AUIPS7111S Data Sheet (190 KB, EN)

November, 29th 2009
Automotive grade
AUIPS7111S
CURRENT SENSE HIGH SIDE SWITCH
Features
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Product Summary
Suitable for 24V systems
Over current shutdown
Over temperature shutdown
Current sensing
Active clamp
Low current
Reverse battery
ESD protection
Optimized Turn On/Off for EMI
Rds(on)
7.5 m max.
Vclamp
65V
Current shutdown 30A min.
Applications
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Package
24V loads for trucks
Description
The AUIPS7111S is a fully protected four terminal high
side switch. It features current sensing, over-current, overtemperature, ESD protection and drain to source active
clamp. When the input voltage Vcc - Vin is higher than the
specified threshold, the output power Mosfet is turned on.
When the Vcc - Vin is lower than the specified Vil
threshold, the output Mosfet is turned off. The Ifb pin is
used for current sensing.
D²Pak-5 leads
Typical Connection
Vcc
IPS
IN
Battery
Out
Ifb
Current feeback
Input
On
Off
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10k
Load
Rifb
Logic
Ground
Power
Ground
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Qualification Information†
Automotive
(per AEC-Q100††)
Comments: This family of ICs has passed an Automotive qualification.
IR’s Industrial and Consumer qualification level is granted by extension
of the higher Automotive level.
Qualification Level
Moisture Sensitivity Level
D2PAK-5L
MSL1, 260°C
(per IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020)
Class M3 (300V)
(per AEC-Q100-003)
Class H2 (2,500 V)
ESD
Human Body Model
(per AEC-Q100-002)
Class C4 (1000 V)
Charged Device Model
(per AEC-Q100-011)
Class II, Level A
IC Latch-Up Test
(per AEC-Q100-004)
RoHS Compliant
Yes
† Qualification standards can be found at International Rectifier’s web site http://www.irf.com/
†† Exceptions to AEC-Q100 requirements are noted in the qualification report.
Machine Model
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Absolute maximum ratings indicate sustained limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. (Tj= -40°C..150°C,
Vcc=8..50V unless otherwise specified).
Symbol
Parameter
Vout
Maximum output voltage
Vcc-Vin max. Maximum Vcc voltage
Ifb, max.
Maximum feedback current
Maximum power dissipation (internally limited by thermal protection)
Pd
Tambient=25°C, Tj=150°C
Rth=50°C/W D²Pack 6cm² footprint
Tj max.
Max. storage & operating junction temperature
Min.
Max.
Units
Vcc-60 Vcc+0.3
-32
60
-50
10

V
V
mA
W
-40
2.5
150
°C
Typ.
Max.
Units
60
40
0.8



°C/W
Min.
Max.
Units

10
1.5

Thermal Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
Rth1
Rth2
Rth3
Thermal resistance junction to ambient D²Pak Std footprint
Thermal resistance junction to ambient D²pak 6cm² footprint
Thermal resistance junction to case D²pak
Recommended Operating Conditions
These values are given for a quick design.
Symbol
Parameter
Iout
Continuous output current, Tambient=85°C, Tj=125°C
Rth=40°C/W, D²pak 6cm² footprint
Rifb
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k
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Static Electrical Characteristics
Tj=-40..150°C, Vcc=8..50V (unless otherwise specified)
Symbol
Parameter
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units

Operating voltage range
8
50
V
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ON state resistance Tj=25°C
6
7.5
m

ON state resistance Tj=150°C
12
15

Icc off
Supply leakage current
2
6
µA

Iout off
Output leakage current
2
6

V clamp1
Vcc to Vout clamp voltage 1
60
65
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V clamp2
Vcc to Vout clamp voltage 2
66
V
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Vih(2)
High level Input threshold voltage
5.5
6.8
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Vil(2)
Low level Input threshold voltage
3.5
5

Rds(on) rev Reverse On state resistance Tj=25°C
7
10
m

Reverse On state resistance Tj=150°C
13
18

Vf
Forward body diode voltage Tj=25°C
0.75
0.8
V

Forward body diode voltage Tj=125°C
0.6
0.65
Rin
Internal input resistor
180
250
350

