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ISL6336B Datasheet(PDF) 24 Page - Renesas Technology Corp
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ISL6336B Datasheet(HTML) 24 Page - Renesas Technology Corp
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FN6696 Rev 3.00
Page 24 of 32
May 5, 2016
Based on the V
voltage, ISL6336B converts the TM pin
voltage to a 6-bit digital signal for temperature compensation.
With the non-linear A/D converter of ISL6336B, the TM digital
signal is linearly proportional to the NTC temperature. For
accurate temperature compensation, the ratio of the TM
voltage to the NTC temperature of the practical design should
be similar to that in Figure 15.
Depending on the location of the NTC and the air-flowing,
the NTC may be cooler or hotter than the current sense
component. The TCOMP pin voltage can be utilized to
correct the temperature difference between the NTC and the
current sense component. When a different NTC type or
different voltage divider is used for the TM function, the
TCOMP voltage can also be used to compensate for the
difference between the recommended TM voltage curve in
Figure 16 and that of the actual design. According to the
voltage, ISL6336B converts the TCOMP pin voltage to
a 4-bit TCOMP digital signal as TCOMP factor N.
TCOMP factor N is an integer between 0 and 15. The
integrated temperature compensation function is disabled for
N = 0. For N = 4, the NTC temperature is equal to the
temperature of the current sense component. For N < 4, the
NTC is hotter than the current sense component. The NTC is
cooler than the current sense component for N > 4. When
N > 4, the larger TCOMP factor N, the larger the difference
between the NTC temperature and the temperature of the
ISL6336B multiplexes the TCOMP factor N with the TM digital
signal to obtain the adjustment gain to compensate the
temperature impact on the sensed channel current. The
compensated channel current signal is used for droop and
overcurrent protection functions.
1. Properly choose the voltage divider for TM pin to match
the TM voltage vs temperature curve with the
recommended curve in Figure 15.
2. Run the actual board under the full load and the desired
3. After the board reaches the thermal steady state, record
the temperature (T
) of the current sense component
(e.g., inductor) and the voltage at TM and VCC pins.
4. Use Equation 23 to calculate the resistance of the TM
NTC, and find out the corresponding NTC temperature
from the NTC datasheet.
5. Use Equation 24 to calculate the TCOMP factor N:
6. Choose an integral number close to the above result for
the TCOMP factor. If this factor is higher than 15, use
N = 15. If it is less than 1, use N = 1.
7. Choose the pull-up resistor R
8. If N = 15, do not need the pull-down resistor R
otherwise obtain R
by Equation 25:
9. Run the actual board under full load again with the proper
resistors to TCOMP pin.
10. Record the output voltage as V1 immediately after the
output voltage is stable with the full load; Record the
output voltage as V2 after the VR reaches the thermal
11. If the output voltage increases over 2mV as the
temperature increases, i.e. V2 - V1 >2mV, reduce N and
; if the output voltage decreases over 2mV
as the temperature increases, i.e. V1 - V2 >2mV,
increase N and redesign R
A design spreadsheet is available to speed aid calculations.
External Temperature Compensation
By pulling the TCOMP pin to GND, the integrated
temperature compensation function is disabled. In addition,
one external temperature compensation network, shown in
Figure 18, can be used to cancel the temperature impact on
the droop (i.e. load line).
The sensed current will flow out of the FB pin and develop the
droop voltage across the resistor (R
) between FB and
VDIFF pins. If the R
resistance reduces as the temperature
increases, the temperature impact on the droop can be
compensated. An NTC thermistor can be placed close to the
power stage and used to form R
. Due to the non-linear
temperature characteristics of the NTC, a resistor network is
needed to make the equivalent resistance between FB and
VDIFF pin reverse proportional to the temperature.
The external temperature compensation network can only
compensate the temperature impact on the droop, while it
has no impact to the sensed current inside ISL6336B.
Therefore this network cannot compensate for the
temperature impact on the overcurrent protection function.
FIGURE 18. EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION
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