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Datasheet
AS3492
Highly Efficient 2-10 LEDs Backlight Driver with 2 PWM Inputs
1 General Description
2 Key Features
2
MHz DCDC Boost converter
- Small 4.7µH external coil
- Very high system efficiency of 86% (DCDC and
current sources combined)
- Very low voltage changes on output to avoid
acoustic noise on output capacitor even with PWM
- Smooth startup even under low duty cycle PWM
conditions
Five Current sources up to 25mA
- Low voltage compliance (150mV)
- High side current source to simplify layout and
thermal management of the LEDs
- Automatically detect and disable failing or not used
LEDs to keep efficiency high
- Current matching <4%
- Current accuracy <7.5%
Excellent LED current output ripple <500µA
Support DLS (Dynamic Luminance Scaling or DBC)
Undervoltage lockout and overcurrent protection
Overtemperature protection
Available in a tiny WL-CSP package
- 3x4 balls, 0.4mm pitch, 1.7x1.4x0.5mm
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The AS3492 is an inductive highly efficient DCDC boost
converter. The DCDC converter operates at a fixed frequency of 2MHz and includes soft startup to allow easy
integration into noise sensitive RF systems. A predictable startup is guaranteed even with very low duty cycle
PWM input signals. The voltage on the output capacitor
is controlled to minimize ripple and to avoid any acoustic
effects for low frequency PWM input signals.
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The output of the DCDC converter is used for five current sources connected to up to 10 LEDs. If a current
source is not required, it shall be connected to VOUT or
GND - the AS3492 detects this condition and disables
this current source automatically; this keeps the efficiency of the system constantly high.
The AS3492 is controlled by two enable inputs, ON13
and ON45. These inputs can also be used to connect a
PWM input (like DLS or DBC).
The AS3492 includes several protection functions like
undervoltage lockout, overcurrent and overtemperature.
No microvias are required to assemble the AS3492 if
only four channels are used and ON13=ON45.
3 Applications
Figure 1. AS3492 Typical Operating Circuit
Display backlight driver for mobile phones, digital cameras, PND and PMPs.
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The AS3492 is available in a space-saving WL-CSP
package measuring only 1.7x1.4x0.5mm and operates
over the -30ºC to +85ºC temperature range.
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4 Pinout
Pin Assignment
Figure 2. Pin Assignments (Top View)
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Pin Description
Table 1. WL-CSP12 Pin Description
Pin Number
Pin Name
Description
A1
VIN
Positive supply voltage input - connect to supply and make a short connection
to input capacitor CVIN
ISET
External current set resistor, forced to 1.25V in operation - LED current
typically 400xISET current
LED1
Current source output 1 - controlled by ON13
ON13
Digital input pin - enable input active high for current sources D1...D3
ON45
Digital input pin - enable input active high for current sources D4...D5 ,
LED2
Current source output 2 - controlled by ON13
A2
A3
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B3
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GND
Supply ground - connect to supply and make a short connection to input
capacitor CVIN and CVOUT
LED5
Current source output 5 - controlled by ON45
C3
LED3
Current source output 3 - controlled by ON13
D1
SW
D2
VOUT
DCDC converter output - make a short connection to capacitor COUT
D3
LED4
Current source output 4 - controlled by ON45
C1
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DCDC converter switching node
1. If ON13 and ON45 are low, the AS3492 enters shutdown.
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5 Absolute Maximum Ratings
Stresses beyond those listed in Table 2 may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only,
and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in Table 3, “Electrical
Characteristics,” on page 4 is not implied. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods may
affect device reliability.
