LINEAGEPOWER AXA003A0X

Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Austin MinilynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5 Vdc Output; 3A Output Current
RoHS Compliant
Features
ƒ
Compliant to RoHS EU Directive 2002/95/EC (-Z
versions)
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Compliant to ROHS EU Directive 2002/95/EC with
lead solder exemption (non-Z versions)
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Delivers up to 3A output current
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High efficiency – 91% at 3.3V full load (VIN = 12.0V)
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Small size and low profile:
22.9 mm x 10.2 mm x 6.63 mm
(0.90 in x 0.4in x 0.261 in)
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Low output ripple and noise
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High Reliability:
Calculated MTBF = 10.8M hours at 25oC Full-load
Applications
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Constant switching frequency (300 kHz)
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Output voltage programmable from 0.75 Vdc to 5.5
Vdc via external resistor
ƒ
Distributed power architectures
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Intermediate bus voltage applications
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Line Regulation: 0.3% (typical)
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Telecommunications equipment
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Load Regulation: 0.4% (typical)
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Servers and storage applications
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Temperature Regulation: 0.4 % (typical)
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Networking equipment
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Remote On/Off
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Enterprise Networks
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Output overcurrent protection (non-latching)
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Latest generation IC’s (DSP, FPGA, ASIC) and
Microprocessor powered applications
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Wide operating temperature range (-40°C to 85°C)
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UL* 60950-1Recognized, CSA C22.2 No.
‡
60950-1-03 Certified, and VDE 0805:2001-12
(EN60950-1) Licensed
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ISO** 9001 and ISO 14001 certified manufacturing
facilities
†
Description
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP (single-inline) power modules are non-isolated DC-DC converters that can deliver up to
3A of output current with full load efficiency of 91% at 3.3V output. These modules provide precisely regulated
output voltage programmable via external resistor from 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc over a wide range of input voltage (VIN =
8.3 - 14V). Their open-frame construction and small footprint enable designers to develop cost- and space-efficient
solutions. In addition to sequencing, standard features include remote On/Off, programmable output voltage and
over current protection.
* UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
†
CSA is a registered trademark of Canadian Standards Association.
VDE is a trademark of Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker e.V.
** ISO is a registered trademark of the International Organization of Standards
‡
Document No: DS04-041 ver. 1.31
PDF name: minilynx_sip_12v_ds.pdf
Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Stresses in excess of the absolute maximum ratings can cause permanent damage to the device. These are
absolute stress ratings only, functional operation of the device is not implied at these or any other conditions in
excess of those given in the operations sections of the data sheet. Exposure to absolute maximum ratings for
extended periods can adversely affect the device reliability.
Parameter
Device
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
All
VIN
-0.3
15
Vdc
All
TA
-40
85
°C
All
Tstg
-55
125
°C
Input Voltage
Continuous
Operating Ambient Temperature
(see Thermal Considerations section)
Storage Temperature
Electrical Specifications
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications apply over all operating input voltage, resistive load, and temperature
conditions.
Parameter
Device
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Vo,set ≤ 3.63
VIN
8.3
12
14
Vdc
Vo,set > 3.63
VIN
8.3
12
13.2
Vdc
All
IIN,max
2.2
Adc
VO,set = 0.75Vdc
IIN,No load
45
mA
VO,set = 5.5Vdc
IIN,No load
150
mA
All
IIN,stand-by
1.2
mA
Inrush Transient
All
It
Input Reflected Ripple Current, peak-to-peak
(5Hz to 20MHz, 1μH source impedance; VIN, min to
VIN, max, IO= IOmax ; See Test configuration section)
All
30
Input Ripple Rejection (120Hz)
All
30
Operating Input Voltage
Maximum Input Current
(VIN= VIN, min to VIN, max, IO=IO, max VO,set = 3.3Vdc)
Input No Load Current
(VIN = VIN, nom Vdc, IO = 0, module enabled)
Input Stand-by Current
(VIN = VIN, nom, module disabled)
2
0.4
2
As
mAp-p
dB
CAUTION: This power module is not internally fused. An input line fuse must always be used.
