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Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
Fairchild solving design problems in motion control
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  • You need to put all of these electronics inNow I have to use electronics - softwareIt’s not the technologly but the simplicityCurrent Sensors AmplifiersAC MOTORS - Universal motors - DC Motors – car – constant voltageBrush less motors - carbon brushes that ware outBrushless DC - 3 phase makes the motor go around - Electronics – makes the motor goes aroundPMSM – magnetic field is different – smoother than the brushless – Induction motor – is also 3phase - we can do this as well. Less energy efficientNeed 3 connections to drive them - Automotive slide put in AppendixSomething from Fabio3 phase inverterAPMPower Trench MOSFETsDrivers12V instead of AC
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    • 1. Click to add presentation title Click to edit Master subtitle Click to add date 1 Solving Design Challenges in Motion Control European Sales & Marketing PCIM May 2013 Marketing and Applications Team
    • 2. 2 Motor Efficiency for Energy Conservation • Motors represent as much as 60~70% of the industrial energy used in developing countries. • The motor drive appliances (washing machines, air-conditioners, fans…etc.) represent around 70% of total household power consumption. • Reducing the amount of energy used by motors in electronic systems has become a priority worldwide.
    • 3. 3 Three-Phase Motor Solutions Auxiliary Power Supply Micro- controller or DSP Current Sense Amplifiers Rectifier or PFC Stage Three- phase Inverter MotorAC
    • 4. 4 LVICHVICs IGBTs/MOSFETs Peripherals -Bootstrap diodes -NTC thermistor SPM® Modules for Inverters Reliable integration of power and driver products
    • 5. 5 HVIC Using Discrete Using SPM® Modules SPM® Module Advantages: • Reduced EMI • More compact design • Reduced BOM cost • Simplified design • Reduced assembly costs • Increased reliability Benefits Of Using SPM® Modules
    • 6. 6 FRDIGBT Ceramic (Isolation material) IC EMC(Epoxy Molding Compound) Al WiringCu Wiring Lead Frame Adhesive B/D Copper Wire BSD Lead Frame IGBT-Based SPM Modules MOSFET-Based SPM Modules SPM® Package Technology Improved reliability using transfer-moulded modules
    • 7. 7 Motion Control Design Tool Reliability assessment from estimation of temperature ripple
    • 8. 8 Three-Phase Motor Solutions Auxiliary Power Supply Micro- controller or DSP Current Sense Amplifiers Rectifier or PFC Stage Three- phase Inverter MotorAC
    • 9. 9 PFC-Solutions (10) VTH (1) VCC COM VCC IN(S) VFO CSC OUT CFOD NTC Thermistor (2~4) COM (5) IN (13~16) N (17~20) NR (6) VFO (7) CFOD (8) CSC (9) RTH (21)(22) P (24) L (25) PR (26) R (27) S Q1 D3 D4 D1 D2 D5 (20) VTH (1) VCC COM VCC IN(R) VFO CSC OUT(S) CFOD NTC Thermistor (2) COM (4) IN(R) (6) VFO (7) CFOD (8) CSC (19) RTH (27) PR (24) N (26) S (25) R IN(S)(5) IN(S) OUT(R) (23) NC (22) NSENSE (21) VAC- Q1 D3 Q2 D4 D1 D2 Boost-PFC Bridgeless-PFC Interleaved Boost-PFC
    • 10. 10 PFC SPM® Modules in SPM 3 package Boost PFC: Standard PFC solution 44mm x 26.8mm Output power up to 3kW 2.5kV isolation voltage optimized thermal management with DBC substrate typ. switching frequency <40kHz adjustable SCP with soft shut- down control Built-in Thermistor Fault Output for UVLP, SCP Package compatible to Motion Modules Current rating Tc = 25 °C Voltage rating x10 FPAB20BH60B FPAB30BH60B (10) VTH (1) VCC COM VCC IN(S) VFO CSC OUT CFOD NTC Thermistor (2~4) COM (5) IN (13~16) N (17~20) NR (6) VFO (7) CFOD (8) CSC (9) RTH (21)(22) P (24) L (25) PR (26) R (27) S Q1 D3 D4 D1 D2 D5 FBA42060 in SPM 45 Package for Lower PowerNew
