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TOP242R

Manufacturer Part Number
TOP242R
Description
TOPSwitch -GX Family Extended Power, Design Flexible, EcoSmart, Integrated Off-line Switcher
Manufacturer
POWERINT [Power Integrations, Inc.]
Datasheet
TOP242-250
TOPSwitch - GX Family
Extended Power, Design Flexible,
EcoSmart ,
Lower System Cost, High Design Flexibility
• Extended power range to 290 W
• Features eliminate or reduce cost of external components
• Fully integrated soft-start for minimum stress/overshoot
• Externally programmable accurate current limit
• Wider duty cycle for more power, smaller input capacitor
• Separate line sense and current limit pins on Y/R/F packages
• Line under-voltage (UV) detection: no turn off glitches
• Line overvoltage (OV) shutdown extends line surge limit
• Line feed forward with maximum duty cycle (DC
• Frequency jittering reduces EMI and EMI filtering costs
• Regulates to zero load without dummy loading
• 132 kHz frequency reduces transformer/power supply size
• Half frequency option in Y/R/F packages for video applications
• Hysteretic thermal shutdown for automatic fault recovery
• Large thermal hysteresis prevents PC board overheating
EcoSmart - Energy Efficient
• Extremely low consumption in remote off mode
• Frequency lowered with load for high standby efficiency
• Allows shutdown/wake-up via LAN/input port
Description
TOPSwitch-GX uses the same proven topology as TOPSwitch,
cost effectively integrating the high voltage power MOSFET,
PWM control, fault protection and other control circuitry onto a
single CMOS chip. Many new functions are integrated to re-
duce system cost and improve design flexibility, performance
and energy efficiency.
Depending on package type, the TOPSwitch-GX family has
either 1 or 3 additional pins over the standard DRAIN, SOURCE
and CONTROL terminals allowing the following functions: line
sensing (OV/UV, line feedforward/DC max reduction), accu-
rate externally set current limit, remote on/off, and synchroni-
zation to an external lower frequency and frequency selection
(132 kHz/66 kHz).
All package types provide the following transparent features:
Soft-start, 132 kHz switching frequency (automatically reduced
at light load), frequency jittering for lower EMI, wider DC
hysteretic thermal shutdown and larger creepage packages. In
addition, all critical parameters (i.e. current limit, frequency,
PWM gain) have tighter temperature and absolute tolerance, to
simplify design and optimize system cost.
reduction rejects line ripple and limits DC
(80 mW @ 110 VAC, 160 mW @ 230 VAC)
Product Highlights
®
Integrated Off-line Switcher
®
MAX
at high line
MAX
MAX
)
,
Figure 1. Typical Flyback Application.
Table 1. Notes: 1. Typical continuous power in a non-ventilated
enclosed adapter measured at 50 °C ambient. 2. Maximum practical
continuous power in an open frame design at 50 °C ambient. See
Key Applications for detailed conditions. 3. See Part Ordering
Information. 4. 230 VAC or 100/115 VAC with doubler.
TOP242 P or G
TOP243 P or G
TOP244 P or G
TOP242 Y or F
TOP243 Y or F
TOP244 Y or F
TOP245 Y or F
TOP246 Y or F
TOP247 Y or F
TOP248 Y or F
TOP249 Y or F
TOP250 Y or F
AC
PRODUCT
IN
TOP242 R
TOP243 R
TOP244 R
TOP245 R
TOP246 R
TOP247 R
TOP248 R
TOP249 R
TOP250 R
TOPSwitch-GX
OUTPUT POWER TABLE
3
Adapter
105 W
120 W
135 W
21 W
10 W
13 W
29 W
20 W
16 W
34 W
30 W
37 W
40 W
40 W
60 W
42 W
85 W
43 W
44 W
45 W
230 VAC
9 W
D
S
CONTROL
1
X
Frame
±
125 W
165 W
205 W
250 W
290 W
L
Open
15 W
22 W
22 W
25 W
45 W
45 W
30 W
50 W
65 W
57 W
85 W
64 W
70 W
75 W
79 W
82 W
15%
F
4
C
2
Adapter
6.5 W
11 W
17 W
15 W
11 W
20 W
20 W
23 W
26 W
26 W
40 W
28 W
55 W
30 W
70 W
31 W
80 W
32 W
90 W
7 W
9 W
85-265 VAC
1
January 2002
PI-2632-060200
Frame
125 W
155 W
180 W
210 W
10 W
14 W
14 W
15 W
23 W
30 W
20 W
28 W
45 W
33 W
60 W
38 W
90 W
43 W
48 W
53 W
55 W
Open
OUT
DC
®
+
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2

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TOP242-250 TOPSwitch - GX Family Extended Power, Design Flexible, ® EcoSmart , Integrated Off-line Switcher Product Highlights Lower System Cost, High Design Flexibility • Extended power range to 290 W • Features eliminate or reduce cost of external components • ...