(2) Input thresholds are measured directly between the input pin and the tab. See also page 6
Vcc op.
Rds(on)
Test Conditions
Ids=10A
Vin=Vcc=28V,Vifb=Vgnd
Vout=Vgnd, Tj=25°C
Id=10mA
Id=10A see fig. 2
Id=10mA
Isd=10A,
Vcc-Vin=7..32V
If=10A
Tj=-40°C..125°C
Switching Electrical Characteristics
Vcc=28V, Resistive load=3, Tj=25°C
Symbol
Parameter
tdon
tr
tdoff
tf
Turn on delay time to 20%
Rise time from 20% to 80% of Vcc
Turn off delay time
Fall time from 80% to 20% of Vcc
Min.
Typ.
Max.
25
8
50
5
35
17
80
13
50
25
120
35
Units
Test Conditions
µs
See fig. 1
µs
Protection Characteristics
Tj=-40..150°C, Vcc=8..50V (unless otherwise specified)
Symbol
Parameter
Tsd
Isd
I fault
Over temperature threshold
Over-current shutdown
Ifb after an over-current or an overtemperature (latched)
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
150(3)
30
2.4
165
45
4

°C
A
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
11000 13000
-5%
0
-0.25
0
0
6
14500
+5
0.25
15
%
A
µA
60
6
mA
Test Conditions
See fig. 3 and fig. 10
See fig. 3 and page 7
See fig. 3
Current Sensing Characteristics
Tj=-40..150°C, Vcc=8..50V (unless otherwise specified)
Symbol
Parameter
Ratio
I load / Ifb current ratio
Ratio_TC
I load / Ifb variation over temperature
I offset
Load current offset
Ifb leakage
Ifb leakage current on
(3) Guaranteed by design
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Test Conditions
Iout=10A
Iout<10A
Iout=0A, Tj=25°C
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Lead Assignments
3- Vcc
1- In
2- Ifb
3- Vcc
4- Out
5- Out
12
45
D²Pak - 5 leads
Functional Block Diagram
All values are typical
VCC
75V
Charge
Pump
3mA
58V
75V
+
-
Driver
75V
Reset
Set
Latch
250
Iout > 45A
Q
Reverse
Battery
Protection
Diag
+
Tj > 165°C
IN
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IFB OUT
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Truth Table
Op. Conditions
Normal mode
Normal mode
Open load
Open load
Short circuit to GND
Short circuit to GND
Over temperature
Over temperature
Input
H
L
H
L
H
L
H
L
Output
L
H
L
H
L
L
L
L
Ifb pin voltage
0V
I load x Rfb / Ratio
0V
Ifb leakage x Rifb
0V
I fault x Rifb (latched)
0V
I fault x Rifb (latched)
Operating voltage
Maximum Vcc voltage : this is the maximum voltage before the breakdown of the IC process.
Operating voltage : This is the Vcc range in which the functionality of the part is guaranteed. The AEC-Q100 qualification
is run at the maximum operating voltage specified in the datasheet.
Reverse battery
During the reverse battery the Mosfet is turned on if the input pin is powered with a diode in parallel of the input transistor.
Power dissipation in the IPS : P = Rdson rev * I load² + Vcc² / 250 ( internal input resistor ).
If the power dissipation I too hight in Rifb, a diode in serial can be added to block the current.
Active clamp
The purpose of the active clamp is to limit the voltage across the MOSFET to a value below the body diode break down
voltage to reduce the amount of stress on the device during switching.
The temperature increase during active clamp can be estimated as follows:
 Tj  PCL  Z TH ( t CLAMP )
Where: Z TH ( t CLAMP ) is the thermal impedance at tCLAMP and can be read from the thermal impedance curves given in the
data sheets.
PCL  VCL  ICLavg : Power dissipation during active clamp
VCL  39 V : Typical VCLAMP value
I
ICLavg  CL : Average current during active clamp
2
ICL : Active clamp duration
t CL 
di
dt
di VBattery  VCL : Demagnetization current

