ADP1752/ADP1753评估板 PDF

Evaluation Board for the
ADP1752/ADP1753
EVAL-ADP1752/ADP1753
FEATURES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Input voltage range: 1.6 V to 3.6 V
Output current range: 500 μA to 800 m A
Output voltage accuracy: ±2%
Operating temperature range: −40°C to +125°C
The ADP1752/ADP1753 evaluation board is used to demonstrate the functionality of the ADP1752/ADP1753 series of
linear regulators.
Simple device measurements, such as line and load regulation,
dropout, and ground current, can be demonstrated with just a
single voltage supply, a voltmeter, a current meter, and load
resistors.
For more details about the ADP1752/ADP1753 linear regulators, visit www.analog.com.
07739-001
EVALUATION BOARD DIGITAL PICTURE
Figure 1.
Rev. 0
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EVAL-ADP1752/ADP1753
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1 Dropout Voltage ............................................................................5 General Description ......................................................................... 1 Ground Current Measurement ........................................................6 Evaluation Board Digital Picture .................................................... 1 Ground Current Consumption ...................................................6 Revision History ............................................................................... 2 PCB Layout Considerations .............................................................7 Evaluation Board Hardware and Schematic ................................. 3 Thermal Considerations...............................................................7 Evaluation Board Configurations .............................................. 3 Ordering Information .................................................................... 11 Output Voltage Measurement ......................................................... 4 Bill of Materials ........................................................................... 11 Line Regulation ............................................................................. 5 Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 11 Load Regulation............................................................................ 5 ESD Caution................................................................................ 11 REVISION HISTORY
11/08—Revision 0: Initial Version
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE AND SCHEMATIC
EVALUATION BOARD CONFIGURATIONS
The ADP1752/ADP1753 evaluation boards are shipped with
different components depending on which version is ordered.
Figure 2 shows the schematic of this evaluation board
configuration. Table 1 lists and describes the hardware
components.
Components common to all versions are C1, C2, C3, R3, J1,
J2, and J3.
TP1
TP3
VOUT = 0.5V(1+R1/R2)
ADP1753 ONLY
VIN = 1.8V
16
C1
4.7µF
VIN
13
14
15
C2
4.7µF
VIN VOUT VOUT
TP4
1
2
R3
100kΩ
PG
TP2
J1
3
VIN
VOUT
VIN
VOUT
VIN
VOUT
EN
ADP1752: SENSE/
ADP1753: ADJ
12
11
J2
R1
10
TP5
TP6
4
PG
5
GND
6
9
R2
NC
SS
7
TP7
8
TP8
C3
10nF
NC = NO CONNECT
TP9
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J3
Figure 2. Evaluation Board Schematic
Table 1. Evaluation Board Hardware Components
Component
U11
C1
C2
C3
R1, R2
R3
J1
J2
J3
1
Function
Linear regulator
Input capacitor
Output capacitor
Soft start capacitor
Output voltage set
Pull-up resistor
Jumper
Jumper
Jumper
Description
ADP1752 or ADP1753 low dropout linear regulator.
4.7 μF input bypass capacitor.
4.7 μF output capacitor. Required for stability and transient performance.
10 nF soft start capacitor.
Not installed.
100 kΩ pull-up resistor for power good (PG).
Jumper. Connects EN to VIN for automatic startup.
Jumper. Connects SENSE to VOUT (for ADP1752 only.)
Jumper. Connects Soft Start Capacitor C3.
Component varies depending on the evaluation board model ordered.
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OUTPUT VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT
Figure 3 shows how the evaluation board can be connected to a
voltage source and a voltmeter for basic output voltage accuracy
measurements. A resistor can be used as the load for the regulator.
Ensure that the resistor has a power rating adequate to handle
the power expected to be dissipated across it. An electronic load
can be used as an alternative. In addition, ensure that the voltage
source can supply enough current for the expected load levels.
Follow these steps to connect to a voltage source and voltmeter:
2.
Connect the negative terminal (−) of the voltage source to
one of the GND pads on the evaluation board.
