CAT6500 D

CAT6500
3.0 A Power Selector Switch
Description
CAT6500 is an automatic power switch designed to select between
two power sources and direct that power to a load for battery charging
or system power.
CAT6500’s power inputs withstand voltages of up to 18 V and
protect the downstream load from voltages exceeding 7 V. In the event
of a polarity reversal at either input CAT6500’s internal power
switches will shut off to prevent discharge of the system’s internal
power source.
Low resistance power switches handle currents in excess of 3 A and
when OFF block current flow in both directions. CAT6500 can operate
in reverse mode in which internal system power is be directed to either
of the power input ports for powering an external device, such as a
USB On−The−Go appliance.
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WQFN−32
HVA SUFFIX
CASE 485BN
MARKING DIAGRAM
Features
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Autonomous Switching between 2 Power Sources
Withstands +18 V to −5 V on Either Power Input
80 mW Switches (typ.) for Low Power Loss
Reverse−Mode for Powering External Devices
Over Voltage Protection of Downstream Load
Compatible with USB−OTG Devices
32−Lead WQFN 4.4 mm x 4.4 mm Package
This Device is Pb−Free, Halogen Free/BFR Free and is RoHS
Compliant
6500
SSSS
ALYW
G
6500
SSSS
A
L
Y
W
G
= Specific Device Code
= Last Four Digits of Assembly Lot Number
= Assembly Location
= Wafer Lot Number (optional)
= Production Year
= Production Week
= Pb−Free Package
Typical Applications
• Mobile Phones
• PDAs
• Personal Navigation Devices
ORDERING INFORMATION
Device
CAT6500HVA−T2
PWR_OUT
PS1
SW1_STAT
PS2
Power Management IC
or Battery Charge
SW2_STAT
+
RM_EN1
−
CAT6500
VCC
Package
Shipping†
WQFN−32
(Pb−Free)
2,000/
Tape & Reel
†For information on tape and reel specifications,
including part orientation and tape sizes, please
refer to our Tape and Reel Packaging Specification
Brochure, BRD8011/D.
Li−Ion
RM_EN2
0.1 mF
PRIORITY
C1
Figure 1. Typical Application Circuit
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CAT6500
PS1 Detect
OVP Detect
−
+
−
+
−
+
SW1
150 mV
PS1
PWR_OUT
SW1_STAT
1.7 V
PWR_OUT
7V
Level
Shifter
VCC
C1
PRIORITY
Voltage
Source
Selection
Charge
Pump
Thermal
Shutdown
V Ref
Control
Logic
RM_EN1
RM_EN2
Level
Shifter
1.7 V
150 mV
SW2_STAT
7V
SW2
PS2
−
+
−
+
−
+
OVP Detect
PS2 Detect
GND
Figure 2. Simplified Block Diagram
PS1
PS1
PS1
PS1
NIC
PWR_OUT
PWR_OUT
PWR_OUT
PIN CONNECTIONS
32
1
PWR_OUT
PS1
PWR_OUT
PWR_OUT
SW1_STAT
36
SW2_STAT
PWR_OUT
PS1
PWR_OUT
PS2
GND
GND or
Floating
34
PS2
RM_EN1
35
33
NIC
RM_EN2
PRIORITY
PS2
NIC
NIC
C1
GND
NIC
VCC
NIC
PS2
PS2
PS2
(Top View)
Figure 3. Pin Connections w/Rear Pads Shown
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Table 1. PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Pin No.
Pin Name
Description
1, 2, 3, 4
PWR_OUT
5
NIC
No Internal Connection. A signal or voltage applied to this pin will have no effect on device operation.
6, 7, 8, 9, 10
PS2
Power Source #2. External power input
11, 12
NIC
No Internal Connection. A signal or voltage applied to this pin will have no effect on device operation.
13
VCC
Power input from battery.
14
GND
Ground. Reference point for all voltages.
15
C1
Filter capacitor for CAT6500’s internal power bus
16
NIC
No Internal Connection. A signal or voltage applied to this pin will have no effect on device operation.
17
NIC
No Internal Connection. A signal or voltage applied to this pin will have no effect on device operation.