Table 2. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Min
Max
Units
VIN, ON13, ON45 and ISET to GND
-0.3
+7.0
V
+0.3
V
11
V
+0.3
V
internal protection diodes to VOUT
+100
+IIN
mA
Norm: EIA/JESD78
-0.3
SW, LED1...LED5 to VOUT
Input Pin Current without causing latchup
-100
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Continuous Power Dissipation (TA = +70ºC)
internal protection diodes to VIN
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ON13, ON45 and ISET to VIN
SW, VOUT, LED1...LED5 to GND
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Parameter
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Continuous power dissipation
870
mW
PT at TAMB=70ºC
Continuous power dissipation derating factor
11.67
mW/ºC
PDERATE
ESD HBM
±2000
V
Norm: JEDEC JESD22-A114F
ESD CDM
±500
V
Norm: JEDEC JESD 22-C101E
ESD MM
±100
V
Norm: JEDEC JESD 22-A115-B
+125
ºC
+125
ºC
2
Electrostatic Discharge
Temperature Ranges and Storage Conditions
Junction Temperature
Storage Temperature Range
-55
Humidity
5
Body Temperature during Soldering
Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL)
85
%
Non condensing
+260
ºC
according to IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020
Represents a max. floor life time of
unlimited
MSL 1
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1. Depending on actual PCB layout and PCB used
2. PDERATE derating factor changes the total continuous power dissipation (PT) if the ambient temperature is not
70ºC. Therefore for e.g. TAMB=85ºC calculate PT at 85ºC = PT - PDERATE * (85ºC - 70ºC)
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6 Electrical Characteristics
VVIN = +2.5V to +5.5V, TAMB = -30ºC to +85ºC, unless otherwise specified. Typical values are at VVIN = +3.7V, TAMB =
+25ºC, unless otherwise specified.
Table 3. Electrical Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
Condition
Min
Typ
2.5
3.7
Max
Unit
VVIN
Supply Voltage
VVIN_REDUC
ED
Supply Voltage
reduced performance
not all parameters within specification
ISHUTDOWN
Shutdown Current
ON13=0V, ON45=0V
0.5
IVIN
Operating Current
no load, PWM Normal mode
250
TAMB
Operating
Temperature
2.0
automatically regulated
25
VVIN+
0.3V
85
VVOUT
_MAX
Load current
VOUT<7.5V
VVIN=3.7V, TAMB = +25ºC,
LED mismatch <= 30mV,
VLED=3.0V
Overall Efficiency
ILOAD=50mA
V
100
mV
mA
86
85
ILOAD=100mA
All internal timings are derived from this
oscillator
Operating Frequency
70
0.0
ILOAD=75mA
ºC
140
VVOUT_RIPP Voltage VOUT due to identical signal for ON13 and ON45; DCDC not
LE_PWM
PWM signal
in pulseskip or current limit
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µA
µA
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Output Voltage VOUT
ILOAD
V
V
all other conditions with ON13=ON45
fCLK
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DCDC Converter parameters
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General Operating Conditions
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%
86
-10%
2.0
+10%
MHz
Minimum on-time
60
ns
MDC
Maximum Duty Cycle
90
%
RSW_P
DCDC Switch
SW - VOUT
0.5
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RSW_N
DCDC Switch
SW - GND
0.5
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7.0
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tMIN_ON
Output voltage soft start
tVOUT_START
START
Startup with PWM
Maximum duration between PWM pulses
during startup; see Figure 17 on page 11
10
DCDC timeout time
if ON13 and ON45=0 for tTIMEOUT, the DCDC is
stopped and the AS3492 enters shutdown
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_MAX
tTIMEOUT
measured from first high signal on ON13 or
ON45
VOUT startup voltage
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VVOUT_
softstart time
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48
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Current Sources
VLED1..5
LED1...LED5 output
voltage range
2.6
x2
ILED1..5
LED1...LED5 output
current range
0.0
25.0
mA
ILED1..5
LED1...LED5 current
1
source accuracy
-7.5
+7.5
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Table 3. Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
Parameter
Condition
Min
ILED1..5
LED1...LED5 current
source matching
ILED1..5 = 20mA
-4.0
ILED1..5
LED1...LED5 ripple
current
BW=10MHz
LED1...LED5
2
linearity
ILED=20mA,
PWM frequency 300Hz
MATCH
RIPPLE
ILED1..5
PWMLIN
Max
Unit
+4.0
%
ILED > 5mA
10
% of
