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MIC2225 Datasheet(PDF) 11 Page - Micrel Semiconductor
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MIC2225 Datasheet(HTML) 11 Page - Micrel Semiconductor
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VIN provides power to the MOSFETs for the switch
mode regulator section, along with the current limiting
sensing. Due to the high switching speeds, it is
recommended that an 1µF capacitor be placed close to
VIN and the power ground (PGND) pin for bypassing.
Please refer to layout recommendations.
Analog VIN (AVIN) provides power to the LDO section
and the bias through an internal 6Ω resistor. AVIN and
VIN must be tied together. Careful layout should be
considered to ensure high frequency switching noise
caused by VIN is reduced before reaching AVIN.
The LDO pin is the output of the linear regulator and
needs to be connected to a 2.2µF output capacitor.
The enable pin provides a logic level control of the
output. In the off state, the supply current of the device is
greatly reduced (typically <1µA). Also, in the off state,
the output drive is placed in a "tri-stated" condition,
wherein both the high side P-channel MOSFET and the
low-side N-channel are in an “off” or non-conducting
state. Do not drive the enable pin above the supply
The enable pin provides a logic level control of the LDO
output. In the off state, supply current of the device is
greatly reduced (typically <1µA). Do not drive the enable
pin above the supply voltage.
The BIAS pin supplies the power to the internal power to
the control and reference circuitry. The bias is powered
from AVIN through an internal 6Ω resistor. A small 0.1µF
capacitor is recommended for bypassing.
The feedback pin (FB) provides the control path to
control the output. For fixed output, the controller
output is directly connected to the feedback (FB) pin.
The switch (SW) pin connects directly to the inductor
and provides the switching current necessary to operate
in PWM mode. Due to the high speed switching on this
pin, the switch node should be routed away from
Power ground (PGND) is the ground path for the high
current PWM mode. The current loop for the power
ground should be as small as possible and separate
from the Analog ground (AGND) loop. Refer to the layout
considerations for more details.
Signal ground (SGND) is the ground path for the biasing
and control circuitry. The current loop for the signal
ground should be separate from the Power ground
(PGND) loop. Refer to the layout considerations for more
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