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LTC3425 Datasheet(Fiches technique) 16 Page - Linear Technology

Numéro de pièce LTC3425
Description  5A, 8MHz, 4-Phase Synchronous Step-Up DC/DC Converter
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a heavy load is suddenly applied to the converter after
being in Burst Mode operation for an extended period of
For automatic operation, an RC network should be con-
nected from BURST to ground. The value of the resistor
will control the average load current (IBURST) at which
Burst Mode operation will be entered and exited (there is
hysteresis to prevent oscillation between modes). The
equation given for the capacitor on BURST is for the
minimum value, to prevent ripple on BURST from causing
the part to oscillate in and out of Burst Mode operation at
the current where the mode transition occurs.
to leave Burst Mode operation
to enter Burst Mode operation
where RBURST is in kΩ and IBURST is in Amps. For load
currents under 20mA, refer to the curve Automatic Burst
Mode Thresholds vs RBURST.
10 000
where CBURST(MIN) and COUT are in µF.
When the voltage on BURST drops below 0.94V, the part
will enter Burst Mode operation. When the BURST pin
voltage is above 1.06V, it will be in fixed frequency mode.
In the event that a sudden load transient causes the
feedback pin to drop by more than 4% from the regulation
value, an internal pull-up is applied to BURST, forcing the
part quickly out of Burst Mode operation. For optimum
transient response when going between Burst Mode
operation and PWM mode, the mode should be controlled
manually by the host. This way PWM mode can be
commanded before the load step occurs, minimizing
output voltage droop. For manual control of Burst Mode
operation, the RC network can be eliminated. To force
fixed frequency PWM mode, BURST should be connected
to VOUT. To force Burst Mode operation, BURST should be
grounded. The circuit connected to BURST should be able
to sink up to 2mA. Note that Burst Mode operation is
inhibited during start-up and soft-start.
Note that if VIN is raised to within 200mV or less below
VOUT, the part will exit Burst Mode operation and the
synchronous rectifier will be disabled. It will remain in
fixed frequency mode until VIN is at least 300mV below
If the load applied during forced Burst Mode operation
(BURST = GND) exceeds the current that can be supplied,
the output voltage will start to droop and the part will
automatically come out of Burst Mode operation and enter
fixed frequency mode, raising VOUT. The part will then
enter Burst Mode operation once again, the cycle will
repeat, resulting in about 4% output ripple. The maximum
current that can be supplied in Burst Mode operation is
given by:
in Amps
Output Disconnect and Inrush Limiting
The LTC3425 is designed to allow true output disconnect
by eliminating body diode conduction of the internal
PMOS rectifiers. This allows VOUT to go to zero volts
during shutdown, drawing no current from the input
source. It also allows for inrush current limiting at turn-on,
minimizing surge currents seen by the input supply. Note
that to obtain the advantages of output disconnect, there
cannot be any external Schottky diodes connected be-
tween the switch pins and VOUT.
Note: Board layout is extremely critical to minimize
voltage overshoot on the switch pins due to stray induc-
tance. Keep the output filter capacitors as close as
possible to the VOUT pins, and use very low ESR/ESL
ceramic capacitors tied to a good ground plane.
For applications with VOUT over 4.3V, Schottky diodes are
required to limit the peak switch voltage to less than 6V.
These must also be very close to minimize stray induc-
tance. See the section Applications Where VOUT > 4.3V.

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