Connect the positive terminal (+) of the voltage source to
the VIN pad of the evaluation board.
4.
5.
Connect a load between the VOUT pad and one of the
GND pads.
Connect the negative terminal (−) of the voltmeter to one
of the GND pads.
Connect the positive terminal (+) of the voltmeter to the
VOUT pad.
The voltage source can now be turned on. If J1 is inserted
(connecting EN to VIN for automatic startup), the regulator
powers up.
If the load current is large, connect the voltmeter as close as
possible to the output capacitor to reduce the effects of IR drops.
VOLTAGE SOURCE
VOLTMETER
1.99711
+
–
+
–
LOAD
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1.
3.
Figure 3. Output Voltage Measurement Setup
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1.520
For line regulation measurements, the regulator output is monitored while its input is varied. For good line regulation, the output
must change as little as possible with varying input levels.
1.515
1.510
1.505
1.500
1.495
1.490
1.485
1.480
10
1.520
100
1k
LOAD CURRENT (mA)
1.515
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To ensure that the device is not in dropout mode during this
measurement, VIN must be varied between VOUTNOM + 0.4 V
(or + 1.6 V, whichever is greater) and VINMAX. For example, for
an ADP1752 with fixed 1.5 V output, VIN needs to be varied
between 1.9 V and 3.6 V. This measurement can be repeated
under different load conditions. Figure 4 shows the typical line
regulation performance of an ADP1752 with fixed 1.5 V output.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V)
LINE REGULATION
DROPOUT VOLTAGE
LOAD = 10mA
1.505
Dropout voltage can be measured using the configuration
shown in Figure 3. Dropout voltage is defined as the input-tooutput voltage differential when the input voltage is set to the
nominal output voltage. This applies only for output voltages
above 1.6 V. Dropout voltage increases with larger loads.
LOAD = 100mA
1.500
LOAD = 400mA
1.495
LOAD = 800mA
1.490
1.480
–40
–5
25
85
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE (°C)
125
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1.485
Figure 4. Output Voltage vs. Input Voltage
LOAD REGULATION
For more accurate measurements, use a second voltmeter to
monitor the input voltage across the input capacitor. The input
supply voltage may need to be adjusted to account for IR drops,
especially if large load currents are used. Figure 6 shows a typical
curve of dropout voltage measurements with different load
currents.
0.08
For load regulation measurements, the output of the regulator
is monitored while the load is varied. For good load regulation,
the output must change as little as possible with varying loads.
DROPOUT VOLTAGE (V)
The input voltage must be held constant during this measurement. The load current can be varied from 500 μA to 800 mA.
Figure 5 shows the typical load regulation performance of an
ADP1752 with fixed 1.5 V output for an input voltage of 1.9 V.
0.07
0.06
0.05
0.04
1.6V
0.03
0.02
2.5V
0.01
0
1
10
100
LOAD CURRENT (mA)
Figure 6. Dropout Voltage vs. Load Current
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1K
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OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 5. Output Voltage vs. Load Current
1.510
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GROUND CURRENT MEASUREMENT
Follow these steps to connect to a voltage source and ammeter:
2.
3.
4.
Connect the positive terminal (+) of the voltage source to
the VIN pad on the evaluation board.
Connect the positive terminal (+) of the ammeter to one of
the GND pads of the evaluation board.
Connect the negative terminal (−) of the ammeter to the
negative (−) terminal of the voltage source.
Connect a load between the VOUT pad of the evaluation
board and the negative (−) terminal of the voltage source.
The voltage source can now be turned on. If J1 is inserted (EN
is connected to VIN for automatic startup), the regulator
powers up.
Ground current measurements can determine how much
current the internal circuits of the regulator are consuming
while the circuits perform the regulation function. To be
efficient, the regulator needs to consume as little current as
possible. Typically, the regulator uses the maximum current
when supplying its largest load level (800 mA). Figure 7 shows
the typical ground current consumption for various load levels
at VIN = 1.9 V. When the device is disabled (EN = GND),
ground current drops to less than 6 μA.