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TOP242-250 Functional Block Diagram ......................................................................................................................................... 3 Pin Functional Description ........................................................................................................................................ 4 TOPSwitch-GX Family Functional Description ........................................................................................................ 5 CONTROL (C) Pin Operation ................................................................................................................................. 6 Oscillator and Switching Frequency ....................................................................................................................... 6 Pulse Width Modulator and Maximum Duty Cycle ................................................................................................. 7 Light Load ...

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V C CONTROL ( SHUNT REGULATOR/ ERROR AMPLIFIER - + 5 (LIMIT) CURRENT LIMIT SOFT START ADJUST ON/OFF EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT ( LINE-SENSE ( ...

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TOP242-250 Pin Functional Description DRAIN (D) Pin: High voltage power MOSFET drain output. The internal start-up bias current is drawn from this pin through a switched high-voltage current source. Internal current limit sense point for drain current. CONTROL (C) Pin: ...

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TOPSwitch-GX Family Functional Description Like TOPSwitch, TOPSwitch- integrated switched mode power supply chip that converts a current at the control input to a duty cycle at the open drain output of a high voltage power MOSFET. During normal ...

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TOP242-250 CONTROL (C) Pin Operation The CONTROL pin is a low impedance node that is capable of receiving a combined supply and feedback current. During normal operation, a shunt regulator is used to separate the feed- back signal from the ...

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The nominal switching frequency of 132 kHz was chosen to minimize transformer size while keeping the fundamental EMI frequency below 150 kHz. The FREQUENCY pin (available ...

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TOP242-250 CURRENT LIMIT (X) pin ( package) or MULTI- FUNCTION (M) pin ( package) and the rectified DC high voltage bus, the current limit is reduced with increasing line voltage, allowing a true power limiting ...

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DC of 38% at the OV threshold was MAX chosen to ensure that the power capability of the TOPSwitch-GX is not restricted by this feature under normal operation. Remote ...

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TOP242-250 is also used to generate a temperature-compensated current reference which is trimmed to accurately set the switching frequency, MOSFET gate drive current, current limit, and the line OV/UV thresholds. TOPSwitch-GX has improved circuitry to maintain all of the above ...

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Using Feature Pins FREQUENCY (F) Pin Operation The FREQUENCY pin is a digital input pin available in the package only. Shorting the FREQUENCY pin to SOURCE pin selects the nominal switching frequency of 132 kHz (Figure ...

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TOP242-250 Figure Number Three Terminal Operation Under-Voltage Overvoltage Line Feed Forward (DC ) MAX Overload Power Limiting External Current Limit Remote ON/OFF *This table is only a partial list of many MULTI-FUNCTION pin configurations that are possible. Table 3. Typical ...

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X Pin (Enabled) Output MOSFET Switching (Disabled) I (Default) LIMIT Current Limit DC (78.5%) MAX Maximum Duty Cycle V BG Pin Voltage -250 -200 -150 X and L Pins ( Package) and M Pin ( ...

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TOP242-250 CONTROL Pin EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) LINE-SENSE (L) Figure 12a. LINE-SENSE (L), and EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) Pin Input Simplified Schematic. CONTROL Pin MULTI-FUNCTION (M) Figure 12b. MULTI-FUNCTION (M) Pin Input Simplified Schematic 1/ and ...

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Typical Uses of FREQUENCY (F) Pin + DC D Input CONTROL Voltage Figure 13. Full Frequency Operation (132 kHz). Figure 15. Half Frequency Standby Mode (For High Standby Input Voltage C PI-2654-071700 Figure 14. Half Frequency Operation ...

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TOP242-250 Typical Uses of LINE-SENSE (L) and EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) Pins + DC Input Voltage D L CONTROL Figure 16. Three Terminal Operation (LINE-SENSE and EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT Features Disabled. FREQUENCY Pin can be tied ...

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Typical Uses of LINE-SENSE (L) and EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) Pins (cont output or can be replaced by a manual switch Input CONTROL Voltage Figure 22. Active-on (Fail ...

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TOP242-250 Typical Uses of LINE-SENSE (L) and EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) Pins (cont Input CONTROL Voltage Figure 28. Line-Sensing and Externally Set Current Limit. 18 ...

