ATMEL U6813B

Features
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Digital Self-supervising Watchdog with Hysteresis
One 150-mA Output Driver for Relay
One High-side Driver for N-channel Power FET
Positive and Negative Enable Output
Positive and Negative Reset Output
Over/Under-voltage Detection
Relay and Power FET Outputs Protected Against Standard Transients and 55-V Load
Dump
Description
The function of microcontrollers in safety-critical applications (e.g., anti-lock systems)
needs to be monitored permanently. Usually, this task is accomplished by an independent watchdog timer. The monolithic IC U6813B, designed in bipolar technology and
qualified according to the needs of the automotive industry, includes such a watchdog
timer and provides additional features for added value. With the help of integrated
driver stages, it is easy to control safety-related functions of a relay and of an N-channel power MOSFET in high-side applications. In case of a microcontroller malfunction
or supply-voltage anomalies, the U6813B provides positive and negative reset and
enable output signals. This flexibility guarantees a broad range of applications. The
U6813B is based on of Atmel’s fail-safe ICs U6808B and U6809B.
Fail-safe IC with
High-side and
Relay Driver
U6813B
Figure 1. Block Diagram
VCC
Bandgap
reference
2.44 V
Power-on
reset
Reset
debounce
Reset
delay
fosc
fosc
3.3 V 16
3
P-RES
4
N-RES
1
RELO
6
N-EN
5
P-EN
3.3-V under- and
overvoltage detect.
VCC 14
Current
limitation
VCC
5-V under- and
overvoltage detect.
Internal
oscillator
RELI 13
19k
fosc
19k
RCoscillator
supervisor
FETI 12
Watchdog
WDI 11
19k
15
SGND
2
GND
VCC
RC
oscillator
FET
output
10
8
WDC
9
FETO
7
VS
CAPI
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Pin Configuration
Figure 2. Pinning SO16
RELO
GND
P-RES
N-RES
P-EN
N-EN
VS
CAPI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
3.3V
SGND
VCC
RELI
FETI
WDI
WDC
FETO
Pin Description
Pin
Symbol
Description
Function
Type
1
RELO
Open-collector output driver
Fail-safe relay driver
Driver on: L
2
GND
Supply
General ground
3
P-RES
Digital output
Positive reset signal
Reset: H
4
N-RES
Digital output
Negative reset signal
Reset: L
5
P-EN
Digital output
Positive enable signal
Enable: H
6
N-EN
Digital output
Negative enable signal
Enable: L
7
VS
Battery supply
Voltage for charge pump
8
CAPI
Analog input
Input bootstrap capacitor
9
FETO
Power FET output
High voltage for N-channel FET
10
WDC
Analog input
External RC for watchdog timer
11
WDI
Digital input
Watchdog trigger signal
Pulse sequence
12
FETI
Digital input
Activation of power FET
FET on: H
13
RELI
Digital input
Activation of relay driver
Driver on: H
14
VCC
Supply
5-V supply
15
SGND
Supply
Sense ground, reference for VCC and 3.3 V
16
3.3V
Analog input
3.3-V supply
Fail-safe Functions
2
A fail-safe IC has to maintain its monitoring function even if there is a fault condition at
one of the pins (e.g., short circuit), ensuring that a microcontroller system does not
reach a “critical status”. A critical status means, for example, if the system is not able to
switch off the relay or disable the power MOSFET, or if the system is not able to provide
a signal to the microcontroller via ENABLE- and RESET-outputs in the case of a fault
condition. The U6813B is designed to handle those fault conditions according to Table 1
for a maximum of system safety.