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
10
100
1k
LOAD CURRENT (mA)
Figure 7. Ground Current vs. Load Current
VOLTAGE SOURCE
AMMETER
0.00112
–
–
+
LOAD
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+
Figure 8. Ground Current Measurement
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1.
GROUND CURRENT CONSUMPTION
GROUND CURRENT (µA)
Figure 8 shows how the evaluation board can be connected to a
voltage source and an ammeter for ground current measurements. A resistor can be used as the load for the regulator.
Ensure that the resistor has a power rating adequate to handle
the power expected to be dissipated across it. An electronic load
can be used as an alternative. Ensure that the voltage source used
can supply enough current for the expected load levels.
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PCB LAYOUT CONSIDERATIONS
Heat dissipation from the package can be improved by increasing the amount of copper attached to the pins of the ADP1752/
ADP1753. However, as shown in Table 2, a point of diminishing
returns is eventually reached, beyond which an increase in the
copper size does not yield significant heat dissipation benefits.
Here are a few general tips when designing PCBs:
Place the input capacitor as close as possible to the VIN
and GND pins.

Place the output capacitor as close as possible to the VOUT
and GND pins.

Place the soft start capacitor close to the SS pin.

Connect the load as close as possible to the VOUT and
SENSE pins (ADP1752) or to the VOUT and ADJ pins
(ADP1753).
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
Use of 0603 or 0805 size capacitors and resistors achieves the
smallest possible footprint solution on boards where area is
limited.
Figure 10. Typical Board Layout, Bottom Side
THERMAL CONSIDERATIONS
To guarantee reliable operation, the junction temperature of the
ADP1752/ADP1753 must not exceed 125°C. To ensure that the
junction temperature stays below this maximum value, the user
needs to be aware of the parameters that contribute to junction
temperature changes. These parameters include ambient temperature, power dissipation in the power device, and thermal resistance
between the junction and ambient air (θJA). The θJA value is
dependent on the package assembly compounds used and the
amount of copper to which the GND pins of the package are
soldered on the PCB. Table 2 shows typical θJA values of the 16-lead
LFCSP for various PCB copper sizes. Table 3 shows the typical
ΨJB value of the 16-lead LFCSP.
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Table 2. Typical θJA Values
Figure 9. Typical Board Layout, Top Side
Copper Size (mm2)
01
100
500
1000
6400
1
θJA (°C/W), LFCSP
130
80
69
54
42
Device soldered to minimum size pin traces.
Table 3. Typical ΨJB Values
Copper Size (mm2)
100
500
1000
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ΨJB (°C/W) @ 1 W
32.7
31.5
25.5
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where:
TA is the ambient temperature.
PD is the power dissipation in the die, given by
PD = [(VIN − VOUT) × ILOAD] + (VIN × IGND)
(2)
where:
VIN and VOUT are the input and output voltages, respectively.
ILOAD is the load current.
IGND is the ground current.
120
LOAD = 800mA
100
LOAD = 400mA
80
40
20
0
0.25
As shown in Equation 3, for a given ambient temperature, inputto-output voltage differential, and continuous load current, a
minimum copper size requirement exists for the PCB to ensure
that the junction temperature does not rise above 125°C. Figure 11
through Figure 16 show junction temperature calculations for
different ambient temperatures, load currents, VIN to VOUT
differentials, and areas of PCB copper.
