For more information, please visit the product page. date 07/15/2015 page 1 of 11 SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY FEATURES up to 1100 W continuous power high power density - 25.34 W/in3 slim line 1U form factor PMBusTM communication for monitoring and control front to back (-F) and back to front (-B) airflow versions power factor correction 3.3 Vdc or 5 Vdc standby voltage (2 A) options redundant (N+1) operation blind mate connections for hot-swap DROOP current sharing or forced current sharing (optional) remote on/off control, power good signal . T o of N C Rheinla nd UV rt , I nc • • • • • • • • • • • h A ca meri US MODEL PSA-1100-12-F PSA-1100-12-B 3,4,5 Notes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. output voltage output current output power ripple and noise1 efficiency2 (Vdc) max (A) max (W) max (mVp-p) typ (%) 12 92 1100 120 93.5 12 92 1100 120 93.5 Measured at 20 MHz bandwidth at an oscilloscope jack on the output with 0.1 µF ceramic and two 180 µF polymer capacitors at a 2” distance from V1 output connector. At 230 Vac input, 550 W. At 100~240 Vac input, maximum of 1100 W at Ta=29°C. At 100~240 Vac input, maximum of 740 W at Ta=50°C. At 200~240 Vac input, maximum of 1100 W at Ta=48°C. All specifications measured at: Ta=25°C and 220 Vac input voltage unless otherwise specified. PART NUMBER KEY PSA-1100 - 12 - X - CXX Base Number Reserved for Custom Configurations Output Voltage Airflow Direction: F = AC input connector to DC output connector B = DC output connector to AC input connector cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 2 of 11 INPUT parameter conditions/description min voltage typ 90 frequency 47 current at 90 Vac at 180 Vac inrush current at 115 Vac, cold start at 230 Vac, cold start units 264 Vac 63 Hz 14.4 8.0 Arms Arms 20 40 leakage current power factor correction max at 115 Vac, full load A A 1.5 mArms max units 0.95 OUTPUT - V1 (MAIN OUTPUT) parameter conditions/description min typ line regulation ±1.5 load regulation ±1.5 load capacitance transient response 25% step load, 1A/µs slew rate, recovery to 1% within 1 ms start-up time % % 30,000 μF 5 % 1.5 at 230 Vac, full load remote sense between both output terminals 0.3 V current share accuracy (Droop)1 over 10% to 100% load ±4 A ms AC OK: “green” to indicate AC above the lower limit that is required to sustain normal operation LED indicator Notes: 12 s hold-up time DC OK: “green” to indicate module in normal operating condition 1. Droop regulation of ±1.0% for an overall combined regulation allowance of ±1.5% Module Output Voltage PSA-1100 Droop Regulation Profile 12.15 12.12 12.10 12.05 12 12.00 PSA-1100 Droop Regulation Profile 11.95 11.90 11.88 11.85 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Module % Full Load Current OUTPUT - V2 (STANDBY OUTPUT) parameter conditions/description output voltage selectable min typ 3.3/5 output current 0 ripple and noise 2 line regulation ±2 load regulation ±2 load capacitance transient response 25% step load, 1A/µs slew rate, recovery to 1% within 1 ms start-up time Notes: max 2. Measured at 20 MHz bandwidth at an oscilloscope jack on the output with 100 µF low ESR capacitor at 0.5” from V2 output connector. cui.com units Vdc 2 A 100 mVp-p % % 2200 µF 5 % 1.5 s For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 3 of 11 PROTECTIONS parameter conditions/description min max units over voltage protection V1: latch off V2: latch off 13.2 110 typ 14.5 120 Vdc % over current protection V1: auto recovery V2 101.2 128.8 3 A A over temperature protection auto recovery 55 °C SAFETY & COMPLIANCE parameter conditions/description min typ max insulation safety rating / test voltage input to output, reinforced input to chassis, basic 3,000 1,500 Vrms Vrms isolation voltage output to chassis V2 to chassis/ground 100 100 Vrms Vdc grounding the output signals are referenced to