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Table 1. Truth Table
RELI
FETI
RELO
FETO
N-RES
P-RES
P-EN (2)
N-EN (3)
ok
H
x
on
x
H
L
H
L
ok
L (1)
x
off
x
H
L
H
L
ok
x
H
x
on
H
L
H
L
x
off
H
L
H
L
VCC
3.3V
WDI
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
x
ok
ok
wrong
x
x
off
off
H
L
L
H
x
wrong
x
x
x
off
off
L
H
L
H
x
x
x
x
off
off
L
H
L
H
wrong
Notes:
L
(1)
1. default state at open input
2. P-EN disable: low
3. N-EN disable: high
Watchdog Description
Figure 3. Watchdog Block Diagram
Binary counter
WDC
Dual MUX
WDI
Slope
detector
Up/down
counter
RS-FF
WD-OK
RESET
OSCERR
The microcontroller is monitored by a digital window watchdog which accepts an incomming trigger signal of a constant frequency for correct operation. The frequency of the
trigger signal can be varied in a broad range as the watchdog’s time window is determined by external R/C components. The following description refers to the watchdog
timing diagram with tolerances (see Figure 4).
WDI Input (Pin 11)
The microcontroller has to provide a trigger signal with the frequency fWDI which is fed to
the WDI input. A positive edge of fWDI detected by a slope detector resets the binary
counter and clocks the up/down counter.The latter one counts only from 0 to 3 or
reverse. Each correct trigger increments the up/down counter by 1, each wrong trigger
decrements it by 1. As soon as the counter reaches status 3, the RS flip-flop is set; see
Figure 5 (Watchdog state diagram). A missing incoming trigger signal is detected after
250 clocks of the internal watchdog frequency fRC (see WD_OK output) and resets the
up/down counter directly.
WDC Input (Pin 10)
It is to be equiped by external R/C components. By means of an external R/C circuitry,
the IC generates a time base (frequency fWDC) independent from the microcontroller.
The watchdog’s time window refers to a frequency of fWDC = 100 ´ fWDI.
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OSCERR Input
A smart watchdog has to ensure that internal problems with its own time base are
detected and do not lead to an undesired status of the complete system. If the RC oscillator stops oscillating, a signal is fed to the OSCERR input after a timeout delay. It
resets the up/down counter and disables the WD-OK output. Without this reset function,
the watchdog would freeze its current status when fRC stops.
RESET Input
During power-on and under/overvoltage detection, a reset signal is fed to this pin. It
resets the watchdog timer and sets the initial state.
WD-OK Output
After the up/down counter has reached to status 3 (see Figure 5, Watchdog State
Diagram), the RS flip-flop is set and the WD-OK output becomes logic “1”. As WD-OK is
directly connected to the enable pins, the open-collector output P-EN provides also logic
“1” while a logic “0” is available at N-EN output. If on the other hand the up/down counter
is decremented to “0”, the RS flip-flop is reset, the WD-OK output and the P-EN output
are logic “0” and N-EN output is logic “1”. The WD-OK output also controls a dual MUX
stage which shifts the time window by one clock after a successful trigger, thus forming
a hysteresis to provide stable conditions for the evaluation of the trigger signal “good or
false”. The WD-OK signal is also reset in case the watchdog counter is not reset after
250 clocks (missing trigger signal).
Figure 4. Watchdog Timing Diagram with Tolerances
Time/s
79/ fWDC
80/ fWDC
169/ fWDC
170/ fWDC
250/ fWDC
251/ fWDC
Watchdog Window
update rate is good
Update rate is
too fast
Update rate is
either too fast or
good
Update rate is
either too slow
or good
Update rate is
too slow
Update rate is
either too slow
or pulse has
dropped out
Pulse has
dropped out
Figure 5. Watchdog State Diagram
good
Initial status
2/NF
1/NF
bad
bad
bad
good
good
bad
O/F
3/NF
bad
good
bad
1/F
2/F
good
good
Explanation
4
In each block, the first character represents the state of the counter. The second notation indicates the fault status of the counter. A fault status is indicated by an “F” and a
no-fault status is indicated by an “NF”. When the watchdog is powered up initially, the
counter starts at the 0/F block (initial state). “Good” indicates that a pulse has been
received whose width resides within the timing window. “Bad” indicates that a pulse has
been received whose width is either too short or too long.
