PAE Series Datasheet by Murata Power Solutions Inc.

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Murata Power Solutions’ fully isolated Power
Amplifi er Eighth-Brick series of DC-DC convert-
ers has been designed specifi cally for use with
multi-channel power amplifi ers such as those
found in the latest generation of microcell wireless
transceiver applications requiring up to 100W.
With a typical effi ciency of 92.5%, the PAE series
keeps power dissipation on the module to a mini-
mum, therefore, reducing system temperatures and
helping network operators save energy costs. The
through-hole mounted converter is available with
an optional baseplate for conduction cooled/cold
wall applications typically found in base-station
applications and remote radio heads.
The converter operates over the industry stan-
dard TNV input voltage range of + 36 to +75 VDC
around a nominal +48 VDC. The single +29.8 Vout
can be adjusted over a wide range, from +23.84 to
32.78 VDC, to maximize fl exibility for power ampli-
er system designers.
Controls include remote On/Off control of
either negative or positive polarity. In addition the
converter has a number of protection features in-
cluding over current, over temperature, input under
voltage and output short circuit.
The PAE series has been designed to meet the
demanding “low noise” requirements in modern
communications systems and will require minimal
Vout fi ltering in most applications. Other example
applications for the PAE include indoor/outdoor Wi-
Fi installations, RF test equipment, CATV systems
and MRI imaging equipment.
PRODUCT OVERVIEWKEY PRODUCT FEATURES
2:1 Input Voltage Range (36V – 75V)
Trimmable 23.84 (-20%) to 32.78 (10%) Volts
output (29.8V, nom)
Up to 100W output power @ 36 - 75Vin
Effi ciency = 92.5% (typ)
Industry standard 1/8 brick package
Optional Baseplate for conduction cooling
applications
Optional Baseplate to ground connection pin
Positive & negative logic on/off control option
Monotonic startup into pre-bias/pre load output
conditions
Over-current (power limiting); Over-temperature
protection; Over-Voltage Protection
Low output ripple and noise
Strong thermal derating performance
Operational temperature range –40°C to
+100°C (baseplate temperature)
1500V I/O isolation
Certifi ed to UL 60950-1, CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-
1, 2nd edition with Am1 safety approvals
Figure 1. Connection Diagram
Typical topology is shown. Murata Power Solutions recommends an external fuse.
Baseplate ground
(B3 option)
F1
External
DC
Power
Source
Reference, Controller,
Power Transfer,
and Error Amplifier
-Vout
+Vout
Trim
On/Off
Control
-Vin
Open = On
+Vin
logic)
Barrier
Isolated
Gate Drive
Power Switch,
Current Sense,
and Transfer
Mechanisms
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Please refer to the part number structure for additional ordering information and options.
All specifi cations are typical at nominal line voltage and full load, +25°C unless otherwise noted. See
detailed specifi cations. Output capacitors are 1 µF || 10 µF with a 22µf input capacitor. These caps are
necessary for our test equipment and may not be needed for your application.
ORDERING GUIDE
Root Model
Output Input
Effi ciency Dimensions (open frame)
VOUT
(Volts)
IOUT
(Amps,
max.)
Power
(Watts)
R/N (mV
pk-pk) Regulation (Max.) VIN Nom.
(Volts)
Range
(Volts)
IIN no
load (mA)
IIN full
load
(Amps)Typ. Max. Line Load Min. Typ. (inches) (mm)
PAE-29/3-D48
PAE-29/3-D48 29.8 3.3 98.34 65 100 ±0.1% ±0.1% 48 36-75 12 2.21 91% 92.5%
2.3 x 0.90 x 0.44
2.3 x 0.90 x 0.44
58.4 x 22.9 x 11.1
58.4 x 22.9 x 11.1
PART NUMBER STRUCTURE
Pin length option
Blank = standard pin length 0.188 in. (4.78 mm)
L1 = 0.110 in. (2.79 mm)
L2 = 0.145 in. (3.68 mm)
Lx
D48
Input Voltage Range
D48 = 36-75 Volts (48V nominal)
/
Nominal Output Voltage (29.8V)
29 -
3
Maximum Rated Output
Current in Amps(3.3A)
N
On/Off Control Logic
N = Negative logic
P = Positive logic
-
Baseplate Option
Blank = No baseplate
B = Baseplate installed (with fl ange)
S = Baseplate installed (without fl ange)
B
RoHS Hazardous Materials compliance
C = RoHS-6 (does not claim EU RoHS exemption 7b–lead in solder), standard
-C
Complete Model Number Example:
Negative On/Off logic, baseplate installed, 0.110˝ pin length, RoHS-6 compliance
PAE-29/3-D48NBL1-C
PAE
Power Amplifi er
Eighth-Brick
Baseplate Pin 3, see Mechanical Drawings (special order)
Blank = No pin 3, standard
3 = Pin 3 installed, optional
3
PAE Pin 3 Baseplate Connection
The PAE module has an additional pin 3 on special order that connects to the baseplate but is
electrically isolated from the rest of the converter. Please refer to the mechanical drawings.
Pin 3 offers a positive method of controlling the electrical potential of the baseplate, indepen-
dent of the converter.
The baseplate may be ordered by adding a “B” to the model number tree and pin 3 will be pre-
installed by adding a “3.” The two options are separate. Please refer to the Ordering Guide. Do
not order pin 3 without the baseplate. Note that “pin 3” converters may be on limited forecast,
requiring minimum order quantities and scheduled deliveries.