the A2 and B2 return connection safety approvals EN60950-1:2006+A11+A1+A12, IEC60950-1:2005+Amd 1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1-07+A1:2011, UL 60950-1:2007 R12.11(NRTL Route), EEC/93/68/LVD, 2006/95/EC LVD conducted emissions FCC 15 Sub Part B, EN55022, Class A: tested with resistive load radiated emissions FCC 15 Sub Part B, EN55022, Class A: tested with resistive load harmonic compliance EN/IEC 61000-3-2:2009, Class A Harmonic Limits Compliance Level: 230 Vac line voltage; 100% output load flicker EN/IEC 61000-3-3:2009 limits as specified in the standard: flicker and voltage fluctuations electrostatic discharge EN/IEC 61000-4-2, ±8 kV operational air discharge, ±8 kV contact discharge: all parameters to remain within limits, test set up to be defined RF electro-magnetic field. amplitude modulated EN/IEC 61000-4-3 80~1000 MHz, 10 V/m, 80% AM Modulation (1 kHz): all parameters to remain within limits, test set up to be defined immunity to fast transients EN/IEC 61000-4-4 Power lines: ±2 kV: all parameters to remain within limits, test set up to be defined surges (mains) EN/IEC 61000-4-5 ±1kV line to line, ±2 kV line to earth, Criteria A: all parameters to remain within limits, test set up to be defined RF continuous conducted EN/IEC 61000-4-6 150 kHz~80 MHz 3Vrms 80% AM (1 kHz), Criteria A: all parameters to remain within limits, test set up to be defined voltage dips/ interruptions IEC 61000-4-11 30% reduction for 10 ms, 60% reduction for 100 ms: Reset is permitted must be selfrecovering. Additionally, the PSU shall not latch up during any brownout condition. MTBF as per Telcordia SR-332, Issue 2, Sept 2006 component stress method at Ta=40°C, full load RoHS 2011/65/EU WEEE 2012/19/EU 500,000 units hours ENVIRONMENTAL parameter conditions/description min storage temperature non-condensing operating humidity non-condensing operating temperature 1 storage humidity Notes: typ max units 0 50 °C -40 70 °C 10 90 % 5 90 % 1. PSA-1100-12-B: At 100~240 Vac input, maximum of 1100 W at Ta=29°C. At 100~240 Vac input, maximum of 740 W at Ta=50°C. At 200~240 Vac input, maximum of 1100 W at Ta=48°C. cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 4 of 11 ENVIRONMENTAL (CONTINUED) parameter conditions/description acoustic ISO 7779-1999 cold1 IEC 68 Part 2 – 1: at -10°C minimum for 4 hours dry heat IEC 68 Part 2 – 2: at 50°C minimum for 4 hours damp heat, cyclic IEC 68 Part 2 – 30: at 20~45°C, 30~95 %RH low air pressure (operating) IEC 68 Part 2 – 13: at 10,000 feet, 697 mbar vibration (sinusoidal) IEC 68 Part 2 – 6: at 10~58 Hz, 0.075 mm; 58~500 Hz, 10 m/s2, 1 octave/minute, 10 cycles/ main axis 1 G shock IEC 68 Part 2 – 27: at 300 m/s2, 11 ms, half sine wave 3 shocks/main axis 30 G bump IEC 68 Part 2 – 29: at 150 m/s2, 6 ms, half sine wave 900 bumps/main axis 15 G Notes: min typ max units 60 dB LpAm 1. The module shall start up at -10°C, however it is not required that the full specification is achieved until the operational internal temperature has risen to 0°C. MECHANICAL parameter conditions/description dimensions min typ 12.65 x 2.145 x 1.575 (321.3 x 54.5 x 40.0 mm) weight integral fan material flammability UL 94V-0 AC input IEC320/C14 DC output Tyco Electronics P/N 2-1926734-2 mates with Tyco Electronics P/N 2-1926739-5 MECHANICAL DRAWING units: inches [mm] tolerance: X.XX ±0.02 [0.50] X.XXX ±0.010 [0.25] cui.com units inches 1.1 cooling / airflow max kg For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 5 of 11 DC OUTPUT PIN ASSIGNMENTS PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION 1,2,3,4,5 12 V output return V1 (-VE) main output return 6,7,8,9,10 12 V output V1 (+VE) main output A1 Vstandby +VE positive output of standby (V2) A2 signal/logic return common with V1 & V2 returns A3 I C address select analog I2C address selection A4 SCL communications clock line signal pin row “A” signal pin