18
PRIORITY
19
RM_EN2
20
GND
21
RM_EN1
22
PS1
23
SW2_STAT
Power Source 2 Status. An open drain LOW true logic level output indicating that the switch SW2 is
turned on.
24
SW1_STAT
Power Source 1 Status. An open drain LOW true logic level output indicating that the switch SW1 is
turned on.
25, 26, 27, 28
PS1
Power Source #1. External power input.
29
NIC
No Internal Connection. A signal or voltage applied to this pin will have no effect on device operation.
30, 31, 32
PWR_OUT
Power Output. Must be tied to PWR_OUT on opposite side of chip. Use all 3 pins each side.
33
PWR_OUT
Electrically active thermal pad. Does not need to be connected to other PWR_OUTs. Can be left floating but must not be connected to other signal paths or Ground.
34
PS2
Electrically active thermal pad. Does not need to be connected to other PS2 pins. Can be left floating
but must not be connected to other signal paths or Ground.
35
–
Mechanical support for control IC. This chip does not generate any significant heat and does not need
a separate heat sinking connection. Electrically this may be left floating or can be grounded. It should
NOT be connected to other signals or voltages.
36
PS1
Electrically active thermal pad. Does not need to be connected to other PS1 pins. Can be left floating
but must not be connected to other signal paths or Ground.
Power Output. Must be tied to PWR_OUT on opposite side of chip. Use all 3 pins each side.
Priority selects preferred power source when both PS1 and PS2 are powered.
Reverse Mode Enable 2. Overrides PRIORITY and turns SW2 ON.
Ground. Reference point for all voltages.
Reverse Mode Enable 1. Overrides PRIORITY and turns SW1 ON.
Power Source #1. External power input.
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Table 2. ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Parameter
Symbol
Pin
Range
Unit
VPS
PS1, PS2
−5.0 to 18
V
VCC,
VPWR_OUT
VCC, C1, PWR_OUT
−0.3 to 6.0
VL_IN
RM_ENx, PRIORITY
−0.3 to 6.0
V
Control Logic Output Range
VL_OUT
SW1_STAT, SW2_STAT
−0.3 to 6.0
V
Maximum Junction Temperature
TJ(max)
–
150
°C
TSTG
–
−65 to 150
°C
ESD Capability, Human Body Model (Note 2)
ESDHBM
ALL
2
kV
ESD Capability, Machine Model (Note 2)
ESDMM
ALL
200
V
TSLD
ALL
260
°C
Input Voltage Range (Note 1)
Control Logic Input Range
Storage Temperature Range
Lead Temperature Soldering
Reflow (SMD Styles Only), Pb−Free Versions (Note 3)
Stresses exceeding those listed in the Maximum Ratings table may damage the device. If any of these limits are exceeded, device functionality
should not be assumed, damage may occur and reliability may be affected.
1. Refer to ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS and APPLICATION INFORMATION for Safe Operating Area.
2. This device series incorporates ESD protection and is tested by the following methods:
ESD Human Body Model tested per AEC−Q100−002 (EIA/JESD22−A114)
ESD Machine Model tested per AEC−Q100−003 (EIA/JESD22−A115)
Latchup Current Maximum Rating: ≤ 150 mA per JEDEC standard: JESD78
3. For information, please refer to our Soldering and Mounting Techniques Reference Manual, SOLDERRM/D
Table 3. THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS (Note 4)
Symbol
Parameter
Thermal Characteristics, TDFN−32 4.4 x 4.4 mm
Thermal Resistance, Junction−to−Air, 1 sq. Inch, 1 oz. Copper Clad PCB
Thermal Resistance, Junction−to−Air, 1 sq. Inch, 2 oz. Copper Clad PCB
Value
Unit
°C/W
RθJA
59
54
4. Values based on copper area of 645 mm2 (or 1 in2) of 1 oz copper thickness and FR4 PCB substrate.
Table 4. RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
Parameter
Input Voltage PS1, PS2
Output Current
Control Logic; Inputs and Outputs
Ambient Temperature
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
VCC
1.6
5.5
V
VPWR_OUT
0
5.5
VPS1, VPS2
−5
7.7
IPWR_OUT
0
3.3
A
VL_IN, VL_OUT
0
5.5
V
TA
−40
+85
°C
Functional operation above the stresses listed in the Recommended Operating Ranges is not implied. Extended exposure to stresses beyond
the Recommended Operating Ranges limits may affect device reliability.