Special quantity order is required; samples available with standard pin length only.
Some model number combinations may not be available. See website or contact your local Murata sales representative.
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NOTE: The following models are To Be Discontinued.
PAE-29/3-D48PB3-C, PAE-29/3-D48PB-C and PAE-29/3-D48P-C.
To Be Discontinued *
To Be Discontinued *
* Last Time Buy date is 3/31/2019. Please click here to view the Discontinuance Notification.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Conditions /Comments Minimum Typical/Nominal Maximum Units
Input Voltage, Continuous 0 80 Vdc
Input Voltage, Transient 100 mS max. duration 100 Vdc
Isolation Voltage Input to output, continuous 1500 Vdc
On/Off Remote Control Power on, referred to -Vin 0 13.5 Vdc
Output Power 0 99.32 W
Output Current Current-limited, no damage, short-circuit
protected 0 3.3 A
Storage Temperature Range Vin = Zero (no power) -55 125 °C
Absolute maximums are stress ratings. Exposure of devices to greater than any of these conditions may adversely affect long-term reliability. Proper operation under conditions other than those
listed in the Performance/Functional Specifi cations Table is not implied or recommended.
INPUT Conditions ➀ ➂
Operating voltage range 36 48 75 Vdc
Recommended External Fuse Fast blow 6 A
Start-up threshold Rising input voltage 33 34 35 Vdc
Undervoltage shutdown Falling input voltage 30 31.5 33 Vdc
Internal Filter Type LC
Input current
Full Load Conditions Vin = nominal 2.21 2.27 A
Low Line Vin = minimum 2.97 3.07 A
Inrush Transient 0.09 0.155 A2-Sec.
Output in Short Circuit 0.1 0.2 A
No Load Current Iout = minimum, unit = ON 12 25 mA
Shut-Down Input Current (Off, UV, OT) 2.2 4 mA
Refl ected (back) ripple current Measured at input with specifi ed fi lter 10 25 mA, p-p
Pre-biased startup External output voltage < Vset Monotonic
GENERAL and SAFETY
Effi ciency Vin = 48V, full load 91 92.5 %
Vin = min. 90 92 %
Isolation
Isolation Voltage Input to output (with and w/o baseplate),
continuous 1500 Vdc
Input to baseplate 750 Vdc
Output to baseplate 750 Vdc
Isolation Resistance 100 M
Isolation Capacitance 14,000 pF
Safety (certifi ed to the following
requirements)
Certifi ed to UL-60950-1, CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-
1, 2nd edition with Am1 Yes
Calculated MTBF Per Telcordia SR332, issue 1, class 3, ground
xed, Tambient = +25°C TBD Hours x 106
DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
Fixed Switching Frequency 225 250 275 KHz
Startup Time Power on to Vout regulated 50 75 mS
Startup Time Remote on to Vout regulated 130 150 mS
Dynamic Load Response 50-75-50% load step, settling time to within
3% of Vout 75 150 µSec
Dynamic Load Peak Deviation same as above ±275 ±375 mV
FEATURES and OPTIONS
Remote On/Off Control
“N” suffi x:
Negative Logic, ON state ON = Ground pin or external voltage 0 1 Vdc
Negative Logic, OFF state OFF = Pin open or external voltage 3.5 13.5 Vdc
Control Current Open collector/drain 1 mA
“P” suffi x:
Positive Logic, ON state ON = Pin open or external voltage 3.5 13.5 Vdc
Positive Logic, OFF state OFF = Ground pin or external voltage 0 1 Vdc
Control Current Open collector/drain 1 mA
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OUTPUT Conditions /Comments Minimum Typical/Nominal Maximum Units
Total Output Power 0 98.34 99.32 W
Voltage
Nominal Output Voltage No trim 29.502 29.8 30.098 Vdc
Setting Accuracy At 50% load, no trim -1 1 % of Vnom
Output Voltage Range User-adjustable -20 10 % of Vnom
Overvoltage Protection 39 Vdc
Current
Output Current Range 0 3.3 3.3 A
Current Limit Inception 97% of Vnom., after warmup 3.8 4.8 5.8 A
Short Circuit
Short Circuit Current Hiccup technique, autorecovery within 2% of
Vout 0.8 1.5 A
Short Circuit Duration
(remove short for recovery) Output shorted to ground, no damage Continuous
Short circuit protection method Current limiting
Regulation
Total Accuracy: Over line, load(0-3.3A), and temp. 28.906 30.69 Vdc
Line Regulation Vin = min. to max., Vout = nom., Iout = nom. ±0.1 % of Vout
Load Regulation Iout = min. to max., Vin = 48V ±0.1 % of Vout
Ripple and Noise 5 Hz- 20 MHz BW 65 100 mV pk-pk
Remote Sense 10 %
Case to Ground pin option ("3" Suffi x)
Baseplate option ("B" Suffi x)
Temperature Coeffi cient At all outputs ±0.02 % of Vout./°C
Maximum Capacitive Loading Low ESR 1 2.2 mF
MECHANICAL
Outline Dimensions (open frame) 2.3 x 0.90 x 0.44 Inches
For outline dimensions with baseplate,
please refer to mechanical drawing 58.4 x 22.9 x 11.1 mm
Weight Open frame 0.94 Ounces
26.6 Grams
With baseplate 1.4 Ounces
45 Grams
Through Hole Pin Diameter pins (1-4, 6-8) & (5, 9) 0.04 & 0.06 Inches
1.016 & 1.52 mm
Through Hole Pin Material Copper alloy
TH Pin Plating Metal and Thickness Nickel subplate 50 µ-inches
Gold overplate 5 µ-inches
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Ambient Temperature Range With Derating -40 85 °C
Operating Baseplate Temperature No derating, -40 100 °C
Storage Temperature Vin = Zero (no power) -55 125 °C
Thermal Protection/Shutdown Measured in center 115 125 135 °C
Electromagnetic Interference External fi lter is required
Conducted, EN55022/CISPR22 B Class
RoHS rating RoHS-6
FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS, (CONT.)
