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DAP018D
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Part Number DAP018D
Description PWM Current-Mode Controller
Page 28 Pages


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Customer Specific Device from ON Semiconductor
DAP018A/B/C/D/F
PWM Current-Mode
Controller for High-Power
Universal Off-Line Supplies
Housed in a SO14 package, the DAP018X represents an
enhanced version of the currently available Speedking
controller, the DAP011.
With an internal structure operating at a fixed 65 kHz or
100 kHz frequency, the controller directly connects to the
highvoltage rail for a lossless and clean startup sequence.
Currentmode control also provides an excellent input
audiosusceptibility and inherent pulsebypulse control.
Internal ramp compensation easily prevents subharmonic
oscillations from taking place in continuous conduction
mode designs. On top of these features, the device takes
advantage of the auxiliary winding negative swing to let the
user adjust the maximum power the converter can deliver in
high line conditions (OPP).
When the current setpoint falls below a given value, e.g.
the output power demand diminishes, the IC automatically
freezes the peak current and reduces its switching frequency
down to 25 kHz. At this point, if further output power
reduction occurs, the controller enters skipcycle.
The DAP018X features an efficient protective circuitry
which, in presence of an overcurrent condition, disables the
output pulses while the device enters a safe burst mode,
trying to restart. Once the fault has gone, the device
autorecovers. By implementing a timer to acknowledge a
fault condition, independently from the auxiliary supply, the
designer’s task is eased when stringent fault mode
conditions need to be met.
A dedicated input helps triggering a latchoff circuitry
which permanently disables output pulses, for instance to
implement an over voltage protection (OVP). A separate
input accepts a direct NTC connection to ground for a simple
and efficient over temperature protection (OTP).
Features
Fixedfrequency 65 kHz (A and B versions) or 100 kHz
(C and D versions) Currentmode Control Operation
Internal and Adjustable Over Power Protection (OPP)
Circuit
Frequency Foldback down to 25 kHz and Skipcycle in
Light Load Conditions
Reduced Internal Bias Currents for Improved Standby
Performance
Adjustable Brownout Protection (B and D versions)
Internal Ramp Compensation
Internal Fixed 5 ms SoftStart
Adjustable Frequency Jittering for Better EMI Signature
Autorecovery internal output shortcircuit protection
for A, B, C and D versions. F is latched
Adjustable Timer for Improved Shortcircuit Protection
OTP and OVP Inputs for Improved Robustness
+500 mA / 800 mA Peak Current Capability
Up to 28 V VCC Operation
Improved Creepage Distance between Highvoltage
and Adjacent Pin
Extremely Low Noload Standby Power
This is a PbFree Device
This Device uses HalogenFree Molding Compound
Typical Applications
High Power acdc Converters for TVs, Settop Boxes etc.
Offline Adapters for Notebooks
14
1
SOIC14
D SUFFIX
CASE 751A
x = Device Version
A = Assembly Location
WL = Wafer Lot
Y = Year
WW = Work Week
G = PbFree Package
MARKING
DIAGRAM
14
DAP018x
AWLYWWG
1
PIN CONNECTIONS
OPP
OVP
CTimer
Jittering
Fold
FB
CS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
14 HV
13 NC
12 OTP
11 BO(B&D)
10
9
VCC
DRV
8 GND
(Top View)
ORDERING INFORMATION
See detailed ordering and shipping information in the package
dimensions section on page 3 of this data sheet.
†For information on tape and reel specifications, including part
orientation and tape sizes, please refer to our Tape and Reel
Packaging Specifications Brochure, BRD8011/D.
*For additional information on our PbFree strategy and soldering
details, please download the ON Semiconductor Soldering and
Mounting Techniques Reference Manual, SOLDERRM/D.
© Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC, 2009
July, 2009 Rev. 0
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Vbulk
OVP
ROPPL
+
DAP018A/B/C/D/F
ROPPU
*See
1 14 Note
2 13
3 12
4 11 NC /
5 10 A&C
69
78
Ramp
+
OTP
+ Vout
Gnd
*This resistor
prevents from
negatively biasing
the HV pin (14) at
poweroff. Typical
value is 4.7 kW.
Foldback Timer Freq.
