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Table of Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................... 1
Introduction............................................................................................................ 1
Document Layout .................................................................................................. 1
Conventions Used in this Guide ............................................................................ 2
Recommended Reading........................................................................................ 2
The Microchip Web Site ........................................................................................ 3
Customer Support ................................................................................................. 3
Document Revision History ................................................................................... 3
Chapter 1. Product Overview ....................................................................................... 5
1.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................... 5
1.2 What is the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board? ...... 6
1.3 What The MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board
Kit Includes ..................................................................................................... 6
Chapter 2. Installation and Operation ......................................................................... 7
2.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................... 7
2.2 Features ......................................................................................................... 7
2.3 Getting Started ............................................................................................... 8
Appendix A. Schematic and Layouts ........................................................................ 11
A.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 11
A.2 Board – Schematic ................................................................................... 12
A.3 Board – Top Silk Layer ............................................................................... 13
A.4 Board – Top Metal Layer ............................................................................ 14
A.5 Board – Bottom Metal Layer ..................................................................... 15
Appendix B. Bill Of Materials (BOM) ......................................................................... 17
Appendix C. Demo Board Firmware .......................................................................... 19
C.1 Device Firmware .......................................................................................... 19
Worldwide Sales and Service .................................................................................... 22
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Preface
INTRODUCTION
This chapter contains general information that will be useful to know before using the
MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board. Items discussed in this
chapter include:
Document Layout
Conventions Used in this Guide
Recommended Reading
The Microchip Web Site
Customer Support
Document Revision History
DOCUMENT LAYOUT
This document describes how to use the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter
Demo Board. The manual layout is as follows:
Chapter 1. “Product Overview” – Important information about the MCP1630
Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board.
Chapter 2. “Installation and Operation” – Includes instructions on how to get
started with this user’s guide and a description of the user’s guide.
Appendix A. “Schematic and Layouts” – Shows the schematic and layout
diagrams for the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board.
Appendix B. “Bill Of Materials (BOM)” – Lists the parts used to build the
MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board.
Appendix C. “Demo Board Firmware” – Provides information about the
application firmware and where the source code can be found.
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CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS GUIDE
This manual uses the following documentation conventions:
RECOMMENDED READING
The following Microchip documents are available and recommended as supplemental
reference resources:
MCP1630/MCP1630V Data Sheet, "High-Speed, Microcontroller-Adaptable, Pulse
Width Modulator" (DS21896)
This data sheet provides detailed information regarding the MCP1630/MCP1630V
product family.
PIC12F683 Data Sheet, "8-Pin Flash-Based, 8-Bit CMOS Microcontrollers with
Nano Watt Technology" (DS41211)
This data sheet provides detailed information regarding the PIC12F683 product family.
DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS
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DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Revision A (June 2006)
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Chapter 1. Product Overview
1.1 INTRODUCTION
In certain applications, a higher output voltage is required that needs to be driven from
a lower Input voltage (i.e., 3V). The selection of switching device for these applications
is faced with certain problems which are listed below.
The high voltage MOSFET's generally do not operate with a low 3V gate drive
The larger drain-source capacitance of high-voltage MOSFET's requires energy in
the inductor to slew drain to output voltage, thus resulting in a loss in efficiency
The high voltage MOSFET's with low gate drive voltage are a rare commodity
compared to their lower voltage counterparts. For example, a high voltage
MOSFET of 40V to 60V is generally available with a gate drive voltage of 5-10V,
whereas, it's difficult to locate a high voltage MOSFET of 40V to 60V with a lower
gate drive of 3V. Also, high voltage MOSFET's are large and more expensive than
their low voltage counterparts
The MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board reduces the
drain-to-source voltage on the main boost converter switch. This allows the use of low
gate threshold voltage switches for high voltage output boost applications.
The MCP1630 is a high-speed, microcontroller-adaptable, Pulse Width Modulator
(PWM). A coupled Inductor boost design with an MCP1630 device provides a viable
solution for obtaining high output voltages with low gate drive voltage.
This chapter covers the following topics.
What is the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board?
What the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board Kit includes
FIGURE 1-1: MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board Block
Diagram.