ILED
ILED < 5mA
500
µA
PWM>=25/255
-2
25/255>
PWM>=1/255
-10
Typ
PWM input frequency
on pin ON13 or ON45
100
300
ILED1..5
LEAKAGE
LED1...LED5 leakage
current
current source off, TAMB < +50ºC
-0.5
0
VILED_COMP
LED1...LED5 current
source voltage
compliance
Minimum voltage between pin VOUT and
3
LED1...LED5, ILED<20mA
100
+2
%
+10
%
800
Hz
+0.5
µA
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Current Reference (pin ISET)
VISET
ISET voltage
1.25
V
ILED2ISET
LED current to
ISETcurrent
400
A/A
Protection Functions (see page 12)
VVOUT_MAX
VOUT overvoltage
protection
VVOUT_OPE
VOUT open LED
detection threshold
Voltage level on VOUT where open LED
detection is performed
VLED_OPEN
VVLED1..5 open
detection
VLED_SHORT
V
8.5
8.8
V
an open LED is assumed if the voltage on the
current source is less than VLED_OPEN and
VOUT=VVOUT_OPENLED
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125
mV
VLED1..5 short
detection
voltage on LED1..5 where a shorted LED is
assumed
0.95
tLED_ERROR
_DEB_OPEN
VLED1..5 open
debounce time
Open LED detection debounce time
4.8
µs
tLED_ERROR
_DEB_SHORT
VLED1..5 short
debounce time
Short LED detection debounce time
4
9.0
µs
ILIMIT
Current Limit for coil
LSW (Pin SW)
685
mA
TOVTEMP
Overtemperature
Protection
Overtemperature
Hysteresis
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10.0
NLED
8.6
VUVLO
Undervoltage Lockout
8.0
510
600
V
144
ºC
5
ºC
Junction temperature
Falling VVIN
1.8
1.9
2.1
V
Rising VVIN
VUVLO
+0.05
2.2
2.3
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VIH
High Level Input
Voltage
1.07
VVIN
V
VIL
Low Level Input
Voltage
0.0
0.68
V
RPULLDOWN
Pulldown resistor
1.8V on pad
90
250
k
1. Excluding variation of external resistor RISET; voltage difference between any set of drivers less than 200mV
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2. Note: It is not recommended to operate the current sources at minimum duty cycle with low LED currents.
3. The dcdc output voltage VOUT is regulated to 150mV above the maximum LED voltage (LED1...LED5) to guarantee proper operation of the current with output voltage ripple and undershoots (e.g. due to PWM or supply
voltage changes)
4. The short LED detection debounce time is longer than the open LED detection debounce time to allow the parasitic capacitance of the LED to charge above VLED_SHORT within this time and avoid wrong triggering of short
LED detection.
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7 Typical Operating Characteristics
VBAT = 3.7V, TA = +25ºC (unless otherwise specified).
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90
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80
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Figure 3. DCDC Efficiency vs. VBAT
70
70
65
65
VLED=7.67V, ILEDs=98mA
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2,9
3,3
VLED=7.5V, ILEDs=73.5mA
VLED=7.5V, ILEDs=49mA
VLED=7.5V, ILEDs=49mA
55
VLED=7.67V, ILEDs=98mA
60
VLED=7.5V, ILEDs=73.5mA
3,7
4,1
4,5
4,9
55
2,5
5,3
Figure 5. Efficiency vs. Load Current
95
90
Efficiency (%)
85
80
75
70
65
2,9
3,3
3,7
4,1
4,5
4,9
5,3
Input Voltage (V)
Input Voltage (V)
Figure 6. Startup with PWM, 20% duty cycle
LED Eff iciency (PLED/ PVIN)
60
55
0
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DCDC Ef ficiency
(PDCDC/PVIN)
50
75
100
125
ILED(s) (mA) - combined
Figure 8. DCDC Switching Waveforms
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Figure 10. VIN line transient 10µs (ILOAD=100mA)
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Figure 9. Open LED Detection Waveform
Figure 12. ILED ripple (ILOAD=100mA)
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Figure 11. VOUT ripple with PWM
Figure 13. ILED vs. RISET
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2,050
ILED [mA]
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Figure 14. fosc vs.VIN
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ILED
mA
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fosc
[MHz]
10
1,975
5
-30deg
85deg
ILED=VISET/RISET*ILED2ISET
0
0
25
50
75
100
125
25deg
150
175
200
1,950
2,3
RISET [kOhm]
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Figure 15. Current Error vs. duty cycle (ILED=25mA)
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8 Detailed Description
The AS3492 is a high performance DCDC step up converter and five current sources in a small WL-CSP12 package.