Notes
Unless otherwise noted, all specifi cations apply at Vin = nominal, nominal output voltage and full
output load. General conditions are near sea level altitude, no base plate installed and natural con-
vection airfl ow unless otherwise specifi ed. All models are tested and specifi ed with external paral-
lel 1 F and 10 F output capacitors and a 22µf external input capacitor (see Technical Notes). All
capacitors are low-ESR types wired close to the converter. These capacitors are necessary for our
test equipment and may not be needed in the user’s application.
Input (back) ripple current is tested and specifi ed over 5 Hz to 20 MHz bandwidth. Input fi ltering is
Cin = 33 µF/100V, Cbus = 220µF/100V and Lbus = 12 µH.
All models are stable and regulate to specifi cation under no load.
The Remote On/Off Control is referred to -Vin.
Regulation specifi cations describe the output voltage changes as the line voltage or load current
is varied from its nominal or midpoint value to either extreme. The load step is ±25% of full load
current.
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PERFORMANCE DATA
Effi ciency vs. Line Voltage and Load Current @ +25°C
Output Current Limit vs. Output Voltage (at various input line voltages)
Power Dissipation vs. Load Current @ +25°C
0.36 0.73 1.10 1.46 1.83 2.20 2.57 2.93 3.30
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
Load Current (Amps)
Efciency (%)
VIN = 36V
VIN = 48V
VIN = 60V
VIN = 75V
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
9.0
9.5
0.36 0.73 1.10 1.46 1.83 2.20 2.57 2.93 3.30
VIN = 36V
VIN = 48V
VIN = 60V
VIN = 75V
Output Load Current (Am ps)
Power Dissipation (Watts)
0
2.5
5
7.5
10
12.5
15
17.5
20
22.5
25
27.5
30
32.5
4 4.2 4.4 4.6 4.8 5 5.2 5.4 5.6 5.8 6 6.2 6.4 6.6 6.8 7 7.2 7.4 7.6 7.8 8
Vout
Amps
VIN = 48V
VIN = 36V
VIN = 60V
VIN = 75V
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
1.0 m/s (200 LFM)
1.5 m/s (300 LFM)
2.0 m/s (400 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
Cold Wall
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 36V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, with baseplate)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 36V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, without baseplate)
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PERFORMANCE DATA
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
1.0 m/s (200 LFM)
1.5 m/s (300 LFM)
2.0 m/s (400 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
1.0 m/s (200 LFM)
1.5 m/s (300 LFM)
2.0 m/s (400 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
1.0 m/s (200 LFM)
1.5 m/s (300 LFM)
2.0 m/s (400 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
Cold Wall
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
Cold Wall
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
1.0 m/s (200 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
0
1
2
3
4
30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
Still Air
Cold Wall
0.5 m/s (100 LFM)
1.0 m/s (200 LFM)
Output Current (Amps)
Ambient Temperature
(°C)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 48V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, with baseplate)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 60V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, with baseplate)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 75V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, with baseplate)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 48V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, without baseplate)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 60V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, without baseplate)
Maximum Current Temperature Derating at sea level
(Vin = 75V, airfl ow from pin 1 to pin 4, without baseplate)
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PERFORMANCE DATA
Enable Start up Delay (Vin = 48V, Vout = nom, Iout = full load, Ta = +25°C)
Ch1 = Enable, Ch4 = Vout
Output Ripple and Noise (Vin = 48V, Iout = 3.3A, Cload = 1f||10f, Ta = +25°C)Step load Transient Response (Vin = 48V, Vout = nom, Cload = 10f || 1f,
Iout = 50-75-50% of full load , Ta = +25°C) Ch1 = Iout, Ch4 = Vout
Start up Delay (Vin = 48V, Vout = nom, Iout = full load, Ta = +25°C)
Ch1 = Vin, Ch4 = Vout
Thermal image with hot spot at full load current with +25°C ambient; air is fl owing at 20
LFM. Air is fl owing across the converter from -Vout to +Vout at 48V input.
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS: OPEN FRAME
Third Angle Projection
Dimensions are in inches (mm shown for ref. only).
Components are shown for reference only.
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Pin Function
1+ Vin
2 Remote On/Off *
3 No pin
4 – Vin
5 – Vout
6 – Sense
7 Trim
8 + Sense
9 + Vout
*The Remote On/Off can be provided
with either positive (P suffi x) or
negative (N suffi x) logic.