    • 11. 11 PFC SPM® Modules in SPM 3 package Bridgeless PFC: More compact solution 44mm x 26.8mm Output power up to 6kW 2.5kV isolation voltage optimized thermal management with DBC substrate typ. switching frequency <40kHz adjustable SCP with soft shut- down control Built-in Thermistor and Shunt Fault Output for UVLP, SCP Package compatible to Motion Modules FPDB30PH60 FPDB40PH60B FPDB50PH60 FPDB60PH60B (20) VTH (1) VCC COM VCC IN(R) VFO CSC OUT(S) CFOD NTC Thermistor (2) COM (4) IN(R) (6) VFO (7) CFOD (8) CSC (19) RTH (27) PR (24) N (26) S (25) R IN(S)(5) IN(S) OUT(R) (23) NC (22) NSENSE (21) VAC- Q1 D3 Q2 D4 D1 D2 Current rating Tc = 25 °C Voltage rating x10
    • 12. 12 FAN9611 Interleaved Dual BCM PFC Controller • Efficiency – Interleaved  Lower Turn-off Losses – Phase Management – Valley Switching  Minimize COSS losses – Strong gate drive  reduce switching losses – Adjust Bulk Output Voltage at Light Load • Protection – Closed-loop soft-start w/ Prog. Ramp Time – Current Limit per Channel – Power Limit per Channel – Input Voltage Feed-forward – Secondary Latched OVP – Input Brown-out Protection – Internal maximum fSW clamp limit • Ease of Design & Solution Size – Easy Valley Detection Implementation – Easy Loop Compensation (constant BW and PWM Gain) – Integrated +1A/-2A Gate Drivers – Works with DC, 50 Hz to 400 Hz AC Inputs VOUT D2 D1 FAN9611 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CS2 CS1 VDD DRV1 DRV2 PGND VIN OVPFB COMP SS AGND MOT 5VB ZCD2 ZCD1 L2a AC IN CIN L1a RZCD2 RZCD1 C5VB RMOT CSS RCOMP CCOMP,HF Q2 RCS1 RCS2 COUT Q1 VBIAS RFB1 RFB2 ROV1 ROV2 RIN1 RIN2 RG2 RG1RINHYST VIN VLINE EMI Filter CCOMP,LF L1b L2b CVDD1 CVDD2 CINF
    • 13. 13 Three-Phase Motor Solutions Auxiliary Power Supply Micro- controller or DSP Current Sense Amplifiers Rectifier or PFC Stage Three- phase Inverter MotorAC
    • 14. 14 Power 8W 14W 17W 20W 5W No bias winding neededBias winding needed in isolated application FSL116HR/LR 650V, 7.3Ω, DIP FSL106HR/MR 650V, 11.5Ω, DIP FSL126HR/MR 650V, 4.9Ω, DIP FSL136HR/MR 650V, 3.5Ω,DIP/SO FSL206MR 650V, 14Ω, DIP/SO Non-self supply Self-supply FSL3 Series FSL306HR/UR 650V, 14Ω FSL336LR/HR/UR 650V, 4Ω Buck, Buck-Boost & Non-Isolated flyback 25W 30W Released Sampling Development FSL326LR/HR/UR 650V, 6Ω FSL117MRIN 700V, 8.8Ω, DIP FSL146MR 650V, 2.1Ω, DIP FSL156MRIN 650V, 1.8Ω, DIP FSL137MRIN 700V, 4Ω, DIP FSL4 Series Industrial Flyback FPS™ AC Regulators < 30W Pin to Pin* FSQ500/H/X 700V 30Ω/SOT223 FSD156MRBN 650V, 1.8Ω, DIP FSL117H 700V, 8.8Ω, DIP FSB147H 700V, 2.3Ω, DIP FSB127H 700V, 6Ω, DIP FSL4110HR/UR 1000V 9Ω FSL4516HR 1600V, 10W~30W Input OVP Brown-out, AxCap™ discharge, current limit pin Pin 4 open Current limit pin Monolithic 2 chip. Current limit pin
    • 15. 15 FPS™ AC Regulators: FSB1 Series High Robustness • Internal Avalanche Rugged 700V SenseFET • Accurate Brownout protection with hysteresis • Constant Power Limit (Full AC Input Range) Improved Light Load Efficiency • No-load power consumption of less than 55mW at 16W from AxCap™ discharge circuit • Green-mode: PWM freq linearly decreasing at light-load with burst mode at ve Ease of Design • Adjustable peak current limit • Slope compensation FPS Family Features • Peak current-mode control • 100kHz version • Frequency modulation for reducing EMI • Built-in soft start function • VDD Under-voltage Lockout (UVLO) • VDD OVP, OTP, OLP (Auto Restart) • High-voltage Start-up Brown-out and AxCap™ discharge L N EMI Filter + + HV VDD + GNDFB IPK Drain PWM + 0 10 20 30 40 50 230Vac 240Vac 265Vac Standby Power mW (for 16W/5V supply)