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The LED configuration is done in up to five strings , each strings using two LEDs in series . This configuration results
in excellent application efficiency even using very small external components (capacitors and coil). The device is controlled by ON13 and ON45. A high levels on these inputs enables the DCDC and the current sources. ON13 and ON45
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can be used as PWM inputs to accurately control the LED brightness.
Internal Circuit
Figure 16. AS3492 internal circuit
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The target application is to use the AS3492 for highly efficient backlight driver (display and/or keypad backlight).
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The AS3492 includes a fixed frequency DCDC step-up with accurate startup control. It is enabled by the input pin
ON13 and ON45 and controls the LED current with five current sources. These input can be used as PWM inputs to
control the brightness in two groups:
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- a high level on ON13 enables LED1, LED2 and LED3
- a high level on ON45 enables LED4 and LED5.
The current is adjustable by an external resistor RISET.
1. Unused strings shall be connected to VOUT or GND.
2. Single LED strings can be mixed with dual LED strings as long as each of the two groups (LED1...LED3,
LED4...LED5) has at least one string with two LEDs in series - it will reduce application efficiency.
3. Using the PWM inputs, the AS3492 supports DLS, dynamic luminance scaling, also called CABC, content
adaptive backlight control or DBC, dynamic backlight control.
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Startup
In order to avoid inrush-current during startup the supplies are smoothly ramped up according to Figure 17 even under
low PWM duty cycle conditions. This allows the easy integration into mobile battery powered systems:
Figure 17. Startup Procedure
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Open and short LED detection
After the startup is finished, the AS3492 continuously monitors open and shorted LEDs. If an open or shorted LED
string is detected, this LED string is disabled and the driver continuous its normal operation. The driver is disabled to
keep the efficiency of AS3492 for different LED configurations high. The error is cleared once the AS3492 enters shut4
down .
Shorted LED
After startup is finished, for any LED, enabled by the inputs ON13 or ON45, is below VLED_SHORT, for at least
tLED_ERROR_DEB_SHORT, a shorted LED is assumed.
Open LED
LED outputs (LED1...LED5) which are not used by the application shall be connected permanently to VOUT or GND.
The AS3492 detect this condition upon startup and automatically disables the current sources for these LEDs - see
Figure 18 and Figure 19, immediately after the rising edged of ON13 or ON45.
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After startup is finished, if the voltage on VOUT=VVOUT_OPENLED and the voltage across any current source, enabled
by the inputs ON13 or ON45, is below VLED_OPEN (VOUT-LED1...5), for at least tLED_ERROR_DEB_OPEN, an open LED
is assumed.
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Figure 18 shows the waveform for the detection of a single open LED, Figure 19 for all LEDs open.
4. The error is automatically cleared as the open/short LED error might be temporarily (e.g. bouncing of the
connections to the LED)
5. If the current limit of the coil (ILIMIT) is reached before VOUT=VVOUT_OPENLED, an open LED is not
detected.
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Figure 18. Single Open LED detection
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Overvoltage Protection
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VVOUT_MAX for more than 70ms , the DCDC will shutdown. It can be re-enabled by setting ON13 and ON45 to low for
more than tTIMEOUT.
