AK8779B

[AK8779B]
AK8779B
Hall Effect IC for Pulse Encoders
1.
General Description
The AK8779B is a Hall effect latch which detects both “vertical” and “horizontal” (perpendicular and
parallel to the marked side of the package) magnetic fields at the same time. The OUTA and OUTB
outputs are switched according to the vertical and horizontal magnetic fields applied to the device. The
AK8779B is for use in the incremental pulse encoders or rotational detection systems.
2.





Supply Voltage:
Operation Temperature:
Sensitivity (Vertical):
Sensitivity (Horizontal):
Two Outputs:

Package:
Features
3.8 to 24V
40 to 150ºC
±2.0mT(Typ.), ±4.0mT(Max.)
±2.0mT(Typ.), ±4.0mT(Max.)
OUTA (vertical magnetic field detection)
OUTB (horizontal magnetic field detection)
6-pin SOP Type (RoHS Compliant, Halogen free)
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3.
Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
General Description ............................................................................................................................ 1
Features .............................................................................................................................................. 1
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................ 2
Block Diagram and Functions ............................................................................................................. 3
4.1. Block Diagram.............................................................................................................................. 3
4.2. Functions ..................................................................................................................................... 3
5. Pin Configurations and Functions ....................................................................................................... 4
5.1. Pin Configurations ....................................................................................................................... 4
5.2. Functions ..................................................................................................................................... 4
6. Absolute Maximum Ratings ................................................................................................................ 4
7. Recommended Operating Conditions................................................................................................. 5
8. Electrical Characteristics ..................................................................................................................... 5
9. Magnetic Characteristics..................................................................................................................... 5
10.
Operating Characteristics ................................................................................................................ 6
10.1. Definition of Vertical Magnetic Field .............................................................................................. 6
10.2. Definition of Horizontal Magnetic Field .......................................................................................... 6
10.3. Behaviors of OUTA and OUTB Signals when a Rotating Magnetic Field Is Applied on The
AK8779B ................................................................................................................................................. 7
11.
Functional Timing ............................................................................................................................ 8
12.
Recommended External Circuit ...................................................................................................... 9
13.
Typical Characteristics Data (for reference).................................................................................. 10
14.
Package ..........................................................................................................................................11
14.1. Outline Dimensions ......................................................................................................................11
14.2. Material of Terminals ....................................................................................................................11
14.3. Land Pattern ................................................................................................................................ 12
14.4. Marking ........................................................................................................................................ 12
IMPORTANT NOTICE .......................................................................................................................... 13
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4.
Block Diagram and Functions
4.1. Block Diagram
VDD
0.1mF
REGULATOR
VSS
BIAS
OSC
HE_DRIVE
TIMING LOGIC
VREG
CHOP_AMP
COMP
LATCH & LOGIC
CHOPPER_SW
OUTA
OUTB
HALL SENSORS
Figure 1. AK8779B Block Diagram
4.2. Functions
Table 1. Circuit configuration
Block Name
Function
REGULATOR
Generate internal operating voltage.
HALL SENSORS
Two Hall elements fabricated by CMOS process.
CHOPPER_SW
Hall sensor drive switch.
Perform chopping in order to cancel the offset of Hall sensor.
CHOP_AMP
Amplify two Hall sensor output voltages with summation and subtraction
circuit.
COMP
Hysteresis comparator.
BIAS
Generate bias current to internal circuits.
HE_DRIVE
Generate bias current for Hall sensors.
OSC
Generate operational clock.
TIMING LOGIC
Generate timing signal for internal circuits.
LATCH & LOGIC
Logical circuits and open drain driver.
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5.
Pin Configurations and Functions
5.1. Pin Configurations
Line Marking
6
5
4
1
2
3
Figure 2. Pin Layout
5.2. Functions
Table 2. Description of pin name and function
Pin No. Pin Name
I/O
Function
1
OUTB
O
Output pin (relating to the horizontal magnetic field)
2
TAB
(TAB pin)
3
OUTA
O
Output pin (relating to the vertical magnetic field)
4
VDD
Power Supply pin
5
TAB
(TAB pin)
6
VSS
Ground pin (GND)
Description
Open Drain
(* 1)
Open Drain
(* 1)
* 1. The TAB pin should be connected to the VSS pin.