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Typical Uses of MULTI-FUNCTION (M) Pin + DC Input Voltage D M CONTROL S - Figure 30. Three Terminal Operation (MULTI-FUNCTION Features Disabled Input Voltage D M CONTROL C 6 Figure ...

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TOP242-250 Typical Uses of MULTI-FUNCTION (M) Pin (cont output or can be replaced by a manual switch. DC Input Voltage D M CONTROL Q R ON/OFF Figure 36. Active-on (Fail Safe) Remote ON/OFF. ...

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Application Examples A High Efficiency Universal Input Power Supply The circuit shown in Figure 41 takes advantage of several of the TOPSwitch-GX features to reduce system cost and power supply size and to improve efficiency. This design delivers ...

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TOP242-250 A High Efficiency, Enclosed Universal Adapter Supply The circuit shown in figure 42 takes advantage of several of the TOPSwitch-GX features to reduce cost, power supply size and increase efficiency. This design delivers ...

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A High Efficiency, 250 W, 250 – 380 VDC Input Power Supply The circuit shown in figure 43 delivers 250 84% efficiency using a TOP249 from a 250 to 380 VDC input. DC ...

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TOP242-250 Multiple Output 185-265 VAC Input Power Supply Figure 44 shows a multiple output supply typical for high end set-top boxes or cable decoders containing high capacity hard disks for recording. The supply delivers an output power of ...

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Processor Controlled Supply Turn On/Off A low cost momentary contact switch can be used to turn the TOPSwitch-GX power on and off under microprocessor control that may be required in some applications such as printers. The low power remote off ...

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TOP242-250 In addition to using a minimum number of components, TOPSwitch-GX provides many technical advantages in this type of application: 1. Extremely low power consumption in the off mode typical at 110 VAC and 160 mW typical at ...

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Key Application Considerations TOPSwitch-II vs. TOPSwitch-GX Table 4 compares the features and performance differences between TOPSwitch-GX and TOPSwitch-II. Many of the new features eliminate the need for additional discrete components. Function TOPSwitch-II Soft-Start N/A* External Current Limit N/A* DC 67% ...

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TOP242-250 Function TOPSwitch-II Remote ON/OFF N/A* Synchronization N/A* Thermal Shutdown 125 °C min. Latched Current Limit Tolerance ±10% (@25 °C) -8% (0 °C to100 °C) -4% (0 °C to 100 °C) DRAIN DIP 0.037" / 0.94 mm Creepage SMD 0.037" ...

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Function TOPSwitch-FX P/G Package Current Identical to Y Limits packages Y/R/F Package Current 100% (R and F Limits package N/A*) Thermal Shutdown 125 °C min. 70 °C hysteresis Maximum Duty Cycle 90 µA Reduction Threshold Line Under-Voltage N/A* Negative (turn-off) ...

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TOP242-250 A high V is required to take full advantage of the wider TOPSwitch-GX. An RCD clamp provides tighter clamp voltage tolerance than a Zener clamp and allows a V 150 V. RCD clamp dissipation can be ...

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TOPSwitch-GX contribute to a smaller transformer when compared to TOPSwitch-II. Standby Consumption Frequency reduction can significantly reduce power loss at light or no load, especially when a Zener clamp is used. For very low ...

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TOP242-250 + HV Input Filter Capacitor - S TOP VIEW R1 R2 Figure 47. Layout Considerations for TOPSwitch-GX using Packages. + Input Filter Capacitor HV - TOPSwitch-GX TOP VIEW R1 Heat Sink Figure 48. Layout Considerations for ...

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Solder Side Component Side + TOP VIEW HV - R1a - 1c TOPSwitch-GX Figure 49. Layout Considerations for TOPSwitch-GX using R Package. the part-to-part variation of the R DS(ON) as specified in the data sheet. The margin required can either ...

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TOP242-250 DRAIN Voltage ............................................ -0.3 to 700 V DRAIN Peak Current: TOP242 ............................... 0.72 A TOP243 ............................... 1.44 A TOP244 ............................... 2.16 A TOP245 ............................... 2.88 A TOP246 ............................... 4.32 A TOP247 ............................... 5.76 A TOP248 ............................... 7.20 A TOP249 ...

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Parameter Symbol CONTROL FUNCTIONS Soft Start Time t SOFT PWM Gain DC reg PWM Gain Temperature Drift External Bias l B Current CONTROL Current C(OFF) Duty Cycle Dynamic Z Impedance C Dynamic Impedance Temperature Drift Control Pin ...