Adj. Delay Jitter
Figure 1. Typical Application Example
Gnd
Pin No.
1
Pin Name
OPP
Function
Adjust the Over Power Protection
2
OVP
Input voltage to latch comparator
3
CTimer
Timer
4
Jitter
Frequency jittering speed
5 Foldback / skip Frequency foldback /
skip cycle adjustment
6 FB Feedback pin
7 CS Current sense +
ramp compensation
8 GND
9
DRV
Driver output
10 VCC Supplies the controller
11 BO Brownout, B and D versions
12
OTP
NTC connection
13 NC
14 HV Highvoltage input
Pin Description
A resistive divider from the auxiliary winding to this pin sets the
OPP compensation level.
This pin offers an overvoltage protection input.
Wiring a capacitor to ground helps selecting the timer duration.
This pin offers a way to adjust the frequency modulation pace.
By connecting a resistor to ground, it becomes possible to re-
duce the level at which frequency foldback occurs.
Hooking an optocoupler collector to this pin will allow regulation.
This pin monitors the primary peak current but also offers a
means to introduce ramp compensation.
The controller ground.
The driver’s output to an external MOSFET gate.
This pin is connected to an external auxiliary voltage.
For B and D versions, this pin offers a brownout input.
This pin connects to a pulldown NTC resistor for over temperat-
ure protection (OTP).
Nonconnected for improved creepage.
Connected to the bulk capacitor, this pin powers the internal
current source to deliver a startup current.
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DAP018A/B/C/D/F
ORDERING INFORMATION
Delta Device
ON Semiconductor Device Frequency
Brown
Out
Short
Circuit
Package
Shipping
DAP018ADR2G
SCY99079ADR2G
65 kHz
No
Auto
SOIC14
2500 / Tape & Reel
Recovery
(PbFree)
DAP018BDR2G
SCY99079BDR2G
65 kHz
Yes
Auto
SOIC14
2500 / Tape & Reel
Recovery
(PbFree)
DAP018CDR2G
SCY99079CDR2G
100 kHz
No
Auto
SOIC14
2500 / Tape & Reel
Recovery
(PbFree)
DAP018DDR2G
SCY99079DDR2G
100 kHz
Yes
Auto
SOIC14
2500 / Tape & Reel
Recovery
(PbFree)
DAP018FDR2G
SCY99079FDR2G
65 kHz
Yes
Latched
SOIC14
2500 / Tape & Reel
(PbFree)
†For information on tape and reel specifications, including part orientation and tape sizes, please refer to our Tape and Reel Packaging
Specifications Brochure, BRD8011/D.
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DAP018A/B/C/D/F
OPP 1
Latch 2
Softstart ended?
Yes = 1, No = 0
+
-
+
Vlatch
Timer 3
from fault
in OCP
latched versions
20 ms time
constant
S
Q
Q
R
Jitter 4
5 V reset
Vtimfa+ult
VDD
-
+
Itim
BO release
(B & D)
fault
IpFlag
VDD
iCjit
Power On
Reset
Frequency
Modulation
2.iCjit
VDD
+
Ifold
Fold 5
+
Vskip
+
-
VDD
RFB
FB 6
/4.2
+
-
Frequency
Foldback
Vfold
Skip
Rramp
+
- Standby?
bias
reduction
VOTP
++
-
5 V on
VCC Reset
IpFlag
Fault
VCC and Logic
Management
Power
on reset
VCCON
VCC(min)
VCClatch
BO (dble
hiccup reset)
+
BO ok
20 ms time
constant
VDD 65/100 kHz
Clock
S
Q
Q
R
VDD
IOTP
14 HV
13 NC
+
-
+
-
12 OTP
IC1
B and D versions
turned
off when
BO ok
11 BO
+
VBO
IBO
Clamp
10 VCC
9 Drv
+
-
5 ms
SS
The softstart is activated during:
the startup sequence
the autorecovery burst mode
a brownout release (B & D)
IpFlag
VFB/4.2 > Vset > Vfold/4.2
Vfold
CS 7
/4.2
VOPP
Vlimit + VOPP
+
LEB
Figure 2. Internal Circuit Architecture
+ Vlimit
8 GND
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