IC DVR 3-PHASE BRIDGE PLCC44

IRS2330DJPBF

Manufacturer Part NumberIRS2330DJPBF
DescriptionIC DVR 3-PHASE BRIDGE PLCC44
ManufacturerInternational Rectifier
IRS2330DJPBF datasheet
 


Specifications of IRS2330DJPBF

Configuration3 Phase BridgeInput TypeInverting
Delay Time500nsCurrent - Peak250mA
Number Of Configurations1Number Of Outputs3
High Side Voltage - Max (bootstrap)600VVoltage - Supply10 V ~ 20 V
Operating Temperature-40°C ~ 125°CMounting TypeSurface Mount
Package / Case*Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant
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Features
Floating channel designed for bootstrap operation
Fully operational to +600 V
Tolerant to negative transient voltage – dV/dt immune
Gate drive supply range from 10 V to 20 V
Undervoltage lockout for all channels
Over-current shutdown turns off all six drivers
Independent half-bridge drivers
Matched propagation delay for all channels
3.3 V logic compatible
Outputs out of phase with inputs
Cross-conduction prevention logic
Integrated Operational Amplifier
Integrated Bootstrap Diode function (IRS233(0,2)D)
RoHS Compliant
Description
The IRS233(0,2)(D)(S & J) is a high voltage, high speed
power MOSFET and IGBT driver with three independent high
and low side referenced output channels. Proprietary HVIC
technology enables ruggedized monolithic construction.
Logic inputs are compatible with CMOS or LSTTL outputs,
down to 3.3 V logic. A ground-referenced operational
amplifier provides analog feedback of bridge current via an
external current sense resistor. A current trip function which
terminates all six outputs is also derived from this resistor.
An open drain FAULT signal indicates if an over-current or
undervoltage shutdown has occurred. The output drivers
feature a high pulse current buffer stage designed for
minimum driver cross-conduction. Propagation delays are
matched to simplify use at high frequencies. The floating
channel can be used to drive N-channel power MOSFET
or IGBT in the high side configuration which operates up
to 600 volts.
Typical Connection
Absolute Maximum Ratings
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IRS233(0,2)(D)(S & J)PbF
3-PHASE-BRIDGE DRIVER
Product Summary
V
600V max.
OFFSET
I
200 mA / 420 mA
O+/-
V
10 V – 20 V (233(0,2)(D))
OUT
t
(typ.)
500 ns
on/off
Deadtime (typ.)
2.0 us (IRS2330(D))
0.7 us (IRS2332(D))
Applications:
*Motor Control
*Air Conditioners/ Washing Machines
*General Purpose Inverters
*Micro/Mini Inverter Drives
Packages
28-Lead SOIC
44-Lead PLCC w/o 12 Leads
May 8, 2008
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IRS2330DJPBF Summary of contents

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    Features • Floating channel designed for bootstrap operation Fully operational to +600 V • Tolerant to negative transient voltage – dV/dt immune • Gate drive supply range from • Undervoltage lockout for all channels • ...

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    ... Machine Model IC Latch-Up Test RoHS Compliant † Qualification standards can be found at International Rectifier’s web site †† Higher qualification ratings may be available should the user have such requirements. Please contact your International Rectifier sales representative for further information. ††† ...

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    Absolute Maximum Ratings Absolute Maximum Ratings indicate sustained limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. All voltage parameters are absolute voltages referenced to V measured under board mounted and still air conditions. Symbol V High Side Floating Supply ...

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    Recommended Operating Conditions The Input/Output logic timing diagram is shown in figure 1. For proper operation the device should be used within the recommended conditions. All voltage parameters are absolute voltage referenced to V tested with all supplies biased at ...

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    Dynamic Electrical Characteristics BIAS CC BS1,2,3 SO1,2,3 Symbol Definition SR+ Operational Amplifier Slew Rate (+) SR- Operational Amplifier Slew Rate (-) www.irf.com , C = 1000 pF ...

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    Static Electrical Characteristics BIAS CC BS1,2,3 SO1,2,3 are referenced to V and are applicable to all six logic input leads: HIN1,2,3 & LIN1,2,3. The V SS are referenced to ...

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    Static Electrical Characteristics- Continued BIAS CC BS1,2,3 SO1,2,3 are referenced to V and are applicable to all six logic input leads: HIN1,2,3 & LIN1,2,3. The V SS are referenced ...

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    Lead Definitions Symbol HIN1,2,3 Logic input for high side gate driver outputs (HO1,2,3), out of phase LIN1,2,3 Logic input for low side gate driver output (LO1,2,3), out of phase FAULT Indicates over-current or undervoltage lockout (low side) has occurred, negative ...

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    Application Information and Additional Details Information regarding the following topics are included as subsections within this section of the datasheet. • IGBT/MOSFET Gate Drive • Switching and Timing Relationships • Deadtime • Matched Propagation Delays • Input Logic Compatibility • ...

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    Switching and Timing Relationships The relationship between the input and output signals of the IRS233(0,2)(D) are illustrated below in Figures 3. From these figures, we can see the definitions of several timing parameters (i.e., PW device. The following two figures ...

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    Deadtime This family of HVICs features integrated deadtime protection circuitry. The deadtime for these ICs is fixed; other ICs within IR’s HVIC portfolio feature programmable deadtime for greater design flexibility. The deadtime feature inserts a time period (a minimum deadtime) ...