row “C” Imax disables power on extraction (recessed pin) A5 signal pin row “B” 2 HIGH / LOW LEVEL PSKILL_H pin status module open circuit “off” logic “1” “off” logic “0” “on” B1 Vstandby +VE positive output of standby (V2) B2 signal/logic return common with V1 & V2 Returns B3 not use reserved internally pulled up to 3.3 V via 3.01 kΩ if PSKILL_H is connected to return B4 PS_ON_L (remote_ON_L) B5 Ishare (optional) active current sharing bus (recessed pin) C1 Vstandby +VE positive output of standby (V2) C2 not use reserved C3 SDA communications data C4 SMB_ALERT_L open to A2/B2 short to A2/B2 “off” “on” 1.05 mA SMBus interrupt line logic “1” “good” >2.1 V logic “0” “fault” <0.4 A -5 mA DC OK Signal (recessed pin) signal pin row “D” signal pin row “E” C5 DC_OK_H D1 Vstandby +VE logic “1” “good” >2.1 V logic “0” “fault” <0.4 A -5 mA positive output of standby (V2) D2 not use reserved D3 V1 Vsense (-VE) V1 negative sense line D4 not use reserved D5 Vstandby_select (V2) E1 Vstandby +VE positive output of standby (V2) E2 not use reserved E3 V1 Vsense (+VE) selects the voltage of V2 recessed pin open circuit short circuit 3.3 V 5V V1 positive sense line AC incoming source alarm E4 E5 AC_OK_H PS_present logic “1” “good” > 2.1 V logic “0” “fault” < 0.4 A -5 mA active low, recessed pin, passive signal to detect presence of module, host to provide pull up resistor connected to V2 to source maximum of 5 mA when module is inserted cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 6 of 11 APPLICATION NOTES Digital Interface The PSA-1100 is provided with a digital communications interface that is based upon a subset of the SMBus™ & PMBus™ Protocols. The communication interface is a Two Wire Interface (TWI) using devices hardware compatible with I2C. The interface is based upon the I2C Protocol developed by Philips Semiconductors (now NXP). Reference to the “I2C Bus Specification and User Manual” UM10204 Rev.03 – 19 June 2007 is recommended. Slave Addresses The device is selected by setting the Slave Address (Pin A3) either by an external resistor network or by direct connection to logic “high” or “low”. Either method interfaced to the appropriate I/O port of the internal I2C device. Therefore the device can be set to respond to all addresses in the range from binary 1011 0000 to 1011 0110 (where the last bit is for read/ write that is always set at “0” for initial addressing). • Connection of Pin A3 to a logic “low” will provide an address of B0 (1011 0000) • Connection of Pin A3 to a logic “high” (or leaving open circuit) will provide an address of B6 (1011 0110) To achieve the full range of four potential address combinations Pin A3 requires to be connected to an external resistor that will create an internal analogue voltage that is interpreted by the internal I2C device to derive the following address combinations: Possible Module Slave Address Combinations External Resistor Value (Ohms) Fixed Address Variable Address Bits R/W Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 HEX 820 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 B0 2700 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 B2 5600 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 B4 8200 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 B6 cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 7 of 11 APPLICATION NOTES (CONTINUED) General Information Refer to the PMBus™/SMBus specification for details on read/write operations when dealing with Byte, Word or Block process calls. Packet Error Correction (PEC) and Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) are not supported. If the PMBusTM master tries to read more bytes than the length of the data selected by the command code, the additional bytes will be sent as 0xFF. The PMBusTM slave device may apply clock stretching by holding the clock line (SCL) low after a command to indicate that it