24V Protected Switch Shield Manual Datasheet by Infineon Technologies

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Protected Switch Shield with PROFET™+ 24V for Arduino
24V Protected Switch Shield with BTT6030-2EKA
and BTT6020-1EKA
About this document
Scope and purpose
This document describes how to use the 24V Protected Switch Shield with BTT6030-2EKA and BTT6020-1EKA.
Intended audience
Engineers, hobbyists and students who want to switch 24 V loads in their Arduino projects.
Table of Contents
About this document ............................................................................................................................1
Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................1
1 24V Protected Switch Shield introduction ............................................................................ 2
1.1 24V Protected Switch Shield overview ............................................................................................... 2
1.2 Key features ....................................................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Blockdiagram of a bi-directional Motor Control .................................................................................. 4
2 24V Protected Switch Shield board description ......................................................................5
2.1 Schematics ......................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Layout ................................................................................................................................................6
2.3 Pin assignment ................................................................................................................................... 7
2.4 Pin definitions and functions .............................................................................................................. 8
3 BTT6030-2EKA overview .................................................................................................... 10
3.1 Key features of the BTT6030-2EKA PROFETTM +24V ........................................................................ 10
3.2 Blockdiagram ................................................................................................................................... 11
3.3 Pin assignment ................................................................................................................................. 12
3.4 Pin definitions and functions BTT6030-2EKA ................................................................................... 12
4 BTT6020-1EKA overview .................................................................................................... 13
4.1 Keyfeatures of the BTT6030-2EKA PROFET™ +24V ......................................................................... 13
4.2 Block diagram .................................................................................................................................. 14
4.3 Pin assingsment ............................................................................................................................... 14
4.4 Pin assingsment ............................................................................................................................... 15
5 Getting Started ................................................................................................................. 16
5.1 Target applications ........................................................................................................................... 16
5.2 Typical target applications ............................................................................................................... 16
5.2.1 Getting started: Shield ................................................................................................................ 16
5.2.2 Getting started: Software ............................................................................................................ 17
5.2.3 Software hints ............................................................................................................................. 20
Revision History ................................................................................................................................. 22
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1 24V Protected Switch Shield introduction
1.1 24V Protected Switch Shield overview
The 24V Protected Switch Shield adds advanced driving and diagnostic of generic loads to the Arduino projects.
The shield can be controlled with the general logic IO-Ports of a microcontroller. Either an Arduino Uno R3, the
XMC1100 Boot Kit or the more powerful XMC4700 Relax Kit and XMC4800 Relax Kit from Infineon can be used as
the master.
On board of the 24V Protected Switch Shield are two BTT6030-2EKA and one BTT6020-1EKA PROFETTM+24V.
Each of the BTT6030-2EKA features two 32 mΩ Smart high-side power switch-channels, whereas the BTT6020-
1EKA features a single 20 mΩ channel. In total the shield provides five Smart High-Side Power Switch Channels.
Each is built by a vertical N-channel power MOSFET with charge pump.
Due to the integrated charge pump the channels can be controlled by standard digital IOs (3.3 V and 5 V
supported).
The 24V Protected Switch Shield can be easily connected to any Arduino compatible board like the XMC1100
Boot Kit via headers.
Figure 1 24V Protected Switch Shield photo
1.2 Key features
The 24V Protected Switch Shield has the following features:
An Arduino Uno R3, XMC1100 Boot Kit, or similar board connected to the shield can control the five power
channels via the general IO pins.
Drives resistive, capacitive and inductive loads with PWM or in DC (eg. truck bulbs, car bulbs, valves, motors,
relays, capacitors, LEDs…)
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o Infineon PROFETTM devices have an integrated charge pump, internal protection features and a
current feedback to the ADC of the microcontroller
o Supply voltage: Functional range: 5 V 48 V; Nominal range: 8 V 36 V
o Nominal Current up to 5 A per channel restricted due to the limited power dissipation of the PCB
(BTT6020-1EKA nominal Current: 7 A)
o PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) via input pins up to 400 Hz
higher frequencies possible depending on load, input voltage and duty cycle
Diagnosis of the load / current feedback
o Accurate feedback on the state of the load to the ADC of the microcontroller (current
measurement & Fault detection).
o Possibility to build feedback loops from the load side to the microcontroller
Protection of load and driver circuit
o Protection against overcurrent on the load side via diagnosis feedback
o thermal protection of the driver
o Overcurrent protection on the driver side (see datasheet)
o Fault detection via IS pin
o Protection against high transient voltages (ESD, ISO pulses)
o Low conducted emissions
Reverse current blocking with IPD50P04P4L-11
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1.3 Block diagram of an automotive light control
Figure 3 depicts the Block diagram of the 24V Protected Switch shield. The IS pins of all 3 devices used for the
current sensing could be connected to a single analog digital converter at the µC. But for simplification each IS
pin is connected to an own analog digital converter. The microcontroller and its power supply are not part of the
shield.