6.
Table 3. Absolute maximum ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Supply Voltage
VDD
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Min.
0.3
Max.
32
Unit
V
Output Voltage
VOUT
0.3
32
V
Output Current
Storage Temperature
ISINK
TSTG
55
20
150
mA
ºC
Description
VSS = 0V
OUTA pin, OUTB pin
VSS = 0V
OUTA pin, OUTB pin
Operation at or beyond these limits may result in permanent damage to the device. Normal operation is
not guaranteed at these extremes.
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7.
Recommended Operating Conditions
Table 4. Recommended operating conditions
Parameter
Symbol
Supply Voltage
VDD
Output Current
ISINK
Operation Temperature
Ta
8.
Min.
3.8
Typ.
12
40
Max.
24
15
150
Unit
V
mA
ºC
Electrical Characteristics
Table 5. Electrical characteristics at VDD = 3.8 to 24V, Ta = 40 to 150ºC
Symbol
Parameter
Min. Typ. Max. Unit Description
Current Consumption
IDD
1.7
3.5
6.2
mA VDD = 3.8 to 24V
Current Consumption (2)
IDD2
1.7
3.5
6.0
mA VDD = 3.8 to 18V
Output Saturation Voltage
VSAT
0.4
V
OUTA pin, OUTB pin, ISINK = 15mA
Output Leak Current
ILEAK
10
µA
OUTA, OUTB pin = VDD
Output Refresh Period
Tp
5.0
8.3
16.7
µs
9.
Magnetic Characteristics
Table 6. Magnetic characteristics at VDD = 3.8 to 24V, Ta = 40 to 150ºC
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Operate point of vertical magnetic field
BopV
0.5
2.0
Release point of vertical magnetic field
BrpV
4.0
2.0
Operate point of horizontal magnetic field
BopH
0.5
2.0
Release point of horizontal magnetic field
BrpH
4.0
2.0
Hysteresis
BhV, BhH
2.0
4.0
Magnetic offset
BoffV, BoffH
0.0
1.1
Max.
4.0
0.5
4.0
0.5
6.4
+1.1
Unit
mT
mT
mT
mT
mT
mT
Description
(* 2)
(* 2)
(* 3)
(* 3)
(* 2, * 3, * 4)
(* 2, * 3, * 5)
* 2. Horizontal magnetic flux density is zero.
* 3. Vertical magnetic flux density is zero
* 4. Bh = Bop – Brp
* 5. Boff = (Bop + Brp) / 2
OUTA/OUTB signal
Bh/2
Bh/2
N
B
0
Brp
S
Boff
Bop
Figure 3. Definition of Bh and Boff
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10. Operating Characteristics
10.1. Definition of Vertical Magnetic Field
The OUTA signal switches ‘L’ (ON) when the magnetic field perpendicular to the marking side of the
package exceeds BopV. When the magnetic field is reduced below BrpV, the OUTA goes ‘H’ (OFF).
Otherwise; that is, in case of the magnetic field strength is greater than BrpV and smaller than BopV;
OUTA keeps its status.
OUTA signal
Line Marking
BhV
N
0
BrpV
BopV
B
S
Figure 4. Switching behavior of OUTA signal when vertical magnetic field is applied
10.2. Definition of Horizontal Magnetic Field
The OUTB signal switches ‘L’ (ON) when the magnetic field parallel to the marking side of the package
exceeds BopH. When the magnetic field is reduced below BrpH, the OUTB goes ‘H’ (OFF). Otherwise;
that is, in case of the magnetic field strength is greater than BrpH and smaller than BopH; OUTB keeps
its status.
OUTB signal
Line Marking
BhH
N
BrpH
0
BopH
B
S
Figure 5. Switching behavior of the OUTB signal when horizontal magnetic field is applied
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10.3. Behaviors of OUTA and OUTB Signals when a Rotating Magnetic Field Is Applied
on The AK8779B
Direction chenged
Vertical M. F. D.
