1982 LINEAR DIVISION PRODUCTS

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1982 Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation' 313 Fairchild Drive, Mountain View, California 94042 • Printed in U.S.A.

Fairchild reserves the right to make changes in the circuitry or specifications in this book at any time without notice. Manufactured under one of the following U.S. Patents: 2981877, 3015048, 3064167, 3108359, 3117260, other patents pending. Fairchild cannot assume responsibility for use of any circuitry described other than circuitry entirely embodied in a Fairchild product. No other circuit patent licenses are implied. Printed in U.S.A. 610000 100M January 1982

Introduction
Product specifications in this data book cover the current standard linear product line. The data sheets included are organized in sections by type of product-Operational Amplifier, Comparator, Voltage Regulator, Interface, Data Acquisition, Telecommunication, and Special Function. In addition, a separate section covers hybrid voltage regulators. Basic product specifications are listed on each data sheet, including maximum ratings, electrical characteristics, performance curves, and packaging information. For many products, typical applications and test circuits are also included. A separate section on packaging includes detailed information about the various packages available. The codes included on each data sheet indicate the specific package(s) offered for the product. An industry cross reference 'keys Fairchild linear products to direct replacements and functional equivalents offered by other major linear product manufacturers. In addition, there is an alpha-numeric product listing including all basic part numbers. Electrical, temperature, and package variations as indicated by suffixes are not included in the alpha-numeric listing. These variations are indicated on the data sheet referenced under Order Information. An explanation of the part numbering method appears at the beginning of the packaging section. Information about high reliability linear products and any other product information may be obtained from a local sales office or by contacting: Fairchild Linear Products Marketing Department MS 4-370 313 Fairchild Drive Mountain View, California 94042 Any inquiries involving the hybrid voltage regulators included in this data book should be directed to: Fairchild Hybrid Products Marketing Department MS 19-1425 369 Whisman Road Mountain View, California 94042 The specifications included in this data book are as current and correct as could reasonably be determined at time of printing. Any errors noted by users, whether involving content or omission, can be directed to Linear Marketing at the above address; such information would be appreciated.

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Table of Contents

Section One Page Alpha Numeric Index .......................... 1-3 Industry Cross Reference ...................... 1-5 Ordering Information ......................... 1-10

Section Two Voltage Regulators Testing ...................................... 2-3 Thermal Considerations ........................ 2-7 ~A7800 Series .............................. 2-14 ~A78MOO Series ............................ 2-28 ~A78LOO Series ............................. 2-43 ~A109, ~A209, ~A309 ........................ 2-51 ~A7900 Series .............................. 2-57 ~A 79MOO Series ............................ 2-66 ~A78G, ~A79G .............................. 2-74 ~A78MG, ~A79MG ........................... 2-84 ~A723 ..................................... 2-94 ~A105, ~A205, ~A305, ~A305A, ~A376 ....... 2-102 ~A 117, ~A217, ~A317 ...................... 2-109 ~A431 .................................... 2-115 ~A78S40 .................................. 2-119 ~A494 .................................... 2-126

Section Four Operational Amplifiers (Cont.) Page ~A791 ...... , ............................. 4-109 ~A798 .................................... 4-115 ~A 101, ~A201 ............................. 4-121 ~A101A, ~A201A, ~A301A ................... 4-123 ~A107, ~A207, ~A307 ...................... 4-131 ~A108/A, ~A208/A, ~A308/A ............... 4-137 ~A318 .................................... 4-145 ~A124, ~A224, ~A324, ~A2902 .............. 4-151 ~A 148, ~A248, ~A348 ..................... .4-156 ~A1458, ~A1558 ........... , ............... 4-161 ~A3303, ~A3403 ........................... 4-166 ~A4136 ................................... 4-174

Section Five Comparators ~A710 ...................................... 5-3 ~A711 ..................................... 5-10 ~A734 ..................................... 5-16 ~A760 ..................................... 5-26 ~A 111, ~A311 .............................. 5-33 ~A 139, ~A239, ~A339, ~A290 1, ~A3302 ........ 5-40 ~A193, ~A293, ~A393, ~A2903 ................ 5-49

Section Three Hybrid Voltage Regulators ~A78H05A ................................... 3-3 ~A78P05 .................................... 3-7 ~A78H12A .................................. 3-11 ~A78HGA .................................. 3-15 ~A79HG .................................... 3-19 SH323, SH223, SH123 ....................... 3-23 SH1605 ..................................... 3-27

'Section Four Operational Amplifiers Testing ...................................... 4-3 ~A709 ...................................... 4-9 ~A714 , ........................... , ........ 4-17 ~A715 ..................................... 4-25 ~A725 ..................................... 4-33 ~A739, ~A749 .............................. 4-44 ~A741 ..................................... 4-55 ~A747 ..................................... 4-64 ~A748 ..................................... 4-73 ~A759 ..................................... 4-83 ~A771,ILA772, ~A774 ....................... .4-92 ~A776 ..................................... 4-99

Section Six Interface ~A9614 ..................................... 6-3 ~A9615 ................... , ................ 6-10 ~A9616 .................................... 6-17 ~A9627, ~A9627C .......... , ................ 6-22 ~A9636A ................................... 6-27 ~A9637 A ................................... 6-31 ~A9638 .................................... 6-35 ~A 1488 .................................... 6-38 ~A 1489, ~A 1489A ........................... 6-42 ~A75107A, ~A75107B, ~A75108B ............. 6-46 ~A55/75110A .............................. 6-55 ~A75150 ................................... 6-59 ~A75154 .................. , ................ 6-63 ~A9640 (26S10) ............................ 6-69 ~A3448A ................................... 6-72 ~A8T26A, ~A8T28 ........................... 6-78 ~A9643 .................................... 6-84 ~A9645 (3245) .............................. 6-87 ~A9665/6/7 /8 ............................. 6-90 ~A75450/60/70 ............................ 6-96 ~A75491, ~A75492 ......................... 6-114 ~A438 .................................... 6-118
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Table of Contents

Section Seven Data Acquisition

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Section Ten Page Hi Rei Processing ........................... 10-3

,uA9650 ..................................... 7-3 ,uA9706 ..................................... 7-9 ,uA9708 .................................... 7-14 ,uA 198, ,uA298, ,uA398 ........................ 7-21 ,uA565 ..................................... 7-26 ,uA571 ..................................... 7-33 ,uA080 1 (OAC-08) ........................... 7-42 ,uA0802 (MC 1508/1408) ..................... 7 -51

Section Eleven Package Outlines ........................... 11-3

Section Twelve Fairchild Sales Offices ...................... 12-3 Section Eight Telecommunications
,uA3680 ,uA5116 ,uA5151 ,uA5156 ..................................... 8-3 ..................................... 8-7 .................................... 8-18 .................................... 8-29

Section Nine Special Functions
,uA555 ...................................... 9-3 ,uA556 ...................................... 9-9 ,uA726 ..................................... 9-15 ,uA727 ..................................... ~18 ,uA733 ..................................... 9-22 ,uA 757 ..................................... 9-29 ,uA2240 .................................... 9-36 ,uA3086 .................................... 9-46 ,uA7392 .................................... 9-51

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Indices, Cross Reference and Order Information

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Alpha Numeric Index

Device ""A8T26A ""A8T28A ""A78G ""A78HGA ""A78H05A ""A78H12A ""A78L05A ""A78L62A ""A78L82A ""A78L98A ""A78L12A ""A78L15A ""A78M05 ""A78M06 ""A78M08 ""A78M12 ""A78M15 ""A78M24 ""A78MG ""A78P05 ""A78S40 ""A79G ""A79HG ""A79M05 ""A79M08 ""A79M12 ""A79M15 ""A79MG ""Al0l ""Al01A ""Al05 ""A 107 ""A 108 ""Al08A ""A 109 ""A 111 ""Al17 ""A124 ""A139 ""A148 ""A 193 ""A 193A ""A198 ""A201 ""A201A ""A207 ""A208 ""A208A ""A209 ""A217 ""A224 ""A239 ""A239A

Description Interface Interface Voltage Regulator Hybrid Voltage Regulator Hybrid Voltage Regulator Hybrid Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Hybrid Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Hybrid Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Comparator Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Comparator Operational Amplifier Comparator Comparator Data Acquisition Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Comparator Comparator

Page 6-78 6-78 2-74 3-15 3-3 3-11 2-43 2-43 2-43 2-43 2-43 2-43 2-28 2-28 2-28 2-28 2-28 2-28 2-84 3-7 2-119 2-74 3-19 2-66 2-66 2-66 2-66 2-84 4-121 4-123 2-102 4-131 4-137 4-137 2-51 5-33 2-109 4-151 5-40 4-156 5-49 5-49 7-21 4-121 4-123 4-131 4-137 4-137 2-51 2-109 4-151 5-40 5-40
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Device ""A248 ""A293 ""A293A ""A298 ""A301A ""A305 ""A305A ""A307 ""A308 ""A308A ""A309 ""A311 ""A317 ""A318 ""A324 ""A339 ""A339A ""A348 ""A376 ""A393 ""A393A ""A398 ""A431A ""A438 ""A494 ""A555 ""A556 ""A565 ""A571 ""A709 ""A709A ""A709C ""A710 ""A711 ""A714 ""A715 ""A723 ""A725 ""A725A ""A726 ""A727 ""A 733 ""A734 ""A739 ""A741 ""A747 ""A748 ""A749 ""A757 ""A759 ""A760 ""A771 ""A772

Description Operational Amplifier Comparator Comparator Data Acquisition Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Comparator Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Comparator Comparator Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Comparator Comparator Data Acquisition Voltage Regulator Interface Voltage Regulator Special Function Special Function Data Acquisition Data Acquisition Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Comparator Comparator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Voltage Regulator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Special Function Special Function Special Function Comparator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Special Function Operational Amplifier Comparator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier

Page 4-156 5-49 5-49 7-21 4-123 2-102 2-102 4-131 4-137 4-137 2-51 5-33 2-109 4-145 4-151 5-40 5-40 4-156 2-102 5-49 5-49 7-21 2-115 6-118 2-126 9-3 9-9 7-26 7-33 4-9 4-9 4-9 5-3 5-10 4-17 4-25 2-94 4-33 4-33 9-15 9-18 9-22 5-16 4-44 4-55 4-64 4-73 4-44 9-29 4-83 5-26 4-92 4-92

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Alpha Numeric Index
Device Description Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Data Acquisition Data Acquisition Operational Amplifier Interface Interface Operational Amplifier Special Function Comparator Operational Amplifier Comparator Special Function Comparator Operational Amplifier Operational Amplifier Interface Telecommunication Operational Amplifier Telecommunication Telecommunication Telecommunication Special Function Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Voltage Regulator Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Data Acquisition Interface Interface Interface Interface Data Acquisition Data Acquisition Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Page Device Description Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Hybrid Voltage Hybrid Voltage Hybrid Voltage Hybrid Voltage Page

IlA774 IlA776 IlA791 IlA798 IlA0801 IlA0802 IlA1458 IlA1488 IlA1489 IlA1558 IlA2240 IlA2901 IlA2902 IlA2903 IlA3086 IlA3302 IlA3303 IlA3403 IlA3448 IlA3680 IlA4136 IlA5116 IlA5151 IlA5156 IlA7392 IlA7805 IlA7806 IlA7808 IlA7885 IlA7812 IlA7815 IlA7818 IlA7824 IlA7905 IlA7908 IlA7912 IlA7915 IlA9614 IlA9615 IlA9616 IlA9627 IlA9636A IlA9637A IlA9638 IlA9640 IlA9643 IlA9645 IlA9650 IlA9665 IlA9666 IlA9667 IlA9668 IlA9706 IlA9708 IlA55107A IlA55110A IlA75107A IlA75107B IlA75108B IlA75110A IlA75150 IlA75154

4-92 4-99 4-109 4-115 7-42 7-51 4-161 6-38 6-42 4-161 9-36 5-40 4-151 5-49 9-46 5-40 4-166 4-166 6-72 8-3 4-174 8-7 8-18 8-29 9-51 2-14 2-14 2-14 2-14 2-14 2-14 2-14 2-14 2-57 2-57 2-57 2-57 6-3 6-10 6-17 6-22 6-27 6-31 6-35 6-69 6-84 6-87 7-3 6-90 6-90 6-90 6-90 7-9 7-14 6-46 6-55 6-46 6-46 6-46 6-55 6-59 6-63
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IlA75450B IlA75451A IlA75451B IlA75452A IlA75452B IlA75453A IlA75453B IlA75461 IlA75462 IlA75471 IlA75472 IlA75491 IlA75492 SH123 SH223 SH323 SH1605

Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator

6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-96 6-114 6-114 3-23 3-23 3-23 3-27

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Industry Cross Reference Guide

Part Number AMD
715DC 715HC 715DM 715HM 723DC 723DM 723HC 723HM 723PC 725HC 725HM 733DC 733DM 733HC 733HM 741FM 741HC 741HM 741AFM 741AHM 741EHC 747DC 747DM 747HC 747HM 747PC 747ADM 747AHM 747EDC 747EHC 748HC 748HM AM1408L6 AM1408L7 AM1408L8 AM1458H AM1508L8 AM1558H DAC-08CQ DAC-08EQ DAC-08Q LM101H LM101AH LM105H LM108H LM108AH LM111H LM124D

Fairchild Equivalent

Part Number AMD (Cont.)

Fairchild Equivalent

Part Number INTERSIL (Cont.)

Fairchild Equivalent

J.lA715DC J.lA715HC J.lA715DM J.lA715HM J.lA723DC J.lA723DM J.lA723HC J.lA723HM J.lA723PC J.lA725HC J.lA725HM J.lA733DC J.lA733DM J.lA733HC J.lA733HM J.lA741FM J.lA741HC J.lA741HM J.lA741AFM J.lA741AHM J.lA741EHC J.lA747DC J.lA747DM J.lA747HC J.lA747HM J.lA747PC J.lA747ADM J.lA747AHM J.lA747EDC J.lA747EHC J.lA748HC J.lA748HM J.lA0802CDC J.lA0802BDC J.lA0802ADC J.lA1458HC J.lA0802DM J.lA1558HM J.lA0801CDC J.lA0801EDC J.lA0801DM J.lA101HM J.lA101AHM J.lA105HM J.lA108HM J.lA1 08AHM J.lA111HM J.lA124DM

LM139D LM139AD LM201H LM201AH LM208H LM208AH LM224D LM239D LM239AD LM301AH LM305H LM305AH LM308H LM308AH LM311H LM324D LM324N LM339D LM339N LM339AD LM339AN

J.lA139DM J.lA139ADM J.lA201HC J.lA201AHM J.lA208HM J.lA208AHM J.lA224DV J.lA239DC J.lA239ADC J.lA301AHC J.lA305HC J.lA305AHC J.lA308HC J.lA308AHC J.lA311HC J.lA324DC J.lA324PC J.lA339DC J.lA339PC J.lA339ADC J.lA339APC

J.lA723HM J.lA723PC J.lA733HC J.lA733HM J.lA741FM J.lA741HC J.lA741HM J.lA741TC J.lA748HC J.lA748HM J.lA748TC

J.lA723HM J.lA723PC J.lA733HC J.lA733HM J.lA741FM J.lA741HC J.lA741HM J.lA741TC J.lA748HC J.lA748HM J.lA748TC

MOTOROLA
LM101AH LM105HM LM108H LM108AH LM109K LM111H LM111J-8 LM117K LM124J LM139J LM139AJ LM201AH LM208H LM208AH LM209K LM217K LM224J LM239AJ LM239J LM293H LM293AH LM301AH LM301AN LM305H LM308AH LM308AN LM308H LM308N LM309K LM311H LM311J-8 LM311N LM317K LM317T LM324J J.lA101AHM J.lA105HM J.lA108HM J.lA1 08AHM J.lA109KM J.lA111HM J.lA111RM J.lA117KM J.lA124DM J.lA139DM J.lA139ADM J.lA201AHM J.lA208HM J.lA208AHM J.lA209KM J.lA217UV J.lA224DV J.lA239ADC J.lA239DC *J.lA293RC *J.lA293ARC J.lA301AHC J.lA301ATC J.lA305HC J.lA308AHC J.lA308ATC J.lA308HC J.lA308TC J.lA309KC J.lA311HC J.lA311RC J.lA311TC J.lA317KC J.lA317UC J.lA324DC

INTERSIL
ICL 108LNTY ICL741CHSPA ICL 7 41 MHSTY LM101AH LM105H LM108H LM108AH LM111H LM124J LM301AH LM301AN LM305H LM308H LM308N LM308AH LM308AN LM311H LM311N LM324J LM324N-14 NE555N NE556N J.lA723DC J.lA723DM J.lA723HC J.lA108HM J.lA741TC J.lA741HM J.lA101AHM J.lA105HM J.lA108HM J.lA108AHM J.lA111HM J.lA124DM J.lA301AHC J.lA301ATC J.lA305HC J.lA308HC J.lA308TC J.lA308AHC J.lA308ATC J.lA311HC J.lA311TC J.lA324DC J.lA324PC J.lA555TC J.lA556PC J.lA723DC J.lA723DM J.lA723HC

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Industry Cross Reference Guide
Part Number Fairchild Equivalent Part Number Fairchild Equivalent Part Number Fairchild Equivalent

MOTOROLA (Cont.) LM339AJ ILA339ADC LM339J ILA339DC LM393AN ILA393ATC LM393N ILA393TC LM710CH ILA710HC LM711CH ILA711HC LM723CH ILA723HC LM723CJ ILA723DC LM741CH ILA741HC LM741CN ILA741TC LM2901N ILA2901PC LM2902N ILA2902PV LM2903N ILA2903TC MC1408L6 ILA0802CDC MC1408L7 ILA0802BDC MC1408L8 ILA0802ADC MC1408P6 ILA0802CPC MC1408P7 ILA0802BPC MC1408P8 ILA0802APC MC1411P ILA9665PC MC1412P ILA9666PC MC1413P ILA9667PC MC1416P ILA9668PC MC1455P1 ILA555TC MC1458CG ILA1458CHC MC1458CP1 ILA1458CTC MC1458CU ILA1458CRC MC1458G ILA1458HC MC1458P1 ILA1458TC MC1458U ILA1458RC MC1488L ILA1488DC MC1488P ILA1488PC MC1489L ILA1489DC MC1489P ILA1489PC MC1489AL ILA1489ADC MC1489AP ILA1489APC MC1508L8 ILA0802DM MC1558G ILA1558HM MC1558U ILA1558RM MC1709CP1 ILA709TC MC1709CP2 ILA709PC MC1709G ILA709HM MC1710CG ILA710HC MC1710CL ILA710DC MC1710CP ILA710PC MC1710G ILA710HM MC1710L ILA710DM MC1711CG ILA711HC MC1711CL ILA711DC MC1711CP ILA711PC MC1711G ILA711HM MC1711L ILA711DM MC1723CG ILA723HC MC1723CL ILA723DC MC1723CP ILA723PC MC1723G ILA723HM MC1723L ILA723DM MC1733G ILA733HM MC1733L ILA733DM
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MOTOROLA (Cont.) MC1733CG ILA733HC MC1733CL ILA733DC MC1741CG ILA741HC MC1741CP1 ILA741TC MC1741CU ILA741RC MC1741G ILA741HM MC1747CG ILA747HC MC1747CL ILA747DC MC1747CP2 ILA747PC MC1747G ILA747HM MC1747L ILA747DM MC1748CG ILA748HC MC1748CP1 ILA748TC MC1748G ILA748HM MC1776CG ILA776HC MC1776CP1 ILA776TC MC1776G ILA776HM MC3302L ILA3302DC MC3302P ILA3302PC MC3303P ILA3303PC MC3386P ILA3086PC MC3403L ILA3403DC MC3403P ILA3403PC MC3440AP ILA9640PC MC3443P ILA9640PC MC3448AL ILA3448ADC MC3448AP ILA3448APC MC3456P ILA556PC MC3458P1 ILA798TC MC3488AP ILA9636AT MC3558U *ILA798TC MC55107L ILA55107ADM MC75107L ILA75107ADC MC75107P ILA75107APC MC75450P ILA75450BPC MC75451U ILA75451ARC MC75452U ILA75452ARC MC75453U ILA75453ARC MC75461P ILA75461TC MC75462P ILA75462TC MC75491P ILA75491 PC MC75492P ILA75492PC MC7805K ILA7805KM MC7805CK ILA7805KC MC7805CT ILA7805UC MC7806CK ILA7806KC MC7806CT ILA7806UC MC7812K ILA7812KM MC7812CK ILA7812KC MC7812CT ILA7812UC MC7815K ILA7815KM MC7815CK ILA7815KC MC7815CT ILA7815UC MC7818K ILA7818KM MC7818CK ILA7818KC MC7818CT ILA7818UC MC7824K ILA7824KM MC7824CK ILA7824KC MC7824CT ILA7824UC

MOTOROLA (Cont.) MC78L05ACP ILA78L05AWC MC78L 12ACP ILA78L 12AWC MC78L 15ACP ILA78L 15AWC MC78M05CG ILA78M05HC MC78M05CT ILA78M05UC MC78M06CG ILA78M06HC MC78M06CT ILA78M06UC MC78M08CG ILA78M08HC MC78M08CT ILA78M08UC MC78M12CG ILA78M12HC MC78M12CT ILA78M12UC MC78M15CT ILA78M15UC MC78M24CT ILA78M24UC MC7905CK ILA7905KC MC7905CT ILA7905UC MC7908CK ILA7908KC MC7908CT ILA7908UC MC7912CK ILA7912KC MC7912CT ILA7912UC MC7915CK ILA7915KC MC7915CT ILA7915UC MC8T26AP ILA8T26APC MC8T26AL ILA8T26ADC MC8T28AP ILA8T28PC MC8T28AL ILA8T28DC SN75451BP *ILA75451BTC SN75452BP ILA75452BTC SN75453BP ILA75453BTC ILA710HC ILA710HC ILA711HC ILA711HC ILA723DC ILA723DC ILA723HC ILA723HC ILA723PC ILA723PC ILA741HC ILA741HC ILA741TC ILA741TC NATIONAL DS75107J DS75107N DS75108N DS75450N DS75451J-8 DS75451N DS75452J-8 DS75452N DS75453J-8 DS75453N DS75461N DS75462N DS75491N DS75492N DS8T26AJ DS8T28J LF351N LF353N LF398H LM101AH LM105H LM108H

ILA75107ADC ILA75107APC ILA75108BPC ILA75450BPC ILA75451 ARC ILA75451ATC ILA75452ARC ILA75452ATC ILA75453ARC ILA75453ATC ILA75461TC ILA75462TC ILA75491PC ILA75492PC ILA8T26ADM ILA8T28DM ILA771TC ILA772TC ILA398HC ILA101AHM ILA105HM ILA108HM

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Industry Cross Reference Guide
Part Number NATIONAL (Cont.)
LM108H LM109K LM111H LM124J LM139J LM139AJ LM140K-5.0 LM140K-8.0 LM140K-12 LM140K-15 LM140K-18 LM140K-24 LM201AH LM208H LM208AH LM209K LM224J LM239J LM239AJ LM301AH LM301AN LM305H LM305AH LM308H LM308N LM308AH LM308AN LM309K LM311H LM311J-8 LM311N LM317K LM317T LM324J LM324N LM339J LM339N LM339AJ LM339AN LM340K-5.0 LM340T-5.0 LM340K-6.0 LM340K-8.0 LM340K-12 LM340T-12 LM340K-15 LM340T-15 LM340K-18 LM340K-24 LM348J LM348N LM376N LM393N LM555CN LM556CN LM709H LM709CH LM709CN LM709CN-8 J.LA108AHM J.LA109KM J.LA111HM J.LA124DM J.LA139DM J.LA139ADM J.LA7805KM J.LA7808KM J.LA7812KM J.LA7815KM J.LA7818KM J.LA7824KM J.LA201AHM J.LA208HM J.LA208AHM J.LA209KM J.LA224DV J.LA239DC J.LA239ADC J.LA301AHC J.LA301ATC J.LA305HC J.LA305AHC J.LA308HC J.LA308TC J.LA308AHC J.LA308ATC J.LA309KC J.LA311HC J.LA311RC J.LA311TC J.LA317KC J.LA317UC J.LA324DC J.LA324PC J.LA339DC J.LA339PC J.LA339ADC J.LA339APC J.LA7805KC J.LA7805UC J.LA7806KC J.LA7808KC J.LA7812KC J.LA7812UC J.LA7815KC J.LA7815UC J.LA7818KC J.LA7824KC J.LA348DC J.LA348PC J.LA376TC J.LA393TC J.LAb55TC J.LA556PC J.LA709HM J.LA709HC J.LA709PC J.LA709TC

Fairchild Equivalent

Part Number
LM709AH LM710H LM710CH LM710CN LM711H LM711CH LM711CN LM723H LM723J LM723CH LM723CJ LM723CN LM725H LM725CH LM725CN LM733H LM733CH LM733CN LM741H LM741AH LM741CH LM741CJ LM741CN LM741EH LM741EN LM747H LM747J LM747AH LM747AJ LM747CH LM747CJ LM747CN LM747EH LM747EJ LM748H LM748CH LM748CN LM760CH LM1458H LM1458J LM1458N LM1558H LM1558J LM2901N LM2901J LM2903N LM3086N LM3302J LM3302N LM7805CK LM7805CT LM7812CK LM7812CT LM7815CK LM7815CT LM78L05ACZ LM78L 12ACZ LM78L 15ACZ LM78M05CP

Fairchild Equivalent
J.LA709AHM J.LA710HM J.LA710HC J.LA710PC J.LA711HM J.LA711HC J.LA711PC J.LA723HM J.LA723DM J.LA723HC J.LA723DC J.LA723PC J.LA725HM J.LA725HC J.LA725TC J.LA733HM J.LA733HC J.LA733PC J.LA741HM J.LA741AHM J.LA741HC J.LA741RC J.LA741TC J.LA741EHC J.LA741 ETC J.LA747HM J.LA747DM J.LA747AHM J.LA747ADM J.LA747HC J.LA747DC J.LA747PC J.LA747EHC J.LA747EDC J.LA748HM J.LA748HC J.LA748TC J.LA760HC J.LA1458HC J.LA1458RC J.LA1458TC J.LA1558HM J.LA1558RM J.LA2901PC J.LA2901DC J.LA2903TC J.LA3086PC J.LA3302DC J.LA3302PC J.LA7805KC J.LA7805UC J.LA7812KC J.LA7812UC J.LA7815KC J.LA7815UC J.LA78L05AWC J.LA78L 12AWC J.LA78L 15AWC °J.LA78M05UC

Part Number
LM78M12CP LM78M15CP LM7905CK LM7905CT LM7912CK LM7912CT LM7915CK LM7915CT LM7905CH LM7912CH LM7915CH

Fairchild Equivalent
°J.LA78M12UC °J.LA78M15UC J.LA7905KC J.LA7905UC J.LA7912KC J.LA7912UC J.LA7915KC J.LA7915UC J.LA79M05AHC J.LA79M12AHC J.LA79M15AHC

NATIONAL (Cont.)

NATIONAL (Cont.)

PMI
CMP-03AJ CMP-03AZ CMP-04BY CMP-04FY DAC-08Q DAC-08Q DAC-08CP DAC-08CP DAC-08CQ DAC-08CQ DAC-08EP DAC-08EP DAC-08EQ DAC-08EQ DAC1408A-6P DAC1408A-6Q DAC1408A-7P DAC1408A-7Q DAC1408A-8P DAC 1408A-8Q DAC1508A-8Q OP-07J OP-07CJ OP-07EJ PM108J PM108AJ PM111J PM111Z PM139Y PM208J PM208AJ PM308J PM308P PM308AJ PM308AP PM311J PM311Z PM339Y PM339AY PM725J PM725CJ PM725CP PM741J PM741CJ PM741CZ PM1458J J.LA111HM J.LA111RM J.LA139DM J.LA239DC J.LA0801DM J.LA0802DM J.LA0801CPC J.LA0802BPC J.LA0801CDC J.LA0802BDC J.LA0801EPC J.LA0802APC J.LA0801EDC J.LA0802ADC J.LA0802CPC J.LA0802CDC J.LA0802BPC J.LA0802BDC J.LA0802APC J.LA0802ADC J.LA0802DM J.LA714HM J.LA714HC J.LA714EHC J.LA108HM J.LA108AHM J.LA111HM J.LA111RM J.LA139DM J.LA208HM J.LA208AHM J.LA308HC J.LA308TC J.LA308AHC J.LA308ATC J.LA311HC J.LA311RC J.LA339DC J.LA339ADC J.LA725HM J.LA725HC J.LA725TC J.LA741HM J.LA741HC J.LA741RC J.LA1458HC

·Note Not exact package replacement
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Industry Cross Reference Guide
Part Number PMI (Cont.) PM1458Z PM1558J PM1558Z SIGNETICS LM101AH LMlllH LM124F LM139F LM193FE LM201AN LM224N LM224F LM301AN LM324N LM324F LM339N LM339F LM2901F LM2901N LM2903FE LM2903N MC1458FE MC1458H MC1458N MC1488N MC1488F MC1489N MC1489F MC1489AN MC1489AF MC1558H MC1558FE MC3302N MC3302F NE5501 ULN2001N ULN2003F ULN2003N ULN2004F ULN2004N ILA723F ILA723H ILA723CF ILA723CH ILA723CN ILA733F pA733H ILA733CF ILA733CH ILA733CN ILA741FE ILA741CFE ILA741CN ILA747F ILA747H ILA747CF pA747CH ILA747CN ILA748CN
'N ote

Fairchild Equivalent
ILA1458RC ILA1558HM ILA1558RM ILA101AHM ILA 1l1HM ILA124DM ILA139DM pA193RM 'ILA201AHM /LA224PV ILA224DV ILA301ATC ILA324PC ILA324DC ILA339PC ILA339DC ILA2901DC ILA2901PC ILA2903RC ILA2903TC ILA1458RC ILA1458HC ILA1458TC ILA1488PC ILA 1488DC ILA1489PC pA1489DC ILA1489APC ILA1489ADC ILA1558HM ILA1558RM ILA3302PC ILA3302DC ILA9665PC ILA9665PC ILA9667DC ILA9667PC ILA9668DC pA9668PC ILA723DM ILA723HM ILA723DC pA723HC ILA723PC ILA733DM pA733HM ILA733DC ILA733HC ILA733PC ILA741RM ILA741RC ILA741TC ILA747DM ILA747HM ILA747DC pA747HC pA747PC ILA748TC

Part Number SILICON GENERAL SG10H SG101AT SG105T SG108T SG108AT SG109K SGllH SG117K SG124J SG139J SG139AJ SG20H SG201AT SG208T SG208AT SG209K SG2l7P SG224J SG224N SG239J SG239N SG239AJ SG239AN SG301AM SG301AT SG305T SG305AT SG308M SG308T SG308AM SG308AT SG309K SG3l1M SG311T SG317K SG317P SG324J SG324N SG339J SG339N SG339AJ SG339AN SG555M SG556N SG710J SG710T SG710CN SG710CT SG711J SG711T SG711CJ SG711CN SG711CT SG723CJ SG723CT SG723J SG723T SG723CN

Fairchild Equivalent

Part Number

Fairchild Equivalent

ILA 101HM pAl01AHM ILA105HM ILA108HM ILA108AHM ILA109KM ILA111HM ILAl17KM ILA l24DM ILA139DM ILA 139ADM ILA201HC ILA201AHM ILA208HM pA208AHM ILA209KM ILA217UV ILA224DV ILA224PV ILA239DC pA239PC ILA239ADC ILA239APC ILA301ATC ILA301AHC ILA305HC ILA305AHC ILA308TC ILA308HC ILA308ATC ILA308AHC ILA309KC ILA31HC ILA311HC ILA317KC ILA317UC ILA324DC ILA324PC ILA339DC ILA339PC ILA339ADC ILA339APC ILA555TC ILA556PC ILA710DM pA710HM ILA710PC ILA710HC ILA711DM ILA711HM ILA711DC ILA711PC ILA711HC ILA723DC ILA723HC ILA723DM ILA723HM ILA723PC

SILICON GENERAL (Cont.) SG733J ILA733DM SG733T ILA733HM SG733CJ ILA733DC SG733CN ILA733PC SG733CT ILA733HC SG741F ILA741FM SG741T ILA741HM SG741CM ILA741TC SG747J ILA747DM SG747T ILA747HM SG747CJ ILA747DC SG747CN ILA747PC SG747CT ILA747HC SG748T ILA748HM SG748CM ILA748TC SG748CT ILA748HC SG1458M ILA1458TC SG1458T ILA1458HC SG1458CM pA1458CTC SG1458CT ILA1458CHC SG1488J ILA1488DC SG1489J ILA1489DC SG1489AJ ILA l489ADC SG1558T ILA1558HM SG2001J 'ILA9665PC SG2002J ILA9666DC SG2003J ILA9667DC SG3086J ILA3086DC SG3086N ILA3086PC SG3302J ILA3302DC SG3302N ILA3302PC SG7805K ILA7805KM SG7805CK ILA7805KC SG7805CP ILA7805UC SG7808K ILA7808KM SG7808CK ILA7808KC SG7808CP ILA7808UC SG7812K ILA7812KM SG78l2CK ILA7812KC SG7812CP pA7812UC SG7815K ILA7815KM SG7815CK ILA7815KC SG7815CP ILA7815UC SG7818K ILA7818KM SG7818CK ILA7818KC SG7818CP ILA7818UC SG7824K ILA7824KM SG7824CK pA7824KC SG7824CP ILA7824UC SG7905K ILA7905KM SG7905CK ILA7905KC SG7905CP ILA7905UC SG7908K ILA7908KM SG7908CK ILA7908KC SG7908CP ILA7908UC SG7912K ILA7912KM SG7912CK ILA7912KC SG7912CP ILA7912UC

Not exact package replacement
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Part Number SILICON GENERAL (Cont.) SG7915K SG7915CK SG7915CP SG75450BCN SG75451BCM SG75451BCY SG75452BCM SG75452BCY SG75453BCM SG75453BCY SG75461CM SG75462CM TEXAS INSTRUMENTS AM26S10CJ AM26S10CN LM101AJ LM105L LM111JG LM124J LM139J LM139AJ LM148J LM193JG LM201AJG LM209LA LM217KC LM224J LM224N LM239J LM239N LM248J LM293JG LM293P LM301AP LM305L LM305AL LM309LA LM311JG LM311P LM317KC LM318JG LM324J LM324N LM339AJ LM339AN LM339J LM339N LM348J LM348N LM376P LM393JG LM393P LM2901J LM2901N LM2902N LM2903JG Fairchild Equivalent Part Number Fairchild Equivalent Part Number Fairchild Equivalent

ILA7915KM ILA7915KC ILA7915UC ILA75450BPC ILA75451BTC ILA75451BRC ILA75452BTC ILA75452BRC ILA75453BTC ILA75453BRC ILA75461TC ILA75462TC

-

ILA9640DC ILA9640PC ·ILA101AHM ILA105HM ILA 111RM ILA124DM ILA139DM ILA139ADM ILA148DM ILA193RM ·ILA201AHM ·ILA209KM ILA217UV ILA224DV ILA224PV ILA239DC ILA239PC ILA248DC ILA293RC ILA293TC ILA301ATC ILA305HC ILA305AHC ·ILA309KC ILA311RC ILA311TC ILA317UC ·ILA318HC ILA324DC ILA324PC ILA339ADC ILA339APC ILA339DC ILA339PC ILA348DC ILA348PC ILA376TC ILA393RC ILA393TC ILA2901DC ILA2091PC ILA2902PV ILA2903RC

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS (Cont.) LM2903P ILA2903TC MC1458JG ILA1458RC MC1458P ILA1458TC MC1558JG ILA1558RM NE555P ILA555TC NE556N ILA556PC RC4136J ILA4136DC RC4136N ILA4136PC SA555P ILA555TC SN55107AJ ILA55107ADM SN55110AJ ILA55110ADM SN75107AJ ILA75107ADC SN75107AN ILA75107APC SN75107BJ ILA75107BDC SN75107BN ILA75107BPC SN75108BN ILA75108BPC SN75110AJ ILA75110ADC SN75110AN ILA75110APC SN75114J ILA9614DC SN75114N ILA9614PC SN75115J ILA9615DC SN75115N ILA9615PC SN75150N ILA75150PC SN75150P ILA75150TC SN75154J ILA75154DC SN75154N ILA75154PC SN75188J ILA1488DC SN75188N ILA1488PC SN75189J ILA1489DC SN75189N ILA1489PC SN75189AJ ILA1489ADC SN75189AN ILA1489APC SN75450BN ILA75450BPC SN75451BJG ILA75451BRC SN75451BP ILA75451BTC SN75452BJG ILA75452BRC SN75452BP ILA75452BTC SN75453BJG ILA75453BRC SN75453BP ILA75453BTC SN75461P ILA75461TC SN75462P ILA75462TC SN75471P ILA75471TC SN75472P ILA75472TC SN75491N ILA75491PC SN75492N ILA75492PC TL081ACJG ILA771 ARC TL081ACP ILA771ATC TL081BCJG ILA771BRC TL081BCP ILA771BTC TL081CJG ILA771RC TL081CP ILA771TC TL431CLP ILA431AWC TL494CN ILA494PC TL494CJ ILA494DC TL494MJ ILA494DM ULN2001AN ILA9665PC ULN2002AJ ILA9666DC ULN2002AN ILA9666PC

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS (Cont.) ULN2003AJ ILA9667DC ULN2003AN ILA9667PC ULN2004AJ ILA9668DC ULN2004AN ILA9668PC ILA709MU ILA709FM ILA709AMU ILA709AFM ILA709CP ILA709TC ILA710DC ILA710CJ ILA710CN ILA710PC ILA710MJ ILA710DM ILA711PC ILA711CN ILA711MJ ILA711DM ILA723CJ ILA723DC ILA723PC ILA723CN ILA723MJ ILA723DM ILA733CJ ILA733DC ILA733CN ILA733PC ILA733DM ILA733MJ ILA741CJG ILA741RC ILA741CP ILA741TC ILA741RM ILA741MJG ILA747DC ILA747C ILA747CN ILA747PC ILA747MJ ILA747DM ILA748TC ILA748CP ILA2240CJ ILA2240DC ILA2240CN ILA2240PC ILA7805CKC ILA7805UC ILA7808CKC ILA7808UC ILA7812UC ILA7812CKC ILA7815UC ILA7815CKC ILA7818CKC ILA7818UC ILA7824UC ILA7824CKC ILA7885CKC ILA7885UC ILA78L05AWC ILA78L05CLP ILA78L 12AWC ILA78L12CLP ILA78L15CLP ILA78L 15AWC ILA78M05UC ILA78M05CKC ILA78M06UC ILA78M06CKC ILA78M08CKC ILA78M08UC ILA78M12UC ILA78M12CKC ILA78M15CKC ILA78M15UC ILA78M24CKC ILA78M24UC ILA7905UC ILA7905CKC ILA7908UC ILA7908CKC ILA7912UC ILA7912CKC ILA7915CKC ILA7915UC ILA 79M05AUC ILA79M05CKC ILA 79M08AUC ILA79M08CKC ILA79M12CKC ILA 79M 12AUC ILA 79M 15AUC ILA79M 15CKC 9614CJ ILA9614DC 9614CN ILA9614PC 9615CJ ILA9615DC 9615CN ILA9615PC

'Note Not exact package replacement

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Ordering Information

Three basic units of information are contained in the ordering code. fLA741 Device Type

Device Identification
All Fairchild standard catalog linear circuits will be marked as shown in the following example. fLA710DC F Date Code

T Package Type

C
Temperature Range

Device Type
This group of alpha numeric characters defines the device including functional and electrical characteristics, alpha suffixes are added to further delineate electrical options.

Package Type
One alpha suffix represents the basic package style. D Dual In-line (Hermetic, Ceramic) F Flatpak (Hermetic) H Metal Package J Dual In-Line (Side Brazed) K Metal Power Package (TO-3) P Dual In-Line (Molded) 8-lead DIP (Hermetic, Ceramic) R S Metal Package (Hybrid only) T 8-lead DIP (Molded) Power Package (Molded, TO-220) U U1 = Power Package (Molded) W = Molded Package (TO-92 Outline) Different outlines exist within each package style to accommodate various die sizes and number of leads. Specific dimensions for each package can be found in the Package Outline section of this catalog, listed by online code. These specific codes are referenced on each data sheet.

Temperature Range
One alpha suffix represents one of the following three basic temperature grades in common use. Exact values and conditions are specified on the device data sheets.

c

~

Commercial M O°C to + 70/75°C

Military - 55°C to + 125°C -55°Cto + 85°C

v

~

Industflal - 20°C to 85°C -40°Cto +85°C

Examples
fLA741 FM This number code indicates a fLA741 Operational Amplifier in a flatpak with military temperature rating capability. fLA725EHC This number code indicates a fLA725 Instrumentation Operational Amplifier, electrical option E, in a metal package with a commercial temperature rating capability.

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Voltage Regulator Testing
Linear Products

Testing Voltage Regulators All Fairchild voltage regulators are factory-tested with automated equipment to ascertain that they meet or exceed guaranteed specifications. The testing equipment operates at relatively high speeds and automatically measures output voltage tolerances, line and load regulation, quiescent current, shortcircuit current, and a long list of other voltage regulator parameters. To adequately interpret published voltage regulator specifications, it is advisable to have some understanding of the testing as performed at Fairchild. This is also important for customer incoming inspection, as some correlation is necessary between factory testing and customer acceptance testing. Individual parameter tests performed on Fairchild voltage regulators require only a few milliseconds, so a complete regulator test can be accomplished in a fraction of a second. Such short testing times mean that the device junction temperature is very close to ambient. If the devices were tested under steadystate conditions, costs would unfortunately increase, and the increased expense would be passed on to the customer. Consequently, published parameters are based on fast testing and usually specified with a constant junction temperature of 25°C. Exceptions are noted in the individual data sheet tables. When a regulator is operated with high dissipation, however, the effect of temperature drift must be evaluated or at least considered. For example, a /tA7805 1 ampere positive voltage regulator with a junction temperature of 25°C, a 10 V input, and a load current variation of 1.5 A has a guaranteed load regulation of less than 50 mV for military-grade units and less than 100 mV for commercial-grade units. Under steady-state testing conditions, as opposed to pulsed testing conditions, junction temperature would increase by 30°C to 55°C (based on a 4°C/W junction-to-case thermal resistance and an infinite heat sink.) The /tA7805 regulator has a temperature coefficient of -1.1 mV / °C, so a 30°C junction-temperature increase means an output voltage drift of -33 mY. This drift must be considered if load regulation is being measured under steady-state conditions. Incoming inspection tests should accommodate these conditions. One approach would be to duplicate the testing procedure used by manufacturing; i.e., maintain a constant junction temperature of 25°C. If steady-state testing is performed during acceptance evaluation, a correlation between the method used in incoming inspection and the method used by
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Fairchild must be established. In this case, the temperature coefficients of each regulator type must be considered. 3-Termlnal Regulators Testing of 3-terminal regulators is performed at input voltages that reflect actual use conditions. The input-output voltage differential considers all of the variations associated with nominal, unregulated power supplies. For example, a 12 V regulator (/tA7812) test uses a 7 V I/O voltage differential and considers the following parameters. Device Input/Output Voltage Differential-2 V Nom. Line Voltage Reference-10% Filtered Supply Ripple-100f0 Line Regulation-1 0% Diode Drop and Source Impedance Variations-1 V This is expressed in the following equation. VIN

= VOUT(max) + (VIN - VOUT) + Ripple + Line Reg + Vo = 12.6V+2V+ 1.46V+ 1.6V+ 1 V = 18.66 V

A 12 V regulator, then, is not only tested with a guard band, but the input voltage range used allows for greater variation than is present in actual operating conditions. All Fairchild 3-terminal regulator tests are based on similar practical considerations.
Figure 2-1 shows a self-contained load-pulsing circuit that can be used for measuring load regulation of either a positive or negative regulator. The /tA555 timer operates in the astable mode as a free-running multivibrator. Transistors 02 and 04, along with the load resistors RL, provide the required loading across the regulator outputs. The on and off times of 02 and 04 are set by potentiometers R2 and R4. Transistors 02 and 04 must be capable of handling the load current levels to be measured. Line regulation of positive or negative regulators can be measured using the circuits in Figure 2-2. Here a pulse generator switches the input voltages between VIN (min) and VIN (max) but a similar arrangement could be used by substituting a /tA555 timer for the pulse generator.

Fig.2-1

Self-Contained Load Regulation Test Circuit for Positive or Negative Regulators
POSITIVE

7T035V

ON

~A78M05

OUT

+S.

INPUT
o o o

COM

••
C' 01.uF

posmVE ON 260 k NEGATIVE OFF

+

C1 IOOpF

C3 03,1.1F

.,

I

r---J----,
IN

I

1k

- ~ - -r - ~ OUT R:g~~~i~A
AL+

'.3·~
~k

.....
Q4

I I I

I I I L.. ___COM -, ____ J I
I

:

..l. VOUl

(+1

MONITOR

I
o o

-----------.,
.l. VOUT (-) MONITOR
I

C'

+

SOD /.IF

..CO COM

I I
o

r---.J----, I COM I
0 0 :
I L I ___ ,IN ____ .J
o o o

I

+

C' 1._

.,
24n
OUT

- ~ -. -1 OUT R:~~~!~~R
NEQATIVE INPUT

ON
-7 TO-35Y

p.A78M05

-5.
SCOPE TRIGGERING

Fig. 2-2

Line Regulation Test Circuits

a. For Positive Regulators
VON (MAX) - - - - - - - - - -.....-....,

390

{l

VON ( M I N ) - - - - - - I ) I - - - - + -............

p---t IN R:g~~~~~R
COM

OUT 1--....- -....-

+ Vour

0.J'l.
TO PULSE

GENERATOR

RL

b. For Negative Regulators
50 {l
100 {l

+

1

~F

RL

0"'1.1"
TO PULSE

270 pF

GENERATOR
390 II

....-t)t-- -VON (MIN)

L . . . - -.....- - - - V O N (MAX)

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Ripple Rejection Ripple rejection is the ratio (in dB) of the regulator input ac component (or the output of the sine wave generator) to the output ac component of the device under test. Its measurement is quite straightforward. Ripple rejection of Fairchild regulators is normally specified at a load current of 30 to 50% of the rated output of the device. This is more realistic than the 20 mA or so specified by some other manufacturers. A regulator with good ripple rejection at low output currents maY.not necessarily maintain this feature at moderate-to-high current levels unless special effort is made during the layout of the integrated circuit to keep the reference circuit on isotherms (equal temperature lines) and away from the heat source (series-pass element).

The 5 k potentiometers in both circuits provide the bias necessary to produce the dc level of the input voltage to the regulator. The sine-wave generators are used to produce the ac component of the regulator input voltage. Life Test and Burn-In (See Figure 2-4) Burn-in information is provided here as a guide to perform regulator life testing. The burn-in performed by Fairchild is based on the thermal resistance of the regulator package. The power dissipation level is selected so that the junction temperature is near the maximum specified level (150°C for most products). The power level is then determined based on the chosen ambient. In general, burn-in is performed at 25°C ambient without a heat sink but it can also be done with a heat sink or a different ambient.

Figure 2-3 shows two simple circuits for measuring ripple rejection of positive and negative regulators.
Fig. 2-3 Ripple Rejection Measurement Circuits

a. For Positive Regulators
+

5k SINE WAVE GENERATOR

2N6123

+-----p__--1IN 1k

R;2~~~~~R
COM

OUT

1-----1p-----1~- VOUT
RL+

b. For Negative Regulators
+

Fig.2-4

Burn-In Circuit for ILA7805 Regulator In TO-220 Package

IN

7805
COM

OUT

.33 ~F

;

0.1

~F

RL
30 II

1

2-5

Example: Determine a burn-in circuit, operating at a 25°C ambient, for a ILA7805 in the TO-220 package. From the data sheet: OJA = 65°C/W max TJ (max) - TA Po = -"---;;-OJ-A--'-

1506~ 25 = 1.92 W

Note that the value of the load resistor chosen here (30 fl) is arbitrary. Any other value giving output currents within the rating of the device could be used. If the burn-in is to be performed at more than one temperature, selecting a common load resistor for all temperatures and changing the input voltage to give the required power dissipations simplifies the design and construction of the burn-in fixtures.

If RL = 30 fl and the effects of 10 are neglected,
Po

= (VIN -

VOUT)

RL
+ VOUT = 16.5 V

VOUT

or
VIN = Po
RL -VOUT

If the same circuit is used at an ambient of 125 0 C,
VIN = Po
RL VOUT

+ V OUT
30 5

150-125 X 65

+5

= 7.3 V

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Thermal Considerations

To fully utilize the various available regulator packages, sufficient attention must be paid to proper heat removal. For efficient thermal management, the user must rely on important parameters supplied by the manufacturer, such as junction-to-case and junction-to-ambient thermal resistance and maximum operating junction temperature. The device temperature depends on the power dissipation level, the means for removing the heat generated by this power dissipation and the temperature of the body (heat sink) to which this heat is removed.
Figure 6- t shows a simplified equivalent circuit for a typical semiconductor device in equilibrium. The power diSSipation, which is analogous to current flow in electrical terms, is caused by a heat source similar to a voltage source. Temperature is analogous to voltage potential and thermal resistance to ohmic resistance. Extending the analogy of Ohm's law to

Thermal Evaluation Of Regulators To measure thermal resistance, the difference between the junction temperature and the chosen reference temperature, case, sink or ambient, must be determined. Ambient or sink temperature measurement is straightforward. For casetemperature measurement, the device should have a sufficiently large heat sink and the power level should be close to the specified rating of the package-die combination. The case or tab temperature can be measured by an infrared microradiometer or by using a thermocouple soldered to a point in the center of the case or tab at the tab-heat-sink interface as close to the die as practical. Measurement of the junction temperature, unfortunately, is not as simple and involves some calibrations. There are several methods available for junction-temperature measurement; the two most commonly used are described here. Thermal Shutdown Method With this method, the thermal shutdown temperature of each device is used as the thermometer in determining the thermal resistance. The device is first heated externally, with as little internal power dissipation as practical, until it reaches thermal shutdown. Then, with the device mounted on a heat sink, the regulator is powered externally until it reaches thermal shutdown again. With some packages, the ambient of the device and its heat sink may have to be elevated sufficiently to force the regulator into shutdown. The thermal resistance of the device can then be calculated by using TJ - TC Po where 0JC is the junction-to-case thermal resistance TJ is the measured thermal shutdown temperature TC is the measured case temperature Po is the power dissipated to force the device into shutdown and is equal to
(V IN - VOUT) lOUT

OJA(tot)

= 0JC + OCS + USA =

TJ - TA Po

Thermal resistance, then, is the rise in the temperature of a package above some reference level per unit of power dissipation in that package, usually expressed in degrees centigrade per watt. The reference temperature may be ambient or it may be the temperature of a heat sink to which the package is connected. There are several factors that affect thermal resistance including die size, the size of the heat source on the die (series-pass transistor in an Ie regulator), die-attach material and thickness, leadframe material, construction and thickness.

Fig. 6·1.

Simplified Thermal Circuit
POWER (P)

.--_ _ _ _,,.. _ _ _..... TJ JUNCTION TEMPERATURE 8JC JUNCTION-TO-CASE THERMAL RESISTANCE Tc CASE TEMPERATURE HEAT SOURCE 8CS CASE·TO-SINK THERMAL RESISTANCE TS SINK TEMPERATURE 8SA SINK-TO-AMBIENT THERMAL RESISTANCE '--_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. . TA AMBIENT TEMPERATURE

+ VIN 10

10 is the quiescent current of the device and

can be neglected for low thermal resistance packages such as the TO-3 and TO-220.

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Substrate or Isolation Diode Method The second method of thermal-resistance measurement utilizes the isolation diodes within the integrated circuits as temperature sensing element' . Under normal operating conditions. the substrate diodes are reverse biased and separate or "isolate" active as well as passive components within an integrated circuit. (See Figure 6-2). When the regulator is reverse biased and a constant current is forced through the device between the input terminal and ground. the substrate diodes become forward biased; naturally. when the forward drop is measured. the diode with the highest temperature (lowest forward drop) is detected. Measurement of the thermal resistance of the regulator then involves two steps:
Calibrating the substrate diode at a fixed ISUBS level in an oven or bath at two temperatures. preferably near the device operating junction temperature. It is assumed that this voltage drop changes linearly with temperature.
'For more detailed explanation of this method, see Fairchild Application Note 205, "Thermal Evaluation of Integrated Circuits". For p,A723 thermal considerations, see page 3·29.

Measuring the junction temperature. The device is powered through a switching circuit S 1 at a duty cycle greater than 99% (Figure 6-3); thus the device is electrically heated until it reaches equilibrium. During short measuring intervals « 1% duty cycle). the switching circuit de-energizes the device and the forward drop of the substrate diode is measured at the previously calibrated ISUBS current level. This voltage drop must be measured as soon as possible (several microseconds) after the removal of the power pulse to avoid inaccurate readings due to cooling of the chip. Diode 01 prevents reverse current from flowing through the load resistor RL during the substrate-diode measuring interval. Since the change in the isolation diode drop is assumed to be linear with temperature. the measured voltage drop can be converted to its corresponding junction temperature by interpolation or extrapolation. Thermal resistance can then be calculated by the same formula used in the thermal-shutdown method.