This power module can be used in a wide variety of applications, ranging from simple standalone operation to being
part of a complex power architecture. To preserve maximum flexibility, internal fusing is not included, however, to
achieve maximum safety and system protection, always use an input line fuse. The safety agencies require a fastacting fuse with a maximum rating of 6 A (see Safety Considerations section). Based on the information provided in
this data sheet on inrush energy and maximum dc input current, the same type of fuse with a lower rating can be
used. Refer to the fuse manufacturer’s data sheet for further information.
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Data Sheet
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Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Electrical Specifications (continued)
Parameter
Output Voltage Set-point
Device
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
All
VO, set
-2.5
VO, set
+2.5
% VO, set
All
VO, set
-3%
⎯
+4%
% VO, set
All
VO
0.7525
5.5
Vdc
(VIN=VIN, min, IO=IO, max, TA=25°C)
Output Voltage
(Over all operating input voltage, resistive load,
and temperature conditions until end of life)
Adjustment Range
Selected by an external resistor
Output Regulation
Line (VIN=VIN, min to VIN, max)
All
⎯
0.3
⎯
% VO, set
Load (IO=IO, min to IO, max)
All
⎯
0.4
⎯
% VO, set
Temperature (Tref=TA, min to TA, max)
All
⎯
0.4
⎯
% VO, set
RMS (5Hz to 20MHz bandwidth)
All
⎯
10
15
mVrms
Peak-to-Peak (5Hz to 20MHz bandwidth)
All
⎯
30
50
mVpk-pk
μF
Output Ripple and Noise on nominal output
(VIN=VIN, nom and IO=IO, min to IO, max
Cout = 1μF ceramic//10μFtantalum capacitors)
External Capacitance
ESR ≥ 1 mΩ
All
CO, max
⎯
⎯
1000
⎯
3000
μF
3
Adc
All
CO, max
⎯
Output Current
All
Io
0
Output Current Limit Inception (Hiccup Mode )
All
IO, lim
⎯
200
⎯
% Io
All
IO, s/c
⎯
2
⎯
Adc
VO,set = 1.2Vdc
η
81.5
%
VIN= VIN, nom, TA=25°C
VO, set = 1.5Vdc
η
84.0
%
IO=IO, max , VO= VO,set
VO,set = 1.8Vdc
η
86.0
%
VO,set = 2.5Vdc
η
89.0
%
VO,set = 3.3Vdc
η
91.0
%
ESR ≥ 10 mΩ
(VO= 90% of VO, set)
Output Short-Circuit Current
(VO≤250mV) ( Hiccup Mode )
Efficiency
Switching Frequency
VO,set = 5.0Vdc
η
All
fsw
⎯
93.0
300
⎯
kHz
%
All
Vpk
⎯
200
⎯
mV
Dynamic Load Response
(dIo/dt=2.5A/μs; VIN = VIN, nom; TA=25°C)
Load Change from Io= 50% to 100% of
Io,max; 1μF ceramic// 10 μF tantalum
Peak Deviation
Settling Time (Vo<10% peak deviation)
All
ts
⎯
25
⎯
μs
(dIo/dt=2.5A/μs; VIN = VIN, nom; TA=25°C)
Load Change from Io= 100% to 50%of Io,max:
1μF ceramic// 10 μF tantalum
All
Vpk
⎯
200
⎯
mV
All
ts
⎯
25
⎯
μs
Peak Deviation
Settling Time (Vo<10% peak deviation)
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Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Electrical Specifications (continued)
Parameter
Device
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
All
Vpk
⎯
75
⎯
mV
Dynamic Load Response
(dIo/dt=2.5A/μs; V VIN = VIN, nom; TA=25°C)
Load Change from Io= 50% to 100% of Io,max;
Co = 2x150 μF polymer capacitors
Peak Deviation
Settling Time (Vo<10% peak deviation)
All
ts
⎯
100
⎯
μs
(dIo/dt=2.5A/μs; VIN = VIN, nom; TA=25°C)
Load Change from Io= 100% to 50%of Io,max:
Co = 2x150 μF polymer capacitors
Peak Deviation
All
Vpk
⎯
75
⎯
mV
Settling Time (Vo<10% peak deviation)
All
ts
⎯
100
⎯
μs
General Specifications
Parameter
Min
Calculated MTBF (IO=IO, max, TA=25°C)
per Telecordia SR-332 Issue 1: Method 1 Case 3
Weight
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Max
10,865,819
⎯
2.8 (0.1)
Unit
Hours
⎯
g (oz.)