Direction chenged
BopV
0
t
BrpH 0
t
BrpV
BopH
Horizontal M. F. D.
Supply Voltage VDD
0
t
OUTA Signal
(Vertical)
0
t
OUTB Signal
(Horizontal)
0
Undefined ("H" or "L")
t
Figure 6. Behaviors of OUTA and OUTB Signals with Rotating Magnetic Field
* M.F.D. = Magnetic Flux Density
* The indeterminate output state appears only in the powering up of this device.
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11. Functional Timing
Tp: 8.3μs (Typ.)
Sampling Cycle
t
Vertical M.F.D.
BopV
0
BrpV
t
Horizontal M.F.D.
BopH
0
t
BrpH
OUTA Signal
(Vertical)
0
t
0
t
OUTB Signal
(Horizontal)
Figure 7. Output Signal Timing Diagram
Sampling
Cycle
Sampling
Cycle
t
t
M.F.D
M.F.D
BopV, BopH
0
BrpV, BrpH
BopV, BopH
0
BrpV, BrpH
t
4μs(Typ.)
OUTA Signal
OUTB Signal
50%VDD
t
4μs(Typ.)
OUTA Signal
OUTB Signal
t
50%VDD
t
Figure 8. Output Signal Timing Diagram (in detail)
* M.F.D. = Magnetic Flux Density
* VDD = 12V, RL = 10kΩ, CL = 20pF
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12. Recommended External Circuit
0.1μF
VSS
4
VDD
Top View
OUTB
1
OUTA
2
3
10kΩ
GND
5
10kΩ
6
VDD
Output
(OUTA)
Output
(OUTB)
Figure 9. Recommended External Circuit
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13. Typical Characteristics Data (for reference)
4
4
BopV
BrpV
3
2
BopH, BrpH [mT]
BopV, BrpV [mT]
2
1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-25
0
25
50
75
100
0
-1
-2
-3
125
150
-50
-25
0
25
50
75
100
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
BopV, BrpV vs. Ta (VDD= 3.8V)
BopH, BrpH vs. Ta (VDD= 3.8V)
4
125
4
BopV
BrpV
3
150
BopH
BrpH
3
2
2
BopH, BrpH [mT]
BopV, BrpV [mT]
1
-4
-50
1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-50
-25
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
-50
-25
0
25
50
75
100
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
BopV, BrpV vs. Ta (VDD= 12V)
BopH, BrpH vs. Ta (VDD= 12V)
4
125
4
BopV
BrpV
3
150
BopH
BrpH
3
2
BopH, BrpH [mT]
2
BopV, BrpV [mT]
BopH
BrpH
3
1
0
-1
-2
-3
1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-4
-50
-25
0
25
50
75
100
125
-50
150
-25
0
25
50
75
100
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
BopV, BrpV vs. Ta (VDD= 24V)
BopH, BrpH vs. Ta (VDD= 24V)
125
150
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
3.8V
12V
24V
IDD [mA]
IDD [mA]
Figure 10. Temperature Dependence of Bop, Brp
-50
-25
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
Ambient temperature Ta [℃]
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
40℃
25℃
50℃
150℃
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
VDD [V]
IDD vs. Ta (in various VDD)
IDD vs. VDD (in various Ta)
Figure 11. Temperature Dependence of Current Consumption
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14. Package
14.1. Outline Dimensions
6-pin SOP (Unit: mm)
Figure 12. Outline Dimensions
* The center of the sensitive are is located within a φ0.3mm circle.
* Lead flatness: The standoff differences among terminals are Max. 0.1mm.
* The sensor part is located at 0.71mm (Typ.) deep from the marked surface.
14.2. Material of Terminals
Material:
Plating:
Thickness:
Cu alloy
Sn 100%
10µm (Typ.)
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14.3. Land Pattern
Unit: mm
Figure 13. Land Pattern
14.4. Marking
Line Marking
6
5
4
Marking is performed by laser.
Product name
Date code
BYWWL
1
2
B(AK8779B)
YWWL
Y: Manufactured Year
WW: Manufactured Week
L: Lot Number
3
Figure 14. Marking
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