Heat Sink Requirements When is a heat sink necessary. and what type of a heat sink should one use? The answers to these questions depend on reliability and cost requirements. Heat sinking is necessary to keep the operating junction temperature TJ of the regulator below the

Fig, 6-2

Monolithic Transistor Isolation
COLLECTOR SUBSTRATE DIODES COLLECTOR

+

+

SUBSTRATE

EMIITER

EM lITER

Equivalent Circuit Cross-sectional Diagram Showing Two Monolithic Transistors Isolated by Substrate Diodes

Fig, 6-3

Thermal ReSistance Measurement Circuit Using Substrate Diode Technique

+
VOUT DUT OUTPUT 1--+--0
D1

ISUBS

COMMON

2-8

specified maximum value. Since semiconductor reliability improves as operating junction temperature is lowered, a reliability I cost compromise is usually made in the device design. Table 6-1 is a tabulation by package of the various regulators available from Fairchild. It also lists the average and maximum values of thermal resistance for the regulator chip-package combinations and can be used as a guide in selecting a suitable package when designing a regulator circuit. Thermal characteristics of voltage-regulator chips and packages determine that some form of heat sinking is mandatory whenever the power dissipation exceeds the following. 0.67 W for the TO-39 package 0.69 W for the TO-92 package 1.56 W for the Mini Batwing and Power Watt (similar to TO-202) packages 1.8 W for the TO-220 package 2.8 W for the TO-3 package at 25°C ambient or lower power levels at ambients above 25°C. To choose or design a heat sink, the designer must determine the following regulator parameters. PO(msx)-Maximum power dissipation: (V IN - VOUT) lOUT + VIN 10 TA(max)-Maximum ambient temperature the regulator will encounter during operation.

TJ(max)-Maximum operating junction temperature, specified by the manufacturer. OJC, OJA-Junction-to-case and junction-to-ambient thermal resistance values, also specified by the regulator manufacturer. Ocs-Case-to-heat-sink thermal resistance which, for large packages, can range from about 0.2°C/W to about 1°C/W depending on the quality of the contact between the package and the heat sink. 0SA-Heat-sink-to-ambient thermal resistance, specified by heat-sink manufacturer. Maximum permissible dissipation without a heat sink is determined by Po (max) = TJ(max) - TA(max) OJA

If the device dissipation Po exceeds this figure, a heat

sink is necessary. The total required thermal resistance may then be calculated. OJA(tot)

= OJC + OCS + OSA =

TJ(max) - TA(max) Po

Case-to-sink and sink-to-ambient thermal resistance information on commercially available heat sinks is normally provided by the heat sink manufacturer. A summary of some commercially available heat sinks is shown in Table 6-2. However, if a chassis or other conventional surface is used as a heat sink, Figure 6-4 can be used as a guide to estimate the required surface area.

Fig. 6-4

Heat Sink Material Selection Guide
SURFACE AREA (SOTH SIDES OF THE HEAT SINK) SQUARE INCHES

1IIIIIIIIIIiiliilIIIIII 111I1I11I1I11I1I1iiI~ 1111111111"11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
3 4 5 6 8 10 15 20 2530 40 5060 80

3/16"'
THICKNESS 3/32" 3/16" THICKNESS 3/32" 3/16" THICKNESS 3/32" 3/16" THICKNESS 3/32" / :

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I I ! III
7 7 6 65 5 44 3 3 2 1 5 25 2 1

1IIIIIlillhliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllili I 11111111 11111111"111"111111"1111111111"1"111111111111111111111 I
7 6543 215 1

COPPER. HORIZONTALLYMOUNTED

7

6

5

4

3

25
II

2
I

COPPER. VERTICALLYMOUNTED

11111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111

III I

I
ALUMINUM. HORIZONTALLYMOUNTED

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II 1111111
7 8 6 5 76 4 5 3 4 25 35 2 3252

1IIIljllllllllllWllllllllillillllllliJillllllllllllililliti 1"11111111"111"111""1""1"1111111 II I I I I II III
66 5 5 4 4 ; II 5 32 6 2 5 2 2

111111111 Ii 1111111 111111111111111

ALUMINUM. VERTICALLY MOUNTED

II I I I II I " 111111

THERMAL RESISTANCE IN °C/W

To determine either area reqUired or thermal resistance of a given area, draw a vertical line between the top (or area) hne down to the mateflal 01 interest.

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Table 6-1

Thermal Resistance (liJC, liJA) By Device and Package'

Resistances Listed as Follows: liJC (TVP) liJC (MAX) In 0C/W liJA (TVP) liJA (MAX) 4-Lead TO-3 K Power Watt U1'

Reg,Type

Device No.!Series
~A78LXX ~A78MXX

lOUT (A) 0.1 0.5 1 1 5 5 0.5 1 0.012

TO-3 K

TO-220 U

TO-39 H 20 40 140 190

3.05.0 62 70 3.5 5.5 40 45 3.5 5.5 40 45 1.52.0 37 40 2.0 2.5 32 38 3.0 5.0 62 70 3.5 5.5 40 45 3.0 5.0 60 65 3.0 5.0 60 65

18 25 120 185

~A 109, ~A209 ~A309, 5 V

Pos, 3-Term

~A78XX

78H05, 5 V
~A78HXX ~A79MXX ~A79XX
~A1051

Neg. 3-Term

18 25 120 185

305/376

to

0.045 0.125 0.5 1 5 0.5 1 4.0 6.0 44 47 2.0 2.5 32 38 6 8 7580 8 6 7580 4.0 6.0 4447
8 6 7580

~A723

Pos. Adj.

~A78MG

4-TERM
~A78G

4-TERM
~A78HG ~A79MG

6 8 7580

Neg. Adj.

4-TERM.
~A79G

4-TERM.

Note 'Similar to TO-202 2-10

4-Lead TO-39 H

TO-92 W

TO-99 8-Lead TO-S H

TO-100 10-Lead TO-S H

TO-116 14-Pin Plastic 0

TO-116 14-Pin Ceramic 0

8 Pin Minidip T

-

-

160 180


25 40 150 190 25 50 150 190 18 25 125 185

150 190 125 160

-

160 190

25 18 125 185

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How to Choose a Heat Sink-Example Determine the heat sink required for a regulator which has the following system requirements: Operating ambient temperature range: 0°C-60°C Maximum junction temperature: 125°C Maximum output current: BOO mA Maximum input to output differential: 10 V From Table 6-1, the choice is narrowed down to the /LA7BOO family, available in TO-3 and TO-220 packages. The TO-220 package is sufficent (lower cost, better thermal resistance). OJe

When using larger packages, be sure the heat sink surface is flat and free from ridges or high spots. Check the regulator package for burrs or peened-over corners. Regardless of the smoothness and flatness of the package and heat-sink contact, air pockets between them are unavoidable unless a lubricant is used. Therefore, for good thermal conduction, use a thin layer of thermal lubricant such as Dow Corning DC-340, General Electric 662 or Thermacote by Thermalloy. In some applications, especially with negative regulators, it is desirable to electrically insulate the regulator case from the heat sink. Hardware kits for this purpose are commercially available for such packages as the TO-3 and TO-220. They generally consist of a 0.003 to 0.005 inch thick piece of mica or bonded fiberglass to electrically isolate the two surfaces, yet provide a thermal path between them. As expected, the thermal resistance will increase but, as in the direct metal-to-metal joint, some improvement can be realized by using thermal lubricant on each side of the mica. If the regulator is mounted on a heat sink with fins, the most efficient heat transfer takes place when the fin is in a vertical plane, as this type of mounting forces the heat transfer from fin to air in a combination of radiation and convection. If it is necessary to bend any of the regulator leads, handle them carefully to avoid straining the package. Furthermore, lead bending should be restricted since repeated bending will fatigue and eventually break the leads.

= 5°C/W maximum (from data sheet
or Table 6-1)

BJA(tot) = OJC
Bes

+ OCS + BSA =
O.B X 10 - 5 = 3.13°C/W

+ OSA =

125 - 60

Assuming Bes = 0.13°C/W then BSA = 3°C/W This thermal resistance value can be achieved by using either 22 square inches of 3/16 inch thick vertically mounted aluminum (Figure 6-4) or a commercial heat sink (Table 6-2). Tips for Better Regulator Heat Sinking Avoid placing heat-dissipating components such as power resistors next to regulators. When using low dissipation packages such as TO-5, TO-39, and TO-92, keep lead lengths to a minimum and use the largest possible area of the printed board traces or mounting hardware to provide a heat dissipation path for the regulator. Table 6-2. Heat Sink Selection Guide This list is only representative. No attempt has been made to provide a complete list of all heat sink manufacturers. All values are typical as given by manufacturer or as determined from characteristic curves supplied by manufacturer. BSA Approx. (OC/W) TO-3 Packages 0.4 (9" length) 0.4-0.5 (6" length) 0.56-3.0 0.6 (7.5" length) 0.7-1.2 (5-5.5" length) 1.0-5.4 (3" length) Manufacturer and Type Thermalloy (Extruded) 6590 Series Thermalloy (Extruded) 6660, 6560 Series Wakefield 400 Series Thermalloy (Extruded) 6470 Series Thermalloy (Extruded) 6423, 6443, 6441, 6450 Series Thermalloy (Extruded) 6427, 6500,6123,6401,6403,6421, 6463,6176,6129,6141,6169, 6135, 6442 Series
2-12

0SA Approx. (OC/W) 1.9 2.1 2.3-4.7 4.2 4.5
4.B-7.5

Manufacturer and Type IERC E2 Series (Extruded) IERC E 1, E3 Series (Extruded) Wakefield 600 Series IERC HP3 Series Staver V3-5·2 Thermalloy 6001 Series IERC HP3 Series Thermalloy 6013 Series Staver V3-3-2 Wakefield 6BO Series Wakefield 390 Series Staver V3-7-224 IERC UP Series Staver Vl-5

5-6 5-10 5.6 5.9-10 6 6.4 6.5-7.5 B

Table 6-2. (Cont.) 8SA Approx. (OC/W) 8.1 8.8 9.5 9.5-10.5 9.8-13.9 10 11 TO-220 Packages 4.2 5-6 6.4 6.5-7.5 7.1 8.1 8.8 9.5 10 12.5-14.2 13 15 15.1-17.2 16 18 19 20 20 25 TO-92 Packages 30 46 50 57 65-5 72 85 Mini Batwing 10 10.6 11.7 13 20 26 Manufacturer and Type Staver V3·5 Staver V3·7·96 Staver V3·3 IERC LA Series Wakefield 630 Series Staver Vl-3 Thermalloy 6103, 6117 Series (See Note 1) IERC HP3 Series IERC HP 1 Series Staver V3-7-225 IERC VP Series Thermalloy 6070 Series Staver V3-5 Staver V3-7-96 Staver V3-3 Thermalloy 6032, 6034 Series Staver V4-3-192 Staver V5-1 Thermalloy 6030 Series Staver V 4-3-128 Thermalloy 6072,6106 Series Thermalloy 6038,6107 Series IERC PB Series Staver V6-2 Thermalloy 6025 Series IERC PA Series Staver F2-7 Staver F5-7A, F5-8-1 IERC RUR Series Staver F5-7D IERC RU Series Staver Fl-7 Thermalloy 2224 Series 8SA Approx_ (OC/W) Manufacturer and Type

TO-S and TO-39 Packages Thermalloy 1101, 1103 Series 12 Wakefield 260-5 Series 12-16 15 Staver V3A-5 Thermalloy 1116, 1121, 1123 22 Series Thermalloy 1130, 1131, 1132 22 Series Staver F5-5C 24 Thermalloy 2227 Series 25 IERC Thermal Links 26-30 Wakefield 200 Series 27-83 Staver F5-5B 28 Thermalloy 2228 Series 34 IERC Clip Mount Thermal Link 35 Thermalloy 2215 Series 39 Thermalloy 2205 Series 41 Staver F5-5A 42 Wakefield 296 Series 42-65 Staver F6-5, F6-5L 46 50 Thermalloy 2225 Series IERC Fan Tops 50-55 Thermalloy 2211 Series 53 Thermalloy 2210 Series 55 Thermalloy 1129 Series 56 Thermalloy 2230, 2235 Series 58 Thermalloy 2226 Series 60 Staver Fl-5 68 72 Thermalloy 1115 Series Power Watt (similar to TO-202) Packages (See Note 2) 12.5-14.2 Staver V4-3-192 Thermalloy 6063 Series 13 13 Staver V5-1 15.1-17.2 Staver V4-3-128 19 Thermalloy 6106 Series 20 Staver V6-2 24 Thermalloy 6047 Series 25 Thermalloy 6107 Series 37 IERC PAl-7CB with PVC-1B Clip 40-42 Staver F7-3 40-43 Staver F7-2 IERC PA2-7CB with PVC-1B Clip 42 42-44 Staver F7-1

Thermalloy Thermalloy Thermalloy Thermalloy Thermalloy Thermalloy

6069 6068 6067 6066 6062 6064

Series Series Series Series Series Series

Notes 1. Most TO-3 heat sinks can also be used with TO-220 packages with appropriate hole patterns. 2. Most TO-220 heat sinks can be used with the Power Watt package. IERC: 135 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502 Staver Co., Inc.: 41-51 N. Saxon Ave., Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706 Thermalloy Inc.: 2021 W. Valley View Lane, Dallas, TX 75234 Wakefield Engineering, Inc.: Audubon Rd., Wakefield, MA 01880 2·13

FAIRCHIL.D
A Schlumberger Company

J-LA 7800 Series 3-Terminal Positive Voltage Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram TO-3 Package
COMMON 3
~

Description The /LA7800 series of monolithic 3-Terminal Positive Voltage Regulators is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These regulators employ internal current-limiting, thermal-shutdown and safearea compensation, making them essentially indestructible. If adequate heat sinking is provided, they can deliver over 1 A output current. They are intended as fixed voltage regulators in a wide range of applications including local (on card) regulation for elimination of distribution problems associated with single point regulation. In addition to use as fixed voltage regulators. these devices can be used with external components to obtain adjustable output voltages and currents. • • • • • • • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 1 A NO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS INTERNAL THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA COMPENSATION AVAILABLE IN THE TO-220 AND THE TO-3 PACKAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGES OF 5,6,8,8.5,12,15,18, AND 24 V 35 V 40 V Interna"y Limited -65°C to +150°C

(Top View)

Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage (5 V through 18 V) (24 V) Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range Operating Junction Temperature Range /LA7800 IlA7800C Pin Temperature Soldering, 60s time limit TO-3 Package Soldering, 10s time limit TO-220 Package

Order Information Type Package /LA7805 Metal /LA7806 Metal /LA7808 Metal /LA7812 Metal /LA7815 Metal /LA7818 Metal /LA7824 Metal /LA7805C Metal /LA7806C Metal /LA7808C Metal IlA7812C Metal /LA7815C Metal /LA7818C Metal /LA7824C Metal Connection Diagram To-220 Package

Code HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ

Part No. /LA7805KM /LA7806KM IlA7 808KM /LA7812KM /LA7815KM /LA7818KM /LA7824KM /LA7805KC /LA7806KC IlA7 808KC /LA7812KC /LA7815KC /LA7818KC /LA7824KC

-55°C to +150°C O°C to +125°C

~II~ i 2'0..0.
~'---COMMON

r

OUTPUT

~ INPUT
(Side View)

Order Information Type Package /LA7805C Molded Power /LA7806C Molded Power /LA7808C Molded Power IlA7885C Molded Power /LA7812C Molded Power /LA7815C Molded Power IlA7818C Molded Power IlA7824C Molded Power

Pack Pack Pack Pack Pack Pack Pack Pack

Code GH GH GH GH GH GH GH GH

Part No. IlA7805UC IlA7806UC /LA7808UC /LA7885UC /LA7812UC IlA7815UC /LA7818UC /LA7824UC

2-14

,."A7800 Series

EqUlval.nt~c:lr~c:u:lt~______-t-______lr-___Jr:-:-=-T___r_'NPuT (1)

2-15

#LA7800 Series
~A7805

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN 10 V, lOUT 500 mA, -55°C ~ TJ ~ 150°C, CIN unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ Min 4.8 7V 8V
~ ~

=

=

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1 ~F,
Typ 5.0 3 1 15 5 Max 5.2 50 25 100 25 5.35 4.2 6.0 0.8 0.5 8 40 2.5 1.2 3.3 0.4 0.3 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V/VOUT

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ

VIN VIN

~ ~

25 V 12 V

Load Regulation

= 25°C

5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.5 A 250 mA ~ lOUT ~ 750 mA 4.65

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

8.0 V ~ VIN ~ 20 V 5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.0 A P ~ 15W TJ

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage
~A7805C

= 25°C = 25°C,
10 Hz ~ f ~ 100 kHz 18 V 68

8 V ~ VIN ~ 25 V 5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.0 A TA f

= 120 Hz, 8 V ~ VIN ~ lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT

78 2.0 17 0.75

dB V mQ A A mV/oC/ VOUT

1.3

2.2

= 5 mA I+25°C ~ TJ ~ +150°C =

1-550 C ~ TJ ~ +25°C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN 10 V, lOUT 500 mA, O°C ~ TJ ~ 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ

=

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1 ~F,
Typ 5.0 3 1 15 5 Max 5.2 100 50 100 50 5.25 4.2 8.0 1.3 0.5 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V

Min 4.8

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ

7 V ~ VIN ~ 25 V 8 V ~VIN ~ 12 V 5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.5 A 250 mA ~ lOUT ~ 750 mA 4.75

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

7 V ~ VIN ~ 20 V 5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.0 A P ~ 15W TJ

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

= 25°C
~

7V TA
f

VIN

~

25 V 100 kHz 18 V 62 40 78 2.0 17 750 2.2 1.1

5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.0 A

= 25°C, 10 Hz ~ f ~ = 120 Hz, 8 V ~ VIN ~ lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C

dB V mQ mA A mV/oC

lOUT'" 5 mA, O°C ~ TJ ~ 125°C

2·16

J.LA 7800 Series
JLA7806C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN = 11 V, lOUT = 500 mA, O°C ::5 TJ ::5 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ TJ

= 0.33 JLF, COUT = 0.1
Typ
6.0 5 1.5 14 4 Max 6.25 120 60 120 60 6.3 4.3 8.0 1.3 0.5 V

JLF,

Min 5.75

Unit mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA JLV dB V mrl mA A mV/oC

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C
8 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 9 V ::5 VIN ::5 13 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1.5 A 250 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 750 mA

Load Regulation

TJ

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

8 V ::5 VIN ::5 21 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1.0 A P ::5 15 W TJ

5.7

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

= 25°C

8 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1.0 A TA f

= 25°C, 10 Hz::5 f::5 = 120 Hz, 9 V ::5 VIN ::5 lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT

100 kHz 19 V 59

45 75 2.0 19 550 2.2 0.8

= 5 mA, O°C

::5 TJ ::5 125°C

Nole 1. For all tables, all characteristics except nOise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured usong pulse techniques (tw .:'S 10 ms, duty cycle .:'S 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes on internal temperature must be taken into account separately. 2-17

JLA 7800 Series
/LA7808 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN 14 V, lOUT 500 mA, -55°C:::::: TJ :::::: 150°C, CIN unless otherwise specilied. Condition (Note) TJ Min 7.7 10.5 V:::::: VIN :::::: 25 V 11 V :::::: VIN :::::: 17 V 5mA::::::loUT:::::: 1.5A 250 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 750 mA 7.6 4.3

=

=

= 0.33/LF, COUT = 0.1
Typ 8.0 6.0 2.0 12 4.0 Max 8.3 80 40 100 40 8.4 6.0 0.8 0.5 8 40 2.5 1.2 3.3 0.4 0.3 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA

/LF,

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage /LA7808C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

11.5 V :::::: VIN :::::: 23 V 5 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 1.0 A P:::::: 15 W T.!

= 25°C

11.5 V :::::: VIN :::::: 25 V 5 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 1.0 A TA

= 25°C, 10 Hz:::::: I:::::: 100 kHz 1 = 120 Hz, 11.5 V:::::: VIN:::::: 21.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT = 5 mA

/LV IVOUT dB V mQ A A mV lOCI VOUT 0.1 /LF. Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA /LV dB V mQ mA A

62

72 2.0 16 0.75

1.3

2.2

I+25°C :::::: TJ :::::: 150°C

I-55°C:::::: TJ :::::: +25°C

VIN 14 V, lOUT 500 mA, O°C :::::: TJ :::::: 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specilied. Condition (Note)

=

=

= 0.33/LF, COUT =
Typ 8.0 6.0 2.0 12 4.0 Max 8.3 160 80 160 80 8.4 4.3 8.0 1.0 0.5 52

Min 7.7

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

10.5 V :::::: VIN :::::: 25 V 11 V:::::: VIN :::::: 17 V 5 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 1.5 A 250 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 750 mA 7.6

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

10.5 V :::::: VIN :::::: 23 V 5 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 1.0 A P:::::: 15 W TJ

= 25°C

10.5 V :::::: VIN :::::: 25 V 5 mA :::::: lOUT:::::: 1.0 A

= 25°C, 10 Hz:::::: I:::::: 100 kHz 1 = 120 Hz, 11.5 V :::::: VIN :::::: 21.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C 1 = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
TA lOUT = 5 mA, O°C:::::: TJ:::::: 125°C

56

72 2.0 16 450 2.2 0.8

mV/oC

2·18

/-LA 7800 Series
/LA7885C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = 15 V, lOUT = 500 rnA, -55°C :S TJ :S 150°C, CIN unless otlierwise specilied.

= 0.33/LF,
Typ
8.5 6.0 2.0 12 4.0

COUT

= 0.1
Unit
V rnV rnV rnV rnV V rnA rnA rnA /LV dB V rnQ rnA A

/LF,

Condition (Note)
TJ TJ

Min
8.15

Max
8.85 170 85 170 85 8.9

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C
10.5 V :S VIN :S 25 V 11 V :S VIN :S 17 V 5 rnA :S IOUT:S 1.5 A 250 rnA :S lOUT :S 750 rnA

Load Regulation

TJ

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

11 V :S VIN :S 23.5 V 5 rnA:S IOUT:S 1.0 A P :S 15 W TJ

8.1 4.3

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

= 25°C

8.0 1.0 0.5

10.5 V :S VIN :S 25 V 5 rnA:S IOUT:S 1.0 A TA
1

= 25°C, 10 Hz :S 1 :S 100 kHz = 120 Hz, 11.5 V :S VIN :S 21.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C 1 = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT

55 56 70 2.0 16 450 2.2 0.8

= 5 rnA, O°C

:S TJ :S 125°C

rnV/oC

Note 1 For all tables, all characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tw S lams, duty cycle s 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately

2·19

f.LA 7800 Series
#L A7812

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = 19 V, lOUT = 500 mA, -55°C unless otherwise specified.

::s TJ ::s 150°C, CIN = 0.33 #LF, COUT = 0.1 #LF,
Min
11.5

Condition (Note)
TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 14.5 V 16 V

Typ
12.0 10 3.0 12 4.0

Max
12.5 120 60 120 60 12.6

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA

Load Regulation

Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage
#L A7812C

::s VIN ::s 30 V ::s VIN ::s 22 V 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 1.5 A TJ = 25°C 250 mA ::s lOUT ::s 750 mA 15.5 V ::s VIN ::s 27 V 11.4 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 1.0 A P ::s 15 W
TJ = 25°C

4.3

6.0 0.8 0.5

::s VIN ::s 30 V 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz ::s f ::s 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 15 V ::s VIN ~ 25 V
15 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C

8 61 71 2.0 18 0.75 1.3 2.2

40 2.5 1.2 3.3 0.4 0.3

#LV IVOUT dB
V mQ A A my/oCt VOUT

::s TJ ::s +25°C lOUT = 5 mA I+25°C ::s TJ ::s 150°C
I-55°C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = 19 V, lOUT = 500 mA, O°C unless otherwise specified.

::s TJ::S 125°C, CIN = 0.33 #LF, COUT = 0.1 #LF,
Min
11.5

Condition (Note)
TJ = 25°C 14.5 V

Typ
12.0 10 3.0 12 4.0

Max
12.5 240 120 240 120 12.6

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA

Load Regulation

Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

::s VIN ::s 30 V TJ = 25°C 16 V ::s VIN ::s 22 V 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 1.5 A TJ = 25°C 250 mA ::s lOUT ::s 750 mA 14.5 V ::s VIN ::s 27 V 11.4 5 mA ::s IOUT::S 1.0 A P ::s 15 W
TJ = 25°C

4.3

8.0 1.0 0.5

::s VIN ::s 30 V 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz ::s f ::s 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 15 V ::s VIN ::s 25 V
14.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA, O°C

75 55 71 2.0 18 350 2.2

#LV dB
V mQ mA A mV/oC

::s TJ ::s 125°C

1.0

2·20

f.LA 7800 Series
~A7815

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = 23 V, lOUT = 500 mA, -55°C :S TJ :S 150°C, CIN = 0.33 unless otherwise specified Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 17.5 V :S VIN :S 30 V 20 V :S VIN :S 26 V 5 mA :S lOUT :S 1.5 A 250 mA :S lOUT :S 750 mA 14.25 4.4 Min 14.4

~F,

COUT = 0.1 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA

~F,

Typ
15.0 11 3 12 4

Max 15.6 150 75 150 75 15.75 6.0 0.8 0.5

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

18.5 V :S VIN :S 30 V 5 mA :S lOUT :S 1.0 A P:S 15 W TJ = 25°C 18.5 V :S VIN :S 30 V 5 mA :S IOUT:S 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:s f:S 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 18.5 V :S VIN :S 28.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA 1-550 C :S TJ:S +25°C

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage
~A7815C

8 60 70 2.0 19 0.75 1.3 2.2

40 2.5

~V/VOUT

dB V mfl A 3.3 0.4 0.3 A mV lOCI VOUT

I+25°C:S TJ :S +150°C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = 23 V, lOUT = 500 mA, O°C :S TJ :S 125°C, CIN = 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1 ~F, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 17.5 V :S VIN :S 30 V 20 V :S VIN :S 26 V 5 mA:S IOUT:S 1.5 A 250 mA :S lOUT :S 750 mA 14.25 4.4 Min 14.4

Typ
15.0 11 3 12
4

Max 15.6 300 150 300 150 15.75 8.0 1.0 0.5

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current QUiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

17.5 V :S VIN :S 30 V 5 mA ~ lOUT :S 1.0 A P:S 15 W TJ = 25°C

.

I line Iwith with load

17.5 V :S VIN :S 30 V 5 mA :S IOUT:S 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:s f:S 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 18.5 V :S VIN :S 28.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ=25°C lOUT = 5 mA, O°C :S TJ :S125°C 54 90 70 2.0 19 230 2.1 1.0

dB V mfl A A
mV/oC

2·21

J.LA 7 800 Series
/tA78l8
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN 27 V, lOUT 500 rnA, -55°C :s TJ :s 150°C, CIN unless otherwise specified.

=

=

= 0.33 /.IF, COUT = 0.1
Typ
18.0 15 5.0 12 4.0

/.IF,

Condition (Note)

Min
17.3

Max
18.7 180 90 180 90 18.9

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V rnA rnA rnA /.IV /VOUT dB V

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

21 V :s VIN :s 33 V 24 V :s VIN :s 30 V 5 rnA :s lOUT :s 1.5 A 250 rnA :s lOUT :s 750 rnA 17.1

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

22 V :s VIN :s 33 V 5 rnA :s IOUT:S 1.0 A P :s 15 W TJ

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

= 25°C

4.5

6.0 0.8 0.5

22 V :s VIN :s 33 V 5 rnA :s IOUT:S 1.0 A TA

= 25°C, 10 Hz:S f:S 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 22 V :s VIN :s 32 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT

8 59 69 2.0 22 0.75 1.3 2.2

40

2.5 1.2 3.3 0.4 0.3

mfl A A mV/oC/ VOUT

= 5 rnA =

1+250 C:S TJ:S +150°C \-55°C :s TJ:S +25°C

/.IA78l8C
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN 27 V, lOUT 500 rnA, O°C :s TJ :s 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specified.

=

= 0.33 /.IF, COUT = 0.1
Typ
18.0 15 5.0 12 4.0

/.IF,

Condition (Note)

Min
17.3

Max
18.7 360 180 360 180 18.9

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V rnA rnA rnA /.IV dB V mfl rnA A mV/oC

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

21V:SVIN:S33V 24 V :s VIN :s 30 V 5 rnA :s IOUT:S 1.5 A 250 rnA :s lOUT :s 750 rnA 17.1

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

21 V :s VIN :s 33 V 5 rnA :s IOUT:S 1.0 A P:S 15 W TJ

I line Iwith with load

= 25°C

4.5

8.0 1.0 0.5

21 V :s VIN :s 33 V 5 mA:s IOUT:S 1.0 A TA

= 25°C, 10 Hz:s f:S 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 22 V :s VIN :s 32 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C

110 53 69 2.0 22 200 2.1 1.0

f = 1 kHz

= 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 rnA, O°C:S TJ :S125°C
TJ
2·22

JLA 7800 Series
~A7824

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN 33 V, lOUT 500 rnA, -55°C :5 TJ:5 150°C, CIN unless otherwise specified.

=

=

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1 ~F,
Typ
24.0 18 6 12 4

Condition (Note)

Min
23.0

Max
25.0 240 120 240 120 25.2

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V rnA rnA rnA
~V/VOUT

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

27 V :5 VIN :5 38 V 30 V :5 VIN :5 36 V 5 rnA :5 IOUT:5 1.5 A 250 rnA :5 lOUT :5 750 rnA 22.8

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

28 V :5 VIN :5 38 V 5 rnA :5 IOUT:5 1.0 A P :5 15 W TJ

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage
~A7824C

= 25°C

4.6

6.0 0.8 0.5

28 V :5 VIN :5 38 V 5 rnA :5 lOUT :5 1.0 A TA

= 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f:5 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 28 V :5 VIN :5 38 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT

8 56 66 2.0 28 0.75 1.3 2.2

40 2.5 1.2 3.3 0.4 0.3

dB V mO A A mV/oC/ VOUT
~F,

= 5 rnA =

1-550 C :5 TJ:5 +25°C

I+25°C:5 TJ:5 +150°C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN 33 V, lOUT 500 rnA, O°C :5 TJ :5 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specified.

=

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1
Typ
24.0 18 6 12 4

Condition (Note)

Min
23.0

Max
25.0 480 240 480 240 25.2

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V rnA rnA rnA
~V

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

27 V :5 VIN :5 38 V 30 V :5 VIN :5 36 V 5 rnA :5 IOUT:5 1.5 A 250 rnA :5 lOUT :5 750 rnA 22.8

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

27 V :5 VIN :5 38 V 5 rnA :5 IOUT:5 1.0 A P:5 15 W TJ with load

= 25°C

4.6

8.0 1.0 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Output Resistance Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

27 V :5 VIN :5 38 V 5 rnA :5 IOUT:5 1.0 A TA

= 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f :5 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 28 V :5 VIN :5 38 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C f = 1 kHz TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 rnA, O°C :5 TJ :S125°C
2-23

170 50 66 2.0 28 150 2.1 1.5

dB V mO rnA A mV/oC

/-LA 7800 Series
Typical Performance Curves Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature (TO-3)
100

Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature
(TQ-220)
'00

Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
25

;0:

~ i

z o

I

:0 30 20 -6HS
10 0

.0

50

I I LIMIT FOR 7,.0"'''sl. SOCIIt "tDHs ".. 1$oC/it

;0:

•o
2

50 0 30 2

I I LIMIT FOR 7800C- I >
OHS 0

I

20

o- -.l.

i'-.,

30

I .

is 20
10 0.5

.....

~
I I
5°C/W 65°CfW 50 75

i
".\
'\

z o

I

, o=-

eAT SINI(

.........

I"'- ".\

O' ,,, 'JC
03 02 1 25

i ',

~

o~ -L:r~ "r--.. o CIW
(JHS""IS o

1

'''s~

~

i:i a:
Q

~

..... r.....

r-...

0=---1<0 HEAT

~

15

-.... ~ ::-

~
~~"
r- ~p.::!!.!!!.A

178xJ_

o 0

I I~"'" f'. ",\
I I I
5°C/W 65°C/W

I-

:>

10

--~~ 'OUr "" I fO ",":0'-

4 -

OJC

"-

I'

i!: :>

3 -

6JA

TI""I"iO• C I
'00

: -

T,J

MAi - ','O.C,
50 75 100 125 150
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

"
:>

0

!O

0'
DROPOUT CONDITIONS
J,VOUT == 5% OF Your

'25

'.0

2.

o -75

50

25

0

26

50

75

100 125 160 175

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _

"c

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _

"c

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency '00
0

Dropout Characteristics

Line Transient Response
40

J~o~
w

f-- TJ

Jou, I, ,'v
= 25°C

1780~-

>

~,.~INPUT VOLTAGE

20

E

r-r-.
!i!
v"
'" 8 V TO 18 V

II

z o

,.

a:

~

~

J--

IJJ",
I

0

z

I

30

1

"'

t

w

o

~
o o

v 'A ~OUT / h ~ i',lyIT
~

=100 mA

Q

~
w

20

1

> I
w

10

I I
=1500 mA

!:;

"
C

r- -r-10

OUTPUT VOLTAGE

DEYIATION

r- f - 20

20

o

'0

lill ~5·i, II
'00

VOUT '" 5 V lOUT '" 500 mA

j

I

FREQUENCY -

"

'0 ,
Hz

100 k

t+tV

!i!
I-

:>

l10

:>
0

i!:

I- lOUT

-20

ri

= 500 mA

I I

!i! ~
!O

~

OU ; ,

I' VI
10
TIME -~.

o

12

INPUT VOLTAGE -

Peak Output Current as a Function of Input/Output Differential Voltage
0

Load Transient Response
7..15

Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage
2 1

5

r--.
~f-.

I I

V'N

= 10 V VouT=5V

c
I

I

i

0

B
!;
~

5

::::-

I'" ~

~ .....~
<$."
~

~I ~ ',r..·c

I I I I I

~80J -

o

z

LOAD CURRENT

c
0

.
I
l-

f50

f-'L TJ

~ou; , ~ v'

= 20 rnA

~80~ -

"" 25°C

E

~

E

.....
:-.

~

I
I-

o

,o /'~
5 0

m
lj,

( '$0
I

" I·" ::::r
25
V

~ "-~

~

w

1

!i!

~OL~A~E f-r- OUTP~T DEVIATION

I I

i:i
:>

~
0

Z

......
r-f-' !-"'

~

:>

Ie

\.

~ o

V
1 -2

g

c

0 0

...
0

~ :;

0

/

I I

'0

15

20

30

o

'0

20

30
TIME ~s

.0

50

60

0 10 15 20 25
V

30

35

INPUT/OutPUT DIFFERENTIAL -

INPUT VOLTAGE -

2-24

/-LA 7800 Series
Typical Performance Curyes (ConI.) Output Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
12

Current Limiting Characteristics
6

2

1781215

17"~-

>
1 12 1

" ~
~
12

w

0

....... r-.,

3

~
o
~
11 9

r--...
VIN

....... r-.,
..........
I
1

t11

.175

'r" 1= 21 mAl
Your
=0

'" 19 V 12 V

V"

'" 10 V

VOUT '"

o
SO 75 100 125 150 175

T"I
o

1=
04

TC"'08

5

v

_f12 16

l/
20
A

50

25

0

25

24

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ "C

OUTPUT CURRENT -

Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency
10

,

Quiescent Current as a Function of Temperature

l~!~ I=I,~I~
VOUT = 5 V T, '" 25"C C, = 0 I'F
lOUT

7~J5

6

_~" 1= ,:' I
VOUT =

1780~ -

5 V

1

10

I
20 mA

.. E

4 4-loUT '" 500 mA

1
~

o "

«

~
~

42
40

r- t--

,
lOUT - 500 mA

g •
3

~

II
50 25 0 25 50

ac

1111 I 1111
100 1 k 10 k
Hz

100 k

1 M

6
75 75 100 125 150 175
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _

FREQUENCY -

Note The other !lA7eOO series devices have similar curves.

DC Parameter Test Circuit

Y,N

0.331'F

0.1 I'F

Your

Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C for 7800, 125°C for 7800C) in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Package Typ I!JC °C/W 3.5 3.0 Max I!JC °C/W 5.5 5.0 Typ I!JA °C/W 40 60 Max I!JA °C/W 45 65

Design Considerations The ILA7800 fixed voltage regulator series has thermal-overload protection from excessive power dissipation, internal short circuit protection which limits the regulator's maximum current, and output transistor safe area-compensation for reducing the output current as the voltage across the pass transistor is increased.

TO-3 TO-220

PO(MAX) =

TJ(Max) - TA TJ(Max) - TA I!JC + I!CA or I!JA (Without heat sink)

2·25

JLA7800 Series
(JCA = (JCS

+ (JSA

High Input Voltage Circuits
Y,N --'"'V'>Ar_>---t
0.33 !,F

solving for TJ: TJ = T A + Po «(JJC + (JCA) or T A + PO(JJA (Without heat sink) where TJ = Junction Temperature TA = Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation (JJC = Junction-to-case-thermal resistance • (JCA = Case-to-ambient thermal resistance (JCS = Case-to-heat sink to thermal resistance (JSA = Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance (JJA = Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance

1-=-....- - - - Your
C2 NOTE 2

2

NOTE 3

'----__1t----.

V'N-_---,.

2 ...-....--Vour

Typical Applications Fixed Output Regulator Positive and Negative Regulator
Y,N ----~...-~

1-=-....- - - - Your

r-..._-_--OUTPUT

Notes 1. To specify an output voltage, substItute voltage value for "XX." 2. Bypass capacitors are recommended for optimum stability and transient response, and should be located as close as possible to the regulator.

'--_---4>__-_--_--QUTPUT

High Current Voltage Regulator
01
101

Y,N _ ...._ _....;2:..N613;3_ _ _ _ _ -_ _ _ _ _---.

R1 3.0 II

Il2;...........==~ I-'

lOUT (MAX)

..:. .

Your

{3(Q 1);::0: IOUT(Max)
IREG(Max)
R1 =

0.9
IREG

IREG(Max)

,8 (Q 1) VBE(Q 1) (,8 + 1) - IOUT(Max)

Dual Supply Operational Amplifier Supply (± 15 V @ 1_0 A)
+20 V INPUT --~t-"'-t

1-=-....___...._______ +15

V

OUTPUT

GND-~...-e---~-.--~~._---1~._-----GND

1N4001 OR EOUIVALENT
r---1~---4~-----OUTPUT

-15 V

2-26

f.lA7800 Series
High Output Current, Short Circuit Protected
01

INPUT
02
2N6124

Rsc

2N6132
~-----....,

1-"-+......Rl 3 (1
0.33
~F

OUTPUT
0.1
~F

0.8 RSC= ISC
Rl

=

IREG(Max)

,8 VSE(Q1) (,8 + 1) - IOUT(Max)

Positive and Negative Regulator

~~----~'--+OUTPUT

~~------

__----~~----~--OUTPUT

2·27

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

J,tA78MOO Series 3-Terminal Positive Voltage Regulators
Linear Products

Description The /.LA78MOO series of 3-Terminal Medium Current Positive Voltage Regulators is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These regulators employ internal current-limiting, thermal-shutdown and safe-area compensation making them essentially indestructible. If adequate heat sinking is provided, they can deliver in excess of 500 mA output current. They are intended as fixed voltage regulators in a wide range of applications including local or on-card regulation for elimination of noise and distribution problems associated with single point regulation. In addition to use as fixed voltage regulators, these devices can be used with external components to obtain adjustable output voltages and currents. • • • • • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 0.5 A NO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS INTERNAL THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA COMPENSATION • AVAILABLE IN JEDEC TO-220 AND TO-39 PACKAGES • OUTPUT VOLTAGES OF 5 V, 6 V, 8 V, 12 V, 15 V, AND 24 V • MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL TEMPERATURE RANGE Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage (5 V through 15 V) (20 V, 24 V) Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range TO-39 TO-220 Operating Junction Temperature Range /.LA78MOO /.LA78MOOC Pin Temperatures (Soldering, 60 s time limit) TO-39 (Soldering, 10 s time limit) TO-220

Connection Diagram TO-39 Package

IN
1

OUT
2

COMM
3

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /.LA78M05 Metal /.LA78M06 Metal /.LA78M08 Metal /.LA78M12 Metal /.LA78M15 Metal /.LA78M24 Metal IlA78M05C Metal /.LA78M06C Metal /.LA78M08C Metal /.LA78M12C Metal /.LA78M15C Metal Connection Diagram TO-220 Package
COMMON

Code FC FC FC FC FC FC FC FC FC FC FC

Part No. /.LA78M05HM /.LA78M06HM /.LA78M08HM /.LA78M12HM /.LA78M15HM /.LA78M24HM /.LA78M05HC /.LA78M06HC /.LA78M08HC /.LA78M12HC /.LA78M15HC

35 V 40 V Internally Limited
-65°C to -55°C to

+ 150°C
+
150°C

~I ~Il ~COMM
(Side View)

-55°C to + 150°C O°C to + 125°C

Order Information Type Package /.LA78M05C Molded Power /.LA78M06C Molded Power /.LA78M08C Molded Power /.LA78M12C Molded Power IlA78M15C Molded Power /.LA78M24C Molded Power

Pack Pack Pack Pack Pack Pack

Code Part No. GH /.LA78M05UC /.LA78M06UC GH /.LA78M08UC GH /.LA78M12UC GH /.LA78M15UC GH /.LA78M24UC GH

2-28

JLA78MOO Series
Equivalent Circuit
, . . - - . - - - - - - . - - - - - - . . - - - - _ . _ - _ . _ - - - . - - - I N P U T (1)

R4 100 k

R18 500

012
R5

R11
0.3

3.3 k

r _ , _ - - - - + - - - + - - - - - + - . _ - - + - O U T P U T (2)

R6 2.7 k

R7 500

L--~___<~___<~-

.......- _ + _ - -........-

........

--+--_ _---4_ _ _ COMMON (3)

~A78M05

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage

VIN 10 V, lOUT 350 mA, -55°C :::5 TJ :::5 150°C, CIN unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ Min 4.8 7 V :::5 VIN :::5 25 V, lOUT 200 mA

=

=

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = O.l~F,
Typ
5.0 3.0 1.0 20 10 Max 5.2 50 25 50 25 5.3 4.5 7.0 0.8 0.5 8 40 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V IVOUT

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 200 mA
lOUT 10 Hz:::5 f:::5 100 kHz

Line Regulation

TJ

= =

8 V :::5 VIN :::5 20 V, lOUT 200 mA 5 mA :::5 lOUT :::5 500 mA 5 mA :::5 lOUT :::5 200 mA 4.7

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

TJ

8 V :::5 VIN :::5 20 V, 5 mA :::5 lOUT :::5 350 mA TJ

I line Iwith with load

8 V :::5 VIN :::5 25 V, lOUT 5 mA :::5 lOUT :::5 350 mA TA

= 25°C, f = 120 Hz,

8 V :::5 VIN:::5 18 V TA

lOUT 300 mA, 62 TJ 25°C

=

= 100 mA =

62 80 2.0 300 0.5 0.7 2.5 600 1.4 0.4 0.3

dB dB V mA A mV / °C/ VOUT

= 25°C, lOUT = 350 mA = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
TJ lOUT

= 5 mA

1-55°C:::5 TJ:::5 +25°C

I+25°C:::5 TJ:::5 +150°C

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW ,.; 10 ms, duty

cycle,.; 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in Internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2-29

JLA 78MOO Series
J.LA78M05C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 10 V, lOUT 350 mA, O°C.::s TJ.::s 125°C, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ

=

= 0.33 J.LF, COUT = 0.1 J.LF, unless
Typ 5.0 3.0 1.0 20 10 Max 5.2 100 50 100 50 5.25 4.5 8.0 0.8 0.5 40 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA J.LV dB 80 2.0 300 700 1.0 dB V mA mA mV/oC

Min 4.8

= 25°C

Line Regulation

TJ

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C

7 V .::s VIN .::s 25 V, lOUT 200 mA

=

8 V .::s VIN .::s 25 V, lOUT 200 mA

=

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coelficient 01 Output Voltage

TJ

5 mA .::s lOUT .::s 500 mA 5 mA .::s lOUT .::s 200 mA 4.75

7 V .::s VIN .::s 20 V, 5 mA .::s lOUT .::s 350 mA TJ

Iwith line I with load

8 V .::s VIN .::s 25 V, lOUT 5 mA .::s lOUT .::s 350 mA TA

= 200 mA
lOUT

= 25°C, 1 = 120 Hz,

10 Hz .::s 1 .::s 100 kHz

= 100 mA 62

8 V .::s VIN .::s 18 V

lOUT 300 mA, 62 TJ 25°C

=

=

= 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA
TA

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratIo are measured using pulse techniques (TW :5 10 ms, duty

cycle :5 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·30

""A78MOO Series
/LA78M06

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage

VIN 11 V, lOUT 350 mA, -55°C :5 TJ :5 150°C, CIN unless otherwise specified.

=

=

= 0.33 /LF, COUT = 0.1 /LF,
Typ 6.0 5.0 1.5 20 10

Condition (Note)
TJ

Min
5.75

Max
6.25 60 30 60 30 6.3

Unit
V mV mV mV rnV V mA mA mA /LV IVOUT dB

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 200 mA = 25°C,
10 Hz :5 f:5 100 kHz 8 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT 200 mA

Line Regulation

TJ

=

9 V :5 VIN :5 20 V, lOUT 200 mA

=

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

TJ

5 mA :5 lOUT :5 500 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 200 mA 5.7

9 V :5 VIN :5 21 V, 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 rnA TJ 9 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TA

4.5

7.0 0.8 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

8 59 59 80 2.0 300 0.5 0.7

40

f = 120 Hz, 9 V :5 VIN :5 19 V TA TJ

= 100 mA lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C
lOUT

dB 2.5 600 1.4 .4 .3 V mA A rnV lOCI VOUT

= 25°C, lOUT = 350 mA = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C
lOUT

= 5 mA

I +25°C :5 TJ :5 +150°C

1-55°C:5 TJ:5 +25°C

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW .s 10 ms, duty

cycle .s 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in IOternal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·31

#LA 78MOO Series
~A78M06C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage

VIN 11 V, lOUT 350 mA, O°C :5 TJ :5 125°C, CIN otherwise specified.

=

=

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1 ~F, unless
Typ
6.0 5.0 1.5 20 10

Condition (Note)
TJ

Min
5.75

Max
6.25 100 50 120 60 6.3

Unit
V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 200 mA
10 Hz:5 f:5 100 kHz 8 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT 200 mA

Line Regulation

TJ

=

9 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT 200 mA

=

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

TJ

5 mA :5 lOUT :5 500 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 200 mA 5.7

8 V :5 VIN :5 21 V, 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TJ

4.5

8.0 0.8 0.5

I Iwith line

9 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TA

with load

= 25°C, f = 120 Hz,

45 59 59 80 2.0 270 700 0.5

9 V :5 VIN :5 19 V

= 100 mA lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C
lOUT

dB dB V mA mA mV/oC

= 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA
TA

Note All characterostics except noise voltage and rippla raJection ratio ara measured uSing pulse techmques (TW .:s 10 ms, duty
2-32

cycle .:s 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes In Internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

#LA 78MOO Series
#tA78M08 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 14 V, lOUT = 350 mA, -55°C :5 TJ:5 150°C, CIN = 0.33 #IF, COUT = 0.1 #IF, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 10.5 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT = 200 mA 11 V :5 VIN :5 20 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 500 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 200 mA 7.6 4.6 Min 7.7

Typ
8.0 6.0 2.0 25 10

Max 8.3 60 30 80 40 8.4 7.0 0.8 0.5

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA #tV IVOUT dB

Line Regulation

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

TJ = 25°C

11.5 V:5 VIN:5 23 V, 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TJ = 25°C

Iwith load

I with line

11.5 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:5 f:5 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, lOUT = 100 mA 56 80 2.0 300 0.5 0.7 lOUT = 300 mA, 11.5 V :5 VIN :5 21.5 V TJ = 25°C 56 8

40

dB 2.5 600 1.4 0.4 0.3 V mA A mV/oC

TA = 25°C, lOUT = 350 mA TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA I-55°C :5 TJ :5 +25°C

I+25°C :5 TJ :5 + 150°C

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejectIon ratIo are measured using pulse techniques (TW ~ 10 ms, duty

cycle ~ 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into sccount separately.

2·33

~A 78MOO Series
"A78M08C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 14 V, lOUT = 350 mA, O°C::S TJ::S 125°C, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ

= 0.33 "F, COUT = 0.1 "F, unless
Typ 8.0 6.0 2.0 25 10 Max 8.3 100 50 160 80 8.4 4.6 8.0 0.8 0.5 52 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA "V dB dB V mA mA mV/oC

Min 7.7

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C
10.5 V ::s VIN ::s 25 V, lOUT = 200 mA 11 V ::s VIN ::s 25 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA 5 mA

Line Regulation

TJ

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

TJ

::s lOUT ::s 500 mA ::s lOUT ::s 200 mA
7.6

10.5 V ::s VIN ::s 23 V, 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 350 mA TJ

.Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I ' with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

::s VIN ::s 25 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA ::s lOUT ::s 350 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz ::s f ::s 100 kHz
10.5 V f

= 120 Hz,
::s
VIN

11.5 V TA TJ

::s 21.5 V

= 100 mA lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C
lOUT

56 56 80 2.0 250 700 0.5

= 25°C = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (Tw ~ 10 ms, duty
2-34

cycle ~ 5%). Output voltage changee due to changes in '"ternal temperature must be taken into account separately.

JLA 78MOO Series
#tA78M12 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 19 V, lOUT = 350 mA, -55°C :5 TJ :5 150°C, CIN = 0.33ILF, COUT = 0.1 ILF, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 14.5 V :5 VIN :5 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 16 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 500 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 200 mA 11.4 4.8 Min 11.5

Typ
12 8.0 2.0 25 10

Max 12.5 60 30 120 60 12.6 7.0 0.8 0.5

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA #tV/VOUT dB

Line Regulation

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

TJ = 25°C

15.5 V :5 VIN:5 27 V, 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TJ = 25°C 15 V :5 VIN :5 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 350 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f :5 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 15 V :5 VIN :5 25 V

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

8

40

lOUT = 100 mA 55 lOUT = 300 mA, 55 TJ = 25°C 80 2.0 300 0.5 0.7 2.5 600 1.4 0.4 0.3

dB V mA A mV/oC/ VOUT

TA = 25°C, lOUT = 350 mA TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA i-55°C:5 TJ :5 +25°C

I+25°C :5 TJ:5 +150°C

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW .:s 10 ms, duty

cycle .:s 6%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·36

p.A78MOO Series
#A78M12C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 19 V, lOUT = 350 mA, O°C 5: TJ 5: 125°C, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ

= 0.33 #F, COUT = 0.1 #F, unless
Typ
12 8.0 2.0 25 10 Max 12.5 100 50 240 120 12.6 4.8 8.0 0.8 0.5 75 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA #V dB 80 2.0 240 700 1.0 dB V mA mA mV/oC

Min 11.5

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 200 mA = 100 mA
10 Hz 5: f 5: 100 kHz lOUT 14.5 V 5: VIN 5: 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 16 V 5: VIN 5: 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA 5: lOUT 5: 500 mA 5 mA 5: lOUT 5: 200 mA

Line Regulation

TJ

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

TJ

14.5 V 5: VIN 5: 27 V, 5 mA 5: lOUT 5: 350 mA TJ 14.5 V 5: VIN 5: 30 V, lOUT TA

11.4

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

with load 5 mA 5: lOUT 5: 350 mA

= 25°C, f = 120 Hz,

55

15 V 5: VIN 5: 25 V

lOUT = 300 mA, 55 TJ = 25°C

= 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA
TA

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW .:5 10 ms, duty

cycle .:5 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·36

~A78MOO
~A78M15

Series
~F,

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage

Y,N = 23 V, lOUT = 350 mA, -55°C S TJ S 150°C, C,N = 0.33 unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ=25°C 17.5 V S Y,N S 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 20 V S Y,N S 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA S lOUT S 500 mA 5 mA S lOUT S 200 mA 14.25 4.8 Min 14.4 Typ 15 10 3.0 25 10

COUT = 0.1 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA

~F,

Max 15.6 60 30 150 75 15.75 7.0 0.8 0.5

Line Regulation

TJ = 25°C

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current QUiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

TJ = 25°C

18.5 V S Y,N S 30 V, 5 mA S lOUT S 350 mA TJ = 25°C

.

I Iwith line

18.5 V S Y,N S 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA S lOUT S 350 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz S f S 100 kHz f= 120Hz, lOUT = 100 mA 54 70 2.0 300 0.5 0.7 lOUT = 300 mA, 18.5 V S Y,N S 28.5 V TJ = 25°C 54 8

with load

40

~V/VOUT

dB dB 2.5 600
1.4

TA = 25°C TJ = 25°C, Y,N = 35 V TJ = 25°C I-550C S TJ S +25°C lOUT = 5 mA +25°C S TJ S +150°C

V mA A mV/oC VOUT

0.4 0.3

Note
All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW .:s 10 ms, duty 2-37 cycle .:s 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in Internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

p,A 78MOO Series
"A78M15C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 23 V, lOUT = 350 mA, O°C ~ TJ ~ 125°C, CIN = 0.33 "F, COUT = 0.1 "F, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 17.5 V ~ VIN ~ 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 20 V ~ VIN ~ 30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA 5 mA
~ ~

Min 14.4

Typ 15 10 3.0 25 10

Max 15.6 100 50 300 150 15.75

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA "V dB dB V mA mA mV/oC

Line Regulation

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

TJ = 25°C

lOUT lOUT

~ ~

500 mA 200 mA 14.25

17.5 V ~ VIN ~ 30 V, 5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 350 mA TJ = 25°C 17.5 V
~

4.8
~ ~

8.0 0.8 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

VIN

30 V, lOUT = 200 mA 350 mA
~

with load 5 mA

~

lOUT

TA = 25°C, 10 Hz f= 120Hz, 18.5 V
~

f

~

100 kHz

90

lOUT = 100 mA 54
~

VIN

lOUT = 300 mA, 54 28.5 V TJ = 25°C

70 2.0 240 700 1.0

TA = 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW :$ 10 ms, duty
2-38

cycle :$ 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

JLA 78MOO Series
I'A78M24 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage VIN = 33 V, lOUT = 350 mA, -55°C :S TJ :S 150°C, CIN = 0.33I'F, COUT = 0.1 I'F, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C 27 V :S VIN :S 38 V, lOUT 200 mA Min 23 Typ 24 10 5.0 30 10 22.8 5.0 Max 25 60 30 240 120 25.2 7.0 0.8 0.5 8 40 lOUT = 100 mA 50 lOUT = 300 mA, 50 TJ = 25°C 70 2.0 300 0.5 0.7 2.5 600 1.4 0.4 0.3 Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA I'VIV OUT dB dB V mA mA mV/oC VOUT

Line Regulation

TJ=25°C

=

30 V S VIN:S 36 V, lOUT = 200 mA 5 mA :S lOUT :S 500 mA 5 mA :S lOUT :S 200 mA

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage I with line I with load

TJ = 25°C

28 V :S VIN :S 38 V, 5 mA :S lOUT :S 350 mA TJ = 25°C 28 V :S VIN :S 38 V, lOUT 5 mA :S lOUT :S 350 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz :S f :S 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, 28 V :S VIN :S 38 V

= 200 mA

TA = 25°C, lOUT = 350 mA TJ = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA I-55°C :S TJ :S +25°C

I+25°C:S TJ:S +150°C

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (Tw ~ 10 ms, duty 2-39

cycle ~ 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in intemsl temperature must be taken into account separately.