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8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Feature Specifications
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications apply over all operating input voltage, resistive load, and temperature
conditions. See Feature Descriptions for additional information.
Parameter
Device
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
On/Off Signal interface
Device code with Suffix “4” – Positive logic
(On/Off is open collector/drain logic input;
Signal referenced to GND - See feature description
section)
Input High Voltage (Module ON)
All
VIH
―
―
VIN, max
V
Input High Current
All
IIH
―
―
10
μA
Input Low Voltage (Module OFF)
All
VIL
-0.2
―
0.3
V
Input Low Current
All
IIL
―
0.2
1
mA
Input High Voltage (Module OFF)
All
VIH
2.5
Input High Current
All
IIH
Input Low Voltage (Module ON)
All
VIL
Input low Current
All
IIL
All
Tdelay
All
All
Device Code with no suffix – Negative Logic
(On/OFF pin is open collector/drain logic input with
external pull-up resistor; signal referenced to GND)
-0.2
―
VIN,max
Vdc
0.2
1
mA
―
0.3
Vdc
―
10
μA
―
3
―
msec
Tdelay
―
3
―
msec
Trise
―
4
―
msec
―
1
% VO, set
140
⎯
°C
Turn-On Delay and Rise Times
o
(IO=IO, max , VIN = VIN, nom, TA = 25 C, )
Case 1: On/Off input is set to Logic Low (Module
ON) and then input power is applied (delay from
instant at which VIN =VIN, min until Vo=10% of Vo,set)
Case 2: Input power is applied for at least one second
and then the On/Off input is set to logic Low (delay from
instant at which Von/Off=0.3V until Vo=10% of Vo, set)
Output voltage Rise time (time for Vo to rise from 10%
of Vo,set to 90% of Vo, set)
Output voltage overshoot – Startup
o
IO= IO, max; VIN = VIN, min to VIN, max , TA = 25 C
Overtemperature Protection
All
Tref
⎯
(See Thermal Consideration section)
Input Undervoltage Lockout
Turn-on Threshold
All
7.9
V
Turn-off Threshold
All
7.8
V
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Characteristic Curves
88
92
86
90
84
88
EFFICIENCY, η (%)
EFFICIENCY, η (%)
The following figures provide typical characteristics for the Austin MiniLynxTM 12 V SIP modules at 25ºC.
82
80
78
76
VIN = 8.3V
74
VIN = 12.0V
72
VIN =14.0V
70
0
0.6
1.2
1.8
86
84
82
80
VIN = 8.3V
78
VIN =12.0V
76
VIN = 14.0V
74
2.4
0
3
0.6
OUTPUT CURRENT, IO (A)
2.4
3
Figure 4. Converter Efficiency versus Output Current
(Vout = 2.5Vdc).
88
95
86
92
84
89
EFFICIENCY, η (%)
EFFICIENCY, η (%)
1.8
OUTPUT CURRENT, IO (A)
Figure 1. Converter Efficiency versus Output Current
(Vout = 1.2Vdc).