0.19
4.8
(NOTE 1)
1°MAX
(ALL PINS)
11.1
0.44
7.62
0.300 1.00
25.4
3.81
0.150
15.24
0.600
1.80±0.05
0.071±0.002
SHOULDER
@ PINS 1-2, 4, 6-8
2. COMPONENTS SHOWN FOR REF ONLY
3. DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES [mm]
4. PIN LOCATION DIMENSIONS APPLY AT
0.060 PINS: COPPER ALLOY
CIRCUIT BOARD LEVEL
FINISH: (ALL PINS)
1. ALTERNATE PIN LENGTHS AVAILABLE
0.040 PINS: COPPER ALLOY
GOLD (5μ"MIN) OVER NICKEL (50μ" MIN)
MATERIAL:
(CONTACT MURATA-PS FOR INFORMATION)
TOP VIEW
58.4
2.30
22.9
0.90
END
VIEW
0.25
0.010 MIN CLEARANCE
BETWEEN MTG PLANE AND
COMPONENTS ON CONVERTER
VIEW
END
PIN SHOULDERS
(MTG PLANE)
4.8
0.19
REF
1
8
9
7
5
C
L
BOTTOM VIEW
6
4
2
C
L
3.81
0.150
50.80
2.000
SIDE VIEW
MTG PLANE
1.52±0.05
(PINS 5 & 9)
0.060±0.002
1.02±0.05
0.040±0.002
(PINS 1-2, 4, 6-8)
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS: WITH BASEPLATE, WITH FLANGE
Third Angle Projection
Dimensions are in inches (mm shown for ref. only).
Components are shown for reference only.
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
(ALL PINS)
1°MAX
4.8
0.19
(NOTE 1)
25.4
1.00
15.24
0.600
7.62
0.300
0.071±0.002
SHOULDER
@ PINS 1-4, 6-8
1.80±0.05
12.4
0.49
4.8
0.19
REF
CIRCUIT BOARD LEVEL
0.040 PINS: COPPER ALLOY
GOLD (5u"MIN) OVER NICKEL (50u" MIN)
MATERIAL:
0.060 PINS: COPPER ALLOY
FINISH: (ALL PINS)
1. ALTERNATE PIN LENGTHS AVAILABLE
(CONTACT MURATA-PS FOR INFORMATION)
2. COMPONENTS SHOWN FOR REF ONLY
3. DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES [mm]
4. PIN LOCATION DIMENSIONS APPLY AT
TOP VIEW
10.4
0.41
1.45
36.8
1.030
26.16
R0.063
1.860
47.24
0.100
2.54
15.24
0.600
0.90
22.9
2x
2x
PENETRATION (x2)
FLANGE
M3x0.5 x 0.10 MAX
0.22
5.6
2.000
50.80
58.4
2.30
END
VIEW
1.91
0.075
REF
0.25
0.010MIN CLEARANCE
BETWEEN MTG PLANE AND
COMPONENTS ON CONVERTER
45
3
2
1
BOTTOM VIEW
7
8
6
C
L
C
L
9
3.81
0.150
3.81
0.150
50.80
2.000
ALUMINUM
SIDE VIEW BASEPLATE
MTG PLANE
1.52±0.05
0.060±0.002
(PINS 5 & 9)
1.02±0.05
0.040±0.002
(PINS 1-4, 6-8)
VIEW
END
PIN SHOULDERS
(MTG PLANE)
INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Pin Function
1+ Vin
2 Remote On/Off *
3 Baseplate Gnd (when applicable)
4 – Vin
5 – Vout
6 – Sense
7 Trim
8 + Sense
9 + Vout
*The Remote On/Off can be provided
with either positive (P suffi x) or negative
(N suffi x) logic.
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS: WITH BASEPLATE, WITHOUT FLANGE
Third Angle Projection
Dimensions are in inches (mm shown for ref. only).
Components are shown for reference only.
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
25.4
1.00
15.24
.600
7.62
.300
3.81
.150
1.80±0.05
.071±.002
SHOULDER
@ PINS 1-2, 4, 6-8
12.4
.49
1°MAX
(ALL PINS)
SIDE VIEW
MTG PLANE
1.52±0.05
.060±.002
(PINS 5 & 9)
C
L
6
4
2
1
BOTTOM VIEW
7
8
9
5
C
L
3.81
.150
1.02±0.05
.040±.002
(PINS 1-2, 4, 6-8)
50.80
2.000
END
VIEW
PIN SHOULDERS
(MTG PLANE)
4.8
.19
REF
MATERIAL:
FINISH: (ALL PINS)
.040 PINS: COPPER ALLOY
.060 PINS: COPPER ALLOY
GOLD (5u"MIN) OVER NICKEL (50u" MIN)
1. ALTERNATE PIN LENGTHS AVAILABLE
(CONTACT MURATA-PS FOR INFORMATION)
2. COMPONENTS SHOWN FOR REF ONLY
3. DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES [mm]
4. PIN LOCATION DIMENSIONS APPLY AT
CIRCUIT BOARD LEVEL
TOP VIEW
22.9
.90
2.30
58.4
50.80
2.000
15.24
.600
M3X0.5 X .10 MAX
PENETRATION (X2)
END
VIEW
0.25
.010 MIN CLEARANCE
4.8
.19
(NOTE 1)
BETWEEN MTG PLANE AND
COMPONENTS ON CONVERTER
INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Pin Function
1+ Vin
2 Remote On/Off *
3 Baseplate Gnd (when applicable)
4 – Vin
5 – Vout
6 – Sense
7 Trim
8 + Sense
9 + Vout
*The Remote On/Off can be provided
with either positive (P suffi x) or negative
(N suffi x) logic.