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Table 5. ELECTRICAL OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
(VCC = 3.9 V, C1 = 0.1 mF, unless otherwise noted. Typical values TA = 25°C, Min/Max values TA = −40°C to +85°C.)
Parameter
Test Conditions
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
PS1 or PS2 normal operation mode
VPS
1.6
3.9
7.7
V
PS1 or PS2 overvoltage protection mode
VPS
1.6
3.9
12
INPUT / OUTPUT
Input Voltage
VCC
VCC
2.5
3.9
5.5
Operating Current; SW1 and SW2 ON
Measured at VCC
RM_EN1 = 1, RM_EN2 = 1
1.7 V < PS1 < 2.4 V, 1.7 V < PS2 < 2.4 V
IVCC
−
85
120
mA
Quiescent Current; SW1 and SW2 OFF
Measured at VCC
PRIORITY = 1, RM_EN1 = 0, RM_EN2 = 0
PS1 < 1.5 V, PS2 < 1.5 V
IVCC
−
35
45
mA
Input Voltage Detect
PS1, PS2, voltage rising
VDETR
1.6
1.7
1.8
V
PS1, PS2, voltage falling
VDETF
0.1
0.15
0.3
Over Voltage Detection
PS1, PS2, voltage rising
VOVP
6.5
7.0
7.8
V
Over Voltage Hysteresis
PS1, PS2, voltage falling
VHYS
100
−
250
mV
Reverse Voltage Detect Threshold
PS1, PS2
VREV
−0.7
–
−1.0
V
Measured from PSx to PWR_OUT
PS1 or PS2 = 2.5 V, 5°C
RON
−
80
110
mW
PS1 or PS2 = 5 V, 25°C
−
−
−
PS1 or PS2 = 5 V, −40°C to +85°C
−
−
135
POWER SWITCHES
Switch Resistance; SW1, SW2
LOGIC
Input Threshold Voltage
Input Current
Voltage Increasing, Logic High
PRIORITY, RM_EN1, RM_EN2
Vth_HIGH
1.0
−
1.5
Voltage Decreasing, Logic Low
PRIORITY, RM_EN1, RM_EN2
Vth_LOW
0.4
−
0.8
IIN
−
10
20
−
10
20
PRIORITY, Pull−Up
RM_ENx, Pull−Down
V
mA
Output Current HIGH
VOH = VIN – 0.3 V
SW1_STAT, SW2_STAT
IOH
−
10
15
mA
Output Voltage LOW
IOL = 3.0 mA
SW1_STAT, SW2_STAT
VOL
−
0.3
0.4
V
TIMING
SW Turn−on Delay Time
Measured from rising edge of RM_ENx
to 10% of voltage at PSx; PSx = 2.0 V
tON_DLY
−
100
−
ms
SW Rise Time
Measured at PWR_OUT
10% to 90% of voltage applied at PSx
PS = 2.0 V
tRISE
−
200
300
ms
−
100
250
tOFF
−
−
25
ms
ms
Measured at PWR_OUT
10% to 90% of voltage applied at PSx
PS = 5 V
SW Turn−off Time
Measured at PWR_OUT
90% to 10% of voltage applied at PSx
Over Voltage Turn−off Time
PS = 0 V ³ 10 V
tOFF_OV1
−
10
−
PS = 5 V ³ 10 V
tOFF_OV2
−
10
−
Measured at PWR_OUT, OFF time during
transition from PS1 ³ PS2 or PS2 ³ PS1
tOFF_BBM
−
400
−
ms
Thermal Shutdown Temperature
TSD
–
145
–
°C
Thermal Shutdown Hysteresis
TSH
–
10
–
°C
Break−Before−Make Off Time
THERMAL SHUTDOWN
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RM_ENx
0
ON
PSx
tRISE
OFF
tON_DELAY
tOFF
Figure 4. Switch Timing
Case 2
Case 1
10 V
10 V
7V
7V
5V
5V
PSx
PSx
0V
0V
5V
5V
PWR_OUT
PWR_OUT
0V
0V
tOFF_OV1
tOFF_OV2
Figure 5. Overvoltage Turn−Off Timing
1
RM_EN1
0
1
RM_EN2
0
ON
PS1
OFF
ON
PS2
OFF
tOFF_BBM
tOFF_BBM
Figure 6. Break−Before−Make Switching
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TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
41
102
92
39
25°C
82
I SUPPLY (mA)
I SUPPLY (mA)
90°C
−40°C
72
62
90°C
33 25°C
−40°C
31
42
29
27
2
3
4
5
2
6
3
4
5
6
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 7. Operating Supply Current vs. VCC
Figure 8. Quiescent Supply Current vs. VCC
