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ISL6726 Datasheet(PDF) 15 Page - Renesas Technology Corp

Part No. ISL6726
Description  Active Clamp Forward PWM Controller
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ISL6726
FN7654 Rev 0.00
Page 15 of 21
January 31, 2011
(VERR) used by the pulse width modulator. Whichever error
signal, voltage or current, that commands the lower duty cycle is
in control. If the average current is lower than the average
current limit threshold, the current error amplifier has no impact
on VERR and the voltage loop is in control. If the average current
limit threshold is exceeded, however, the current error amplifier
will lower VERR to regulate the output current. The voltage loop
loses control as it must increase the duty cycle to maintain the
output voltage in regulation.
After a 100ns leading edge blanking (LEB) delay, the current
sense signal is sampled for the duration of the on time, the
average current is determined, and the result is amplified by 4x
and output to the IOUT pin at the termination of the OUTM pulse.
Due to the sampling algorithm used, if an RC filter is placed on
the CS input, its time constant should not exceed ~30ns or error
may be introduced on IOUT.
The average current signal on IOUT produces an accurate
representation of the output current provided the converter
operates in continuous conduction mode (CCM). Once the
inductor current becomes discontinuous (DCM operation), IOUT
represents one half of the peak inductor current rather than the
average current. This occurs because the sample and hold
circuitry is active only during the on time of the switching cycle
and cannot determine when the inductor current becomes
discontinuous. It is unable to detect when the inductor current
reaches zero during the off time. This behavior does not affect
the average current limit function, but does have an impact if
IOUT is used for current monitoring functions.
IOUT may be used with the available error amplifier (EA) of the
ISL6726 as shown in Figure 13. The error amplifier is typically
configured as an integrator. As shown in Figure 13, IOUT is
attenuated by resistors R1 and R2 so that the average current
limit threshold can be set independently of the peak current
limit threshold. The integrator bandwidth is determined by R and
C. The current error amplifier is similar to the voltage EA found in
most PWM controllers, except it cannot source current. VERR
requires an external pull-up resistor.
The IEA is configured as an integrating (Type I) amplifier using
ISET as the reference. The voltage applied at FB is integrated
against the ISET reference. The resulting signal, VERR, is applied
to the PWM comparator where it is compared to the current
signal CS. If FB is less than ISET, the IEA will be open loop (can’t
source current), VERR will be at a level determined by the
voltage loop, and the duty cycle is unaffected. As the output load
increases, IOUT will increase, and the voltage applied to FB will
increase until it reaches ISET. At this point the IEA will control
VERR as required to maintain the output current at the level that
corresponds to the ISET reference. When the output current
again drops below the average current limit threshold, the IEA
returns to an open loop condition, and the duty cycle is again
controlled by the voltage loop. The average current control loop
behaves much the same as the voltage control loop found in
typical power supplies except it regulates current rather than
voltage.
FIGURE 11. CS INPUT vs IOUT
Channel 1: OUTM 
             Channel 2: IOUT 
              Channel 4: CS
FIGURE 12. DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF CS AND IOUT
Channel 1: OUTM 
             Channel 2: IOUT 
              Channel 4: CS
FIGURE 13. AVERAGE CURRENT CONFIGURATION
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R
R1
R2
C
VERR
ISET
CS
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
8
19
20
11
12
13
14
15
16
IOUT
FB
ISL6726
9
10
17
18
VREF
S&H 4x
RPULL-UP


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