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Watchdog Window
Calculation
Example with recommended values
Cosc = 6.8 nF (should be preferably 10%, NPO)
Rosc = 36 kW
(can be 5%, Rosc < 200 kW due to leakage current and humidity)
RC oscillator
tWDC (s) = 10-3 [Cosc (nF) [(0.00078 Rosc (kW)) + 0.0005]]
fWDC (Hz) = 1 / (tWDC)
Watchdog WDI
fWDI (Hz) = 0.01 fWDC
tWDC = 200 µs ® fWDC = 5 kHz
fWDI = 50 Hz ® tWDI = 20 ms
WDI pulse width for fault detection after 3 pulses:
Upper watchdog window
Minimum: 169/ fWDC = 33.8 ms -> fWDC/ 169 = 29.55 Hz
Maximum: 170/ fWDC = 34 ms -> fWDC/ 170 = 29.4 Hz
Lower watchdog window
Minimum: 79/ fWDC = 15.8 ms -> fWDC / 79 = 63.3 Hz
Maximum: 80/ fWDC = 16 ms -> fWDC / 80 = 62.5 Hz
WDI dropouts for immediate fault detection:
Minimum:
Maximum:
250/ fWDC = 50.0 ms
251/ fWDC = 50.2 ms
Remarks to reset relay
The duration of the over- or undervoltage pulses determines the enable- and reset outputs. A pulse duration shorter than the debounce time has no effect on the outputs. A
pulse longer than the debounce time results in the first reset delay. If a pulse appears
during this delay, a second delay time is triggered. Therefore, the total reset delay time
can be longer than specified in the data sheet.
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameters
Symbol
Value
Unit
VS
- 0.2 to +26
V
Ptot
Ptot
250
150
mW
mW
Tj
150
°C
Ambient temperature range
Tamb
-40 to +125
°C
Storage temperature range
Tstg
-55 to +155
°C
Symbol
Value
Unit
RthJA
110
K/W
Supply voltage range
Power dissipation
VS = 5 V; Tamb = -40°C
VS = 5 V; Tamb = 125°C
Junction temperature
Thermal Resistance
Parameters
Junction ambient
Electrical Characteristics
VCC = 5 V, Tamb = -40 to +125°C; reference pin is GND or SGND (over- and under-voltage detection);
fintern = 200 kHz +50%/-45%, fWDC = 5 kHz ±10%; fWDI = 50 Hz, bootstrap capacitor CBoot = 47 nF at Pin CAPI
No.
1
Parameters
Test Conditions
Pin
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Type*
Supply
1.1
Operation-voltage
range
14
VCC
4.5
5.5
V
D
1.2
Operation-voltage
range of
RESET outputs
14
VCC
1.1
18.0
V
A
1.3
Current consumption
15
10
mA
mA
2
V = 5.25 V, Relay on
Tamb = -40°C
Tamb = +125°C
A
14
ICC
ICC
Digital Input WDI
2.1
Detection low
11
VWDI
-0.2
0.3 ´
VCC
V
D
2.2
Detection high
11
VWDI
0.7 ´
VCC
VCC
+ 0.2 V
V
D
2.3
Internal pull-down
resistor
11
RINT11
10
40
kW
A
2.4
Input current low
Input voltage = 0 V
11
IWDI
-5
5
µA
A
2.5
Input current high
Input voltage = 5 V
11
IWDI
100
550
µA
A
3
Digital Input RELI
3.1
Detection low
13
VRELI
-0.2
0.3 ´
VCC
V
D
3.2
Detection high
13
VRELI
0.7 ´
VCC
VCC
+ 0.2 V
V
D
3.3
Internal pull-down
resistor
13
RINT13
10
40
kW
A
3.4
Input current low
13
IRELI
-5
5
µA
A
Input voltage = 0 V
*) Type means: A = 100% tested, B = 100% correlation tested, C = Characterized on samples, D = Design parameter
Note:
1. If VS > 26 V the current has to be limited at 5 mA by an external resistor.
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Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
VCC = 5 V, Tamb = -40 to +125°C; reference pin is GND or SGND (over- and under-voltage detection);
fintern = 200 kHz +50%/-45%, fWDC = 5 kHz ±10%; fWDI = 50 Hz, bootstrap capacitor CBoot = 47 nF at Pin CAPI
No.