1.710
0.138
0.136
1.708
THRESHOLD VOLTAGE (V)
THRESHOLD VOLTAGE (V)
35
52
32
−40°C
1.706
1.704
1.702
90°C
1.700
25°C
1.698
2
3
0.132
0.130
25°C
0.128
0.126
0.124
0.122
4
5
90°C
2
6
3
4
5
6
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 9. PS_ Detect Threshold vs. VCC
Figure 10. PS_ Release Threshold vs. VCC
0.90
1.5
0.85
THRESHOLD VOLTAGE (V)
1.6
1.4
1.3
1.2
−40°C
1.1
−40°C
0.134
0.120
0.118
1.696
THRESHOLD VOLTAGE (V)
37
1.0
25°C
90°C
0.9
−40°C
25°C
0.80
90°C
0.75
0.70
0.65
0.60
0.55
0.50
0.8
0.45
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
2
3
4
5
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 11. Vth_HIGH vs. VCC
Figure 12. Vth_LOW vs. VCC
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7.12
95
7.10
90
SWITCH RESISTANCE (mW)
OVER−VOLTAGE THRESHOLD (V)
TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
7.08
−40°C
7.06
7.04
90°C
7.02
25°C
7.00
6.98
80
25°C
75
70
−40°C
65
60
55
50
6.96
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
2.0
6.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 13. Over−Voltage Threshold vs. VCC
Figure 14. Switch RON vs. VCC
350.08
5.5
6.0
12.80
−40°C
−40°C
SW TURN−OFF TIME (ms)
300.08
25°C
250.08
90°C
200.08
150.08
100.08
50.08
12.75
12.70
90°C
12.65
25°C
12.60
12.55
12.50
0.08
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 15. tON_DLY vs. VCC
Figure 16. tOFF vs. VCC
140.08
90°C
120.08
−40°C
25°C
100.08
tRISE (ms)
SW TURN−ON DELAY TIME (ms)
90°C
85
80.08
60.08
40.08
20.08
0.08
2
3
4
5
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 17. tRISE vs. VCC
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PIN FUNCTIONS
SW1, SW2
VCC
SW1 and SW2 are low ON resistance power FET switches
within CAT6500 and form the power transfer path between
PS1, PS2 and PWR_OUT. SW1 and SW2 are bidirectional
allowing for current to flow in either direction. They are
controlled by the digital inputs PRIORITY, RM_EN1,
RM_EN2. While they are not device pins they are defined
here in order to make pin functions more understandable.
VCC is an alternative power source for CAT6500 in the
event neither PS1 nor PS2 is powered or if CAT6500 is in
reverse−mode and is supplying power to an external device.
VCC supplies only CAT6500’s internal control logic
circuitry and is never routed to PS1, PS2 or PWR_OUT.
C1
CAT6500 can draw its operating current from several
different inputs and will switch between these sources as
they change or become available. To keep the chip’s internal
supply voltage stable during these transitions an external
filter capacitor is required. The recommended value for C1
is between 0.1 mF and 1.0 mF.
PS1, PS2
These are input pins for two external power sources which
supply power for battery charging and system operation. On
the basis of a PRIORITY input, CAT6500 will select from
PS1 or PS2 and route power to PWR_OUT. If power on the
preferred input is unavailable or the voltage is insufficient
and a suitable power source is available on the other power
input then CAT6500 will use the alternate source.