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS: RECOMMENDED FOOTPRINT (VIEW THROUGH CONVERTER)
2.000
50.80
1.00
25.4
FOR PIN
@ ALL PINS
.92
.100 MIN
SHOULDERS
2.32
58.9
7.62
.300
3.81
.150
23.4
3.81
.150
.300
7.62
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT NO PARTS
(HATCHED AREA)
BE PLACED BENEATH CONVERTER
6
2
3
TOP VIEW
4
C
L
5
1
7
(PRI)
8
C
L
(SEC)
C
L
9
FINISHED HOLE SIZES
PINS 1-4, 6-8
(PER IPC-D-275, LEVEL C)
.048-.062
FINISHED HOLE SIZES
@ PINS 5 & 9
(PER IPC-D-275, LEVEL C)
.070-.084
Third Angle Projection
Dimensions are in inches (mm shown for ref. only).
Components are shown for reference only.
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
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STANDARD PACKAGING: OPEN FRAME AND BASEPLATE WITHOUT FLANGE
Third Angle Projection
Dimensions are in inches (mm shown for ref. only).
Components are shown for reference only.
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
MPQ=42
SMALL CARTON ACCOMMODATES
TWO (2) TRAYS YIELDING
42 CONVERTERS PER CARTON
10.50±.25
11.00±.25
2.75±.25
CLOSED HEIGHT
EACH STATIC DISSIPATIVE
POLYETHYLENE FOAM TRAY
ACCOMMODATES 21 CONVERTERS
IN A 3 X 7 ARRAY
REF
9.92 REF
9.92
.88
REF
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Third Angle Projection
Dimensions are in inches (mm shown for ref. only).
Components are shown for reference only.
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
EACH STATIC DISSIPATIVE
POLYETHYLENE FOAM TRAY
ACCOMMODATES 15 CONVERTERS
IN A 3 X 5 ARRAY
REF
9.92
REF
9.92
.88
REF
30 CONVERTERS PER CARTON
CARTON ACCOMMODATES
TWO (2) TRAYS YIELDING
MPQ=30
10.50±.2511.00±.25
2.75±.25
CLOSED HEIGHT
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Input Fusing
Certain applications and/or safety agencies may require fuses at the inputs of
power conversion components. Fuses should also be used when there is the
possibility of sustained input voltage reversal which is not current-limited. For
greatest safety, we recommend a fast blow fuse installed in the +Vin input
supply line.
The installer must observe all relevant safety standards and regulations. For
safety agency approvals, install the converter in compliance with the end-user
safety standard.
Input Under-Voltage Shutdown and Start-Up Threshold
Under normal start-up conditions, converters will not begin to regulate properly
until the rising input voltage exceeds and remains at the Start-Up Threshold
Voltage (see Specifi cations). Once operating, converters will not turn off until
the input voltage drops below the Under-Voltage Shutdown Limit. Subsequent
restart will not occur until the input voltage rises again above the Start-Up
Threshold. This built-in hysteresis prevents any unstable on/off operation at a
single input voltage.
Users should be aware however of input sources near the Under-Voltage
Shutdown whose voltage decays as input current is consumed (such as capaci-
tor inputs), the converter shuts off and then restarts as the external capacitor
recharges. Such situations could oscillate. To prevent this, make sure the operat-
ing input voltage is well above the UV Shutdown voltage AT ALL TIMES.
Start-Up Delay
Assuming that the output current is set at the rated maximum, the Vin to Vout Start-
Up Delay (see Specifi
cations) is the time interval between the point when the rising
input voltage crosses the Start-Up Threshold and the fully loaded regulated output
voltage enters and remains within its specifi ed regulation band. Actual measured
times will vary with input source impedance, external input capacitance, input volt-
age slew rate and fi nal value of the input voltage as it appears at the converter.
These converters include a soft start circuit to moderate the duty cycle of the
PWM controller at power up, thereby limiting the input inrush current.
The On/Off Remote Control interval from inception to VOUT regulated assumes
that the converter already has its input voltage stabilized above the Start-Up
Threshold before the On command. The interval is measured from the On com-
mand until the output enters and remains within its specifi ed regulation band.
The specifi cation assumes that the output is fully loaded at maximum rated
current.
Input Source Impedance
These converters will operate to specifi cations without external components,
assuming that the source voltage has very low impedance. Since real-world
voltage sources have fi nite impedance, performance is improved by adding
external fi lter components. Sometimes only a small ceramic capacitor is suffi -
cient. Since it is diffi cult to totally characterize all applications, some experi-
mentation may be needed. Note that external input capacitors must accept
high speed switching currents.
Because of the switching nature of DC/DC converters, the input of these
converters must be driven from a source with both low AC impedance and
adequate DC input regulation. Performance will degrade with increasing input
TECHNICAL NOTES inductance. Excessive input inductance may inhibit operation. The DC input
regulation specifi es that the input voltage, once operating, must never degrade
below the Shut-Down Threshold under all load conditions. Be sure to use
adequate trace sizes and mount components close to the converter.
