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Unformatted text preview: LM3940 1A Low Dropout Regulator for 5V to 3.3V Conversion July 2007 LM3940 1A Low Dropout Regulator for 5V to 3.3V Conversion General Description The LM3940 is a 1A low dropout regulator designed to provide 3.3V from a 5V supply. The LM3940 is ideally suited for systems which contain both 5V and 3.3V logic, with prime power provided from a 5V bus. Because the LM3940 is a true low dropout regulator, it can hold its 3.3V output in regulation with input voltages as low as 4.5V. The T0-220 package of the LM3940 means that in most applications the full 1A of load current can be delivered without using an additional heatsink. The surface mount TO-263 package uses minimum board space, and gives excellent power dissipation capability when soldered to a copper plane on the PC board. Features ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Output voltage specified over temperature Excellent load regulation Guaranteed 1A output current Requires only one external component Built-in protection against excess temperature Short circuit protected Applications ■ Laptop/Desktop Computers ■ Logic Systems Typical Application 1208001 *Required if regulator is located more than 1″ from the power supply filter capacitor or if battery power is used. **See Application Hints. Connection Diagram/Ordering Information 1208002 1208010 3-Lead TO-220 Package (Front View) Order Part Number LM3940IT-3.3 NSC Drawing Number TO3B 3-Lead SOT-223 (Front View) Order Part Number LM3940IMP-3.3 Package Marked L52B NSC Drawing Number MP04A 1208003 3-Lead TO-263 Package (Front View) Order Part Number LM3940IS-3.3 NSC Drawing Number TS3B © 2007 National Semiconductor Corporation 12080 www.national.com LM3940 8-Lead LLP 1208027 16-Lead Ceramic Dual-in-Line Package (Top View) Order Part Number LM3940J-3.3-QML 5962-9688401QEA NSC Drawing Number J16A 1208030 Pin 2 and pin 7 are fused to center DAP Pin 5 and 6 need to be tied together on PCB board (Top View) Order Part Number LM3940LD-3.3 NSC Drawing Number LDC08A 1208028 16-Lead Ceramic Surface-Mount Package (Top View) Order Part Number LM3940WG-3.3-QML 5962-9688401QXA NSC Drawing Number WG16A www.national.com 2 LM3940 Absolute Maximum Ratings (Note 1) If Military/Aerospace specified devices are required, please contact the National Semiconductor Sales Office/ Distributors for availability and specifications. Storage Temperature Range −65°C to +150°C Lead Temperature (Soldering, 5 seconds) 260°C Power Dissipation (Note 2) Internally Limited Input Supply Voltage ESD Rating (Note 3) 7.5V 2 kV (Note 1) −40°C to +125°C VO + VDO Operating Ratings Junction Temperature Range, TJ Input Supply Voltage, VIN(MIN) Electrical Characteristics Limits in standard typeface are for TJ = 25°C, and limits in boldface type apply over the full operating temperature range. Unless otherwise specified: VIN = 5V, IL = 1A, COUT = 33 μF. Symbol Parameter Conditions 5 mA ≤ IL ≤ 1A IL = 5 mA 4.5V ≤ VIN ≤ 5.5V Typical LM3940 (Note 4) min VO Output Voltage Line Regulation 3.3 20 3.20 3.13 max 3.40 3.47 40 mV 35 50 80 mΩ 15 20 200 250 μV (rms) 0.8 1.0 150 200 1.2 V mV A V Units Load Regulation 50 mA ≤ IL ≤ 1A IL (DC) = 100 mA IL (AC) = 20 mA (rms) f = 120 Hz 4.5V ≤ VIN ≤ 5.5V IL = 5 mA VIN = 5V IL = 1A BW = 10 Hz–100 kHz IL = 5 mA IL = 1A IL = 100 mA RL = 0 ZO Output Impedance 35 10 110 150 0.5 110 1.7 IQ Quiescent Current mA en Output Noise Voltage VDO Dropout Voltage (Note 5) Short Circuit Current IL(SC) Thermal Performance Thermal Resistance Junction-to-Case, θJC Thermal Resistance Junction-to-Ambient, θJA 3-Lead TO-220 3-Lead TO-263 8-Lead LLP 3-Lead TO-220 3-Lead TO-263 8-Lead LLP (Note 2) 4 4 6 60 80 35 °C/W °C/W °C/W °C/W °C/W °C/W Note 1: Absolute maximum ratings indicate limits beyond which damage to the component may occur. Electrical specifications do not apply when operating the device outside of its rated operating conditions. Note 2: The maximum allowable power dissipation is a function of the maximum junction temperature, TJ, the junction-to-ambient thermal resistance, θJA, and the ambient temperature, TA. Exceeding the maximum allowable power dissipation will cause excessive die temperature, and the regulator