ISO-9001 CERTIFIED BY DSCC M.S.KENNEDY CORP. 161 HIGH POWER CLASS C AMPLIFIER 4707 Dey Road Liverpool, N.Y. 13088 (315) 701-6751 MIL-PRF-38534 QUALIFIED FEATURES: High Output Current Wide Supply Range Low Cost Class "C" Output Stage Wide Common Mode Range Low Quiescent Current Electrically Isolated Case Replaces PA61 DESCRIPTION: MSK 161 The MSK 161 is a high output current operational amplifier designed to drive resistive or reactive loads. The Class "C" output stage is protected by a user programmable current limit scheme. The MSK 161 is designed to be a low cost solution for low frequency applications where crossover distortion is not critical. The MSK 161 can supply ±10 amps of output current within its safe operating range and boasts a 16 KHz power bandwidth. A low junction to case thermal resistance of only 1.2°C/W for the output devices keeps junction temperatures low when driving large load currents. EQUIVALENT SCHEMATIC EQUIVALENT SCHEMATIC TYPICAL APPLICATIONS TYPICAL APPLICATIONS PIN-OUT INFORMATION 1 2 3 4 Programmable Power Supply Valve and Actuator Control Motor/Syncro Driver AC or DC Power Regulator 1 Output Positive Current Limit Positive Power Supply Non-Inverting Input 8 7 6 5 Negative Current Limit NC Negative Power Supply Inverting Input Rev. A 6/02 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS ±VCC IOUT VIN TC TST Storage Temperature Range TLD Lead Temperature Range (10 Seconds) TJ Junction Temperature Supply Voltage ±45V Output Current ±10A Differential Input Voltage ±VCC -3V Case Operating Temperature Range (MSK 161B/E) -55°C to+125°C (MSK 161) -40°C to +85°C ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ -65°C to +150°C 300°C ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 175°C ○ ○ ○ ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ±Vcc=36VDC Unless Otherwise Specified Group A Test Conditions Parameter ○ MSK 161B/E Subgroup Min. Typ. MSK 161 Max. Min. Units Typ. Max. - ±45.0 V STATIC 2 Supply Voltage Range - ±10.0 - VIN=0V 1 - ±3.0 ±10.0 - ±3.0 ±10.0 mA A V=-10V/V 2,3 - - ±15.0 - - - mA F<60Hz Junction to Case - - 1.2 1.8 - 1.2 1.8 °C/W 1 - ±2.0 ±6.0 - ±2.0 ±10 mV Bal.Pins=NC 2,3 - ±10.0 ±15.0 - - - mV VCM=0V 1 - ±12.0 ±30.0 Either Input 2,3 - VCM=0V 1 - 2,3 - - - - - - 74 4 ±40 RCL=0Ω AV=-10V/V TJ<175°C 4 ±9.0 ±10.0 0.1% 2V step - - VOUT=±25V RL=1KΩ AV=-10V/V 4 Quiescent Current Thermal Resistance 2 ±45.0 ±10.0 INPUT VIN=0V Input Offset Voltage Input Bias Current Input Offset Current Input Impedance F=DC 2 Common Mode Range AV=10V/V 2 Common Mode Rejection Ratio 2 F=1KHz VCM=±10V - ±12.0 ±50 nA ±115.0 - - - nA ±12.0 ±30.0 - ±12.0 ±50 nA - - nA - ±115.0 - 200 - - 200 - MΩ - - ±VS-3 - V 100 - 74 100 - dB - - ±40 - - V - ±9.0 10.0 - A 2.0 - - 2.0 - µS ±V S-3 OUTPUT VCC=±45V RL=1KΩ Output Voltage Swing Output Current, Peak Settling Time 1 2 AV=-10V/V TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS Slew Rate 1.0 2.5 - 1.0 2.5 - V/µS Open Loop Voltage Gain 2 VO=±25V RL=1KΩ F=10Hz 4 96 100 - 96 100 - dB Gain Bandwidth Product 2 RL=1KΩ F=1MHz - - 1 - - 1 - MHz NOTES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 AV= -1, measured in false summing junction circuit. Guaranteed by design but not tested. Typical parameters are representative of actual device performance but are for reference only. Industrial grade and "E" suffix devices shall be tested to subgroups 1 and 4 unless otherwise specified. Military grade devices ("B" suffix) shall be 100% tested to subgroups 1,2,3 and 4. Subgroups 5 and 6 testing available upon request. TA=TC=+25°C Subgroup 1,4 TA=TC=+125°C Subgroup 2,5 TA=TC=-55°C Subgroup 3,6 2 Rev. A 6/02 APPLICATION NOTES HEAT SINKING CURRENT LIMIT To determine if a heat sink is necessary for your application and if