    • 16. 16 FPS™AC Regulators: FSL3 Series High Robustness • Internal Avalanche Rugged 650V SenseFET • OLP, OVP in Auto Restart mode (650ms sleep time) Improved Light Load Efficiency • Green Mode Function in Light Load Range • 25mW no-load power with bias winding • 125mW no-load power with self supply Ease of Design • Options to work with and without bias winding • Integrated error amplifier for low component count • Adjustable current limit simplifies OCP and magnetics • Multi level TSD for flexible load response FPS Family Features • Peak current-mode control • 100kHz version • Frequency modulation for reducing EMI • Built-in soft start function • VDD Under-voltage Lockout (UVLO) • VDD OVP, OTP, OLP (Auto Restart) • High-voltage Start-up Low component count feedback circuit for non-isolated supplies DIP7 PowerMLP DC OUT D + _ + _ HV-DC IN GND VCC Vcomp ILIMIT VFB D D Non-isolated flyback Buck GND VCC Vcomp ILIMIT VFB D D DC OUT HV-DC INPUT LSOP7
    • 17. 17 Reliability and Safety Protection against component open or short circuit failures Abnormal OCP or OLP Over voltage Protection (OVP) Possibility of failed parts Output short Protection (OSP) Thermal shutdown protection or Over current protection ESD High ESD immunity ESD Relatively Rugged parts Over load protection (OLP) Over voltage Protection (OVP) Protected by OCP, OLP, OVP, AOCP, OSP, TSD
    • 18. 18 100V-1000V Input ESBC™ Transistor Power Supplies Wide Input Range Solutions
    • 19. 19 Three-phase Motor Solutions Auxiliary Power Supply Micro- controller or DSP Current Sense Amplifiers Rectifier or PFC Stage Three- phase Inverter MotorAC
    • 20. 20 FCM8531 Hybrid Motor Controller • Fairchild has explored the need of motor engineers and developed a new hybrid controller – FCM8531 • Easy to use and fully integrated solution with completed developing tools and advanced motor control libraries allows very fast time to market
    • 21. 21 New Architecture for BLDC Motor Control Advanced Motor Controller A hardware-based motor controller plus configurable processing core which can be configured to several kinds of specific motor control algorithm. Embedded MCU A MCS®51-compatible MCU processor provides motor control commands to the AMC to perform motor control activities, and manage external communication interfaces GPIO UART I2C SPI FOC DQ Sinusoidal Integration of Analog and Digital IC
    • 22. 22 Benefits of the Hybrid Architecture • Minimum Software Effort – The AMC performs powerful algorithms such as FOC and DQ control by using Fairchild’s libraries that can be configured and stored in AMC. Only simple system control software program needed in MCU. • Reliability – AMC and MCU work independently to avoid system hang-ups. • Robust Performance – Real-time cycle-by-cycle current protections in the hardware based AMC detect and turn off PWM signals in μs to prevent system damage.
    • 23. 23 Easy-to-Use Development Tool • Fairchild provides the Motor Control Development System (MCDS) IDE and MCDS Programming Kit for users to develop software, compile programs, and perform online debugging. • User-friendly interface that reduces the time and effort required for studying datasheets and coding. – Visual setting options to replace complex software coding. – Motor design configurations by simple step-by-step clicking and selecting. – Support real time motor tuning.