is busy processing data. A master device on the PMBusTM may attempt to continue with the communications but must first wait until the clock line is released. Clock stretching times will vary depending on the data being processed and/or if there are any higher priority events during the response but shall not exceed 25 ms. PMBus™ COMMAND SUBSET The following is subset of commands (extracted from the “PMBus Power System Management Protocol Specification; Part II Command Language; Rev 1.2, 6 September 2010”) and apply on a per module basis, (although certain commands could be applied “globally”). For a full definition of the individual command refer to the above referenced PMBusTM specification. Note: Hex Command 88h, 89h, 8Bh, 8Ch divide decimal value by 100. Command (HEX) Command Name No. of Bytes Read / Write Command Description 01h OPERATION 1 W The OPERATION command is used to turn the unit on & off in conjunction with the CONTROL (short; last make, first make pin). The unit remains in the commanded mode until the command is toggled or the unit removed from its slot; in which case the CONTROL pin is de-asserted and overrules the OPERATION command. 03h CLEAR_FAULTS 0 W Clear fault data 78h STATUS_BYTE 1 R Lower byte returned from the STATUS_WORD 79h STATUS_WORD 2 R The command returns two bytes of data relating to the unit fault condition. CUI may elect to provide a subset of information. 88h READ_VIN 2 R Provides the measured input voltage of the power module in volts. 89h READ_IIN 2 R Provides the measured input current of the power module in Amps. 8Bh READ_VOUT 2 R Provides the measured output voltage of the power module in volts. 8Ch READ_IOUT 2 R Provides the measured output current of the power module in Amps. 8Dh READ_TEMPERATURE_1 2 R This command shall return a select component temperature used by the power module, in degrees Celsius. 8Eh READ_TEMPERATURE_2 2 R This command shall return the prevailing internal ambient of the power module, in degrees Celsius. 90h READ_FAN_SPEED_1 2 R Provides the measured fan speed in the power module in RPM. 96h READ_POUT 2 R This command shall return the calculated output being delivered by the power module, in Watts. 97h READ_PIN 2 R This command shall return the calculated input being drawn by the power module, in Watts. 98h PMBUS_REVISION 1 R PMBusTM Revision 99h MFR_ID 8 R The command returns the ASCII string for manufacturer’s ID. 9Ah MFR_MODEL 12 R The command returns the ASCII string manufacturer’s model. 9Bh MFR_REVISION 2 R The command returns the ASCII string manufacturer’s revision (example case “01”). 9Dh MFR_DATE 4 R The command returns the ASCII string manufacturer’s date code (example case “0913”). 9Eh MFR_SERIAL 8 R The command returns manufacturers serial number. cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 8 of 11 APPLICATION NOTES (CONTINUED) PMBusTM Non-Standard Extended Command Subset Command (HEX) Command Name No. of Bytes Read / Write 16h SOFTWARE VERSION 4 R Command Description Read vendor specific firmware revision (ASCII string). Example case "A100" Remote On/Off (PMBusTM Operation Command 0x01) This command can be used to turn the unit on and off via the PMBusTM interface. If B4 (REMOTE_ENABLE) is HIGH (enabled) then the PMBusTM Remote On/Off function can turn the unit off and on. If B4 (REMOTE_ENABLE) is LOW (disabled) then the PMBusTM Remote On/Off function cannot turn the unit on or off and can be ignored. The bit encoding of the data byte of the command is as follows. Bits [7:6] Bits [5:4] Bits [3:2] Bits [1:0] Unit State 00 XX XX XX Off 01 XX XX XX Off 10 00 XX XX On 10 01 01 XX On 10 01 10 XX On 10 10 01 XX On 10 10 10 XX On If any other bit pattern is received take no action. If the power supply is turned off by this command then set the OFF bit (6 of the low byte) of the status word to 1. Otherwise set it to 0. cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 9 of 11 APPLICATION NOTES (CONTINUED) Status Word This command is a two byte structure (High and Low bytes). The PMBusTM specification (Table 15) details the structure and content of the word. Note that unsupported bits shall be set to “0” Status Word (79h); Low Byte Byte Low Bit # PMBusTM Bit Name Definition Bit 7 BUSY Bit 6 OFF Bit 5 VOUT_OV Output over voltage fault 1 = OVP has occurred 0 = OVP has not occurred Bit 4 IOUT_OC OCP; the unit has entered overload protection. 