MCP1630 High-Speed,
Microcontroller adaptable,
Pulse width Modulator
Coupled Inductor
Boost Converter
Input Voltage
3.0V - 5.5V
PIC12F683 for Osc Input
and VREF
Push Button
Switch
Temp Sensor
MCP9700
Load
15V - 40V
0 mA - 30 mA
1W max.
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1.2 WHAT IS THE MCP1630 COUPLED INDUCTOR BOOST CONVERTER DEMO
BOARD?
The MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board demonstrates the use
of a conventional boost topology with a coupled inductor. The center of the coupled
inductor tap is connected to the Boost switch. The voltage stress on the MOSFET is
reduced because the coupled inductor acts as a step-down auto transformer that
reduces the reflection of output voltage which the MOSFET encounters. The voltage
on the switching node is equal to the output voltage divided by the turn's ratio. The
coupled inductor with a turn's ratio 1:1 will reduce the stress on the Boost switch to
one-half. The demo board also serves as a platform to evaluate the MCP1630 device.
The inputs of the MCP1630 device are easily attached to the I/O pins of an MCU. The
MCU supplies the oscillator pulses and reference voltage to the MCP1630 device to
provide the most flexible and adaptable power system. The power system switching
frequency and maximum duty cycle are set using the I/O pins of the MCU. The refer-
ence input can be external, a Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) output or as simple as
an I/O output from the MCU. This enables the power system to adapt to many external
signals and variables in order to optimize performance and facilitate calibration.
The MCP1630 device demonstrates the use of Microchip's high-speed microcontrol-
ler-adaptable PWM integrated with the PIC12F683 (Flash MCU SOIC8) in coupled
inductor applications. Under normal operation, the supply ranges between 3.0V - 5.5V.
The output voltage can be varied from 15V to 40V at 0 mA -30 mA with a maximum
output power of 1W. The output voltage can be adjusted from 15V to 40V in 5V steps
using a push button switch, S1, with 2% regulation. An MCP9700 Linear Active Ther-
mistor™ device is provided on-board, which can be used to monitor the ambient tem-
perature and accordingly regulate the output voltage depending on the thermal
reading.
1.3 WHAT THE MCP1630 COUPLED INDUCTOR BOOST CONVERTER DEMO
BOARD KIT INCLUDES
This MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board Kit includes:
MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board (102-00091)
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Chapter 2. Installation and Operation
2.1 INTRODUCTION
The MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board demonstrates
Microchip's High-Speed Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) used in a coupled inductor
design. When used in conjunction with a microcontroller, the MCP1630 device will
control the power system duty cycle to provide different regulated output voltages using
push button S1. The PIC12F683 microcontroller is used to generate oscillator pulses,
reference voltage and output voltage selection using push button S1. The PIC12F683
can also be programmed to monitor the board ambient temperature using the
MCP9700 Linear Active Thermistor™ device and provide different regulated output
voltages for different thermal readings. The MCP1630 device generates duty cycle
based on various external inputs. External signals include the input oscillator pulses,
reference voltage from PIC12F683 device, and the feedback voltage. The output signal
is a square-wave pulse given to drive the MOSFET.
The PIC12F683 microcontroller is programmable, allowing the user to modify or
develop their own firmware routines to further evaluate the MCP1630 device in this
application.
2.2 FEATURES
The MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board has the following
features.
With reduced stress on the MOSFET switch, provides greater degree of freedom
in selecting the MOSFET
Provides a varied output voltage selection from 15V to 40V in steps of 5V
Push button select option for the required output voltage selection and ON/OFF
control
Tight line and load regulation and high efficiency over entire operating input
voltage range
PIC12F683 microcontroller is used to generate the Oscillator pulse and reference
voltage at required duty cycle
MCP9700 Linear Active Thermistor device for monitoring the temperature and
output voltage control
Proprietary features can be added by modifying the firmware contained in the
PIC12F683 microcontroller
The factory programmed source code is available
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2.3 GETTING STARTED
The MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board is fully assembled and
tested. The board requires the use of an external input voltage source (3.0V to 5.5V)
and external load of Max 1W.