will go into thermal shutdown. The value of θJA (for devices in still air with no heatsink) is 60°C/W for the TO-220 package, 80°C/W for the TO-263 package, and 174°C/W for the SOT-223 package. The effective value of θJA can be reduced by using a heatsink (see Application Hints for specific information on heatsinking). The value of θJA for the LLP package is specifically dependant on PCB trace area, trace material, and the number of layers and thermal vias. For improved thermal resistance and power dissipation for the LLP package, refer to Application Note AN-1187. The θJA rating for the LLP is with a JESD51-7 test board having 6 thermal vias under the exposed pad. Note 3: ESD rating is based on the human body model: 100 pF discharged through 1.5 kΩ. Note 4: All limits guaranteed for TJ = 25°C are 100% tested and are used to calculate Outgoing Quality Levels. All limits at temperature extremes are guaranteed via correlation using standard Statistical Quality Control (SQC) methods. Note 5: Dropout voltage is defined as the input-output differential voltage where the regulator output drops to a value that is 100 mV below the value that is measured at VIN = 5V. 3 www.national.com LM3940 Typical Performance Characteristics Dropout Voltage Dropout Voltage vs. Temperature 1208013 1208014 Output Voltage vs. Temperature Quiescent Current vs. Temperature 1208015 1208016 Quiescent Current vs. VIN Quiescent Current vs. Load 1208017 1208018 www.national.com 4 LM3940 Line Transient Response Load Transient Response 1208019 1208020 Ripple Rejection Low Voltage Behavior 1208021 1208022 Output Impedance Peak Output Current 1208023 1208024 5 www.national.com LM3940 Application Hints EXTERNAL CAPACITORS The output capacitor is critical to maintaining regulator stability, and must meet the required conditions for both ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance) and minimum amount of capacitance. MINIMUM CAPACITANCE: The minimum output capacitance required to maintain stability is 33 μF (this value may be increased without limit). Larger values of output capacitance will give improved transient response. ESR LIMITS: The ESR of the output capacitor will cause loop instability if it is too high or too low. The acceptable range of ESR plotted versus load current is shown in the graph below. It is essential that the output capacitor meet these requirements, or oscillations can result. HEATSINKING A heatsink may be required depending on the maximum power dissipation and maximum ambient temperature of the application. Under all possible operating conditions, the junction temperature must be within the range specified under Absolute Maximum Ratings. To determine if a heatsink is required, the power dissipated by the regulator, PD, must be calculated. The figure below shows the voltages and currents which are present in the circuit, as well as the formula for calculating the power dissipated in the regulator: 1208006 IIN = IL + IG PD = (VIN − VOUT) IL + (VIN) IG FIGURE 2. Power Dissipation Diagram The next parameter which must be calculated is the maximum allowable temperature rise, TR (max). This is calculated by using the formula: TR (max) = TJ (max) − TA (max) Where: TJ (max) is the maximum allowable junction temperature, which is 125°C for commercial grade parts. TA (max) is the maximum ambient temperature which will be encountered in the application. Using the calculated values for TR(max) and PD, the maximum allowable value for the junction-to-ambient thermal resistance, θ(JA), can now be found: 1208005 FIGURE 1. ESR Limits It is important to note that for most capacitors, ESR is specified only at room temperature. However, the designer must ensure that the ESR will stay inside the limits shown over the entire operating temperature range for the design. For aluminum electrolytic capacitors, ESR will increase by about 30X as the temperature is reduced from 25°C to −40° C. This type of capacitor is not well-suited for low temperature operation. Solid tantalum capacitors have a more stable ESR over temperature, but are more expensive than aluminum electrolytics. A cost-effective approach sometimes used is to parallel an aluminum electrolytic with a solid Tantalum, with the total