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    Matched Propagation Delays The IRS233(0,2)(D) family of HVICs is designed with propagation delay matching circuitry. response at the output to a signal at the input requires approximately the same time duration (i.e., t side channels and the high-side channels. Additionally, ...

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    Shoot-Through Protection The IRS233(0,2)(D) family of high-voltage ICs is equipped with shoot-through protection circuitry (also known as cross- conduction prevention circuitry). Figure 8 shows how this protection circuitry prevents both the high- and low-side switches from conducting at the same ...

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    Fault Reporting The IRS233(0,2)(D) family provides an integrated fault reporting output. There are two situations that would cause the HVIC to report a fault via the FAULT pin. The first is an undervoltage condition fault. Once the ...

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    Figure 10: Programming over-temperature protection Truth Table: Undervoltage lockout and ITRIP Table 2 provides the truth table for the IRS233(0,2)(D). The first line shows that the UVLO for V FAULT output has gone low and the gate drive outputs have ...

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    Figure 12: Typical input filter Short-Pulse / Noise Rejection This device’s input filter provides protection against short-pulses (e.g., noise) on the input lines. If the duration of the input signal is less than t , the output will not change ...

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    Figure 16: Difference between the input pulse and the output pulse Integrated Bootstrap Functionality The new IRS233(0,2)D family features integrated high-voltage bootstrap MOSFETs that eliminate the need of the external bootstrap diodes and resistors in many applications. There is one ...

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    Figure 17: Internal bootstrap MOSFET connection A bootstrap MOSFET is suitable for most of the PWM modulation schemes and can be used either in parallel with the external bootstrap network (i.e., diode and resistor replacement of it. ...

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    Negative V Transient SOA S A common problem in today’s high-power switching converters is the transient response of the switch node’s voltage as the power switches transition on and off quickly while carrying a large current. A typical 3-phase inverter ...

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    DC+ BUS OFF DC- BUS Figure 21: Q1 conducting Also when the V phase current flows from the inductive load back to the inverter (see Figures 23 and 24), and Q4 IGBT ...

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    ... International Rectifier’s HVICs have been designed for the robustness required in many of today’s demanding applications. An indication of the IRS233(0,2)(D)’s robustness can be seen in Figure 28, where there is represented the IRS233(0,2)(D) Safe ...

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    DC- bus Current Sensing A ground referenced current signal amplifier has been included so that the current in the return leg of the DC bus may be monitored. A typical circuit configuration is provided in Fig.29. The signal coming from ...

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    Figure 32: Operational Amplifier Common mode rejection measurement PCB Layout Tips Distance between high and low voltage components: It’s strongly recommended to place the components tied to the floating voltage pins (V and V ) near the respective high voltage ...

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    Supply Capacitor recommended to place a bypass capacitor (C shown in Figure 35. A ceramic 1 μF ceramic capacitor is suitable for most applications. This component should be placed as close as possible to the pins in order ...

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    Parameter Temperature Trends Figures 38-76 provide information on the experimental performance of the IRS233(0,2)(D)(S&J) HVIC. The line plotted in each figure is generated from actual lab data. A small number of individual samples were tested at three temperatures (-40 ºC, ...

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    Exp -50 - Temperature ( Fig. 42. Turn-on Rise Time vs. Temperature 1000 900 800 Exp. 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 -50 -25 ...

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    Exp -50 - Temperature ( Fig. 48. Operational Amplifier Slew Rate (+) vs. Temperature 2.5 2.0 Exp. 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.0 -50 - Temperature ( Fig. ...

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    Exp. 100 50 0 -50 - Temperature ( Fig. 54. Low Level Output Voltage vs. Temperature Exp -50 - Temperature ...

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    Exp. 8.4 8.2 8.0 7.8 -50 - Temperature ( Fig. 60. V Supply Undervoltage Negative CC Going Threshold vs. Temperature 9.0 8.5 8.0 Exp. 7.5 7.0 6.5 6.0 -50 -25 0 ...

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    Exp. 606 506 406 306 206 106 6 -50 - Temperature ( Fig. 66. Output Low Short Circuit Pulsed Current vs. Temperature 200 180 160 140 120 100 Exp -50 -25 ...

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    Exp -50 - Temperature ( Fig. 72. Operational Amplifier Output Sink Current vs. Temperature 0 -50 - -10 Exp. -12 -14 -16 ...

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    Case Outlines www.irf.com IRS233(0,2)(D)(S&J)PbF 32 ...

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    Case Outlines www.irf.com IRS233(0,2)(D)(S&J)PbF 33 ...

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    Tape and Reel Details: SOIC28W F NOTE : CONTROLLING DIM ENSION CARRIER TAPE DIMENSION FOR 28SOICW Code REEL DIMENSIONS FOR 28SOICW Code ...

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    Tape and Reel Details: PLCC44 F CARRIER TAPE DIMENSION FOR 44PLCC Code www.irf.com LOADED TAPE FEED DIRECTION NOTE : CONTROLLING E DIM ENSION Metric Imperial ...

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    ... The information provided in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, International Rectifier assumes no responsibility for the consequences of the use of this information. International Rectifier assumes no responsibility for any infringement of patents or of other rights of third parties which may result from the use of this information. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent or patent rights of International Rectifier. The specifications mentioned in this document are subject to change without notice. This document For technical support, please contact IR’ ...