I/O Filtering, Input Ripple Current and Output Noise
All models in this converter series are tested and specifi ed for input refl ected
ripple current and output noise using designated external input/output compo-
nents, circuits and layout as shown in the fi gures below. External input capaci-
tors (CIN in the fi gure) serve primarily as energy storage elements, minimizing
line voltage variations caused by transient IR drops in the input conductors.
Users should select input capacitors for bulk capacitance (at appropriate fre-
quencies), low ESR and high RMS ripple current ratings. In the fi gure below, the
CBUS and LBUS components simulate a typical DC voltage bus. Specifi c system
confi gurations may require additional considerations. Please note that the val-
ues of CIN, LBUS and CBUS may vary according to the specifi c converter model.
In critical applications, output ripple and noise (also referred to as periodic and
random deviations or PARD) may be reduced by adding fi lter elements such
as multiple external capacitors. Be sure to calculate component temperature
rise from refl ected AC current dissipated inside capacitor ESR. In fi gure 3, the
two copper strips simulate real-world printed circuit impedances between the
power supply and its load. In order to minimize circuit errors and standardize
tests between units, scope measurements should be made using BNC connec-
tors or the probe ground should not exceed one half inch and soldered directly
to the fi xture.
C
IN
V
IN
C
BUS
L
BUS
C
IN
= 33µF, ESR < 200mΩ @ 100kHz
C
BUS
= 220µF, 100V
L
BUS
= 12µH
+Vin
−Vin
CURRENT
PROBE
TO
OSCILLOSCOPE
+
+
Figure 2. Measuring Input Ripple Current
Figure 3. Measuring Output Ripple and Noise (PARD)
C1
C1 = 1µF
C2 = 10µF
LOAD 2-3 INCHES (51-76mm) FROM MODULE
C2 R
LOAD
SCOPE
+Vout
−Vout
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Floating Outputs
Since these are isolated DC/DC converters, their outputs are “fl oating” with
respect to their input. The essential feature of such isolation is ideal ZERO
CURRENT FLOW between input and output. Real-world converters however do
exhibit tiny leakage currents between input and output (see Specifi cations).
These leakages consist of both an AC stray capacitance coupling component
and a DC leakage resistance. When using the isolation feature, do not allow
the isolation voltage to exceed specifi cations. Otherwise the converter may
be damaged. Designers will normally use the negative output (-Output) as
the ground return of the load circuit. You can however use the positive output
(+Output) as the ground return to effectively reverse the output polarity.
Minimum Output Loading Requirements
These converters employ a fl yback design topology. All models regulate within
specifi
cation and are stable under no load to full load conditions. Operation under
no load might however slightly increase output ripple and noise.
Thermal Shutdown
To protect against thermal over-stress, these converters include thermal shut-
down circuitry. If environmental conditions cause the temperature of the DC/
DC’s to rise above the Operating Temperature Range up to the shutdown tem-
perature, an on-board electronic temperature sensor will power down the unit.
When the temperature decreases below the turn-on threshold, the converter
will automatically restart. There is a small amount of hysteresis to prevent
rapid on/off cycling. CAUTION: If you operate too close to the thermal limits, the
converter may shut down suddenly without warning. Be sure to thoroughly test
your application to avoid unplanned thermal shutdown.
Temperature Derating Curves
The graphs in this data sheet illustrate typical operation under a variety of condi-
tions. The Derating curves show the maximum continuous ambient air temperature
and decreasing maximum output current which is acceptable under increasing
forced airfl ow measured in Linear Feet per Minute (“LFM”). Note that these are
AVERAGE measurements. The converter will accept brief increases in temperature
and/or current or reduced airfl ow as long as the average is not exceeded.
Note that the temperatures are of the ambient airfl ow, not the converter itself
which is obviously running at higher temperature than the outside air. Also note
that “natural convection” is defi ned as very low fl ow rates which are not using
fan-forced airfl ow. Depending on the application, “natural convection” is usu-
ally about 30-65 LFM but is not equal to still air (0 LFM).
Murata Power Solutions makes Characterization measurements in a closed
cycle wind tunnel with calibrated airfl ow. Both thermocouples and an infrared
camera system are used to observe thermal performance. Sometimes it is
possible to estimate the effective airfl ow if you thoroughly understand the
enclosure geometry, entry/exit orifi ce areas and the fan fl owrate specifi cations.
CAUTION: If these Derating guidelines are exceeded, the converter may have
an unplanned Over Temperature shut down. Also, these graphs are all collected
near Sea Level altitude. Be sure to reduce the derating for higher altitude.
Output Overvoltage Protection (OVP)
This converter monitors its output voltage for an over-voltage condition using
an on-board electronic comparator. If the output exceeds OVP limits, the sens-
ing circuit will power down the unit, and the output voltage will decrease. After
a time-out period, the PWM will automatically attempt to restart, causing the
output voltage to ramp up to its rated value. It is not necessary to power down
and reset the converter for this automatic OVP-recovery restart.
If the fault condition persists and the output voltage climbs to excessive levels,
the OVP circuitry will initiate another shutdown cycle. This on/off cycling is
referred to as “hiccup” mode.
