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VI-ARM VI-ARM™ Autoranging Rectifier Modules Up to 1500 Watts Vicor
Vicor Vicor
VI-ARM Datasheet PDF : 12 Pages
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Application Note, continued
Off-Line Power Supply Configuration
The ARM maintains the DC output bus voltage between 200
and 375Vdc over the entire universal input range, which is
compatible with Vicor VI-260 series and VI-J60 series DC-DC
converters, as well as next-generation 300V input Vicor
converters. The ARM automatically switches to the proper
rectification mode (doubled or undoubled) depending on the
input voltage, eliminating the possibility of damage due to
improper line connection. The ARM–1 is rated at 500W in the
low range (90-132Vac input), and 750W in the high range
(180-264Vac input). The ARM–2 is rated for 1000W and
1500W for the low and high input ranges respectively. Either
of these modules can serve as the AC front end for any number
and combination of compatible converters as long as the
maximum power rating is not exceeded.
Strap (ST) Pin. In addition to input and output power pin
connections, it is necessary to connect the Strap pin to the
junction of the series holdup capacitors (C1, C2, Fig. 8)
for proper (autoranging) operation. Gas tubes across the
capacitors provide input transient protection. The bleeder
resistors (R1, R2, Fig. 8) discharge the holdup capacitors when
power is switched off.
Enable (EN) Pin. (See Fig. 9). The Enable pin must be
connected to the Gate-In or PC pin of all converter modules to
disable the converters during power-up. Otherwise, the
converters would attempt to start while the holdup capacitors
were being charged through an unbypassed thermistor,
preventing the bus voltage from reaching the thermistor
bypass threshold thus disabling the power supply. The Enable
output (the drain of an N channel MOSFET) is internally
pulled up to 15V through a 150kresistor.
A signal diode should be placed close to and in series with the
Gate-In pin of each converter to eliminate the possibility of
control interference between converters. The Enable pin
switches to the high state (15V) with respect to the negative
output power pin to turn on the converters after the power-up
inrush is over. The Enable function also provides input
overvoltage protection for the converters by turning off the
converters if the DC bus voltage exceeds 400Vdc. The
thermistor bypass switch opens if this condition occurs,
placing the thermistor in series with the input voltage, which
reduces the bus voltage to a safe level while limiting input
current in case the gas tubes fire. The thermistor bypass switch
also opens if a fault or overload reduces the bus voltage to less
than 180Vdc.
Z1 Filter
Holdup Box (HUB)
820µF HUB820-S, 2200µF HUB2200-S
1200µF HUB1200-S, 2700µF HUB2700-S
1800µF HUB1800-S, 3300µF HUB3300-S
N
+V
BOK
ST VI-ARM
EN
L
–V
V1
C7*
C8*
V2
R1 C1
R2 C2
C3
F1
C10
D3
+In
Gate In (PC)
Gate Out (PR)
–In
Vicor DC-DC
Converter
Part
Description
Vicor
Part Number
C1,2
Holdup capacitors see text
C3–6
4700pF
01000
R1,2
150k, 0.5W
00127-1503
V1,2
220V MOV
13755
F1,2
3A, PC Tron
02178
D1,2
C7,8 *
Diode
Film Cap., 0.8µf
00670
Z1
MOV
03040
D3,D4
1N5817
26108
C10,C11 0.001µF
R3
500
Sizing PCB traces:
All traces shown in bold carry significant
current and should be sized accordingly.
VI-ARM- _12
N/ST/L 10A rms at 90Vac and 500W
+/– In 4A DC at 190Vdc and 750W
V* I-ARM- _22
N/ST/L 20A rms at 90Vac and 1000W
+/– In 8A DC at 190Vdc and 1500W
Required if C1 & C2 are located more than
6 inches from output of VI-ARM.
R3
D1
D2
C4
C5
F2
+In
C11 Gate In (PC)
Vicor DC-DC
D4
Gate Out (PR)
Converter
–In
C6
To additional modules
Figure 8—Converter connections
Vicor Corp. Tel: 800-735-6200, 978-470-2900 Fax: 978-475-6715
ARM, Autoranging Rectifier Module
Set your site on VICOR at www.vicorpower.com
Rev. 2.4
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