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Part No. SIP2800
Description  Low Power Consumption Current Mode Controller
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Manufacturer  VISHAY [Vishay Siliconix]
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Document Number: 72660
S-41623—Rev.C, 30-Aug-04
COMP is the output of the Voltage Error Amplifier (VEA). The
VEA is a low output impedance operational amplifier, providing
the input to the PWM cycle-by-cycle current limit comparator.
As the SiP280X series of parts use a true operational amplifier
for the VEA, the COMP terminal can both source and sink
current. To add flexibility to these parts, the VEA is internally
current limited, which allows OUT to be forced to zero duty
cycle by taking the COMP pin to GND.
The voltage on COMP is passed through an internal diode to
develop an offset voltage of approximately 0.6 V, and then
through a resistive divider with a gain of 0.606-V/V, before
being presented to the control input of the cycle-by-cycle
current limit comparator. Clamping the COMP pin to less than
the diode’s forward voltage (i.e.,
<0.5 V) will command the
current loop to deliver 0 A, by holding the control input of the
cycle-by-cycle current comparator at 0 V. Similarly, the current
loop will command the maximum inductor current on each
cycle when COMP is at 2.25 V or greater, which drives the
control input of the cycle-by-cycle current comparator to 1 V
(since [2.25 V -- 0.6 V]
×0.606 V/V = 1 V).
The SiP280X series additionally features a built-in soft-start
function, which functions by clamping the output level of the
VEA to an internally generated voltage. This clamp will hold
COMP at a low voltage (VCOMP ≈ 0 V) until VCC and VREF are
at their proper levels. When these levels are appropriate for
circuit operation, the internal voltage will begin rising, at the
rate of 1 V/ms. This rising clamp level allows the voltage on the
COMP pin to rise, which in turn allows the voltage at the control
input of the cycle-by-cycle current comparator to increase. The
maximum soft-start interval occurs under conditions requiring
full duty cycle (50% or 100%, depending upon the part type),
and is given by the time required for the voltage on the
cycle-by-cycle current comparator’s control input to reach 1 V.
Since 1 V at the control input to the comparator requires that
the COMP pin be at 2.25 V, the maximum soft-start interval is
approximately 2.25 ms.
Input to both the cycle-by-cycle and overcurrent fault current
comparator is the mechanism by which the VEA’s output
voltage commands the level of inductor or transformer current
during a given “on” interval, thereby regulating the overall
circuit’s output. This comparator forms the inner loop of the two
loops used in current-mode regulation.
The overcurrent comparator has a trip threshold that is 50%
higher than that of the cycle-by-cycle comparator.
normal operating conditions, this comparator will not trip: its
purpose is to provide enhanced protection of the power path
components during severe faults (e.g., a short circuit). If the
overcurrent comparator is tripped by a fault condition, it will
command the SiP280X to do a “full-cycle restart.” During this
restart, the power supply will be quickly driven to the “off” state,
and will be required to wait for five milliseconds (typical) before
restarting. When the supply does restart, it will do so using the
built-in soft-start function of the SiP280X.
The SiP280X family incorporates internal leading-edge
blanking on the CS pin, to keep any spurious voltages on the
CS pin from reaching the comparator inputs during the 100-ns
interval immediately following the rising edge on OUT (for
example, voltages due to capacitive charging currents).
Because of this internal leading-edge blanking, many
applications require no external RC filter on the CS input.
Compared to circuits requiring the use of an external RC filter
circuit, leading-edge blanking provides a shorter effective CS
to OUT propagation delay.
FB is the inverting input of the VEA. Internally compared
against VREF/2 appearing on the VEA’s non-inverting input. To
avoid stability problems, keep lead lengths to FB as short as
possible, and use good layout practices to minimize the stray
capacitances of components connected to this pin.
The GND pin is both the reference ground and the power
ground for this part.
OUT is the output of a high-current driver capable of peak
currents in excess of
750 mA. OUT is therefore well suited
to driving the gates of power MOSFETs. This pin is specifically
held low when VCC is below the SiP280X’s UVLO threshold, to
ensure a predictable system turn-on. Since the OUT pin is
internally connected to a low impedance CMOS buffer, it is
capable of rapid rail-to-rail transitions. This output topology
also mitigates the effects of undershoot and overshoot. For
this reason, external Schottky clamp diodes are generally not
required on this pin.
RC is the oscillator frequency programming pin. FOSC is set by
the combination of RT and CT. The charging current for CT is
provided through RT, which is normally connected between
REF and the SiP280X RC pin. CT then connects from RC to
GND. Due to the high impedances encountered in low power
control circuits, this connection must be a short and quiet
return to GND (preferably by means of a dedicated signal
trace, separated from all other circuit functions).
The oscillator frequency for the SiP280X family of parts is
approximated by the following formulas:
For the SiP2800, SiP2801, SiP2802, and SiP2804:
D FOSC ≈ (1.5)/RTCT
For the SiP2803 and SiP2805:
D FOSC ≈ (1.0)/RTCT
Here RT is in ohms and CT is in farads.
More accurate formulas for FOSC are:
For the SiP2800, SiP2801, SiP2802 and SiP2804:
D FOSC = 1/{[(CT +CSTRAY)x RT x 0.652] + [(CT +CSTRAY)
xRDISCH x 2.53] + TDELAY}

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