J.LA 78MOO Series
~A78M24C

Electrical Characterl8tlc8 Characterl8tlc Output Voltage

VIN = 33 V, lOUT = 350 rnA, O°C otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ

~

TJ

~

125°C, CIN

= 0.33 ~F, COUT = 0.1 ~F, unless
Typ
24 10 5.0 30 10 Max 25 100 50 480 240 25.2 5.0 8.0 0.8 0.5 170 Unit V mV mV mV mV V rnA rnA rnA
~V

Min 23

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C
~

Line Regulation

TJ

27 V ~ VIN ~ 38 V, lOUT = 200 rnA 28 V ~ VIN ~ 38 V, lOUT = 200 rnA 5 rnA 5 rnA
~ ~

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

TJ

lOUT lOUT

~ ~

500 rnA 200 rnA 22.8

27 V ~ VIN ~ 38 V, 5 rnA ~ lOUT ~ 350 rnA TJ 27 V TA VIN
~

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short·Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

38 V, lOUT 350 rnA
~

= 200 rnA
100 kHz 50 50 70 2.0 240 700 1.2

with load 5 rnA

~

lOUT

~

= 25°C, f = 120 Hz,
28 V
~

10 Hz

f

~

VIN

~

38 V

= 100 rnA lOUT = 300 rnA, TJ = 25°C
lOUT

dB dB V rnA rnA mV/oC

= 25°C, lOUT = 350 rnA = 25°C, VIN = 35 V TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 rnA
TA TJ

Note All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (TW .:5 10 ms, duty

cycle .:5 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internsl temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·40

J,LA78MOO Series
Typical Performance Curves Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature TO-39 Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature TO-220
5.0 ;0 40 30

,.

Power Watt (UIC) Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature

4. t...==-I-/,,,.. """t-!"'".~" ~ 30 r-5.•

.l

LIMIT FOR

711MOOC

II
~ 20

i 1. r-~
... 5

~

20

r-:-. ~~81"'o\" '1'=1·· C )W ~ ~
AI,.. "/fl( SH$ = 2O"C/W

.
>=
;

~ ..

"

,!,~ ~
\"...

!: 10

= ;; a:

••
•• •
1 25

0.4

I
8JC = 25°C/W PO\MAX) =- 7 5 W

so

75

100

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _

"

1\\'
150

~\\

2 03 O'
01 25
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

0.5 04

125

25

50

75

100

125

150

"c

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-"C

Peak Output Current as a Function of Input-Output Differential Voltage
12

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
100 7805

Output Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
12.18

. ..ill
I
I-

,.
•. 8

I-V!N
Your

L..Iv

80

_fo...

J-.

:>

u

0.8

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0. I-

:> 04 :>

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~.

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I
20

O'

1~18Q~OC ~ " ~~ ~
r"
15

~

i

.. ~ ....
~
a:
•0

>

12.12 f--I UT

= 12 V = 5 mA

J'ML
........

I 12.01

~ '::.:
~ 11.98

w

r...
.......

.

>

V" = 8 V TO 18 V Your'" 5 V
lOUT
== 500 mA

o

~ 1192
11 ..

K
........
0 75 50 75 100 125 150 175

o o

10

T(IIITi III
10

"64
1k
10k

25

'0

100

lOOk

-75 -50 -25

INPUT OUTPUT DIFFERENTIAL _ V

FREQUENCY - Hz

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _

°c

Dropout Characteristics
0

Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
5

Load Transient Response

t- TJ
> I •0
w

JouT L L

r

5 .5i C

')'MJS0

,iUT 140 mA
lOUT

" i:!

S >

40

Or--... V~ 1::7
I

5

r- :r-- F:::: b
~

I'-- to.....

~ ... +' '0 .... f~ , .... ~
t- f-,..'OUT "" 0 InA

I

f-

• •
2 1

I-VIN

= 10 V

VouT==5Y
LOAD CURRENT

7~MJ.

~

f1'
fl

10 T

= 100 mA

0

I'''I~

1-10

OUTPUT VOLTAGE

o •.0

:>

II
II
111
20

DEVIATION


••0
V

I
DROPOUT CONDITIONS

V

0

o I-ivoul = j'"
80 10

or VyT
25 50

1

I
75 100 125 150 175

40

-75

-so

-25

0

10

20

30
TIME 14

..

50

..

INPUT VOLTAGE -

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

Not. Other IlA78MOO Series devices have similar curves.
2-41

~A78MOO
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Quiescant Current as a Function of Input Voltage

Series

Line Transient Response

..
20
••

~
I

I

I

3.

INPUT VO TAOE

)IM~.

..

••
5

Quiescent Current as a Function of Temperature
7~MJ.;

~
~
w

. .
I

Joul=~Y' == 20 mA s. f--!L T, == 2S°C

I=.J v I '.1 r-J,. VouT=5V
47 t- Jour

JIM~-

E

= 2DO mA

>

I
Ie Ie

~

~

~

~ g
o

I- 1-1-

OUTPUT VOLTAGE


-10 ~ TJ

DEVIATION

1-1-

~ ::)

·,
...
!
12

~

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!!! 0

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••

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...
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45
4.4

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4. 4.2 4. 4.


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l

I

.......

"

:;

'" 25°e lOUT "" 500 mA

o

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"c

-2.

~~oUTI=1YI

10

5101520253035
INPUT YOLTAGE Y

-75 -so

25

0

25

50

75 100 125 150 1715

TIME -

Po.

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -

Design Considerations The !LA78MOO fixed voltage regulator series has thermal-overload protection from excessive power, internal short circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current, and output transistor safearea compensation for reducing the output short circuit current as the voltage across the pass transistor is increased. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C for 78MOO, 125°C for 78MOOC) in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Package TO-39 TO-220 Power Watt Typ (JJC 18 3 6 Max (JJC 25 5
8

Where TJ = Junction Temperature TA = Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation (JJC = Junction to case thermal resistance (JCA Case-to-ambient thermal resistance (JCS Case-to-heat sink to resistance (JSA Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance (JJA Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance

= = = =

Typical Applications Fixed Output Regulator
INPUT --'""VV'Ir~~-t ..2;......,....._ _ _ OUTPUT

Typ (JJA 120 60 70

Max (JJA 160 65 75

0.331'F NOTE 2

+C2
NOTE 2

Po (MAX) =

TJ (Max) - TA (JJC + (JCA TJ (Max) - TA (JJA

Not•• 1. To specify an output voltage. substitute voltage value for "XX". 2. Bypass Capacitors are recommended for optimum stability and transient response and should be located as close as possible to the regulator.

or (Without a heat Sink)

(JCA

= (JCS +

(JSA

Solving for TJ: TJ

=TA + Po «(JJC+(JCA) or TA + Po (JJA
(Without a heat sink)

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FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

p,A 78LOO Series 3-Terminal Positive Voltage Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram TO-92 Package

Description The ~A78LOO series of 3-Terminal Positive Voltage Regulators is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These regulators employ internal current-limiting and thermal-shutdown, making them essentially indestructible. If adequate heat sinking is provided, they can deliver up to 100 mA output current. They are intended as fixed voltage regulators in a wide range of applications including local or on-card regulation for elimination of noise and distribution problems associated with single-point regulation. In addition, they can be used with power pass elements to make high-current voltage regulators. The ~A78LOO used as a Zener diode/resistor combination replacement, offers an effective output impedance improvement of typically two orders of magnitude, along with lower quiescent current and lower noise. • • • • • • OUTPUT CURRENT UP TO 100 rnA NO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS INTERNAL THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING AVAILABLE IN JEDEC TO-92 OUTPUT VOLTAGES OF 5 V, 6_2 V, 8.2 V, 9 V, 12 V, 15 V • OUTPUT VOLTAGE TOLERANCES OF ±5% OVER THE TEMPERATURE RANGE

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ~A78L05AC Molded ~A78L62AC Molded ~A78L82AC Molded ~A78L09AC Molded ~A78L 12AC Molded ~A78L 15AC Molded

Code EI EI EI EI EI EI

Part No.
~A78L05AWC ~A78L62AWC ~A78L82AWC ~A78L09AWC ~A78L 12AWC ~A78L 15AWC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage 5.0 V to 15 V Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range Operating Junction Temperature Ranges ~A78LOOC (Commercial) Pin Temperatures (Soldering, 10 s)

35 V Internally Limited -55°C to + 150°C O°C to 260°C

+ 125°C

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~~~~~~---------

~A 78LOO
Equivalent Circuit

Series

........- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ - _ - - - - - I N P U T

017

R21 1K

R23 3.3!l

OUTPUT

c.

03
Rs

;f~f~f~t « ;i:f:f~f
c:i
0

:.: ~

...

ri
:.:

I ...

0.834 K
~-~---~--~~~--__~-----~----------COMMON

#LA78L05AC and #LA78L05AV (Note 2) Electrical Characteristics VIN 10 V, lOUT 40 mA, O°C :::s TJ unless otherwise specified. (Note 1)

=

=

:::s

125°C, CIN

= 0.33 #LF, COUT = 0.1 #LF,
Typ
5.0 55 45 11 5.0 Max 5.2 150 100 60 30 5.25 5.25 2.0 5.5 1.5 0.1 Unit V mV mV mV mV V V mA mA mA #LV mV/oC dB V mA

Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation

Condition TJ

Min 4.8 7V 8V

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ

= 25°C
VIN:::S 20 V

7V Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change

VIN (Note 3)

:::s 7 V :::s

:::s VIN:::S 20 V :::s VIN:::S 20 V 1 mA :::s IOUT:::S 100 mA 1 mA :::s lOUT :::s 40 mA 1 mA :::s lOUT :::s 40 mA
1 mA

4.75 4.75

:::s

VMax

:::s

lOUT

:::s

70 mA

Iwith line

8V

Iwith load

Output Noise Voltage Temperature Coefficient of VOUT Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output / Short-Circuit Current Notes on I'A78L 15 page.

:::s VIN:::S 20 V 1 mA :::s lOUT :::s 40 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz :::s f :::s
lOUT

100 kHz

40 -0.65

= 5 mA
:::s
VIN

= = TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C

f 120 Hz, 8 V TJ 25°C

:::s

18 V,

41

49 1.7 140

2·44·

JLA 78LOO Series
J.LA78L62AC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN = 12 V, lOUT = 40 mA, O°C :5 TJ :5 125°C, CIN = 0.33 !tF, COUT = 0.1 J.LF, unless otherwise specified. (Note 1) Condition TJ = 25°C TJ=25°C 8.5 V :5 VIN :5 20 V 9 V :5 VIN :5 20 V 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 100 mA 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 40 mA 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 40 mA 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 70 mA 5.90 5.90 2.0 Min 5.95 Typ 6.2 65 55 13 6.0 Max 6.45 175 125 80 40 6.5 6.5 5.5 1.5 0.1 50 -0.75 40 46 1.7 140 Unit V mV mV mV mV V V mA mA mA !tV mV/oC dB V mA

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C 8.5 V :5 VIN :5 20 V

Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change

8.5 V :5 VIN :5 VMax (Note 3)

Iwith line Iwith load

8.0 V :5 VIN :5 20 V 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 40 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f:5 100 kHz lOUT = 5 mA f = 120 Hz, 10 V :5 VIN :5 20 V, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C

Output Noise Voltage Temperature Coefficient of VOUT Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output / Short-Circuit Current J.LA78L82AC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = 14 V, lOUT = 40 mA, O°C :5 TJ :5 125°C, CIN = 0.33 J.LF, COUT = 0.1 J.LF, unless otherwise specified. (Note 1) Condition TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 11 V :5 VIN :5 23 V 12 V :5 VIN :5 23 V 1 mA :5 IOUT:5 100 mA 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 40 mA 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 40 mA 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 70 mA 7.8 7.8 2.1 Min 7.87 Typ 8.2 80 70 15 8.0 Max 8.53 175 125 80 40 8.5 8.6 5.5 1.5 0.1 60 -0.8 39 45 1.7 140 Unit V mV mV mV mV V V mA mA mA J.LV mV/oC dB V mA

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C 11 V :5 VIN :5 23 V

Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change

11 V :5 VIN :5 VMax (Note 3)

Iwith line Iwith load

12 V :5 VIN :5 23 V 1 mA :5 lOUT :5 40 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:5 f:5 100 kHz lOUT = 5 mA f = 120 Hz, 12 V :5 VIN :5 22 V, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C

Output Noise Voltage Temperature Coefficient of VOUT Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output / Short-Circuit Current
Noles on jtA78L 15 page.

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~A 78LOO
ItA78L09AC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

Series

VIN 15 V, lOUT 40 rnA, O°C :5 TJ :5 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specified. (Note 1) Condition

=

=

= 0.331tF, COUT = 0.11tF,
Typ
9.0 90 100 20 10 Max 9.36 200 150 90 45 9.45 9.45 2.1 5.5 1.5 0.1 70 -0.9 Unit V mV mV mV mV V V rnA rnA rnA ltV mV/oC dB V rnA

Min 8.64 11.5 V :5 VIN :5 24 V 13 V :5 VIN :5 24 V 1 mA:5 IOUT:5 100 rnA 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 40 rnA 8.55 8.55

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

Load Regulation

= 25°C

11.5 V :5 VIN :5 24 V 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 40 rnA Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change 11.5 V :5 VIN:5 VMax 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 70 rnA (Note 3)

Iwith line Iwith load

11.5 V :5 VIN :5 24 V 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 40 rnA

Output Noise Voltage Temperature Coefficient of VOUT Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output / Short-Circuit Current ItA78L12AC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

= 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f :5 100 kHz lOUT = 5 rnA f = 120 Hz, 15 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C
TA

38

44 1.7 140

VIN 19 V, lOUT 40 rnA, O°C :5 TJ :5 125°C, CIN unless otherwise specified. (Note 1) Condition TJ

=

=

= 0.33 ItF, COUT = 0.11tF,
Typ
12 120 100 20 10 Max 12.5 250 200 100 50 12.6 12.6 2.1 5.5 1.5 0.1 80 -1.0 Unit V mV mV mV mV V V rnA rnA rnA ltV mV/oC dB V rnA

Min 11.5 14.5 V :5 VIN :5 27 V 16 V :5 VIN :5 27 V 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 100 rnA 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 40 rnA 11.4 11.4

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ

Load Regulation

= 25°C

14.5 V :5 VIN :5 27 V 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 40 rnA Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change 14.5 V :5 VIN :5 VMax 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 70 rnA (Note 3)

Iwith line Iwith load

16 V :5 VIN :5 27 V 1 rnA :5 lOUT :5 40 rnA TA

Output Noise Voltage Temperature Coefficient of VOUT Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output / Short-Circuit Current
Notes on I'A78L 15 page.

= 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f :5 100 kHz lOUT = 5 rnA f = 120 Hz, 15 V :5 VIN :5 25 V, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C
2·46

37

42 1.7 140

p,A 78LOO Series
/LA78L 15AC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation VIN = 23 V, lOUT = 40 mA, O·C .:s TJ unless otherwise specified. (Note 1) Condition

.:s

125·C, CIN

= 0.33 /LF, COUT = 0.1 /LF,
Typ 15 130 110 25 12 Max 15.6 300 250 150 75 15.75 15.75 2.2 5.5 1.5 0.1 Unit V mV mV mV mV V V mA mA mA

Min 14.4 17.5 V 20 V

= 25·C TJ = 25·C
TJ TJ

= 25·C
.:s
VIN

17.5 V Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change

17.5 V .:s VIN (Note 2)

.:s .:s

30 V VMax

.:s VIN .:s 30 V .:s VIN .:s 30 V 1 mA .:s lOUT .:s 100 mA 1 mA .:s lOUT .:s 40 mA 1 mA .:s lOUT .:s 40 mA .:s lOUT .:s
70 mA

14.25 14.25

1 mA

Iwith load

Iwith line

Output Noise Voltage Temperature Coefficient of VOUT Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output / Short-Circuit Current

.:s VIN .:s 30 V 1 mA .:s lOUT .:s 40 mA TA = 25·C, 10 Hz .:s f .:s
20 V lOUT

100 kHz

90 -1.3

/LV
mV/·C dB V mA

= 5 mA
.:s
VIN

f = 120 Hz, 18.5 V TJ = 25·C

.:s 28.5 V,

34

39 1.7 140

= 25·C TJ = 25·C
TJ

Not•• 1. The maximum steady state usable output current and input voltage are very dependent on the heat sinking and I or lead length of the package. The data above represent pulse test

conditions with junction temperatures as indicated at the initiation of tests. 2. Power Dissipation :S .75 W.

Typical Performance Curves Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage
7D

Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature

Quiescent Current as a Function of Temperature

1

.. . ." .. .. " ~
I

••
•• ••
3•

YOUT =SOY = 40 mA = 25°C TJ

J.LO~ -


> I

"

z

:>

z

_f-r-

f--

"

2.
10

o

I I
50 10 15 20 25 30
INPUT VOLTAGE - Y

I~

~ ~ .
6

1

-...... .- -•

5

78~05
lOUT - 70

.2

t-

m~

I

!--

'OUT

= 40

",l

-~UT-10,"A--= F -

'26

•• ....... • .......
3•

t.LJ........ ........ ........


2

'\.

_ DROPOUT CONDITIONS
.l.VOUT = 511!. OF YOUT

25

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

..

v," "" 10 V 0 - YOUT =5V

i\
••
7'
100 125

75

'00

'i

U '

I· "l mA

2.

AMBIENT t::EMPEAATURE _

cc

Not. Other "A78LOO Series devices have similar curves.
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#LA 78LOO Series
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Dropout Characteristics
.0

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
'00

Line Transient Response

r-

T( i"jC
I~UT ~,olmA
'"

Jouo ~.J

!8LO!'8

~.l~;-

'00

1 1
INPUT VOLTAGE

.0

~
I

i'L~-

2

300

~ g

.

> I

1

60

40

~

W
'\...IOUT = 100 mA

z o

I

~
.0

~ 200

, ,

~ o

W<
.. 0
lOUT'" 40 mA ........

;;J

~

~
~
100

i'"

'"

'0

I OUT:~V~:'::~~AGE_ - f 1 1 1 1

20

I-- YiN

J
2.0

r-ITJIII ~r·111I
•. 0
V

= 8 Y to 18 V YOUT =5V lOUT = 40 mA

"
,.
'0 •
100 k

g
o

0

~

f
1

-100

lOUT = 100 mA (RESISTIVE LOAD) YOUT =5V

c-+10 12

.0

'0

'0

0'0

'00

-200 b TIME-,..s

INPUT VOLTAGE -

FREQUENCY - Hz

Load-Transient Response
1
> I

TO-92 Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature
200

1

LOAD CURRENT

i.LO~

,

00

~

0

I

I I

i
~
r-+OUTPUT VOLTAGE

z o

I
~

~

.
is
~
OJ

20 1
0"""

0125" LEAD LENGTH FROM PC BOARD.

WITH 72°CIW /AT SINK
I"?I

• = r-ill
02

DEVIATION

~ , o

1'1 1
:Oyv
20 30
TIME-#!II

2
ill
40 50 60

0 1 t-- FREE AIR

0 12S"LEAD LENGTH FROM PC BOARD,

~ 00

I- ~~UT : -2 o 10

~ 002
00

• ,2.

~ 4" ~EAD LENGTHI~
~:~::.; BOARD,

50

75

I

"" =~
150

100

125

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

Design Considerations The ~A78L series regulators have thermal overload protection from excessive power, internal short-circuit protection which limits each circuit's maximum current, and output transistor safe-area protection for reducing the output current as the voltage across each pass transistor is increased. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (125°) in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Typ Package TO-92
8JC

Thermal Considerations The TO-92 molded package manufactured by Fairchild is capable of unusually high power dissipation due to the lead frame design. However, its thermal capabilities are generally overlooked because of a lack of understanding of the thermal paths from the semiconductor junction to ambient temperature. While thermal resistance is normally specified for the device mounted 1 cm above an infinite heat sink, very little has been mentioned of the options available to improve on the conservatively rated thermal capability. An explanation of the thermal paths of the TO-92 will allow the designer to determine the thermal stress he is applying in any given application.

Max
8JC

Typ
8JA

Max
8JA

160

175

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J-LA 78LOO Series
The TO·92 Package The TO-92 package thermal paths are complex. In addition to the path through the molding compound to ambient temperature, there is another path through the pins, in parallel with the case path, to ambient temperature, as shown in Figure 1. The total thermal resistance in this model is then: /lJA shortening the lead length from package base to mounting medium. However, one point must be kept in mind. The lead thermal path includes a thermal resistance, /lSA, from the pins at the mounting point to ambient, that is, the mounting medium. /lLA is then equal to /lLS + /lSA. The new model is shown in Figure 2. In the case of a socket, /lSA could be as high as 270°C/W, thus causing a net increase in /lJA and a consequent decrease in the maximum dissipation capability. Shortening the lead length may return the net /lJA to the original value, but pin sinking would not be accomplished. In those cases where the regulator is inserted into a copper clad printed circuit board, it is advantageous to have a maximum area of copper at the entry points of the pins. While it would be desirable to rigorously define the effect of PC board copper, the real world variables are too great to allow anything more than a few general observations. The best analogy for PC board copper is to compare it with parallel resistors. Beyond some pOint, additional resistors are not significantly effective; beyond some point, additional copper area is not effective. TO·92 Thermal Equivalent Circuit (Pin at Other Than Ambient Temperature) Fig. 2

=

(/lJC + /lCA) (/lJL + /lLA) /lJC + /lCA + /lJL + /lLA

Where:/lJC = thermal resistance of the case between the regulator die and a point on the case directly above the die location. /lCA

=thermal resistance between the case
and air at ambient temperature.

/lJL = thermal resistance from transistor die through the collector lead to a point 1/16 inch below the regulator case. /lLA = total thermal resistance of the collector-base-emitter pins to ambient temperature. /lJA

=junction to

ambient thermal resistance.

TO·92 Thermal Equivalent Circuit Flg_ 1

fiJC

t
eCA

PE (WATTS)

filS

t
TA

PE (WATTS)

eSA

TA

'----~t------i:III------l
Methods of Heat Sinking With two external thermal resistances in each leg of a parallel network available to the circuit designer as variables, he can choose the method of heat sinking most applicable to his particular situation. To demonstrate, consider the effect of placing a small 72°C/W flag type heat sink, such as the Staver F1-70-2, on the 78LXX molded case. The heat sink effectively replaces the /lCA (Figure 2) and the new thermal resistance, /I'JA, is
/I' JA

'----~--~:II~--~
High Dissipation Applications
VOUT
~

C2

IL

= 145 ° C / W (assuming. 125 inch lead length)

Rl 240 !l V,

V,N
Cl 0.33pF

1

2

The net change of 15°C/W increases the allowable power dissipation to 0.86 W with an inserted cost of 1-2 cents. A still further decrease in /lJA could be achieved by using a heat sink rated at 46°C/W, such as the Staver FS-7A. Also, if the case sinking does not provide an adequate reduction in total /lJA, the other external thermal resistance, /lLA, may be reduced by
2·49

C2 0.1 pF

Il 10-30mA

-

VOUT

RL

#LA 78LOO Series
When it is necessary to operate a ~A78LOO regulator with a large input-output differential voltage, the addition of series resistor A 1 will extend the output current range of the device by sharing the total power dissipation between A1 and the regulator. A1 = VIN(Min) - VOUT - 2.0 V IL(Max) + 10 where la is the regulator quiescent current. Aegulator power dissipation at maximum input voltage and maximum load current is now PO(Max) where V 1 = VIN(Max) - (IL(Max)

Typical Applications
INPUT - - -.....--'-t

t-'-.....- - - OUTPUT
C2 O.lI'F
NOTE 2

2

Cl 0.331'F
NOTE 2

Notes 1. To specify an output voltage. substitute voltage value for "00". 2. Bypass Capacitors are recommended for optimum stability and transient response and should be located as close as possible to the regulator.

= (V 1 -

VOUT) IL(Max)

+ V 1 10

+ la) A 1

The presence of A 1 will affect load regulation according to the equation: load regulation (at constant VIN) = load regulation (at constant V1) + (line regulation, mV per V) X (AI) X (~IL). As an example, consider a 15 V regulator with a supply voltage of 30 ± 5 V, required to supply a maximum load current of 30 mAo 10 is 4.3 mA, and minimum load current is to be 10 mAo A1 = 25 - 15 - 2 = 34.3 :;;: 240 n 30 + 4.3 8 V 1 35 - (30 + 4.3).24 35 -8.2 26.8 V

=

=

=

PO(Max) = (26.8 - 15) 30

+ 26.8 (4.3)

= 354

+ 115

= 470 mW, which permit operation up to 70°C
in most applications. Line regulation of this circuit is typically 110 mV for an input range of 25-35 V at a constant load current; i.e. 11 mV IV. Load regulation

= constant V 1 load regulation
(typically 10 mV, 10-30 mA IL)

+ (11

mV IV) X 0.24 X 20 mA (typically 53 mV) 20 mA at a constant VIN of 30 V.

= 63 mV for a load current change of

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FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

~A109·~A209·~A309

5 Volt Regulator
Linear Products

Description The /.LA 109, /.LA209, and /.LA309 are complete 5 Volt Regulators constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These regulators employ internal current limiting, thermal shutdown and safe-area compensation making them essentially indestructible. They are intended for use as local regulators, eliminating noise and distribution problems associated with single point regulation. If adequate heat sinking is provided, they can provide over 1 A output current. The /.LA109, /.LA209, and /.LA309 are intended primarily for use with TTL and DTL logic and are completely specified under worst case conditions to match the power supply requirements of these logic families. In addition to use as a fixed 5 V regulator, these devices can be used with external components to obtain adjustable output voltages and currents and as the power pass element in precision regulators. • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 1 A • SPECIFIED TO MATCH WORST CASE TTL AND DTL REQUIREMENTS • NO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS • INTERNAL THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION • OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA COMPENSATION Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range Operating Junction Temperature Range Military Grade (/.LA 109) Industrial Grade (/.LA209) Commercial Grade (/.LA309) Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)
35 V Internally Limited -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C -25°C to +150°C O°C to 125°C 300°C

Connection Diagram TO-3 Package


(Top View) Case is connected to ground.

Order Information Type Package /.LA 109 Metal /.LA209 Metal /.LA309 Metal

Code HJ HJ HJ

Part No_ /.LA109KM /.LA209KM /.LA309KC

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~A109·~A209·~A309
Equivalent Circuit
r---~~--------------~--------------~--------~------~----~~---1

INPUT

R8

R9

100 n

100 II

R13 10 kll

R4 100 kn

R1B 500 n

08 ~----~-----r=

014 012
R5 3.3 kn

R12

180 II

Rll 0.3 II

.J---<p---------+---------------.............------- 2
013

OUTPUT

R16 R6

2 kll all Rl 1 kn

2.7kll

01

R7

R19

500 n Rl0 6kn

5kll

R3 1kll

R14

6kn

L---~~--~______----_--~~------~----_--~------____~--------3

COMMON

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~A109·~A209·~A309
/LA 109. /LA209 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current TJ = -55°C to +150°C for 109, -25°C to +150°C for 209, VIN = 10 V, lOUT unless otherwise specified Condition TJ TJ Min 4.7 1.5 A

= 0.5 A,

Typ
5.05 4 15

Max 5.3 50 100 5.4 10

Unit V mV mV V mA mA

= 25°C = 25°C, 5 mA ::5 IOUT::5

TJ = 25°C, 7 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 8 V ::5 VIN ::5 20 V, 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1 A, 4.6 P ::5 15 W 7 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 8 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1.0 A TA

I
ITJ = 25°C 4.2

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Long Term Stability Thermal Resistance Junction to Case (Note)

0.8 0.5 40 10 3.0

mA mA /LV mV °C/W

= 25°C,

10Hz ::5 f::5 100 kHz

Note Without a heat sink, the thermal resistance is fiJA (max) 45°C/W. With a heat sink. the effective thermal resistance can only approach the values specified, depending on the efficiency of the sink.

/LA309 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Long Term Stability

(Note) Condition TJ Min 4.8

Typ
5.05 4.0 50

Max 5.2 50 100 5.25

Unit V mV mV V mA mA mA /LV

= 25°C

TJ = 25°C 7.0 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V TJ = 25°C 5.0 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1.5 A 7.0 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 5.0 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 1.0 A P ::5 20 W 7.0 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 4.75

5.2

10 0.8 0.5

lwith line I with load

7.0 V ::5 VIN ::5 25 V 5.0 mA ::5 IOUT::5 1.0 A TA = 25°C 10 Hz ::5 f ::5 100 kHz 40

20

mV

Note Unless otherwise specified, these specifications apply for O°C ~ TJ ~ 125°C. VIN = 10 V and lOUT = 0.5 A.

2·53

~A109·~A209·~A309
Typical Performance Curves For /LA 109 and /LA209 Maximum Av~rage Power Dissipation as a Function of Ambient Temperature
50

Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency , 10
T,

Peak Output Current as a Function of Input Voltage
40

v"

~~o~~
./'
c 3.0

!O

20

I

............

i

o

z 10

~

/~NFINITE

HEAT SINK

0

/

;;

~
~

'" ~

2

r-~I~:EA~

'\

,

IL

20m~

/.c

500 mA

~
100 125

\
, 10·
150 10

Yr--'" ... I. r: 510 11
~

...I

r- ~

TJ == -55°C

o

~ 20

:J

..o
100
1k
10 k 100 k 1 M

--

" ~ "'"""' -...
~150"C

r-25
V

VOUT=45V

0.5

25

50

75

50

10

15

20

30

35

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

FREQUENCY -

Hz

INPUT VOLTAGE -

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
1oor--..,..,..-.,-----,--.,-----,

Dropout Voltage
5

Dropout Characteristic
5.5

>

<

~

.........
20

...
~
o

~ ;;

ffi

15

10

~
~

~IOUT
75 50

::::::: r--.

.........

r-....
~

& h"'200::

"'A

,J

A

IL

J,

A-

I-

r--

>

~
I~I--

--r- r=:
100 125 150

> ... :J
:J

0

< " ~
TJ ==
45

w

I 5.0

~~

r:

0

05

( 101 mY
40
25 0 25 50 75
5

~l~O-~lO~O-~l~k~~l~O~k-~l~OO~k~-,~·M
FREQUENCY Hz

0
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

VI; f-T" ITI ~55"IC /V
INPUT VOLTAGE -

150°1VI

1//,
~125.C

V

Output Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
1

Output Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency
10
T"
CL

Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage

25°C 0

w

50

t'-- i'...

< 5.01-+-+-+-+-+++-+-+-+-+--1
E

........

I

...
~
~

g
49

~

'\
"

v"
=

w

\

o

10 V

20 mA

~ g w '" (;
Z

"

0

1

:J

'" '" o
o

ffi

/ ~ 4.01-¥-+-+-++++-+-+-+-+--I

:;

~

I

-15 -50

25

0

25

50

75

100 125 150

001

10

100

1k

10 k

3.0 5 ! '-'--''''0--'--'15:--''-:2'="0-'--2'''5--'-':30--'-'35
INPUT VOLTAGE Y

JUNCTION TE""PERATURE _ °C

FREQUENCY - Hz

2-54

~A109·~A209·~A309
Typical Performance Curves for /LA 109 and /LA209 (Cont.)

Quiescent Current as a Function of Temperature
48

v,; lL
=

~

46

E
44

...I
~ 0 ...
:;

ffi

42

. /I -

~=O

il!

ffi

4.0

"

V V
~50

~L=1A

-

r:::: ~ .....

38

36
~75 ~25

0

25

50

75

100 125 150

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ DC


Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency
10

Typical Performance Curves for /LA309 Output Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
1

,

Peak Output Current as a Function of Output Voltage
4. 0

V'N
TA

:~.~=
~

w 50

I

~ .......

3.
2. 0

" ~
o

........

/

g 5

~ 49
I,
VIN = 10 V = 20 mA

"
4.8

""
10-

...I
§
o

(

.........

ffi a:

't===: 1:=1,
~ f--I,

20 rnA 500 mA

/

" l!: o "
100 k 1 M

...

J
0

I -.......

r---...

t----., To = "d·c
...........

-.K
r----...

TJ = 2SoC_

...........

I
VQUT=45V

...........

,
10 100
1 k
10 k

o
5.0 10 15

25

50

75

100

20

25
V

30

35

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

FREQUENCY -

Hz

INPUT VOLTAGE -

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
100

Dropout Voltage
25r----r----r----r----~--_,

Dropout Characteristic
55

.
~

80

.,./

z 0 ;:

i! .

. ~
20 10

=

1\

,,"J

iL
= 25"C

=1,

A

I-TJ
='

........ 125°~ ~

"'"
Hz

201'-_....

==>

w

I 5.0
TJ =

1\\
\
1 M

1.01-=::f-----;I-'=-..;;.=--+-'=-i

g 5 ~ 45
o "
40
5

~

125O~

i< 40

t--- YIN

" 3V r
== 10 V

== 200 mA

05~--~----+---_+--~~-.~

/;

VI

TJ = 25"C

-r

~Vr

p
10 k 100 k

100

1 k

°0~--~2~5--~~~---7~5~~1~00~~,25
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _

II
INPUT VOLTAGE - Y

FREQUENCY -

ac

2·55

~A109·~A209·~A309
Typical Performance Curves for jlA309 (Cont.) Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage
•.0

Output Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency
10 TJ C,

Quiescent Current as a Function of Junction Temperature
•. 0
YIN

.
~
~

I,

~ 200imA

25°C
0

J

10 V

E

I >-55
:J
(,)

\.~o~ :.-

TJ = 12[C

1

"50

ffi

~ 5,0

/
I

-

-=::: ~"""""'=O
25 50 75

,,=~~ ~

~
4. 5

lL"" l 10

I--

1

50

15

20

25

00 1 10

4.5

100
FREQUENCY -

1 k

10k

o

100

125

INPUT VOLTAGE ..... V

Hz

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

Typical Applications Fixed 5 V Regulator
INPUT--.-"I OUTPUT
SV

Cl
0.22 MF

NOTE

Note Bypass capacitors are recommended for optimum stability and transient response and should be located as close as possible to the regulator.

2·56

I=AIRCHILC
A Schlumberger Company

J.lA 7900 Series 3-Terminal Negative Voltage Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram TO-3 Package

Description The IlA7900 series of Monolithic 3-Terminal Negative Regulators is manufactured using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These negative regulators are intended as complements to the popular IlA7800 series of positive voltage regulators, and they are available in the same voltage options from -5 to -15 V. The 7900s employ internal currentlimiting, safe-area protection, and thermal shutdown, making them virtually indestructible. • • • • • • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 1 A INTERNAL THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA COMPENSATION AVAILABLE IN THE TO-220 AND THE TO-3 PACKAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGES ARE 5, 8,12 and 15 V

'"Q"'
COMMON

(Top View)


Part No. IlA7905KM IlA7908KM IlA7912KM IlA7915KM IlA7905KC IlA7908KC IlA7912KC IlA7915KC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage (5 V through 18 V) Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range TO-3 (Aluminum or Steel) TO-220 Operating Junction Temperature Range Military (IlA7900) Commercial (IlA7900C) Pin Temperature TO-3 (Soldering, 60 s) TO-220 (Soldering, 10 s)

Order Information Type Package IlA7905 Metal IlA7908 Metal IlA 7912 Metal IlA7915 Metal IlA7905C Metal IlA7908C Metal IlA7912C Metal IlA7915C Metal Connection Diagram TO-220 Package

Code HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ

-35 V Internally Limited -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C O°C to +125°C

@>I

'--,N
(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA7905C Molded Power IlA7908C Molded Power Molded Power IlA7912C Molded Power IlA7915C

Pack Pack Pack Pack

Code Part No. GH IlA7905UC GH IlA7908UC IlA7912UC GH IlA7915UC GH

Note The conventIon for NegatIve Regulators IS the Algebraic value, thus -15 IS less than -10 V. 2-57

,."A7900 Series
Equivalent Circuit
r-----.---------------.---------~--~----------------~--------------~r_--------~----~-COMMON

R2

1

Uk
R25 4.Sk TO 6.3 k

D2

04

R23 4k

Rl 7.8k

R20

17.2k

I
II

I I

R24

1.7k T018k -12VTO
-24 V

R4

I OPTIONS

2.2k
RS 420

-1/ .-----I---If--------I

OUTPUT 2

01

R19 S.3k R14 2.3k R16 4.7k R17 3k

020

R21
17k R30 200

R22 0.04

R13

O.os
INPUT 3

2-58'

/.LA 7900 Series
~A7905

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = -10 V,IOUT = 500 mA, CIN = 2 ~F, COUT = 1 ~F, -55°C:::; TJ:::; 150°C, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C -7 V :::; VIN :::; -25 V -8 V :::; VIN :::; -12 V 5 mA :::; lOUT:::; 1.5 A 250 mA :::; lOUT:::; 750 mA -4.70 1.0 Min -4.8

Typ
-5.0 3 1 15 5

Max -5.2 50 25 100 25 -5.30 2.0 1.3 0.5

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V!VOUT

Load Regulation

Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage Short·Circuit Current
~A7905C

-8.0 V :::; VIN :::; -20 V 5 mA :::; lOUT:::; 1.0 A p:::; 15 W TJ = 25°C

I line Iwith with load

-8 V :::; VIN :::; -25 V 5 mA :::; lOUT:::; 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:::; I:::; 100 kHz
1 = 120 Hz, -8 V :::; VIN :::; -18 V

25 54 1.3 60 1.1 2.1

80 2.3 3.3 0.3 1.2

dB V A mV lOCI VOUT A

lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA, -55°C:::; TJ:::; 150°C VIN = -35 V, TJ = 25°C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = -10 V, lOUT = 500 mA, CIN = 2 otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ

~F,

COUT = 1 ~F, O°C:::; TJ:::; 125°C, unless . Min -4.8

Typ
-5.0 3.0 1.0 15 5.0

Max -5.2 100 50 100 50 -5.25

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA
~V

= 25°C

-7 V :::; VIN :::; -25 V -8 V :::; VIN :::; -12 V 5 mA :::; lOUT:::; 1.5 A 250 rnA:::; lOUT:::; 750 mA -4.75

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

-7 V :::; VIN :::; -20 V 5 mA :::; lOUT:::; 1.0 A p:::; 15 W TJ = 25°C -7 V :::; VIN :::; -25 V 5 mA :::; lOUT:::; 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:::; 1 :::; 100 kHz
1 = 120 Hz, -8 V:::; VIN:::; -18 V

1.0

2.0 1.3 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change]
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

with load

125 54 60
1.1

dB V' A mV/oC

lOUT = 1.0 A. TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mAo O°C :::; TJ :::; 125°C

2.1 0.4

.,

Note 1. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tW :$ 10 ms, duty cycle :$ 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2-59

J-LA 7900 Series
/LA7908 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN -14 V,IOUT 500 mA, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note)

=

=

= 2/LF, COUT = 1/LF, -55°C:5 TJ:5
Min -7.7

150°C, unless Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA /LVIVOUT dB V A mV/oC/ VOUT A

Typ
-8.0 6.0 2.0 12 4.0

Max -8.3 80 40 100 40 -8.4

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ

-10.5 V :5 VIN :5 -25 V -11 V :5 VIN :5 -17 V 5 mA:5 IOUT:5 1.5 A 250 mA :5 lOUT :5 750 mA -7.6

Load Regulation

= 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

-11.5 V :5 VIN :5 -23 V 5 mA :5 IOUT:5 1.0 A p:5 15 W TJ

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Short-Circuit Current /LA7908C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

= 25°C

1.0

2.0 1.0 0.5

-11.5 V :5 VIN :5 -25 V 5 mA:5 IOUT:5 1.0 A TA f

= 25°C, 10 Hz:5 f:5 100 kHz = 120 Hz, -11.5 V :5 VIN :5 -21.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C
= 25°C = 5 mA, -55°C
:5 TJ:5 150°C lOUT VIN

25 54 1.3 60 1.1 2.1

80 2.3 3.3 0.3 1.2

TJ

= -35 V, TJ = 25°C =

VIN -14 V, lOUT 500 mA, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ=25°C

=

= 2 /LF, COUT = 1 /LF, O°C :5 TJ :5
Min -7.7

125°C, unless Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA /LV dB V A mV/oC

Typ
-8.0 6.0 2.0 12 4.0

Max -8.3 160 80 160 80 -8.4

-10.5 V :5 VIN :5 -25 V -11 V :5 VIN :5 -17 V 5 mA :5 lOUT :5 1.5 A 250 mA :5 lOUT :5 750 mA -7.6

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

-10.5 V :5 VIN :5 -23 V 5 mA :5 IOUT:5 1.0 A P :5 15 W TJ = 25°C -10.5 V :5 VIN :5 -25 V 5 mA:5 IOUT:5 1.0 A TA = 25°C, 10 Hz :5 f :5 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, -11.5 V :5 VIN:5 -21.5 V lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C TJ=25°C lOUT

1.0

2.0 1.0 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

200 54 60 1.1 2.1

= 5 mA, O°C

:5 TJ :5 125°C

0.6

Note 1. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejectoon ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tw :oS 10 ms, duty cycle :oS 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes 10 IOternal temperature must be taken into account separately

2·60

JLA 7900 Series
ItA7912 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN = -19 V, lOUT = 500 mA, CIN = 2 ItF, COUT = 1 ItF, -55 ° C ~ T J :s 150 ° C, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C -14.5 V
~

Min -11.5 VIN
~

Typ
-12.0 10 3.0 12 4.0

Max -12.5 120 60 120 60 -12.6

Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA ItVIVOUT dB V A mV / °C/ VOUT A

-30 V

-16V~VIN~-22V

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C

5 mA

:s

lOUT

~

1.5 A

250 mA ~ lOUT ~ 750 mA -11.4

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

-15.5 V ~ VIN:S -27 V 5 mA ~ lOUT ~ 1.0 A P :s 15 W TJ = 25°C -15 V 5 mA

1.5
~ ~

3.0 1.0 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Short-Circuit Current ItA7912C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

:s

VIN

-30 V 1.0 A
~

~

lOUT

TA = 25°C, 10 Hz f = 120 Hz, -15 V TJ = 25°C

f

~

100 kHz 54 1.3

25 60 1.1 2.1

80 2.3 3.3 0.3 1.2

:s

VIN:S -25 V

lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C

lOUT = 5 mA, -55°C ~ TJ:S 150°C VIN = -35 V, TJ = 25°C

VIN = -19 V, lOUT = 500 mA, CIN = 2 ItF, COUT = 1 ItF, O°C ~ TJ otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ=25°C TJ = 25°C -14.5 V
~

:s

125°C, unless Unit V mV mV mV mV V mA mA mA ltV dB V A mV/oC

Min -11.5 VIN
~

Typ
-12.0 10 3.0 12 4.0

Max -12.5 240 120 240 120 -12.6

-30 V

-16V:SVIN~-22V

Load Regulation

TJ = 25°C

5 mA

:s

lOUT
~

~

1.5 A
~

250 mA Output Voltage Quiescent Current

lOUT

750 mA -11.4

-14.5 V :s VIN ~ -27 V 5 mA :s lOUT ~ 1.0 A P ~ 15 W TJ = 25°C -14.5 V 5 mA f=
~

1.5 VIN:S -30 V 1.0 A

3.0 1.0 0.5

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

with load

:s lOUT ~

TA = 25°C, 10 Hz

:s f :s

100 kHz 54

300 60

120Hz,-15V:SVIN~-25V

lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA, O°C:S TJ:S 125°C

1.1
2.1 0.8

Note 1. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tw :s: 10 ms. duty cycle :s: 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·61

JlA 7900 Series
/LA7915 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation VIN -23 V, lOUT 500 mA, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note)

=

=

= 2/LF, COUT = 1/LF, -55°C S
Min -14.4

TJ S 150°C, unless Max -15.6 150 75 150 75 Unit V mV mV mV mV

Typ
-15.0 11 3.0 12 4.0

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ

Load Regulation

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

s -30 V s -26 V 5 mA s lOUT s 1.5 A TJ = 25°C 250 mA s lOUT s 750 mA -18.5 V s VIN s -30 V 5 mA s lOUT s 1.0 A P s 15W
-17.5 V -20 V VIN

s

s

VIN

-14.25 1.5

-15.75 V 3.0 1.0 0.5 25 80 2.3 3.3 1.3 1.2 mA mA mA /LV IVOUT dB V A mV lOCI VOUT A

TJ = 25°C -18.5 V 5 mA TA

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Short-Circuit Current /LA7915C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation

s

VIN

s

-30 V

s

lOUT

s

1.0 A 54 1.3 60
1.1

= 25°C, 10 Hz s f s 100 kHz f = 120 Hz, -18.5 V s VIN s -28.5 V
lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C lOUT = 5 mA, -55°C VIN

2.1 -1.0

s

TJ

s

150°C

= -35 V, TJ = 25°C
= 2/LF, COUT =
1 /LF, O°C Min -14.4 -17.5 V -20 V 5 mA

VIN = -23 V, lOUT = 500 mA, CIN otherwise specified. Condition (Note) TJ

s

TJ

s

125°C, unless Unit V mV mV mV mV

Typ
-15.0 11 3.0 12 4.0

Max -15.6 300 150 300 150

= 25°C
s
VIN

TJ = 25°C

s

-30 V

s s

VIN lOUT

Load Regulation

TJ

= 25°C

s

s s

-26 V 1.5 A

250 mA

lOUT

s

750 mA -14.25

Output Voltage Quiescent Current

-17.5 V s VIN s -30 V 5 mA s lOUT s 1.0 A P s 15 W TJ

-15.75 V 1.5 3.0 1.0 0.5 mA mA mA /LV dB V A

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

= 25°C
s
VIN

-17.5 V 5 mA f

s

-30 V

s

lOUT

s

1.0 A

TA = 25°C, 10 Hz

s

f

s

100 kHz -28.5 V 54

375 60 1.1 2.1 1.0

= 120 Hz, -18.5 V s VIN s lOUT = 1.0 A, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C
lOUT = 5 mA, O°C

s

TJ

s

125°C

mV/oC

Note 1. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (t w ::S 10 ms, duty cycle ::S 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·62

JLA 7900 Series
Typical Performance Curves Worst Case Power Dissipation as a Function of Ambient Temperature (TO-220)
100
50 40 30
;0 20 10

Worst Case Power Dissipation as a Function of Ambient Temperature (TO-3)
50

Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
14

J

LIMIT FOR JiA7900C

-;0

I LIMIT FOR "A7900C l>

40

S 20 ror
~ 1.0

4.0 iii 3.0

~ ~ if

50

ro~::-;---' r- ,.....J. T8"S_-'· C1W
-7S"C/1V

INFINITE HEAT SINK

~

........

Q ;

~l
11
5"C/W

~

e 8NFINI"rE ~EAr SINK 10 i= ......!8HS "'soCIW 50 i= ...J0l<1........ -7So C;IV 40
20
30

3D

J 12
~
ffi
~

10

~

__ lOur

JO~

........

~

os
0.4 03 r-8JC 02 f- ~JA
0.1

I'100

"\l\ '\ l\

~
Q

20 10 05

i:::::: [ - NO HEAT SINI(

o

;0

ffi

I I
I I
-(lJC _ ~)JA =

r-.
100

........ ........

'\ 1\
,\1'

o. 04
03 02

5 o. 08 5 ~
~ 06
~

c

~

....
I---

........ ~

..... ::::1Z..<'oQ"'4
<0",

~111.q- ~
lou
f

I

:::: trt-

f00~

55"C/W
45° C/W

65" PO(MAX} 15W

c/w

25

50

7S

125

"

POIMAx)~15W

150

01 25

50

75

125
0

150

04

'r l',orVT 1
25 0 25 50

DROPOUT CONDITIONS

~('4

"" ........

75100125150

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-" C

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _

C

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE- C

Output Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
~ 0.20

Peak Output Current as a Function of Input-Output Differential Voltage
30

Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency
10

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2·63

/.LA 7900 Series
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Output Voltages

Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage
23

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100 125 150 175

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Design Considerations The JlA7900 fixed voltage regulator series has thermal-overload protection from excessive power dissipation, internal short-circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current, and output transistor safe-area compensation for reducing the output current as the voltage across the pass transistor is increased. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150'C for 7900, 125'C for 7900C) in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used:

Typical Applications Bypass capacitors are recommended for stable operation of the JlA7900 series of regulators over the input voltage and output current ranges. Output bypass capacitors will improve the transient response of the regulator. The bypass capacitors, (2 JlF on the input, 1 JlF on the output) should be ceramic or solid tantalum which have good high frequency characteristics. If aluminum electrolytics are used, their values should be 10 JlF or larger. The bypass capacitors should be mounted with the shortest leads, and if possible, directly across the regulator terminals. Fixed Output Regulator

Package TO-3 TO-220

Typ IJJC 'C/W 3.5 3.0

Max IJJC 'C/W 5.5 5.0

Typ IJJA 'C/W 40 60

Max IJJA 'C/W 45 65

VIN _ _ _3

:......t
I-_--VOUT

1.0 l'F

High Current Voltage Regulator TJ (Max) - TA or PO(MAX) = OJC + DCA IJCA = IJCS
VIN-.......-""""'"

lOUT r -__- - - - - _ - V O U T

+ IJSA (Without heat sink) + IJCA)

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + Po (IJJC Where TJ = TA = Po = IJJA IJJC 8CA 8cS 8SA

= = = = =

or TA + POIJJA (Without heat sink) Junction Temperature Ambient Temperature Power Dissipation Junction-to-Ambient Thermal Resistance Junction-to-Case Thermal Resistance Case-to-Ambient Thermal Resistance Case-to-Heat Sink Thermal Resistance Heat Sink-to-Ambient Thermal Resistance
2-64

r1.
R1 = VSE(al)
IREG lal

0 1'F

= ,6(Q1)IREG

JLA 7900 Series
High Output Current, Foldback Current Limited

VIN ......-

......-'VI/'v-_--+"""-

~------_-VOUT

R1
611

1.0!,F

High Output Current, Short·Circuit Protected
~------_-VOUT

R1
611


OUTPUT

RSC

= VBE(Q2)
Isc

Operational Amplifier Supply (± 15 V @ 1.0 A)
+20 V INPUT --~~'i
~~

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~

_ _ _ _ _ _ +15V

1N4001 OR EQUIVALENT

-15 V ~--e---~-----OUTPUT

2-65

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

J.LA 79MOO Series 3-Terminal Negative Voltage Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram TO-39 Package

Description The ILA79MOO series of 3-Terminal Medium Current Negative Voltage Regulators are constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These regulators employ internal current limiting, thermal shutdown and safe-area compensation making them essentially indestructible. If adequate heat sinking is provided. they can deliver up to 500 mA output current. They are intended as fixed voltage regulators in a wide range of applications including local (on-card) regulation for elimination of noise and distribution problems associated with single point regulation. In addition to use as fixed voltage regulators, these devices can be used with external components to obtain adjustable output voltages and currents. OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 0_5 A INTERNAL THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA COMPENSATION • AVAILABLE IN JEDEC TO-220 AND TO-39 PACKAGES • OUTPUT VOLTAGES OF -5 V. -8 V, -12 V, and -15V Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage -5 V through -15 V
-24 V

COMM 1

OUT 2

IN 3

(Top View)

• • • •

Order Information Type Package ILA79M05 Metal ILA79M05C Metal ILA79M08 Metal ILA79M08C Metal ILA79M12 Metal ILA79M12C Metal ILA79M15 Metal ILA79M15C Metal Connection Diagram TO-220 Package

Code FC FC FC FC FC FC FC FC

Part No. ILA79M05HM ILA79M05AHC ILA79M08HM ILA79M08AHC ILA79M12HM ILA79M 12AHC ILA79M15HM ILA79M15AHC

Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range TO-39 TO-220 Operating Junction Temperature Range TO-39 Military (ILA79MOO) Commercial (ILA79MOOC) TO-220 Commercial (ILA79MOOC) Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s) TO-39 (Soldering, 10 s) TO-220

-35 V -40 V Internally Limited -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C

(Side View)

-55°C to +150°C O°C to +125°C

300°C 230°C

Order Information Type Package ILA79M05C Molded Power ILA79M08C Molded Power ILA79M12C Molded Power ILA79M15C Molded Power

Pack Pack Pack Pack

Code GH GH GH GH

Part No. ILA79M05AUC ILA79M08AUC ILA79M12AUC ILA79M15AUC

2·66

J.LA 79MOO Series
Equivalent Circuit
r-----~----------~------~--~------------_.------------~--------~--~-COMMON
R2 14k

1

R2S 4Sk TOG 3k

R23 4k

R24

17k T018k
RS 420

01

OUTPUT

2

R22

01
R30

200

R13 02

~----+-----+-----~----~~~~------------~--~~~----------~~----~~INPUT

3

/LA79M05HM Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = -10 V,IOUT = 350 rnA, -55°C::5 TJ::5 150°C, CIN = 2 /LF, COUT = 1 /LF, unless otherwise specified. Notes 1 and 2

Condition (Note 3)
TJ=25°C TJ = 25°C 1-25 V ::5 VIN ::5 -7 V 1-18 V ::5 VIN ::5 -8 V

Min
-5.2

Typ -5.0 7.0 3.0 75 50

Max
-4.8 50 30 100

Unit
V mV mV mV mV

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Iwith line Quiescent Current Change 1 with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage
Notes on 79M05A page.