capacitance split about 75/25% with the Aluminum being the larger value. If two capacitors are paralleled, the effective ESR is the parallel of the two individual values. The “flatter” ESR of the Tantalum will keep the effective ESR from rising as quickly at low temperatures. θ(JA) = TR (max)/PD IMPORTANT: If the maximum allowable value for θ(JA) is found to be ≥ 60°C/W for the TO-220 package, ≥ 80°C/W for the TO-263 package, or ≥174°C/W for the SOT-223 package, no heatsink is needed since the package alone will dissipate enough heat to satisfy these requirements. If the calculated value for θ(JA)falls below these limits, a heatsink is required. HEATSINKING TO-220 PACKAGE PARTS The TO-220 can be attached to a typical heatsink, or secured to a copper plane on a PC board. If a copper plane is to be used, the values of θ(JA) will be the same as shown in the next section for the TO-263. www.national.com 6 LM3940 If a manufactured heatsink is to be selected, the value of heatsink-to-ambient thermal resistance, θ(H−A), must first be calculated: θ(H−A) = θ(JA) − θ(C−H) − θ(J−C) Where: θ(J−C) is defined as the thermal resistance from the junction to the surface of the case. A value of 4°C/W can be assumed for θ(J−C) for this calculation.    θ(C−H) is defined as the thermal resistance between the case and the surface of the heatsink. The value of θ(C−H) will vary from about 1.5°C/W to about 2.5°C/W (depending on method of attachment, insulator, etc.). If the exact value is unknown, 2°C/W should be assumed for θ(C −H). When a value for θ(H−A) is found using the equation shown, a heatsink must be selected that has a value that is less than or equal to this number. θ(H−A) is specified numerically by the heatsink manufacturer in the catalog, or shown in a curve that plots temperature rise vs. power dissipation for the heatsink. HEATSINKING TO-263 AND SOT-223 PACKAGE PARTS Both the TO-263 (“S”) and SOT-223 (“MP”) packages use a copper plane on the PCB and the PCB itself as a heatsink. To optimize the heat sinking ability of the plane and PCB, solder the tab of the package to the plane. Figure 3 shows for the TO-263 the measured values of θ(JA) for different copper area sizes using a typical PCB with 1 ounce copper and no solder mask over the copper area used for heatsinking. 1208008 FIGURE 4. Maximum Power Dissipation vs. TAMB for the TO-263 Package Figure 5 and Figure 6 show the information for the SOT-223 package. Figure 6 assumes a θ(JA) of 74°C/W for 1 ounce copper and 51°C/W for 2 ounce copper and a maximum junction temperature of 125°C. 1208011 FIGURE 5. θ(JA) vs. Copper (2 ounce) Area for the SOT-223 Package 1208007 FIGURE 3. θ(JA) vs. Copper (1 ounce) Area for the TO-263 Package As shown in the figure, increasing the copper area beyond 1 square inch produces very little improvement. It should also be observed that the minimum value of θ(JA) for the TO-263 package mounted to a PCB is 32°C/W. As a design aid, Figure 4 shows the maximum allowable power dissipation compared to ambient temperature for the TO-263 device (assuming θ(JA) is 35°C/W and the maximum junction temperature is 125°C). 1208012 FIGURE 6. Maximum Power Dissipation vs. TAMB for the SOT-223 Package Please see AN1028 for power enhancement techniques to be used with the SOT-223 package. 7 www.national.com LM3940 Physical Dimensions inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted 3-Lead SOT-223 Package Order Part Number LM3940IMP-3.3 NSC Package Number MP04A 3-Lead TO-220 Package Order Part Number LM3940IT-3.3 NSC Package Number TO3B www.national.com 8 LM3940 3-Lead TO-263 Package Order Part Number LM3940IS-3.3 NSC Package Number TS3B 16-Lead Ceramic Dual-in-Line Package Order Part Number LM3940J-3.3-QML 5962-9688401QEA NSC Drawing Number J16A 9 www.national.com LM3940 16-Lead Ceramic Surface-Mount Package Order Part Number LM3940WG-3.3-QML 5962-9688401QXA NSC Package Number WG16A 8-Lead LLP Order Part Number LM3940LD-3.3 NSC Package Number LDC08A www.national.com 10 LM3940 Notes 11 www.national.com LM3940 1A Low Dropout Regulator for 5V to 3.3V Conversion Notes THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR CORPORATION (“NATIONAL”) PRODUCTS. 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