Figure 3 Application circuit for a 5 channel automotive light control with BTT6030-2EKA
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2 24V Protected Switch Shield board description
For a safe and sufficient functionality, discrete components are necessary. Refer to the Datasheet to check which
components are needed.
Figure 4, Figure 5 and Figure 6 show the schematics plus the corresponding layout of the 24V Protected Switch
Shield. The Bill Of Material (BOM) can be found in Figure 7Figure 7.
2.1 Schematics
In Figure 4 the schematics of the 24V Protected Switch Shield is shown. The schematics are based on the
application circuit in the BTT6030-2EKA Datasheet.
Figure 4 Schematics 24V Protected Switch Shield with PROFETTM+ 24V for Arduino
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2.2 Layout
Figure 5 and Figure 6 show the layout of the 24V Protected Switch Shield.
Figure 5 24V Protected Switch Shield Bottom and top layers
Figure 6 24V Protected Switch Shield with PROFETTM+ 24V for Arduino Layout
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Part Value Device Package Description
Description2
Qty Place_YES/NO
Provided_by_customer_YES/NO
Distributor Ordernumber Weblink Remarks_customer Unit_price Total_price
REMARKS_BETA
OPTION1 OPTION2 OPTION3
EXAMPLE: C19, C4, C22, C21, C12, C16,
C7, C6, C24, C1, C9, C27
1 µF C-EUC0402 C0402
CAPACITOR,
European symbol
12 YES YES
C1, C2, C4, C5, C7 10n /50V CAP0603-CAP 0603-CAP Capacitor 5 yes Standard device
C3, C6, C8 100p /50V CAP0603-CAP 0603-CAP Capacitor 3 yes Standard device
C9 68n /50V CAP0603-CAP 0603-CAP Capacitor 1 yes
Farnell Best.
Nr.:
1414650RL
Standard device
C10, C11, C12 100n /50V CAP0603-CAP 0603-CAP Capacitor 3 yes beta Standard device
D1, D3, D5
6.8V SMD-PACKAGES_ZMM SMD-PACKAGES_SOD80 Zener Diode 3 yes
Farnell
Best.Nr.:
1097205RL
D2, D4, D6
BAS21 BAS21 SOT23
Silicon Schottky
Diode
3 yes
D7
10V SMD-PACKAGES_ZMM SMD-PACKAGES_SOD80 Zener Diode 1 yes
Farnell
Best.Nr.:
1081361
D8
58V Supressor Diode SMA Supressor 1 yes
Farnell
Best.Nr.:
1579006RL
IPD50P04P4L HW_INFINEON_IPD50P04P4L-11 HW_INFINEON_IPD50P04P4L-11 TO-252-3-313-L MOSFET
1 yes yes
R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R13, R14,
R16, R17, R19, R34
10k RESISTOR0603-RES 0603-RES Resistor
11 yes Standard device
R6, R18, R25, R26, R27, R28 4.7k RESISTOR0603-RES 0603-RES Resistor 6 yes Standard device
R7, R22, R29 0.027k RESISTOR0603-RES 0603-RES Resistor 3 yes Standard device
R9, R20, R31 1.2k RESISTOR 1206 R1206 Resistor 3 yes Standard device
R10, R11 R21, R23, R32 47k RESISTOR0603-RES 0603-RES Resistor 5 yes Standard device
BTT6030_2EKA INFINEON_BTS5030-2EKA INFINEON_BTS5030-2EKA IFX_PG_DSO_14_40_EP 2Ch PROFET+24V
2 yes yes
BTT6020_1EKA INFINEON_BTS5020-1EKA INFINEON_BTS5020-1EKA IFX_PG_DSO_14_47_EP 1Ch PROFET+24V
1 yes yes
(R8), (R12), (R15), (R24), (R30), (R33)
R(35), R(36), R(37)
10k RESISTOR0603-RES 0603-RES Resistor
9no Standard device
X2
MKDS 1/ 8-3,5
TERMINAL BLOCK
PLUGGABLE, 8
POSITION
1 yes
Farnell Order
Nr.:
1787882
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TERMINAL BLOCK
PLUGGABLE, 8
POSITION
JP1 PINHD-1X5 1X05
5-pin 2.54mm male
