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Part No. TPS54110-Q1
Description  3-V TO 6-V INPUT, 1.5-A OUTPUT SYNCHRONOUS-BUCK PWM SWITCHER WITH INTEGRATED FETs (SWIFT)
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TPS54110−Q1
SLVS837 − JULY 2008
www.ti.com
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C6
+
1
2
pR1ƒ
INT
Since C6 is calculated to be 2900 pF, and the location of
the integrator crossover frequency is important in setting
the overall loop crossover, adjust the value of R1 so that
C6 is a standard value of 2700 pF, using equation 18:
R1
+
1
2
pC6ƒ
LC
The value for R1 is 10.7 K
The first zero, fZ1 is located at one half the output filter LC
corner frequency, so R3 is calculated from:
R3
+
1
pC6ƒ
LC
The second zero, fZ2 is located at the output filter LC corner
frequency, so C8 is calculated from:
C8
+
1
2
pR1ƒ
LC
The first pole, fP1 is located to coincide with output filter
ESR zero frequency. This frequency is given by:
ƒ
ESR0 +
1
2
pR
ESR
C
OUT
where RESR is the equivalent series resistance of the
output capacitor.
In this case, the ESR zero frequency is 35.4 kHz, and R5
is calculated from:
R5
+
1
2
pC8 ƒ
ESR
The final pole is placed at a frequency high enough above
the closed-loop crossover frequency to avoid causing an
excessive phase decrease at the crossover frequency
while still providing enough attenuation so that there is little
or no gain at the switching frequency. The fP2 pole location
for this circuit is set to 4 times the closed-loop crossover
frequency and the last compensation component value C7
is derived:
C7
+
1
8
pR3ƒ
CO
Finally, calculate the R2 resistor value for the output
voltage of 3.3 V using equation 24:
R2
+ R1
0.891
V
OUT
–0.891
For this TPS54110 design, use R1 = 10.7 k
Ω instead of
10.0 k
Ω. R2 is then 3.92 kΩ.
Since capacitors are only available in a limited range of
standard values, the nearest standard value was chosen
for each capacitor. The measured closed-loop response
for this design is shown in Figure 19.
BIAS AND BOOTSTRAP CAPACITORS
Every TPS54110 design requires a bootstrap capacitor
(C3), and a bias capacitor (C4). The bootstrap capacitor
must be between 0.022
µF and 0.1 µF. This design uses
0.047
µF. The bootstrap capacitor is located between the
PH pins and BOOT. The bias capacitor is connected
between the VBIAS pin and AGND. Recommended
values are 0.1
µF to 1.0 µF. This design uses 0.1 µF. Use
high-quality ceramic capacitors with X7R or X5R grade
dielectric for temperature stability. P
lace them as close to
the device pins as possible.
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)


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