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# LM10011 View Datasheet(PDF) - Texas Instruments

 Part Name LM10011 Texas Instruments Description 6/4-Bit VID Programmable Current DAC for Point of Load Regulators with Adjustable Start-Up Current
LM10011 Datasheet PDF : 24 Pages
 First Prev 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Next Last LM10011 SNVS822A – DECEMBER 2012 – REVISED NOVEMBER 2014 www.ti.com Typical Application (continued) 8.2.1 Design Requirements Table 4 lists the design parameters. Table 4. Design Parameters DESIGN PARAMETER Output voltage range Startup voltage Mode EXAMPLE VALUE 0.7 V to 1.1 V 1.1 V 0 8.2.2 Detailed Design Procedure 8.2.2.1 Setting the VOUT Range and LSB Looking at the Typical Application Circuit in Figure 12, the following equation defines VOUT of a given regulator (valid for VOUT > VFB): VOUT = VFB x 1+ RFB1 RFB2 - IDAC_OUT x RFB1 (1) Here, the output voltage is a function of the resistor divider from RFB1 and RFB2. Using the LM10011, there is a current supplied by the IDAC_OUT pin that helps drive current through the feedback resistor RFB2, thus lowering the necessary current supplied through RFB1, and hence lowering VOUT. To calculate the nominal (maximum) VOUT, use an IDAC_OUT value of 0 µA. The change in the output voltage can be analyzed based on the resolution of the current DAC from the LM10011 compared to the desired resolution of the output swing of the regulator. RFB1 is designed to provide the desired VOUT_LSB with the equation: VOUT_LSB = LSB x RFB1 (2) Where LSB = LSB_6 (940 nA) from the electrical characteristics table (see Electrical Characteristics). Based on the desired nominal VOUT (with IDAC_OUT = 0 µA) and the calculated RFB1 from Equation 2, RFB2 can be solved using Equation 1. 8.2.2.2 4-Bit Mode Design Example Designing with the LM10011 in 4-bit mode is similar to designing in 6-bit mode. The only differences are the LSB value (LSB = LSB_4 = 3.76 µA) in Equation 2 and full-scale current range (IDAC_OUT = 56.4 µA). 8.2.2.3 Setting the Start-Up Voltage with RSET RSET is chosen depending on the required start-up voltage for the particular application. The user must use Equation 3 and solve for the required IDAC_OUT by inputting the known values of RFB1 and RFB2, VFB, and the desired start-up output voltage, VOUT. Once IDAC_OUT is solved for, choose an RSET based on Table 2 to select a start-up code to yield a current closely matching the calculated result. Use the equation below to solve for the required IDAC_OUT value at start-up. 1 IDAC_OUT = RFB1 VFB x 1+ RFB1 RFB2 - VOUT (3) 8.2.2.4 Example Solution While in 6-bit mode, assuming a 400-mV output range, 64 VID codes, and an IDAC LSB of 0.940 µA, it is desired to have a VOUT with an LSB of 6.4 mV and a default value of 1.1 V with a 1.05-V start-up voltage using an LM21215A-1 regulator (VFB = 0.6 V): 6.4mV = 0.940µA x RFB1 (4) RFB1 = 6.8k (5) Using 1% standard resistor values, RFB1 can be set to 6.81 kΩ. Now calculate RFB2 based on RFB1 and the maximum VOUT of 1.1 V using Equation 1. 14 Submit Documentation Feedback Copyright © 2012–2014, Texas Instruments Incorporated Product Folder Links: LM10011

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