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LT3570 Datasheet(PDF) 9 Page - Linear Technology

Part No. LT3570
Description  1.5A Buck Converter, 1.5A Boost Converter and LDO Controller
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Maker  LINER [Linear Technology]
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OPERATION
The LT3570 is a constant frequency, current mode, buck
converter and boost converter with an NPN LDO regula-
tor. Operation can be best understood by referring to the
Block Diagram.
If all of the SHDN pins are held low, the LT3570 is shut
down and draws zero quiescent current. When any of the
pins exceed 1.4V the internal bias circuits turn on. Each
regulator will only begin regulating when its corresponding
SHDN pin is pulled high.
Each switching regulator controls the output voltage in
a similar manner. The operation of the switchers can be
understood by looking at the boost regulator. A pulse
from the oscillator sets the RS flip-flop A4 and turns on
the internal NPN bipolar power switch Q1. Current in Q1
and the external inductor L1 begins to increase. When
this current exceeds a level determined by the voltage at
VC1, comparator A3 resets A4, turning off Q1. The current
in L1 flows through the external Schottky diode D1 and
begins to decrease. The cycle begins again at the next
pulse from the oscillator. In this way, the voltage on the
VC1 pin controls the current through the inductor to the
output. The internal error amplifier A1 regulates the output
voltage by continually adjusting the VC1 pin voltage. The
threshold for switching on the VC1 pin is approximately
750mV and an active clamp of 1.15V limits the output
current. The soft-start capacitor C6A allows the part to
slowly start up by ramping the internal reference.
The driver for the buck regulator can operate from either
VIN2 or from the BOOST pin. An external capacitor and
diode are used to generate a voltage at the BOOST pin that
is higher than the input supply. This allows the driver to
saturate the internal bipolar NPN power switch for efficient
operation. The driver for the boost regulator is operated
from VIN1.
The BIAS pin allows the internal circuitry to draw its
current from a lower voltage supply than the input. This
reduces power dissipation and increases efficiency. If the
voltage on the BIAS pin falls below 2.5V, then the LT3570
quiescent current will flow from VIN2.


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