TJ = 25°C, 5 rnA ::5 IOUT::5 500 rnA TJ = 25°C, 5 rnA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 rnA -25 V ::5 VIN ::5 -7 V 5 rnA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 rnA, PD ::5 4 W TJ = 25°C -25 V ::5 VIN ::5 -8 V 5 rnA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 rnA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz ::5 f ::5 100 kHz -18 V ::5 VIN::5 -8 V, f = 120 Hz TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = -35 V 0.5 lOUT = 5 rnA -55°C::5 TJ::5 +150°C -5.25

-4.75 V 1.0 2.0 0.4 0.4 25 80 rnA rnA rnA /LV IVOUT dB 60 1.1 2.3 0.6 0.65 1.4 0.3 dB V A A mV / °C/ VOUT

IlOUT = 300 rnA, TJ = 25°C

IlOUT =

100 rnA 50 54

2-67

JLA79MOO Series
p.A79M05AHC AND p.A79M05AUC Electrical Characteristics VIN = -10 V, lOUT = 350 mA, -O°C ::5 TJ::5 125°C, CIN = 2 p.F, COUT = 1 p.F, unless otherwise specified. Characteristic Condition (Note 3) Min Typ Max Unit

Output Voltage Line Regulation

TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 1-25 V ::5 VIN ::5 -7 V 1-18 V ::5 VIN ::5 -8 V

-5.2

-5.0 7.0 3.0 75 50

-4.8 50 30 100

V mV mV mV mV

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current Quiescent Current Change Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

TJ = 25°C, 5 mA::5 IOUT::5 500 mA TJ = 25°C, 5 mA::5 IOUT::5 350 mA -25 V ::5 VIN ::5 -7 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 mA, Po ::5 4 W TJ = 25°C 1with line -25 V ::5 VIN ::5 -8 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 mA TA = 25°C, 10 Hz ::5 f ::5 100 kHz -18 V ::5 VIN ::5 -8 V, 1lOUT = 100 mA 50 f = 120 Hz 1lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C 54 TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = -30 V -5.25

-4.75 V 1.0 2.0 0.4 0.4 125 60 mA mA mA p.V dB dB V mA mA mV/oC

Iwith load

1.1
140 650

lOUT = 5 mA

0.4

Notes 1. See Test CIrcuit. 2. The convenllon for negative regulators is the algebraIc values, thus -15 V is less than -10 V 3 All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techOlques <tw :S 10 ms, duty cycle :S 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in '"ternal temperature must be taken into account separately.

2·66

/-LA 79MOO Series
J.tA79M08HM

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

VIN = -14 V,IOUT = 350 rnA, -55°C:S TJ:S 150°C, CIN otherwise specilied.

= 2 J.tF, COUT = 1 J.tF, unless
Typ
-8.0 8.0 4.0 90 60

Condition (Note 3)
TJ TJ TJ TJ

Min
-8.3

Max
-7.7 80 50 160

Unit
V rnV rnV rnV rnV

= 25°C = 25°C
1-25 V :S VIN:S -10.5 V 1-21 V:S VIN:S -11 V

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

= 25°C, 5 rnA :S IOUT:S 500 rnA = 25°C, 5 rnA :S IOUT:S 350 rnA
-8.4

-25 V :S VIN :S -10.5 V 5 rnA :S lOUT :S 350 rnA, Po :S 4 W TJ

-7.6 1.0 2.0 0.4 0.4 25 80

V rnA rnA rnA J.tV/VOUT dB dB

= 25°C = 25°C,

-25 V :S VIN:S -10.5 V 5 rnA :S lOUT :S 350 rnA TA 10 Hz:S I:S 100 kHz -21.5 V:S VIN:S -11.5 V,IIOUT

1 = 120 Hz
TJ TJ

= 100 rnA 1lOUT = 300 rnA, TJ = 25°C

50 54 59 1.1 0.5 0.65 2.3 0.6 1.4 0.3

= 25°C = 25°C, VIN = -35 V = 5 rnA -55°C
:S TJ:S +150°C

V A A rnV / °C/ VOUT

lOUT

J.tA79M08AHC AND J.tA79M08AUC Electrical Characteristics VIN = -14 V, lOUT = 350 rnA, O°C :S TJ:S 125°C, CIN otherwise specilied.

= 2 J.tF, COUT = 1 J.tF,
Typ
-8.0 8.0 4.0 90 60

unless

Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

Condition (Note 3)
TJ TJ TJ TJ

Min
-8.3

Max
-7.7 80 50 160

Unit
V rnV rnV rnV rnV

= 25°C = 25°C
1-25 V :S VIN:S -10.5 V 1-21 V:S VIN:S -11 V

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

= 25°C, 5 rnA :S lOUT :S 500 rnA = 25°C, 5 rnA :S lOUT :S 350 rnA
-8.4

-25 V:S VIN:S -10.5 V 5 rnA :S lOUT :S 350 rnA, Po :S 4 W TJ

-7.6 1.0 2.0 0.4 0.4 200

V rnA rnA rnA J.tV dB dB V rnA rnA rnV/oC

= 25°C = 25°C,

-25 V :S VIN :S -10.5 V 5 rnA :S lOUT :S 350 rnA TA 10 Hz :S I:S 100 kHz -21.5V:SVIN:S-11.5V,IIOUT

1 = 120 Hz 1lOUT
TJ TJ

= 100 rnA = 300 rnA, TJ = 25°C

50 54 59

= 25°C = 25°C, VIN = -30 V = 5 rnA

1.1
140 650

lOUT

0.6

Notes on 79M05A page. 2·69

p,A 79MOO Series
JtA79M12HM Electrical Characteristics VIN = -11 V, lOUT = 350 mA, -55°C.::5 TJ.::5 150°C, CIN otherwise specified.

= 2 JtF, COUT = 1 JtF, unless
Typ 9.0 5.0 65 45

Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

Condition (Note 3)
TJ TJ TJ TJ

Min

Max
80 50 240

Unit
mV mV mV mV

= 25°C = 25°C
1-30 V.::5 VIN.::5 -14.5 V 1-25 V .::5 VIN .::5 -15 V

-12.5 -12

-11.5 V

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current lwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

= 25°C, 5 mA .::5 IOUT.::5 500 mA = 25°C, 5 mA .::5 IOUT.::5 350 mA
-12.6

-30V.::5 VIN.::5 -14.5V 5 mA .::5 lOUT .::5 350 mA, Po .::5 4 W TJ

-11.4 V 1.5 3.0 0.4 0.4 25 80 mA mA mA JtV/VOUT dB 60 1.1 2.3 0.6 1.4 0.3 dB V A A mV lOCI VOUT

= 25°C = 25°C,

-30 V .::5 VIN.::5 -14.5 V 5 mA .::5 lOUT .::5 350 mA TA 10 Hz .::5 f.::5 100 kHz -25 V .::5 VIN .::5 -15 V,IIOUT

= 120 Hz TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = -35 V
f lOUT

= 100 mA 1lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C

50 54

0.5

0.65

= 5 mA -55°C.::5 TJ.::5

+150°C

JtA79M12AHC AND JtA79M12AUC Electrical Characteristics VIN = -19 V, lOUT = 350 mA, O°C .::5 TJ.::5 125°C, CIN otherwise specified.

= 2 JtF, COUT = 1 JtF,
Typ 9.0 5.0 65 45

unless

Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation

Condition (Note 3)
TJ TJ TJ TJ

Min

Max
80 50 240

Unit
mV mV mV mV

= 25°C = 25°C
1-30V.::5VIN.::5-14.5V 1-25V.::5VIN.::5-15V

-12.5 -12

-11.5 V

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current I with line Quiescent Current Change I with load Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage

= 25°C, 5 mA .::5 IOUT.::5 500 mA = 25°C, 5 mA .::5 IOUT.::5 350 mA
-12.6

-30V.::5 VIN.::5 -14.5V 5 mA .::5 lOUT .::5 350 mA, Po .::5 4 W TJ

-11.4 V 1.5 3.0 0.4 0.4 300 mA mA mA JtV dB 60 dB V mA mA

= 25°C = 25°C,

-30 V .::5 VIN .::5 -14.5 V 5 mA .::5 lOUT .::5 350 mA TA 10 Hz .::5 f.::5 100 kHz -25 V .::5 VIN .::5 -15 V I lOUT

= 120 Hz TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C, VIN = -30 V
f lOUT

= 100 mA 1lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C

50 54

1.1
140 650

= 5 mA

0.8

mV/oC

Notes on

79M05A page. 2·70

J.lA 79MOO Series
p.A79M15HM Electrical Characteristics Characteristic

VIN = -23 V, lOUT 350 mA, -55°C::5 TJ::5 150°C, CIN otherwise specified.
Condition (Note 3) Min

=

= 2 p.F, COUT = 1 p.F, unless
Typ Max Unit

Output Voltage Line Regulation

= 25°C TJ = 25°C
TJ TJ TJ

-15.6 -15 1-30 V ::5 VIN ::5 -17.5 V \-28 V ::5 VIN ::5 -18 V 9.0 7.0 65 45 -15.75 1.5

-14.4 V 80 50 240 mV mV mV mV -14.25 V 3.0 0.4 0.4 mA mA mA P.V/VOUT dB dB 2.3 0.6 1.4 0.3 V A A mV / °C/ VOUT

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

= 25°C, 5 mA ::5 IOUT::5 500 mA = 25°C, 5 mA ::5 IOUT::5 350 mA = 25°C
= 25°C,
10 Hz ::5 1::5 100 kHz

-30V::5 VIN::5 -17.5V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 mA, Po ::5 4 W TJ -30 V ::5 VIN ::5 -17.5 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 mA TA

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

25 50 54 59

80

-28.5 V ::5 VIN ::5 -18.5 V, lOUT 1 = 120 Hz TJ TJ

= 100 mA \ lOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C
VIN

I

= 25°C = 25°C,

1.1

= -35 V
0.5 0.65 ::5 TJ::5 +150°C

lOUT

= 5 mA -55°C

p.A79M15AHC AND p.A79M15AUC Electrical Characteristics VIN = -23 V, lOUT = 350 mA, O°C ::5 TJ ::5 125°C, CIN otherwise specified. Characteristic Condition (Note 3) Min

= 2 p.F, COUT = 1 p.F, unless
Typ Max Unit

Output Voltage Line Regulation

TJ TJ TJ TJ

= 25°C = 25°C
1-30 V ::5 VIN ::5 -17.5 V ]-28 V ::5 VIN ::5 -18 V lOUT ::5 500 mA lOUT ::5 350 mA

-15.6

-15 9.0 7.0 65 45

-14.4 V 80 50 240 mV mV mV mV -14.25 V

Load Regulation Output Voltage Quiescent Current

= 25°C, 5 mA ::5 = 25°C, 5 mA ::5 = 25°C = 25°C,

-30 V ::5 VIN ::5 -17.5 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 mA, Po ::5 4 W TJ -30 V ::5 VIN::5 -17.5 V 5 mA ::5 lOUT ::5 350 mA TA f 10 Hz::5 1::5 100 kHz

-15.75 1.5

3.0 0.4 0.4

mA mA mA p.V dB dB V mA mA mV/oC

Iwith line Quiescent Current Change I with load
Output Noise Voltage Ripple Rejection Dropout Voltage Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage

375 50 54 59

-28.5 V ::5 VIN ::5 -18.5 V, lOUT

= 120 Hz = 25°C TJ = 25°C,
TJ lOUT

= 100 mA \IOUT = 300 mA, TJ = 25°C
VIN

I

1.1

= -30 V

140 650

= 5 mA

1.0

Note All characteristics except nOise voltage and ripple reiection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tw ::S 10 ms, duty

cycle ::S 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes In Internal temperature must be taken Into account separately.

2·71

p,A 79MOO Series
Typical Performance Curves Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temerature
2

Output Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
lOUT = 100mA

Peak Output Current as a Function of Input-Output Differential Voltage
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700
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100 1k 10k 100k 1M 10M 100M FREQUENCY-Hz

10

15

20

26

c

INPUT IOUTPUT DIFFERENTIAL- V

Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
100

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Output Voltages

~ g
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Q

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25

0

25

SO

7S 100 125 150 175

•,. I II

I
100

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,.k

100k

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE- 0 C

NOMINAL OUTPUT VOLTAGE- V

Load Transient Response

Line Transient Response

Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage

INPUT VOLTAGE

1
LOAD CURRENT

1

~uTJuTJoLT1GE r- rDEVIATION

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5
lOUT
~

l\

, .f--+I\-"-I---+-..,....A~,.,,-t_+--I VOUT- -5V
05;~-+--4-~--~--~-+--4-~

1

\.
200 mA

2

ViU' -15V
10

VIN'"""10V

,.

5 o
30

vol'" =1 5 v I

4.

50

2.

40 TIME -

80
1'5

••

10.

0,L.--~~,.--~,5L--2L.--2L5--~~~$--~4.
INPUT VOLTAGE-V

2-72

J.tA 79MOO Series
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature TO-39 Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature TO-220

Quiescent Current as a Function of Temperature
23

1.

'JUT ;1200 mA
~ 19

VIN '" VOUT -5 V

E

a ...
~
~
1

il1

L5
1

I

.........
......... VOUT-

;0 12VTO 24V

~ 20

I

5. 3.

4.
10

-...
IJ

o"~ ~ L
fts

"<\

~

INFINITE

HEAT
SINK

~

l Q oC/..,

.........

"r-.....

........

!;i ~

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$1"'1(

-...

o. 7

5

VOUT--SVTO-8V

-

o
ffi
OS
~

"'I"Pj<MAXi = 7jW
so

"-

-...
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- 0 C

~

.3 .2 r ~~; ~ ~:;o ~~
1 25

04

..

3 -75

50

25

2S

so

100 125 150 175

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- 0 C

100 125 7S AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- 0 C

150

Design Considerations The ~79MOO fixed voltage regulator series has thermal-overload protection from excessive power, internal short-circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current, and output transistor safearea compensation for reducing the output current as the voltage across the pass transistor is increased.
The safe-area protection network may cause the device to latch-up if the output is shorted and the regulator is operating with high input voltages. This mode of operation will not damage the device. However, power (input voltage or the load) must be interrupted momentarily for the device to recover from the latched condition. Although the internal power dissipation' is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C for 79MOO, 125°C for 79MOOAC and 79MOOC) in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Typ Package TO-39 TO-220
fJJC

Where T J = Junction Temperature TA = Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation 8JC = Junction-to-case thermal resistance 8CA Case-to-ambient thermal resistance 8CS Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance 8SA = Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance 8JA Junction-to-ambientthermal resistance

= = =

Typical Applications Bypass capacitors are recommended for stable operation of the 79MOO series of regulators over the input voltage and output current ranges. Output bypass capacitors will improve the transient response of the regulator.
The bypass capacitors, (2 ~F on the input, 1 ~F on the output) should be ceramic or solid tantalum which have good high frequency characteristics. If aluminum electrolytics are used, their values should be 10 ~F or larger. The bypass capactiors should be mounted with the shortest leads, and if possible, directly across the regulator terminals.

Max
fJJC

Typ
fJJA

Max
fJJA

Fixed Output Regulator
3
MA79MOO

18.0 3.0

25 5.0

120 60

160 65
2.0 MF

2
VOUT
~ i== 1.0 I'F

Po (MAX) =

TJ (Max) TA fJJC + fJCA

T J (Max)

or

~ 1::

1

(Without a heat sink)
fJCA

=

fJCS + 8SA

.1
(Without a heat sink)

Solving for TJ: TJ = T A + Po (8JC+8CA) or T A + Po ()JA

2-73

FAIRCHIL.O
A Schlumberger Company

f.LA78G • f.LA79G 4-Terminal Adjustable Voltage Regulators
Linear Products p.A78G Connection Diagram TO-3 Package

Description The p.A78G and p.A79G are 4-Terminal Adjustable Voltage Regulators. They are designed to deliver continuous load currents of up to 1.0 A with a maximum input voltage of 40 V for the positive regulator 78G and -40 V for the negative regulator 79G. Output current capability can be increased to greater than 1.0 A through use of one or more external transistors. The output voltage range of the 78G positive voltage regulator is 5 V to 30 V and the output voltage range of the negative 79G is -30 V to -2.2 V. For systems requiring both a positive and negative, the 78G and 79G are excellent for use as a dual tracking regulator with appropriate external circuitry. These 4-terminal voltage regulators are constructed using the Fairchild Planar process. • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 1 A • p.A 78G POSITIVE OUTPUT 5 TO 30 V • p.A79G NEGATIVE OUTPUT -30 TO -2.2 V • INTERNAL THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION • INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION • OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA PROTECTION • MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL VERSIONS • 4-PIN TO-202 TYPE AND 4-PIN TO-3 Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage p.A78G,p.A78GC p.A79G,p.A79GC Control Pin Voltage p.A78G, p.A78GC p.A79G,p.A79GC Power Dissipation Operating Junction Temperature Range Military (p.A78G, p.A79G) Commercial (p.A78GC, p.A79GC) Storage Temperature Range 4-Pin Power Watt (U 1) 4-Pin TO-3 (K) Pin Temperature (Soldering) 4-Pin Power Watt (Ul) (10 s) 4-Pin TO-3 (K) (60 s)

(Top View) Heat sink tabs connected to common through device substrate.

Order Information Type Package p.A78G TO-3 ILA78GC TO-3 p.A 78G Connection Diagram Power Watt Package

Code GK GK

Part No. p.A78GKM p.A78GKC

40 V -40 V 0:::; V:::; VOUT -VOUT:::; -V:::; 0 Internally Limited -55°C to 150°C O°C to 150°C -55°C to +150°C -65°C to +150°C 230°C 300°C

~
3~

CONT

0
COMMt

2-

--

1·~

-

-

OUT IN COMM

(Side View) Heat Sink tabs connected to common through device substrate.

Order Information Type Package p.A78GC Power Watt

Code 8Z

Part No. p.A78GU1C

2-74

J.LA78G • J.LA79G
fJ.A79G Connection Diagram TO-3 Package fJ.A79G Connection Diagram Power Watt Package
r- ~

0
INti
'-(Top View) Heat sink tabs connected to input through device substrate. Not recommended for direct electrical connectIon.

3~

-

IN
OUT CONT COMM

2

1~

--

(Side View) Heat sink tabs connected to input through device substrate. Not recommended for direct electrical connection.

Order Information Type Package fJ.A79GC Power Watt

Code 8Z

Part No. fJ.A79GU1C

Order Information Type Package fJ.A79G TO-3 fJ.A79GC TO-3
fJ.A 7aG Equivalent Circuit

Code GK GK

Part No. fJ.A79GKM fJ.A79GKC

r---~--------------~--------------~---------,----~------,-----IN

R9

R13

400
R4 R18

10 k

100 k

500

08 ~----~----~

Rll

0.3 k
]-~~---------r----+---------~-------4~---OUT

J--------+-----------------------------cONT

R6

2.7 k

011
01
Rl 1 k

R7

500

L----4~--+---~~---~--_4~

______~--~~--~---------------------COMM

2-75

J.tA78G • J.tA79G
79G Equivalent Circuit
r---~----------~~-------'---------1~----------~---------------------1~--------~-------COMM

01

02 R1

7.8 k
~--------------------~---------+---------CONT

R20 17.2 k R23 4 k

OUT
Q20

R22 0.04 k

R13 0.05 k

~--4---~------~~--~--~---4------------------~--~--~~----------------~--------~~----IN

2-76

/-LA78G • /-LA79G
/-LA78G, /-LA78GC Electrical Characteristics 0 ° C :S TJ :S 125 ° C for 78GC, CIN = 0.33 /-LF, COUT = 0.1 /-LF and -55°C:s TJ:S 150°C for 78G, VIN = 10 V, lOUT = 500 mA, Test Circuit 1, unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note 1,3) TJ VIN Min 7.5 5 V 5.0 Typ Max 40 30 4.0 5.0 1.0 Unit V V Ofo(VOUT) Ofo(VOUT) Ofo(VOUT)

Characteristic Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Output Voltage Tolerance

= 25°C = VOUT +

VOUT + 3 V :S VIN :S VOUT + 15 V, TJ 5 mA :S IOUT:S 1.0 A PD:S 15 W, VIN (max) = 38 V TJ = 25°C, VOUT:S 10 V (VOUT + 2.5 V) :S VIN :S (VOUT + 20 V) TJ = 25°C, VOUT ~ 10 V (VOUT + 3 V) :S VIN :S (VOUT + 15 V) (VOUT + 3 V) :S VIN :S (VOUT + 7 V)

= 25°C

Line Regulation

0.75 0.67 1.0 2.0 1.0 3.2 5.0 8.0 5.0 6.0

Ofo(VOUT) Ofo(VOUT) /-LA /-LA mA mA dB dB

Load Regulation Control Pin Current Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Voltage Dropout Voltage Short Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Control Pin Voltage (Reference)

TJ = 25°C 250 mA :S lOUT :S 750 mA VIN = VOUT + 5 V 5 mA:S IOUT:S 1.5 A TJ TJ

= 25°C = 25°C = 120 Hz
/-LA78G /-LA78GC 68 62

8 V :S VIN :S 18 V, f VOUT

78 78 8 2 40 2.5 2.5 .750 1.2 3.3

=5 V
< f<

TJ = 25°C, 10 Hz lOUT = 5 mA (Note 2) TJ TJ

100 kHz, VOUT

= 5 V,

/-LVIVOUT V V A A mV/oC/ VOUT V
V

/-LA78G /-LA78GC

= 25°C, VIN = 25°C VOUT = 5 V, lOUT = 5 mA = 25°C

=<

30 V 1.3 TJ

2.2

= -55°C to +25°C TJ = +25°C to +150°C
4.8 4.75 5.0

.4
.3 5.2 5.25

TJ

Notes 1. VOUT is defined for the 78GC as VOUT = R1 + R2 (5.0); R1 + R2 R2 The 79GC as VOUT = - - - (-2.23) R2 2. Dropout Voltage is defined as that input·output voltage differential which causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of its initial value. 2·77

3. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tw S 10 ms, duty cycle S 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

~A 78G
~A79G, ~A79GC

• ~A 79G

Electrical Characteristics

O°C ~ TJ ~ 125°C for 79GC and -55°C ~ TJ ~ 150°C for 79G, VIN -10 V, lOUT 500 rnA, CIN 2 ~F, COUT 1 ~F, Test Circ:uil2 and Note 3 unless otherwise specified.

=

=

=

=

Characteristic
Input Voltage Range Nominal Output Voltage Range Output Voltage Tolerance

Condition (Note 1)
TJ

Min
-40

Typ

Max
-7.0

Unit
V

= 25°C VIN = VOUT -

5V TJ

-30

-2.23 V 4.0 5.0 1.0 0.75 0.67 1.0 2.0 0.4 0.5 2.0 3.0 1.5 2.0 Ofo(VOUT) Ofo(VOUT) Ofo(VOUT)

VOUT -15 V ~ VIN ~ VOUT - 3 V, 5 rnA ~ lOUT ~ 1.0 A PD ~ 15 W, VIN (max) -38 V

= 25°C

=

Line Regulation

TJ 25°C, VOUT ~ -10 V (VOUT - 20 V) ~ VIN ~ (VOUT - 2.5 V) TJ 25°C, VOUT ~ -10 V (VOUT - 15 V) ~ VIN ~ (VOUT - 3 V) (VOUT - 7 V) ~ VIN ~ (VOUT - 3 V) TJ = 25°C 250 mA ~ lOUT ~ 750 rnA VIN VOUT - 5 V 5 rnA ~ lOUT ~ 1.5 A

= =

Ofo(VOUT) %(VOUT)
~A

Load Regulation Control Pin Current Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Voltage Dropout Voltage Short Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Control Pin Voltage (Reference)

= TJ = 25°C
TJ

~A

= 25°C
~A79G ~A79GC

rnA rnA dB dB

-18V~VIN~-8V,

50 50

60 60 25 1.1 80 2.3 2.3 0.25 1.2 3.3 0.3 0.3

VOUT

= -5 V, f = 120 Hz
~

TJ 25°C, 10 Hz lOUT = 5 rnA (Note 2) TJ

=

f

~

100 kHz, VOUT

= -5 V,

~V/VOUT

~A79G ~A79GC

V V A A mV/oC/ VOUT

= 25°C, VIN = -30 V
1.3 TJ TJ

TJ = 25°C VOUT lOUT TJ

2.1

= -5 V, = 5 rnA

= -55°C to +25°C = +25°C to +150 oC
-2.35

= 25°C

-2.32 -2.23 -2.14 V -2.11 V

Notes 1. VOUT is defined for the 78GC as VOUT = Rl + R2 (5.0); Rl + R2 R2 The 79GC as VOUT = - - - (-2.23). R2 2. Dropout voltage is defined as that input·output voltage differential which causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of its initial value. 3. The convention for negative regulators is the algebraic value, thus -15 is less than -10 V. 2·78

4. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques (tw ~ 10 ms, duty cycle ~ 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

IlA78G • Il A79G
Typical Performance Curves for Peak Output Current vs Input-Output Differential Voltage
~A78G

Quiescent Current vs Input Voltag8"
78G

Control Current vs Temperature
78G


5

«
~r--I

4.
30

r---

TJ

Your IL'" 20 rnA = 25"C

5Y


5

7JG

«
I

E

I
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'l.

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1.5

~

10
5

r--..
YIN-1OV YouT=5V

8

••

,.

I
15 20
25

30

2.,

1.

15

20

25

30

35

lour'" 500mA
0

"'"50

.......

........

t-

-75 -SO -25

25

75

100 125 150 175

INPUT-OUTPUT DIFFERENTIAL- V

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE - " C

Differential Control Voltage vs Input Voltage
2

Differential Control Voltage vs Output Current

Ripple Rejection vs Output Voltage

louT=SOOmA


8

YOUT=SOY

7.G


-25


4

/

L

r---. b-... -5.
-15

YIN-lOY YOUT=50Y

78G


5

7JG

........

~
1\..

~<$OC

.......

I
Tr '25' C
15

-100 -125 -150 175 -200 200

r-....

...............

I'
......

, a"
20

2

V ./
20

/
25

~~

-f-

I'400

30

...

so
600
1000

10

15

25

.

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

OUTPUT CURRENT-rnA

OUTPUT VOLTAGE - Y

Dropout Voltage vs Junction Temperature
2.5
78XX

Ripple Rejection vs Frequency
78G

Load Transient Response
YIN = 10 Y VOUT=5V

2.
15

-.... tr-- t=::: ~

r--.. r--..

J I
I I
LOAD CURRENT

78G

2

r-

,. '"
.5

t~ f...... ..... t- ~~ lou, '20;;;;;t- -.!2u~mA

-

QUT"'lA

'II

80

~ ...

.~ . ..
Ul
~ !k

z 0

I

1

so
40

r- I-- f-VIN--8V 0 Y

OUTPUT VOLTAGE DEVIATION

"\.

./
20

DROPOUT CONDITIONS

OYj'u'=r'.~FYOr
25 0 25

I
50 15 100 125 150 175

o

~ci%T : :0: mA +H-I-I-HI-I-H-f+--l
lk
FREQUENCY-Hz

7S 50

TJ = 25°C 10 100

1. k

100 k

2

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE_o C

,.

20

30
TIME-,.,s

40

50

so

2·79

p,A78G • p,A79G
Typical Performance Curves for JLA78G (Cont.) Typical Performance Curves for JLA79G

Line Transient Response
20

.
30 0

Peak Output Current vs Input-Output Differential Voltage
30
71IG

Quiescent Current vs Input Voltage
5 Your 50V TJ=25°C lOUT = 100mA 79G

1 1 1
INPUT VOLTAGE

78G 1 25

o
o

f z
~ ~
w

20

1

I ! " ~
~

20

~

" ~
>

5

" ~
>
~

o

l-f - 0

0

OUTPUT VOLTAGE DEVIATION

~

" ::>
~ ~ ~

::>

~

15

r.
I

I

,

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~"
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~~,I.~~ i"\

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0

::>

10

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o

5

io'

-1 0
IOUT= SOOmA
VOUT~SV

05

-20

o

o
10
12

"~~. ',,~m P

V
10 15 20 25 30 35 40
INPUTVQLTAGE-¥

1

f

10

15

20

25

30

0

INPUT-OUTPUT DIFFERENTIAL-V

Typical Performance Curves for JLA79G (Cont.) Control Current vs Temperature
0 79G 9

Differential Control Voltage vs Input Voltage
0

Differential Control Voltage vs Output Current
0
YIN-lOY
VOUT-'-50V

r-- I"--

-2 0

r-..
i"""

79G

19G

" I

8

07
06

1\
\

a
~
~

ll!
~

ffi

-4 0

r-- !". ""
i'

"f:t~~

0

V
~
?~;

V

05 0
4

-6 0

'\

0

03
2 1
0 75
VIN=-10Y VouF'-5V
lOUT -=0 -350 rnA

"

"'50 25 0 2S

-8 0

'"

I'"

-1 0

r---

lOUT

"0'

SOOmA 15 20
2S

°v
30 0 200

V

V

VouT=50V

50

75

100 125 150 175

-1 2 50

10

400

600

800

1000

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE- 0 C

INPUT VOLTAGE- V

OUTPUT CURRENT -rnA

Ripple Rejection vs Output Voltage
80
7lG

Dropout Voltage vs Junction Temperature
14

Ripple Rejection vs Frequency
79G 19G

12
70

60

';-...

10

........

-r-.. r- lour~14
1
t40 t-t-t-tt-;-Ti-tt--;--;-ttt-t-t-ti'~
2O~-H~~~~-ttH-t-rHt~

I'. 'I'.
.......

8

........ r-,. i"""- 'ou,_

so

06
DROPOUT

r- r--~~ t" IOU,.~<o ~ rAi r-.....
75

"0

4 -'o\,Fr' O]0J'
10 15 20 25
30

C~~mITlONS
--L
SO 0 25

75

50

25

100 125 150 175
a

O'~O~~~'OO~~~'~k-LLll~'O~k~~~'~OOk
FREQUENCY-Hz

TJ = 25°C

lOUT = 500 mAitt-t-t-t-H-;-TiTt--1

YIN = 10 Vpk-pk

OUTPUT VOLTAGE- V

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _

C

2-80

J.LA78G • J.LA79G
Typical Performance Curves for ILA79G (Cont.)

Load Transient Response
79G 1

Line Transient Response
79G

I'I'PuTvO~TAG~ \
1

o

Z

~

INPUTYOLTAGE

JUTPLr JLTJE r- fDEVIATION
1
YIN
~2

i .
il g
Q

Q

~

II
-5

i\
\
OUTPUT VOLTAGE DEVIATION

15

I 10 ~

>

~

~ ... ~ ::>

~

.
5

,...

g

~

1\

5

\i

~ !

o

VouT=5V 20

,.

tOY

lOUT 5O(JmA VouT=5V

30

40

50

20

40

60

eo

100


(Al A2

Test Circuits ILA78G Test Circuit 1
OUT
VOUT

Design Considerations The 78G and 79G adjustable voltage regulators have an output voltage which varies from VCONTROL to typically
Y,N -2 V by VOUT

= VCONTROL

+ A2)

----0.33 " F

IN

78G

Rl
:;:

CONTROL f---< COMM

o. 1 "F

+10
COMM

R2

The nominal reference in the 78G is 5.0 V and 79G is -2.23 V. If we allow 1.0 rnA to flow in the control string to eliminate bias current effects, we can make A2 = 5 kfl in the 78G. The output voltage is then: VOUT = (A 1 + A2) V, where A 1 and A2 are in kfls. Example:
If A2 = 5 kfl and Al = 10 kfl then
VOUT = 15 V nominal, for the 78G

~

A2 = 2.2 kfl and Al = 12.8 kfl then
VOUT = -15.2 nominal, for the 79G

R1 + R2) VOUT = ( -R-2- VCONTROL VCONTROL Nominal = 5 V

By proper wiring of the feedback resistors, load regulation of the device can be improved significantly. Both 78G and 79G regulators have thermal-overload protection from excessive power, internal short-circuit protection which limits each circuit's maximum current, and output transistor safe-area protection for reducing the output current as the voltage across each pass transistor is increased.

ILA79G Test Circuit 2
OUT
VOUT

I"
F
r

79G

Rl
--;:: 1

CONTROL I---< COMM R2

tlO
COMM

l

R1 + R2) VOUT = ( ~ VCONTROL VCONTROL Nominal = -2.23 V Recommended R2 current "" 1 rnA .". R2 = 5 kil (78/G) R2 = 2.2 kil (79/G)
2~81

J.LA78G • J.LA79G
Design Considerations (Cont.) Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Typ °C/W Package Power Watt TO-3 Po (max) =
fiJC

/-IA78G and /-IA79G TO-3 Package Worst Case Power Dissipation vs Ambient Temperature Test Circuit
100

I LIMIT78G/79G- tf- f-

Max °C/W
fiJC

Typ °C/W fiJA 75 44

Max °C/W fiJA 80 47
0

It- I~~

8,s~~

8,

,"~,

::~.'!O/k
.......

,.1

8M "'" aleC(It

"-

7.5 4.0

11

"Or. .~ -...... "- ~~
I
fiJC-6°

.......

6

t-... I'\: ~
125
150

TJ (max) - TA TJ (max) - TA or IJ JA fiJC + fiCA (Without a heat Sink)

IW fJJA=4rC/W
PDMAX~15W

1

25

50

75

100

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ 0 C

IJCA = fics Solving for TJ:

+ IJSA
TJ = TA + Po (IJJC + IJCA) or TA + PolJJA (Without heat sink)

Typical Applications For /-IA78G Bypassing of the input and output (0.33 /-IF and 0.1 /-IF, respectively) is necessary,. Basic Positive Regulator
OUT 1--_._-_- +VOUT
+V,N ......_ - - ! I N 78G

Where TJ Junction Temperature TA = Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation IJJA Junction to ambient thermal resistance IJJC = Junction to case thermal resistance fiCA = Case to ambient thermal resistance IJcs = Case to heat sink resistance IJSA = Heat sink to ambient thermal resistance

=

=

R1

CONTROL COMMON

R2

/-IA78G and /-IA79G Power Tab (U1) Package Worst Case Power Dissipation vs Ambient Temperature
100

vOUT

= vCOUNT

( R1R+2R2)

T
f- f-

LIMIT 78GI79G

lPositive 5 to 30 V Adjustable Regulator

10

I~

-

'''F~lJ 0tfs'~so 'e"'~/f

8H~ I",
NOHEA.TSIN

"-

OUT I--<_........-

.......-+VOUT

-.....

r.....

10

l- I-/}JC.'

I

~

r-.... i'\:
I"...

"- \'
i'
150

"'

+V,N ......---~ IN 78G

rC/w

5 k

(/JA= 8O°C/W PoMAX=15W

.

75

100

125
Q

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- C

2-82

JLA78G • JLA79G
Typical Applications for
~A78G

(Cont.)

Positive High-Current Short-Circuit Protected Regulator
V,N

Positive 5 V to 30 V Adjustable Regulator lOUT> 5.0 A

-1--------------,
OUT~--'--~--~

!a L 2N6124
31l +32 V

01

1>4DA-. IN .33/1oFI OUT IN 78G CONTROL COMMON

78G

I '" 22DmA_ D.33/1oF

-

L:

+VOUT 25 k VOUT

;;Of 0 .1
5 k

/IoF

1
-

-

External series pass device is not short circuit protected.

Positive High-Current Short-Circuit Protected Regulator
Rsc
2N6124 01 2N6124 31l +VIN -

IOUTIMAXI 25 k 0.1 !If
5 k

OUT I -_ _............-+VOUT

.....W\r-<.......--_---<l~ IN 78G 0.33 !IF CONTROL COMMON

RSC

VeE(OI)

Isc

-=± 10 V, 1.0 A Dual Tracking Regulator
OUT
+15 V +1 o v

IN 78G

0.33 /IoF

r-

COMMON CONTROL

-

5 k 0.1 /IoF

r
2. o /IoF
-15 V

7.23 k COMMON CONTROL 79G IN OUT

11
1.0 -1 OV

-

;::
7.77 k

If load is not ground referenced, connect reverse biased diodes from outputs to ground.

2·83

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

J.tA78MG • J.tA79MG
4-Terminal Adjustable Voltage Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram ~A78MG Power Watt

Description The ~A78MG and ~A79MG are 4-Terminal Adjustable Voltage Regulators. They are designed to deliver continuous load currents of up to 500 mA with a maximum input voltage of 40 V for the positive regulator 78MG and -40 V for the negative regulator 79MG. Output current capability can be increased to greater than 10 A through use of one or more external transistors. The output voltage range of the 78MG positive voltage regulator is 5 V to 30 V and the output voltage range of the negative 79MG is -30 to -2.2 V. For systems requiring both a positive and negative, the 78MG and 79MG are excellent for use as a dual tracking regulator. These 4-terminal voltage regulators are constructed using the Fairchild Planar process. • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 0.5 A • ~A78MG POSITIVE OUTPUT VOLTAGE 5 to 30 V • ~A79MG NEGATIVE OUTPUT VOLTAGE -30 V TO -2.2 V • INTERNAL THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION • INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT PROTECTION • OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA PROTECTION Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage
~A78MGC ~A79MGC

r-

rv-; 2

CONT OUT IN COMM

0
~

3~

1~

-

COMM
(Side View) Heat sink tabs connected to input through device substrate. Not recommended for direct electrical connection.

Order Information Type Package Code Part No. ~A78MGC Molded Power Pack 8Z ~A78MGU1C Connection Diagram ~A79MG Power Watt

r- ~

IN OUT CONT COMM

0
~

3 r------

r--

2 t-----

r--

40V -40 V 0:5 V:5 VOUT -VOUT:5 -V :5 0 Internally Limited O°C to 125°C -55°C to +150°C

1

IN
(Side View) Heat sink tabs connected to input through device substrate. Not recommended for direct electncal connection.

Control Pin Voltage
~A78MGC ~A79MGC

Power Dissipation Operating Junction Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 10 s)

Order Information Type Package Code Part No. ~A79MG Molded Power Pack 8Z ~A79MGU1C

2-84

p,A 78MG • p,A 79MG
78MG Equivalent Circuit
r----.--------------~--------------~--------~----~----~~---IN

