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6269CRZ High-Performance Notebook PWM Controller with Bias Regulator and Audio-Frequency Clamp Intersil
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6269CRZ Datasheet PDF : 17 Pages
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ISL6269
Diode Emulation
Positive inductor current can flow from the source of the
high-side MOSFET or from the drain of the low-side
MOSFET. Negative inductor current flows into the drain of
the low-side MOSFET. When the low-side MOSFET
conducts positive inductor current, the phase voltage will be
negative with respect to the GND pin. Conversely, when the
low-side MOSFET conducts negative inductor current, the
phase voltage will be positive with respect to the GND pin.
Negative inductor current occurs when the output load
current is less than ½ the inductor ripple current.
The ISL6269 can be configured to operate in forced-
continuous-conduction-mode (FCCM) or in diode-emulation-
mode (DEM), which can improve light-load efficiency. In
FCCM, the controller always operates as a synchronous
rectifier, switching the low-side MOSFET regardless of the
polarity of the output inductor current. In DEM, the low-side
MOSFET is disabled during negative current flow from the
output inductor. DEM is permitted when the FCCM pin is
pulled low, and disabled when pulled high.
When DEM is permitted, the converter will automatically
select FCCM or DEM according to load conditions. If positive
PHASE pin voltage is measured for eight consecutive PWM
pulses, then the converter will enter diode-emulation mode
on the next PWM cycle. If a negative PHASE pin voltage is
measured, the converter will exit DEM on the following PWM
pulse. An audio filter is incorporated into the PWM
generation circuitry that prevents the switching frequency
from entering the audible spectrum at low load conditions.
Overcurrent and Short-Circuit Protection
When an OCP or SCP fault is detected, the ISL6269
overcurrent and short-circuit protection circuit will pull the
PGOOD pin low and latch off the converter. The fault will
remain latched until the EN pin is pulled below VENF or if the
voltage at the VIN pin is reduced to the extent that VCC has
fallen below the POR VCCF threshold. Selecting the
appropriate value of resistor RSEN programs the OCP
threshold. The resistor RSEN is connected from the ISEN pin
to the PHASE pin. The PHASE pin is connected to the drain
terminal of the low-side MOSFET.
The OCP circuit measures positive-flowing, peak-current
through the output inductor, not the DC current flowing from
the converter to the load. The low-side MOSFET drain
current is assumed to be equal to the positive output
inductor current when the high-side MOSFET is turn off.
Current briefly conducts through the low-side MOSFET body
diode until the LG driver goes high. The peak inductor
current develops a voltage across the rDS(ON) of the
low-side MOSFET just as if it were a discrete current-sense
resistor. An OCP fault will occur when the ISEN pin has
measured more than the OCP threshold current IOC, on
consecutive PWM pulses, for a period exceeding 20µs. It
does not matter how many PWM pulses are measured
during the 20µs period. If a measurement falls below IOC
before 20µs has elapsed, then the timer is reset to zero. An
SCP fault will occur when the ISEN pin has measured more
than the short-circuit threshold current ISC, in less than
10µs, on consecutive PWM pulses. The relationship
between ID and ISEN can be written as:
ISEN RSEN = –ID rDS(ON)
(EQ. 3)
The value of RSEN can then be written as:
RSEN
=
---I--F----L----+-----I----P--2------P------------O-----C-----S----P-------r--D----S----(--O-----N----)
IOC
(EQ. 4)
Where:
- RSEN () is the resistor used to program the over-
current setpoint
- ISEN is the current sense current that is sourced from
the ISEN pin
- IOC is the ISEN threshold current value sourced from the
ISEN pin that will activate the OCP circuit
- IFL is the maximum continuous DC load current
- IPP is the inductor peak-to-peak ripple current
- OCSP is the desired overcurrent setpoint expressed as
a multiplier relative to IFL
Overvoltage
When an OVP fault is detected, the ISL6269 overvoltage
protection circuit will pull the PGOOD pin low and latch off
the converter. The fault will remain latched until the EN pin is
pulled below VENF or if the voltage at the VIN pin is reduced
to the extent that VCC has fallen below the POR VCCF
threshold.
When the voltage at the FB pin relative to the GND pin, has
exceeded the rising overvoltage threshold VOVR, the
converter will latch off however, the LG driver output will stay
high, forcing the low-side MOSFET to pull-down the output
voltage of the converter. The low-side MOSFET will continue
to pull-down the output voltage until the voltage at the FB pin
relative to the GND pin, has decayed below the falling
overvoltage threshold VOVF, at which time the LG driver
output is driven low, forcing the low-side MOSFET off. The
LG driver output will continue to switch on at VOVR and
switch off at VOVF until the EN pin is pulled below VENF or if
the voltage at the VIN is reduced to the extent that VCC has
fallen below the POR VCCF threshold.
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FN9177.1
August 7, 2006
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