long header
1 yes
Farnell Order
Nr.:
1593414
5-pin 2.54mm male
long header
Arduino Pins
6-pin 2.54mm male
long header
1 yes
Farnell Order
Nr.:
1593415
6-pin 2.54mm male
long header
Arduino Pins
8-pin 2.54mm male
long header
2 yes
Farnell Order
Nr.:
1593416
8-pin 2.54mm male
long header
Arduino Pins
10-pin 2.54mm
male
long header
1 yes
Farnell Order
Nr.:
1593417
10-pin 2.54mm male
long header
Figure 7 24V Protected Switch Shield with PROFETTM+ 24V for Arduino Bill of Material (BOM)
2.3 Pin assignment
To use the 24V Protected Switch Shield the necessary control signals can be applied directly at the connectors.
There is no need to use a microcontroller compatible with Arduino or XMC 1100 Boot Kit to get the 24V
Protected Switch Shield into an application. The control pins are logic level inputs which can be driven by any
other microcontroller or with logic level signals. Besides the supply voltage Vbat has to be provided to the Vbat
connector. Figure 8 shows the pinout/connectors of the 24V Protected Switch Shield.
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Figure 8 24V Protected Switch Shield connectors
2.4 Pin definitions and functions
Table 1
Pin
Symbol
I/O
Function
GND
GND
-
Ground
D2
DSEL_0
I
Diagnostic select PROFETTM+ 0
Selects if the diagnosis of channel 0 or 1 is muxed to the IS Pin (PROFETTM+ 0)
D3
IN1_0
I
Input 1 PROFETTM+ 0
Input to switch channel 1 on PROFETTM+ 0
D4
IN0_1
I
Input 0 PROFETTM+ 1
Input to switch channel 0 on PROFETTM+ 1
2
1
0
IS_0
IS_1
Vbat
GND
PROFET
TM+1
BTT6030-2EKA
PROFET
TM+2
BTT6020-1EKA
OUT1_1
OUT0_1
OUT0_0
OUT1_0
DSEL_0
IN1_0
IN0_1
DEN_1
DSEL_1
IN1_1
IN0_2
DEN_0
IN0_0
IS_2
IS_1
IS_0
3x PROFET
TM+ 24V:
PROFET
TM+0
BTT6030-2EKA
OUT0_2
DEN0_0
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D5
DEN_1
I
Diagnosis enable PROFETTM+ 1
Turns diagnosis for PROFETTM+ 1 on or off
D6
DSEL_1
I
Diagnostic select PROFETTM+ 1
Selects if the diagnosis of channel 0 or 1 is muxed to the IS Pin (PROFETTM+ 1)
D7
IN1_1
I
Input 1 PROFETTM+ 1
Input to switch channel 1 on PROFETTM+ 1
D8
IN0_2
I
Input PROFETTM+ 2
Input to switch channel on PROFETTM+ 2
D9
DEN_2
I
Diagnosis enable PROFETTM+ 2
Turns diagnosis for PROFETTM+ 2 on or off
A0
IS_0
O
Sense PROFETTM+ 0
Current sense of PROFETTM+ 0
A1
IS_1
O
Sense PROFETTM+ 1
Current sense of PROFETTM+ 1
A2
IS_2
O
Sense PROFETTM+ 2
Current sense of PROFETTM+ 2
A3
IN0_0
I
Input 0 PROFETTM+ 0
Input to switch channel 0 on PROFETTM+ 0
A4
DEN_0
I
Diagnosis enable PROFETTM+ 0
Turns diagnosis for PROFETTM+ 0 on or off
OUTy_x
OUTy_x
O
Power output of channel y on PROFETTM+ x
Vbat
VS
-
Supply
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3 BTT6030-2EKA overview
The BTT6030-2EKA is a 32 mΩ dual channel Smart High-Side Power Switch, embedded in a PG-DSO-14-40 EP,
Exposed Pad package, providing protective functions and diagnosis. The power transistor is built by an N-
channel vertical power MOSFET with charge pump. The device is integrated in Smart6 HV technology. It is
specially designed to drive lamps up to 2 x P21 W 24 V or 1 x 70 W 24 V, as well as LEDs in the harsh automotive
environment. For details please refer to the Datasheet.