2.3.1 Power Input and Output Connection
2.3.1.1 POWERING THE MCP1630 COUPLED INDUCTOR BOOST
CONVERTER DEMO BOARD
1. Connect the positive side of the input source (+) to TP1. Connect the negative or
return side (-) of input source to TP2. Refer to Figure 2-1. The input voltage
source should be limited from 3.0V to 5.5V range. As the input voltage is applied
and the system powers up, the firmware program of the PIC12F683 device will
initialize and help the converter remain in low-power sleep mode (<0.1 µA) until
the S1 push button is pressed for > 2 seconds by the user. If the S1 push button
is pressed for less than 2 seconds, the converter will not power up.
2. Once the S1 push button is pressed for 2 seconds, the MCP1630 Coupled
Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board is powered on delivering an output
voltage of 40V with a maximum power of 1W. The S1 push button can also be
used to provide a variable output voltage from 40V to 15V in 5V steps. Each
depression of the S1 push button for <2 seconds (short key press) after the
converter is enabled will provide a decrementing output voltage from 40V to 15V
range in reducing 5V steps in cyclic order.
3. At any of the output voltages, if the S1 push button is pressed for more than 2
seconds, the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board goes
into low power sleep mode, turning the converter off.
4. Again, a subsequent depressing of the S1 push button for more than 2 seconds
wakes the converter from sleep mode and the output is powered at 40V.
FIGURE 2-1: Setup Configuration Diagram.
Input -
Output +
Output -
Input +
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A variable resistive load can be used to verify the line and load regulation. The load
resistance is connected between the TP3 and TP4 test points. To measure the output
voltage, connect the common lead of the multi meter to TP4 and the positive terminal
to TP3. By varying the load, the load regulation can be verified by measuring the output
voltage over the entire load range of 0 mA to 30 mA. Similarly, by varying the line
voltage from 3V to 5.5V and checking the output voltage, the line regulation can be
calculated.
Evaluating the Application
The best way to evaluate the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo
Board is to dig into the circuit. Measure voltages and currents with a Digital Volt Meter
(DVM) and probe the board with an oscilloscope.
The voltage on the switching node can be calculated below.
Firmware
The PIC12F683 device comes preprogrammed with firmware to operate the system as
described above. The firmware flow diagram is shown in Appendix C. “Demo Board
Firmware”.
The program is fairly simple and straight forward. There is an initialization routine at the
beginning of the program.
The internal oscillator clock is set to 8 MHz.The TRISIO is configured to set GP2
(Oscillator pulses to the MCP1630) and GP5 (VREF Voltage to MCP1630) as an output
port and GP3 (Push button S1) as Input Port.The OPTION register is configured to
wake-up on Port pin change of GP3.
The TMR0 is initialized with a value which causes TMR0 to overflow after 10 ms The
TMR0 overflow interrupt is also enabled. Initialize registers TEMP and TEMP2 for 2
seconds time measurement.
The PWM duty cycle is specified by writing to the CCPR1L register and to the
CCP1CON <5:4> bits. The CCPR1L contains the eight MSbs and the CCP1CON <5:4>
contains the two LSbs. This 10-bit value is represented by CCPR1L:CCP1CON <5:4>.
The switching frequency is set to 100 kHz.
VSW VIN VOUT
(VDVIN
+)
N2
N1N2
+
--------------------
+=
Where:
VSW = Voltage across switch
VOUT = Output Voltage
VD= Diode Drop
VIN = Input Voltage
N1 & N2= Coupled Inductor Turns Ratio
(N1 and N2 is 1 for a 1:1 ratio coupled inductor)
TMR0 overflow occurs for every 10 ms.
TEMP and TEMP2 counts for 2 seconds (TEMP2 = 10, TEMP = 20)
Hence 10 * 20 * 10 ms = 2 Seconds)
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Upon powering on, the processor enters into SLEEP mode after the ports are initialized
and registers configured. The processor wakes-up from SLEEP mode if the push
button S1 on GP3 is pressed. TEMP and TEMP2 registers check weather the push
button S1 is pressed for more than 2 seconds. If the push button S1 is pressed for less
than 2 seconds, will not allow the TEMP1 register to set, which indicates that the push
button is not pressed for more than 2 seconds and the processor goes back to SLEEP
mode.
