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ISL6277 Datasheet(PDF) 22 Page - Renesas Technology Corp

Part No. ISL6277
Description  Multiphase PWM Regulator for AMD Fusion™ Mobile CPUs Using SVI 2.0
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ISL6277
FN8270 Rev 1.00
Page 22 of 37
Mar 8, 2012
Once the programming pins are read, the internal DAC circuitry
begins to ramp Core and Northbridge VRs to the decoded
pre-PWROK Metal VID output level. The digital soft-start circuitry
ramps the internal reference to the target gradually at a fixed
rate of approximately 5mV/µs until the output voltage reaches
~250mV and then at the programmed slew rate. The controlled
ramp of all output voltage planes reduces in-rush current during
the soft-start interval. At the end of the soft-start interval, the
PGOOD and PGOOD_NB outputs transition high, indicating both
output planes are within regulation limits.
If the ENABLE input falls below the enable falling threshold, the
ISL6277 tri-states both outputs. PGOOD and PGOOD_NB are
pulled low with the loss of ENABLE. The Core and Northbridge VR
output voltages decay, based on output capacitance and load
leakage resistance. If bias to VDD falls below the POR level, the
ISL6277 responds in the manner previously described. Once VDD
and ENABLE rise above their respective rising thresholds, the
internal DAC circuitry re-acquires a pre-PWROK metal VID code,
and the controller soft-starts.
SVI Interface Active
Once the Core and Northbridge VRs have successfully soft-started
and PGOOD and PGOOD_NB signals transition high, PWROK can
be asserted externally to the ISL6277. Once PWROK is asserted
to the IC, SVI instructions can begin as the controller actively
monitors the SVI interface. Details of the SVI Bus protocol are
provided in the “AMD Serial VID Interface 2.0 (SVI2)
Specification”. See AMD publication #48022.
Once a VID change command is received, the ISL6277 decodes
the information to determine which VR is affected and the VID
target is determined by the byte combinations in Table 7. The
internal DAC circuitry steps the output voltage of the VR
commanded to the new VID level. During this time, one or more
of the VR outputs could be targeted. In the event either VR is
commanded to power-off by serial VID commands, the PGOOD
signal remains asserted.
If the PWROK input is de-asserted, then the controller steps both
the Core and the Northbridge VRs back to the stored pre-PWROK
metal VID level in the holding register from initial soft-start. No
attempt is made to read the SVC and SVD inputs during this time.
If PWROK is re-asserted, then the ISL6277 SVI interface waits for
instructions.
If ENABLE goes low during normal operation, all external
MOSFETs are tri-stated and both PGOOD and PGOOD_NB are
pulled low. This event clears the pre-PWROK metal VID code and
forces the controller to check SVC and SVD upon restart, storing
the pre-PWROK metal VID code found on restart.
A POR event on either VCC or VIN during normal operation shuts
down both regulators, and both PGOOD outputs are pulled low.
The pre-PWROK metal VID code is not retained.
VID-on-the-Fly Transition
Once PWROK is high, the ISL6277 detects this flag and begins
monitoring the SVC and SVD pins for SVI instructions. The
microprocessor follows the protocol outlined in the following
sections to send instructions for VID-on-the-fly transitions. The
ISL6277 decodes the instruction and acknowledges the new VID
code. For VID codes higher than the current VID level, the
ISL6277 begins stepping the commanded VR outputs to the new
VID target with the slew rate programmed by the FCCM_NB
resistor.
When the VID codes are lower than the current VID level, the
ISL6277 checks the state of power state bits in the SVI
command. If power state bits are not active, the controller begins
stepping the regulator output to the new VID target. If the power
state bits are active, the controller allows the output voltage to
decay and slowly steps the DAC down with the natural decay of
the output. This allows the controller to quickly recover and move
to a high VID code if commanded.
SVI Data Communication Protocol
The SVI WIRE protocol is based on the I2C bus concept. Two wires
[serial clock (SVC) and serial data (SVD)], carry information
between the AMD processor (master) and VR controller (slave) on
the bus. The master initiates and terminates SVI transactions
and drives the clock, SVC, during a transaction. The AMD
processor is always the master, and the voltage regulators are
the slaves. The slave receives the SVI transactions and acts
accordingly. Mobile SVI WIRE protocol timing is based on
high-speed mode I2C. See AMD publication #48022 for
additional details.


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