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MP2560 Datasheet(PDF) 9 Page - Monolithic Power Systems

Part No. MP2560
Description  2.5A, 4MHz, 42V Step-Down Converter
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Maker  MPS [Monolithic Power Systems]
Homepage  http://www.monolithicpower.com
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MP2560 – 2.5A, 4MHz, 42V STEP-DOWN CONVERTER
MP2560 Rev. 1.2
www.MonolithicPower.com
9
1/25/2010
MPS Proprietary Information. Unauthorized Photocopy and Duplication Prohibited.
© 2010 MPS. All Rights Reserved.
At higher duty cycle operation condition, the
time period available to the bootstrap charging
is less so the bootstrap capacitor may not be
sufficiently charged.
In case the internal circuit does not have
sufficient voltage and the bootstrap capacitor is
not charged, extra external circuitry can be
used to ensure the bootstrap voltage is in the
normal operational region. Refer to External
Bootstrap Diode
in Application section.
The DC quiescent current of the floating driver
is about 20µA. Make sure the bleeding current
at the SW node is higher than this value, such
that:
A
20
)
2
R
1
R
(
V
I
O
O
µ
>
+
+
Current Comparator and Current Limit
The power MOSFET current is accurately
sensed via a current sense MOSFET. It is then
fed to the high speed current comparator for the
current mode control purpose. The current
comparator takes this sensed current as one of
its inputs. When the power MOSFET is turned
on, the comparator is first blanked till the end of
the turn-on transition to avoid noise issues. The
comparator then compares the power switch
current with the COMP voltage. When the
sensed current is higher than the COMP
voltage, the comparator output is low, turning
off the power MOSFET. The cycle-by-cycle
maximum
current
of
the
internal
power
MOSFET is internally limited.
Startup and Shutdown
If both VIN and EN are higher than their
appropriate thresholds, the chip starts. The
reference block starts first, generating stable
reference voltage and currents, and then the
internal regulator is enabled. The regulator
provides stable supply for the remaining
circuitries.
While the internal supply rail is up, an internal
timer holds the power MOSFET OFF for about
50µs to blank the startup glitches. When the
internal soft-start block is enabled, it first holds
its SS output low to ensure the remaining
circuitries are ready and then slowly ramps up.
Three events can shut down the chip: EN low,
VIN low and thermal shutdown. In the shutdown
procedure, power MOSFET is turned off first to
avoid any fault triggering. The COMP voltage
and the internal supply rail are then pulled down.
Programmable Oscillator
The MP2560 oscillating frequency is set by an
external resistor, Rfreq from the FREQ pin to
ground. The value of Rfreq can be calculated
from:
freq
1.1
s
180000
R(KΩ)=
f(KHz)


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