Once the processor is on after the push button is pressed for 2 seconds, the output
voltage is set at 40V by generating VREF Voltage. TMR1 is configured for generating
VREF Voltage. The duty cycle and period values are loaded to generate different VREF
Voltages.
Period is fixed for 508 µs ~= 1.94 kHz.
Off Time (Duty cycle) is varied from 308 µs to 508 µs.
Each short depression of push button S1 will load different duty cycles to generate
different VREF voltages which decrements the output voltage from 40V to 15V in
reducing steps of 5V in cyclic order. A key debounce delay of 300 ms is introduced
between each short push button depressions.
At any of the output voltages, if the push button S1 is pressed for more than 2 seconds,
the processor goes into SLEEP mode by clearing the TEMP1 register.
Again, a subsequent depression of push button S1 for more than 2 seconds wakes the
processor form SLEEP mode by setting the TEMP1 register and output is powered at
40V.
The firmware program in the PIC12F683 device can be edited to modify the operation
of the application.
An additional feature can be incorporated in the firmware program where one can vary
the output voltage depending on the board ambient temperature. The MCP9700 Linear
Active Thermistor provided on-board can be directly interfaced to a MCU, and the
firmware suitably modified to achieve the objective.This feature is presently not
implemented in this demo board.
Programming
Header J1 is provided for in-circuit programming. This is an optional feature, since the
MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board comes preprogrammed with
firmware to operate the system. The PIC12F683 device can be reprogrammed with the
Baseline Flash Microcontroller Programmer (BFMP).
Off time @ Duty Cycle = 00 is 00 µs (For 40V Output)
=10 is 64 µs (For 35V Output)
=20 is 128 µs (For 30V Output)
=30 is 192 µs (For 25V Output)
=40 is 256 µs (For 20V Output)
=50 is 320 µs (For 15V Output)
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Appendix A. Schematic and Layouts
A.1 INTRODUCTION
This appendix contains the following schematics and layouts for the MCP1630 Coupled
Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board:
Board – Schematic
Board – Top Silk Layer
Board – Top Metal Layer
Board – Bottom Metal Layer
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Appendix B. Bill Of Materials (BOM)
TABLE B-1: BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)
Qty Reference Description Manufacture Part Number
2 C1, C2 Cap 10uF 6.3V Ceramic X5R 0805 Panasonic® - ECG ECJ-2FB0J106M
5 C3, C4, C5,
C9, C10
Cap 0.1uF 16V Ceramic X7R 0805 Panasonic - ECG ECJ-2VB1C104K
1 C6 Cap 1uF 16V Ceramic 0805 X5R Panasonic - ECG ECJ-2FB1C105K
1 C7 Cap Ceramic1800pF 50V NPO 0805 Panasonic - ECG ECJ-2VC1H182J
1 C8 Cap 1000pF 50V Cerm Chip 0805 Panasonic - ECG ECJ-2VC1H102J
2 C11, C12 Cap 4.7uF 50V Ceramic F 1210 Panasonic - ECG ECJ-4YF1H475Z
1 C13 Cap 9.0pF 50V Cerm Chip 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ECJ-2VC1H090D
1 D1 Diode Schottky 60V 1A SMB International Rectifier 10BQ060PBF
1 J1 Conn Header 5 Pos.100 Vert Tin Molex® Electronics 22-03-2051
1 F1 Polyswitch Resettable Fuses Keystone Electronics MINISMDC110F-2
1 L1 Inductor shield dual 22uH SMD Coiltronics/
Div of Cooper/Bussmann
DRQ74-220-R
1 Q1 MOSFET N-CH 30V 2.2A SSOT3 Fairchild Semiconductor®FDN337N
1 Q2 MOSFET N-CH 60V 280mA SOT-23 Fairchild Semiconductor NDS7002A
1 R1 Res 12.0K Ohm 1/8W 5% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6GEYJ123V
1 R2 Res 562K Ohm 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6ENF5623V
1 R3 Res 15.0K Ohm 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6ENF1502V
1 R4 Res 100K Ohm 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6ENF1003V
1 R5 Res 49.9K Ohm 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6ENF4992V
2 R6,R9 Res 47.5K Ohm 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6ENF4752V
1 R7 Res 634K Ohm 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6ENF6343V
1 R8 Res 36.0K Ohm 1/8W 5% 0805 SMD Panasonic - ECG ERJ-6GEYJ363V
0 R10 Not Used
1 S1 Momentary Tact Switches E-Switch Inc. TL3301NF260QG
5 TP1,TP2,TP3,
TP4,TP5
PC Test point compact SMT Keystone Electronics®5016
1 U1 IC LDO REG 250mA 2.5V SOT-23 Microchip Technology Inc. MCP1700T-2502E/TT
1 U2 IC Sensor Thermal 2.3V SC70-5 Microchip Technology Inc. MCP9700T-E/LT
1 U3 IC MCU Flash 2KX14 8SOIC Microchip Technology Inc. PIC12F683-I/SN
1 U4 IC PWM HS MCU-Adaptable 8MSOP Microchip Technology Inc. MCP1630-E/MS
Note 1: The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The released BOM
used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.
MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board User’s Guide
DS51612A-page 18 © 2006 Microchip Technology Inc.
NOTES:
6‘ MICROCHIP
MCP1630 COUPLED INDUCTOR BOOST
CONVERTER DEMO BOARD USERS GUIDE
© 2006 Microchip Technology Inc. DS51612A-page 19
Appendix C. Demo Board Firmware
C.1 DEVICE FIRMWARE
For the latest version of the MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board
firmware, visit the Microchip web site at www.microchip.com.
Start
Go to SLEEP Mode
Start the VREF Signal
Start the PWM Pulses at
100 kHz Frequency
Check for GPIO<3> Pressed
for > 2 seconds
A
B
No
No
Yes
Yes
Check for Key Press
Wake up from SLEEP
on key press
Initialise Registers
Initialise TMR0 for 10 ms and Enable TMR0 Overflow Interrupts
Configure GPIO<3> as Input and Enable Port change Interrupt for this Pin
Configure GPIO<2,5> as Output Ports
Configure PWM
95%: ii:
MCP1630 Coupled Inductor Boost Converter Demo Board User’s Guide
DS51612A-page 20 © 2006 Microchip Technology Inc.
FIGURE C-1: Firmware Flowchart.
A
B
A
AA
C
CB
A
A
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No No
No No
Yes
No
No
Load Period = 508 µs (1.9 kHz)
Duty Cycle = 0
Initialize Timer 1
Start the VREF Signal Pulses
GPIO<3> Pressed
GPIO<3>
Pressed for
> 2 sec
Key De-bounce Delay 300 ms
Load Period = 508 µs (1.9 kHz)
Duty Cycle = 64 µs
Initialize Timer 1
Start the VREF Signal Pulses
GPIO<3> Pressed
GPIO<3>
Pressed for
> 2 sec
Key De-bounce Delay 300 ms
Load Period = 508 µs (1.9 kHz)
Duty Cycle = 128 µs
Initialize Timer 1
Start the VREF Signal Pulses
GPIO<3> Pressed
GPIO<3>
Pressed for
> 2 sec
Key De-bounce Delay 300 ms
No
No
Duty Cycle = 192 µs
Initialize Timer 1
Start the VREF Signal Pulses
GPIO<3> Pressed
GPIO<3>
Pressed for
> 2 sec
Key De-bounce Delay 300 ms
Load Period = 508 µs (1.9 kHz)
Duty Cycle = 256 µs
Initialize Timer 1
Start the VREF Signal Pulses
GPIO<3> Pressed
GPIO<3>
Pressed for
> 2 sec
Key De-bounce Delay 300 ms
Load Period = 508 µs (1.9 kHz)
Duty Cycle = 320 µs
Initialize Timer 1
Start the VREF Signal Pulses
GPIO<3> Pressed
GPIO<3>
Pressed for
> 2 sec
Key De-bounce Delay 300 ms
Load Period = 508 µs (1.9 kHz)
Demo Board Firmware
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