LR8                                                                                                                       ...
LR8Ordering Information                                Package Options                                      Product markin...
LR8Thermal Characteristics     Package              Power Dissipation                  θJC    θJA                         ...
LR8Typical Application Circuits                                                                     *                     ...
LR8Typical Performance Curves                                                                                             ...
LR8Typical Performance Curves                                                                                             ...
LR8Typical Performance Curves                            Load Transient Response             VIN                     VOUT=...
LR8 LR8                                                                                                                 Ap...
LR8Constant Current OperationThe LR8 may be configured to provide a constant current output. The current is independent of...
LR8Comparison with Discrete Startup ImplementationsThe LR8 provides several advantages when compared with discretely imple...
LR8The minimum capacitance required for given boot-up time isgiven by the following equation:                            I...
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  1. 1. LR8 LR8 High Input Voltage Adjustable 3-Terminal Linear RegulatorFeatures General Description❏ 12V to 450V input voltage range The Supertex LR8 is a high voltage, low output current, adjustable linear regulator. It has a wide operating input voltage range of❏ Adjustable 1.20V to 440V output regulation 12V to 450V. The output voltage can be adjusted from 1.20V to❏ 5% output voltage tolerance 440V provided that the input voltage is at least 10V greater than the output voltage. The output voltage can be adjusted by means❏ Output current limiting of two external resistors R1 and R2 as shown in the typical❏ 10µA typical ADJ current application circuits. The LR8 regulates the voltage difference❏ Internal junction temperature limiting between VOUT and ADJ pins to a nominal value of 1.20V. The 1.20V is amplified by the external resistor ratio R1 and R2. An internal constant bias current of typically 10µA is connected to the ADJ pin. This increases VOUT by a constant voltage of 10µAApplications times R2.❏ Off-line SMPS startup circuits The LR8 has current limiting and temperature limiting. The output current limit is typically 15mA and the minimum temperature❏ Adjustable high voltage constant current source limit is 125°C. An output short circuit current will therefore be❏ Industrial Controls limited to 15mA. When the junction temperature reaches its temperature limit, the output current and/or output voltage will❏ Motor controls decrease to keep the junction temperature from exceeding its❏ Battery chargers temperature limit. For SMPS start-up circuit applications, the LR8 turns off when an external voltage greater than the output❏ Power supplies voltage of the LR8 is applied to VOUT of the LR8. To maintain stability, a bypass capacitor of 1.0µF or larger and a minimum DC output current of 500µA are required. The device is available in TO-92, TO-243AA (SOT-89), and TO-252 (D-PAK) packages. LR8 Block Diagram and Typical Application * VOUT VIN VIN VOUT ADJ R1 LR8 C2 C1 RLOAD R2 *Required for conditions where VIN is less than VOUT.12/03/01Supertex Inc. does not recommend the use of its products in life support applications and will not knowingly sell its products for use in such applications unless it receives an adequate "products liabilityindemnification insurance agreement." Supertex does not assume responsibility for use of devices described and limits its liability to the replacement of devices determined to be defective due toworkmanship. No responsibility is assumed for possible omissions or inaccuracies. Circuitry and specifications are subject to change without notice. For the latest product specifications, refer to theSupertex website: For complete liability information on all Supertex products, refer to the most current databook or to the Legal/Disclaimer page on the Supertex website. 1
  2. 2. LR8Ordering Information Package Options Product marking for TO-243AA: TO-92 TO-243AA* TO-252 LR8❋ LR8N3 LR8N8 LR8K4 where ❋ = 2-week alpha date code* Same as SOT-89. Product supplied on 2000 piece carrier tape reels.Absolute Maximum Ratings Pin ConfigurationsVIN Input Voltage -0.5V to +480V* 2 (TAB)Output Voltage Range -0.5V to +470V TAB 1 2Operating Ambient Temperature Range -40°C to +85°C 3 1 3Operating Junction Temperature Range -40°C to +125°C TO-243AA (SOT-89) 123 TO-252Storage Temperature Range -65°C to +150°C TO-92 (D-PAK)*Voltages referenced to ADJ. VIN VOUT ADJ TO-92 1 2 3 TO-243AA 1 2, TAB 3 TO-252 1 2 (TAB) 3Electrical CharacteristicsTest conditions unless otherwise specified: -40°C < TA < 85°C.Symbol Parameter Min Typ Max Units Test ConditionsVIN - VOUT Input to Output Voltage Difference 12 450 VVOUT Overall Output Voltage Regulation 1.14 1.20 1.26 V 12V<VIN<400V, R1=2.4KΩ, R2=0VOUT Overall Output Voltage Regulation 375 400 425 V R1=2.4KΩ, R2=782KΩ∆VOUT Line Regulation 0.003 0.01 %/V 15V<VIN<400V, VOUT=5V, IOUT=0.5mA∆VOUT Load Regulation 1.4 3.0 % VIN=15V, VOUT=5V, 0.5mA<IOUT<10mA∆VOUT Temperature Regulation -1 +1 % VIN=15V, VOUT=5V, IOUT=10mA, -40°C<TA<85°CIOUT Output Current Limit 10 20 mA TJ < 85°C, VIN - VOUT = 10VIOUT Output Current Limit 0.5 mA TJ > 125°C, VIN - VOUT = 450VIOUT Minimum Output Current 0.3 0.5 mA Includes R1 and load currentIADJ Adjust Output Current 5 10 15 µAC2 Minimum Output Load Capacitance 1 µFDVOUT/DVIN Ripple Rejection Ratio 50 60 dB 120Hz, VOUT = 5VTLIMIT Junction Temperature Limit 125 °C 2
  3. 3. LR8Thermal Characteristics Package Power Dissipation θJC θJA @ TA=25°C °C/W °C/W TO-92 0.74W 125 170 TO-243AA 1.6W 15 78† TO-252 2.5W 6.25 50†† Mounted on FR4 board, 25mm x 25mm x 1.57mm. Significant PD increase possible on ceramic substrate.Functional Block Diagram VIN Pass LR8 VOUT Element Overtemp & Overcurrent 1.2V 10µA ADJ 3
  4. 4. LR8Typical Application Circuits * VOUT=5.0V VIN=15V to 450V V V IN OUT ADJ LR8 R1 6.04KΩ ±1% C2 C1 1.0µF RLOAD ≤16.5KΩ R2 18.2KΩ ±1% VOUT = 1.20V 1+ R2 + IADJ R2 R1 Figure 1: High Input Voltage, 5.0V Output Linear Regulator * Required for conditions where VIN is less than VOUT. VIN=15V to 450V + VAuxiliary Vout1 LR8 - V IN VOUT + ADJ Vout2 Vcc - FB PWM IC Figure 2: SMPS Start-Up Circuit 1µF 1.20V LR8 IOUT = R + VIN VOUT ADJ R VIN = 15V to 450V Load - Figure 3: High Voltage Adjustable Constant Current Source 4
  5. 5. LR8Typical Performance Curves Temperature Variation 1.30 1.25 VIN VOUT=1.2V LR8 VOUT (V) 1.20 ADJ 1.15 12V 2.4KΩ 1.0µF 1.10 1.05 1.00 -50 -25 0 25 50 75 100 125 T(junction) (°C) Adjustment Current 12 11 VIN VOUT=1.2V IADJ (µA) 10 LR8 VIN = 400V12V, ADJ 9 VIN = 12V200V, 2.4KΩ 1.0µF400V I 8 ADJ VIN = 200V 7 6 -50 -25 0 25 50 75 100 125 T(junction) (°C) Load Regulation 5.2 V V =5.0V IOUT IN OUT LR8 5.1 VOUT (V) ADJ 6.04KΩ ±1% 1.0µF 5.025V RLOAD 18.2KΩ ±1% 4.9 4.8 0 2 4 6 8 10 IOUT (mA) 5
  6. 6. LR8Typical Performance Curves VOUT vs. VIN 6 VIN VOUT=5.0V 5 LR8 4 VOUT (V) ADJ 6.04KΩ ±1%0V to 50V 1.0µF 1KΩ 3 18.2KΩ ±1% 2 1 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 VIN (V) Ripple Rejection -65 Ripple Rejection Ratio (dB) VIN VOUT =5.0V IOUT -64 LR8 ADJ 6.04KΩ -6320VP-P ±1%@ 60Hz 1.0µF RLOAD -62 65V 18.2KΩ ±1% -61 -60 0 2 4 6 8 10 IOUT (mA) 6