82
80
78
76
VIN = 8.3V
74
VIN = 12.0V
72
VIN = 14.0V
70
0
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
86
83
80
VIN = 8.3V
77
VIN = 12.0V
74
VIN = 14.0V
71
0
3
0.6
OUTPUT CURRENT, IO (A)
96
86
93
EFFICIENCY, η (%)
99
88
84
82
80
78
VIN = 8.3V
VIN = 12.0V
74
VIN = 14.0V
72
0
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
OUTPUT CURRENT, IO (A)
Figure 3. Converter Efficiency versus Output Current
(Vout = 1.8Vdc).
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2.4
3
Figure 5. Converter Efficiency versus Output Current
(Vout = 3.3Vdc).
90
76
1.2
OUTPUT CURRENT, IO (A)
Figure 2. Converter Efficiency versus Output Current
(Vout = 1.5Vdc).
EFFICIENCY, η (%)
1.2
90
87
84
81
VIN = 8.3V
78
VIN = 12.0V
75
VIN =14.0V
72
3
0
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
3
OUTPUT CURRENT, IO (A)
Figure 6. Converter Efficiency versus Output Current
(Vout = 5.0Vdc).
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Characteristic Curves (continued)
0.2
0
7
8
9
10
11
12
INPUT VOLTAGE, VIN (V)
VO (V) (10mV/div)
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Figure 7. Input voltage vs. Input Current
(Vout =3.3Vdc).
TIME, t (1μs/div)
VO (V) (10mV/div)
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Figure 8. Typical Output Ripple and Noise
(VIN = 12.0V dc, Vo = 0.75Vdc, Io=3A).
TIME, t (1μs/div)
Figure 9. Typical Output Ripple and Noise
(VIN = 12.0V dc, Vo = 3.3Vdc, Io=3A).
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VO (V) (200mV/div)
IO (A) (1A/div)
0.4
TIME, t (5 μs/div)
Figure 10. Transient Response to Dynamic Load
Change from 50% to 100% of full load (Vo = 3.3Vdc).
VO (V) (200mV/div)
0.6
IO (A) (1A/div)
0.8
OUTPUT CURRENT, OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Io=0A
1
TIME, t (5 μs/div)
Figure 11. Transient Response to Dynamic Load
Change from 100% to 50% of full load (Vo = 3.3 Vdc).
VO (V) (50mV/div)
INPUT CURRENT, IIN (A)
Io=1.5A
1.2
IO (A) (1A/div)
Io=3A
1.4
OUTPUT CURRENT, OUTPUT VOLTAGE
1.6
OUTPUT CURRENT, OUTPUT VOLTAGE
The following figures provide typical characteristics for the Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP modules at 25ºC.
TIME, t (50μs/div)
Figure 12. Transient Response to Dynamic Load
Change from 50% to 100% of full load (Vo = 3.3 Vdc,
Cext = 2x150 μF Polymer Capacitors).
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Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Characteristic Curves (continued)
Low-ESR external capacitors (7x150uF Polymer)
VO (V) (1V/div)
VIN (V) (10V/div)
INPUT VOLTAGE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
TIME, t (1ms/div)
Figure 15. Typical Start-Up Using Remote On/Off with
VO (V) (0.5V/div)
TIME, t (1ms/div)
Figure 17 Typical Start-Up Using Remote On/Off
with Prebias (VIN = 12.0Vdc, Vo = 1.8Vdc, Io = 1.0A,
Vbias =1.0Vdc).
OUTPUT CURRENT,
VO (V) (1V/div)
VOn/off(V) (10V/div)
ON/OFF VOLTAGE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Figure 14. Typical Start-Up Using Remote On/Off
(VIN = 12.0Vdc, Vo = 3.3Vdc, Io = 3A).
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
VO (V) (1V/div)
VOn/off(V) (10V/div)
TIME, t (1ms/div)
TIME, t (1ms/div)
Figure 16. Typical Start-Up with application of Vin
(VIN = 12.0Vdc, Vo = 3.3Vdc, Io = 3A).