R4

R18

100 k

500

012
R5

R11
06 k
~~~--------+_--~--------~~----~~---OUT

3.3 k

~------~---------------------------CONT

R6

27 k 01

R7

500

L---~--~----+---~~--~------~--~~--~------------------COMM

79MG Equivalent Circuit
r---t-----------~------~--------_.----------~~------------------~--------~----------COMM
R2 14k
t--------[~

os

R1 78 k
.~------------------~~--------+_----------CONT

R23 4 k

OUT

R22

01 k
R13 02 k

~--~--~------~--~--~--------------------

__--~--~~--------------__--------~~---IN

Resistor values in !l unless otherwise noted.
2·85

~A78MG· ~A79MG
"A78MGC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range

O°C.:5 TJ.:5 125°C for "A78MGC, VIN = 10 V, lOUT = 350 rnA, CIN = 0.33"F, COUT = 0.1 "F, Test Circuit 1, unless otherwise specified.

Condition (1 and 3)
TJ = 25°C VIN = VOUT + 5 V VOUT + 3 V .:5 VIN .:5 VOUT + 15 V, TJ = 25°C 5 rnA .:5 lOUT .:5 350 rnA Po.:5 5 W, VINMax = 38 V TJ = 25°C, lOUT = 200 rnA, VOUT.:5 10 V (VOUT + 2.5 V) .:5 VIN .:5 (VOUT + 20 V) TJ = 25°C, lOUT = 200 rnA, VOUT ~ 10 V (VOUT + 3 V) .:5 VIN .:5 (VOUT + 15 V) (VOUT + 3 V) .:5 VIN .:5 (VOUT + 7 V) TJ = 25°C 5 rnA .:5 lOUT .:5 500 rnA, VIN = VOUT + 7 V TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C 8V.:5VIN.:518V lOUT = 300 rnA, TJ = 25°C VOUT = 5 V, lOUT = 100 rnA f=120Hz 10 Hz .:5 f .:5 100 kHz, VOUT = 5 V (Note 2) "A78MGHM "A78MG (HC and C)

Min
7.5 5.0

Typ

Max
40 30 4.0 5.0

Unit
V V %(VOUT) %(VOUT)

Output Voltage Tolerance

1.0 0.75 0.67 1.0 1.0 2.8 62 62 8 2 40 2.5 2.5 600 0.4 0.8 1.4 0.4 0.3 4.8 4.75 5.0 5.2 5.25 80 5.0 8.0 5.0 6.0

%(VOUT) %(VOUT) %(VOUT) %(VOUT) "A "A rnA rnA dB dB "V/VOUT V

Line Regulation

Load Regulation Control Pin Current Quiescent Current

Ripple Rejection Output Noise Voltage Dropout Voltage

Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Ternperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Control Pin Voltage (Reference)

VIN = 35 V, TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C VOUT = 5 V lOUT = 5 rnA TJ = 25°C TJ = -55°C to +25°C TJ = +25°C to +150°C

rnA A rnV lOCI VOUT V V

Notes Rl + R2 1. VOUT is defmed for the 78MGC as VOUT = - - - (5 0). The 79MGC as VOUT = ~ (-2.23).

R1

+ R2

R2

2 Dropout voltage IS defined as that mput-output voltage dIfferential which causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of its inotial value.
2-86

3. All characterostics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured uSing pulse techniques Ow ::5 10 ms, duty cycle ::5 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately.

,uA78MG· ,uA79MG
ItA79MGC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range O°C:S TJ:S 125°C lor ItA79MGC, VIN = -10 V, lOUT = 350 mA, CIN = 2.0 ItF, COUT = 1.0 ItF, Test Circuit 2, unless otherwise specilied.

Condition (1, 2, and 3)
TJ = 25°C VIN = VOUT - 5 V VOUT - 15 V :s VIN :s VOUT - 3 V, TJ = 25°C 5 mA :s lOUT :s 350 mA PO:S 5 W, VINMax = -38 V TJ = 25°C, lOUT = 200 mA, VOUT ~ -10 V (VOUT - 20 V) :s VIN :s (VOUT - 2.5 V) TJ = 25°C, lOUT = 200 mA, VOUT :s -10 V (VOUT - 15 V) :s VIN :s (VOUT - 3 V) (VOUT - 7 V) :s VIN :s (VOUT - 3 V) VIN = VOUT - 7 V, 5 mA TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C TJ = 25°C

Min
-40 -30

Typ

Max
-7.0

Unit
V

-2.23 V 4.0 5.0 %(VOUT) %(VOUT)

Output Voltage Tolerance

1.0 0.75 0.67 1.0 3.0 2.0 0.5 65 1.5 2.5

%(VOUT) %(VOUT) %(VOUT) %(VOUT) itA itA mA mA dB dB

Line Regulation

Load Regulation Control Pin Current Quiescent Current

:s IOUT:S

500 mA

Ripple Rejection Output Noise Voltage Dropout Voltage

-18 V :s VIN :s -8 V TJ = 25°C, lOUT = 300 mA 54 VOUT = -5 V, 50 lOUT = 100 mA 1= 120 Hz 10 Hz

:s I :s

100 kHz, VOUT = -5 V ItA79MGHM ItA79MG (HC and C)

25 1.1

80 2.3 2.3 600

ltV IVOUT V

(Note 2)

Short-Circuit Current Peak Output Current Average Temperature Coefficient 01 Output Voltage Control Pin Voltage (Relerence)

VIN = -35 V 0.4 VOUT = -5 V lOUT = -5 mA TJ = 25°C TJ = -55°C to +25°C TJ = +25°C to +150°C .65

mA mA mV t OCt VOUT

1.4 0.3 0.3

-2.32 -2.23 -2.14 V -2.35 -2.11 V

Notes 1. The convention for negative regulators is the Algebraic value, thus -15 is less than -10 v. 2. All characteristics except noise voltage and ripple rejection ratio are measured using pulse techniques Ow ::5 10 ms, duty
2-87

cycle ::5 5%). Output voltage changes due to changes in internal temperature must be taken into account separately. 3 VOUT is defined for the 79MGC as VOUT = R1: 2 R2 (-2.23).

/-LA78MG • /-LA 79MG
Typical Performance Curves For ,uA78MG Peak Output Current as a Function of Input-Output Differential Voltage
1. 4
78 MG
2

Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage

Control Current as a Function of Temperature
7SMG

5

• •
6 4

'\

.y

II

r

r-.- r-rJ ""00 >, -o2S . o
0
o

~ f::r----.. RJ I--C


5

~
I'\\..

1'",
YIN = 10 V Your=SOY

~
"

2

r---...

I

r"'1'-... ......
5.
75 100

••

1.

15

2.

25

3.

'~U;

7351mf
25
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _

~~
125 150

INPUT ·OUTPUT DIFFERENTIAL - V

be

Differential Control Voltage as a Function of Input Voltage
2

Differential Control Voltage as a Function of Output Current
78MG

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Output Voltage
85
7aMG


• •
4

lOUT = 500 mA YOUT == 5.0 V

YIN -10 V
YOVT = 5 V

-25

['-...

II
I
TJ == 125°C 15

I

-5.
~ -75

r-.....

••
75

"N.

7SMG

........

N
\

t-....... ~~$OC

7.
85

lOUT = 200 mA

:;-125

r

I

l"t--.....
I

100

6.
55

\
1\
~
TJ == 25°C

2

,.

,/

/ ,/
25

-150

i

-17 5

I
400

5. 60.
OUTPUT CURRENT rnA

2.

i

3.

-200
2••

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

•••

1000

45

10

15

2.
V

25

3.

OUTPUT VOLTAGE -

Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
5
7BYG

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
, •• r-rrrr-rTTTr,--,--rrr-r-rTT1--'

Load Transient Response
4

'E
o 2 .1I z

~4+~-+~~~!_~-+_7:.Ud~
t-t-

~
~

r-I- ri-t--- tI-t--- j:::

!1l
lOUT"" 500 rnA

•• 1-H:l:J::;oj..+4~+++-++-+-+++H

I

+-

"' 5~ t--t~ 1
g

o

t- ~•• LA

~

60~+H-+-++~~~H+-+-++H~
40~+H-+-++~~~H+-+-++H~

~
o
~
1

t::: ~ri iA
125
Q

M ;;] ;
it ;;

z o ~ ~
o
~

> I

V'N = ,. v I vo",=5V

111 1
I

I I

J'M b "1

LOAD CURRENT

2

1

" I

l-

1
~I--- I- OUTPUT VOL T]GE DEVIATION
0

g

~

I\-

:J

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Z

c.>

• •

10T~1-

2.

~~u~ ~;o 18 V
lOUT == 500 mA TJ = 25°C

!

l---++-I+-++-++--I

DROPOUT CONDITIONS .lVOUT = SOlo OF YOUT
25

~ o

\/ I

~
50

1

I
I

5.

75

100

150
FREQUENCY - Hz

-2

o

,.

2.

1

3.
~s

4.

6.

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -

C

TIME -

2-88

JLA78MG • JLA79MG
Performance Curves For ",A78MG (Cont.)

Line Transient Response
40

> I

E

30

I INPUT

;:

0

z
20

IVO~T~~ -~i'M~ I I
,
I

20

1

>
1

I

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10

" " ~ g
0

' - - [ - OUTPUT VOLTAGE
DEVIATION

[-

-c--

> ...
i!O

o

" ~

w

~

~ ... ::>

...

-10
lOUT == 500 mA
YOUT = 5 V

.t

I

1-10
12

-20

o
TIME -.u8

Typical Performance Curves for ",A79MG Peak Output Current as a Function of Input-Output Differential Voltage
.00
79MG

Quiescent Current as a Function of Input Voltage
-15
YOUT - -50 V

Control Current as a Function of Temperature
07
79MG

79MG

700

TJ = 25°C lOUT = -2 A

~ I

600
500 400

/'

.......

/

06

~
::I
U

'" '\.
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E

/
-10

...
~
u

a:

::>

~

300
200

!:; o

\
DOC < TJ
<

ili

...

/
-05

V

/

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i
u

...
o
~

04 03 02

,

::>

I",

i

100

\
30

0

Ii ! S

./

V
-5 -10 -15 20 25 30 35 40
INPUT VOLTAGE - V

~
U

~

I""

YIN = 10 V 1
YOUT = -50 V

125°C
10 15 20
25
V

o

o

o o

Ii" j35Li
25

"
75 100

r---.. . .
125 150

50

INPUT-OUTPUT DIFFERENTIAL -

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE- DC

Differential Control Voltage as a Function of Input Voltage

Differential Control Voltage as a Function of Output Current

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Output Voltage
.0
79MG

I........ r--.I
-20

I'--

>

-40

'N~~
"-

J

79~G

40
VIN=10Y

79MG

VouT=50V

,,/'
.ov

3.0

E

I ~ -60

~

'"
!
-30

~
I
~

V

'8
0

70

z

I

2.0

..;"-"

-.0

~
10

-10 lOUT ==·2 A YOUT == -50
-12
V

I

V
200

/

~

. ..
w
~

~

;:
60

'I'

f":,~"o

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,"'4

[--[-

50

r-.....
,~

0
400

40

·50

-10

-15

-20

-25

600

.00
mA

1000

o

10

15

20
V

25

30

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

OUTPUT CURRENT -

OUTPUT VOLTAGE -

2-89

~A78MG
Performance Curves For Dropout Voltage as a Function of Junction Temperature
1

• ~A79MG

~A79MG

(Cont.)

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
79MG

Load Transient Response
79MG

r-i'-.

>

IOU~500lmA - f -

I
LOAD CURRENT

79MG

I

10

:I

~ It
is

i= 0.9
08
07 06

.....
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!ll
0 .,......

'0

2

z

I
60

I

~

~,..."
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>= ~

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'ou r-",,<.

~
~

~ ~"'.
.......
100 50 75

.....

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w '" ~

OJ

O~TPJT VblT1GE - DEVIATION
0

I \ I

.0

I
I
1
_~lN =10 V

05
j,VOUT = 5%

'"
125 150
10 100 Ik
FREQUENCY - Hz

o.

o~ V~UT I

I

2 10 k
100 k

VOU'15~
10 20 30
TIME-I's

o

I

25

.0

50

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

~A78MG

and ~A79MG Power Watt (U1)

Line Transient Response
79MG

Worst Case Power Dissipation Versus Ambient Temperature
100
50 40 30 20

~

-

I
LIMITS FOR C GRADE-

o
o

I z

INPUT VOLTAGE

~
w

I
-5

I I
DEVIATION

\
\

15
;0

.-

!;
~

~

r- r- r-OUT~UT ~OL+AGE
J""'Irt

10

o

~

10

I~FlNiTE ~EA~ SINt.

~
~

-5

;g = ~ ~ r<"'- ~ t-20 10

I I
lOUT'" 200 mA

is
'"

\i

~ _

0.5 o.
03 02

--

~ "" 200CIW S.,

100C

i'-.

ltd "El 1""- ....... r-.,. f\ -~" i'..:
I
75 100 125

5

vor=!"v I
20

12°C/W 'JC POI MAX) "" 7 5 W
25 50

r-

0,

.0

60

.0

100

1

150

TIME-,..s

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

Design Considerations The 78MG and 79MG variable voltage regulators have an output voltage which varies from VCONTROL to (R1 + R2) typically VIN -2 V by VOUT = VCONTROL R2 The nominal reference in the 78MG is 5.0 V and 79MG is -2.23 V. If we allow 1.0 mA to flow in the control string to eliminate bias current effects, we can make R2 = 5 kQ in the 78MG. The output voltage is then: VOUT = (R1 + R2) Volts, where R1 and R2 are in kQs. Example:
If R2 = 5 kQ and R1 = 10 kQ then VOUT = 15 V nominal, for the 78MG; R2 = 2.2 kQ and R1 = 12.8 kQ then VOUT = -15.2 V nominal, for the 79MG.

Both 78MG and 79MG regulators have thermal overload protection from excessive power, internal short circuit protection which limits each circuit's maximum current, and output transistor safe area protection for reducing the output current as the voltage across each pass transistor is increased. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature in order to meet data sheet specifications. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Typical Package Power Watt
OJC

Max
OJC

Typical
OJA

Max
OJA

By proper wiring of the feedback resistors, load regulation of the devices can be improved significantly.

8.0

12.0

70

75

2·90

~A78MG· ~A79MG
TJ(Max) - TA IJJC + IJCA or

PO(Max) =

Positive S to 30 V Adjustable Regulator lOUT> 1.SA

(Without a heat sink) IJCA = IJCS

+ IJSA

,...-----,.

01 I> 1.5 A_ 2N5124

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + Po (IJJC or TA + POIJJA (Without heat sink) Where

+ IJCA)
+32

TJ = Junction Temperature TA = Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation IJJC Junction-to-case thermal resistance IJCA = Case-to-ambient thermal resistance IJCS = Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance IJSA Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance IJJA = Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance

v

Rl 5 n

OUT IN 78MG CONTROL COMMON

+VOUT

120100mA0.33
~F

0.1
5 k

~F

=

=

R1

(1VSE(Ql) IR(Max) «(3) -I(OUT)

Typical Applications for ~A78MG Bypass capacitors are recommended for stable operation of the ~A78MG over the input voltage and output current ranges. Output bypass capacitors will improve the transient response of the regulator.
The bypass capacitors, (0.33 ~F on the input, 0.1 ~F on the output) should be ceramic or solid tantalum which have good high frequency characteristics. The bypass capacitors should be mounted with the shortest leads, and if possible, directly across the regulator terminals.

± 10 V, SOO rnA Dual Tracking Regulator
1--........-_-+10 V
+15


~F

v -..._---1
~F

78MG

5 k

0.33

7.23

Basic Positive Regulator
OUT +VIN 0.33
~F

2.0

~F

1.0 79MG

+VOUT Rl 0 .1 R2
~F

-15 V ' - - - - j

1-.......- - - -10

V

IN 78MG
;

CONTROL I - COMMON

Note External senes pass device

IS

not short CirCUit protected.

1
R1 + R2) VOUT = VCONT ( R2

Positive High-Current Short-Circuit Protected Regulator
RsC

01

r.:: 7: "'12:-:4:------, 5 2N
Q2 2N290S

Positive S to 30 V Adjustable Regulator
OUT 1-1~""""-""--+VOUT
+VIN--1~-4IN 78MG

51!

t-~~---~+VOUT
IOUT(MAX)

Rl

25 k 0.1
~F

0.33

~F

CONTROL COMMON

5k

(3VSE(Ql) R1 = VR(Max) «(3 + 1) -IOUT(Max)
If load .s not ground referenced, connect reverse biased diodes from outputs to ground.
2·91

JlA78MG· JlA79MG
Output Waveform
30V-------

/ / / /

Typical Applications for 79MG Bypass capacitors are recommended for stable operation of the JLA79MG over the input voltage and output current ranges. Output bypass capacitors will improve the transient response of the regulator.
The bypass capacitors, (2 JLF on the input, 1 JLF on the output) should be ceramic or solid tantalum which have good high frequency characteristics. If aluminum electrolytics are used, their values should be 10 JLF ·or larger. The bypass capacitors should be mounted with the shortest leads, and if possible, directly across the regulator terminals.

~64 STEPS

Ov----------------Positive High-Current Voltage Regulator External Series Pass (a)

5vI

Negative High-Current Short-Circuit Protected Regulator
Rsc 01
2N6121

+VIN ---<~--f IN OUT 1---_£ 78MG CONTROL COMMON

+VOUT R1

02 2N2222

t-t-t-'-t--VOUT

6 II -VIN ......HM......----,.,......,........~ R1 IRIMAX) 2.0 ~F

25 k

IO~)

1.0
2.2 k

~F

R2

j3VBE(Q1)

R1 = IR(Max) (/3) -IOUT(Max)
Basic Negative Regulator
OUT
VOUT

Short-Circuit limit (b)
2.0
+VIN IN OUT I-~_-i:.
_L..

IN 79MG
~

F*

R1

CONTROL COMMON

r------o
1'R2

1.0

~F

0.33 ~F

I
-=-

78MG CONTROL COMMON
L - -....._-+VOUT

1
R1

_....

VOUT = -VCONT (

R1

R2

+ R2)

-30 V to -2.2 V Adjustable Regulator
OUT~t--...-...,...--VOUT

-VIN

IN 79MG CONTROL COMMON
2.2 k

2.0

~F

1.0

~F

2-92

JLA78MG· JLA79MG
Negative High-Current Voltage Regulator External Series Pass 79MG Test Circuit 2
OUT IN 79MG CONTROL COMM R2 R2
~_~_-VOUT

--~~IN

OUT~~~L

2N6124
-VOUT

Rl
1 I'F

79MG CONTROL COMMON Rl

78MG Test Circuit 1
OUT
-~
VOUT

+ R2) = ( R1 R2 VCONTROL VCONTROL Nominally = -2.23 V
VOUT
Recommended R2 current "'" 1 mA ... R2 = 5 kU (78MG) R2 = 2.2 kU (79MG)

IN

78MG CONTROL COMM
~

Rl
;::;;;; O.

0.33 I' F~

~IQ

R2

~
VOUT

+ R2) = ( R1 R2 VCONTROL

VCONTROL Nominally = 5 V

2-93

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

Il A723

Precision Voltage Regulator
Linear Products

Description The IJ,A723 is a Monolithic Voltage Regulator constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. The device consists of a temperaturecompensated reference amplifier, error amplifier, power-series pass transistor and current-limit circuitry. Additional NPN or PNP pass elements may be used when output currents exceeding 150 mA are required. Provisions are made for adjustable current limiting and remote shutdown. In addition to the above, the device features low standby current drain, low temperature drift and high ripple rejection. The IJ,A723 is intended for use with positive or negative supplies as a series, shunt, switching or floating regulator. Applications include laboratory power supplies, isolation regulators for low level data amplifiers, logic card regulators, small instrument power supplies, airborne systems and other power supplies for digital and linear circuits. • • • • • POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY OPERATION SERIES, SHUNT, SWITCHING OR FLOATING OPERATION 0.01% LINE AND LOAD REGULATION OUTPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTABLE FROM 2 TO 37 V OUTPUT CURRENT TO 150 mA WITHOUT EXTERNAL PASS TRANSISTOR

Connection Diagram 10-Pin Metal
CURRENT
LIMIT

v(Top View) Pin 5 connected to case.

Order Information Type Package IJ,A723 Metal IJ,A723C Metal Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

Code 5X 5X

Part No. IJ,A723HM IJ,A723HC

14

NC CURRENT
LIMIT

Absolute Maximum Ratings Pulse Voltage from V+ to V-, (50 ms) (IJ,A723) Continuous Voltage from V+ to VInpull Output Voltage Differential Differential Input Voltage Voltage Between Non-Inverting Input and VCurrent from Vz Current from VREF Internal Power Dissipation (Note) Metal DIP Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (IJ,A723) Commercial (IJ,A723C) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal, Ceramic DIP (60 s) Molded DIP (10 s)

50 V 40 V

CURRENT SENSE
-IN

40 V ±5V +8V 25 mA 15 mA

+IN

VREF

v(Top View)

800 mW 1000 mW -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C

Order Information Type Package IJ,A723 Ceramic DIP IJ,A723C Ceramic DIP IJ,A723C Molded DIP

Code 6B 6B 9B

Part No. IJ,A723DM IJ,A723DC IJ,A723PC

Notes on following pages.
2-94

J.LA723
Block Diagram
V+ TEMPERATURE COMPENSATED ZENER INVERTING INPUT
">--'--VREF

FREQUENCY COMPENSATION

Vc

ERROR AMPLIFIER

NON-INVERTING INPUT

Your

Vz
VOLTAGE REFERENCE AMPLIFIER CURRENT LIMITER

V-

Equivalent Circuit
V+ Vc


Your Vz

R1
500 Il

R3

25 kll

03 01

03
6.2 V

....- - - - - - - COMPENSATION '}-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~I~~:ENT
R8

5 kll

~

_______________ CURRENT SENSE

VREF

NON-INVERTING VINPUT

INVERTING INPUT

Note 1. Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 25°C. Above 25 ° C ambient derate based on the following thermal resistance values:

'Typ TO-5 150 Molded DIP 80 Ceramic DIP 95

OJA Max 190 90 105

2-95

p,A723
/lA723 Electrical Characteristic TA = 25°C, VIN = V+ = Vc = 12 V, V- = 0, VOUT = 5 V, IL = 1 mA, Rsc = 0, C1 = 100 pF, CREF = 0, unless otherwise specified. Divider impedance as seen by error amplifier::5 10 kfl connected shown in Figure 1. Line and load regulation specifications are given for the condition of constant chip temperature. Temperature drifts must be taken into account separately for high dissipation conditions. Condition VIN Line Regulation VIN Min

Characteristic

Typ
0.01 0.02 0.03 74 86 0.002 65

Max 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.15 0.6

Unit %VO %VO %VO %VO %VO dB dB

= 12 V to VIN = 15 V = 12 V to VIN = 40 V

-55°C::5 TA::5 + 125°C, VIN = 12VtoVIN= 15V Load Regulation Ripple Rejection Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Short Circuit Current Limit Reference Voltage Reference Voltage Change With Load Output Noise Voltage Long Term Stability Standby Current Drain Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Input / Output Voltage Differential IL = 0, VIN = 30 V 9.5 2.0 3.0 IL = 1 mA to IL = 50 mA -55°C::5 TA::5 + 125°C, IL = 1 mA to IL = 50 mA f = 50 Hz to 10kHz f = 50 Hz to 10 kHz, CREF = 5/lF -55°C::5 TA::5 +125°C

0.015

%/oC mA

= 10 fl, Vo = 0 IREF = 0.1 mA IREF = 0.1 mA to 5 mA BW = 100 Hz to 10 kHz, CREF = 0
RSC BW = 100 Hz to 10 kHz, CREF = 5/lF

6.95

7.15

7.35 20

V mV /lVrms /lVrms %/1000 hrs

20 2.5 0.1 2.3 3.5 40 37 38

mA V V V

2·96

J.LA723
J.LA723C Electrical Characteristic TA = 25°C, VIN = V+ = Vc = 12 V, V- = 0, Your = 5 V, IL = 1 rnA, Rsc = 0, Cl 100 pF, CREF 0, unless otherwise specified. Divider impedance as seen by error amplifier :::5 10 kfl connected as shown in Figure 1. Line and load regulation specifications are given for the condition of constant chip temperature. Temperature drifts must be taken into account separately for high dissipation conditions.

=

=

Characteristic Line Regulation

Condition

Min

Typ 0.01 0.1 0.03 74 86 0.003 65

Max 0.1 0.5 0.3 0.2 0.6

Unit %Vo %Vo %Vo %VO %VO dB dB

Load Regulation Ripple Rejection Average Temperature Coefficient of Output Voltage Short Circuit Current Limit Reference Voltage Reference Voltage Change With Load Output Noise Voltage Long Term Stability Standby Current Drain Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Inpull Output Voltage Differential

= 12 V to VIN = 15 V VIN = 12 V to VIN = 40 V O°C:::5 TA:::5 70°C, VIN = 12 V to VIN = 15 V IL = 1 rnA to IL = 50 rnA O°C :::5 TA:::5 70°C, IL = 1 rnA to IL = 50 rnA f = 50 Hz to 10kHz f = 50 Hz to 10 kHz, CREF = 5 J.LF
VIN O°C :::5 TA :::5 70°C

0.015

%/oC rnA

= 10 fl, Vo = 0 IREF = 0.1 rnA IREF = 0.1 rnA to 5 rnA BW = 100 Hz to 10 kHz, CREF = 0 BW = 100 Hz to 10 kHz, CREF = 5 J.LF
RSC IL

6.80

7.15

7.50 20

V mV J.LVrms J.LVrms %/1000 hrs

20 2.5 0.1 2.3 9.5 2.0 3.0 4.0 40 37 38

= 0, VIN = 30 V

rnA V V V

2·97

p,A723
Typical Performance Curves for J.lA723 and J.lA723C Line Regulation as a Function of Input/Output Voltage Differential
+0.3,.,-,-r-T"-r-Y-,-.,-,-,

Current Limiting Characteristics as a Function of Junction Temperature
O. 8
1

Load Transient Response
200 12

+O.21-+-+-I-+-+-!_TA
~

1-+-+--+---1I-+-+-Y~UO l +5 y Asc '" 0
.'lV

>
I

5

1-+-+-I-+-+--1-IL

== '" +3 V =

+25°C

1mA

"

w 07

~ ~11-+-+-1-+-+-!-+-+-+---1

~

% ~f'
o<~

"'Q~

> E

LOAD CURRENT

180

~ 0.6

"'t~~s-:: ::::,.
f!

;: <

0

Z

I 80

I

10
o < E
-10

1"40
OUTPUT VOLTAGE

~

~ ::I

~

i :;
...
ffi
()

~

05

-0.11-+-+-/-+-+--1-+-+-+-1

·20

i"""; ~

120

Q

~

I- ~"IfEN'TR

~ 04

~ ~ t- 40
o
+100 +140

....... i"'- so

< " !:;

W

1('\
II II
r I- -"
y" T,
== +12 V YOUT = +S V = 40 rnA I,
=

[

...
0

g
-40

o ~ ~ Q
o g

I z

-20

I::I

::I

\

O. 3 ·60
(YIN YOUT) -

+20

+60

-8.0 ·5

\

.'( 1
35

25°C

0

I
45

·30

15

25

v

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

TIME-,..s

Load Regulation as a Function of Input/Output Voltage Differential
+0.2 r-T".---,-r-T"--r-y-,-.---,

Line Transient Response
6D
INPUT VOLTAGE
4

Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency
10
>

+011-+-+--+-t-+--+-!-+-+--+

> E

I

40

o o

Z

I I
11

y,"
T,
I,

Your = +5 V = +12 Y

2o I

.se

00

~
~

o
0

z

= +25°C = 50 rnA

2.0

w

g

~
~

/
1- ',

~~U~OLTAGE

l - I-

o

~ ~

1j
0

10

'~ "
C,

<
~
D1

Z

'"F

v

-20~
-40~

"

w

!
0

o

= +12 V !-VIN YOUT '" +5 V '" 1 mA -20 ::I T, '" 25·C

g

5

::I

~

... ::I

V

".0
(YIN YOUT) -

I-T r I

·5

15

25

35

45

."

0.01

1DO

1k

10k
FREQUENCY - Hz

100 k

1M

v

TIME-J.ls

Typical Performance Curves for J.lA723 Maximum Load Current as a Function of Input-Output Voltage Differential
2DO

Load Regulation Characteristics Without Current Limiting
+005

Load Regulation Characteristics With Current Limiting
+0.05

I
160

ToL, l,.l.
RTH ""

1_

150°C/W

~
I
I-

\

r~~A~:~T=S~~K~w

-

I
~

5
-0.05

~

~'-

::I

'" ()

~

120

~

r---.: .......
t'-...

1 ~C
,. 'SSoC

It!::::::-

~
~

-005

r;;;:: ::--

o
,TA"'" +25°C

Z

so

~
4D

5
::I

-......:. ~1<).

-0.1

~ r-.... ·c r- ~
i"-r--...

......

~
~S'C

I

f--

I
~
-01

t<~~ "i-l~$·C ~::::.

5
::I

r---

\

TA

=

+125°C

l"-. .......
20

~

~ -015

5 V -0.1 51-your'" VIN '" +12 V

o

"4..
10

'-....

-0 2
30 40
50

_Rr r I
20

·02 I-~our "" 5 V VIN '" +12 V -025

o

40

so

so

l-i

sC

1

0

1'I
0

100

o

10

15

20

25

30

INPUT·OUTPUT VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL - V

OUTPUT CURRENT - mA

OUTPUT CURRENT - mA

2·98

f.LA723
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Standby Current Drain as a Function of Input Voltage
5 ••

Load Regulation Characteristics With Current Limiting

,

Current LImiting Characteristics

vL, 1. vi
V'N
'" +12 V
= 10 U

"

~

"""II~

Ase

> 1
w

,. ,.

, ,
;or- n
:!;
f-~OUT '" +5 V

J OUT I" V;EF
1 ,,".

I -01

~~

" ~ ••

••
/
/

.

~ 5 !il

Z

-02

1\ '\ \ ~\
~ -~\

-.

3

-<14

~~n~ \f ~"0 :.
n n

f-

••

OUTPUT CURRENT - rnA

••

••

"

r-

•• ,

..

•• ;t t--;t " !:! •• " f-" f-~ ~ r~ n . •• 1 r"Jc I'· il 1 •• ••
" ~
0 VIN
=:

I-

>

0

.....~

TA = -S5°e

TA

=:

+25°C

~r- -

" f- -

+12 V

.....-"'"

~c

..

50

.. ,..

OUTPUT CURRENT -rnA

••

,.

2.

30

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

.

5.

Typical Performance Curves for ",A723C Maximum Load Current as a Function of Input/Output Voltage Differential 2.•

Load Regulation Characteristics Without Current LImiting

Current LImiting Characteristics
> 1

,
1
I-

..

LML "1'50Je
ATH
=:

150°C/W

1

PSTANDBV

=:

80 mW

I

1

120

\

METAL CAN PACKAGE (NO HEAT SINK)

~

B 80

ill il!

\

\1\.
TA = 70°C

\

;::

z o

'"1

~

-"'r--:

-

TA - DoC

r-!' ""oC r--

-...~:-;;:~

'0 < " ~ •• 0
w

>
~

-.

~ -01

••
••

~ ~

25°C

" .!il

" e: 0 " w
>

o. f-+--+-+-f-II

f-+-+--+-+-~:

o.

I f-+--+-+--f-~ ~

~

....

Your = +5 V V'N = +12 V
-<12

,.

2.

1

....,

3.

.

50

l

r ••

1

INPUT-OUTPUT VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL - V

OUTPUT CURRENT - rnA

••

.

~

02 - :~UT : :!2vV

••

'00

•-"I" 7'0 i" • .0

'0

•0

OUTPUT CURRENT -

mA

.

'00

Maximum Load Current as a Function of Input/Output Voltage Differential
200

Load Regulation Characteristics With Current Limiting

,

.ill
§

~

~

.. II

1T"~'" I"
ATH
PSTANDBY
=:

12~Oe 1 _
111°CIW
80 mW -

+. ,

JouTI" 15 vi _
YIN Rse '" +12 V =10U"-

Standby Current Drain as a Function of Input Voltage 5. V~UT ~ V'~,
<
E

=

120

I

DIP PACKAGE (NO HEAT SINK)

-

~

5

••
TA == +25°C
TA

'i

0."- f-

\

o ••

~

\
'\
1'..q ""2$0

5
I> .~ t, i >.oC 1

o

'"1 z

.... ~

r--.

...

1 1 1 1
~

1
IZ

••

\
r- -

" ~ -01
-<12

>

, ">OYf'"
1

~~ -:toe ~
I
1
•0 3•

t, "O°c l

r-

. ." "
0
Q

w 30

~

.0

~~

t;

<

Z

,.
•o

0
.0

TA == +7QOC

••

,.

2.

I"'-'

3.

••

5.

,.

10

3.

40

5•

INPUT-OUTPUT VOL TAGE DIFFERENTIAL - V

OUTPUT CURRENT - mAo

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

2-99

p,A723
Typical Applications Fig. 1 Basic Low Voltage Regulator (VOUT= 2 to 7 V) Fig. 2 Basic High Voltage Regulator (VOUT = 7 to 37 V)
V,N

v+

Vc
YOUT

v+
VREF

Vc
VOUT

YREF
~A723

Rsc CL CS R3 Cl 100 pF

Rl

REGULATED OUTPUT

R3

~A723

Rsc CL J---4--'V'____........

~~~~~TED

csJ----i
Rl

CRE'I

R2

R2

-=

-=
5V 0.5mV 1.5 mV Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN = 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 50 rnA)
Note Rl R2 R3 = Rl + R2 for minimum temperature drift. R3 may be eliminated for minimum component count.

Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN = 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 50 rnA) Note
Rl R2 R3 = R 1 + R2 for minimum temperature drift.

15 V 1.5 mV 4.5mV

Fig. 3

Negative Voltage Regulator
V,N

Fig. 4

Positive Voltage Regulator (External npn Pass Transistor)
V,N

RS 2 kn
YREF

Vz
~A723

t - -.......-i:. ~~4898
Rsc REGULATED OUTPUT Rl Cl 100 pF R2

CL CS

R4 3 kH
N.!.

R3 3 kn

Rl

V-

'-----4---4-------1--<........ ~~~~~~TED

Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN = 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 100 rnA)
Note 4

-15 V 1 mV 2 mV

Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN = 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 1 A)

+15 V 1.5 mV 15 mV

Notes 1. Figures in parentheses may be used if R 1 I R2 divider IS placed on opposite side of error amp. 2. Replace Rl IR2 in figures with divider shown in Figure 8. 2-100

3. V+ must be connected to a +3 V or greater supply. 4. For metal can applications where Vz is required, an external 6.2 V zener diode should be connected in series with VOUT

ILA723
Typical Applications (Cont.) Fig. 5 Positive Voltage Regulator (External pnp Pass Transistor) Fig.6 Foldback Current Limiting
Y,N

V+
VAEF

Vc
VOUT

Rsc 30 n

REGULATED OUTPUT

V+
VREF

Vc
VOUT

R3

2.7 kn
R1
pA723

CL

cs
R1
"A723

R'

56 kn

CL NI INV

cs
N.I. R2 INV

Rsc R2

REGULATED OUTPUT

'::'

Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 1 A)

=

+5V
0.5 mV 5 mV

Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN = 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 10 mAl Short-Circuit Current

+5 V
0.5 mV 1 mV 20 mA

Fig. 7

Remote Shutdown Regulator with Current Limiting
Y,N

Fig. 8

Output Voltage Adjust

R1 V+
VRH

Vc Rsc
VOUT

REGULATED OUTPUT

P1

4 - - - NON-INVERTING

INPUT

NOTE 2

R1

>L A723

CL

R2

cs
NI R2 INV

t:=-4~~i'1':'-'"'WIr-CCSL R' LOGIC 2 kfl

INPUT

Notes Current limit transistor may be used for shutdown If current limiting IS not required. Add if VOUT > 10 V

Typical Performance Regulated Output Voltage Line Regulation (~VIN 3 V) Load Regulation (~IL = 50 mAl

=

+5 V
0.5 mV 1.5 mV

2·101

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JLA 105 • JLA305 JLA305A • JLA376 Voltage Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram a-Pin 'Metal Package
REG

Description The 10S/30S/30SA/376 are Monolithic Positive Voltage Regulators constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. Applications for these devices include both linear and switching regulator circuits with output voltages greater than 4.S V. These devices will not oscillate when confronted with varying resistive and reactive loads and will start reliably regardless of the load within the ratings of the circuit. They also feature fast response to both load and line transients. Used independently, the 10S/30S will supply 12 mA, the 30SA, 4S mA and 376, 2S mAo The 10S is specified for the military temperature range (-SSOC to +12S0C) and the 30S/376/30SA are specified for O°C to +70°C operation. The 10S/30S/30SA are in an a-pin TO-S package and the 376 is available in the space and cost saving DIP. • LOW STANDBY CURRENT DRAIN • ADJUSTABLE OUTPUT VOLTAGE FROM 4.S TO 40 V • HIGH OUTPUT CURRENTS EXCEEDING 10 A WITH EXTERNAL COMPONENTS • LOAD REGULATION BETTER THAN 0.1%, FULL LOAD WITH CURRENT LIMITING • DC LINE REGULATION GUARANTEED ATO.03%/V • RIPPLE REJECTION OF 0.01%/V Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage p,A10S,p,A30SA p,A30S,p,A376 Input 1Output Voltage Differential Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) p,A 10S, p,A30S, p,A30SA,p,A376 Operating Temperature Range Military (p,A 10S) Commercial (p,A30S, p,A30SA, p,A376) Storage Temperature Range Metal DIP Pin Temperature Metal soldering (60 s) DIP Soldering (1-0 s)

OUT

BOOSTER

2

OUT

6

FEEDBACK

COMMON

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package p,A10S Metal p,A30S Metal p,A30SA Metal Connection Diagram a-Pin DIP

Code SW SW SW

Part No. p,A10SHM p,A30SHC p,A30SAHC

CURRENT LIMIT

REG OUT

BOOSTER OUT UNREGIN COMMON

COMP
FEEDBACK

REF BYPASS

so V
40 V 40V SOOmW 4S0mW

(TOp View)

Order Information Type Package p,A376 Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. p,A376TC

-6S0C to +1S0°C -SsoC to +12SoC

Notes L Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to lO·C. Above 70·C ambient derate linearly at 6.25 mW /·C for the metal can and 5.6 mW /·C for the mini Dip.
2-102

Equivalent Circuit
. . . - - - - - - - - - - - - -......- - - - - - - - - - . . - - - - - -......-=-3 UNREGULATED INPUT

r-~~----~--~

BOOSTER OUTPUT

'--'WI..-_'W..-+---'-' CURRENT LIMIT
~------8::'REGULATED OUTPUT
R3 6.8k

, ' - _ - - - -_ _- - - - - ' - 7 COMPENSATION SHUTDOWN

6 FEEDBACK :l-_-I_____-+_......__.::.

' - - - - - t - - - - t - - - - - _ > - - - - - - " - 5 REFERENCE BYPASS

'--_~>---......--------_~---------_~---------~4 COMMON
Pin Connections Shown are for Metal Package

p.A105 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Output/Input Voltage Differential

TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified (Note 2) Condition Min 8.5 4.5 3.0 RSC = 100, TA = 25°C 0.02 0.03 0.03 0.025 0.015 0.003 0.3 1.63 10 Hz !5 f !5 10 kHz CREF = 0 CREF 1.7 0.005 0.002 225 300 0.8 0.1 375 2.0 1.0 Typ Max 50 40 30 0.05 0.1 0.1 0.06 0.03 0.01 1.0 1.81 Unit V V V % % % %IV %IV %/V % V % % mV mA %

Load Regulation (Note 3)

o !5 IL !5

12 mA

RSC = 100, TA = 125°C RSC = 100, TA = -55°C

Line Regulation Ripple Rejection Temperature Stability (Note 5) Feedback Sense Voltage Output Noise Voltage Current Limit Sense Voltage (Note 4) Standby Current Drain Long Term Stability

VIN - VO!5 5 V VIN - Vo

>

5V

CREF = 10 p.F, f = 120 Hz -55°C !5 TA !5 125°C

>

O. 1 p.F

RSC = 100, TA = 25°C, Vo=OV VIN = 50 V

Notes 2. These specificaltons apply for input and output voltages within the ranges given, and for a divider Impedance seen by the feedback terminal of 2 k!l, unless otherwise specified. The load and Ime regulation specifIcatIons are for constant junction temperature. Temperature drift effects must be taken into account separately when the unit IS operating under condItions of high dissipation. 3. The output currents given. as well as the load regulatIon. can be increased by the addition of external transistors. The

Improvement factor will be roughly equal to the composite current gam of the added transIstors. 4. With no external pass transIstor. 5. Temperature Stability IS defined as the percentage change in output voltage for a thermal variation from room temperature to either temperature extreme.

2·103

~A105 • ~A305 • ~A305A • ~A376
",,305
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Outputllnput Voltage Differential Rsc Load Regulation (Note 3) TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified (Note 2) Condition Min 8.5 4.5 3.0 Typ Max 40 30 30 0.02 0.03 0.03 0.025 0.015 0.003 0.3 1.63 10 Hz
~

Unit V V V % % % %IV %IV %/V

o ~ IL ~

12 mA

Rsc

= 100, TA = 25°C = 150, TA = 70°C

(}'05 0.1 0.1 0.06 0.03 0.01 1.0 1.81

Rsc = 100, TA = O°C Line Regulation Ripple Rejection Temperature Stability (Note 5) Feedback Sense Voltage Output Noise Voltage Current Limit Sense Voltage (Note 4) Standby Current Drain Long Term Stability f
~

VIN- Vo~ 5V VIN -Vo> 5V CREF = 10 /IoF, f = 120 Hz O°C ~ TA ~ 70°C

'.
% V % % 375 2.0 1.0 mV mA % 1.7 0.005 0.002 225 300 0.8 0.1

10 kHz

CREF = 0 CREF > 0.1 /IoF

RSC = 100, TA = 25°C Vo= OV VIN = 40 V

",,305A
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Output/Input Voltage Differential Rsc Load Regulation TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified (Note 2) Condition Min 8.5 4.5 3.0 Typ Max 50 40 30 0.02 0.03 0.03 0.025 Q.015 120 Hz 0.003 0.3 1.55 10 Hz
~

Unit V V V % % % %/V %IV %/V

o ~ IL ~ 45 mA
VIN - Vo ~ 5V VIN - Vo > 5V CREF

Rsc

= 0 0, TA = = 00, TA =

25°C 70°C

0.2 0.4 0.4 0.06 0.03

Rsc = 00, TA "i' O°C Line Regulation Ripple Rejection Temperature Stability (Note 5) Feedback Sense Voltage Output Noise Voltage Current Limit Sense Voltage (Note 4) Standby Current Drain Long Term Stability
Notes on following page.

= 10 /IoF, f =

O°C ~ TA ~ 70°C

1.0 1.85

% V % %

1.7 0.005 0.002

f

~

10 kHz

CREF

=0
225

CREF > 0.1 /IoF

RSC = 100, TA = 25°C, Vo= OV VIN

300 p.8 0.1

375 2.0 1.0

mV mA %

= 50 V

2-104

~A105 • ~A305 • ~A305A • ~A376
~A376

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Output/Input Voltage Differential Load Regulation

O°C:$ TA :$70°C Condition Min 9.0 5.0 3.0 Typ Max 40 37 30 0.2 0.5
0.5

Unit V V V
% % %

o :$ IL :$ 25 mA
TA = 25°C

= 00. TA = 25°C RSC = 0 O. TA = 70°C
RSC Rsc = 00. TA = O°C

Line Regulation Ripple Rejection Standby Current Drain Reference Voltage Current Limit Sense Voltage Note.

0.03 0.1 0.1 2.5 1.60 1.72 360 1.80

%IV %IV %IV

O°C :$ TA :$ 70°C f

= 120 Hz. TA = 25°C

VIN = 30 V. TA =25°C

mA V mV

2. These specifications apply for input and output voltages within the ranges given, and for a divider impedance seen by the feedback terminal of 2 kll, unless otherwise specified. The load and line regulation specifications are for constant junction temperature. Temperature drift effects must be taken into account separately when the unit is operating under conditions of high diSSipation. 3. The output currents given, as well as the load regulation, can be increased by the addition of external transistors. The

improvement factor will be roughly equal to the composite current gain of the added transistors. 4 With no external pass transistor. 5 Temperature Stability IS defmed as the percentage change in output voltage for a thermal variation from room temperature to either temperature extreme.

Typical Performance Curves for
~105/~305/~A305A

Load Regulation

Current Limiting Characteristics

Short Circuit Current as a Function of Temperatur~

f ~.~~.. ...... TA=1!rC ; -D.Ol ........ -~ .................... ! ~1--r~-.'.-.,~~1-~~ .... ~ -D.02~+-+-t-+-+'''::''''+-I--i T.:-..·C ••••••••
~

I

..•....
-003~+-+-t-+-+-+-+---l

!:
~

I i D.·f-+--~H~
U

>
I

.........

1 1
~C=~H

I-f-+-+++---+--+-+-+-+-I
1--t---il:;11

o!~:o!

~;-~!-~ r- lit-I-II

o! f-- o!t-f-10

-75 50

_ ....

f-- ".c:O-+-+-+-+--+--I

o

I 1
5

10

15

ao

O~O~~lO~~ao~~ao~~~~~~ .. ·
OUTPUT CURRENT-mA

f- "'c=lO II+-i+++-+-t-t---l

0

........ ~=151l

11-......

",c:i"
1
25

r--. ..... -l r-50 75

r--....

t- f:::- ........
100 125 150

"

2S

, LOAD CURRENT-mA

TEMPEAATURE_oC

2·105

p,A 105 • p,A305 • p,A305A • p,A376
Performance Curves for p.A 10S/p.A30S/p.A30SA (Cont.) Current Limit Sense Voltage as a Function of Temperature
.s
> I

Current Limiting Characteristics

Optimum Divider Resistance Values
3• '.0

..
~ -.oo
I

.J:SSJA.... 1'-..
........

IA1/•• ~I"1I 1R1 '" 1.11 VOUT , _

!;

... ~ ...
~
Ii
~ -0,08

.:•••:••.••~ \. ...

I
' \ ••••• TA- -SS"C

IU

~
~

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\

....

!

IU

\

I:

ill

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.......

.......

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0

!i IU

.. ...
a
••
7S 50 25 0 IS 50

~

I'-..

-........

I'-..

.......

-.,

10

.. .. ..
LOAD CURRENT-rnA

75

100 1as 110

TEMPERATURE_oC

... •

"'
10

~

..........

..
8

OUTPUT VOLTAGE-V

Minimum Input Voltage as a Function of Temperature

Supply Voltage Rejection as a Function of Input/Output Voltage Differential

••
>

YO~Y=4!V-

,

Standby Current Drain as Function of Input Voltage

YOUT

'lOy

TA 25°C

~ ~

I

.... ~
7.

V

,
125

....

1 1

r-

CREF"'O

i
s.
75 50

.... ~
25

./

0

25

50

75

100

TEMPERATURE_OC

.-,
45

_~REF"'10~f

t'ri I
10

..

I . ,.
..

,

1.1

TA = -55 0

e ......................

! . . ~:~:::: ......

...

···········~A~ ...~~C~~+--1
~-r
TA=125"C .........................

•• !:1O--''--: ..:--.L--: .. !:-..J......--!: ..:--.L-~ ..
INPUTVOLTAGE-Y

INPUT-OUTPUT VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL-V

Regulator Dropout Voltage
'3 r--,-.....,.-,--.,....--,.-,--.--, ~V 1---t-+--+---1f--+-VJ.,,. Asc=1GU'

Minimum Output Voltage as a Function of Temperature

Transient Response
.. r--,--r-~--~-,---, 1-----1--+--1--+ RseLoH.lYIN=5Y

> I

4.
3.
./

./

~
~

IL""5rnA····· ......
"_'=76~_ .. ::--_: ..

I ...
U

V

V

/

/

I -..
~
IU

> I

LINE

VOUT~lOV

r=-~L~. +--t---t--t-1-j ~ Asc ~10 II ~ ... ..:::= ~L ~"F ---f---+ IFL=20mA
I

I--~~-+--r-+--~---1

I

.. I---'"
76 .. .. • .. .. 76 ... m
TEMPEAATURE-o C

~.
o

LOAD
~.........

~\:.......~~.~:.j.1Dv.. I
TIME-Io!s

INL=1.0mA

,--±-.-: .. !;-":\ .. ,..-,766--: ... !:--:!' ..
TEMPERATURE_oC

-... ~.--~--1D~--~-= ..~_~I~ ..

2-106

~A105 • ~A305 • ~A305A • ~A376
Typical Performance Curves for 1tA376 Standby Current Drain as a Function of Input Voltage TA 25°C

Load Regulation

Current Limiting Characteristics

Ii iii g

I " iii

.'I--t-H-+-+-+-H-I. ••.1lSI1

~C!101!1
f-I T.="·C- r.
T.=7O"CTA-ODe

...
.z

I I I I

l ...
i

.... ....
...1 1

=

'.10
VOUT=t)V

~ g

.....r.J........
~~

I

•..

~ "'" i
'.70

~-r
1/

-~

1-1-'"

.... ..... .;:;~~.;t~.: • ..oI!!!! ... ............1 1 I I
10

~ .... "'" L

j.... - I -

..... 1-"

YOUT=5V

..

3D

10

.1

.. ..

...1 /
'50

3D

101121125

3DU.

LOAD CURRENT-mA

OUTPUT CURRENT-mA

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

Current Limit Sense Voltage as a Function of Temperature
>

Minimum Input Voltage as a Function of Temperature
3
2

Transient Response
~
I

lol5m~0400

VOJT = sly LINE

~

I
i :::;

g
035D
0.300

~

.....

I\.
-+--+--1--1

i'" ......
........

>

7

!.~

70

i • g •
i ! • •
8

I

iii

L .. _
g IY

-

.sc; •• " +-+--t--t
>Y'N=5V

,.....

"'

,,/
......

YOUT f'DY

7

....


5
25

i
70

;t ~
~

~

-C,=.
400 ...... C. = ... > .. ,..

·~4.~~ ... -...~.·~L~~~~~
-4DD!:-.--'--1D=----JL---:!: ..,---....J...-~ ..
nME-~.

.......

INL=10mA_

IF~C==20mA-

•• "

1,OUT =lOY ..... .

50

..

50

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE_oC

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-DC

Regulator Dropout Voltage

Optimum Divider Resistance
z.

Supply Voltages Rejection as a Function of Input/Output Voltage Differential

2.

i

120I-+-+--+,<\-+--+-+-+-I-H
........

Z•

• • • 7 11
• 1 \

1 I 1 1 1 1
R1=111YOVT(tcU)

R2=.!.l!!.!!l
Vo-1.72

~ "'I---F'''''"-;-'~-'::::+-r--.-+-+-t----'H

g "8 i "7
"8

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of ::::: .•.... -d i-tr"'f·:;,··· ..k..
1O

:"I··•....::-1 •• - H

..... .

I

i

i

2.

VOUT=t72X(~+1)

25

\

z.3
2. 2.

• \

2.2f-

,,41-+-+--+--+--+-+-+-I--...,H

" • L....-!:--'-...L.: .. :-1-....J...-50 ±-..L...-=70:---'L......J
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE_oC

• •

-~
10

..... I--t-t-r: ..... '"Iood:-+++++-i

"t
.... f..,
11 20 25 3D •
OUTPUTVOLTAGE-Y

•.OIDI-I-I-t-t-HHI--HI--H
10 15
25 3D

--..

INPUT·OUTPUTYOLTAGE DIFfeRENTIAL

2·107

p,A 105 • p,A305 • p,A305A • p,A376
Typical Appllcatlon8 Ba8ic P081tlve Regulator With Current Limiting
Rsc
r--"N"--'-:'=~~---1r-VOUT
R1

V'N.......:=~~.:.:....:":O
R2
CREF

VOUT"" 1.72 Rl

R2

+ R2

V

ISC "" VSENSE rnA

Rse

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JLA 117 • JLA217 • JLA317
3-Terminal Positive Adjustable Regulators
Linear Products Connection Diagram To-3 Package
OUTPUT 3

Description The /LA 117 is a 3-Terminal Adjustable Positive Voltage Regulator capable of supplying in excess of 1.5 A over an output voltage range of 1.2 V to 37 V. This voltage regulator is exceptionally easy to use and requires only two external resistors to set the output voltage. Further, it employs internal current-limiting, thermalshutdown and safe-area compensation, making it essentially blow-out proof. The /LA 117 series serves a wide variety of applications including local, on-card regulation. This device also makes an especially simple adjustable switching regulator, and a programmable output regulator; or by connecting a fixed resistor between the adjustment and output, the /LA 117 series can be used as a precision current regulator. • OUTPUT CURRENT IN EXCESS OF 1_5 A IN To-3 AND TO-220 PACKAGES • OUTPUT ADJUSTABLE BETWEEN 1_2 V AND 37 V • INTERNAL THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION • INTERNAL SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT-LIMITING CONSTANT TEMPERATURE • OUTPUT TRANSISTOR SAFE-AREA COMPENSATION • FLOATING OPERATION FOR HIGH-VOLTAGE APPLICATIONS • STANDARD 3-PIN TRANSISTOR PACKAGES • AVAILABLE IN MILITARY TEMPERATURE RANGE Absolute Maximum Ratings Input-Output Voltage Differential Power Dissipation Operating Junction Temperature Military (/LA 117) Automotive (jLA217) Commercial (/LA317C) Storage Temperature TO-3 Steel TO-220 Pin Temperature TO-3 Package (Soldering, 60 s Time Limit) TO-220 Package (Soldering, 10 s Time Limit)

(TOp View)


Part No_ /LA317KC /LA 117KM Code GH GH Part No_ /LA317UC /LA217UV

Order Information Type Package /LA317 Metal /LA 117 Metal Connection Diagram TO-220 Package

Code HJ HJ

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /LA317 Molded Power Pack /LA217 Molded Power Pack

40 Vdc Internally Limited -55°C to +150°C -40°C to +125°C O°C to +125°C -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C

2·109
---~~--~~~

JLA 117 • JLA217 • JLA317
Schematic Diagram
V,N 3

~

310

J31D

230

~'20

~56"
v

"" ~
125 k

v

v

"

'"'

135

124 k

>-4:::~f-r:~;:1-'2 ~6.3V
100 36. 5" 110

>51.

~
-.... r

~
67"

170 160

V

12~
510

~I200

63V

~~

(F
......
'----

~
13.

6.8 k

"'" ......
24 "

.......

(

3Dpi'

30 pF

-r
01

63!

"- ~

105

126 k

4 >--

VOU

ADJUST

2·110

~A 117
Electrical Characteristics

• ~A217 • ~A317

VI - Vo = 5 V; 10 = 0.5 A for K and U Packages TJ = Operating Temperature (see Note 1); IMax and PMax per Note 2; unless otherwise specified. /LA117 1217 /LA317 Max Min Typ 0.02 0.05 15 0.3 50 1 100 5 0.01 0.02 5 0.1 20 0.3 50 0.2 Max Unit 0.04 %/V 0.07 %/V 25 0.5 70 1.5 mV %VO mV %VO Condition TA = 25°C, 3 V:::::; VI - VO:::::; 40 V 3 V :::::; VI - Vo :::::; 40 V TA = 25°C, 10 mA :::::; 10 :::::; IMax 10 mA :::::; 10 :::::; IMax VO:::::; 5 V Vo Vo
~

Symbol Characteristic Line Regulation Reg Line (Note 3, 7)

Min Typ 0.01 0.02 5 0.1 20 0.3 50 5 V 5V

Regulation Reg Load Load (Note 3)

VO:::::; 5 V
~

IAdi
~IAdi

Adjustment Pin Current Adjustment Pin Current Change Reference Voltage (Note 4) Temperature Stability Minimum Load Current to Maintain Regulation Maximum Output Current RMS Noise, % of Vo Ripple Rejection (Note 5) Long-Term Stability, TJ = Thigh (Note 6) Thermal Resistance Junction to Case VI - Vo = 40 V VI - Vo :::::; 15 V, Po :::::; PMax K and U Packages VI - Vo = 40 V, Po :::::; PMax, TA = 25°C K and U Packages TA = 25°C, 10 Hz:::::; f:::::; 10 kHz Vo = 10 V, f = 120 Hz Without CAdi CAdi 1.5 2.5 V :::::; VI - Vo :::::; 40 V 10 mA :::::; IL :::::; IMax, PO:::::; PMax 3 V :::::; VI - Vo :::::; 40 V 10 mA :::::; 10 :::::; IMax, Po :::::; PMax

100 /LA 5
/LA

0.2 1.20 1.25 0.7 3.5 2.2

VRef TS IL(Min)

1.30 1.20 1.25 0.7 5 1.5 3.5 2.2

1.30 V %VO 10 mA

IMax

A 0.25 0.4 0.003 65 66 80 0.3 2.3 1 3 66 0.15 0.4 0.003 65 80 0.3 2.3 5 1 3 %VO dB %1.0 k Hrs °C/W

N RR

= 10/LF

S

TA = 25°C for Endpoint Measurements
K Package (TO-3) U Package (TO-220)

ROJC

Notes
1 ,.,A 117 Operating Junction Temperature Range; -55'C to +150'C ,.,A217 Operating Junction Temperature Range; -25'C to +120'C 2. IMax ; 1 5 A for K (TO-3) and U (TO-220) Packages PMax ; 20 W for K (TO-3) and U (TO-220) Packages 3. Load and line regulation are specified at constant Junction temperature Changes in Vo due to heating effects must be taken Into account separately. Pulse testing with low duty cycle is used. 2-111 4 Selected devices with tightened tolerance reference voltage available. 5 CAdI' when used, IS connected between the adjustment pin and ground. 6 Since Long-Term Stability cannot be measured on each deVice before shipment, this specification is an engineering estimate of average stability from lot to lot. 7. lOUT; 0.5 A for VI - Vo .oS 25 V and IMax for VI - Vo ~ 25 V.

~A 117· ~A217· ~A317
Typical Performance Curves

Load Regulation

Current Limit
4

Adjustment Pin Current
70

..

0.'
2

VI = 15 V Yo = 10 Y

I
~
o
~

w

ILL oslA
Il

~ -0.2
~ -0.4

= 1:&'A- l- t-

-""
..........

'1 ,65
c

,

3 / TJ ::: 25"C

~ a:

1'-...

5 S -0.•

I

" "

a:

2

~ f\.

I i'l
~
TJ::: -S5°e

60

.J

Ifo

. -D.'
-1.0
-75

1/'"~ TI160'r ~
10
20

"'

i

~

..


./

V

50

I-

-

V II
-so
-21 0 25 75 100 125 150
TJ' JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _·C

45

-so

-25

0

25

50

75 100 125 150

~

30

" ""

,

~
j
40 35 _75

40

T J. JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

VI - Yo. INPUT/OUTPUT
VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL - Vdc

Dropout Voltage
3.0
.6.Yo"" 100 mY

Temperature Stability
1.260

Minimum Operating Current
5.0 4 .•

II
01S >w
>~

.} 51

2.S

..........

......... _,,=I.U

.....

IL=USA

./

V

2.0

II' _c

g

I .•

-

1-1 '=1"1
0

r- ~ :---. .................. .::::: r-; ~
IL '" 200 RIA

r
I
,: II

>

,

c

250

v'"

..... ........
........

E 40 3 .• 3.0 2.5 2.0 15 10 05

TJ "" _Sloe

~/

~ a:

1.240

IL '" SOOmA

;
1.220 _7&

" " !i ..
" " .ffi

a:

I--

T~'5II"C

\. / .,3- ".
/

~

....... ~ ........ ......
..........
75 100

~ 1.230

I~ ~

rr
II

- :;;; ?'
10

1.!!. 7& -50 -25

25

SO

"121 150

TJ = 2"C
20

-so

-25

0

25

50

75

100 125 150

00

30

40

T J. JUNCTION TEMPERATURE - ·C

TJ. JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -

oc

VI - V()t INPUTfOUTPUT VOLTAGE DIFr:ERENTIAL - VdC

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Output Voltage
100

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Output Current

Ripple Rejection as a Function of Frequency
100
CAdi"" 10 p.F

~
I

i.
i
i
40

.

IC• d,

!
I

10

.,1-

120

rIL = SOD mA t. 120 Hz TJ = we
VI - Yo - 5 V

I
CAdi = 10 1J.F

13 ..

WITHOUT CAdi

I--0
20

{JJ)J.

d,

!.
i
10

,

20

= 15 Y Vo = lOY
VI

VI = l5Y I\. TJ=WC Yo = lOY \ f-~ITHOUT~ 1"\1 40 \1\ '\.. i 20

I/~

/

1---

Il = SOD mA

f"" 120 Hz TJ = 250C 0.1
10. OUTPUT CURRENT - A

,

0

10

15

20

21

30

35

0 001

0 10

100

1k

10k

lOOk

1 II

10M

Vo. OUTPUT VOLTAGE - Y

f. FREQUENCY - Hz

2·112

pA117·pA217·pA317
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Output Impedance
10

Line Transient Response
w

Load Transient Response

,
F=~~ """" \50V V ~~L "" 500 rnA
TJ""25"C

,

10

o

1

L
/

/
/

5' >z
"'0

" ~>
~~

15 10

I
C L '" 0, WITHOUT CAd)

I I I
\

" ;:> 5,
5Q .....
::»
... ~

w

J

2
C L :::: 1 MF,CMJ:::: 10!,-F

,
WITHOUT CAd)

::» ow .0

05
0 -0 5
_1 01-1 5
10

(\

'\

CL :::: 1 j.tF, CAdI = 10 j.tF

>z

1
0

I" ILl
-~

\
Vo

\.
= 10 V IL = SOmA TJ = 25°C

~
w

'" ,
II

\

C L - 0, WITHOUT CAd)
VI 15 V Vo:::: 10 V INL 7 50 rnA

:;

C:~

-1
2 3 5 0

~

,
10 J 10

..-

-

V

/

J
1k

CAd) = 10pF

5' >w
b...

" ~> " "z
-."
~~

I--

\

TJ=25'C

rr-

05
0 10
20

100

10k

tOOk

1M

~

/1'30
j,ts

I--I-40

5 0

I II
10
20

'\,
\
30

I,

r-- b40

f, FREQUENCY - Hz

t, TIME -

t, TIME - MS

Typical Applications Standard Application
V IN VO UT

r--

/L AI17 Rl 240
CO UT

Since the current from the adjustment terminal (lAdj) represents an error term in the equation, the p,A 117 was designed to controllAdj to less than 0 and keep it constant. To do this, a" quiescent operating current is returned to the output terminal. This imposes the requirement for a minimum load current. If the load current is less than this minimum, the output voltage will rise. Since the p,A 117 is a floating regulator, it is only the voltage differential across the circuit which is important to performance, and operation at high voltages with respect to ground is possible. Fig. 1. Basic Circuit Configuration

IAdJ •
CIN

0.1 /LF

ADJUST

1 /LF

,.V
-

R2

R2 + Fi1) + IAdj R2

VOUT
/L A117

C'N IS required if regulator is located an appreciable distance from power supply filter.
ADJUST

1+
VREF

Rl

VOUT = 1.25 V (1

Smce 'Adj is controlled to less than 100 p.A, the error associated with this term is negligible m most applications.

-IAdJ

\

t'PROG VOU T
R2

_L...

Basic Circuit Operation The p,A 117 is a 3·terminal floating regulator. In operation, the p,A 117 develops and maintains a nominal 1.25 V reference (VREF) between its output and adjustment terminals. This reference voltage is converted to a programming current (lProg) by R 1 (see Figure 1), and this constant current flows through R2 to ground. The regulated output voltage is given by:
VOUT

VRef = 1.25 V TYPICAL

= VREF

(1 + *)

+ IAdj R2

2·113

JLA 117 • JLA217 • JLA317
Load Regulation The /.IA 117 is capable of providing extremely good load regulation, but a few precautions are needed to obtain maximum performance. For best performance, the programming resistor (Rl) should be connected as close to the regulator as possible to minimize line drops which effectively appear in series with the reference, thereby degrading regulation. The ground end of R2 can be returned near the load ground to provide remote ground sensing and improve load regulation. External Capacitor. A 0.1 /.IF disc or 1.0 /.IF tantalum input bypass capacitor (CIN) is recommended to reduce the sensitivity to input line impedance.
The adjustment terminal may be bypassed to ground to improve ripple rejection. This capacitor (CAdi) prevents ripple from being amplified as the output voltage is increased. A 10 /.IF capacitor should improve ripple rejection about 15 dB at 120 Hz in a 10 V application. Although the /.IA 117 is stable with no output capacitance, like any feedback circuit, certain values of external capacitance can cause excessive ringing. An output capacitance (Co) in the form of a 1.0 /.IF tantalum or 25 /.IF aluminum electrolytic capacitor on the output swamps this effect and insures stability. Figure 2 shows the /.IA 117 with the recommended protection diodes for output voltages in excess of 25 V or high capacitance values (Co> 25/.1F, CAdi> 10 /.IF). Diode 01 prevents Co from discharging through the IC during an input short circuit. Diode 02 protects against capacitor CAdi discharging through the IC during an output short circuit. The combination of diodes Oland 02 prevents CAdi from discharging through the IC during an input short circuit.

Fig. 2.

Voltage Regulator with Protection Diode.
01
IN4002

VO UT

R1

02 IN4002

+
ADJUST

I - - - - -......--~
R2

Co

Protection Diode. When external capacitors are used with any IC regulator it is sometimes necessary to add protection diodes to prevent the capacitors from discharging through low current pOints into the regulator.

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~A431

Adjustable Precision Shunt Regulator
Linear Products

Description The JlA431 is a 3-terminal Adjustable Shunt Regulator with guaranteed temperature stability over the entire temperature range of operation. The output voltage may be set at any level greater than 2.5 V (VREF) up to 36 V merely by selecting two external resistors that act as a voltage divided network. Due to the sharp turn-on characteristics this device is an excelient replacement for many zener diode applications.
This product wili operate over the entire temperature range of -55°C to +125°C. This includes the unique automotive range of -40°C to +85°C.

Connection Diagram TO-92 Package

REF
(2)

~'A,"OO'
ANODE
(3)

(1)

(Top View)


Part No. JlA431AWC
Max 37 V 100 mA

• AVERAGE TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT 50 ppm/oC • TEMPERATURE COMPENSATED FOR OPERATION OVER THE FULL TEMPERATURE RANGE • PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT VOLTAGE • FAST TURN-ON RESPONSE • LOW OUTPUT NOISE

Order Information Type Package JlA431 C Molded Absolute Maximum Ratings Cathode Voltage Continuous Cathode Current
Reference Voltage Reference Input Current Operating Temperature Range JlA431C Storage Temperature Range TO-92 Molded Power Dissipation TO-92 Molded Pin Temperature (Soldering) TO-92 Molded (lOs) Operating Conditions Cathode Voltage, Vz Cathode Current, Iz

Code EI

37 V -10 mA to +150 mA

-.5 V
10 mA

775mW 260°C Min VREF 1 mA

Equivalent Circuit
r -______________________________~--~r_--~--_.--1 CATHODE (v z) C2

R6 12 k

R7 12 k

R3 2.5 k 04 02 01

R5 640 !l

R2 1k

R1 3.3 !l 2 ANODE (GND)

2-115

~A431
Electrical Characteristics Symbol VREF VOEV Characteristic Reference Voltage Deviation of Reference Input Voltage Over Temperature Ratio of the Change in Reference Voltage to the Change in Cathode Voltage Reference Input Current Deviation of Reference Input Current over Temperature Minimum Cathode Current for Regulation Off-State Current Dynamic Output Impedance At 25°C ambient temperature unless otherwise noted /LA431C Condition Vz = VREF, liN = 10 mA (Figure 1) Vz VREF, liN 10 mA, TA = full range, See Note 1 (Figure 1) Iz = 10 mA (Figure 2) Vz from VREF to 10V Vz from 10 V to 36 V Min 2.440 Typ 2.495 Max 2.550 17 -2.7 -2 4 Unit V mV mVIV mV/V /LA

=

=

a
-1.4 -1 2

AVREF AVZ

IREF

R1 = 10 kfl, R2 00, liN = 10 mA (Figure 2) R1 = 10 kfl, R2 = liN = 10 mA, TA = Full Range (Figure 2)
00,

=

alREF

0.4

1.2

/LA

IZ(MIN) IZ(OFF) rz

Vz = VREF (Figure 1) Vz = 36 V, VREF = 0 V (Figure 3) Vz = VREF, Frequency = 0 Hz, See Note 2 (Figure 1)

0.4 0.3

1 1

mA

/LA

.75

fl

Notes 1. Oeviation of reference input voltage. VOEV. is defined as the maximum variation of the reference input voltage over the full temperature range.

aVREF can be positive or negative depending on whether the slope is positive or negative. Example: VOEV = 8 mY. VREF = 2495 mY. T2 -T 1 = 70°C. slope is positive

-----:::;-

.....

---..

G489~~V] 10'
aVREF =
~

= +46 ppm/oC

2. The dynamic output impedance. rZ. is defined as:
T,

tl.VZ
rz=~

TEMPERATURE The average temperature coefficient of the reference input voltage. aVREF. is defined as: ppm [ 10' 10' aVREF - - = + VMax - VMin + [ VOEV °C - VREF (at 25°CU - - L"REF (at 25°CiJ When the device is programmed with two external resistors. Rl and R2. (see Figure 2). the dynamic output impedance of the overall circuit. rz'. is defined as:

1 _

:l

rz'

=

tl.VZ' tl.IZ'

[ "'" rz 1+

R2

Rl]

T2- T l where T2 -Tl = full temperature change.