PS1 and PS2 can also supply power to external devices if
a reverse−mode command is given. In reverse−mode,
PWR_OUT becomes the power source and is connected to
either PS1 or PS2 in accord with the reverse−mode
command. It is possible for both PS1 and PS2 to be powered
simultaneously by PWR_OUT if commanded by the
reverse−mode inputs. This dual command state also allows
for power transfer between PS1 and PS2.
GND
The negative power input pin for CAT6500 and system
ground.
PRIORITY
PRIORITY is a logic signal input that directs power
source selection in forward mode if both PS1 & PS2 sources
of power are present at the same time. For PRIORITY low,
PS1 is selected. If only one source of power is present,
CAT6500 will default to that source.
PRIORITY can be overridden by a RM_ENx command in
which case the associated power FET SW1 or SW2 is turned
ON by the RM_EN command.
PWR_OUT
PWR_OUT is the common point between SW1 and SW2
and conducts power from either of these inputs to the
system’s power bus.
When used in reverse mode PWR_OUT can supply power
to an external load such as a USB device attached to PS1 or
PS2.
SW1_STAT, SW2_STAT
SW1_STAT and SW2_STAT are open drain LOW true
digital outputs indicating the operating state of Power
Switch 1 (SW1) and Power Switch 2 (SW2), where a LOW
indicates the switch is ON. SW1_STAT and SW2_STAT
may be pulled up to an external voltage greater than VCC or
greater than PSx as long as it does not exceed 5.5 V.
SW1_STAT and SW2_STAT are active in reverse−mode
and continue to indicate the operational status of SW1 and
SW2.
RM_EN1, RM_EN2
Reverse mode enable inputs are logic high signals which
will override autonomous voltage source selection and force
either SW1 or SW2 into an ON state. RM_EN1 and
RM_EN2 act independently of each other and therefore can
both be active at the same time.
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Description
if the voltage drops below 1.7 V as would CAT6500
otherwise do. This allows the power connection to be used
for signaling purposes as in USB On−The−Go where power
line signaling is used to request a transfer of bus Master
status between devices. When operating in reverse mode,
the SW1_STAT and SW2_STAT outputs are still active and
will reflect the switch conditions.
RM_EN1 and RM_EN2 are independent controls and can
be activated simultaneously, meaning both SW1 and SW2
can be conducting at the same time. This presents both
opportunities and hazards.
Having both switches ON allows for simultaneous
charging or powering of two devices from a single source;
a USB power source can charge and operate the device as
well as power an additional unit connected to the other PS
input. Or the device can power two external units attached
to PS1 and PS2.
The downside of this capability becomes apparent when
two operating power sources are present at the same time. If
both switches are ON the power sources will compete with
the stronger driving the weaker. For example; if a wall
charger is attached to PS1 and an active USB port to PS2,
with both SW1 and SW2 ON, the wall charger will likely
dominate and push power backwards into the USB port,
possibly elevating the USB bus voltage above allowable
limits.
Note: SW1 and SW2 are not current limited and can conduct
very high currents if short circuited. Current limiting
circuitry is advisable if short circuits are possible in the
intended application.
CAT6500 is an autonomous power selector switch
designed for portable device applications where either of
two power sources may be used for battery charging and
device operation. CAT6500 can operate in two distinct
modes, forward or reverse, depending on the states of the
RM_ENx inputs.
In forward mode, CAT6500 will automatically select from
the available power sources, PS1 or PS2, and direct one to
PWR_OUT.
In reverse mode, a system power rail connected to
PWR_OUT can source power to an external device attached
to either PS1 or PS2. This allows charging or powering of
other portable devices.
Power Source Selection
In forward mode, on−chip voltage detection circuitry
senses the presence of a suitable power source at power
inputs, PS1 and PS2. If both inputs are powered the
PRIORITY pin sets the preferred power source directs that
source to PWR_OUT. If only one of the two inputs is
powered then that power source is directed to PWR_OUT.
CAT6500 provides two status outputs SWx_STAT to
indicate the presence of a voltage at either PS1 or PS2. These
status outputs trigger at 1.7 V and are LOW true digital
outputs.
PRIORITY has an internal pull−up and defaults to a logic
HIGH if the pin is disconnected or left floating. Input
selection follows the truth table in Table 6.