so, what type, refer to the thermal model and governing equation below. The MSK 161 has an on-board current limit scheme designed to shut off the output drivers anytime output current exceeds a predetermined limit. The following formula may be used to determine the value of current limit resistance necessary to establish the desired current limit. Thermal Model: RCL=(OHMs)=(0.65 volts/current limit in amps) - 0.01OHM The 0.01 ohm term takes into account any wire bond and lead resistance. Since the 0.65 volt term is obtained from the base emitter voltage drop of a bipolar transistor: the equation only holds true for operation at +25°C case temperature. The effect that temperature has on current limit may be seen on the Current Limit vs. Case Temperature Curve in the Typical Performance Curves. CURRENT LIMIT CONNECTION Governing Equation: TJ=PD x (RθJC + RθCS + RθSA) + TA Where TJ=Junction Temperature PD=Total Power Dissipation RθJC=Junction to Case Thermal Resistance RθCS=Case to Heat Sink Thermal Resistance RθSA=Heat Sink to Ambient Thermal Resistance TC=Case Temperature TA=Ambient Temperature TS=Sink Temperature Example: In our example the amplifier application requires the output to drive a 20 volt peak sine wave across a 400Ω load for 50mA of peak output current. For a worst case analysis we will treat the 50mA peak output current as a D.C. output current. The power supplies are ±40 VDC. 1.) Find Power Dissipation PD =[(quiescent current) x (VS-(VS))]+[(+VS-VO) x IOUT] =(3.0mA) x (80V)+(20V) x (1A) =0.24W+20W =20.24W 2.) For conservative design, set TJ=+125°C 3.) For this example, worst case TA=+50°C 4.) RθJC=1.8°C/W from MSK 161 Data Sheet 5.) RθCS=0.15°C/W for most thermal greases 6.) Rearrange governing equation to solve for RθSA RθSA=((TJ-TA)/PD) - (RθJC) - (RθCS) =((125°C -50°C)/20.24W) - (1.8°C/W) - (0.15°C/W) =1.76°C/W POWER SUPPLY BYPASSING Both the negative and the positive power supplies must be effectively decoupled with a high and low frequency bypass circuit to avoid power supply induced oscillation. An effective decoupling scheme consists of a 0.1 microfarad ceramic capacitor in parallel with a 4.7 microfarad tantalum capacitor from each power supply pin to ground. It is also a good practice with very high power op-amps, such as the MSK 161, to place a 30-50 microfarad non-electrolytic capacitor with a low effective series resistance in parallel with the other two power supply decoupling capacitors. This capacitor will eliminate any peak output voltage clipping which may occur due to poor power supply load regulation. All power supply decoupling capacitors should be placed as close to the package power supply pins as possible (pins 7 and 12). The heat sink in this example must have a thermal resistance of no more than 1.76°C/W to maintain a junction temperature of no more than +125°C. 3 Rev. A 6/02 TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CURVES 4 Rev. A 6/02 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS MSK 161 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE ±0.010 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE LABELED. ORDERING INFORMATION Part Number MSK161 MSK 161E MSK161B Screening Level Industrial Extended Reliability Mil-PRF-38534 Class H M.S. Kennedy Corp. 4707 Dey Road, Liverpool, New York 13088 Phone (315) 701-6751 FAX (315) 701-6752 www.mskennedy.com The information contained herein is believed to be accurate at the time of printing. MSK reserves the right to make changes to its products or specifications without notice, however, and assumes no liability for the use of its products. Please visit our website for the most recent revision of this datasheet. 5 Rev. A 6/02

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