VOn/off(V) (10V/div)
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
ON/OFF VOLTAGE
Figure 13. Transient Response to Dynamic Load
Change from 100% of 50% full load (Vo = 3.3Vdc, Cext
= 2x150 μF Polymer Capacitors).
ON/OFF VOLTAGE
TIME, t (50μs/div)
IO (A) (5A/div)
OUTPUT CURRENT, OUTPUTVOLTAGE
IO (A) (1A/div)
VO (V) (50mV/div)
The following figures provide typical characteristics for the Austin MiniLynxTM 12 V SIP modules at 25ºC.
TIME, t (20ms/div)
Figure 18. Output short circuit Current
(VIN = 12.0Vdc, Vo = 0.75Vdc).
(VIN = 12.0Vdc, Vo = 3.3Vdc, Io = 3A, Co = 1050μF).
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Characteristic Curves (continued)
3.5
3.5
3
3.0
2.5
2
1.5
1
100 LFM
0.5
0 LFM
0
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
O
OUTPUT CURRENT, Io (A)
OUTPUT CURRENT, Io (A)
The following figures provide thermal derating curves for the Austin MiniLynxTM 12 V SIP modules.
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
100 LFM
0.5
0 LFM
0.0
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
O
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, TA C
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, TA C
Figure 19. Derating Output Current versus Local
Ambient Temperature and Airflow (VIN = 12.0 Vdc,
Vo=0.75Vdc).
Figure 22. Derating Output Current versus Local
Ambient Temperature and Airflow (VIN = 12 Vdc,
Vo=5.0 Vdc).
OUTPUT CURRENT, Io (A)
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
100 LFM
0.5
0 LFM
0.0
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
O
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, TA C
Figure 20. Derating Output Current versus Local
Ambient Temperature and Airflow (VIN = 12.0Vdc,
Vo=1.8 Vdc).
OUTPUT CURRENT, Io (A)
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
100 LFM
0.5
0 LFM
0.0
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
O
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, TA C
Figure 21. Derating Output Current versus Local
Ambient Temperature and Airflow (VIN = 12.0Vdc,
Vo=3.3 Vdc).
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Test Configurations
Design Considerations
CURRENT PROBE
TO OSCILLOSCOPE
LTEST
VIN(+)
BATTERY
1μH
CIN
CS 1000μF
Electrolytic
2x100μF
Tantalum
E.S.R.<0.1Ω
@ 20°C 100kHz
Input Filtering
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP module should be
connected to a low -impedance source. A highly
inductive source can affect the stability of the module.
An input capacitance must be placed directly adjacent
to the input pin of the module, to minimize input ripple
voltage and ensure module stability in the presence of
inductive traces that supply input voltage to the
module.
COM
NOTE: Measure input reflected ripple current with a simulated
source inductance (LTEST) of 1μH. Capacitor CS offsets
possible battery impedance. Measure current as shown
above.
Figure 23. Input Reflected Ripple Current Test
Setup.
COPPER STRIP
VO (+)
RESISTIVE
LOAD
1uF
.
10uF
SCOPE
In a typical application, a 22 µF low-ESR ceramic
capacitors will be sufficient to provide adequate ripple
voltage at the input of the module. To further
minimize ripple voltage at the input, additional
ceramic capacitors are recommended at the input of
the module. Figure 26 shows input ripple voltage
(mVp-p) for various outputs with a 10 µF or a 22µF
input ceramic capacitor at full load.
350
1 x 10uF
300
1 x 22uF
250
COM
200
GROUND PLANE
NOTE: All voltage measurements to be taken at the module
terminals, as shown above. If sockets are used then
Kelvin connections are required at the module terminals
to avoid measurement errors due to socket contact
resistance.
Figure 24. Output Ripple and Noise Test Setup.
150
100
50
0
0.5
Rdistribution
Rcontact
Rcontact
VIN(+)
VO
Rcontact
Rcontact
COM
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
Figure 26. Input ripple voltage for various outputs
with 10 µF or a 22 µF ceramic capacitor at the
input (full-load).