CAT6500 draws its operating power from PS1 or PS2
when a voltage of 2.5 V or more is present. If no power is
present at PS1or PS2 or CAT6500 is in reverse mode, power
will be drawn from VCC.
CAT6500 provides overvoltage protection to circuitry
downstream from the chip by limiting input voltages to 7 V.
Should the voltage at PS1 or PS2 rise above 7 V then
PWR_OUT will be disconnected from the power source
until the voltage returns to safe levels.
CAT6500 provides similar protection for reverse polarity
voltages down to −5 V.
Entering and Exiting Reverse Mode
When entering or exiting Reverse Mode, it is
recommended that power applied to PWR_OUT be
sequenced with the enabling/disabling signal. It is best to
enter Reverse Mode with PWR_OUT at 0 V and apply
power after the logic control. Similarly on exiting Reverse
Mode, power should be taken to 0 V and then the switch
disabled.
1
Reverse Mode Operation
The RM_ENx inputs allow CAT6500 to operate the power
switches in reverse mode where the PWR_OUT becomes
the supply powering PS1 and/or PS2. When RM_EN1 is
logic high, SW1 switch is turned on and PWR_OUT is
connected to PS1. When RM_EN2 is logic high, SW2
switch is turned on and PWR_OUT is connected to PS2. The
switch connection remains on until the PWR_OUT voltage
decreases all the way to 0 V (below 0.1 V typical) regardless
of the state of the associated RM_ENx input.
RM_EN is not affected by the voltage levels seen at PS1
or PS2 as PRIORITY and will not switch OFF automatically
RM_EN
0
VOUT
PWR_OUT
0V
Figure 18. Entering and Exiting Reverse Mode
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Over−Voltage
initiates turning it ON, but the delay associated with turning
ON the switch is very long compared to the overvoltage
comparator’s response time. The resulting voltage transient
at PWR_OUT is very small to non−existent because the FET
switch never gets the chance to turn fully ON.
Case 2 assumes voltage is applied to a PS input and the
internal FET switch is ON. If for some reason the applied
voltage surges above the overvoltage threshold the FET will
be turned OFF but a transient will be seen at PWR_OUT.
The degree to which the voltage at PWR_OUT exceeds the
overvoltage threshold depends upon the rate of voltage rise
at PS compared to the comparator’s response time.
CAT6500 is tolerant to negative voltages as well and shuts
OFF SW1 and SW2 when either PS1 or PS2 goes negative
by more than 0.7 V.
CAT6500 is designed to withstand input voltages of up to
18 V on the PS1 or PS2 inputs. In the event of such a fault
condition, SW1 or SW2, whichever is exposed to the fault
will shut OFF. This fault protection is voltage sensitive,
activating at 7 V typically and overrides control inputs
PRIORITY, RM_EN1 and RM_EN2.
The response time of the over voltage detection circuit is
constant and independent of the rise time of the overvoltage
event, however the voltage transient seen at PWR_OUT will
vary depending upon the operating conditions at the time of
the event. Case 1 and Case 2 of Figure 5 illustrates this. In
Case 1, an overvoltage is applied to a PS input as would
happen if a malfunctioning or improper charger were used
to recharge a handheld appliance. The internal FET switch
is initially off and the application of voltage at the PS input
Table 6. POWER SWITCH CONTROL AND SELECTION
Inputs
Connections
Outputs
PS1
PS2
RM_EN1
RM_EN2
PRIORITY
SW1
SW2
PWR_OUT
SW1_STAT
SW2_STAT
L
L
0
0
X
0
0
0
1
1
H
L
0
0
1
0
PS1
0
1
L
H
0
0
0
1
PS2
1
0
H
H
0
0
1
0
PS1
0
1
H
L
0
0
1
0
PS1
0
1
L
H
0
0
0
1
PS2
1
0
H
H
0
0
0
1
PS2
1
0
PWR_OUT
Hi−Z
1
0
1
0
X
0
1
0
1
X
1
0
1
1
X
0
0
0 = Open
1 = Closed
Hi−Z
PWR_OUT
0
1
PWR_OUT
PWR_OUT
1
1
L ≤ 1.7 V
H ≥ 1.7 V
for voltage rising at PS
0
1
X
Default = 0
Default = 1
if left floating
if left floating
Break−Before−Make Switching
Thermal Considerations
When switching between power sources either under
automatic control (PRIORITY) or in override (RM_EN),
CAT6500 disables the active switch before the new
connection is made. This ensures there will be no unintended
cross conduction between PS1 and PS2. Even when SW1
and SW2 are commanded to be ON simultaneously there is
a brief interval when both SW1 and SW2 are OFF. Figure 6
illustrates this.