dt
L
Figure 9 gives the maximum inductance versus the load current in the worst case : the part switch off after an over
temperature detection. If the load inductance exceed the curve, a free wheeling diode is required.
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Input level VIH/VIL
The input level are referenced to Vcc. When Vcc-Vin exceed VIH the part turns on and when Vcc-Vin goes below VIL the
part turns off
Current sensing accuracy
Ifb
Ifb2
Ifb1
Ifb leakage
I offset
Iout1
Iout2
Iout
The current sensing is specified by measuring 3 points :
- Ifb1 for Iout1
- Ifb2 for Iout2
- Ifb leakage for Iout=0
The parameters in the datasheet are computed with the following formula :
Ratio = ( Iout2 – Iout1 )/( Ifb2 – Ifb1)
I offset = Ifb1 x Ratio – Iout1
This allows the designer to evaluate the Ifb for any Iout value using :
Ifb = ( Iout + I offset ) / Ratio if Ifb > Ifb leakage
For some applications, a calibration is required. In that case, the accuracy of the system will depends on the variation of
the I offset and the ratio over the temperature range. The ratio variation is given by Ratio_TC specified in page 4.
The Ioffset variation depends directly of the Rdson :
I offset@-40°C= I [email protected]°C / 0.7
I [email protected]°C= I [email protected]°C / 1.9
Over-current protection
The threshold of the over-current protection is set in order to guaranteed that the device is able to turn on a load with an
inrush current lower than the minimum of Isd. Nevertheless for high current and high temperature the device may switch
off for a lower current due to the over-temperature protection (see Figure 10).
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T clamp
Vcc-Vin
80%
Vcc-Vin
20%
Ids
80%
Vcc
Vout
20%
Td on
Td off
Vds
Vds clamp
Tf
Tr
See Application Notes to evaluate power dissipation
Figure 2 – Active clamp waveforms
Figure 1 – IN rise time & switching definitions
Vin
I shutdown
Ids
Tj
Tshutdown
Tsd
165°C
V fault
Vifb
Icc off, supply leakage current (µA)
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
-50
0
50
100
150
Tj, junction temperature (°C)
Figure 3 – Protection timing diagram
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Figure 4 – Icc off (µA) Vs Tj (°C)
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5
6
5
4
Vih and Vil (V)
Icc, supply current (µA)
4
3
2
1
VIH
3
VIL
2
1
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
-50
50
Vcc-Vout, supply voltage (V)
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
Tj, junction temperature (°C)
Figure 5 – Icc Off(µA) Vs Vcc-Vout (V)
Figure 6 – Vih and Vil (V) Vs Tj (°C)
200%
100
150%
100%
50%
-50
0
50
100
Tj, junction temperature (°C)
Figure 7 - Normalized Rds(on) (%) Vs Tj (°C)
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Zth, transient thermal impedance (°C/W)
Rds(on), Drain-to-Source On Resistance
(Normalized)
-25
10
1
0.1
0.01
1E-4
1E-3
1E-2
1E-1
1E+0
1E+1
1E+2
Time (s)
Figure 8 – Transient thermal impedance (°C/W)
Vs time (s)
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100
Tsd, time to shutdown(s)
Max. output current (A)
100
10
10
1
'-40°C
'+25°C
'+125°C
1
1.E+00
0.1
1.E+01
1.E+02
1.E+03
1.E+04
Inductance (µH)
Figure 9 – Max. Iout (A) Vs inductance (µH)
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0
10
20
30
40
Iout, output current (A)
Figure 10 – Tsd (s) Vs I out (A)
SMD with 6cm²
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Case Outline D2PAK - 5 Leads
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Tape & Reel D2PAK - 5 Leads
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Part Marking Information
Ordering Information
Base Part Number
Standard Pack
Package Type
Complete Part Number
Form
AUIPS7111R
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D2-Pak-5-Leads
Quantity
Tube
50
AUIPS7111S
Tape and reel left
800
AUIPS7111STRL
Tape and reel right
800
AUIPS7111STRR
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