RLOAD
VO
VIN
Rdistribution
Rdistribution
Rdistribution
COM
NOTE: All voltage measurements to be taken at the module
terminals, as shown above. If sockets are used then
Kelvin connections are required at the module terminals
to avoid measurement errors due to socket contact
resistance.
Figure 25. Output Voltage and Efficiency Test
Setup.
VO. IO
Efficiency
η =
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Design Considerations (continued)
Safety Considerations
Output Filtering
For safety agency approval the power module must
be installed in compliance with the spacing and
separation requirements of the end-use safety agency
standards, i.e., UL 60950-1, CSA C22.2 No. 60950-103, and VDE 0850:2001-12 (EN60950-1) Licensed.
TM
The Austin MiniLynx 12 V SIP module is designed
for low output ripple voltage and will meet the
maximum output ripple specification with 1 µF
ceramic and 10 µF tantalum capacitors at the output
of the module. However, additional output filtering
may be required by the system designer for a number
of reasons. First, there may be a need to further
reduce the output ripple and noise of the module.
Second, the dynamic response characteristics may
need to be customized to a particular load step
change.
To reduce the output ripple and improve the dynamic
response to a step load change, additional
capacitance at the output can be used. Low ESR
polymer and ceramic capacitors are recommended to
improve the dynamic response of the module. For
stable operation of the module, limit the capacitance
to less than the maximum output capacitance as
specified in the electrical specification table.
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For the converter output to be considered meeting the
requirements of safety extra-low voltage (SELV), the
input must meet SELV requirements. The power
module has extra-low voltage (ELV) outputs when all
inputs are ELV.
The input to these units is to be provided with a fastacting fuse with a maximum rating of 6A in the
positive input lead.
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Feature Description
VIN+
Remote On/Off
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP power modules feature an
On/Off pin for remote On/Off operation. Two On/Off
TM
logic options are available in the Austin MiniLynx
12V series modules. Positive Logic On/Off signal,
device code suffix “4”, turns the module ON during a
logic High on the On/Off pin and turns the module
OFF during a logic Low. Negative logic On/Off signal,
no device code suffix, turns the module OFF during
logic High and turns the module ON during logic Low.
For positive logic modules, the circuit configuration for
using the On/Off pin is shown in Figure 27. The
On/Off pin is an open collector/drain logic input signal
(Von/Off) that is referenced to ground. During a logichigh (On/Off pin is pulled high internal to the module)
when the transistor Q1 is in the Off state, the power
module is ON. Maximum allowable leakage current of
the transistor when Von/off = VIN,max is 10µA.
Applying a logic-low when the transistor Q1 is turnedOn, the power module is OFF. During this state
VOn/Off must be less than 0.3V. When not using
positive logic On/off pin, leave the pin unconnected or
tie to VIN.
MODULE
VIN+
ON/OFF
I ON/OFF
VON/OFF
Q2
R1
PWM Enable
R3
Q1
+
VON/OFF
PWM Enable
R1
Q2
Q1
CSS
R2
GND
_
Figure 28. Circuit configuration for using
negative logic On/OFF.
Overcurrent Protection
To provide protection in a fault (output overload)
condition, the unit is equipped with internal
current-limiting circuitry and can endure current
limiting continuously. At the point of current-limit
inception, the unit enters hiccup mode. The unit
operates normally once the output current is brought
back into its specified range. The typical average
output current during hiccup is 3.5A.
At input voltages below the input undervoltage lockout
limit, module operation is disabled. The module will
begin to operate at an input voltage above the
undervoltage lockout turn-on threshold.
Overtemperature Protection
Q3
CSS
R4
GND
I ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Input Undervoltage Lockout
R2
+
MODULE
Rpull-up
_
Figure 27. Circuit configuration for using positive
logic On/OFF.