Current Limiting (Power limit with current mode control)
As power demand increases on the output and enters the specifi ed “limit
inception range” limiting circuitry activates in the DC-DC converter to limit/
restrict the maximum current or total power available. Once the current
reaches a certain range the output voltage will start to decrease while the
output current continues to increase, thereby maintaining constant power, until
a minimum voltage set is reached and the converter enters a “hiccup” (on off
cycling) mode of operation until the load is reduced below the threshold level,
whereupon it will return to a normal mode of operation. Current limit inception
is defi ned as the point where the output voltage has decreased by a pre-speci-
ed percentage (usually a 2% decrease from nominal).
Short Circuit Condition (Current mode control)
The short circuit condition is an extension of the “Current Limiting” condition.
When the monitored peak current signal reaches a certain range, the PWM
controller’s outputs are shut off thereby turning the converter “off.” This is
followed by an extended time out period. This period can vary depending on
other conditions such as the input voltage level. Following this time out period,
the PWM controller will attempt to re-start the converter by initiating a “normal
start cycle” which includes softstart. If the “fault condition” persists, another
“hiccup” cycle is initiated. This “cycle” can and will continue indefi nitely until
such time as the “fault condition” is removed, at which time the converter will
resume “normal operation.” Operating in the “hiccup” mode during a fault
condition is advantageous in that average input and output power levels are
held low preventing excessive internal increases in temperature.
Trimming Output Voltage
PAE converters have a trim capability that enables users to adjust the output
voltage from +10% to –20% (refer to the trim equations). Adjustments to the
output voltage can be accomplished with a single fi xed resistor as shown in
Figures 4 and 5. A single fi xed resistor can increase or decrease the output
voltage depending on its connection. Resistors should be located close to
the converter and have TCR’s less than 100ppm/°C to minimize sensitivity
to changes in temperature. If the trim function is not used, leave the trim pin
open.
Standard PAE’s have a “positive trim” where a single resistor connected from
the Trim pin to the +Sense will increase the output voltage. A resistor con-
nected from the Trim Pin to the –Sense will decrease the output voltage.
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Trim adjustments greater than the specifi ed +10%/–20% can have an adverse
affect on the converter’s performance and are not recommended. Excessive
voltage differences between VOUT and Sense, in conjunction with trim adjust-
ment of the output voltage, can cause the overvoltage protection circuitry to
activate (see Performance Specifi cations for overvoltage limits).
Temperature/power derating is based on maximum output current and voltage
at the converter’s output pins. Use of the trim and sense functions can cause
output voltages to increase, thereby increasing output power beyond the PAE’s
specifi ed rating, or cause output voltages to climb into the output overvoltage
region. Therefore:
(VOUT at pins) x (IOUT) rated output power
The Trim pin (pin 6) is a relatively high impedance node that can be susceptible
to noise pickup when connected to long conductors in noisy environments. Remote Sense Input
Use the Sense inputs with caution. Sense is normally connected at the load.
Sense inputs compensate for output voltage inaccuracy delivered at the load.
This is done by correcting IR voltage drops along the output wiring and the
current carrying capacity of PC board etch. This output drop (the difference
between Sense and Vout when measured at the converter) should not exceed
0.5V. Consider using heavier wire if this drop is excessive. Sense inputs also
improve the stability of the converter and load system by optimizing the control
loop phase margin.
Note: The Sense input and power Vout lines are internally connected through
low value resistors to their respective polarities so that the converter can
operate without external connection to the Sense. Nevertheless, if the Sense
function is not used for remote regulation, the user should connect +Sense to
+Vout and –Sense to –Vout at the converter pins.
The remote Sense lines carry very little current. They are also capacitively
coupled to the output lines and therefore are in the feedback control loop to
regulate and stabilize the output. As such, they are not low impedance inputs
and must be treated with care in PC board layouts. Sense lines on the PCB
should run adjacent to DC signals, preferably Ground. In cables and discrete
wiring, use twisted pair, shielded tubing or similar techniques.
Any long, distributed wiring and/or signifi cant inductance introduced into the
Sense control loop can adversely affect overall system stability. If in doubt, test
Figure 6. Remote Sense Circuit Confi guration
LOAD
Contact and PCB resistance
losses due to IR drops
Contact and PCB resistance
losses due to IR drops
+Vout
+SENSE
TRIM
SENSE
-Vout
+
Vin
ON/OFF
CONTROL
Vin
Sense Current
IOUT
Sense Return
IOUT Return
LOAD
RTRIM UP
+Vout
+Vin
–Vin
ON/OFF
CONTROL TRIM
+SENSE
–Vout
–SENSE
Figure 4. Trim Connections To Increase Output Voltages Using Fixed Resistors
LOAD
RTRIM DOWN
+Vout
+Vin
–Vin
ON/OFF
CONTROL TRIM
+SENSE
–Vout
–SENSE
Figure 5. Trim Connections To Decrease Output Voltages Using Fixed Resistors
Trim Equations
Where,
' _VNOM − VOUT) / VNOM _
VNOM is the nominal, untrimmed output voltage.
VOUT is the desired new output voltage.
Do not exceed the specified trim range or maximum power ratings when
adjusting trim. Use 1% precision resistors mounted close to the converter
on short leads.