    • 24. 24 Fairchild’s Three-phase Motor Solutions • Fairchild provides key functional building blocks for motor control systems • These include: – SPM® smart power modules – PFC controllers – Integrated PWM controllers – BLDC controller – Discrete Components • IGBT/MOSFETs • HV gate drivers – Optocouplers
    • 25. 25 APPENDIX
    • 26. 26 Motion SPM® 5 V2 Series Modules MOSFET modules with integrated bootstrap diodes & temp sense 29mm x 12mm high power density (up to 200W) 1.5kV isolation voltage optimized thermal management Temperature sensing unit for HVIC 3 N-terminals for low-cost current sensing high ruggedness increased creepage distances (only T) Built-in UVLP & Bootstrap Diodes (incl. 15Ohm) low conducted and radiated EMI Voltage rating x10 S=SMD, T=Double DIP FSB50250A(S/T) FSB50450A(S/T) FSB50550A(S/T) FSB50825A(S/T) (1) COM (2) VB(U) (3) VCC(U) (4) IN (UH) (5) IN (UL) (6) N.C (7) VB(V) (8) VCC(V) (9) IN (VH) (10) IN (VL) (11) Vts (12) V B(W) (13) VCC(W) (14) IN (WH) (15) IN (WL) (16) (17) P (18) U, VS(U) (19) NU (20) NV (21) V, VS(V) (22) NW (23) W, VS(W) COM VCC LIN HIN VB HO VS LO COM VCC LIN HIN VB HO VS LO Vts COM VCC LIN HIN VB HO VS LO N.C 600V SuperFET® II MOSFETs for Higher Power: FSB50660SF (0.70Ωmax) & FSB50760SF (0.53Ωmax)New
    • 27. 27 Motion SPM® 5 V2 Series Modules Measurable temperature allows for power reduction at high temperature - Voltage Output of HVIC temperature - Linear characteristic : VTSU=0.02*TIC+0.3V [ Simulation data ] Slope: 20mV/oC Boundary (0oC, 150oC): 0.3V, 3.3V Temperature sensing point [ Internal Structure ]
    • 28. 28 MOSFET-Based SPM® Modules have long short circuit times Advanced & Rugged Silicon Technology PRODUCT NAME IMAX IMIN TSCW #1 @ VCC=15.0V, VDS=400V 16.20 [A] 13.60 [A] 44.2 [μsec] #2 @ VCC=15.0V, VDS=400V 17.15 [A] 13.85 [A] 43.1 [μsec] Competitor #1 @ VCC=15.0V, VCE=400V 6.80 [A] 6.20 [A] 7.57 [μsec] #2 @ VCC=15.0V, VCE=400V 6.96 [A] 6.38 [A] 7.18 [μsec] T=[10μs/div] Vdc=[100V/div ] Ic=5.0[A/di v] Vin=5.0[V/div] T=[2μs/div] Vdc=[100V/div ] Ic=5.0[A/di v] Vin=5.0[V/div] Short Circuit Test Waveform of FSB50450 Short Circuit Test Waveform of Competitor part Tscwt = 44[usec] Tscwt = 7.5[usec]
    • 29. 29 FSL Family (FSL1/2 Series) Competitor Manufacture In-house Own FAB & Assembly Plants Outsource FAB & Assembly Plants Breakdown Avalanche Energy Two Chip (PWM/MOSFET) VDMOS General Vertical Structure Very High Avalanche Energy Guaranteed [ EAS=400.0 mJ ] One Chip(PWM+MOSFET) for easy sourcing LDMOS General Lateral Structure Very Low Avalanche Energy [ EAS= 4.0 mJ ] Secondary Protections Output Short Protection Abnormal OCP Protection N/A Power Loss Standby Power at No Load 25~ 50mW Standby Power at No Load 50mW – 200mW Low Voltage Memory Logic High Voltage Devices General Structure Information General Structure Information FSL Family Versus Competitor
    • 30. Click to add presentation title Click to edit Master subtitle Click to add date Thank You twitter.com/fairchildSemi www.facebook.com/FairchildSemiconductor www.fairchildsemi.com/engineeringconnections

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