Parameters
Test Conditions
Pin
Symbol
Min.
3.5
Input current high
Input voltage = 5 V
13
IRELI
4
Digital Input FETI
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Type*
100
550
µA
A
4.1
Detection low
12
VFETI
-0.2
0.3 ´
VCC
V
A
4.2
Detection high
12
VFETI
0.7 ´
VCC
VCC
+ 0.2 V
V
A
4.3
Internal pull-down
resistor
12
RINT12
10
40
kW
A
4.4
Input current low
Input voltage = 0 V
12
IFETI
-5
5
µA
A
Input current high
Input voltage = 5 V
12
IFETI
100
550
µA
A
0.5
V
A
0.5
µA
A
500
µs
A
ms
A
V
A
4.5
5
Digital Output N-RES (Open Collector)
5.1
Saturation voltage
low
Ireset £ 2.5 mA
4
VSAT4
5.2
Leakage current
at 5 V, high state
4
ILEAK4
5.3
Reset debounce time
(switch to low)
Over- or undervoltage
4
tDEB4
5.4
Reset delay (switch
back to high)
Over- or undervoltage
4
tDEL4
6
120
50
Digital Output P-RES (Internal Pull-down Resistor)
6.1
Saturation voltage
high
Ireset £ 0.3 mA
3
VSAT3
6.2
Leakage current
at 0 V, low state
3
ILEAK3
VCC0.5 V
VCC
0.5
µA
A
100
kW
A
500
µs
A
ms
A
VCC
V
A
0.5
µA
A
100
kW
A
500
µs
A
ms
A
6.3
Internal pull-down
resistor
at 5 V
3
RINT3
25
6.4
Reset debounce time
(switch to low)
Over- or undervoltage
3
tDEB3
120
6.5
Reset delay (switch
back to high)
Over- or undervoltage
3
tDEL3
7
320
320
50
Digital Output N-EN (with Open Collector and Internal Pull-down Resistor)
7.1
Saturation voltage
high
I £ 1 mA
6
VSAT6
7.2
Leakage current
at 0 V, low state
6
ILEAK6
7.3
Internal pull-down
resistor
at 5 V
6
RINT6
25
7.4
Enable debounce
time (switch to low)
Over- or undervoltage
6
tDEB6
120
7.5
Enable delay (switch
back to high)
Over- or undervoltage
6
tDEL6
VCC0.5V
320
85
*) Type means: A = 100% tested, B = 100% correlation tested, C = Characterized on samples, D = Design parameter
Note:
1. If VS > 26 V the current has to be limited at 5 mA by an external resistor.
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Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
VCC = 5 V, Tamb = -40 to +125°C; reference pin is GND or SGND (over- and under-voltage detection);
fintern = 200 kHz +50%/-45%, fWDC = 5 kHz ±10%; fWDI = 50 Hz, bootstrap capacitor CBoot = 47 nF at Pin CAPI
No.