1= OCP has occurred 0= OCP has not occurred Bit 3 VIN_UV Bit 2 TEMPERATURE Not Supported Pulse Width Modulator enable status: 1 = PWM disabled 0 = PWM enabled Incoming AC under voltage: 1 = AC is not OK 0 = AC is OK Over Temperature fault 1 = OTP has occurred 0 = OTP has not occurred Bit 1 CML Not Supported Bit 0 NONE OF THE ABOVE Not Supported Status Word; High Byte Byte High Bit # PMBusTM Bit Name Bit 7 VOUT Definition Bit 6 IOUT/POUT Not Supported Bit 5 INPUT Not Supported Bit 4 MFR Bit 3 POWER_GOOD# Bit 2 FAN Bit 1 OTHER Not Supported Bit 0 UNKNOWN Not Supported Voltage Fault or Warning uVP fault only Auxiliary Specific Failure Not Supported Fan Failure 1 = Fan has failed 0 = Fan has not failed cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 10 of 11 DEMO BOARD Accessories Description CUI Part Number Demo Board1 01T-156801-1 DC Output Mating Connector 22P-S00065-4 Vendor/Part Number TEConn 2-1926739-5 I2C dongle2 Microchip DV164122 AC power cord Qualtek 312019-01 3 Notes: 1. This demo board is intended for user connection to evaluate the power supply in the laboratory by qualified personnel. Please take necessary safety precautions during product evaluation. 2. The PICkit Serial Analyzer is an USB-based tool used to direct communication between a PC and an external serial device. The kit comes complete with hardware (supporting I2C™, SMBus, SPI and USART protocols), an easy-to-use GUI (to configure and display communications) and a target demonstration board for out-of-the-box functionality. http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en028600 3. For North American use only Demo Board Power Connections Demo Board Connections/Settings J1 +12V Output P1 J2 12V Return P2 J6 + Standby Output 1 Logical Return J7 Standby Output Return 2 Remote ON (override by P7) DC Output Mating Connector Control & Status Signals 3 Present 4 AC_OK 5 DC_OK 6 NC P3 I2C Dongle Connection 1 SMB 2 SCL 3 SDA 4 Logical Return 5 VDD 6 NC P4 Jumper to Local Sense+, remove jumper for remote sense P5 Jumper to Local Sense-, remove jumper for remote sense P6 Jumper to Select 5V Standby, remove jumper to set 3.3V Standby P7 Jumper to ON, remove jumper for Remote ON/OFF P8 Jumper to set I2C A0 = 0, remove jumper to set address by host P9 Control & Status Signals 1 NC 2 NC 3 NC 4 ISHARE (optional force sharing) 5 SENSE+ (override by P4) 6 SENSE- (override by P5) cui.com For more information, please visit the product page. CUI Inc │ SERIES: PSA-1100 │ DESCRIPTION: AC-DC HOT-SWAP POWER SUPPLY date 07/15/2015 │ page 11 of 11 REVISION HISTORY rev. description date 1.0 initial release 05/07/2015 1.01 updated datasheet 07/15/2015 The revision history provided is for informational purposes only and is believed to be accurate. Headquarters 20050 SW 112th Ave. Tualatin, OR 97062 800.275.4899 Fax 503.612.2383 cui.com [email protected] CUI offers a two (2) year limited warranty. Complete warranty information is listed on our website. CUI reserves the right to make changes to the product at any time without notice. Information provided by CUI is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by CUI for its use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. CUI products are not authorized or warranted for use as critical components in equipment that requires an extremely high level of reliability. 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