120
120
1.25
1.75
2.25
2.75
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
LOAD = 800mA
LOAD = 400mA
100
LOAD = 200mA
80
LOAD = 100mA
60
40
20
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
0
0.25
100
LOAD = 800mA
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
2.75
VIN – VOUT (V)
80
Figure 13. 0 mm2 of PCB Copper, TA = 25°C, LFCSP
LOAD = 400mA
60
140
0
0.25
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
VIN – VOUT (V)
Figure 11. 6400 mm2 of PCB Copper, TA = 25°C, LFCSP
2.75
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
20
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
120
LOAD = 800mA
100
LOAD = 400mA
80
LOAD = 200mA
60
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
40
20
0
0.25
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
VIN – VOUT (V)
Figure 14. 6400 mm2 of PCB Copper, TA = 50°C, LFCSP
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2.75
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LOAD = 200mA
40
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JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
140
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
0.75
Figure 12. 500 mm2 of PCB Copper, TA = 25°C, LFCSP
(3)
TJ = TA + {[(VIN − VOUT) × ILOAD] × θJA}
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
VIN – VOUT (V)
Power dissipation due to ground current is quite small and can
be ignored. Therefore, the junction temperature equation can
be simplified as follows:
140
LOAD = 200mA
60
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(1)
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
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TJ = TA + (PD × θJA)
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
140
The junction temperature of the ADP1752/ADP1753 can be
calculated from the following equation:
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In cases where the board temperature is known, the thermal
characterization parameter, ΨJB, can be used to estimate the
junction temperature rise. Maximum junction temperature (TJ)
is calculated from the board temperature (TB) and power
dissipation (PD) using the following formula:
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
120
LOAD = 800mA
LOAD = 400mA
100
LOAD = 200mA
80
TJ = TB + (PD × ΨJB)
140
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
2.75
VIN – VOUT (V)
Figure 15. 500 mm2 of PCB Copper, TA = 50°C, LFCSP
140
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
120
100
LOAD =
800mA
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
120
100
LOAD = 800mA
80
LOAD = 400mA
60
LOAD = 200mA
40
20
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
LOAD = 400mA
0
0.25
LOAD = 200mA
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
2.75
VIN – VOUT (V)
80
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20
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
40
0
0.25
Figure 17. 500 mm2 of PCB Copper, TB = 25°C, LFCSP
60
140
0
0.25
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
VIN – VOUT (V)
Figure 16. 0 mm2 of PCB Copper, TA = 50°C, LFCSP
2.75
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
120
LOAD = 800mA
100
LOAD = 400mA
80
LOAD = 200mA
60
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
40
20
0
0.25
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
VIN – VOUT (V)
Figure 18. 500 mm2 of PCB Copper, TB = 50°C, LFCSP
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2.75
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20
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
40
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JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
(4)
60
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JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
140
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140
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
120
100
LOAD = 800mA
80
LOAD = 400mA
60
LOAD = 200mA
40
20
0
0.25
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
VIN – VOUT (V)
2.75
Figure 19. 1000 mm2 of PCB Copper, TB = 25°C, LFCSP
MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
120
LOAD = 800mA
100
LOAD = 400mA
80
LOAD = 200mA
60
LOAD = 100mA
LOAD = 50mA
LOAD = 10mA
40
20
0
0.25
0.75
1.25
1.75
2.25
VIN – VOUT (V)
Figure 20. 1000 mm2 of PCB Copper, TB = 50°C, LFCSP
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2.75
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MAX JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
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JUNCTION TEMPERATURE, TJ (°C)
140
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ORDERING INFORMATION
BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 4.
Qty
2
1
3
1
2
1
Reference Designator
C1, C2
C3
J1, J2, J3
R1
R2, R3
U1
Description
Capacitor, MLCC, 4.7 μF, 6.3 V, 0805, X5R
Capacitor, MLCC, 10 nF, 50 V, 0603, X5R
Header, single, STR, 2 pins
Resistor, 100 kΩ, 0.10 W, 0603
Resistor, 0.10 W, 0603
IC, LDO regulator
ESD CAUTION
ORDERING GUIDE
Model
ADP1752-1.5-EVALZ1
1.5
ADP1753-EVALZ1
Adjustable
1
Manufacturer/Vendor
Murata or equivalent
Murata or equivalent
Digi-Key Corp.
Vishay or equivalent
Vishay or equivalent
Analog Devices, Inc.
Output Voltage (V)
Description
Fixed 1.5 V Output
Evaluation Board
Adjustable Output
Evaluation Board
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
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Vendor Part No.
GRM219R61A475KE34
GRM188R71H103KA01
S1012E-36-ND
CRCW0603100KFKEA
Not installed
ADP1752UJPZ-1.5-R7,
ADP1753UJPZ-R7
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NOTES
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