To provide over temperature protection in a fault
condition, the unit relies upon the thermal protection
feature of the controller IC. The unit will shutdown if
the thermal reference point Tref2, (see Figure 31)
o
exceeds 140 C (typical), but the thermal shutdown is
not intended as a guarantee that the unit will survive
temperatures beyond its rating. The module will
automatically restarts after it cools down.
For negative logic On/Off devices, the circuit
configuration is shown is Figure 28. The On/Off pin is
pulled high with an external pull-up resistor (typical
Rpull-up = 68k, +/- 5%). When transistor Q1 is in the
Off state, logic High is applied to the On/Off pin and
the power module is Off. The minimum On/off voltage
for logic High on the On/Off pin is 2.5 Vdc. To turn
the module ON, logic Low is applied to the On/Off pin
by turning ON Q1. When not using the negative logic
On/Off, leave the pin unconnected or tie to GND.
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Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Feature Descriptions (continued)
Output Voltage Programming
The output voltage of the Austin MiniLynxTM 12V can
be programmed to any voltage from 0.75Vdc to
5.5Vdc by connecting a resistor (shown as Rtrim in
Figure 29) between Trim and GND pins of the
module. Without an external resistor between Trim
and GND pins, the output of the module will be
0.7525Vdc. To calculate the value of the trim resistor,
Rtrim for a desired output voltage, use the following
equation:
⎡ 10500
⎤
Rtrim = ⎢
− 1000⎥ Ω
⎣Vo − 0.7525
⎦
Rtrim is the external resistor in Ω
Vo is the desired output voltage
For example, to program the output voltage of the
TM
Austin MiniLynx 12V module to 1.8V, Rtrim is
calculated as follows:
Using 1% tolerance trim resistor, set point tolerance
of ±2% is achieved as specified in the electrical
specification. The POL Programming Tool, available
at www.lineagepower.com under the Design Tools
section, helps determine the required external trim
resistor needed for a specific output voltage.
Voltage Margining
Output voltage margining can be implemented in the
TM
Austin MiniLynx
modules by connecting a resistor,
Rmargin-up, from the Trim pin to the ground pin for
margining-up the output voltage and by connecting a
resistor, Rmargin-down, from the Trim pin to the Output
pin for margining-down. Figure 30 shows the circuit
configuration for output voltage margining. The POL
Programming Tool, available at
www.lineagepower.com under the Design Tools
section, also calculates the values of Rmargin-up and
Rmargin-down for a specific output voltage and % margin.
Please consult your local Lineage Power technical
representative for additional details.
Vo
⎤
⎡ 10500
Rtrim = ⎢
− 1000⎥
⎦
⎣1.8 − 0.7525
Rmargin-down
Rtrim = 9.024 kΩ
Austin Lynx or
Lynx II Series
Q2
V IN(+)
V O(+)
Trim
Rmargin-up
ON/OFF
LOAD
TRIM
Rtrim
R trim
Q1
GND
GND
Figure 29. Circuit configuration to program
output voltage using an external resistor.
Figure 30. Circuit Configuration for margining
Output voltage.
Table 1 provides Rtrim values required for some
common output voltages.
Table 1
VO, set (V)
Rtrim (KΩ)
0.7525
Open
1.2
22.46
1.5
13.05
1.8
9.024
2.5
5.009
3.3
3.122
5.0
1.472
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Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Thermal Considerations
Power modules operate in a variety of thermal
environments; however, sufficient cooling should be
provided to help ensure reliable operation.
Considerations include ambient temperature, airflow,
module power dissipation, and the need for increased
reliability. A reduction in the operating temperature of
the module will result in an increase in reliability. The
thermal data presented here is based on physical
measurements taken in a wind tunnel. The test setup is shown in Figure 32. Note that the airflow is
parallel to the long axis of the module as shown in
figure 31. The derating data applies to airflow in
either direction of the module’s long axis.