T2- T l

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#LA431
Typical Performance Curvea

Input Current aa a Function of
TA= 2!rC Vz = YREF

Vz

Dynamic Impedance aa a Function of Frequency

,.

500

e::

'1
I

... 400

i i3
~

300

I
J

I

Iz MIN

z " a !!

w

I

,.

Ie

il!200

'00

/

/

1j 1;
I

~

.!'

•,

Yz - CATHODE VOlTAGE _ V

. ..
,

/
./

/

I

I

~

'00.

FREQUENCY - Hz

'M

,.M

1 kll

SOil

Thermal Information
~

'000

tide = 10 mA

"-

","'~

-=.........

'"

Range of Inatablllty
,.~-

........
70

TEMPERATURE _

. """ .........
-c

r--c
E
I

'25

!i w

" ... " .. "
i!!
I

II: II:

STABLE

z

Input Current aa a Function of

Vz

CLOAD

1
!i
I

..liN
'OO~-4---+---+---+--~--~

!
I

230 Il

i ~r--+--~~~-+--+-~
~
Yz - CATHODE VOLTAGE - y

CLOAD

2-117

~A431
DC Test Circuits Fig. 1 Test Circuit For Vz
IIN~

= VREF

Fig. 3

Test Circuit for Off-State Current
INPUT-.l\lV"'""_--VZ

INPUT-f\NIr-_--vz

.--.......,~
-~

t

Iz OFF

--'t'

liz

_L.

Fig. 2

Test Circuit For Vz
INPU T

> VREF
Vz

R1

--+-- ~~tl z
R2
VREF

IREF

t
t

.... ~

_L..

Vz

= VREF (1

+ R1/R2) +IREFe R1

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FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

J.LA78S40 Universal Switching Regulator Subsystem
Linear Products

Description The ~A78S40 is a Monolithic Regulator Subsystem consisting of all the active building blocks necessary for switching regulator systems. The device consists of a temperature-compensated voltage reference, a duty-cycle controllable oscillator with an active current limit circuit, an error amplifier, high-current, high-voltage output switch, a power diode and an uncommitted operational amplifier. The device can drive external npn or pnp transistors when currents in excess of 1.5 A or voltages in excess of 40 V are required. The device can be used for step-down, stepup or inverting switching regulators as well as for series pass regulators. It features wide supply voltage range, low standby power dissipation, high efficiency and low drift. It is useful for any stand-alone, low part count switching system and works extremely well in battery operated systems. • STEP-UP, STEP DOWN OR INVERTING SWITCHING REGULATORS • OUTPUT ADJUSTABLE FROM 1.3 to 40 V • PEAK CURRENTS TO 1.5 A WITHOUT EXTERNAL TRANSISTORS • OPERATION FROM 2.5 to 40 V INPUT • LOW STANDBY CURRENT DRAIN • 80 dB LINE AND LOAD REGULATION • HIGH GAIN, HIGH CURRENT, INDEPENDENT OPAMP • PULSE WIDTH MODULATION WITH NO DOUBLE PULSING Block Diagram
COMPARATOR NON-INVERTING INPUT COMPARATOR INVERTING INPUT Vee TIMING CAPACITOR

Connection Diagram 16-Pln DIP
16
OIODE CATHODE DIODE ANODE SWITCH COLLECTOR DRIVER COLLECTOR

14
SWITCH EMITTER OP AMP OUTPUT OP AMP SUPPLY Ipk SENSE

Vee
TIMING CAPACITOR

OPAMP NON- 6 INVERTING INPUT GROUND OP AMP COMPARATOR INVERTING INPUT 8 INVERTING INPUT REFERENCE COMPARATOR NONVOLTAGE ~I_ _ _ _ _.INVERTING INPUT

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ~A78S40 Ceramic DIP ~A78S40 Ceramic DIP ~A78S40 Molded DIP

Code

Part No.
~A78S40DM ~A78S40DC ~A78S40PC

68 68 98

Ipk SENSE

DRIVER COLLECTOR GROUND

SWITCH COLLECTOR

~---

9

10

___ 1___
13 BIAS

12

14

_ __ 8 _________ ,
11 15 16

I I I

I

I

I I I I

I I

U-l-!
REFERENCE VOLTAGE OP AMP INVERTING INPUT OP AMP SUPPLY OP AMP OUTPUT SWITCH DIODE DIODE EMITTER CATHODE ANODE

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J.LA78S40
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage from V+ to VInput Voltage from V+ Op Amp to VCommon Mode Input Range (Error Amplifier and Op Amp) Differential Input Voltage (Note 1) Output-Short Circuit Duration (Op Amp) Current from VREF Voltage from Switch Collectors to GND Voltage from Switch Emitters to GND Voltage from Switch Collectors to Emitter Voltage from Power Diode to GND Reverse Power Diode Voltage Current through Power Switch Current through Power Diode Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) Molded DIP Ceramic DIP Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (/LA78S40M) Commercial (/LA 78S40C) Pin Temperature Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s)
40 V 40 V -0.3 to V+ ±30 V continuous 10 mA 40 V 40 V 40 V 40 V 40 V 1.5 A 1.5 A 1500 mW 1000 mW -65°C to +150°C -55°C to 125°C O°C to 70°C 300°C 260°C The current limit modifies the ON time. The current limit is activated when a 300 mV potential appears between pin 13 (Vee) and pin 14 (I pk). This potential is intended to result when designed for peak current flows through Rse. When the peak current is reached the current limit is turned on. The current limit circuitry provides for a quick end to ON time and the immediate start of OFF time. Generally the oscillator is free running but the current limit action tends to reset the timing cycle. Increasing load results in more current limited ON time and less OFF time. The switching frequency increases with load current. VD is the forward voltage drop across the internal power diode. It is listed on the data sheet as 1.25 V typical, 1.5 V maximum. If an external diode is used, then its own forward voltage drop must be used for YD. Vs is the voltage across the switch element (output transistors 01 and 02) when the switch is closed or on. This is listed on the data sheet as output saturation voltage. Output saturation voltage 1 - defined as the switching element voltage for 02 and 01 in the Darlington configuration with collectors tied together. On the data sheet this applies to Figure 1, the step down mode. Output saturation voltage 2 - switching element voltage for just 01 used as a transistor switch. This applies to Figure 2 of the data sheet, the step-up mode. For the inverting mode, Figure 3, the saturation voltage of the external transistor should be used for VS.

Notes 1. For supply voltages less than 30 V, the absolute maximum voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 2 Ratings apply to 25·C ambient, derate ceramic DIP at 8 mW /·C and plastic DIP at 14 mW / ·C.

Functional Description The /LA78S40 is a variable frequency, variable duty cycle device. The initial switching frequency is set by the timing capacitor. The initial duty cycle is 6: 1. This switching frequency and duty cycle can be modified by two mechanisms-the current limit circuitry (lpk sense) and the comparator.
The comparator modifies the OFF time. When the output voltage is correct, the comparator output is in the HIGH state and has no effect on the circuit operation. If the output voltage is too high then the comparator output goes LOW. In the LOW state the comparator inhibits the turn on of the output stage switching transistors. As long as the comparator is LOW the system is in OFF time. As the output current rises the OFF time decreases. As the output current nears its maximum the OFF time approaches its minimum value. The comparator can inhibit several ON cycles, one ON cycle or any portion of an ON cycle. Once the ON cycle has begun the comparator cannot inhibit until the beginning of the next ON cycle.

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JLA78S40
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic General Characteristics Supply Voltage Supply Current (Op Amp Disconnected) Supply Current Op Amp Connected Reference Section Reference Voltage Reference Voltage Line Regulation Reference Voltage Load Regulation Oscillator Section Charging Current Charging Current Discharge Current Discharge Current Oscillator Voltage Swing tonltoff Current Limit Section Current Limit Sense Voltage Output Switch Section Output Saturation Voltage 1 Output Saturation Voltage 2 Output Transistor hFE Output Leakage Current Power Diode Forward Voltage Drop Diode Leakage Current Comparator Input Offset Voltage Input Bias Current Input Offset Current Common Mode Voltage Range Power Supply Rejection Ratio 10 = 1.0 A Vo
V

ICondition
VIN VIN

VIN = 5.0 V, VOp Amp otherwise specified.

= 5.0 V, TA = Operating temperature range, unless

IMin ITyp IMax IUnit
2.5 40 1.8 2.3 3.5 5.0 4.0 5.5 V mA mA mA mA

= 5.0 V = 40 V VIN = 5.0 VIN = 40 V
IREF

= 1.0 mA

0< TA < 70°C #A78S40C -55°C < TA < 125°C #A78S40M 1.180 1.245 1.310 V

VIN = 3.0 V to VIN TA = 25°C IREF

= 40 V, IREF = 1.0 mA,

0.04 0.2

0.2 0.5

mVIV mV/mA

= 1.0 mA to IREF = 10 mA, TA = 25°C
20 20 150 150

= 5.0 V, TA = 25°C VIN = 40 V. TA = 25°C VIN = 5.0 V, TA = 25°C VIN = 40 V, TA = 25°C VIN = 5 V, TA = 25°C
VIN

50 70 250 350 0.5 6.0

#A #A #A #A V #s/#s

TA

= 25°C = 1.0 A.
Figure 1

mV

ISW Isw

1.1 0.45 70 10

1.3 0.7

V V

= 1.0A, Figure 2 IC = 1.0 A, VCE = 5.0 V, TA = 25°C VOUT = 40 V. TA = 25°C = 40 V, TA = 25°C

nA

nA 1.5 35 5.0 0 70 96 15 200 75 mV nA nA

= VREF = VREF VCM = VREF TA = 25°C
VCM VCM VIN

V+ -2 V dB

= 3.0 V to 40 V. TA = 25°C

2·121
.-.':..----~--

- .---~~-.

-

... ------

#LA78S40
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Output Operational Amplifier Input Offset Voltage Input Bias Current Input Offset Current Voltage Gain + Voltage Gain Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Source Current Output Sink Current Slew Rate Output LOW Voltage Output HIGH Voltage VCM = 2.5 V VCM = 2.5 V VCM = 2.5 V RL = 2.0 k to GND; Va = 1.0 to 2.5 V, TA = 25°C RL = 2.0 k to V+ Op Amp; Va = 1.0 to 2.5 V, TA = 25°C TA = 25°C VCM = 0 to 3.0 V, TA = 25°C V+ Op Amp = 3.0 to 40 V, TA = 25°C TA = 25°C TA = 25°C TA = 25°C IL = -5.0 rnA, TA = 25°C IL = 50 rnA, TA = 25°C V+OP Amp -3.0 V 25 k 25 k 0 76 76 75 10 100 100 150 35 0.6 1.0 4.0 30 5.0 250 k 250 k 15 200 75 mV nA nA VIV VIV V+ -2 V dB dB rnA rnA
V//J.s

VIN = 5.0 V, VOp Amp = 5.0 V, TA = Operating temperature range, unless otherwise specified. Condition Min Typ Max Unit

V V

Design Formulas
Characteristic Step Down Step Up VOUT IPk Rsc 2IOUT(Max) 0.33/1pk 2 IOUT(Max) • o 331pk Inverting Unit VIN 2 IOUT(Max) • 0.331 pk

+ Vo -

Vs

+ IVOUT I + Vo
VIN - Vs

- Vs

VIN - Vs

A
[)

L

Ion

VOUT

+ Vo

VOUT

+ Vo -

VIN

IVOUTI

+ Vo

loff

VIN - Vs - VOUT VOUT

VIN - Vs VOUT

VIN - Vs IVOUTI
• toft

+ Vo
• loff Ipk • L

+ Vo Ipk

VIN

+ Vo
• toft

IPk

IPk Ipk • IVOUTI 45 X 10 510ff~S)

I'H

Ipk • L VOUT

L
1'8

10ff CT (I'F)

VOUT 45 X 10 5 10ff (I'S)

+ Vo + loff)
VOUT VOUT

+ Vo
2

- VIN

+ Vo
2
• loff

45 X 10 5 10ff(1'8) (Ipk - lOUT) 21pk • VIN - Vs -VIN
• toft

I'F

Ipk • (ton Co VIN - Vs Efficiency IIN(Avg) (Max load ConditIon) VIN

(lpk -lOUT) 21pk •

8 V"pple

+ Vo

.

+ Vo

.

Vnppl e VOUT VOUT

I'F V"pple IVOUTI VOUT

+ Vo -

Vs

--VIN

VIN - Vs

+ Vo
A
- Vs

~
2

.

VOUT

VIN - Vs

+ Vo + Vo

~
2

-Ipk 2

.

IVOUTI VIN

+ Vo

+ I VOUT I + Vo

H

2·122

J,tA78S40
Fig. 1.
V" 2' V

Typical Step-Down Performance TA = 25°C
Rse
033 !1
CT 00111F

Fig. 2.

Typical Step-Up Operational Performance TA 25°C

=

V" 10 V

Rse
033 Jl
CT

300 /JH
rYVY"o

Vee
rElIAS -

~
---

-~-- - - - -

~'~
I
I I I I I I I I I I
I I
lal~Vee

- --

_ E __ ~8~!
I~:-R---'I
I""
r--~"'(V02

__

C-1
I I

I I I I

I I

I
I I I
I

I I
I I

:
1

+----t:

I
I I I I
I

01

I
I

I

6
CT I"

t-r-

....._ _C ... V01

,.....

I I
I I I

OSCILLATOR

I
jJ.A78S40

01

I I I I I I I
~
Your
10 V

r--r--;I~~

r--......

I~o/ I

,..A78S40

..--t---I~

I I
011

I

I

~ iA I ~ ~E:R~N:~ ~AMP _ _ ___ ~_J
1.3 V -OP
YOUT

L 300 /lH R2 12k
R1 85k R1

2' V
R2 12 k 230 k

I'OO
Typical Value
10 V 1.5 rnV 3.0 rnV 500 rnA 50 rnV 74% 2.8 rnA

CO

_F

Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation

Condition

Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation

Condition

Typical Value

lOUT = 200 rnA 20 :5 VIN :5 30 V 5 rnA:5 lOUT lOUT :5 300 rnA Max Output Current VOUT = 9.5 V Output Ripple lOUT = 200 rnA Efficiency lOUT = 200 rnA Standby Current lOUT = 200 rnA

25 V lOUT = 50 rnA 5 V :5 VIN :5 15 V 4.0 rnV 5 rnA :5 lOUT 2.0 rnV lOUT :5 100 rnA 160 rnA Max Output Current VOUT 23.75 V 30 rnV Output Ripple lOUT = 50 rnA 79% Efficiency lOUT = 50 rnA 2.6 rnA Standby Current lOUT = 50 rnA

=

Noles 1 For lOUT 2: 200 mA use external diode to limit on chip power dissipation 2 It'is recommended that the internal reference (pin 8) be bypassed by a 0.1 /IF capacitor directly to (pin 11) the ground point of the /lA78S40.

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J,LA78S40
Fig. 3. Typical Inversion Operational Performance
TA

= 25°C

Typical Performance Curves

300 MH

V'N 12 V

R"c
033 !l

CT as a Function of toff
47 0 VIN = 5 V TA "'- 25"C

[7

Vee
IeIAS --

_ll __

47

---I
I I I
I I
7

I

I
I I I I

/

i/
10

/

V

I
I
I

I I

047

100
toll - /-'-5

1000

I
I I

VREF as a Function of TJ
1220 121

121 6
VOUT

• \\

VIN

=

5V

121 4 1212 121 0 120

\

112k 25k

-15 V

--25 0 25
TJ _.

-50 75 100 125

Co l200 pF

1206
1204 1202

Characteristic
Output Voltage Line Regulation Load Regulation

Condition

Typical Value

1200

-50

'c

-15 V lOUT = 100 rnA 8 V :5 VIN :5 18 V 5.0 rnV 5 rnA:5 lOUT 3.0 rnV lOUT :5 150 rnA Max Output Current VOUT = 14.25 V 160 rnA Output Ripple lOUT = 100 rnA 20 rnV Efficiency lOUT 100 rnA 70% Standby Current lOUT = 100 rnA 2.3 rnA

=

Idlscharge as a Function of VIN
250
TA
=

25°C

/
./

V
20 0

1/

V-

150

o

10

20

30

40

50

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JLA78S40
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

VS ense as a Function of VIN
400

TA '" 25°C

350

f~ 300

-20

I-- I--

>

~

250

200

o

10

30

40

50

Typical Pulse Width Modulator Application
2N605-,1'--_ _ _ _ _ _-t--I100 ~H FREQ.20 KHz 30Vln