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TOP242-250 Parameter Symbol MULTI-FUNCTION (M), LINE-SENSE (L) AND EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) INPUTS Line Under-Voltage Threshold Current l UV and Hysteresis ( Pin) Line Over-Voltage or Remote ON/ I OFF Threshold OV Current and Hys- teresis (M or ...

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Parameter Symbol MULTI-FUNCTION (M), LINE-SENSE (L) AND EXTERNAL CURRENT LIMIT (X) INPUTS Remote ON Delay t R(ON) Remote OFF t R(OFF) Setup Time FREQUENCY INPUT FREQUENCY Pin V Threshold Voltage F FREQUENCY Pin I Input Current F CIRCUIT PROTECTION Self ...

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TOP242-250 Parameter Symbol CIRCUIT PROTECTION Leading Edge t LEB Blanking Time t Current Limit Delay IL(D) Thermal Shutdown Temperature Thermal Shutdown Hysteresis Power-up Reset V Threshold Voltage C(RESET) OUTPUT ON-State R Resistance DS(ON) Off-State I Current DSS Breakdown BV Voltage ...

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Parameter Symbol OUTPUT t Rise Time R Fall Time t F SUPPLY VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS DRAIN Supply Voltage Shunt Regulator V Voltage C(SHUNT) Shunt Regulator Temperature Drift l CD1 Control Supply/ Discharge Current l CD2 NOTES: A. For specifications with negative ...

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TOP242-250 VOLTAGE Figure 50. Duty Cycle Measurement. 120 100 Dynamic 1 = Impedance Slope CONTROL Pin Voltage (V) Figure 51. CONTROL Pin I-V Characteristic Package (X and ...

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BENCH TEST PRECAUTIONS FOR EVALUATION OF ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS The following precautions should be followed when testing TOPSwitch-GX by itself outside of a power supply. The sche- matic shown in Figure 53 is suggested for laboratory testing of TOPSwitch-GX. When the ...

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TOP242-250 Typical Performance Characteristics (cont.) 1.1 1.0 0.9 -50 - 100 125 150 Junction Temperature (°C) Figure 56. Breakdown Voltage vs. Temperature. 1.2 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 -50 - 100 ...

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Typical Performance Characteristics (cont.) 6.0 5.5 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 0 100 200 LINE-SENSE Pin Current ( A) Figure 62a. LINE-SENSE Pin Voltage vs. Current See 1 Expanded Version 0 -300 -200 ...

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TOP242-250 Typical Performance Characteristics (cont Scaling Factors: 3 TOP250 1.17 TOP249 1.00 TOP248 0.83 2 TOP247 0.67 TOP246 0.50 TOP245 0.33 1 TOP244 0. °C TOP243 0.17 CASE T = 100 °C TOP242 0.08 ...

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PART ORDERING INFORMATION TOP 242 .400 (10.16) .146 (3.71) .415 (10.54) .156 (3.96) .108 (2.74) REF + .467 (11.86) .487 (12.37) .860 (21.84) .880 (22.35) .026 (.66) PIN 1 .032 (.81) .050 (1.27) BSC .150 (3.81) BSC ...

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TOP242-250 ⊕ .004 (.10) -E- .245 (6.22) .255 (6.48) Pin 1 .375 (9.53) -D- .385 (9.78) .128 (3.25) .132 (3.35) -T- SEATING PLANE .100 (2.54) BSC .014 (.36) ⊕ .010 (.25) M .022 (.56) ...

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Ref .026 (0.66) .032 (0.81) .315 (8.00) .380 (9.65) .638 (16.21) .050 (1.27) .038 (0.97) TO-263-7C .245 (6.22) min. .225 (5.72) min. .580 (14.73) ...

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TOP242-250 .396 - .415 .795 (20.18) REF. PIN 1 .050 (1.27) BSC .150 (3.81) BSC .050 (1.27) .050 (1.27) .050 (1.27) .200 (5.08) .100 (2.54) PIN 1 .150 (3.81) MOUNTING HOLE PATTERN Y07C 48 G 1/02 TO-262-7C .055 - .066 ...

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Notes TOP242-250 G 49 1/02 ...

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TOP242-250 50 G 1/02 Notes ...

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Notes TOP242-250 G 51 1/02 ...

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TOP242-250 Revision Notes - D 1) Added R package (D2PAK Corrected abbreviations (s = seconds). 3) Corrected x-axis units in Figure 11 (µA). 4) Added missing external current limit resistor in Figure Corrected spelling. 6) ...

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