6. When reaching VOUT=VVOUT_OPENLED, the open LED detection is performed.
7. The duration can vary from 55ms to 85ms within a single AS3492.
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DCDC Inductor Peak Current Limitation
To limit the maximum current from the battery, the DCDC converter limits its current through the coil to ILIMIT on a cycle
by cycle basis.
Overtemperature Protection
Supply undervoltage Protection
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The junction temperature of the AS3492 is continuously monitored. If the temperature exceeds TOVTEMP, the DCDC is
stopped. The driver is automatically re-enabled once the junction temperature drops below TOVTEMP-TOVTEMPHYST.
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9 Application Information
External Components
Input Capacitor CVIN
Table 4. Recommended Input Capacitor
Size
Manufacturer
X5R
6V3
X5R
6V3
0402
(1.0x0.5x
0.5mm)
Murata
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C
TC Code
GRM155R60J225ME15
2.2µF +/-20%
GRM155R60J155M---D
1.5µF
ESR
0402
(1.0x0.5x
0.5mm)
JDK105BJ155MVNF
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Rated
Voltage
Part Number
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Low ESR input capacitors reduce input switching noise and reduce the peak current drawn from the battery. Ceramic
capacitors are required for input decoupling and should be located as close to the device as is practical.
0402
(1.0x0.5x
0.5mm)
X5R
Taiyo Yuden
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If a different input capacitor is chosen, ensure similar ESR value and at least 0.6µF capacitance at the maximum input
supply voltage. Larger capacitor values (C) may be used without limitations.
Output Capacitors COUT
Low ESR capacitors should be used to minimize VOUT ripple. Multi-layer ceramic capacitors are recommended since
they have low ESR and are available in small footprints. The capacitor should be located as close to the device as is
practical.
X5R dielectric material is recommended due to their ability to maintain capacitance over wide voltage and temperature
range.
Table 5. Recommended Output Capacitor COUT
Part Number
TC Code
ESR
Rated
Voltage
Size
Manufacturer
10µF
X5R
120m
10V
0805
(2x1.25x
0.85mm)
Murata
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10V
0805
(2x1.25x
0.85mm)
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capacitance.
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Inductor LSW
The fast switching frequency (2MHz) of the AS3492 allows for the use of small SMDs for the external inductor. The
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Table 6. Recommended Inductor
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DCR
Size
Manufacturer
LQM2HPN4R7MGC
4.7µH;
>2.45µH @ 0.5A
160m
2.5x2.0x0.9mm
max height 1.0mm
Murata
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CIG32K1R0SAF
4.57µH;
>2.45µH @ 0.5A
<300m
2.0x1.25x0.9mm
max height 1.0mm
Samsung ElectroMechancs
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PCB Layout Guideline
The high speed operation requires proper layout for optimum performance. Route the power traces first and try to minimize the area and wire length of the three high frequency/high current loops:
Loop1: pin GND - CVIN - LSW - pin SW - pin GND
Loop2: pin GND - CVIN - LSW - pin SW - pin VOUT - CVOUT - pin GND
At the pin GND a single via (or more vias, which are closely combined) connects to the common ground plane. This
via(s) will isolate the DCDC high frequency currents from the common ground (as most high frequency current will flow
between Loop1 and Loop2 and will not pass the ground plane) - see the ‘island’ at the two through ground vias in
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10 Package Drawings and Markings
Figure 21. 12pin WL-CSP12 1.7x1.4x0.5mm Marking
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11 Ordering Information
The devices are available as the standard products shown in Table 7.
Table 7. Ordering Information
Description
Delivery Form
Package
AS3492-ZWLT
Highly Efficient 2-10 LEDs Backlight Driver with 2
PWM Inputs
Tape & Reel
12-pin WL-CSP
(1.7x1.4x0.5mm)
RoHS compliant / Pb-Free /
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Temperature Range: -30ºC - 85ºC
WL Wafer Level Chip Scale Package (WL-CSP) 1.7x1.4x0.5mm
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