  7. 7. LR8Typical Performance Curves Load Transient Response VIN VOUT=5.0V LR8 Closed SW ADJ 6.04KΩ SW Open ±1%25V 1.0µF 10KΩ 18.2KΩ 523 Ω Vout ±1% Load Transient Response Line Transient Response400V 400V VIN VOUTVIN LR80V ADJ 6.04KΩ Vin ±1% 1.0µF 10KΩ 5.0V 18.2KΩ 0V ±1% Vout 0V Line Transient Response 400V 400V Vin Vin 0V 0V 5.0V 5.0V Vout Vout 0V 0V Line Power Up Transient Line Power Down Transient 12/03/01rev.2 1235 Bordeaux Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94089 TEL: (408) 744-0100 • FAX: (408) 222-4895©2001 Supertex Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use or reproduction prohibited. 7
  8. 8. LR8 LR8 Application Note AN-H40 High Voltage Linear Regulators and Constant Current Sources Using LR8 by Scott Lynch, Senior Applications EngineerIntroduction OperationThe LR8 is a high voltage 3-terminal adjustable linear regulator. Except for it’s higher voltage rating, the LR8 operates like anyIntended for operation directly off rectified AC mains, the LR8 other 3-terminal adjustable linear regulator.operates at input voltages up to 450 volts, making it compatible A simple resistive divider sets the output voltage while a capacitorwith line voltages up to 240 VAC. It’s output voltage adjustability at the output improves transient response and ensures regulatorassures that it can be used in most any application. The LR8 is stability. When applicable, an input capacitor is required toideally suited for low power off-line DC power supplies and provide energy storage for rectified AC.SMPS start-up circuits. Keeping in mind that the LR8 requires at least a 10V differenceAvailable in a leaded TO-92 package and a surface mount between input and output for proper operation, the minimumSOT-89 and D-PAK package, it is ideal for applications where value for CIN is:space is at a premium.Relevant specifications are shown in the table below. t CIN > I LOAD VIN ( pk ) − VOUT − 10VLR8 Specifications where ILOAD = Load current Input Voltage Range (VOUT +10V) to 450V t = Time between peaks of input Output Voltage Range 1.2V to (VIN - 10V) waveform VIN(pk) = Peak input voltage Output Voltage Accuracy ±5% VOUT = Output voltage Power Dissipation TO-92: 0.74W TO-243AA (SOT-89): 1.6W TO-252 (D-PAK): 2.5W Note that the LR8 requires a minimum of 0.5mA load current for proper operation. The current through the resistive divider may Output Current 0.5 to 10mA be included as part of the minimum load. Load Regulation 3% Line Regulation 0.01%/V Supply Rejection 60dB typ @120Hz LR8 Block Diagram and Typical Application Needed for protection should V OUT exceed V IN  R  VOUT = 1.2 v1 + 2  + 10µA • R2  R1  VIN Pass LR8 VOUT Supply Element Load R1 Overtemp & Overcurrent 1.2V 10µA ADJ CIN COUT ≥ 1µF R2 8
  9. 9. LR8Constant Current OperationThe LR8 may be configured to provide a constant current output. The current is independent of both supply voltage and load impedance.Constant current operation finds application in driving LEDs and trickle-charging NiCad batteries, as shown below. The trickle charger isfor applications that require battery backup (i.e. no cycling), such as emergency lights. Constant Current LED Driver NiCad Battery Trickle Charger R R LR8 LR8 15V to 15V 450V to 450VStart-up CircuitThe schematic below depicts a simplified off-line switching power supply using the LR8 for start-up. When VBOOT rises above the LR8’soutput voltage, the LR8 goes into standby mode, consuming very little current. All current is then supplied from the bootstrap