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ADP5052ACPZ-R7 Datasheet(HTML) 17 Page - Analog Devices

Part No. ADP5052ACPZ-R7
Description  5-Channel Integrated Power Solution with Quad Buck Regulators and 200 mA LDO Regulator
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The ADP5052 is a micropower management unit that combines
four high performance buck regulators with a 200 mA low dropout
(LDO) regulator in a 48-lead LFCSP package to meet demanding
performance and board space requirements. The device enables
direct connection to high input voltages up to 15 V with no pre-
regulators to make applications simpler and more efficient.
PWM Mode
In pulse-width modulation (PWM) mode, the buck regulators
in the ADP5052 operate at a fixed frequency; this frequency is
set by an internal oscillator that is programmed by the RT pin.
At the start of each oscillator cycle, the high-side MOSFET turns
on and sends a positive voltage across the inductor. The inductor
current increases until the current-sense signal exceeds the peak
inductor current threshold that turns off the high-side MOSFET;
this threshold is set by the error amplifier output.
During the high-side MOSFET off time, the inductor current
decreases through the low-side MOSFET until the next oscillator
clock pulse starts a new cycle. The buck regulators in the ADP5052
regulate the output voltage by adjusting the peak inductor current
PSM Mode
To achieve higher efficiency, the buck regulators in the ADP5052
smoothly transition to variable frequency power save mode (PSM)
operation when the output load falls below the PSM current
threshold. When the output voltage falls below regulation, the
buck regulator enters PWM mode for a few oscillator cycles until
the voltage increases to within regulation. During the idle time
between bursts, the MOSFET turns off, and the output capacitor
supplies all the output current.
The PSM comparator monitors the internal compensation node,
which represents the peak inductor current information. The
average PSM current threshold depends on the input voltage
(VIN), the output voltage (VOUT), the inductor, and the output
capacitor. Because the output voltage occasionally falls below
regulation and then recovers, the output voltage ripple in PSM
operation is larger than the ripple in the forced PWM mode of
operation under light load conditions.
Forced PWM and Automatic PWM/PSM Modes
The buck regulators can be configured to always operate in PWM
mode using the SYNC/MODE pin. In forced PWM (FPWM)
mode, the regulator continues to operate at a fixed frequency
even when the output current is below the PWM/PSM threshold.
In PWM mode, efficiency is lower compared to PSM mode under
light load conditions. The low-side MOSFET remains on when
the inductor current falls to less than 0 A, causing the ADP5052
to enter continuous conduction mode (CCM).
The buck regulators can be configured to operate in automatic
PWM/PSM mode using the SYNC/MODE pin. In automatic
PWM/PSM mode, the buck regulators operate in either PWM
mode or PSM mode, depending on the output current. When the
average output current falls below the PWM/PSM threshold,
the buck regulator enters PSM mode operation; in PSM mode,
the regulator operates with a reduced switching frequency to
maintain high efficiency. The low-side MOSFET turns off when
the output current reaches 0 A, causing the regulator to operate
in discontinuous mode (DCM).
When the SYNC/MODE pin is connected to VREG, the part
operates in forced PWM (FPWM) mode. When the SYNC/
MODE pin is connected to ground, the part operates in auto-
matic PWM/PSM mode.
The ADP5052 provides adjustable and fixed output voltage
settings via factory fuse. For the adjustable output settings, use
an external resistor divider to set the desired output voltage via
the feedback reference voltage (0.8 V for Channel 1 to Channel 4,
and 0.5 V for Channel 5).
For the fixed output settings, the feedback resistor divider is
built into the ADP5052, and the feedback pin (FBx) must be tied
directly to the output. Table 7 lists the available fixed output
voltage ranges for each buck regulator channel.
Table 7. Fixed Output Voltage Ranges
Fixed Output Voltage Range
Channel 1
0.85 V to 1.6 V in 25 mV steps
Channel 2
3.3 V to 5.0 V in 300 mV or 200 mV steps
Channel 3
1.2 V to 1.8 V in 100 mV steps
Channel 4
2.5 V to 5.5 V in 100 mV steps
The output range can also be programmed by factory fuse. If
a different output voltage range is required, contact your local
Analog Devices, Inc., sales or distribution representative.
The internal VREG regulator in the ADP5052 provides a stable
5.1 V power supply for the bias voltage of the MOSFET drivers.
The internal VDD regulator in the ADP5052 provides a stable
3.3 V power supply for internal control circuits. Connect a 1.0 µF
ceramic capacitor between VREG and ground; connect another
1.0 µF ceramic capacitor between VDD and ground. The internal
VREG and VDD regulators are active as long as PVIN1 is available.
The internal VREG regulator can provide a total load of 95 mA
including the MOSFET driving current, and it can be used as
an always alive 5.1 V power supply for a small system current
demand. The current-limit circuit is included in the VREG
regulator to protect the circuit when the part is heavily loaded.
The VDD regulator is for internal circuit use and is not recom-
mended for other purposes.

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