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ICL7665S Datasheet(PDF) 8 Page - Intersil Corporation

Part No. ICL7665S
Description  CMOS Micropower Over/Under Voltage Detector
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FN3182.8
April 5, 2006
Either detector may be used alone, as well as both together,
in any of the circuits shown here.
When VIN is very close to one of the trip voltage, normal
variations and noise may cause it to wander back and forth
across this level, leading to erratic output ON and OFF
conditions. The addition of hysteresis, making the trip points
slightly different for rising and falling inputs, will avoid this
condition.
Threshold Detector with Hysteresis
Figure 10A shows how to set up such hysteresis, while
Figure 10B shows how the hysteresis around each trip point
produces switching action at different points depending on
whether VIN is rising or falling (the arrows indicated direction
of change. The HYST outputs are basically switches which
short out R31 or R32 when VIN is above the respective trip
point. Thus if the input voltage rises from a low value, the trip
point will be controlled by R1N, R2N, and R3N, until the trip
point is reached. As this value is passed, the detector
changes state, R3N is shorted out, and the trip point
becomes controlled by only R1N and R2N, a lower value.
The input will then have to fall to this new point to restore the
initial comparator state, but as soon as this occurs, the trip
point will be raised again.
An alternative circuit for obtaining hysteresis is shown in
Figure 11. In this configuration, the HYST pins put the extra
resistor in parallel with the upper setting resistor. The values
of the resistors differ, but the action is essentially the same.
The governing equations are given in Table 1. These ignore
the effects of the resistance of the HYST outputs, but these
can normally be neglected if the resistor values are above
about 100k
Ω.
FIGURE 9A. CIRCUIT CONFIGURATION
FIGURE 9B. TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
FIGURE 9. SIMPLE THRESHOLD DETECTOR
OUT1
SET1
SET2
OUT2
V+
R21
RP2
VIN
RP1
R22
R11
R12
OFF
VOUT
ON
VTR2
VNOM
VTR1
DETECTOR 2
DETECTOR 1
FIGURE 10A. CIRCUIT CONFIGURATION
FIGURE 10B. TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
FIGURE 10. THRESHOLD DETECTOR WITH HYSTERESIS
HYST1
SET1
SET2
HYST2
V+
VIN
OUT1
OUT2
R31
R32
R12
R11
R21
R22
OVERVOLTAGE
OVERVOLTAGE
VL2 VU2
VL1 VU1
ON
OUT
OFF
VNOM
DETECTOR 2
DETECTOR 1
VIN
VTR2
VSET2
R12 R22
+
()
R12
----------------------------------
1.3
R12 R22
+
()
R12
---------------------------------- for detector 2
=
=
ICL7665S


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