25.4_
(1.0)
Wind Tunnel
PWBs
Power Module
76.2_
(3.0)
x
Airflow
5.97_
(0.235)
Probe Loc ation
for measuring
airflow and
ambient
temperature
Air
flow
Figure 32. Thermal Test Set-up.
Tref1
Heat Transfer via Convection
Increased airflow over the module enhances the heat
transfer via convection. Thermal derating curves
showing the maximum output current that can be
delivered by various module versus local ambient
temperature (TA) for natural convection and up to
0.5m/s (100 ft./min) are shown in the Characteristics
Curves section.
Tref2
Figure 31. Tref Temperature measurement
location.
The thermal reference point, Tref used in the
specifications is shown in Figure 32. For reliable
operation this temperature should not exceed 115oC.
The output power of the module should not exceed
the rated power of the module (Vo,set x Io,max).
Please refer to the Application Note “Thermal
Characterization Process For Open-Frame BoardMounted Power Modules” for a detailed discussion of
thermal aspects including maximum device
temperatures.
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Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Post solder Cleaning and Drying
Considerations
Post solder cleaning is usually the final circuit-board
assembly process prior to electrical board testing. The
result of inadequate cleaning and drying can affect
both the reliability of a power module and the
testability of the finished circuit-board assembly. For
guidance on appropriate soldering, cleaning and
drying procedures, refer to Board Mounted Power
Modules: Soldering and Cleaning Application Note.
Through-Hole Lead-Free Soldering
Information
The RoHS-compliant through-hole products use the
SAC (Sn/Ag/Cu) Pb-free solder and RoHScompliant components. They are designed to be
processed through single or dual wave soldering
machines. The pins have an RoHS-compliant
finish that is compatible with both Pb and Pb-free
wave soldering processes. A maximum preheat
rate of 3°C/s is suggested. The wave preheat
process should be such that the temperature of the
power module board is kept below 210°C. For Pb
solder, the recommended pot temperature is
260°C, while the Pb-free solder pot is 270°C max.
Not all RoHS-compliant through-hole products can
be processed with paste-through-hole Pb or Pbfree reflow process. If additional information is
needed, please consult with your Lineage Power
technical representative for more details.
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Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Mechanical Outline
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
Tolerances: x.x mm ± 0.5 mm (x.xx in. ± 0.02 in.) [unless otherwise indicated]
x.xx mm ± 0.25 mm (x.xxx in ± 0.010 in.)
Top View
Side View
PIN
FUNCTION
1
Vo
2
Trim
3
GND
4
VIN
5
On/Off
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Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Recommended Pad Layout
Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).
Tolerances: x.x mm ± 0.5 mm (x.xx in. ± 0.02 in.) [unless otherwise indicated]
x.xx mm ± 0.25 mm (x.xxx in ± 0.010 in.)
PIN
FUNCTION
1
Vo
2
Trim
3
GND
4
VIN
5
On/Off
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Austin MiniLynxTM 12V SIP Non-isolated Power Modules:
8.3 – 14Vdc Input; 0.75Vdc to 5.5Vdc Output; 3A output current
Data Sheet
March 31, 2008
Ordering Information
Please contact your Lineage Power Sales Representative for pricing, availability and optional features.
Table 2. Device Codes
Device Code
Input
Voltage
Output
Voltage
Output
Current
Efficiency
[email protected] 3A
Connector
Type
AXA003A0X
8.3 – 14Vdc
3A
91.0%
Comcodes
108992624
AXA003A0XZ
8.3 – 14Vdc
0.75 – 5.5Vdc
0.75 – 5.5Vdc
3A
91.0%
SIP
SIP
AXA003A0X4
8.3 – 14Vdc
0.75 – 5.5Vdc
3A
91.0%
SIP
108992632
AXA003A0X4Z
8.3 – 14Vdc
0.75 – 5.5Vdc
3A
91.0%
SIP
CC109104824
CC109101268
-Z refers to RoHS compliant Versions
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