3.1 Key features of the BTT6030-2EKA PROFETTM +24V
Two channel device
Very low stand-by current
3.3 V and 5 V compatible logic inputs
Electrostatic discharge protection (ESD)
Optimized electromagnetic compatibility
Logic ground independent from load ground
Very low power DMOS leakage current in OFF state
Green product (RoHS compliant)
AEC qualified
Figure 9 PG-DSO-14-40EP
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3.2 Block diagram
VisioDocument
Channel 0 VS
OUT 0
IN0
T
driver
logic
gate control
&
charge pump
load current sense and
open load detection
over
temperature clamp for
inductive load
over current
switch limit
forward voltage drop detection
voltage sensor
GND
ESD
protection
IS
DEN
Channel 1
DSEL
IN1Control and protection circuit equivalent to channel 0
T
VS
OUT 1
internal
power
supply
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3.3 Pin assignment
Figure 11 Pin assignment BTT6030-2EKA (top view)
3.4 Pin definitions and functions BTT6030-2EKA
Table2
Pin
Symbol
Function
1
GND
Ground
2
IN0
INput channel 0; Input signal for channel 0 activation
3
DEN
Diagnostic ENable; Digital signal to enable/disable the
diagnosis of the device
4
IS
Sense; Sense current of the selected channel
5
DSEL
Diagnostic SELection; Digital signal to select the channel to be
diagnosed
6
IN1
INput channel 1; Input signal for channel 1 activation
7, 11
NC
Not Connected; No internal connection to the chip
8, 9, 10
OUT1
OUTput 1; Protected high side power output channel 1
12, 13, 14
OUT0
OUTput 0; Protected high side power output channel 0
Cooling Tab
VS
Voltage Supply; Battery voltage
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4 BTT6020-1EKA overview
The BTT6020-1EKA is a 20 mΩ single channel Smart High-Side Power Switch, embedded in a PG-DSO-14-47 EP,
Exposed Pad package, providing protective functions and diagnosis. The power transistor is built by an N-
channel vertical power MOSFET with charge pump. The device is integrated in Smart6 technology. It is specially
designed to drive lamps up to 5 x P21 W 24 V or 1 x 70 W 24 V, as well as LEDs in the harsh automotive
environment. For details please refer to the Datasheet.
4.1 Keyfeatures of the BTT6030-2EKA PROFET™ +24V
One channel device
Very low stand-by current
3.3 V and 5 V compatible logic inputs
Electrostatic discharge protection (ESD)
Optimized electromagnetic compatibility
Logic ground independent from load ground
Very low power DMOS leakage current in OFF state
Green product (RoHS compliant)
AEC qualified
Figure 12 PG-TO263-7-1
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4.2 Block diagram
Block diagram.emf
VS
OUT
IN
T
driver
logic
gate control
&
charge pump
load current sense and
open load detection
over
temperature clamp for
inductive load
over current
switch limit
forward voltage drop detection
voltage sensor
GND
ESD
protection
IS
DEN
internal
power
supply
Figure 13 Block diagram BTT6020-1EKA
4.3 Pin assingsment
Figure 14 Pin assignment BTT6020-1EKA (top view)
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4.4 Pin assingsment
Table 3
Pin
Symbol
Function
1, 2, 7, 8, 9,
13, 14
NC
Not Connected; No internal connection to the chip
3
GND
Ground
4
IN
INput channel; Input signal for channel activation
5
DEN
Diagnostic ENable; Digital signal to enable/disable the
diagnosis of the device
6
IS
Sense; Sense current of the selected channel
10, 11, 12
OUT
OUTput; Protected high side power output channel
Cooling Tab
VS
Voltage Supply; Battery voltage
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5 Getting Started
5.1 Target applications
The application targeted by the BT60xx devices is driving lamps in 24V Trucks and Transportation systems.
