
IN1 : 12pin
IN2 : 13pin
Vcc2
RSO
To connect
Hi side MOSFET gate
PWM 14
GND
No. A2265-6/12
STK681-360-E
Package Dimensions
unit : mm
SIP19 29.2x14.4
CASE 127CF
ISSUE O
1
19
No. A2265-7/12
STK681-360-E
STK681-360-E
Technical data
1. Substrate temperature rise Tc -Internal average power loss PdAV characteristics
(no heat sink)
2. Average internal power loss (Pd) at DC - motor current (Io) characteristics.
3. Over temperature current suppression characteristics: Io – Tc.
4. Package power loss PdPK derating curve for the ambient temperature Ta.
5. Electrical characteristics
Vdf vs If
Vsat1 , Vsat2 vs Io
6. A.S.O(F1,F2,F3,F4)
No. A2265-8/12
STK681-360-E
1.Substrate temperature rise Tc-Internal average power loss PdAV characteristics (no heat sink)
Substrate temperature rise rise, Tc -°C
Substrate temperature rise, Tc (no heat sink) - Internal average power
dissipation, PdAV
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
Hybrid IC internal average power loss, PdAV - W
2. Average internal power loss (Pd) at DC - motor current (Io) characteristics.
STK681-360-E Average internal power loss Pd vs moter Io
Internal average power loss ,Pd W
3.5
3
Vcc1=24v
Vcc2=5.0v
2.5
2
1.5
High side loss
1
Low side loss
0.5
0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
6
Moter current Io(DC) A
3. Over temperature current suppression characteristics: Io – Tc.
STK681-360-E Over temperature current suppression characteristics
Io vs Tc < Load:2Ω + 5mH>
5.0
Average current Io A
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Operating substrate temperture Tc °C
100
110
120
The over temperature current suppression function protects the driver from destruction when
an abnormal motor locked (physically constrained) state occurs.
No. A2265-9/12
STK681-360-E
4. Package power loss PdPK derating curve for the ambient temperature Ta.
Package power loss, PdPK, refers to the average internal power loss, PdAV, allowable without a heat sink.
The figure below represents the allowable power loss, PdPK, vs. fluctuations in the ambient temperature, Ta.
Power loss of up to 3.1W is allowable at Ta=25C, and of up to 1.75W at Ta=60C.
* The package thermal resistance θc-a is 25.8°C/W.
Allowable power dissipation, PdPK (no heat sink) - Ambient temperature, Ta
Allowable power dissipation, PdPK - W
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Ambient temperature, Ta - °C
5. Electrical characteristics
<Vdf vs If>
<Vsat1 / Vsat2 vs Io>
STK681-360-E Vsat1, Vsat2-Io
1.4
1.2
1.2
1
1
Vsat1 , Vsat2 V
Vdf V
STK681-360-E Vdf-If
1.4
0.8
0.6
Vdf(High side)
0.4
Vdf(Low side)
0.2
Vsat1(High side)
Vsat2(Low side)
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Diode forward current If A
7
8
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Output current Io A
No. A2265-10/12
STK681-360-E
7. A.S.O(F1,F2,F3,F4)
STK681-360-E F1, F2 A.S.O
100
ID A
10
1ms
1
10ms
100ms
1s
0.1
1
10
100
VDS V (Tc=25°C ,Tj=150°C , 1pulse)
STK681-360-E F3, F4 A.S.O
100
ID A
10
1ms
1
10ms
100ms
1s
0.1
1
10
100
VDS V (Tc=25°C ,Tj=150°C , 1pulse)
No. A2265-11/12
STK681-360-E
ORDERING INFORMATION
Device
STK681-360-E
Package
SIP-19
(Pb-Free)
Shipping (Qty / Packing)
15 / Tube
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