Under normal operating conditions SW1 and SW2 will
dissipate some amount of heat which is a function of the
current through the switch and RON. Typical heating curves
are shown in Figure 19.
CAT6500 is protected against overheating by an internal
temperature sensor. Should the chip’s temperature reach
145°C CAT6500 will shut off both power switches until the
die temperature drops to below approximately 135°C, at
which time the power switches will be returned to their
original operating state. If the temperature again exceeds the
thermal shutdown limit both switches will be disabled and
this cycling will continue until current flowing through the
switch is reduced, the load is removed or the switch is turned
off under system control.
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CAT6500
2.5
POWER DISSIPATION (W)
135 mW
2.0
110 mW
1.5
1.0
85 mW
0.5
0
0
1
2
3
SWITCH CURRENT (A)
4
Figure 19. Power Dissipation vs. Switch Current and
Resistance
2.4
66
Power curve with PCB cu thk 2.0 oz
2.2
64
Power curve with PCB cu thk 1.0 oz
2.0
62
60
1.6
qJA curve with PCB cu thk (no vias) 1.0 oz
1.4
58
1.2
56
1.0
qJA curve with PCB cu thk (no vias) 2.0 oz
54
0.8
52
0
100
200
300
400
500
Copper Heat Spreader Area (mm2)
Figure 20. qJA vs. Copper Heat Spreader Area
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600
0.6
700
Power (W)
qJA (°C/W)
1.8
CAT6500
PACKAGE DIMENSIONS
WQFN32 4.4x4.4, 0.4P
CASE 485BN
ISSUE A
PIN ONE
REFERENCE
ÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇ
NOTES:
1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ASME
Y14.5M, 1994.
2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: MILLIMETERS.
3. DIMENSION b APPLIES TO PLATED TERMINAL
AND IS MEASURED BETWEEN 0.15 AND 0.25 MM
FROM THE TERMINAL TIP.
4. COPLANARITY APPLIES TO THE EXPOSED PAD
AS WELL AS THE TERMINALS.
5. POSITIONAL TOLERANCE APPLIES TO ALL OF
THE EXPOSED PADS.
B
A
D
L
L
L1
E
DETAIL A
ALTERNATE TERMINAL
CONSTRUCTIONS
0.15 C
ÉÉÉ
ÉÉÉ
ÇÇÇ
EXPOSED Cu
0.15 C
TOP VIEW
A
A3
0.10 C
A1
DETAIL B
ALTERNATE
CONSTRUCTIONS
0.08 C
DETAIL B
NOTE 4
A1
SIDE VIEW
C
ÉÉ
ÉÉ
ÇÇ
A3
MOLD CMPD
SEATING
PLANE
DIM
A
A1
A3
b
D
D2
D3
E
E2
E3
e
F
L
L1
MILLIMETERS
MIN
MAX
0.70
0.80
0.00
0.05
0.20 REF
0.15
0.25
4.40 BSC
1.30
1.50
1.25
1.45
4.40 BSC
1.70
1.90
0.90
1.10
0.40 BSC
1.55 BSC
0.30
0.50
0.05
0.15
NOTE 5
0.10
F
2X
C A B
M
F
D2
2X
RECOMMENDED
MOUNTING FOOTPRINT
D3
9
DETAIL A
NOTE 5
0.10
M
2X
17
F
2X
4.70
3.22
C A B
1.52
2X
1.47
E2
1
2X 1.92
F
2X
E3
32X
L
e
25
32X
e/2
BOTTOM VIEW
2X
3.22
1
b
0.10
M
C A B
0.05
M
C
1.12
PACKAGE
OUTLINE
0.40
PITCH
NOTE 3
4.70
32X
32X
0.25
0.58
DIMENSIONS: MILLIMETERS
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