Besides lamps any other inductive, resistive and capacitive load within the electrical characteristics of the
PROFET™+24V can be driven by the BT60xx. In the 24V Protected Switch Shield two BTT6030-2EKA and one
BTT6020-1EKA are used. Each channel of the BTT6030 is capable of driving up to 4 A (both channels active). The
single channel of the BTT6020 is capable of driving up to 7 A. The limited thermal performance of the Shield PCB
limits the recommended maximum current to 5 A.
5.2 Typical target applications
With the 24V Protected Switch Shield up to five 24 V loads can be driven. The switches are controlled via the INx
(Input x) pins. The BTT60xx also provide a sense current at the IS pin. The Shield provides a fast and easy access
to 24 V load switching up to 1 x 5 A + 4 x 4 A.
5.2.1 Getting started: Shield
Choose loads compatible within the electrical characteristics in the Datasheets of the BTT60xx
o E.g. 1 x 70 W 24 V lamp and 4 x 21 W 24 V lamps (Truck bulbs)
Choose a DC adapter. The nominal input of the Shield is 8 36 V DC. Maximum Voltage is 48 V
Connect the Shield to Arduino Uno R3 or XMC 1100 Boot Kit.
Connect power supply (5 V) to the Arduino Uno R3 or XMC 1100 Boot Kit (Micro USB). For the XMC Boot
Kit a standard mobile phone charger can be used.
Program the controller board with the lamp switching software (see 5.2.2).
Connect the Out connectors of the shield
o 70 W to OUT0_2
o 21 W to Out0_1, Out 1_1, Out 0_0 and Out 1_1
Connect the DC adapter to the Power Shield (Vbat, GND).
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Figure 15 24V Protected Switch Shield connectors
5.2.2 Getting started: Software
A simple example software for the XMC1100 Boot Kit is provided.
Connect the XMC 1100 Boot Kit with a micro USB cable to the USB port of your PC.
Download and install DAVETM - Free Development Platform for Code Generation from the Infineon
website DAVETM. Download the software example from the Infineon website: Infineon-
24V_ProtectedSwitchShield_with_Profet+24V_for_Arduino_DAVE_Example_V10.zip-SW-v01_00-
EN.zip
Start DAVETM and import project file
Infineon-24V_ProtectedSwitchShield_with_Profet+24V_for_Arduino_DAVE_Example_V10.zip-SW-
v01_00-EN.zip”:
Vbat
GND
PROFET
TM+1
BTT6030-2EKA
PROFET
TM+2
BTT6020-1EKA
OUT1_1
OUT0_1
OUT0_0
OUT1_0
DSEL_0
IN1_0
IN0_1
DEN_1
DSEL_1
IN1_1
IN0_2
DEN_0
IN0_0
IS_2
IS_1
IS_0
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TM+ 24V:
PROFET
TM+0
BTT6030-2EKA
OUT0_2
DEN0_0
DEN0_0
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1: Select File Import:
2: Choose InfineonDAVE Project:
3: Select archive fileBrowse for the downloaded fileselect the projectclick finish:
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4: Build the code:
5: Start the Debugger
6: The first time you start the Software a new debug configuration needs to be created. Select the GDB SEGGER
J-Link Debugger and click on new launch configuration. Keep all default values and click on Debug
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7: Confirm the perspective switch
8: Run the code the loads will be powered via PWM
5.2.3 Software hints
The Software will drive the 5 channels in different PWM configurations. Here is the mapping between Profet
channel and PWM configuration:
Channel
Dutycycle
Frequency
PROFET0 Channel 0
100%
---
PROFET0 Channel 1
50%
200Hz
PROFET1 Channel 0
75%
320Hz
PROFET1 Channel 1
60%
400Hz
PROFET2
80%
120Hz
These values can be changed either via double click on the corresponding PWM APP:
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Or during runtime using the API. To get information about the API right click on the APP and select APP Help:
The Help will open in a new Window. Selecting Apps Methods shows a documentation of all available
methods for this type of APP.
The Software does not only drive the loads in PWM. It also measures continuously the Sense signal and
calculates out of it the load current during the high phase of the PWM period. The calculated currents are then
stored in global variables enabling the user to process the values in his code e.g. for a protection strategy or to
calculate the power consumption. For more details on how the load current is calculated check the
documentation in the code. The provided software is an example and is not a reference software.
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