1800

+
I100~F

1.6 K

.004

~F

-=-

I
r--I I I I I I I I I I
9

MBR4030
SHOTIKY

10

13

12

, ,
I , ,

I I L ___

22 K

~~~Ar~~--~------------------------~----------~-5V
.01
~F

5A

8.2 K

11~F

.02

~F

-=-

JOK

-=~F

.005

2·125

F=AIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

JlA494 Pulse Width Modulated Control Circuit
Linear Products

Description The ~A494 is a monolithic integrated circuit which includes all the necessary building blocks for the design of pulse width modulated (PWM) switching power supplies, including push-pull, bridge and series configurations. The device can operate at switching frequencies between 1.0 kHz and 300 kHz and output voltages up to 40 V. The ~A494C is specified over an operating temperature range of QOC to 7QoC and the ~A494M is specified over an operating temperature range of -55°C to 125°C. • UNCOMMITTED OUTPUT TRANSISTORS CAPABLE OF 200 mA SOURCE OR SINK • ON-CHIP ERROR AMPLIFIERS • ON-CHIP 5 V REFERENCE • INTERNAL PROTECTION FROM DOUBLE PULSING OF OUTPUTS WITH NARROW PULSE WIDTHS OR WITH SUPPLY VOLTAGES BELOW SPECIFIED LIMITS • DEAD TIME CONTROL COMPARATOR • OUTPUT CONTROL SELECTS SINGLE-ENDED OR PUSH-PULL OPERATION • EASILY SYNCHRONIZED (SLAVED) TO OTHER CIRCUITS

Connection Diagram 1S-Pln DIP
NON-INV INPUT INV INPUT COMPEN/ 3 t----I PWM COMP INPUT DEAD 4 TIME ................. ""'CONTROL 5 CT NON-INV INPUT INV INPUT VREF OUTPUT CONTROL Vee

C2
GROUND E2

C1

E1

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /J-A494C Ceramic DIP /J-A494C Molded DIP /J-A494M Ceramic DIP

Code 6A 9A 6A

Part No_ /J-A494DC
~A494PC

/J-A494DM

Equivalent Circuit
PULSE STEERING FLIP FLOP OUTPUT CONTROL

RT~6~________~--------'
Cr _ _ _

-----1

OSCILLATOR

5
C2

12

16
ERROR AMP 2 ERROR 15 AMP

"~,,

Vee

14

VREF

7 Gnd

3
COMPENSATION/ PWM COMPARATOR INPUT

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~A494
Absolute Maximum Ratings Power Supply Voltage (Vcc) Voltage From Any Pin to Ground (except pin 8 and pin 11) Output Collector Voltage (VC1, VC2) Peak Collector Current (IC 1 and IC2) Internal Power Dissipation (Note) Molded DIP Ceramic DIP Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Pin Temperature Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) IlA494C 42 V VCC + 0.3 V 42 V 250 mA 1500 mW 1000 mW -65°C to + 150°C O°C to 70°C 3OO·C 260·C

Functional Description The basic oscillator (switching) frequency is controlled by an external resistor (Rr) and capacitor (Cr). The relationship between the values of Rr Cr and frequency is shown in Figure 10. The level of the sawtooth wave form is compared with an error voltage by the pulse width modulated comparator. The output of the PWM Comparator directs the pulse steering flip flop and the output control logic. The error voltage is generated by the error amplifier. The error amplifier boosts the voltage difference between the output and the 5 V internal reference. See Figure 7 for error amp sensing techniques. The second error amp is typically used to implement current limiting. The output control logic (pin 13) selects either pushpull or single-ended operation of the output transistors (see Figure 6). Recommended Operating Conditions

The dead time control prevents on-state overlap of the output transistors as can be seen in Figure 5. The dead time is approximately 3 to 5% of the total period if the dead time control (pin 4) is grounded. This dead time can be increased by connecting the dead time control to a voltage up to 5 V. The frequency response of the error amps (Figure 11) can be modified by using external resistors and capacitors. These components are typically connected between the compensation terminal (pin 3) and the inverting input of the error amps (pin 2 or pin 15). The switching frequency of two or more IlA494 circuits can be synchronized. The timing Capacitor, Cr is connected as shown in Figure 8. Charging current is provided by the master circuit. Discharging is through all the circuits slaved to the master. Rr is required only for the master circuit.

IlA494C Symbol VCC VIN VC1, VC2 IC1,IC2 CT RT foac TA Characteristic Power Supply Voltage Voltage on Any Pin Except Pins 8 and 11 (Referenced to Ground) Output Voltage Output Collector Current Timing Capacitor Timing Resistor Oscillator Frequency Operating Ambient Temperature Range Min 7.0 -0.3 -0.3 470 1.8 1.0 0 10 500 300 +70 Max 40 VCC +0.3 40 200 Unit V V V mA pF IlF kU kHz °C

Note
Ratings apply at 25°C, above 25°C ambient derate Hermetic DIP at 8 mW/oC and Plastic DIP at 14 mW/oC

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~A494
~A494C

Electrical Characterl8tlc8 Recommended Operating Conditions per above except Vee = 15 V, f08c = 10 kHz, TA = 0 to 70·C unless otherwise specified.

Symbol

Characteri8tic

Condition

Unit

Reference Section VREF Regline TCVREF Regload Reference Voltage Line Regulation of Reference Voltage IREF

= 1.0 mA

4.75

5.0 2.0 0.01 1.0

5.25 25 0.03 15

V mV
%I·C

7.0 V < Vee < 40 V

Temperature Coefficient of O°C < TA < 70°C Reference Voltage Load Regulation of Reference Voltage 1 <IREF < 10 mA

mV

Oscillator Section f08c Oscillator Frequency (Figure 10) Oscillator Frequency Change Over Operating Temperature Range O°C < TA < + 70·C CT = 0.01 ~F, RT

= 12 kD

10

kHz

~fosc

CT

= 0.01 ~F, RT = 12 kD = 15 V, 0 V < V4 < 5.25 V = = 0 V, = VREF
-2.0 45 3.0 0

2

%

Dead-Time Control Section IIB(OT) DC(max) VTH(in) Input Bias Current (Pin 4) Maximum Duty Cycle, Each Output Input Threshold Voltage Zero Duty Cycle Maximum Duty Cycle Vee -10
~A

Vee 15 V, Pin 4 Output Control Pin

%

V 3.3

Error Amplifier Sections VIO(EA)
110

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Common Mode Voltage Range Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Unity Gain Bandwidth

liB VieR AVOL fc

= 2.5V Va = 2.5 V Va = 2.5 V
Va 7 V < Vee < 40V 0.5 V < Va < 3.5 V -0.3 60

2.0 25 0.2

10 250 1.0 vee

mV nA
~A

V dB kHz

74 650

PWM Comparator Section (Pin 3) Figure 9 VTHI
1010+

Inhibit Threshold Voltage Output Source Current (Note)

Zero Duty Cycle -0.2 2.0

4.0 -0.6

4.5

V mA mA

Output Sink Current (Note) 0.5 V < Va < 3.5 V 0.5 V < Va < 3.5 V

Note
These limits apply when the voltage measured at Pin 3 is within the range specified. 2-128

J.LA494
JlA494C Electrical Characteristics Recommended Operating Conditions per above except Vcc = 15 V, fose = 10 kHz, TA = 0 to 70°C unless otherwise specified. (Cont.)

Symbol

Characteristic

Condition

Unit

Output Section Output Saturation Voltage Common-Emitter Configuration, Figure 3 Emitter-Follower Configuration, Figure 4 Emitter Off-State Current

VCE(sat)

VE Vc

= 0 V, IC = 200 rnA = 15 V, IE = 200 rnA

1.1 1.5 2.0

1.3 2.5 100 -100

V

IC(off) IE(off)

Collector Off-State Current VCC VCC

= 40 V, VCE = 40 V
= Vc = 40 V,
VE

JlA JlA

=0

Output Control (Pin 13) Figure 6 VOCL Output Control (pin 13) Voltage Required for Single-Ended or Parallel Output Operation Output Control (pin 13) Voltage Required for Push-Pull Operation Standby Power Supply Current Use Recommended Operating Conditions with TA = 25 ° C 2.4 0.4 V

VOCH

V

Total Device ICC rnA

Output ac Characteristics

tr

Rise Time of Output Voltage Common-Emitter Configuration, Figure 3 Emitter-Follower Configuration, Figure 4 Fall Time of Output Voltage Common-Emitter Configuration, Figure 3 Emitter-Follower Configuration, Figure 4

100 100

200 200

ns ns

tf

25 40

100 100

ns ns

Test Circuits Fig. 1 Error Amplifier Test Circuit Fig. 2 Current Limit Sense Amplifier Test Circuit

V3

V3

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JLA494
Test Circuits (Cont.) Fig. 3 Common-Emitter Configuration Test Circuit and Waveform
15Vdc

Fig.5

Dead-Time and Feedback Control Test Circuit
Vee = 15V

68!!

C

Vc
4 TEST DEADTIME

1500 2W

Each

Output
Transistor

.....-+...........

OUTPUT'

15pF

INPUTS

12k!!

I-c:-+-- OUTPUT 2

Fig. 4

Emitter-Follower Configuration Test Circuit and Waveform
15Vdc

Each

Output
Transistor

6811

I'5

P

F

lr----.J - -

90%

Gnd

Voltage Waveforms
VOLTAGE
ATCl

Vee
VOLTAGE

ATC2

VOLTAGE

ATCT

DEAD TIME

CONTROL
INPUT

(PIN 0)

FEEDBACK INPUT (PIN 3)

2-130

~A494
Typical Applications Fig. 6 Output Connections for Single-Ended and Push-Pull Configurations Fig. 9
Vee
VREF

Error Amplifier and Current limit Sense Amplifier Output Circuits

-----t----------,

----+--"""1----,

( no 500 mA (MAX)
O.-,:Voc~

4V
SINGLE·ENOED CONFIGURATION

TO REMAINDER OFEAAOA
AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT

TO REMAINDER QFERROR

AMPLIFIER
CIRCUIT

~50mA(MAX)
OUTPUT CONTROL
11
C2

TO COMPENSATION I PWM +-_____ COMPARATOR INPUT (PIN 3)

Q2 10
E2

~50mA(MAX)

OBmA '"'

PUSH·PULL CONFIGURATION

Fig. 7

Error Amplifier Sensing Techniques
Vo TQOUTPUT
VOLTAGE OF SYSTEM

Fig. 10 Oscillator Frequency vs Timing Resistance
100 k 40 k
k k

.......

TA

Vee -15V DOC to 70"C

AI

""lq,J,+ " 4,.
OO'4~_

-

VREF

_-1----1
R2 POSITIVE OUTPUT VOLTAGE

k

q,4,.
C,

"'"
400k 1M

Vo = VREF (1

+

:~)

0 0 0
1k

~
40k lOOk

VREF

4k

10 k

RT -TIMING RESISTANCE- ! 1

R2

Fig. 11
Rl NEGATIVE OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Vo = -VREF

Amplifier Voltage Gain vs Frequency
100

90
TO OUTPUT

80

:!
VREF

Vo

VOLTAGE OF SYSTEM

!g I 60

70

Fig. 8

Slaving Two or More Control Circuits
14

~
~

..
c 30

'"

f~~=;~~-

Vee = 15V

\.

~40

\.
I\.

20

,-----"-1 RT
MASTER

I.

I\.
1k

100

I. k

lOOk

.--p---ICT

,.

f - Frequency - Hz

RT

SLAVE
(ADDITIONAL

CIACUITS)

2-131

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A Schlumberger Company

,

,

Volta_Regulators .' ,
Hybrid Voltage Regulators

Operatio"aJ Amplifiers Comparators .'

,Data Ac;quisitlon

TeleCommunications

Hi Rft Processing
Packa_ Outlhles

I

Falrcl1i1d\s:.,esOfflces '. '

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A Schlumberger Company

J-lA 7 8HOS • J-lA 7 8HOSA S-Volt S-Amp Voltage Regulators
Hybrid Products Connection Diagram TO-3 Metal Package

Description The J-LA78H05 and J-LA78H05A are hybrid regulators with 5.0 V fixed outputs and 5.0 A output capabilities. They have the inherent characteristics of the monolithic 3-terminal regulators, i.e., full thermal overload, short-circuit and safe-area protection. All devices are packaged in hermetically sealed TO-3s providing 50 W power dissipation. If the safe operating area is exceeded, the device shuts down rather than failing or damaging other system components (Note 1). This feature eliminates costly output circuitry and overly conservative heat sinks typical of highcurrent regulators built from discrete components. • • • • • • • 5.0 A OUTPUT CURRENT INTERNAL CURRENT AND THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE (TYPICALLY 2_3 V @ 5_0 A) 50 W POWER DISSIPATION STEEL TO-3 PACKAGE ALL PIN-FOR-PIN COMPATIBLE WITH THE SH323

(Top View)

Note 1. These voltage regulators offer output transistor safe·area protection. However, to maintain full protection, the devices must be operated within the maximum Input·to·output voltage differential ratings, as listed on this data sheet under" Absolute MaXimum Ratings." For applications Violating these limits, deVices Will not be fully protected

Order Information Type Package J-LA7805 Metal J-LA7805A Metal J-LA7805 Metal J-LA7805A Metal

Code
GN GN GN GN

Part No_ J-LA78H05SC J-LA78H05ASC J-LA78H05SM J-LA78H05ASM

Block Diagram

I

I

V,N R

I
START CIRCUIT

CURRENT SOURCE

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

e-r.:L
-

I

THERMAL SHUTDOWN

"- "-

~

1

~
Rsc

I

r-..
2
VOUT

SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION

1

3
COMMON

3·3

~A78H05
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Input-to-Output Voltage Differential, Output Short Circuited Internal Power DisSipation Operating Junction Temperature Military Temperature Range f.tA7 8H05SM f.tA78H05ASM f.tA78H05 • f.tA78H05A Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOUT LlVOUT LlVOUT
10

• ~A78H05A

40 V

35 V 50 W @ 25°C Case 150°C -55°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C

Commercial Temperature Range IlA78H05SC f.tA78H05ASC Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

O°C to +150°C O°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C 300°C

TJ

= 25°C,

VIN

= 10 V,

lOUT

= 2.0 A unless otherwise specified.
Limits Min 4.85 Typ 5.0 10 10 10 3.0 60 40 2.3 2.0 2.3 2.0 7.0 2.5 2.3 12.0 Max 5.25 50 50 50 10 Unit V mV mV mV rnA dB f.tVRMS V V V V Apk

Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation (Note 2) Load Regulation (Note 2) Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise

Condition lOUT VIN VIN

= 2.0 A = 8.5 to 25 V (f.tA78H05) = 7.5 to 25 V (f.tA78H05A)

10 rnA :::::: lOUT:::::: 5.0 A

RR Vn

=0 lOUT = 1.0 A, f = 120 Hz, 5.0 Vpk-pk
lOUT 10Hz :::::: f :::::: 100 kHz f.tA78H05 lOUT

Voo

Dropout Voltage (Note 3) f.tA78H05A

= 5.0 A lOUT = 3.0 A lOUT = 5.0 A
lOUT = 3.0 A

los

Short-Circuit Current Limit

Notes 2 Load and line regulatIOn are specified at constant Junction temperature. Pulse testing IS required with a pulse width oS 1 ms and a duty cycle of oS 5% Full Kelvin connectIOn methods must be used to measure these parameters.

3 Dropout Voltage IS the Input-output voltage differential that caUses the output voltage to decrease by 5% of its Initial value.

Typical Performance Curves

Output Impedance
100
IOUT=lA

Output Noise Voltage
1.0
V1N =10V

Maximum Power Dissipation
60
VIN -lOV CL = 0

50

r- .
cL = 0
"""'\

05

""'i'-

50
~

20

~ l>
I

~

10

50

V )t--..
/

~

0.1

1
1M

g

~

5 k 10 k

~ ~ is
~

Z

40

1\

30

'\

a: w

0 05 .

20

'\

~
10

20

CL
10 1
10 100 1k

110

Cl -Ol;J.Fj
p.F JANT
0.01

1\

o
10

1,\
150

10 k

100 k

50 100

500

1k

-25

0

25

50

75

100

125

LOAD FREQUENCY - Hz

FREQUENCY - Hz

CASE TEMPERATURE _·C

3-4

,uA78H05 • ,uA78H05A
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Short Circuit Current

,.

Quiescent Current
5

Dropout Voltage

r-..

T J "'75OC,,",

"""-

...........T, = 2SOC

.........

(

-,.
'5
rt1our=SA

TJ=-lc X

~J=''''c
" T J = 25"C

~

>

Your

=

5V

,

1aur=5A

I

Iourl = 3 Af---

IouT=2A

pr-

-

...........

••

.,.

"
2•

"
35

,

3D

••

/

I
~

25

25

00

75

100

125

150

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

INPUT VOLTAGE _ V

JUNcnON TEMPERATURE _ "C

Line Regulation

Line Transient Response

Ripple Rejection
,~

:e
>

100

, 00

i-~
5 §
-40

~-10~---+-H--+----i-----r---1

'our=5A

i
>

I v

VIN = 10 Y CL 01 p.F

=

" -00

I-----+-ff--+----+----+----I

1-,00

~ -30I----+-IIf---+---I----+---I g
YOUT, ~

, • i

" "
20 40 80 80 100

'DO
'll
0

z

,
80

~
IOUT

I

YIN = lOY CL = O.1,.,.F

III

1=

;J a: 80

l

3A

5V

-00.~----~~~'.~--~'5~---~L----J25
INPUT VOLTAGE _ V

i

5 ,• •
o
PULSE WIDTH nME _ ,.,.1

II!

~

IQUTlsA
40

~

, ,.

I
100 1k

10k

"V "lOOk

I\.

~
'M

INPUT FREQUENCY - Hz

Load Regulation

Load Transient Response
~

Output Voltage Deviation vs Junction Temperature

>

'l: ~ '-""""""-'-''''-'''''''''''''-''''-v"',.-=-,'''.-v'' 100 I--+-+-If---+-+-+--"~l =O.l,.,.F ill
l!I
I!
~

~-,.~---t~~~--~-----r----1

;-2.~---t----+---~~~~~__1
~-30

~ I-+-+-;,/f-i-t--+--+--+-I--t "-'00 5
5-~~-+~~+-~-+~~

"

w

.
o
o 20 40 eo 80 100

~

-00

r-l. . . . .;f--t~~;$:~' ~UT:.:.= =SA r-;::
C

2A

g-'00 1---+--+--1--+--+--+--+--1

§-40
-00 '--_-'-_--...J'--_-'--_---'_ _..J

5

1-,00 1---+--+--1--+--+--+--+--1

OUTPUT CURRENT _ A

PULSE WIDTH nilE _ ILl

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ ·C

3-5

J,LA78H05 • J,LA78H05A
Test Circuit Fixed Output Voltage
1
2
VOUT

I'A78H05 I'A78H05A

SOLID

+

TANTALUM

C1N
11'F

3

+ ...... CL
0.1

.1
Design Considerations These devices have thermal-overload protection from excessive power and internal short-circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current. Thus, the devices are protected from overload abnormalities. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C). It is recommended by the manufacturer that the maximum junction" temperature be kept as low as possible for increased reliability. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used:
Package TO-3

COMMON

The devices are designed to operate without external compensation components. However, the amount of external filtering of these voltage regulators depends upon the circuit layout. If in a specific application the regulator is more than four inches from the filter capacitor, a 1 /LF solid tantalum capacitor should be used at the input. A 0.1 /LF capacitor should be used at the output to reduce transients created by fast switching loads, as seen in the basic test circuit. These filter capacitors must be located as close to the regulator as possible.

Typ
OJC 1.8 TJ(max) - TA OJC + OCA

Max
OJC

Caution: Permanent damage can result from forcing the output voltage higher than the input voltage. A protection diode from output to input should be used if this condition exists.

2.5

PO(max) = OCA

= OCS + OSA

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + Po (OJC Where: TJ TA Po OJC OCA OCS OSA

+ OCA)

= Junction Temperature = Ambient Temperature = Power Dissipation = Junction-to-case thermal resistance = Case-to-ambient thermal resistance = Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance = Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance

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A Schlumberger Company

JlA78P05 5-Volt 10-Amp Voltage Regulator
Hybrid Products

Description The /lA78P05 3-terminal positive 5 V regulator, consisting of a monolithic control chip driving a seriespass transistor, is capable of delivering 10 A. This hybrid device is virtually blow-out proof and contains all the protection features inherent in monolithic regulators such as internal short-circuit current limiting, thermal overload and safe-area protection. If the safe-operating area is exceeded, the device shuts down rather than failing or damaging other system components (Note 1). This feature eliminates costly output circuitry and overly conservative heat sinks typical of high-current regulators built with discrete components. The /lA78P05 is packaged in a hermetically sealed TO-3 providing 70 W power dissipation.
• 10 A OUTPUT CURRENT • INTERNAL THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION • INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMIT • LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE (TYPICALLY 2_3 V@ 10 A) • 70 W POWER DISSIPATION • PIN-FOR-PIN COMPATIBLE WITH THE /lA78H05, /lA78H05A AND SH323 • STEEL TO-3 PACKAGE
Note 1 This voltage regulator offers output transistor safe-area protection However, to maintain full protecllon, the device must be operated within the maximum Input·to-output voltage differential ratings as listed on this data sheet under "Absolute Maximum Ratings." For applications violating these limits, device will not be fully protected.

Connection Diagram To-3 Metal Package


(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /lA78P05 Metal /lA78P05 Metal

Code 6N 6N

Part No. /lA78P05SC /lA78P05SM

Block Diagram

T

T

VIN

I
START CIRCUIT

CURRENT SOURCE

I

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

-~
r--

I

THERMAL SHUTDOWN

R

1',

....

7

1

L

~
Rsc

1

........
2
VOUT

SHORT. CIRCUIT PROTECTION

IJ

3
COMMON

3-7

~A78P05
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Input-to-Output Voltage Differential, Output ShortCircuited Internal Power Dissipation Operating Junction Temperature

40 V

35 V 70 W @ 25°C Case 150°C

Military Temperature Range ,uA78P05SM Commercial Temperature Range ,uA78P05SC Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

-55°C to +150°C O°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C 300°C

,uA78P05 Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOUT
~VOUT
~VOUT

TJ

= 25°C, VIN = 10 V, lOUT = 2.0 A unless otherwise specified
Limits Condition lOUT VIN Min 4.85 5A Typ 5.0 10 25 50 3.4 60 40 2.0 2.5 14 2.3 3.0 Max 5.25 50 40 75 10 Unit V mV mV mV mA dB ,uVRMS V V Apk

Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation (Note 2) Load Regulation (Note 2) Load Regulation (Note 2) Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Dropout Voltage (Note 3) Short-Circuit Current Limit

= 2.0 A = 8 to 25 V
:s:: :s::
lOUT

10 mA 10 mA lOUT

:s::

~VOUT

10UT:S:: 10 A

la RR Vn VOO los

=0 lOUT = 1.0 A, f = 120 Hz, 5.0 Vpk-pk
10Hz lOUT

:s:: f :s::

100 kHz

= 5.0 A lOUT = 10 A

Notes 2. Load and hne regulation are specified at constant junction temperature. Pulse testing is required with a pulse width ~ 1 ms and a duty cycle ~ 5%. Full Kelvin connection methods must be used to measure these parameters.

3. Dropout Voltage is the input-output voltage differential that causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of its initial value.

Typical Performance Curves

Output Noise Voltage
10

Output Impedance
C,

Maximum Power Dissipation
70
lOUT"" 1 A YIN"" 10V

f'-r-

v"

10 V 0

100
50

05

60
50

\
I\.

--c--- f---

-'-

20

01

--

r

:

I'--.

C,"O ""\

40 30 20
10

\

I
5 k 10 k

10

,'\
[\
I\.

005

5.0

-t
001

) ......... 1/ l1'
CL

20

i
10
50 100

1

Cl =01/J.F/
10 iJ.F JANT

10

o
1
10 100 1k 10 k LOAD FREQUENCY _ Hz 100 k 1M

\
0 25 50 75 100
0

soo

1k

-25

125

150

FREOUENCY - Hz

CASE TEMPERATURE _

c

3-8

~A78P05
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Short Circuit Current
18

Quiescent Current

Dropout Voltage

c

. ,.
ill
::>
0

...I ...
0

::> 0

~
~

12

-810

.
"'T, T,

E

.
3
~

TJ;

J,o c "- ~
~"250C
TJ
=

1

.....

loLllOUT - 5 A

25°C

~

75°C

r-2 1

(
I

25° C

-~
25 50 75

lOUT - 2 A

"-1

. ." ili
::>

10

<;
0

•o

0
20
V

)
10 15
V

30

35

20

25

100

125

150

INPUT VOLTAGE -

INPUT VOLTAGE -

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -

°C

Line Regulation
lOUT 02 A

Line Transient Response

Ripple Rejection
120
V 1N =10V

:e
>
Z

r-"'T'"--r-,...--.---r-,...-.,.....,.....,---, ~ 100 1-+-+_IlJ~1,_ou_,+'_'_0I-A-+~I~ == 01~ ~F
200

E I ·20

IOUT lo. 5 A -

-

o
c

~
w

~ -40

~
::>

r

lOUT - 10 A

~ -60

~ ...

20
25

5
5
::>

~

!I

100

I

CL = 01/-lF

-100

1-+-+--,p1o"\';",,-=-'lS-"A+-+_l'+---t_l 'i-

!li
0

~ -200
> l

1--+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+__+_1

z

80

~
lOUT

o

201--+-+-r-~-+-r-+-+__+_I

5 a: 60
ii:

t;

~ -80

o
-100

. .,
~

151-+-+-t-+-t-1--~-I-__t_l

~
~

10~~-+-+-+-+-1--+_~__+_I

~
40 20 1 10
100

,d'A ~
I
1k 10 k

lSA ~ ~

l"-V
100 k

o

10

15

o

20

40

60

80 100

1M

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

PULSE WIDTH TIME -/,5

INPUT FREQUENCY -

Hz

Load Regulation
>
Z

Load Transient Response
TJ I -2S"C

Output Voltage Deviation vs Junction Temperature
50
10 V

.......... ""'-100

E I -50

TJ~ ~
T,

> E I

04
YIN
=

. . "
;::
0

0

1~

."
z
:r

w

02

CL = 0 1 IlF

...
::> 0

u -02

I/"

"-

'E

~
w

~
I

-04

~

-150

.
VIN

0

... -200 ~ ::>
-250

~

1- 10 V
10

... ~ ... ::>
0

0

" .:r
Z

w

12

. ."
;::
0

0

z

I

~
w

-50

... ::> e: -150 ::>
0

~ -100 0 >

- -lOUT - 2 A

YIN = 10 V

.....

IO~' - Jo A t--

o
OUTPUT CURRENT A

o

20

40

60

80 100

-200 -50

-25

25

50

75

100
Q

125 C

150

PULSE WIDTH TIME -1-'5

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -

3-9

J,LA78P05
Basic Test Circuit
2
VIN

"A78P05

VOUT

SOLID TANTALUM

+
C IN 11'F

+
3
CL 0.1 jLF

COMMON

-=Design Considerations This device has thermal-overload protection from excessive power and internal short-circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current. Thus, the devices are protected from overload abnormalities. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C). It is recommended by the manufacturer that the maximum junction temperature be kept as low as possible for increased reliability. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used:

The /LA78P05 is designed to operate without external compensation components. However, the amount of external filtering of this voltage regulator depends upon the circuit layout. If in a specific application the regulator is more than four inches from the filter capacitor, a 1 /LF solid tantalum capacitor should be used at the input. A 0.1 /LF capacitor should be used at the output to reduce transients created by fast switching loads, as seen in the basic test circuit. These filter capacitors must be located as close to the regulator as possible.

Package

Typ
8JC

Max
8JC

Caution: Permanent damage can result from forcing the output voltage higher than the input voltage. A protection diode from output to input should be used if this condition exists.

TO-3

1.5
TJ(max) - TA 8JC + 8CA

1.8

Po (max)
8CA

=

= 8cS

+ 8SA
+ 8CA)

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + Po (8JC Where:
TJ

= Junction Temperature

TA Po
8JC 8CA 8cs

= Ambient Temperature

= = = =

8SA

=

Power Dissipation Junction-to-case thermal resistance Case-to-ambient thermal resistance Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance Heat sink-Io-ambient thermal resistance

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f.lA78H12A 5-Amp Voltage Regulator
Hybrid Products Connection Diagram TO-3 Metal Package

Description The J,LA78H12A is a hybrid regulator with 12.0 V fixed output and 5.0 A output capability. It has the inherent characteristics of the monolithic 3-terminal regulators; i.e., full thermal overload, short-circuit and safe-area protection. All devices are packaged in hermetically sealed TO-3s providing 50 W power dissipation. If the safe operating area is exceeded, the device shuts down, rather than failing or damaging other system components (Note 1). This feature eliminates costly output circuitry and overly conservative heat sinks typical of high-current regulators built from discrete components. • • • • • • 5.0 A OUTPUT CURRENT INTERNAL CURRENT AND THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE (TYPICALLY 2.3 V @ 5.0 A) 50 W POWER DISSIPATION STEEL TO-3 PACKAGE


COMMON
OtlTPUT 2

a

(Top View)

Note 1. ThIs voltage regulator offers output transIstor safe· area protecllon However. to maintain full protecllon. the devIce must be operated wIthin the maximum input·to·output voltage differentIal ratings, as listed on thIs data sheet under "Absolute MaxImum Ratings." For applicatIons violatIng these limits, devIce WIll not be fully protected.

Order Information Type Package J,LA78H12A Metal J,LA78H12A Metal

Code
GN GN

Part No. J,LA78H12ASC J,LA78H12ASM

Block Diagram

I

T

V,N R

I
START CIRCUIT

CURRENT SOURCE

I

I

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

-:::L /'"
r3·11

THERMAL SHUTDOWN

......

......

1
1
SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION

V

K
Rsc 2 VOUT

r-....

IJ

3

COMMON

~A78H12A
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Input-to-Output Voltage Differential, Output ShortCircuited Internal Power Dissipation Operating Junction Temperature Military Temperature Range
~A78H12ASM

40 V 35 V 50 W @ 25°C Case

Commercial Temperature Range
~A78H12ASC

Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

O°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C

~A7812A

Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOUT AVOUT AVOUT
10

TJ = 25°C, VIN = 19 V, lOUT = 2.0 A unless otherwise specified Limits Condition lOUT = 2.0 A VIN = 16 to 25 V 10 mA
~

Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation (Note 2) Load Regulation (Note 2) Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Dropout Voltage (Note 3) Short-Circuit Current Limit

Min 11.5
~

Typ 12 20 20 3.7 75 2.3 2.0 7.0

Max 12.5 120 120 10

Unit V mV mV mA dB VRMS

lOUT

5.0 A

lOUT = 0, VIN = 17 V lOUT = 1.0 A, f = 120 Hz, 5.0 Vpk-pk 60 10 Hz
~

RR Vn Voo lOS

f

~

100 kHz, VIN = 17V

lOUT = 5.0 A lOUT = 3.0 A

2.5 2.3 12.0

V V Apk

Notes 2. Load and line regulation are specified at constant Junction temperature. Pulse testing is required with a pulse width oS 1 ms and a duty cycle oS 5%. Full Kelvin connection methods must be used to measure these parameters.

3. Dropout Voltage ,s the IOpuHo·output voltage d,fferent,al that causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of ,ts IO,t,al value.

Typical Performance Curves

Output Impedance
100

Output Noise Voltage
1.0

Maximum Power Dissipation
60
VIN = 19V CL = 0

IOUT=1A YIN = lilY
50

0.'

'I"-

50

C L :=: 0 __

t ..
I

~

,
0.1

~

)
/
1.0 . / CL
CL

.........

g
~

r0

III 0.05

i

J1' =0.1.F/
lOOk 1M

0 0 _25

10 p.F rANT.
0.01

1.0
1
10 100 1k 10k

10

50 100

500

1k

5 k 10 k

0

25

50

""""[\1,\
75 100 125

150

LOAD FREQUENCY - Hz

FREQUENCY - Hz

CASE TEMPERATURE - ·C

3-12

j.tA78H12A
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Short Circuit Current
12

Quiescent Current
5

Dropout Voltage
>

. ... .ffi..
I

,

.

TJ •
4

J...c " ~
~J.m.c
TJ :: 25°C

,

:;

...
0

u

:>

3

.u " ili
•1.

~

" t---t:;:;
to-....
TJ
20

If
/

.-

....

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2

~
4.
Y

1

30

./

10

15

..

25

I I
"

I

~

1

'OUT-SA
IOUT

T - 3 A r--

IOUT-2A

F-"

-~

25

50

75

100

125

150

INPUT VOLTAGE -

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

Line Regulation
lOUT
=

Line Transient Response

Ripple Rejection
120

::e

2A

rr1==:±==:1
lour=5A

~ 100
, 50

, -1·~---+----+--444~~-r----1

w

~

U

~ -so•
~-100

I"

h lour=5A II

VIN = 10V CL = O.lIJ.F

l!i
i!!

~ >-a~---+----4-~~~---+--~

!:;

lL

100

!g
0

,
so

z

~

IOUT~lA

1

VIN = ltV CL = O.llJ.f

l'j

13
-30

i3
20

1-.. ~+----+--++-+----+-----I
-M.L----~--~1.--~-,L5----~~---J~
INPUT VOLTAGE - V

g

~---+----+--444----+----1

>
,

.!i1 • i •
Q
1

w

~ so ~
~

.

'd3A G
IOUTLSA
1

..
2.

o

20

40

60

80 100

1.

100

1 "
1k 10 k

l"-V
100 k

~
1M

PULSE WIDTH nMe - itS

INPUT FREQUENCY - Hz

Load Regulation

Load Transient Response

Output Voltage Deviation vs Junction Temperature
VIN - 19V

,.200
, 100

i
.

w

I\,
I

VIN - 19V C L = 01IJ.F

0_100

!:;

~ -200

P".

,

'OUT-2A

T-SA

...;;;;::

o
OUTPUT CURRENT - A

20

40

eo

80 100

-200 -so

-25

25

50

75

100

125

150

PULSE WIDTH TIME - /oiA

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

3·13

JLA78H12A
Basic Test Circuit
1 MA78H12A 2

VOUT

SOLID TANTALUM

+
CIN 1 /LF

3

.1
Design Considerations
This device has thermal-overload protection from excessive power and internal short-circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current. Thus, the device is protected from overload abnormalities. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C). It is recommended by the manufacturer that the maximum junction temperature be kept as low as possible for increased reliability. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used:

r
+

0.1 IJ-F

COMMON

The devices are designed to operate without external compensation components. However, the amount of external filtering of these voltage regulators depends upon the circuit layout. If in a specific application the regulator is more than four inches from the filter capacitor, a 1 J.tF solid tantalum capacitor should be used at the input. A 0.1 J.tF capacitor should be used at the output to reduce transients created by fast switching loads, as seen in the basic test circuit. These filter capacitors must be located as close to the regulator as possible.

Package
TO-3

Typ
°JC

Max
°JC

Caution: Permanent damage can result from forcing the output voltage higher than the input voltage. A protection diode from output to input should be used if this condition exists.

1.8 TJ(max) - TA 0JC + 0CA

2.5

Po (max) = 0CA

= OCS + 0SA

Solving for TJ: TJ =TA+PO(OJC+OJA) Where: T J = Junction Temperature T A = Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation 0JC = Junction-to-case thermal resistance 0CA = Case-to-ambient thermal resistance 0CS = Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance 0SA = Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance

3-14

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

J.1A78HGA Positive Adjustable 5-Amp Voltage Regulator
Hybrid Products Connection Diagram TO-3 Metal Package

Description The IlA78HGA is an adjustable 4-terminal positive voltage regulator capable of supplying in excess of 5.0 A over a 5.0 V to 24 V output range. Only two external resistors are required to set the output voltage. The IlA78HGA is packaged in a hermetically sealed TO-3, providing 50 W power dissipation. The regulator consists of a monolithic chip driving a discrete seriespass element. A beryllium-oxide substrate is used in conjunction with an isothermal layout to optimize the thermal characteristics of each device and still maintain electrical isolation between the various chips. This unique circuit design limits the maximum junction temperature of the power output transistor to provide full automatic thermal overload protection. If the safe operating area is ever exceeded (Note 1), the device simply shuts down rather than failing or damaging other system components. This feature eliminates the need to design costly regulators built from discrete components.


OUTPUT 2

(Top View)

• • • • • • • •

5.0 A OUTPUT CURRENT INTERNAL CURRENT AND THERMAL LIMITING INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMIT LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE (TYPICALLY 2.3 V @ 5.0 A) 50 W POWER DISSIPATION ELECTRICALLY NEUTRAL CASE STEEL TO-3 PACKAGE ALL PIN-FOR-PIN COMPATIBLE WITH IlA78HG

Order Information Type Package IlA78HGA Metal IlA78HGA Metal

Code JA JA

Part No. IlA78HGASC IlA78HGASM

Block Diagram-Positive Adjustable Voltage Regulator

I

T

V'N R

I
START CIRCUIT

CURRENT SOURCE

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

-tL V
.---3·15

I

THERMAL SHUTDOWN

"- "&.

1

r-K
R~~
3
CONTROL 2 VOUT

1

r-....

SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION

4
COMMON

Notes on following pages

I-LA78HGA
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Internal Power Dissipation Maximum Input-to-Output Voltage Differential Output Short Circuit Operating Junction Temperature Military Temperature Range I-IA78HGASM 40 V 50 W @ 25°C Case Commercial Temperature Range I-IA78HGASC Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

O°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C

35 V

Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOUT
~VOUT ~VOUT

TJ = 25°C, VIN = 10 V, lOUT = 2.0 A unless otherwise specified Limits Condition (Note 3) lOUT = 2.0 A, VIN = VOUT + 3.5 V VIN = 7.5 to 25 V 10 mA :S lOUT :S 5.0 A lOUT = 0 lOUT = 1.0 A, f = 210 Hz, 5.0 Vpk.pk 60 10 Hz :S f :S 100 kHz, VIN = VOUT + 5.0 V lOUT = 5.0 A lOUT = 3.0 A VIN = 15 V 4.85 50 2.3 2.0 7.0 5.0 2.5 2.3 12.0 5.25 Min 5.0 0.2% 0.2% 3.4 Typ Max 24 1% 1% 10 Unit V V V mA dB ,uVRMS V V Apk V

Characteristic Output Voltage (Note 4) Line Regulation (Note 2) Load Regulation (Note 2) Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Dropout Voltage (Note 5) Short-Circuit Current Limit Control Pin Voltage

IQ RR Vn VDD los Vc

Notes 1. This voltage regulator offers output transistor safe·area protection. However, to maintain full protectIon, the device must be operated within the maximum input·to·output voltage differential rating listed on the data sheet under" Absolute Maximum Ratings." For applications violating these limits, device will not be fully protected. 2. Load and line regulation are specified at constant iunction temperature. Pulse testing IS required with a pulse width ::s 1 ms and a duty cycle ::s 5%. Full Kelvin connection methods must be used to measure these parameters.

3. The performance characteristIcs of the adjustable series (I'A78HGA) is specified for VOUT = 5.0 V, unless otherwise noted. Rl + R2 4. VOUT is defmed as VOUT = --R-2- (VCONT) where Rl and R2 are defined in the Basic Test Circuit diagram. 5. Dropout Voltage is the input·output voltage differential that causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of its mitial value.

Typical Performance Curves Output Impedance
100
IOUT-1A VOUT '" 5 V 10 V V"

Output Noise Voltage
10

Maximum Power Dissipation
V 1N

~,

=10V

60

50

0.5

VOUT = 5 V CL - 0

50

20
CL "" 0--.

40

10

50

)r-.,.
/

2.0
CL 1.0
10 100 1k

1 JLFI
'0

CL - 0 1

fLF..i

Tl'

"
001 10

r--

30

20

""1\1'\
~

10

ANT
1M

10 k

100 k

so

100

500

1k

5 k 10 k

W

75

100

1\ 1'\
1~
~C

1~

LOAD FREQUENCY - Hz

FREQUENCY - Hz

CASE TEMPERATURE -

3·16

,uA78HGA
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Short Circuit Current
10

Quiescent Current

Dropout Voltage
>

,
iour=5A
lour

Your;o SV

" ::> " u
t:
u
::>

, ffi

c

c

E

r-.....

"'-..
"'-..
TJ ""

,

4~--+--+---t-~~~_1

~TJ-25°C

75°~"

"
~
o o

~

f".,.,

"

" B
~

~

3

TJ = 2SO C

" "'-..
35

2r--~-~--1--_t-~
1~-f+--+---t--+-_1

I o

I I I
iii

louT= 3 It. = Zit.
::=po

8 10

20

30

10

15

20

25

~25

INPUT VOLTAGE _ V

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

'5

..

7&

100

125

150

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE - ·C

Line Regulation
IOUT-2A

Line Transient Response
~uT=5A

Ripple Rejection
120
YIN = 10 Y

>

i
w

~

_10 r---t--ti--1--_t--+----1

Irv
~

!rlour = 3A

lOU! = SAl-

VIN = 10 V YOUT = 5 V CL = 0.1 J!lF

100
~

-20 r---t--ti--1--_t---+----1

r-- ~~OUT

k'},
= 1A

5 §

~ -30 r---t--ti--1--_t--+----1 ~
-40

V

§ 80

~
'Dur

I

VOUT",SV

CL =Olj.!F_

i"
20 40 80 80
~8

"

~

..

'ada ~
I
1k 10 k

40 20 10

lsA ~ ~

l"-V
100 k

100

1

100

1M

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

PULSE WIDTH nMe -

INPUT FREQUENCY - Hz

Load Regulation

Load Transient Response
~
200 YIN = 10 V

Output Voltage Deviation vs Junction Temperature

..

YIN = 10 V

~-10~--+~~~--t--+-~ z

>

, 100 ~-+--+-f-+--+_t--ft-VOUT = 5V
I~L
= 01 j,LF

W

,OUT

I

5 V

!-20~--+--+--_t~~~~~

g
c

e-200~+--+-+~f-+-+-+-4-~

l /'-t~-I--+--1-+-l "-100 r-+-+--It 5

~

....

I~UT.::12A
I

r=5A

F=

~-30~--+--+---t--+~~ "

W

§

... ::>

g

-40

-500~--~-~--~--~-~
OUTPUT CURRENT - A

-200

o

20

40

60

80 100

-50 -25

25

50

75

100

125

150

PULSE WIDTH nMe - }'s

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

3-17

J.LA78HGA
Test Circuit Adjustable Output Voltage
2 1

vour
R1

C 1N =

SOLID TANTA LUM

2~F 1
+

~A78HGA

CONTROL 4

3
~

+
':

CL" 1.0

~

F

R2 COMMO N

Design Considerations This device has thermal-overload protection from excessive power and internal short-circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current. Thus, the device is protected from overload abnormalities. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C). It is recommended by the manufacturer that the maximum junction temperature be kept as low as possible for increased reliability. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used: Package
TO-3

This device is designed to operate without external compensation components. However, the amount of external filtering of this voltage regulator depends upon the circuit layout. If in a specific application the regulator is more than four inches from the filter capacitor, a 1 iLF solid tantalum capacitor should be used at the input. A 0.1 iLF capacitor should be used at the output to reduce transients created by fast switching loads, as seen in the basic test circuit. These filter capacitors must be located as close to the regulator as possible.

Typ
OJC

Caution: Permanent damage can result from forcing the output voltage higher than the input voltage. A protection diode from output to input should be used if this condition exists.
Voltage Output The device has an adjustable output voltage from 5.0 V to 24 V which can be programmed by the external resistor network (potentiometer or two fixed resistors) using the relationship
VOUT

1.8 TJ(max) - TA OJC + 0CA

2.5

PD(MAX) OCA

=

= OCS

+ OSA

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + PD (OJC

= VCONTROL =

+ R2) ( R1 R2

+ 0CA)

Where: TJ = Junction Temperature TA Ambient Temperature Po = Power Dissipation OJC = Junction-to-case thermal resistance OCA = Case-to-ambient thermal resistance OSA = Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance OCS = Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance

=

Example: If R 1 = 0 fl and R2 = 5 kfl, then VOUT 5 V nominal. Or, if R 1 = 10 kfl and R2 = 5 kfl, then VOUT = 15 V.

3-18

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JLA79HG 5 A Negative Adjustable Voltage Regulator
Hybrid Products Connection Diagram 4-Pin Metal Package

Description The !LA79HG is an adjustable 4-terminal negative voltage regulator capable of supplying in excess of -5 A over a -24 V to -2.11 V output range. The !LA 79HG hybrid voltage regulator has been designed with all the inherent characteristics of the monolithic 4-terminal regulator; i.e., full thermal overload and short circuit protection. The !LA79HG is packaged in a hermetically-sealed 4-pin TO-3 package providing 50 W power dissipation. The regulator consists of a monolithic chip driving a discrete-series pass element and short circuit detection transistors. -5_0 A OUTPUT CURRENT INTERNAL CURRENT AND THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION • INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMIT • LOW DROP-OUT VOLTAGE (TYPICALLY 2_2 V @5_0A) • 50 W POWER DISSIPATION • ELECTRICALLY NEUTRAL CASE • STEEL TO-3 CASE • •


(Top View)

Order Information Type Package !LA79HG Metal !LA79HG Metal

Code

JA JA

Part No_ !LA79HGSC !LA79HGSM

Block Diagram
4

1
CURRENT SOURCE

I
THERMAL SHUTDOWN-

-v UNREGULATED

< SHO RTCIRCUIT

SENS E RESISTOR

r--

SHORT CIRCUIT LIMIT

f-

START-UP CIRCUIT

-

J
VOLTAGE REFERENCE

I
,---

1' . . . . . .
......................

7'

~

1'- . . . . . .
................
OUTP UT SISTOR ITRA: OUTPUT

2
1

CONTROL COMMON

3-19

p,A79HG
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Internal Power Dissipation Maximum Input-to-Output Voltage Differential Operating Junction Temperature Range /LA79HG Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Voltage Range Nominal Output Voltage Range Output Voltage Tolerance Line Regulation Load Regulation Control Pin Current Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Voltage Dropout Voltage Short Circuit Current Limit Control Pin Voltage (Reference) Typical Performance Curves 50 200 2.2 -8 -2.35 0.4 0.7 -40 V 50 W @ 25°C Case -35 V O°C to +150°C Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s) -55°C to + 150°C 300°C

TJ = 25°C, VIN = -10 V and lOUT = -2.0 A unless otherwise specified. Limits Min -40 -24 Typ Max -7.0 -2.11 4 1.0 1.0 3.0 -5.0 Unit V V VIN = VOUT -5 V %(VOUT) -40 V :S VIN :S -7 V %(VOUT) -40 V :S VIN :S -7 V %(VOUT) /LA mA dB /LV V -12 -2.11 A V VIN = VOUT -10 V, -10 mA :S lOUT :S -5.0 A VIN = -10 V -18 V:S VIN:S -8.5 V VOUT = -5 V, f = 120 Hz 10 Hz :S f :S 100 kHz, VOUT = -5.0 V lOUT = -5 A VIN=-15V VIN=-10V Condition

Short Circuit Current
-10

Quiescent Current
60

Dropout Voltage

2~C
75°C

-8

50

40 -6

30
-4 20

-2
10

"\ 1\ 1\ l\
0 25 50 75 100
CASE TEMPERATURE _ °C

lOUT'" -SA

lOUT"" -2A

o

o

-5

-10

-15

-20

-25

-30

-35

0 _25

1,\
150

oL--L__L--L~L-~~L-~
-25 0 25 50 75 100 125 150
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ "C

125

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

3·20

J.!A79HG
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Line Transient Response
~
w
20
lour::: -30A 10f-+-+----11-+_+____1--+-+_+~

Load Regulation
~

Load Transient Response

f-+-+----1I-+_+-+YOUT = -50 V

~ 0f-+-+--.11-+-+---i--.....+-+--1
8-~f-+-+----11-+_+____1--+-+_+~
>
!:; g-20f-+-+----1I-+_+----1--+-+_+~

' - 25°C

'-7SOC

1- 10

[

~-101-+-+----1~+_-t--1--f-+_+__1

fi >-20

~
~

-" \.

125"C

~-10~~-+--11-+-+----1--~+-+~ ~

" ~-30
g

w

i
1

!-40
-so

o

-1

-2

_3

-,

-S

PULSE WIDTH TIME - ~s

OUTPUT CURRENT _ A

PULSE WIDTH TIllE - Id

• •


"
-30

Output Voltage Deviation vs Junction Temperature

Control Current vs Temperature
07 06

Differential Control Voltage vs Input Voltage

YIN

= -40V

~ Ii

.
rr
0

-20

r--- t---

r--.

I.......

-2A _SA

E OS

" g

w -so j$

~

f--+--+-I-+--+----i--+__1

~ " 5
rr

0'

t\

>-4.0
E

r--.. r-.....
TJ = 25"C .....

D.'
0.1
o
VIN

1'1' 1'1'
Your

~_60

~
<2

§

~-1~f__+--+--f-_+--+-____1--+~

!i 02

-8.0

B

= 10V = -S.OY
25

1'1"1'r--.
75 100 125 150

-10
-12
-50

-200 L---L_L----L_.L.---L_..L-'_ 25 50 75 100 125 150 -25
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -

'f'i'f~
o
so

louT = -2A
VOUT = _5.OY

"c

-10

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ ·C

-15 -20 -25 INPUT VOLTAGE - V

Maximum Power Dissipation
-S

. -,
E

~
25°C

~

!i w

"
0

rr rr

-.
-2
_1

ffi

~

~

.- ~
75°C

~

:;

~

"

o

-5

-10 -15

-20

_25 -30 -35 -40

INPUT VOLTAGE - V

3·21

,uA79HG
Basic Test Circuit, Adjustable Output Voltage
3
VOUT

4
/LA79HG CONTROL 2
~

Rl

+
~!::: CL'" 1.O/L F

C IN ; 2/L F

SOLID TANTALUM

+

1 R2 COMM ON

VOUT ~ VCONT'--R-2-

(Rl

+ R2)

Design Considerations This device has thermal overload protection from excessive power and internal short circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current. Thus, the device is protected from overload abnormalities. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C). It is recommended by the manufacturer that the maximum junction temperature be kept as low as possible for increased reliability. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used.

switching loads, as seen in the basic test circuit. These filter capacitors must be located as close to the regulator as possible.

Caution: Permanent damage can result from forcing the output voltage higher than the input voltage. A protection diode from output to input should be used if this condition exists.
Voltage Output The device has an adjustable output voltage from -2.11 to -24 V which can be programmed by the external resistor network (potentiometer or two fixed resistors) using the relationship: VOUT = VCONTROL ( R1 R2

Package TO-3 PO(MAX)

Typ
IiJC

Max IiJC 2.5

+ R2)

1.8

=

TJ(MAX) - TA IiJC + IiCA

IiCA = lics

+ liSA

Example: If R 1 = 0 Q and R2 = 5 kQ, then VOUT = -2.11 V nominal. Or, if R1 = 12.8 kQ and R2 = 2.1 kQ then VOUT = -15 V.

Solving for T J: TJ = TA + Po (IiJC

+ IiCA)

Where: T J = Junction Temperature TA Ambient Temperature Po Power Dissipation 8JC = Junction-to-case thermal resistance IiCA = Case-to-ambient thermal resistance IiCS = Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance liSA = Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance

= =

The device is designed to operate without external compensation components. However, the amount of external filtering of these voltage regulators depends upon the circuit layout. If in a specific application the regulator is more than four inches from the filter capacitor, a 2 JtF solid tantalum capacitor should be used at the input. A 1 JtF capacitor should be used at the output to reduce transients created by fast

3-22

1
FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

SH323 • SH223 • SH 123 5 A, 3 V Voltage Regulator
Hybrid Products

Description The SH232 is a hybrid regulator with 5.0 V fixed output and 3.0 A output capability. It has the inherent characteristics of the monolithic 3-terminal regulators, i.e., full thermal overload, short circuit and safe area protection. All devices are packaged in hermetically sealed TO-3s providing 50 W power dissipation. If the safe operating area is exceeded, the device shuts down rather than failing or damaging other system components (Note 1). This feature eliminates costly output circuitry and overly conservative heat sinks typical of high-current regulators built from discrete components.
3.0 A OUTPUT CURRENT INTERNAL CURRENT AND THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION • INTERNAL SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION • LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE (TYPICALLY 2.0 V @3.0A) • 50 W POWER DISSIPATION • STEEL TO-3 PACKAGE • ALL PIN-FOR-PIN COMPATIBLE WITH THE LM323, SG323 • •

Connection Diagram 2-Pin Metal Package


(Top View)

Order Information Type Package SH323 Metal SH223 Metal SH123 Metal

Code GN GN GN

Part No. SH323SC SH223SV SH123SM

Block Diagram

I

I

VIN R

I
START CIRCUIT

CURRENT SOURCE

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

~d..
r-

I

THERMAL SHUTDOWN

~,

.....

~

1

~
Rsc

1

.....
2
Vour

SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION

1

3
COMMON

3·23

SH323 • SH223 • SH 123
Absolute Maximum Ratings Input Voltage Input-to-Output Voltage Differential Output Short Circuited Internal Power Dissipation Operating Junction Temperature Industrial Temperature Range SH223SV Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOUT
~VOUT ~VOUT

40 V 35 V 50 W @ 25°C Case 150°C

Military Temperature Range SH123SM Commercial Temperature Range SH323SC Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

O°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C

TJ = 25°C, VIN = 10 V, lOUT = 2.0 A unless otherwise specified. Limits Min 4.85 Typ 5.0 10 10 3.0 60 40 2.0 7.0 2.3 12.0 Max 5.25 25 50 10 Unit V mV mV rnA dB Condition lOUT = 2.0 A VIN = 7.5 to 25 V 10 rnA :$ lOUT :$ 3.0 A lOUT = 0 lOUT = 1.0 A, f = 120 Hz, 5.0 Vpk-pk

Characteristic Output Voltage Line Regulation (Note 2) Load Regulation (Note 2) Quiescent Current Ripple Rejection Output Noise Dropout Voltage (Note 3) Short Circuit Current Limit

10

RR Vn Voo los

jLVRMS 10 Hz :$ f :$ 100 kHz, VIN = 10 V V lOUT = 3 A VIN = 10 V Apk

Notes 1. ThIs voltage regulator offers output transistor safe area protectIon. However, to maIntaIn full protectIon. the device must be operated within the maxImum Input-to-output voltage differentIal ratmgs, as hsted on thIs data sheet under" Absolute MaxImum Ratmgs." For applicatIons vlolatmg these 10m ItS, devIce will not be fully protected 2. Load and hne regulatIon are specIfIed at constant JunctIon

temperature Pulse testmg IS required wIth a pulse wIdth ::s 1 ms and a duty cycle ::s 5% Full Kelvin connection methods must be used to measure these parameters 3. Dropout Voltage IS the mput·output voltage dIfferential that causes the output voltage to decrease by 5% of ItS mltial value

Typical Performance Curves

Short Circuit Current

I.

MaxImum Power Dissipation

.

Dropout Voltage
>
I

50

I--...
TJ

"''-...

1\
""""TJ = 25"C

= 7SOC,""

.........

'\

I'\
'\
100 125

~loL.l
IOUT=2A

I"""1""'-.
••
810 20

.....,

I.

_25 0 25 50

30

35

75

1\

150

I i•
~
1

F-

-

!!

_25

0

25

50

75

100

125

150

INPUT VOLTAGE _ Y

CASE TEMPERATURE _ ·C

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE - ·C

3-24

SH323 • SH223 • SH 123
Typical Performance Curves (ConI.)

Line Regulation
IOUT=2A

Line Transient Response
>
E
50
r')I OUT =3A

Ripple Rejection
120
VIN = tOV CL=OlILF

>
I

E -10

0

Z

;;: -20

~
~

" '" -25 o
Z
%

w

25

I

VIN = 10 V CL = 01 ~F

,..

V

100

" ~
0
0

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VOUT vs Junction Temperature
so
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60

80 100

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125

150

PULSE WIDTH TIME - ILS

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

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Output Noise Voltage
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C,

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SH323 • SH223 • SH 123
Test Circuit Fixed Output Voltage

1 SH323

2
VOUT

SOLID TANTALUM

+
CIN 1 /LF 3

*
-L

+
CL F 0.1 /-L

COMMON

Design Considerations
This device has thermal overload protection from excessive power and internal short circuit protection which limits the circuit's maximum current. Thus, the device is protected from overload abnormalities. Although the internal power dissipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum specified temperature (150°C). It is recommended by the manufacturer that the maximum junction temperature be kept as low as possible for increased reliability. To calculate the maximum junction temperature or heat sink required, the following thermal resistance values should be used.

The device is designed to operated without external compensation components. However, the amount of external filtering of this voltage regulator depends upon the circuit layout. If in a specific application the regulator is more than four inches from the filter capacitor, a 1 ILF solid tantalum capacitor should be used at the input. A 0.1 ILF capacitor should be used at the output to reduce transients created by fast switching loads, as seen in the basic test circuit. These filter capacitors must be located as close to the regulator as possible. Caution: Permanent damage can result from forcing the output voltage higher than the input voltage. A protection diode from output to input should be used if this condition exists.

Package
TO-3

Max
BJC

1.8
TJ(MAX) - TA BJC BCA

2.5

PO(MAX) BCA

=

+

= OCS

+ OSA
+ 0CA)

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + Po (OJC

Where: Junction Temperature TJ Ambient Temperature TA Power Dissipation Po Junction-to-case thermal resistance OJC Case-Io-ambient thermal resislance OCA Case-to-heat sink thermal resistance OCS Heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance OSA

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SH1605 5 A Efficient Switching Regulator
Hybrid Products Connection Diagram S-Pin TO-3 Type
ERROR AMPLIFIER INPUT

Description The SH1605 is a hybrid switching regulator with high output current capabilities. It incorporates a temperature-compensated voltage reference, a dutycycle controllable oscillator, error amplifier, high current-high voltage output switch, and a power diode. The SH 1605 can supply 5 A of regulated output current over a wide range of output voltage. • • • • • STEP DOWN SWITCHING REGULATOR OUTPUT ADJUSTABLE FROM 3_0 TO 30 V 5 A OUTPUT CURRENT HIGH EFFICIENCY UP TO 150 W OUTPUT POWER TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified 5V 35 V Max 6A 150°C 20W -65°C to +150°C 20 :s D :s 80% 60 V 6A

VOUT

Absolute Maximum Ratings VIN - VOUT(mm) Input Voltage Output Current Operating Temperature T J Internal Power Dissipation Storage Temperature Range Duty Cycle V 7 -8
1 7 -8

STEERING DIODE (ANODE)


Code 8G Part No_ SH1605S

Case

= Ground

Order Information Type SH1605 Package Metal

Block Diagram

1----------------------,
I

I

7

~._~------~CASE

L ______________________
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I I I I I

I
~

SH1605
Electrical Characteristics Symbol
VOUT Vs VF Vcc IRO
10

Tc = 25°C, VIN = 15 V unless otherwise specified.

SH1605 Characteristics
Output Voltage Switch Saturation Diode On Voltage Supply Voltage Diode Reverse Current Quiescent Current

Conditions
VIN 2: Va lOUT lOUT

Min
3.0

Typ
1.5 1.0 2.2 1.6

Max
30.0 2.0 1.2 2.8 2.0 35

Units
V V V V V V IJ-A mA

+ 5 V, 10 = 2 A

= 5.0 A, = 2.0 A lOUT = 5.0 A, lOUT = 2.0 A
10

= 25 V lOUT = 0.2 A
VRO

2.0 30

Reference and Oscillator Section
V3
6V3/T

Voltage on Pin 3 V3 Temperature Coefficient Charging Current-Pin 4 Voltage Swing-Pin 4 Discharging Current-Pin 4

2.5 150 25 0.5 225

V ppm/oC IJ-A V IJ-A

14

V4 114

Switching Characteristics Symbol
tr tj ts td

Characteristics
Voltage Rise Time Voltage Fall Time Storage Time Delay Time

Conditions
lOUT = 2.0 A lOUT = 5.0 A lOUT lOUT

Min

Typ
700 1.8 700 900 2.6 2.5

Max

Units
ns IJ-s ns ns IJ-S IJ-S

= 2.0 A = 5.0 A lOUT = 5.0 A lOUT = 5.0 A

Thermal Characteristics
Po
."

Power Dissipation Efficiency Thermal Resistance

lOUT = 5.0 A VOUT = 10 V VOUT = 10V, lOUT = 5 A

16 75 4.5

W
%

°J-C

°C/W

Notes 1 fiC-A' Typical is 30°C/W for natural convection COOling. 2. For heatsinking requirements see power derating curve.

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SH1605
Power Derating Curve Design Equations
Efficiency (1/)

.

0
5

••

=

POUT X 100 tON + tOFF

I\.
Transistor DC Losses (PT) = lOUT X Vs tON

\

'\. '\ 150

tOFF Diode DC Losses (PO) = lOUT X VF tON + tOFF Drive Circuit Losses (DL)

=

VIN2 tON 300 X tON + tOFF

00

30

60

90

120

CASE TEMPERATURE-oC

Switching Losses Transistor: tr + tf (Ps) = VIN X lOUT 2(tON + tOFF) Transistor Duty Cycle Diode Duty Cycle

=

tON

tON + tOFF

=~
VOUT
~

VOUT

=

tOFF tON + tOFF

=1-

Power Inductor (PL) Efficiency:

= IOUT2 X RL (Winding Resistance)
VOUT lOUT

(1/) = VOUT lOUT

+ PT + Po + DL + Ps + PL

X 100

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SH1605
Design Considerations Figure 1 is a typical design of a step-down switching regulator using the SH1605. Nominal Design Objectives VOUT = +5 V Line Regulation = 2% IOUT(max) = 5.0 A Load Regulation = 2% IOUT(min) = 1.0 A Ripple (max) = 0.1 Vpk-pk VIN = 12 to 18 V Efficiency = 70%
First, R3 is calculated from Equation 5: R3 The output capacitor can now be determined as follows: CO(min) = (8 f(min) Vripple(max»

2 (8 X 7.7 X 103) X (1 X 10

1)

= 325 fJ,F
The maximum acceptable ESR is therefore Vripple(max) ESR(max) = ~Il(max) = 0.025f! Normally, the minimum capacitance value should be increased considerably if a low ESR capacitor is not used. As a final step for minimizing switching transients at the device input, a low ESR capacitor must be used for decoupling purposes between the input terminal and ground. The SH1605 is a highly versatile building block for high current, step-down switching regulator systems. However, to attain optimum performance and reliability the following guidelines should be followed: • Keep operating period long, relative to the device switching times, for optimum efficiency. • Insure that the inductor stays out of saturation and minimize the series resistance. • Use high quality capacitors for input and output to minimize ripple and noise.

=

(2 X 103)(VOUT - 2.5) 2.5

= 2 kf!

Since the required IOUT(min) is 1 A to maintain continouous operation, the peak-to-peak current excursion must be equal to 2 A or less, i.e.,
~Il

= 2 IOUT(min)

To calculate the value of the inductor, assume the nominal on time of the system as 60 fJ,s. This value is chosen keeping the efficiency / component-size tradeoff in mind. From Equation 1. L1

=

VOUT) ( VIN ~Il ton

= ""2 (6

10

X 10- 5 )

= 300 fJ,H

where VIN(nom) = 15 V, ton = 60 fJ,S

One very important element in achieving the optimum performance in a switching regulator is to insure the inductor is kept below the specified saturation limits. Since the timing capacitor controls the 60 fJ,S on time, CT can be determined using Equation 7: CT

Fig. 1

Design Example
300 ILH

Sr--------, -..--_--t
SH160S

=

(ton)(le) ~V

CASE .OO331J.F

where Ie

= 25 fJ,A nominal per data sheet.

sov

The final step is to determine the requirements for the output capacitor Co to obtain the desired value of ripple voltage. Consideration must be given to the absolute value of Co as well as the internal effective series resistance (ESR). Since the capacitor size is inversely proportional to the operating frequency, the lowest frequency of operation must be calculated. Minimum operating frequency can be determined by using ~Il(max) vs ~11(nom) in Equation 9. 1 Minimum Frequency 1.3 X 10 4 7.7 kHz

Note

=

=

CirCUIt Performance VIN = 12-18 V VOUT = 506 V Load Reg = 50 mV (1 A ~ lOUT ~ 5 A) Lone Reg = 50 mV (12 V ~ VIN 18 V) SH1605 must be mounted on a heat sonk wIth a maxImum thermal resIstance of <PCA ~ 4 CI W
0

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Operational Amplifiers

Dati AcqliJsttion . . '.~

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Testing Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products

What is an OP AMP? An operational amplifier is a direct-coupled high-gain amplifier. often powered by both a positive and a negative supply so that the output can swing both above and below ground. When used by itself. the op amp is limited. because the high gain (80 dB or much higher) causes saturation. since the output swings as far as possible toward one of the supplies. However. with feedback applied in a closed-loop configuration. the op amp becomes a useful device. Since the properties of the closed-loop circuit depend primarily on characteristics of the feedback components rather than the op amp. and since typical feedback components. i.e .• resistors and capacitors. have high precision and low drift. closed-loop op amp circuits can be very accurate and stable. The name operational amplifier is derived from one of the original uses of closed-loop op amp circuits. performing mathematical operations in analog computers. Early op amps used a single. groundreferenced inverting input. where a positive voltage change at the input caused a negative change at the output. The more versatile. modern op amps have two floating inputs-one inverting and one non-inverting. Since an op amp responds equally to the two inputs. the output depends on the difference between the inputs. known as differential inputs. A common-mode signal. applied equally to both inputs. is ignored since there is no difference between inputs. By grounding one of the inputs. the differential amplifier becomes a ground-referenced amplifier. With negative feedback applied to an inverting input. the op amp continually adjusts the output to minimize (or null) the differential input voltage. Because the gain of the op amp is so high. the nulled input voltage is always small. regardless of the output voltage. For example. if the gain is 100.000 and output is at 10 V. the differential input is only 100 /-LV. a negligible voltage. Thus. it can be said that the op amp with negative feedback is continually adjusting the outputs to keep the inputs at the same voltage. Major de Parameters There are seven important parameters that are tested and guaranteed on all modern Ie op amps. In the following discussions. input voltage refers to the differential voltage at zero common-mode voltage. Input Offset Voltage VOS Ideally. the output voltage should be zero when the input voltage is zero. but practically. there will always
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be small mismatches in the amplifier components. Input offset voltage is the input voltage required to zero the output. typically a millivolt or two. Vas. usually caused by mismatches in the base-emitter voltages of the amplifier input tranSistors. is undesirable in a direct-coupled circuit because the circuit will usually amplify it. causing a large dc error. which is temperature-dependent. To avoid the effects of input currents. Vas should ideally be measured at zero source impedance (resistance from each input to ground). For testing purposes. some low impedance. usually 50 ohms. is used. Input Bias Current 18 Although op amp inputs ideally draw no current. practically. some bias current must flow into each input. For op amps with bipolar transistors at the input. 18 is the base current of the input transistor. typically 100 nA. Where source impedance is low. IB has no effect; but in high-impedance circuits. a voltage (lB x source resistance) will appear at the amplifier input. This error is similar to Vas and is also temperature-dependent. Because of the design of differential stages. the two IBS of an op amp vary with the input voltage. but their sum remains constant. The parameter usually tested is the total input bias current IBCTotal) = (IB(inverting) + IB(noninverting». The average input bias current specified on data sheets is just IB(Total)/2. Occasionally. it is necessary to measure the two input currents separately. To make IBCTotal) divide evenly between the two inputs and not in a random way. dependent on Vas. the standard convention is to null the op amp in a feedback loop. Input Offset Current lOS Because an op amp has differential inputs. many of the effects of the two input currents can be eliminated if both currents are equal. since equal effects at both inputs would cancel. Practically. the two input currents cannot be made exactly equal. so the difference between them is specified. The input offset current is the difference between the two input currents when the op amp is nulled. In applications where the inputs are operated from equal source impedance. lOS is the parameter of interest. In op amps with a simple input stage. like the /-LA709 or /-LA749. lOS is dependent on the beta match of the input transistors. In more complicated devices. like

Testing Operational Amplifiers
the J.LA 7 41, lOS also depends on matching the current sources that supply the input transistors. High-Impedance Composite Input Offset Voltage Vas 10 k The input offsets of an op amp are fully specified by either: Vas, IB(inv), IB(ninv) or Vas, los, IB(Tolal) In either case, common-mode and differential input voltages can be calculated for any source resistances, equaL or unequal. In applications with equal source resistors, Vas dominates at low impedances arid los dominates at high impedances. At some intermediate resistance, Vas and lOS effects are about equal and may add or cancel, depending on their signs which are statistically uncorrelated. If they add, the composite offset will be greater than Vas and may even be greater than the data sheet limit for Vas. To guard against this possibility, a high-impedance composite input offset voltage at a specified source resistance, usually 10 k, is tested and guaranteed. Vas 10 k is not an independent parameter of an op amp; it is a calculated number, determined by the interaction of the independent parameters Vas and los with external source resistors. Voltage Gain The gain of. an op amp, as with any other amplifier, is the ratio"of a change in the output voltage to a change in the input voltage. Gain can be specified in V IV or in dB. The symbol AVOl in used to indicate open-loop voltage gain, the gain of the amplifier without feedback. Common Mode Rejection Ratio CMRR Ideally, an op amp ignores common-mode signals. Practically, there will always be some small response. The standard convention for measuring this response is to null the amplifier, then measure the change in Vas when large common'mode voltages are applied. The common mode rejection ratio CMRR is the ratio of change in Vas to the change in common-mode voltage, specified.in dB. To avoid a minus sign (-100 dB, -70 dEi),CMRR is often specified "upsidedown" as the change in common-mode voltage over the change in Vas. Typical op amps have 80 to 100 dB CMRR. Power Supply Rejection Ratio PSRR Power supply rejection ratio is a measure of the ability of the op amp to ignore changes in the power supply voltages. The change in Vas is measured as the supplies are varied. Power supply rejection ratio PSRR is the ratio of the change in Vos"to the total change in power supply voltage. For example, if the supplies vary from ± 5 V to ± 20 V, the total change is 40 - 10 = 30 V. PSRR is usually specified in J.LV IV or sometimes in dB, in which case the "upside-down" form is used. Typical op amps have 30 J.LV IV (90 dB) PSRR. Minor dc Parameters Usually Specified Output Swing Ideally, the output voltage of an op amp should be able to swing all the way to either supply. However, real op amps saturate within a volt or two of the supplies, depending on how many base-emitter junctions and / or saturated transistors are involved. Op amp output stages are usually complementarysymmetry emitter followers, so output impedance is low, whether the op amp is sinking or sourcing output current. To ensure that both the npn and pnp are operating, both positive and negative swing are tested, with an external resistor connected to load the output. Output Short-Circuit Current ISC Most recent op amps have a protective current limit built into the output. If the output is short circuited or otherwise overloaded, the output current limits at some safe value, typically 25 mA. The current limit circuits for each direction of current (sourcing and sinking) are independent and must be tested separately, although they are designed to limit at the same value. ISC is generally tested under worst-case conditions. For example, an input voltage is applied to cause the output to swing to positive saturation, but the output is then shorted to the negative supply and held there while Isc is read. This causes maximum power dissipation in the output transistor. Supply Current IS or ISUp The standby current of the amplifier is measured when the output is at zero. In modern op amps that have no ground terminal, the standby current into the V+ lead is equal to the standby current out of the V- lead and could be measured at either terminal. In older op amps, such as the J.LA702, that do have a ground terminal, the currents must be measured separately. Power Consumption Power consumption is determined by multiplying the supply current times the total supply voltage. This parameter is guaranteed by the IS test. Offset Adjust VOS(adj) Some op amps have a pair of offset adiust terminals. Zero offset voltage can be obtained by adjusting a potentiometer connected between these terminals. Test each VOS(adj) terminal by measuring Vas while the terminal is shorted to V-. This indicates the maximum effect of the terminal on Vas. DC Stress Tests Data Sheets always include "absolute maximum" limits on common-mode input voltage, differential input voltage, and supply voltage. To guarantee these ranges, any of several tests can be performed. Sometimes a measurement is taken during the test if

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Testing Operational Amplifiers
there is some measurable indication of a failure. Other times, certain voltages are simply applied and removed before the main test sequence. Common-Mode Stress This is not usually tested. The inputs are moved over a large common-mode voltage range during CMRR; since the absolute maximum range is only slightly larger, a separate test is usually unnecessary. Differential Stress (Input Leakage-ILl In this test, the inputs are subjected to absolute maximum differential input voltage. All of IS(Total) will flow in the more positive input and the more negative input should see nothing but leakage. Breakdown occurs if the input stage is defective. Input leakage is often measured during the test. Supply Stress Supply current is measured under absolute maximum supply voltages. Internal MOS Capacitor Test-Cap Stress Many modern op amps include a small MOS capacitor on the chip to set the amplifier frequency response. The silicon dioxide dielectric of the cap is made only thick enough to withstand the absolute maximum total supply voltage. To test the dielectric, maximum supplies are applied and the circuit is swung to whichever state puts the full voltage across the cap. The output is often measured. Typically, if the dielectric ruptures, the amplifier will latch up in an improper state; the output will go negative when it should be positive. AC Parameters Since ac parameters are not usually tested in production, only typical values are shown on the data sheet. However, three common ac parameters should be recognized. Risetime and Overshoot The small-signal step response is a simple test that indicates both the bandwidth and stability of an amplifier under specified conditions. The risetime is related to the bandwidth, and the overshoot is a measure of stability. Slew Rate Slew rate is a large-signal phenomenon resulting from the capacitor connected to adjust the small-signal frequency response. So that the capacitors can be small, they are usually connected to high-impedance nodes in the circuit, that receive dc bias from current sources. If the amplifier is to reproduce a large signal, such as a 10 V step, the circuit no longer behaves according to its small-signal model. The current source at the compensation node cannot pump enough current into the cap to move the output far enough, fast enough. If current (I) is provided to the cap (C), the output will slew toward the final value at a slew rate dV / dt = 1/ C. Slew rate limiting (or rate limiting) occurs with all large, fast signals when current to the capacitor is insufficient. The Basic OP AMP Test Loop All op amps are basically alike, high-gain differential amplifiers. The reason there are so many different op amps is that no one circuit design can possibly optimize all the dc and ac parameters. Op amps are designed to optimize a parameter (high gain, low power consumption, etc.) for particular applications. Fortunately for test engineers, however, the similarities of all op amps ar~ so great that a single test circuit can be used to perform all standard dc tests. This circuit, shown in Figure 8-1, is the basic op amp test loop. • Performing all tests requires five power supplies: the V+ and V- supplies for the device under test (OUT), a control voltage Vc applied at the loop control terminal, and supplies to run the nulling amplifier, usually ± 15 V or ±20 V. Operation of the test loop, with all relays closed, is as follows: • The inverting input of the nulling amplifier is the control terminal of the loop. The OUT output is connected to the non-inverting input of the null amplifier. • The null amplifier output controls the OUT input through the feedback divider. • There is one inversion in the loop, provided by the OUT. Therefore, the null amplifier operates with negative feedback.

• . •

Fig. 8-1

Basic Op Amp Test Loop
50 k
INPUT

NODE~

5

6

-20

LOOP CONTROL TERMINAL

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Testing Operational Amplifiers
• With negative feedback, the null amplifier continually adjusts its output to keep its input voltages equal. Therefore, the null amplifier adjusts the loop output so that the OUT output follows the control terminal.

Fig. 8-2

b
K2
VN 10 k _

Simplified Input Circuit For Calculating VN

Vos

The input node voltage, VN in Figure 8-1, is always 1 / 1000th of the loop output voltage (actually it is 1/ 1001th, but it is common to neglect the 0.1% error). Thinking in reverse, the circuit has a closed-loop gain of 1000 and any voltage VN appears 1000 times larger at the loop output. Since the input voltages to the nulled op amp are always very small, the gain simplifies measurements.

IElIAS !INVI

IB INV - - - . .

II

+

OUTPUT HELD AT Ov BY FEEDBACK, WHICH ADJUSTS VN

Equations for VN Figure 8-2 shows the OUT portion of the test loop, leaving out the 50 fl resistors since their effect is negligible in this analysis. Vos is represented as a small voltage source moved outside the op amp. Current flows into both inputs of the op amp. With VN adjusted by feedback to produce a OUT output of zero, and with VOS accounted for externally, no voltage exists between the op amp inputs; zero in means zero out. VN equations can now be written for the various settings of K2 and K3
K2 closed, K3 closed: VNl = Vos

Testing Using the Op Amp Test Loop For the following tests of op amp parameters, refer to the test loop schematic, Figure 8-1, whenever necessary. All relays are normally closed.
Input Offset Voltage Vos Set the loop control voltage Vc to zero. The nulling amplifier immediately adjusts the loop output to zero the OUT output. By definition, the input node voltage VN equals VOS; therefore, the loop output is 1000 VOS. For example, if the loop output reads 1.0 V, Vos is 1.0 mV. Input Currents (Separately) Measure VOS' Then open K2 and K3 alternately and compute the changes in VN as previously described. Because 1000 VN is always read at the loop output, a voltage change ~VN = 1000 X IB X 10 k will be measured. Thus, if IB is 100 nA, the measured change will be 1.0V. Total Input Bias Current IB(totat) This was explained in the previous section. Measure VN2; then measure VN3 and subtract. The measured change at the loop output is 1000 x IB(total) x 10 k. An alternate method to test IB(total) is to open K 1 and K4, tie pins 1 and 2 together, and use a current meter to read IB(total). The industry trend is for dynamic testing, however, since there is some small inaccuracy associated with the latter method. High-Impedance Composite Input Offset Voltage VOS 10 k Measure VN4 as previously described. Input Offset Current loS Measure Vos. Then measure Vos 10k and subtract. ~V = (1000) (los) (10 k). Gain In testing low-gain ac amplifiers, such as audio amplifiers, the normal procedure is to apply a small, known input and measure the large ac output. When testing high-gain dc amplifiers, such as op amps, the reverse procedure is used. The test loop is used to vary the output over a large, known range, and the dc change at the input is measured. A normal test for a OUT using ± 15 V supplies is to measure the average dc gain over the output range -10 V to +10 V. Since gain is always specified
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The input bias currents have no effect because there is no source resistance. K2 closed, K3 open: VN2 = Vos - IB(ninv) X 10 k

With only K3 open, VN is a composite voltage involving Vos and IB(ninv)' To test IB(ninv), measure VN2, then subtract it from VNl (equal to Vos). K2 open, K3 closed: VN3 = Vos + IB(inv) X 10 k

To measure IB(inv), subtract VOS from VN3. K2 open, K3 open: VN4 = -IB(ninv) (10 k) + Vos + IB(inv) (10 k)

= Vos +

(IB(inv) - IB(ninv» lOS (10 k)

(10k)

= Vos +

= Vos 10 k
VN4 is the high-impedance composite input offset voltage. To measure loS, subtract VOS from VN4' Each relay setting combination provides an easy way to measure some important parameter of the op amp. For a measurement of IB(total), measure VN3 and subtract it from VN2'
~VN = Vos + IB(inv) (10 k) + IB(ninv) (10 k) - Vos

= (IB(inv) + IB(ninv) ) (10k) = IB(total) (10k)

Testing Operational Amplifiers
with a load resistor, pin 6 should be grounded. Set V C = -10 V; the null amplifier brings the OUT output to -10 V. Measure VN. Then set Vc to + 10 V; the null amplifier brings the OUT output to + 10 V. Measure the change in VN' For example, if the gain is 100,000 and the total output change is 20 V (-10 V to +10 V), the loop output change should be (1000) (20/100,000) = 200 mY. Note that the OUT is tested at the inverting input; therefore, if the output goes from -10 V to + 10 V (a positive change), a small negative change should be seen at the input. As mentioned previously, gain is always tested with an external load resistor, often 2 kQ. Since the op amp output stage must provide current to this resistor, the output stage must dissipate power. If the op amp is an IC, a thermal signal will then travel across the chip to the input stage, where it mixes with the true, circuitrelated input signal. Oepending on the relative sizes of the circuit and thermal components, this may cause peculiar readings to occur during a gain test. If the thermal component partially cancels the circuit component, the change in VN will be smaller than normal, indicating a larger gain. If the two components cancel, no change in VN will be read, indicating an effective gain of infinity. If the thermal component is larger than the circuit component, a wrong-polarity change in VN will occur, indicating a "negative gain." There is no general agreement in industry about the significance or seriousness of "negative gain." Oevices that show negative gain in a test circuit usually behave normally in customer applications. Nevertheless, a device exhibiting a large negative gain may be questionable. Fairchild's policy is to allow a wrong-polarity reading of 20-100% of the rightpolarity limit. 1
1For a more complete d,scuss,on of thermal effects, see Solomon, J E "The MonolithIc Op Amp A Tutonal Study." IEEE Journal of Solid State CirCUIts, Vol SC'9, No 6 (Dec. 1974)

input, 100% of VCM appears there, causing a 0.1% differential signal injected by the unbalanced test circuit. This error, only 60 dB below VCM, is disastrous, for devices typically have 80 to 100 dB CMRR. The obvious solution is to add another 50 kQ resistor from the non-inverting input to ground, which should attenuate VCM equally at both inputs to eliminate the differential error signal. The problem now becomes one of accurately matching the dividers. Advanced analysis of the four resistors as a bridge circuit indicates that, with careful matching, quite high CMRRs can be measured. An easier solution eliminates the need for precisely matched pairs of precision resistors. Instead of holding V+, V- and Vc constant and moving pins 1 and 2, perform the inverse procedure. For example, to apply a VCM of +10 V, leave Kl closed and change V+ from +15 V to +5 V. Then change V- from -15 V to -25 V and change Vc from 0 V to -10 V. From the • point of view of the OUT, this is equivalent to the original method. The total supply voltage is ~till 30 V, the OUT output is still held at the midpoint between the supplies, and both inputs are 10 V above that midpoint, which makes VCM = +10 V. However, from the point of view of the bridge, no VCM has been applied, pins 1 and 2 are at ground as always, and VN is the routine differential input voltage of the OUT. This method permits accurate measurement of any CMRR without matched resistors. There is no need for a 50 kQ resistor at the non-inverting input, since it would only shunt the 50 Q resistor on all tests. In summary, to measure CMRR, raise V+, V- and Vc to VCM volts above nominal, and measure VN' Then lower V+, V- and Vc to VCM volts below nominal and measure the change in VN' Sometimes CMRR is tested with 10 kQ source impedances (K2 and K3 open). In this case, any changes in lOS contribute to the total change in VN' A test with 10 k sources is not necessarily a more rigid test than with 50 Q; the change in VN may be larger or smaller, depending on how the Vas and los components interact. Power Supply Rejection Ratio PSRR The PSRR test is very direct and simple, with none of the problems that occur with CMRR testing. Hold Vc at zero, set both supplies to minimum values, and measure VN. Then set both supplies to maximum values and measure the change in VN' PSRR may also be tested with 10 kQ source impedance. Output Voltage Swings Measure at pin 5, saturating the OUT output by applying a large differential input voltage. There are three possible ways to saturate the OUT. The most direct way is to open K1 and K4 and apply the voltage directly across pins 1 and 2. Another way
4·7

To check the linearity of the op amp transfer function, gain is sometimes tested over two different parts of the output range. That is, instead of performing a single test as the output swings from -10 V to +10 V, gain is tested as the output swings from 0 V to + 10 V, and then from 0 V to -10 V. Such testing will identify units that have very high gain over part of the output range and very low gain over the other part of the range. Common Mode Rejection Ratio CMRR The definition of CMRR might imply that testing involves holding VC at zero and opening K 1, tying pins 1 and 2 together to a voltage VCM, then varying VCM and reading the change in VN at the loop output. However, this method does not provide accurate results. Because of the 50 Q/50 kQ feedback divider, only 99.9% of VCM appears at the inverting input of the OUT. Since there is no divider at the non-inverting

Testing Operational Amplifiers
is to open K4 only and apply a voltage at pin 9. This voltage is divided 1000: 1, so 20 V at pin 9 will apply 20 mV to the OUT input, sufficient drive for almost any op amp. The third way is similar to the second except that all relays are closed and the null amplifier applies the 20 V to pin 9. Set Vc to 15 V; the null amplifier will immediately try to bring the OUT output to 15 V, but the OUT cannot swing all the way to V +. The null amplifier output eventually saturates around 18 V and the OUT output also saturates as desired. Since output swings are always specified with a load resistor, pin 6 should be grounded. Output Short-Circuit Current Ise This test involves the same procedure as in measuring voltage swing, except that instead of using load resistor on pin 6, connect a current meter from pin 5 to ground or to the worst-case opposite supply. When the OUT attempts to swing in response to the input, the current meter shorts the output and measures Isc. Supply Current IS Specifications usually indicate the OUT output should be zero, so set Vc to 0 and measure the current into pin 3. The state of the output has little effect on the Is reading of recent op amps, biased internally by current sources. However, in earlier devices like the JlA709, Is is heavily dependent on the output state, even with nothing connected to the output. Offset Adjust VOS(adj) The OUT of Figure 8-1 has no offset adjust pins. Devices with offset adjust pins have relays to connect them alternately, usually to V-. Vc should be set to zero and a measurement taken at the loop output. At the least, the measurement should guarantee that the adjust range is suffiCient to eliminate the Vas of the particular device being tested. A more rigid test might require enough range to eliminate the worst possible Vas, even though the OUT has a lower Vas. Common-Mode Stress Open K1 and K4. Apply VCM directly to pins 1 and 2. Differential Stress (lL) Open K1 and K4. Apply voltage directly across pins 1 and 2. Measure leakage at more-negative input. Supply Stress Perform supply current test at specified supplies. Cap Stress Test like output voltage swings, using specified supplies and swinging output to specified state. Common Variations of the Basic Test Loop The test loop is never used in the exact simplified form shown in Figure 8-1. Each op amp has quirks that require some variations on the basic theme. The following are some common variations. AC Compensation Capacitors While ac stabilization of the test loop is a complex topic, in general, each type of op amp has its own frequency response which mayor may not be externally adjustable. When preparing a test loop for a particular device, it is necessary to use the frequencyresponse curves of the DUT and the null amplifier to determine which stabilization scheme to use and to predict which capacitors will be required. Loop Output Noise Filter A small RC noise filter with time constant around 1 ms is usually attached to the loop output and all measurements taken through this filter. The waveforms at the filtered output often prove to be much cleaner than the unfiltered version. Source Resistors Most general-purpose op amps are tested with 10 kl! source resistors. However, op amps with very low input currents may use 50 k, 100 k, 1 M, or even 10 M resistors for improved resolution. Test Loop Gain The most common form of the test loop, with 50 kl!/ 50 I! resistor combination, gives a gain of 1000. For certain tests, usually VaS(adj), the 50 kl! is split into a 45 kl! and a 5 kl! resistor, and the 45 kl! resistor can be shorted with a relay to reduce the gain to 100. For devices with very low Vas, a feedback resistor of 500 kl! can be used to give a gain of 10,000. MOSFETs in Place of K2 and K3 Some premium devices, such as the JlA 108, JlA 156, and JlA725, have extremely low ISlAS and/or Vas. When testing these units, if reed relays are used for K2 and K3, difficulty may arise with the low-level properties of the reeds. Typical problems include thermally-generated EMFs, leakage current, and flexing of the reeds after closing. MOSFETs are usually a good substitute when reeds prove unsatisfactory. The high contact resistance of FETs (100 \!) is not detrimental if the current passing through them is small, i.e., 1 nA. Benefits include clean switching, no thermal offsets, no leakage, no bounce, no microphonics, and no mechanical wear. Conclusion Because it works so well on the bench or in conjunction with high-speed automatic testers, the basic op amp test loop circuit is used universally by manufacturers and others who must test operational amplifiers. The test loop is so accurate and easy to use that it benefits even those who test only a few units on the bench.

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FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

J..lA709
High Performance Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram B-Pin Metal Package
IN FREQ COMP

Description The J.lA709 is a Monolithic High-Gain Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It features low-offset, high-input impedance, large input common mode range, high output-swing under load and low-power consumption. The device displays exceptional temperature stability and will operate over a wide range of supply voltages with little performance degradation. The amplifier is intended for use in dc servo systems, high impedance analog computers, low level instrumentation applications and for the generation of special linear and nonlinear transfer functions. Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note) Metal Can Mini DIP DIP Flatpak Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Storage Temperature Range Metal and Flatpak Molded DIPs Operating Temperature Range Military (J.lA709A and J.lA709) Commercial (IlA 709C) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal Package, Flatpak (60 s) Molded DIPs (10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration

-IN

~-~JOUT

v-

± 18

V
Pin 4 connected to case

(Top View)

500 mW 310 mW 670mW 570mW ±5.0 V ± 10 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C

Order Information Type Package IlA709A Metal IlA709 Metal IlA709C Metal Connection Diagram B-Pin DIP

Code 5W 5W 5W

Part No. IlA709AHM IlA709HM IlA709HC

IN FREO COMP -IN +IN

IN FREO COMP

v+
OUT OUTFREO COMP

v-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA709C Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. IlA709TC

Note Rating applies to ambient temperature up to 70°C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW 1°C for metal package. B 3 mW 1°C for DIP. 7.1 mW I °C for the flatpak and 5.6 mW 1°C for the B-pin DIP.
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p,A709
Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
NC
NC IN FREO COMP -IN +IN

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1

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(Top View)

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Order Information Type Package IlA709A Flatpak IlA709 Flatpak

Code 3F 3F

Part No. IlA709AFM IlA709FM

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA709C Molded DIP Equivalent Circuit

Code 9A

Part No. IlA709PC

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R5 10 kll

INPUT FREOUENCY COMPENSATION

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j.tA709
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Characteristic (see definitions) Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Output Resistance Supply Current Power Consumption

Condition Rs:S; 10 kfl

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/-LV 1°C
6.0 20 100 200 500 750 nA

Average Temperature TA = +25°C to +125°C Coefficient of Input Offset Current TA = +25°C to -55°C Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain TA = -55°C TA = -55°C Vs = ± 15 V RS :s; 10 kfl RS :s; 10 kfl Vs = ± 15 V RL ~ 2 kfl Your = ± 10 V Vs = ± 15 V RL ~ 10 kfl Vs = ± 15 V RL ~ 2 kfl Supply Current TA = HIGH TA = LOW 25 ± 12 ± 10 85 ±8.0 80

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J.LA709
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j.tA709
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J.1A709
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Frequency Compensation Curves For All Types Open-Loop Frequency Response for Various Values of Compensation Frequency Response for Various Closed Loop Gains Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency for Various Compensation Networks
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Test Circuits Transient Response Circuit
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Note Use R2 = 50 n when the amplifier ,s operated w,th capacitive loading

Note Pon numbers on this and all succeeding circuits apply to metal can or mon, DIP package.

4-15

p,A709
Protection Circuits Output Short-Circuit Protection
R1

Input Breakdown-Protection
R1

01
R2

6

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01

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6

Pm numbers apply to metal can or mml DIP package only.

4-16

FAIRCHILD
A Sehlumberger Company

JlA714 Precision Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package

Description The JtA714 is a Monolithic Instrumentation Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It is intended for precise, low-level signal amplification applications where low noise, low drift and accurate closed-loop gain are required. The offset null capability, low-power consumption, very high-voltage gain as well as wide power-supply voltage range provide superior performance for a wide range of instrumentation applications. • • • • • • • • LOW OFFSET VOLTAGE 75 JtV LOW OFFSET VOLTAGE DRIFT 1.3 JtV/oC LOW BIAS CURRENT ± 3.0 nA LOW INPUT NOISE CURRENT 0.17 pAl yHz @ 1.0 kHz MAX HIGH OPEN LOOP GAIN 500,000 TYPICALLY LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT 2.8 nA MAX HIGH COMMON MODE REJECTION 110 dB MIN WIDE POWER SUPPLY RANGE ± 3.0 TO ± 22 V

-IN

>---(JOUT

v(Top View)

Absolute Maximum Ratings JtA714,JtA714E,JtA714C Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package Operating Temperature Range Military Commercial Pin Temperature Metal Package (Soldering, 60 s) JtA714L Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package Operating Temperature Range Military Commercial Pin Temperature Metal Package (Soldering, 60 s)

Order Information Type Package 714 Metal 714E Metal 714C Metal 714L Metal

Code 5W 5W 5W 5W

Part No. JtA714HM JtA714EHC JtA714HC JtA714LHC

±22 V

500mW ±30 V ±22 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C 300°C

± 18 V
500mW ±30 V ± 18 V -65°C to +150°C O°C to +70°C 300°C

Noles 1. Ratings applies to ambient temperature to 70 oe. Above TA = 70 0 e derate linearly 6.3 mW/oe. 4-17

2. For supply voltage less than ± 22 V, the absolute maximum Input voltage IS equal to the supply voltage.

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NEGATIVE SUPPLY

4-18

J.LA714
J.LA714 Electrical Characteristics
These specifications apply for Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C.

714
Min
Typ

Characteristic
Input Offset Voltage Long Term Input Offset Voltage Stability Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Noise Voltage Input Noise Voltage Density Input Noise Current Input Noise Current Density Input Resistance-Differential Mode Input Resistance-Common Mode Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain

Condition
(Note 3), Rs = 50 fl, VCM = 0.0 V (Note 4), RS = 50 fl, VCM = 0.0 V VCM = 0.0 V VCM = 0.0 V 0.1 Hz to 10 Hz (Note 5) fa = 10 Hz (Note 5) fa = 100 Hz (Note 5) fa = 1000 Hz (Note 5) 0.1 Hz to 10 Hz (Note 5) fa = 10 Hz (Note 5) fa = 100 Hz (Note 5) fa = 1000 Hz (Note 5)

Max
75 1.0 2.8 ±3.0 0.6 18.0 13.0 11.0 30 0.80 0.23 0.17

30 0.2 0.4 ± 1.0 0.35 10.3 10.0 9.6 14 0.32 0.14 0.12 20 60 200 ± 13.0 ± 14.0 126 110 500 500 ± 13.0 ± 12.8 ± 12.0 0.17 0.6 60 75 4.0 ±4.0 110 100 200 150 ± 12.5 ± 12.0 ± 10.5

VCM = ± 13 V, Rs = 50 fl Vs= ±3.0Vto ±18V,RS=50fl RL 2: 2.0 kfl, Va = -10 V to +10 V RL 2: 500 fl, Va = -0.5 V to +0.5 V Vs= ±3.0V RL 2: 10 kfl RL 2: 2.0 kfl RL2: 1.0kfl RL 2: 2.0 kfl AVCL = +1.0 Va = 0 V, 10 = 0 A Va = 0 V Vs = ±3.0 V, Va = 0 V Rp = 20 kfl
~

Maximum Output Voltage Swing Slewing Rate Closed Loop Bandwidth Open Loop Output Resistance Power Consumption Offset Adjustment Range

120 6.0

The following specifications apply for Vs = ± 15 V, -55°C Input Offset Voltage Average Input Offset Voltage Drift Without External Trim With External Trim Input Offset Current Average Input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Average Input Bias Current Drift Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Maximum Output Voltage Swing

TA

~

+125°C 60 0.3 0.3 1.2 8.0 ±2.0 13 ± 13.0 ± 13.5 123 106 400 ± 12.6 200 1.3 1.3 5.6 50 ±6.0 50

(Note 3), RS = fl, VCM = 0.0 V RS = 50 n, VCM = 0.0 V (Note 5), Rp = 20 kn, RS = 50 n VCM = 0.0 V VCM = 0.0 V VCM = 0.0 V VCM = 0.0 V VCM = ± 13 V, RS = 50 n Vs= ±3.0Vto ±18V,RS=50n RL 2: 2.0 kn, Va = -10 V to +10 V RL 2: 2.0 kn
4-19

106 94 150 ± 12.0

p,A714

Min

714E Typ
30 0.3 0.5 ± 1.2 0.35 10.3 10.0 9.6 "14 0.32 0.14 0.12

Max
75 1.5 3.8 ±4.0 0.6 18.0 13.0 11.0 30 0.80 0.23 0.17

Min

714C Typ
60 0.4 0.8 ± 1.8 0.38 10.5 10.2 9.8 15 0.35 0.15 0.13

Max
150 2.0 6.0 ±7.0 0.65 20.0 13.5 11.5 35 0.90 0.27 0.18

Min

714L Typ
100 0.5 5.0 6.0 10.5 10.2 9.8 15 0.35 0.15 0.13

Max
250 3.0 20 ±30

Unit
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15

50 160 ± 14.0 123 107 500 500 ± 13.0 ± 12.8 ± 12.0 0.17 0.6 60 75 4.0 ±4.0 120 6.0

8.0 ± 13.0 100 90 120 100 ± 12.0 ± 11.5

33 120 ± 14.0 120 104 400 400 ± 13.0 ± 12.8 ± 12.0 0.17 0.6 60 80 4.0 ±4.0 150 8.0

8.0

33 120

± 13.0 106 94 200 150 ± 12.5 ± 12.0 ± 10.5

± 13.0 100 90 100 50 ± 12.0 ± 11.0

± 14.0 120 104 300 150 ± 13.0 ± 12.8 ± 12.0 0.17 0.6 60 100 5.0 ±4.0 180 12

V

dB dB
V/mV

V V/IlS
MHz Q

mW mV

The following specifications apply for Vs = 45 0.3 0.3 0.9 8.0 ± 1.5 13 ± 13.0 103 90 180 ± 12.0 ± 13.5 123 104 450 ± 12.6 130 1.3 1.3 5.3 35 ±5.5 35 ± 13.0 97 86 100 ± 11.0

± 15 V, ooe :::; TA :::; 70 e
0

85 0.5 0.4 1.6 12 ±2.2 18 ± 13.5 120 100 400 ± 12.6

250 1.8 1.6 8.0 50 ±9.0 50 ± 13.0 94 83 80 ± 10.0
4·20

400 1.0 3.0

IlV Ilv/oe IlV / °e

8.0 20 ±15 35 ± 13.5 120 100 400 ± 12.6

40 100 ±60 150

nA pA/oe nA pA/oe V

dB dB
V/mV V

JLA714
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Untrimmed Offset Voltage Versus Temperature
90 > ~
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30 > ~
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16 12

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Open Loop Gain Versus Temperature
1000
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30

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TIME AFTER POWER SUPPLY TURN-ON - MINUTES

Notes 3. Input offset voltage measurements are performed by automated test equipment approximately 0.5 seconds after application of power. 4. Long term input offset voltage stability refers to the averaged trend of VOS versus time over extended periods after the first
4-21

30 days of operation. Parameter is not 100% tested. 90% of the units meet this specification. 5. Parameter IS not 100% tested; 90% of the units meet thIS specificatIon.

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Maximum Error Versus Source Resistance
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:; 12
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MATCHED OR UNMATCHED SOURCE RESISTANCE - k!1

Input Bias Current Versus Temperature
Ys = ±15 V

Input Offset Current Versus Temperature

Input Bias Current Versus Differential Input Voltage
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1000

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FREQUENCY - Hz

FREQUENCY - Hz

4-22

JLA714
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

PSRR Versus Frequency
120

Open Loop Gain Versus Power Supply Voltage
1000
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TIME fROM OUTPUT BEING SHORTED-MINUTES

4-23

JLA714
Test Circuits Offset Voltage Test Circuit
200 kO

Optional Offset Nulling Circuit
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4·24

FAIRCHIL.O
A Schlumberger Company

JlA715 High-Speed Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 1o-Pin Metal Package
COMP1A

Description The IlA715 is a High-Speed, High-Gain, Monolithic Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It is intended for use in a wide range of applications where fast signal acquisition or wide bandwidth is required. The IlA715 features fast settling time, high slew rate, low offsets and high output swing for large signal applications. In addition, the device displays excellent temperature stability and will operate over a wide range of supply voltages. The IlA715 is ideally suited for use in AID and D I A converters, active filters, deflection amplifiers, video amplifiers, phase-locked loops, multiplexed analog gates, precision comparators, sample and holds and general feedback applications requiring dc wide bandwidth operation. • HIGH SLEW RATE-100 Vllls • FAST SETTLING TIME-SOO ns • WIDE BANDWIDTH-65 MHz • WIDE OPERATING SUPPLY RANGE • WIDE INPUT VOLTAGE RANGES Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal DIP Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (IlA715) Commercial (IlA 715C) Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

v(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA 715 Metal IlA 715C Metal Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

Code 5X 5X

Part No_ IlA7 15HM IlA715HC

± 18 V
COMP1A

14 COMP2B

500 mW 670mW ± 15 V ± 15 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C 300°C

COMP1B CASCO DE -IN +IN NC NC

v+
COMP2A OUTPUT

vNC NC

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA715 Ceramic DIP IlA715C Ceramic DIP
Notes 1 Rating applies to ambient temperature up to 70°C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW I °c for metal package and 8.3 mW 1°C for the DIP. 2. For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum input voltage IS equal to the supply voltage.
4-25

Code 6A 6A

Part No. IlA715DM IlA715DC

I-LA715
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R2

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R16 300 II

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R22

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R23 3 kn

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All pin numbers shown refer to 1O-pon metal package

4-26

JLA715
ItA715 and ItA715C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Voltage Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Supply Current Power Consumption Settling Time (Unity Gain) Transient Response (Unity Gain) Rise Time Overshoot VOUT VIN RL::::: 2 kQ, VOUT ±10 Vs = + - 15 V TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified ItA715 Typ Condition Min Max Rs::s 10 kQ 2.0 70 400 1.0 ±12 75 5.5 165 7.0 210 ± 10 5.0 250 750

ItA715C Typ Min 2.0 70 0.4 1.0 ±12 75 5.5 165 800 10,000 30,000

Max 7.5 250 1.5

Unit mV nA itA MQ V Q

=

± 10 V

15,000 30,000

10 300

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= ±5 V

800 30 25 60 40

= 400 mV

30 25 70 38 10 18 100

75 50

ns
%

Slew Rate

= 100 Av = 10 Av = 1 (non-inverting) Av = 1 (inverting)
Av RS::S 10 kQ

70 38 15 18 100 7.5 250 800 750 4.0 74 92 45 300 8,000 ±13 ±10 74(3)

VIItS VIItS Vllts V I itS
10 250 750 1500 7.5 mV nA nA nA itA dB 400(1) ltV IV

The following apply for TA High to Low (Note 4) Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing

= High TA = Low TA = High TA = Low
TA RS::S 10 kQ RS ::s 10 kQ RL::::: 2 kQ, VOUT RL::::: 2 kQ

92(3) 45(3)

=

± 10 V

10,000 ±10

±13

V

Note 3. Specification applies to TA = 25°C only. 4. For I'A715 -55°C:oS TAoS 125°C For I'A715C DOC:oS TAoS 7DoC 4·27

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RL=20kn '0
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Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio as a Function of Ambient Temperature
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JLA715
Typical Performance Curves for jlA715 and jlA715C Closed Loop Frequency Response for Various Gain Configurations 80 IIJ, _I "ls lv IIII
TA 25°C

Open Loop Gain as a Function of Frequency
120
Vs +15 V TA -= 25°C
--00

Open Loop Response With Compensation Necessary for Various Closed Loop Gain Configurations
100 rrnr..-rrrrr"TTTrrr1"TT"-.-nrr1

'9

100
80

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I

40

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40
20

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,~

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9

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20

1111
GAIN 1

r 0
-20 1k 10k lOOk
FREQUENCY -

Z

IIII
-20
1k

1M
Hz

10M

10k

IIII

lOOk

1M Hz

10M

SOM

01':-k~"'-::107kJ..J..lJ'=100:'::-::'k..w-:-''::M~~1~0::MUJ.~'00 M
FREQUENCY Hz

FREQUENCY -

Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio as a Function of Frequency
>
100

Output Swing as a Function of Frequency for Various Closed Loop Gain Configurations
30 Vs ±15 v TA '" 2S°C Rl "'10 ktl

Open Loop Phase as a Function of Frequency

r-'T"TT1"-.-"TT"'-'r-TT'TT"-'-M"Tr-r-,-m

~
~

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80~+#~++ij-~~~fH~~~

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m -80

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20
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Vs=±15V TA = 25°C N COMP


50

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1111
1111

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!3 0-160
I
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15

40

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6

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II GAIN 10

II

~ -240
-320

10

i
om
01
FREQUENCY MHz