8
Parameters
Test Conditions
Pin
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Type*
Digital Output P-EN (Internal Pull-up Resistor)
8.1
Saturation voltage
high
I £ 3 mA
5
VSAT5
0.5
V
A
8.2
Leakage current
at 5 V, high state
5
ILEAK5
0.5
mA
A
8.3
Internal pull-up
resistor
at 0 V
5
RINT5
12.5
50
kW
A
8.4
Enable debounce
time (switch to high)
Over- or undervoltage
5
tDEB5
120
500
ms
A
8.5
Enable delay (switch
back to low)
Over- or undervoltage
5
tDEL5
ms
A
9
Relay Driver (RELO)
I £ 150 mA
1
VSAT1
0.1
0.5
V
A
320
85
9.1
Saturation voltage
9.2
Current limitation
1
ILIM
150
300
mA
A
9.3
Internal clamping
voltage
1
VCL
26
30
V
A
9.4
Turn-off energy
1
mJ
C
9.5
Leakage current
mA
mA
A
10
Power-FET Output FETO (Maximum Load Capacitor at FET Gate 470 pF, Charge-pump Frequency 110 to 300 kHz)
10.1
Output voltage
10.2
Operation range
VBatt = 16 V
VBatt = 26 V at 25°C
VS = 9 V to 15 V
1
30
20
200
ILEAK1
ILEAK1
9
VOUT9
VS +
10 V
7
VS
9
20
V
A
24
V
A
30
V
A
10.3
Overvoltage shutdown
7
VS
20
10.4
Internal clamping
voltage
9
VCL
26
10.5
On/off frequency
10.6
Maximum current
FETO
9
f
9
IFETO
10
200
11
Battery Supply
11.1
Internal clamping
voltage
7
VCL
26
11.2
Clamping current
capability (1)
7
IVS
5
11.3
Leakage current
at FETI = low
7
ILEAVS
12
VS +
15 V
V
A
Hz
A
mA
A
V
A
mA
A
100
mA
A
30
Reset and VCC Control
12.1
Lower reset level
Reference SGND
14
VCC
4.5
4.75
V
A
12.2
Upper reset level
Reference SGND
14
VCC
5.25
5.5
V
A
12.3
Hysteresis
14
VHYST14
25
100
mV
A
12.4
Reset debounce time
14
tDEB
120
320
500
ms
A
12.5
Reset delay
14
tDEL
20
50
80
ms
A
*) Type means: A = 100% tested, B = 100% correlation tested, C = Characterized on samples, D = Design parameter
Note:
1. If VS > 26 V the current has to be limited at 5 mA by an external resistor.
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Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
VCC = 5 V, Tamb = -40 to +125°C; reference pin is GND or SGND (over- and under-voltage detection);
fintern = 200 kHz +50%/-45%, fWDC = 5 kHz ±10%; fWDI = 50 Hz, bootstrap capacitor CBoot = 47 nF at Pin CAPI
No.
Parameters
Test Conditions
13
Reset and 3.3 V Control
Pin
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Type*
13.1
Lower reset level
Reference SGND
16
V3.3V
2.97
3.13
V
A
13.2
Upper reset level
Reference SGND
16
V3.3V
3.47
3.63
V
A
13.3
Hysteresis
16
VHYST16
15
70
mV
A
13.4
Reset debounce time
16
tDEB16
120
320
500
ms
A
13.5
Reset delay
16
tDEL16
20
50
13.6
Current
16
I3.3V
10
fWDC
4.5
tPOR
14
RC Oscillator WDC
14.1
Oscillator frequency
15
Watchdog Timing
ROSC = 36 kW
COSC = 6.8 nF
80
ms
A
0.5
mA
C
5.5
kHz
A
34.3
103.1
ms
A
tRCerror
81.9
246
ms
A
5
15.1
Power-on-reset
prolongation time
15.2
Detection time for
RC-oscillator fault
15.3
Time interval for
over/under-voltage
detection
tD,OUV
0.16
0.64
ms
A
15.4
Reaction time of reset
output at over/under
voltage
tR,OUV
0.187
0.72
ms
A
15.5
Nominal frequency for
WDI
fRC = 100 fWDI
fWDI
10
65
Hz
D
15.6
Nominal frequency for
WDC
fWDI = 1/100 fWDC
fWDC
1
6.5
kHz
D
15.7
Minimum pulse
duration for a
guaranteed WDI
input-pulse detection
fWDC = 5 kHz
tP,WDI
364
µs
A
15.8
Frequency range for a
correct WDI signal
fWDC = 5 kHz
fWDI
32.35
Hz
D
15.9
Number of incorrect
WDI trigger counts for
locking the outputs
nlock
3
A
15.10
Number of correct
WDI trigger counts for
releasing the outputs
nrelease
3
A
15.11
Detection time for a
stucked WDI signal
VCR = constant
VWDI = constant
fWDC = 5 kHz
tWDIerror
49
56.25
51
ms
A
*) Type means: A = 100% tested, B = 100% correlation tested, C = Characterized on samples, D = Design parameter
Note:
1. If VS > 26 V the current has to be limited at 5 mA by an external resistor.
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Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
VCC = 5 V, Tamb = -40 to +125°C; reference pin is GND or SGND (over- and under-voltage detection);
fintern = 200 kHz +50%/-45%, fWDC = 5 kHz ±10%; fWDI = 50 Hz, bootstrap capacitor CBoot = 47 nF at Pin CAPI
No.