circuit ratherthan from the high voltage source, increasing overall efficiency.The output voltage of the LR8 should be set high enough above the minimum operating voltage of the PWM controller, yet low enoughto ensure the bootstrap circuit takes over after start-up.With 240VAC input, instantaneous power dissipation can reach 3.4W (340VDC * 10mA). This level exceeds the LR8’s rating, but existsfor only as long as it takes for the supply to bootstrap. Thermal mass will prevent die temperature from rising quickly. If boot time is short,die temperatures will not reach the overtemperature protection trip point. It is advisable to mount the LR8 on 2 oz. copper with an areaof at least 2.5 square centimeters. Startup Current for Off-line Switching Power Supply bootstrap winding VBOOT D1 VIN VOUT PWM LR8 Controller AC R1Mains CIN COUT R2 9
  10. 10. LR8Comparison with Discrete Startup ImplementationsThe LR8 provides several advantages when compared with discretely implemented start-up circuits. Zener Implementation Transistor Implementation LR8 Implementation VIN VOUT VIN VOUT VIN LR8 VOUT Disadvantages • Continues to draw current from high voltage source after supply has bootstrapped, resulting in inefficiencies Advantages • Bias must be set for minimum input voltage, resulting in • LR8 goes into standby mode after supply has high current drain at high input voltages bootstrapped, drawing no current from high voltage • Poor regulation input • No current limit • Good regulation • No overtemperature protection • Built-in current limiting • In the Zener implementation, requires large power resistor • Overtemperature protection and ZenerExceeding LR8’s Current Limit for Startup ApplicationsThe LR8 has a built-in current limit of 10mA minimum. If the current drawn by the PWM controller exceeds this limit, the LR8 may still beused. To do this, the LR8’s output capacitor supplies a portion of the current until the power supply can bootstrap itself and the LR8 is nolonger needed. The following figure graphically illustrates how this is accomplished.Most PWM controllers have an undervoltage lockout (UVL) circuit or programmable start/stop voltages. When the voltage supplied to thePWM controller reaches the turn-on threshold, the controller begins operating and consuming current. If current exceeds the current limitfor the LR8, the voltage at VOUT begins to decay. With a large enough capacitor, the supply will bootstrap before voltage decays to the turn-off threshold. 1 Input voltage is applied. The LR8 begins operating (in current VIN 1 limiting mode since COUT appears as a short). VOUT begins to rise as COUT charges. The PWM controller draws a small amount of current. VOUT 4 2 The output voltage of the LR8 reaches the PWM controller’s VHYS turn-on threshold. Controller begins operating, drawing current. Bootstrap voltage begins climbing while VOUT decays since current drawn by the controller exceeds the LR8’s current limit. VBOOT tBOOT 2 3 3 Bootstrap voltage reaches the level of the LR8’s output and IPWM takes over. LR8 current drops to zero. 10mA ILR8 4 Power supply reaches steady-state operation. 0mA 10
  11. 11. LR8The minimum capacitance required for given boot-up time isgiven by the following equation: I PWM − I LIM COUT > t BOOT VHYS where COUT = Capacitor at LR8 output tBOOT = Time required for supply to bootstrap IPWM = Current used by PWM controller ILIM = LR8 current limit (10mA min) VHYS = PWM controller UVL hysteresisRemember that this equation is valid only when PWM currentexceeds the LR8’s current limit. 11/30/01rev.1 1235 Bordeaux Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94089 TEL: (408) 744-0100 • FAX: (408) 222-4895 11