Trim Down
Connect trim resistor between
trim pin and −Sense
'
5.11
RTrimDn (k Ω) = − 10.22
Trim Up
Connect trim resistor between
trim pin and +Sense
1.225 × '
5.11 × VNOM × (1+'
RTrimUp (k Ω) = − 10.22
'
5.11
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Figure 7. Driving the On/Off Control Pin (suggested circuit)
ON/OFF
CONTROL
-Vin
+VCC
Figure 8. Cold Wall Test Fixture Equipment
your applications by observing the converter’s output transient response during
step loads. There should not be any appreciable ringing or oscillation. You
may also adjust the output trim slightly to compensate for voltage loss in any
external fi lter elements. Do not exceed maximum power ratings.
Please observe Sense inputs tolerance to avoid improper operation:
[Vout(+) −Vout(-)] − [Sense(+) −Sense(-)] 10% of Vout
Output overvoltage protection is monitored at the output voltage pin, not the
Sense pin. Therefore excessive voltage differences between Vout and Sense
together with trim adjustment of the output can cause the overvoltage protec-
tion circuit to activate and shut down the output.
Power derating of the converter is based on the combination of maximum
output current and the highest output voltage. Therefore the designer must
ensure:
(Vout at pins) x (Iout) (Max. rated output power)
Remote On/Off Control
On the input side, a remote On/Off Control can be specifi ed with either positive
or negative logic as follows:
Models are on (enabled) when the On/Off is grounded or brought to within
a low voltage (see Specifi cations) with respect to –VIN. The device is off
(disabled) when the On/Off is left open or is pulled high to +13.5VDC Max. with
respect to –VIN.
Dynamic control of the On/Off function should be able to sink the specifi ed
signal current when brought low and withstand specifi ed voltage when brought
high. Be aware too that there is a fi nite time in milliseconds (see Specifi cations)
between the time of On/Off Control activation and stable, regulated output. This
time will vary slightly with output load type and current and input conditions.
There are two CAUTIONs for the On/Off Control:
CAUTION: While it is possible to control the On/Off with external logic if you
carefully observe the voltage levels, the preferred circuit is either an open
drain/open collector transistor or a relay (which can thereupon be controlled
by logic). The On/Off prefers to be set at approx. +13.5V (open pin) for the ON
state, assuming positive logic.
CAUTION: Do not apply voltages to the On/Off pin when there is no input power
voltage. Otherwise the converter may be permanently damaged.
Cold Wall Cooling Test Method (cold baseplate applications)
Murata Power Solutions’ cold wall cooling test is implemented with the
baseplate of the UUT (unit under test) mounted to the large aluminum block
(see fi gure 8). Thermocouples are attached to the known hot spots on the UUT
as well as the aluminum block and still air space. The environment chamber
regulates the aluminum block and baseplate temperature at a fi xed value up
to 100°C. The still air chamber is manually regulated to 85°C by the attached
heaters. Output load is applied to the UUT and it is monitored to ensure safe
operating limits at all input voltages.
Still air chamber
thermocouple
Still air chamber
heater
Still air chamber
heater
Environment
chamber
Thermocouple
Aluminum block
Thermal insulation
Unit under test
Still air chamber
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Figure 9. Vertical Wind Tunnel
Soldering Guidelines
Murata Power Solutions recommends the specifi cations below when installing these converters. These specifi cations vary depending on the solder type. Exceeding these specifi ca-
tions may cause damage to the product. Your production environment may differ; therefore please thoroughly review these guidelines with your process engineers.
Wave Solder Operations for through-hole mounted products (THMT)
For Sn/Ag/Cu based solders: For Sn/Pb based solders:
Maximum Preheat Temperature 115° C. Maximum Preheat Temperature 105° C.
Maximum Pot Temperature 270° C. Maximum Pot Temperature 250° C.
Maximum Solder Dwell Time 7 seconds Maximum Solder Dwell Time 6 seconds
IR Video
Camera
IR Transparent
optical window Variable
speed fan
Heating
element
Ambient
temperature
sensor
Airflow
collimator
Precision
low-rate
anemometer
3” below UUT
Unit under
test (UUT)
Vertical Wind Tunnel
Murata Power Solutions employs a computer controlled
custom-designed closed loop vertical wind tunnel, infrared
video camera system, and test instrumentation for accurate
airfl ow and heat dissipation analysis of power products.
The system includes a precision low fl ow-rate anemometer,
variable speed fan, power supply input and load controls,
temperature gauges, and adjustable heating element.
The IR camera monitors the thermal performance of the
Unit Under Test (UUT) under static steady-state conditions. A
special optical port is used which is transparent to infrared
wavelengths.
Both through-hole and surface mount converters are sol-
dered down to a 10" by 10" host carrier board for realistic
heat absorption and spreading. Both longitudinal and trans-
verse airfl ow studies are possible by rotation of this carrier
board since there are often signifi cant differences in the heat
dissipation in the two airfl ow directions. The combination of
adjustable airfl ow, adjustable ambient heat, and adjustable
Input/Output currents and voltages mean that a very wide
range of measurement conditions can be studied.
The collimator reduces the amount of turbulence adjacent to
the UUT by minimizing airfl ow turbulence. Such turbulence
infl uences the effective heat transfer characteristics and
gives false readings. Excess turbulence removes more heat
from some surfaces and less heat from others, possibly
causing uneven overheating.
Both sides of the UUT are studied since there are different ther-
mal gradients on each side. The adjustable heating element and
fan, built-in temperature gauges, and no-contact IR camera mean
that power supplies are tested in real-world conditions.
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