Parameters
Test Conditions
16
Watchdog Timing Relative to fWDC
16.1
Minimum pulse
duration for a
guaranteed WDI
input-pulse detection
16.2
Frequency range for a
correct WDI signal
16.3
Hysteresis range at
the WDI ok margins
16.4
Detection time for a
stucked WDI signal
(WDI dropout)
Pin
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
2
80
170
1
VWDI = constant
250
251
Unit
Type*
cycles
A
cycles
D
cycle
A
cycles
A
*) Type means: A = 100% tested, B = 100% correlation tested, C = Characterized on samples, D = Design parameter
Note:
1. If VS > 26 V the current has to be limited at 5 mA by an external resistor.
Table 2. Protection Versus Transient Voltages According to ISO TR 7637-1 Level 4 (Except Pulse 5)
Note:
10
Pulse
Voltage
Source Resistance (1)
Rise Time
Duration
Amount
1
- 110 V
10 W
100 V/s
2 ms
15.000
2
+ 110 V
10 W
100 V/s
0.05 ms
15.000
3a
- 160 V
50 W
30 V/ns
0.1 µs
1h
3b
+ 150 V
50 W
20 V/ns
0.1 µs
1h
5
55 V
2W
10 V/ms
250 ms
20
1. In the case of the relay driver, the coil resistance of Rmin = 150 W has to be added to the source resistance.
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Timing Diagrams
Figure 6. Watchdog in Too-fast Condition
Normal operation
WDI too fast
Normal operation
5V
WDI
0V
V Batt
RELO
0V
V Batt
FETO
0V
5V
P-EN
0V
5V
N-EN
0V
Don't care
14195
Figure 7. Watchdog in Too-slow Condition
Normal operation
WDI too slow
Normal operation
5V
WDI
0V
V Batt
RELO
0V
V Batt
FETO
0V
5V
P-EN
0V
5V
N-EN
0V
Don't care
14196
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Figure 8. Overvoltage Condition
Overvoltage condition
> 120 µs
5V
< 120 µs
>5.5 V
>5.5 V
V CC
0V
V Batt
RELO
0V
V Batt
FETO
0V
5V
P-EN
0V
5V
N-EN
0V
5V
N-RES
0V
5V
P-RES
0V
Reset debounce time
3 good WDI pulses
Don't care
1st Reset delay
2nd Reset delay
Figure 9. Undervoltage Condition
Undervoltage condition
> 120 µs
5V
V CC
<4.5 V
<120 µs
<4.5 V
0V
V Batt
RELO
0V
V Batt
FETO
0V
5V
P-EN
0V
5V
N-EN
0V
5V
N-RES
0V
5V
P-RES
0V
Reset debounce time
3 good WDI pulses
Don't care
1st Reset delay
2nd Reset delay
12
U6813B
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U6813B
Figure 10. Application Circuit
From mC
FET in
Relay in
Watchdog in
VBatt
Sense ground
3.3 V
1k
36k
VCC
2.7M
47n
16
15
3.3V
SGND
14
13
12
VCC
RELI
FETI
11
WDI
10
9
WDC
FETO
6.8n
U6813B
RELO
1
GND
2
P-RES
N-RES
P-EN
N-EN
VS
3
4
5
6
7
CAPI
8
47n
To mC
1k
VBatt
100n
13
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Ordering Information
Extended Type Number
Package
U6813B-MFPG3
SO16
Remarks
Taped and reeled
Package Information
Package SO16
Dimensions in mm
5.2
4.8
10.0
9.85
3.7
1.4
0.25
0.10
0.4
1.27
6.15
5.85
8.89
16
0.2
3.8
9
technical drawings
according to DIN
specifications
1
14
8
U6813B
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