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SUPPLY SEQUENCING THROUGH
CONFIGURABLE OUTPUT DRIVERS
Supply sequencing is achieved with the ADM1069 using the
programmable driver outputs (PDOs) on the device as control
signals for supplies. The output drivers can be used as logic
enables or as FET drivers.
The sequence in which the PDOs are asserted (and, therefore, the
supplies are turned on) is controlled by the sequencing engine (SE).
The SE determines what action is taken with the PDOs based on
the condition of the ADM1069 inputs. Therefore, the PDOs can be
set up to assert when the SFDs are in tolerance, the correct input
signals are received on the VXx digital pins, no warnings are
received from any of the inputs of the device, and at other times.
The PDOs can be used for a variety of functions. The primary
function is to provide enable signals for LDOs or dc-to-dc
converters that generate supplies locally on a board. The PDOs
can also be used to provide a PWRGD signal, when all the SFDs
are in tolerance, or a RESET output if one of the SFDs goes out
of specification (this can be used as a status signal for a DSP,
FPGA, or other microcontroller).
The PDOs can be programmed to pull up to a number of
different options. The outputs can be programmed as follows:
Open-drain (allowing the user to connect an external pull-
Open-drain with weak pull-up to V
Open-drain with strong pull-up to V
Open-drain with weak pull-up to VPx.
Open-drain with strong pull-up to VPx.
Strong pull-down to GND.
Internally charge-pumped high drive
(12 V, PDO1 to PDO6 only) .
The last option (available only on PDO1 to PDO6) allows the
user to directly drive a voltage high enough to fully enhance an
external N-FET, which is used to isolate, for example, a card-
side voltage from a backplane supply (a PDO can sustain greater
than 10.5 V into a 1 μA load). The pull-down switches can also
be used to drive status LEDs directly.
The data driving each of the PDOs can come from one of three
sources. The source can be enabled in the PDOxCFG configuration
register (see the AN-721 Application Note for details).
The data sources are as follows:
Output from the SE.
Directly from the SMBus. A PDO can be configured so that
the SMBus has direct control over it. This enables software
control of the PDOs. Therefore, a microcontroller can be
used to initiate a software power-up/power-down sequence.
On-chip clock. A 100 kHz clock is generated on the device.
This clock can be made available on any of the PDOs. It can
be used, for example, to clock an external device such as
DEFAULT OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
All of the internal registers in an unprogrammed ADM1069 device
from the factory are set to 0. Because of this, the PDOx pins are
pulled to GND by a weak (20 kΩ) on-chip pull-down resistor.
As the input supply to the ADM1069 ramps up on VPx or VH,
all PDOx pins behave as follows:
Input supply = 0 V to 1.2 V. The PDOs are high impedance.
Input supply = 1.2 V to 2.7 V. The PDOs are pulled to GND
by a weak (20 kΩ) on-chip pull-down resistor.
Supply > 2.7 V. Factory programmed devices continue to
pull all PDOs to GND by a weak (20 kΩ) on-chip pull-down
resistor. Programmed devices download current EEPROM
configuration data, and the programmed setup is latched. The
PDO then goes to the state demanded by the configuration.
This provides a known condition for the PDOs during
The internal pull-down can be overdriven with an external pull-up
of suitable value tied from the PDOx pin to the required pull-up
voltage. The 20 kΩ resistor must be accounted for in calculating
a suitable value. For example, if PDOx must be pulled up to 3.3 V,
and 5 V is available as an external supply, the pull-up resistor
value is given by
3.3 V = 5 V × 20 kΩ/(R
+ 20 kΩ)
= (100 kΩ − 66 kΩ)/3.3 V = 10 kΩ
CFG4 CFG5 CFG6
VFET (PDO1 TO PDO6 ONLY)
Figure 25. Programmable Driver Output
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