~~~~~0.Lm~U-~~~1~0~~'0~~~'
FREQUENCY kHz

o

-400 10 10
0001

0.1

1.0

10

FREQUENCY - MHz

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Frequency
100 rr1"TT"-rTTlT""'T-,-1"TT"....nTl'""T""T1"T1

Unity Gain Large Signal Pulse Response
6.0
A

Large Signal Pulse Response for Gain 10
•. 0
Vs=±15V TA = 25°C

'9

Vs=±15V TA == 25°C

~ .. I-+~+-H1+-l-+ttt-+t+tH-H1tl
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800 TIME - ns

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1200
1800

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200 400 600 800

"
FREQUENCY kHz

~

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-10

o

-1.0

1000 1200 1400 1600

T1ME- ns

4·29

JLA71S
Typical Performance Curves for ILA715 and ILA715C (Cont.) Slew Rate as a Function of the Closed Loop Gain
~ ~

Large Signal Pulse Response for Gain 100
60

Slew Rate as a Function of Supply Voltage
24

Vs
TA

-1::15 V 25"C

100

,---,-rrr-,-.--rrr-'--' Ys - :!"15 Y
I--++-H--I---I-+-I-+TA = 25°C
RL = 10kn

T,I" 2'!C
20

0

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40

I

Rl = 10 kit NO COMP

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!,..o"'l-i-'""'-H+--+--+-H-+-+---i

o

200

400

600

800

1000 1200 1400

1600

0~1-~~~~1~0-~~~~'00=-~
CLOSED LOOP GAIN

10

14

18
V

22

TIME -ns

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Voltage Follower Transient Response

Voltage Follower
v+

Voltage Offset Null Circuit
v+
50 kll

5OO~~~~-+--+--+--1-~
'" ..0 /\ 1 90M

FD100

~300f---fi--+--j--+-+--j---1
200

V"

o

100

~-II+/!-+--+-+---I--+~ f-ff,,=='=::::-l-+-+--j---1 I i RIS~I TIME
,t-r,-'O%I
50 100 150 200 250 300 350

4

51 11.0
2.0 nF
v~

+

7

nF

TIME-ns

-= -

Note Pin numbers apply to metal package.

Inverting Unity Gain Large Signal Pulse Response
2.0

High Slew Rate Circuit
5 kll

Small Signal Pulse Response Inverting Unity Gain
Vs = :!:15 V TA = 25"C VIN '-- 400 mV

TA = 25°C

Vsl~ ±1~ v
INPUT

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-6.0
~400

OUTPUT

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2.5 kll
400

:>
-400

-15 V
800 1200 1600

"
160

320

480

TIME - " ,

TIME - ns

4-30

J.LA715
Non-Inverting Compensation Components Values Closed Loop Gain 1000 100 10 (Note)
1

Frequency Compensation Circuit
C1

C1
10 pF 50pF 100 pF 500 pF

C2

C3

250 pF 500pF 2000pF 1000 pF 1000 pF
C2 C3

Note For gam 10, compensation may be simplified by removmg C2, C3 and adding a 200 pF capacitor (C4) between Pm 7 and 10

I I

Suggested Values of Compensation Capacitors as a Function of the Closed Loop Gain
Vs=±15V

z

~1000 I ~ ~

"1;-

C,

o ~ u '00

c~···.

"

..... ..... .....
....

c,

t-

Co


also give rise to the same problem and this may be decreased by the addition of a capacitance across the feedback resistance. A value of around 50 pF for unity gain configuration and around 3.0 pF for gain 10 should be adequate. Latch·Up- This may occur when the amplifier is used as a voltage follower. The inclusion of a diode between pins 6 and 2 with the cathode toward pin 2 is the recommended preventive measure.

'0, L.....L...J....L.L-,J,-o.....L...J....L.L-'oo~J.....J...u..~'ooo
CLOSED LOOP GAIN

Layout Instructions Layout- The layout should be such that stray capacitance is minimal. Supplies-The supplies should be adequately bypassed, Use of 0,1 J.!F high quality ceramic capacitors is recommended. Ringing-Excessive ringing (long acquisition time) may occur with large capacitive loads. This may be reduced by isolating the capacitive load with a resistance of 100 n. Large source resistances may

4·31

J.LA715
Typical Applications

Wide Band Video Amplifier With 75 Q Coax Cable Drive Capability
10

0.5 pF
VIDEO OUTPUT TO 75 !l COAX

'\
-10

75 !l

o dB-20

255 mVpk - pkOUT

SI-'A pk- pk

1\
10

NOISE = 2 RMS pk - fk SIG/R~S NOISE I'" 42 dB

bUT

~v

\
100

750 Jl

500 II 75 !l

-40 0001

001

01
FREQUENCY MHz

EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT FOR IMAGE ORTHICON

75 l! ~
2N3638

51 kll 750
II

10 kll

500 Jl

-=
High Speed Integrator
20 15 10

-L'F
-20V

To·l

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5 \

1 1\
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0
5 -1

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20

~

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3.0

40

5.

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4-32

FAIRCHIL.D
A Schlumberger Company

f-lA725

Instrumentation Operation Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package

Description The /lA725 is a Monolithic Instrumentation Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It is intended for precise, low level signal amplification applications where low noise, low drift and accurate closed-loop gain are required. The offset-null capability, low-power consumption, very high-voltage gain as well as wide power-supply voltage range provide superior performance for a wide range of instrumentation applications. The /lA725 is pin compatible with the popular /lA741 operational amplifier. • • • • • • • • LOW INPUT NOISE CURRENT 0_15 pAl HIGH OPEN-LOOP GAIN 3,000,000 LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT 2 nA LOW INPUT VOLTAGE DRIFT 0_6 /lV 1°C HIGH COMMON MODE REJECTION 120 dB HIGH INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE ± 14 V WIDE POWER SUPPLY RANGE ± 3 V TO ± 22 V OFFSET NULL CAPABILITY ±22 V

-IN

0----1

VHi

'JF~EQUENCY
} IOUTPUT

COMPENSATION

v(Top View)

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Votage Between Offset Null and V+ Storage Temperature Range Metal Package DIP Operating Temperature Range Military (/lA725A, /lA725) Commercial (/lA725E, /lA725C) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal Package (60 s) DIP (10 s)

Order Information Type Package /lA725 Metal /lA725A Metal /lA725C Metal /lA725E Metal Connection Diagram 8-Pin DIP

Code 5W 5W 5W 5W

Part No_ /lA725HM /lA725AHM /lA725HC /lA725EHC

500 mW 310 mW ±5V ±22 V ±0.5 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C 300°C 260°C

OFFSET NULL -IN
+IN

OFFSET NULL

v+
OUT FREQ COMP

v-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /lA725C Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No_ /lA725TC

Notes 1. Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70°C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6 3 mW / °C. 2 For supply voltages less than ± 22 V, the absolute maximum Input voltage is equal to the supply voltage.
4·33

Il A72 5
Equivalent Circuit
r---~~--~~____~~____- '______- '________-1~______~~______~________~________~__________~~7 V~

R2A 10 k!l

+
8
100 k!l

I I

R2B 10 kH

R3 29 k!1

'"""'NVR1A

42 kn

EXTERNAL

R1B

42 kH

R16

25
NON· INVERTING INPUT

n
6 OUT

01

02

INVERTING

INPUT
Rl. 45 kJl

RS 51kn

RS 24kH

R18

5.1 kil

R12 1kn

R13 15011

Rl.
300 il

~--------------~----~----~~--~------~--~---4----------~--~----~------~~v-

Pm numbers for metal package only.

4-34

J.1A725
/LA725A/E and /LA725 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage (Without external trim) Input Offset Current Input Bias Current fo = 10 Hz Input Noise Voltage fo=100Hz fo = 1 kHz fo = 10 Hz Input Noise Current Input Resistance Input Voltage Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing Output Resistance Power Consumption Vs ± 3 V RL 2: 2 k!1, VOUT = ± 10 V Rs:::; 10 k!1 RS:::; 10 k!1 RL 2: 10 k!1 RL 2: 2 k!1 ± 12.5 ±10 150 80 120 (3) 6 fo = 100 Hz fo = 1 kHz 1.5 ± 13.5 ±14 1,000 k 3,000 k 120 130 2.0 5.0 ± 12 ±10 Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified /LA725A/E Condition Rs:::; 10 k!1 Min Typ Max 0.5 5.0 75 15 12 12 1.2 0.6 0.25 /LA725 Min Typ 0.5 2.0 42 15 9.0 8.0 1.0 0.3 0.15 1.5 ± 13.5 ±14 1,000 k 3,000 k 110 120 2.0 ± 13.5 ± 13.5 150 80 105 10 Max 1.0 20 100 Unit mV nA nA nV I yHZ nV I yHZ nV I yHZ pA/yHZ pA/yHZ pA/yHZ M!1 V VIV dB /LV IV V V !1 mW

The following specifications apply for TA = THIGH and Input Offset Voltage RS:::; 10 k!1 (Without external trim) Average Input Offset Voltage Drift (Without external trim) Average Input Offset Voltage Drift (With external trim) Input Offset Current Average Input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Suppy Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing Note 3. For 725E limit IS 150 mW. TA = High TA = Low RL 2: 2 k!1, TA = High RL 2: 2 k!1, T A = Low RS:::; 10 k!1 RS:::; 10 k!1 RL 2: 2 k!1 RS = 50!1

how
0.75 2.0 2.0 1.5 5.0 mV
/LV/oC

Rs = 50!1 TA = High TA = Low

0.6

1.0 4.0

0.6 1.2 7.5 35 20 80 1,000 k 250 k 100 20 40 150 100 200

/LV/oC

nA nA pA/oC nA nA V/V VIV dB

5.0

18 90 70 180

1,000 k 500 k 110 8.0 ±10

20 ±1O

/LV IV V

4·35

IlA725
/lA725C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage (Without external trim) Input Offset Current Input Bias Current fo = 10 Hz Input Noise Voltage fo = 100 Hz fo = 1 kHz fo= 10Hz Input Noise Current Input Resistance Input Voltage Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing Output Resistance Power Consumption The following specifications apply for T A = High and Low Input Offset Voltage (Without external trim) Average Input Offset Voltage Drift (Without external trim) Average Input Offset Voltage Drift (With external trim) Input Offset Current Average input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing TA = High TA = Low RL 2: 2 kQ, TA = High RL 2: 2 kQ, TA = Low RS:::S 10 kQ RS:::S 10 kQ RL 2: 2 kQ 125 k 125 k 115 20 RS:::S 10 kQ RS = 50 Q RS = 50 Q TA = High TA'= Low 2.0 0.6 1.2 4.0
10

VS

= ± 15 V, TA =

25 ° C unless otherwise specified /lA725C Min Typ 0.5 2.0 42 15 9.0 8.0 1.0 .3 .15 1.5 Max 2.5 35 125 Unit mV nA nA nV I yIHz nV I yIHz nV I yIHz
pAl yIHz

Condition Rs:::S 10 kQ

fo = 100 Hz fo = 1 kHz

pA/yIHz pA/yIHz MQ V V/V dB 35 /lV/V V V Q 150 mW

± 13.5 ± 14
RL 2: 2 kQ, VOUT = ± 10 V RS:::S 10 kQ RS:::S 10 kQ RL 2: 10 kQ RL 2: 2 kQ 250 k 94 3,000 k 120 2.0

± 12

± 10

± 13.5 ± 13.5
150 80

3.5

mV
/lV/oC

/lV 1°C 35 50 125 250 nA nA pA/oC nA nA V/V V/V dB /lV IV V

± 10

4·36

J.LA725
Typical Performance Curves for IlA725A and IlA725 Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Temperature for Various Supply Voltages
140

Nulled Input Offset Voltage as a Function of Temperature
~

Unnulled Input Offset Voltage as a Function of Temperature
0
Vs= ±15V

.,

I~

'-J5 ""

"I

120

I ....
1-

,I--

I~~

V,

+15V

I

10

Ol-V;.

~15~

I

Vs=+10V
Vs ±5V

w

Vas

~

5,.vat25°C

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~

2kO

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50

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w
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20

02

-60

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ac

100

140

-80

-20

20

60

100

140

-20

20

60

100

140

TEMPERTURE _

TEMPERATURE -

coc

TEMPERATURE _ DC

Typical Performance Curves for IlA725E and IlA725C Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Temperature for Various Supply Voltages
Vs
±2!lV

Nulled Input Offset Voltage as a Function of Temperature
I w

Unnulled Input Offset Voltage as a Function of Temperature
0

~

100

I-ys I.

±

15IV

Vs= ±15V

'll
z ;;
w

Vs-±1SV

Vas'" 5jJ.V at 25°C


70

I

120

Vs Vs

+10V_

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0

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±5V

~
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08

100

~ o
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RL

g
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06

~

80

i
50

2kH

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60

J:

60 0 10 20 '0

40

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70

10

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10

40

50

TEMPERTURE _

ac

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TEMPERATURE _

ac

Typical Performance Curves for all Types (Unless Otherwise Specified) Input Offset Current as a Function of Temperature IlA725A and IlA725
8

Input Offset Current as a Function of Temperature IlA725C and IlA725E
8
7 6 Vs=±1SV

Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature IlA725A and IlA725
100

•\
5

7~

Vs= ±1SV

°l~
0 1,

4

\

5
4

&.

~~

Vs= +20V

,
2
1

j\

0

"20 20

2

'-......... t---...
t-10 20 30 40 50 60 70
0 1 0 -60

"
-20

~vs ='±1SV

~
Vs=

1'-60 100 140

±10~ ~
Vs == ±sJ.?

--.;::

0 60 TEMPERATURE _

0

20

.0

100

140

ac

TEMPERATURE _

ac

TEMPERATURE _ "C

4-37

p,A725
Typical Performance Curves for all Types (Cant.) Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature IlA725C and IlA725E
100 m
~

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Temperature
Vs = :t 1SV

Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio as a Function of Temperature
Vs = :t 15V

':l

80

6 1-=r-=F1--+-f-+-+-9~ol---I

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60

g 100 1-+-+---I~+-+--+~+-+-+----1

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40

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Vs == :t 15V

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Vs = ±5V

r--

20

o o

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10 40 50
"C

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~6~0~~_~20~~2~0~--6~0~L-'~0~0-L-'~40
TEMPERATURE _ °C

60

70

°6LO~-_~20~-2~0-L-~60~L-,~0~0-L-,~40
TEMPERATURE "C

TEMPERATURE -

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Temperature
>

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Supply Voltage
m
~

DC Closed Loop Voltage Gain Error as a Function of Source Resistance
0

40
36 32

Vs =

:t

20V

140 , - - , - - , - - - - , - - , - - - - , - - - , TA = 25°C 120

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w
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24

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80

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60

00 1
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6

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40 100 140 10
15
V

000 1

20

10

100

I

10k

1QOk
11

1M

TEMPERATURE - °C

SUPPLY VOLTAGE-

SOURCE RESISTANCE _

Common Mode Input Voltage Range as a Function of Supply Voltage
~
w

Input Offset Voltage Drift as a Function of Time
0

Stabilization Time of Input Offset Voltage From Power Turn On
I
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<:

20

TA = 25"C

~

16

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Vas

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:;;

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SUPPLY VOlTAGE-

--

;; ;;
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I
200 400 600 800
1000
TIME - HAS

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r-...
'ON

20

'v

TIME FROM POWER APPLICATION - MIN

4-38

JLA72S
Typical Performance Curves for all Types (Cont.) Change In Input Offset Voltage Due to Thermal Shock as a Function of Time
0
25"C

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency
10·'

Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency
+

e- I~;.c:.

II
0

J

II
t--

VS = ~15V PREVIOUS QUIESCENT _

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=

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0

1-= tTPLj
'0 40

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100

10"

-1 0

-20

60

80

"

::Ii

10"

10

100

1k
FREQUENCY Hz

10k

100k

,. ,,~mm!~
10 100 1k 10k
FREQUENCY Hz

lOOk

TIME FROM HEAT APPLICATION - S

Broad Band Noise for Various Bandwidths
0

Narrow Band Spot Noise Figure Contours
100k , Vs = ,'5V

Noise Figure as a Function of Source Resistance
4

~
~

TA
0

V~ l~j5V
25"C

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v

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10 10"
Hz

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10

10

0 100

100k
fl

SOURCE RESISTANCE -

FREQUENCY -

SOURCE RESISTANCE -

Equivalent Input Noise Voltage Due to External Common Mode Noise as a Function of Frequency

Equivalent Input Ripple Voltage Due to Power Supply Ripple as a Function of Frequency

Absolute Maximum Power Dissipation as a Function of Ambient Temperature
800

. g .
I

~
~

10'

TAl :=,2r~
10

VS -!!: 15V
I

II FREe COMPENSATION AVCL = 1 ,7

t

!

10

EXTERNAL COMMON MODE NOISE VOLTAGE

/

10V
10

z ... o. " ~

o

1V

l100mY

I.

. ~ g .
0; ... o. " !!; ...

~TA

Vs = ± 15V

1=

FREQ COMPENSATION
AVCL

=1

,=

500
;0 E

10

1111
PEAK TO PEAK POWER SUPPLY RIPPLE VOLTAGE

V
/

z
:

I 400

I"
725Aand 725 725 E and 725 C

o. o.

~

2

10

'imj(
1

~<!'~~ ~

i"

ill is
~

300

"" ~
85
"C

> " 5

~

iil

10

100

1

1k

10k
Hz

100k

1M

/

/
10

~~~ f-: v~ VlL[ '>~
100
'"Iz

~~"

~

'" '00 ~
100
0

1k

FREQUENCY -

'5

45

85

105

125

FREOUENCY -

TEMPERATURE -

4-39

ILA725
Typical Performance Curves for all Types (Cont.) Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency Using Recommended Compensation Networks Values for Suggested Compensation Networks for Various Closed Loop Voltage Gains
100.
FlL""OO

Power Consumption as a Function of Temperature
160

140

r- l"':- I-- "-

~I
z ~

120
100

20
60

I

1OOk

r4..=i2O~

~
w " ~ g

..
~

!!i •0 z 8 60 w '"
40

~-

I Ii

<i

z

I
~

10k

C1

1Ok

f1k

~C2

.L1..L
I IT
100

g
o

~

~ ~

u

~

1-

1

100 f-

R2-

R1

100

~

10

1

20
0

VS - +5V

-60

1
20
140 10 10 10

10

1

TEMPERATURE - °C

FREQUENCY - Hz

CLOSED lOOP GAIN - VIV

Frequency Response for Various Closed Loop Gains Using Recommended Compensation Networks
60
,Rt "" 10k!) C1 '" 50pF

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency for Recommended Compensation Networks
5

Slew Rate as a Function of Closed Loop Gain Using Recommended Compensation Networks
100
Vs

TA

==

25°C

I III

I
1

r
I

Vs.: ± t5V

" 0
~

<i

z

~ I

At", 47011 C1 = OOt/.F

60

I III
A1
r-~1

40
20

= 47il C1

= ot/,FI

"'" "'"
.......,

20

Av = 10,000
Av = 1000

1\ III

TA
0

+15V 25°C

II

V

5

-t

g g

R2

= 2711 C1 = OS"F = 2700 C2 "" OOtS/,F = 39n
C2 "" 021,F

"

~

0

I--R1"" tOil C1 "" 05/'F
A2

1\
TA 25 Vs = ± 15V

\

Av

f','J
1\
\
10'
Hz

Av = 10

u

ILLI
-20
10

I III L I LI

I
I

5

Av,~,'

1\

.
~
10

~

w
1

I

0

0

.........
0
10

=

1
10

.C~~
10'
FREQUENCY -

00

'V
1
10

0001 10'

10

10'

100

1000

10000

FREQUENCY - Hz

, CLoseD LOOP VOLTAGE GAIN

Compensation Component Values R1

Av
10,000 1,000 100 10 1

(Q)

C1 (ILF) 50 pF .001 .01 .05 .05

R2
(Q)

C2 (ILF)

Voltage Offset Null Circuit

Frequency Compensation Circuit
R3

v+

10 k 470 47 27 10

270

.0015 .02

39

Use R3 = 51 II when the amphfler IS operated with capacitive load.

4·40

p,A725
Transient Response Test Circuit
50 kll

Transient Response
1200

> 800
E

6
VOUT

" ~
> ... =>
0 0

w

I
40 0

90%

/

/
VS"" ±15V TA"" 25°C

~ =>

100/~
o
-400

RL "" 2 kll CL '" 150pF

47 II

2 kll

150 pF

RISIETljE

AVi L=

to

J
-=
Typical Applications Precision Amplifier

0.1 ~F

I
TIME-",s

Pm numbers are shown for metal package only.

-=

AVCL = 1000
50 Mll 10 kll

500 kll

90 kll 6
eOUT

.,N

500 kll

50 Mil

1
.001 470 II

~F

Pin numbers are shown for metal package only.

Characteristics AV = 1000 = 60 dB DC Gain Error = 0.05% Bandwidth = 1 kHz for -0.05% error Dill. Input Res. = 1 Mil Typical amplifying capability elN = 10 IJ.V on VCMI = 1.0 V Caution: Minimize Stray Capacitance


'3
f

Active Filter-Band Pass With 60 dB Gain
ex

Active Filter Frequency Response
100

A,
80

+.
~

DC)(2' C,/C.) (
2 R3

1 )
12rrfo C3

Rs

-r

I
~ I z <I
1-+10 80 Rx 40 Ry

1
2;rR,C • ..JC;iC;

I

" ~
~

~

!il
I
~

Q=1/21~

I

I \ I
I

20

~DCGAIN
Av. DC
loX102
~-

1

-'-510

Rx + Ay + R4

Tr 250C
10 X 102

1

lox101

lox10

NORMALIZED FREQUENCY

Pin numbers are shown for metal package only.

4-41

Il A725
Photodiode Amplifier
Cl
R2'
R4' 100 !l
.--~VV'lr--

10,000

+--__--JVI/v---.............--~.......WIr_-l,OOO
lM!l INPUT
R7

R~~I~E

----, - 100 SELECT

-b

R3' 100 k!l

RS' 10 k!l

10

CALIBRATE OUTPUT TO RECORDER
R14' 100 !l

FPT 102 OR CoB \ \ JUNCTION OF FPT 100

200 !l C2 220 pF

RS'
9.1 k!l

-15 V

I
R2'
511 kfl

C3 100 pF

Rl0 510 !l DC GAINS = 10,000, 1,000; 100, AND 10 BANDWIDTH = DETERMINED BY VALUE OF Cl

Notes 'Indicates ± 1% metal film resistors recommended for temperature stability. Pin numbers are shown for metal package only.

Thermocouple Amplifier
Cl 500 pF

± 100 V Common Mode Range Differential Amplifier
Rl 50 k!l
R3 5k!l

39 !l
R4
~--~JVI/v~~

OUTPUT

INPUTS

5 k!l

200fl

R4 5'kfl

REFERENCE THERMOCOUPLE

C2 100 pF
R7

.,':,; ,:~I;:, ,: -::
-=-=Rl R2

'0. ,." eM'
+ (3..£!2.) R3

+

--vv..--.,
50 k!l
]>--~~--

OUTPUT

= R4 = R5
R2
R6

39 !l
5 k!l

Gain = DC GAINS = 1000 BANDWIDTH = DC TO 540 Hz EQUIVALENT INPUT NOISE = 0.24 IlVrms

Pin numbers are shown for metal package only.

Notes 'Indicates ± 1% metal film resistors recommended for temperature stability. Pin numbers are shown for metal package only.

4·42

f.£A725
Instrumentation Amplifier With High Common Mode Rejection
R2

10 kll

Rl 47 kll

R6
100 kll

~--~~~--

OUTPUT

INPUTS

R3 10 kll

270 II

R5

10 kll
R7 100 kll

Rl R6

R3 R4 for best CMRR

R3; R4 Rl ;R6; 10R3 Gam;

R7

R6

Pm numbers are shown for metal package only.

4-43

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

JlA739 • JlA749 Dual Audio Operational Amplifier / Preamplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram a-Pin Metal Package
y+

Description The p,A739 and p,A749 consist of two identical HighGain Operational Amplifiers constructed on a single silcon chip using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These 3-stage amplifiers use Class A PNP transistor output stages with uncommitted collectors. This enables a variety of loads to be employed for general purpose applications from dc to 10 MHz, where two high performance operational amplifiers are required. In addition, the outputs may be wired-OR for use as a dual comparator or they may function as diodes in low threshold rectifying circuits such as absolute value amplifiers, peak detectors, etc. • • • • • • • SINGLE OR DUAL SUPPLY OPERATION LOW POWER CONSUMPTION HIGH GAIN, 25,000 V IV LARGE COMMON MODE RANGE, +11 V, -13 V EXCELLENT GAIN STABILITY VS. SUPPLY VOLTAGE NO LATCH-UP OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTED

y(Top View) Pm 4 connected to case.

IS

Order Information Type Package p,A749D Metal Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

Code 5W

Part No. p,A749DHC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage (p,A749, p,A749C, p,A739)
(p,749D)

± 18 V
± 12 V
500mW 650mW ±5V

Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) (p,A749, p,A749C, p,A739) (p,A749D) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package and Ceramic DIP Molded DIP Operating Temperature Range Pin Temperature Metal Package, Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration, TA = 25°C (Note 3)

± 15 V ± 12 V
-65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C 300°C 260°C 30 seconds

(TOp View)

Notes 1. Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70·C. Above 70·C ambient derate linearly at 8.3 mW I·C for the Ceramic DIP. 2 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 3. Short circuit may be to ground or either supply 4·44

Order Information Type Package p,A739C Ceramic DIP p,A739C Molded DIP p,A749C Ceramic DIP p,A749C Molded DIP

Code 6A 9A 6A 9A

Part No. p,A739DC p,A739PC p,A749DC p,A749PC

J.lA739 • J.lA749
Equivalent Circuit
V+
14

R6 200 II

R5
9 kll

R25 9 kll

R26 200 II

07 05

R1 10 kll

R2 10 kll

R9 15 kll

R21 10 kll

R22 10 kll

027 025

1
OUTPUT

13

A

I I I
06 026

I I

OUTPUT B

I
". 5k

(pA739~
only)

l 5 k <.
I I I L_

l

R4 1.7 kll

R24 1.7kll

1~~
I

--'
3 4

10 11

12
OUTPUT LAG B

OUTPUT LAG A

'-v-"
INPUT LAG A NON-INVERTING INPUT A

V6
INVERTING INPUT A

INVERTING INPUT B

'-v-"
9

INPUT LAG B

NON-INVERTING INPUT B

Pm numbers for DIP only.

4-45

JlA739·

~A749

IlA749C, IlA749D and IlA739E Electrical Characteristics V+ = ± 15 V, RL = 5 kn to Pin 7, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified

Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Large Signal Voltage Gain Positive Output Voltage Swing Negative Output Voltage Swing Output Resistance Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Input Voltage Range Internal Power Dissipation Supply Current Broadband Noise Figure Turn On Delay (See Figure 3) Turn Off Delay (See Figure 3) Slew Rate (unity gain) (See Figure 2) Channel Separation (See Figure 4) Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Supply Current

Condition RS =200 n

VOUT = ± 10 V

f = 1.0 kHz RS = 200 n, VIN = +11.5 V to -13.5 V RS = 200 n

VOUT = 0 VOUT = 0 Rs = 10 kn, BW = 10Hz to 10kHz Open Loop, VIN = ± 20 mV Open Loop, VIN = ± 20 mV Cj = 0.02 IlF, Rj = 33 n, C2 = 10 pF Rs = 1 kn, f = 10 kHz Rs = 200 n

The following specifications apply for V+ = ±4.0 V, RL = 10 kn to Pin 7, TA = 25°C

,

VOUT = 0 VOUT = 0 VOUT = ±2.0 V

Internal Power Dissipation Large Signal Voltage Gain Positive Output Voltage Swing Negative Output Voltage Swing

The following specifications apply for TA = THIGH to TLOW, Vs = ± 15 V, RL = 5 kn to Pin 7. Large Signal Voltage Gain Positive Output Voltage Swing Negative Output Voltage Swing Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Offset Voltage Drift Rs = 200 n TA = HIGH TA = LOW TA = HIGH TA = LOW RS = 200 n, +25°C:::; TA:::; HIGH RS = 200 n, LOW:::; TA:::; +25°C VOUT = ± 10 V, TA = HIGH VOUT= ±10V,TA=LOW

4-46

f.LA739 • f.LA749

/LA749C
Min

/LA749D vee = ±6 V
RL = 10 K

/LA739C
Min

Typ
1.0 50 0.3

Max

Min

Typ
1.0 50 0.3

Max

Typ
1.0 50 0.3

Max

Units

6.0 750 1.5 50 10,000 +4.5 -5.5 70 350 + 11 -4 2.0 330 14

10 600 1.5 37 6,500 +12 -14 70 100 +2.5 -10

6.0 1000 2.0

mV nA /LA
kll

50 15,000 +12 -14 70 -13

150 50,000 +13 -15 5.0 90 50 180 9.0 2.5 .2 .3 1.0 140 6.0 50 .3 2.5 20 600 1.5

150 20,000 +5.0 -6.0 10 90 50

150 20,000 +13 -15 5.0 90 50 +11 9.0 2.0 .2 .3 1.0 140 1.0 50 300 2.5 20 6.0 1000 14

V/V V V
kll
dB

3.0 2.5 .2 .3 1.0 140

4.5

/LV/V V mW mA
dB
/LS /LS

V//1-S
dB

15,000 +2.5 -3.6 8,000 15,000 +12 -14

60,000 +2.8 -4.0 40,000 50,000 +13 -15 1.0 .05 .05 .3 .3 3.0 3.0 9.0 1.5 1.5 3.0 3.0

2,500 +2.5 -3.6

15,000 +2.8 -4.0

mV nA /1-A mA mW V/V V V V/V V/V V V mV /LA /1-A /1-A /1-A /1-V /oC /LV/oC

4-47

J.LA739 • J.LA749
j.tA749C, j.tA749D and j.tA739C Electrical Characteristics (Cont.) V+ = ± 15 V, RL = 5 kfl to Pin 7, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified

Characteristics Input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Drift Supply Current Internal Power Dissipation

Condition +25°C LOW LOW
~ ~

~

TA
~ ~

TA TA

+25°C HIGH

VOUT = 0, TA =HIGH

= LOW VOUT = 0, TA = HIGH VOUT = 0, TA = LOW
VOUT = 0, TA Rs = 200 fl VOUT = ±2.0 V, TA = VOUT = ±2.0 V, TA =

The following specifications apply for THIGH to T LOW, Vs = ± 4.5 V, RL = 10 kfl to Pin 7. Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Positive Output Voltage Swing Negative Output Voltage Swing Typical Performance Curves for j.tA749C and j.tA739C Open Loop Frequency Response Using Recommended Compensation Networks
90

Closed Loop Gain as a Function of Frequency
70 rT11T-rrTTrTTr"--rr=v+:-o -::,,,,"'''''V

!II
I

i-t+fi''-r'"rnA-i'i-r;.:.:.r-t*lAL 5kfl

ITA ~ 25°C ==

TO PIN 7

!II
:;;

. "
~
~

~

.0 1-ttH-+Htf-+-t+tt-f-++W~Hf1-1
301-++H-+H+H--++++-H-+l+-lt-1tHl-l

~

60

r-.
i'

r--

~OoO~~~q +"'' .'. <0 . ~~
~(.~."-«

.o~~+Jl-

Output Capability as a Function of Frequency and Compensation w 100 r-rm--.-rrnr-r-rrn-rr-rv ",+-.-+,"","".V""'
...

g
o

~ 50~~~~~~~~~T~'~2~'~'CJ 20
RL 5 kll TOPIN7

. " .
o o o

.
o

~

1\"--

~ 101-t~+-Htf-+~*-~~~~rl

30 300 pF. A1 - 470 , R1 = 150 C, =001 ",F,R, =33£ 0 C, = 0 1 ",F, R1 = 4.7 n

r-.

~ ~

c, -

'>
v+

c,

= 1000 pF,

! 'O~~~~~~#-~~~~~
FREQUENCY Hz

1/

r...
= ±15 V TA .:= 25°C AL = SkU

~ o

~

~
.. O.

Av

=

60 dB, C, "" 300 pF,

H-ttt-+-t-ffi---fRl =470 nf1tt-b"I>f9<t-ft'II
Av "" 40 dB, C, = 0 001 I-'F,

II!
-30

lllL lULll
'00
II!I
1k

i:I

it Av

20 dB,

!~_Al""'50ttli:rt~:ma c, R~!~;~' h
eo

IIII I I
'0 •
100 k
Hz FREQUENCY -

TO PIN 7

=
:E

'M

'OM

o. ~ !:: ••:LU"-:":-..!..l.J.'-::,-=-.:-'...llJ.::,.'=".::'-.=:',:;"M
FREQUENCY Hz

Av =0 dB,C,

0.1 /IF, Rl ""4.7 n

=':-!,.

M

Open Loop Phase Shift Without Compensation

Channel Separation as Function of Frequency
20. ,.....,-n.,...,'-'-...,.,.,r-T-rTTT-r-,-,..,.,.....,

Change of AC Characteristics With Temperature
2 ••
=

i"-60

Y+ - ;+-15 v TA '" 25°C AL "'" 5kn PIN 7

H-+fHH-i+H-++++-TA

v+

o

!II
I

'50

H-t+H-+-++H-++++- TO PIN 7
"..

::t15 V == AL == 5kH

25°C

,.S ,"~
'.2

'\

v+ = :±-15 v RL=5kHTO PIN 7
.~

P

r\ \
!\
1k

1 -120

t:

:

~

'~~-H~~,+i~q-++#-+-++~

I'

~ w-18 0 :1

i ~
10 M

~

II:

eo ~ ~~-H~~~~-t+H~-ttH~

••
•• • ...
-2.

.... ~

SLEW RATE

-...[
BANDWIDTH

....
140

-240

-300

100

10 k

100 k
Hz

1M

s.
TEMPERATURE _ °C

100

FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCY -

Hz

4·48

p,A739 • p,A749

~A749C

~749D

RL Min Typ .5 2.0 4.0 10 10 100 200 1.5 50 8,000 15,000 +2.5 -3.6 +2.8 -4.0 7.0 1,000 Max

= 10 K

vee = ±6 V
Typ Max

~A739C

Min

Min

Typ

Max

Units nA/oe nA/oe nA/oe mA mA mW mW mV nA

VIV VIV V V
~A749D

Typical Performance Curves for


I
~

Closed Loop Gain as a Function of Frequency
70

Open Loop Frequency Response Using Recommended Compensation Networks
90

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency for Various Compensation Networks
10 50 V+ =- ±IV r" = 25 G e 10ktl

i ..
I
~

C,'~,..I.~.I~~ =1.~lr\

c~I!~.J~~~!R,I =I~ n .. co

~

so

[[ [ [ [ [i r
I [1111111 II

....

Y+ = ±IV TA '" 25°C
RL

= 10kll

!Il
I
Z

ao
70

Y+ - ±6V

~ Ii!
~ o

\

30

i
U

.0
10
0

cl,1 ~ ~..J. ~J.~, ~ ~ ~l

\

i
;;!
Z
~

w " "

:c a.
50 40
30

\
10 k 100 k 1M
Hz

iii "

.0 10

;;!


t' '.

'.

q~

~ ~~,...
~..

TA=25°C RL=10kll
D

RL

'~

""'!-fI: .~~

'. '"
~

~

~

~

> I ~ '0

THD-05'A1

I
CI

'" '"
\

,

"
on
-10
100 M
1k 10 k

I
I
100 k 1M
Hz

!\
10 M 100 M

. .. " .. "
0

~
~

> 10
05

'

',,-.~

\'.!,

0

~~~-

~\
-.;.

on

0.' 01 100

~~

-10 1k

10 M

,.

~

10.
FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCY -

FREOUENCY -

Hz

I
.~
100 •

~ ~;-

... "'"

,

11- -

1M

Open Loop Voltage Gain As a Function of Supply Voltage

Open Loop Voltage Gain As a Function of Load Resistance
5

Typical Output Voltage As a Function of Supply Voltage
2

oI- ~~ ~ ~~zv RMS
~

z co ~ .. 35
t! " g .
30

I

45 ......

~~T~;1~4

~

;;k ~
f-

ai-- RL TO PIN4

Tl

25 0

h
..........:

i/
/

25

/

9
~

20
5

1-4
V

.s=~

t
~
20

• •
a
4 0

~\.-..,'lSl. ~'J.II.'f.\.'

./.

o
5

1/

V '"
1.
4·49

It

....~

~

~ ,..C
,.

~

I--- I--

Vs _+4V

o
SUPPLY VOLTAGEV

"'v"-

1.

I

,.
-:.-,,----.---~

LOAD RESISTANCE - kfl

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

~y

-.-----~.-.~

~-.--

JlA739· JlA749
Typical Performance Curves for ,uA749D (Cont.) Open Loop Gain As a Function of Temperature Total Supply Current As a Function of Supply Voltage
16

Total Power Dissipation As a Function of Supply Voltage and Load
300

vo'_-o I

"I z
0 0

60

"
w

r----.
*201.;1)1;:

E "'

14 r-TA-25QC RL TQPIN4

~
~
~

40

Nvr--..
-6V_

f--

I
u
~

~

12
10

0

3

--ro

iii
l'
~

~

V V

/f

o.'c'

?

1 1,_-- 7"'" 1

r-- ~~ Pt~
f--vo=ov

TO 4 TA =25°C

/ /' <-~X V "L ~'v:-9
V;~_10'Y

~

E

~~~~~

~ 0

2{)

Rc- 10k!l

v,

R, - 51 kJl Vc

r---:;t-- rw
0

g

...-...-

oL--J~-l

o

Oc 24 kJl v, '. V __- L__~__~__~~
~ ~

-

I - ---t\-~'()~ I - -r;;: -20kJl
10

--

0

z

I 2••

in !!!

£
c
~

.p/

V

11
o F4

~

100

./

10

~

I

~ >--....-: l:::::== Fo-

V

V ..- r--

~ t--I
10

12

TEMPERATURE _

c

SUPPLY VOLTAGE - ±V

SUPPLY VOLTAGE _

-.-v

Typical Performance Curves for ,uA749 and ,uA749C Common Mode Range As a Function of Supply Voltage Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency
10.
50
V+ = ±15 V

Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency
10.

" ~ " ~
Z
W

I" w

Rs = 100 n
TA = 25"C

~
~
101-50

w

~
C

.~ "
w
W .,

100
1k
FREQUENCY Hz

li > i

5'
10

As = 100 n TA = 25°C

v1

~'±\!'v

.ili
:J
~ ~

5'
......
1.0

~

0

0 0

z

~

<; z

10 05

" c "
U

"' ~
10
4

"' <; z

W

"' ili
10

r--r--.
10 10'
1k
FREQUENCY - Hz

0.1
10
SUPPLYVQLTAGE-

12

10k

100 k

..

1

10k

100 k

-v

Absolute Maximum Power Dissipation as a Function of Temperature
800 I

Open Loop 180· Phase Shift Frequency as a Function of Supply Voltage

Common Mode Range as a Function of Supply Voltage
=

-I

f--+-+-I'--t-+-+--tRL 5k!l TO PIN 7

TA "'" 25°C

> I

z " ~
w
0

w

\
749C

2

V

>

o o o

~
w

0
1

74"

~ z

" o " o
SUPPLY YOl T AGE -

0 -60

1

-20

20

60

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -

'"

140
SUPPLY VOLTAGE - V

"C

:tv

4-50

JlA 739 • JlA 749
Typical Performance Curves for #A749 and IlA749C (Cant.) Typical Output Voltage as a Function of Supply Voltage
32

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Load Resistance

Total Supply Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
YOUT = 0

.. " !:i . ,.
I
2•

>

t-- AL TO PIN 7

T.' = ,,·b

....~
'/'
,,"""

>

0

:0 :0

~

0

.; ~

" ~
~

AV
~

..

'fr1--~

.,..'>-

,.

~V

/ /'

~

TA == 25°C

'

. " ~ .g
o

z

I

~

~ II:
u
:0

.
I
>-

~

16r-_'+'T_O __ PlrN_'~r-~__~
12~-+--t--~~9---+--t--1

~

iil

t

~
2

e
°0~-~-~~1~0-·:'~2-~-~~'.·
LOAD RESIST ANeE kn SUPPLY VOLTAGE :tV

~

o

10

12

14
±V

16

18

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Total Power Dissipation as a Function of Supply Voltage and Load

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage

Open Loop Gain as a Function of Temperature
200
YOUT = 05 Vrms

175r--,--,-..,..--r-.,--..---.
~
150

.=

TA = HOC

Your = 0 5 Vrms 1 kHz AL TO PIN 7


'40

~ 180 - '00

Y+"'" :t15 y

~ '25~-t--+--t-+~~'f--t--l

.
o
z ~ o

~ g
~

100

7'r-~1-~~~~~-4--+-~

~ 120 " 100 §
>

z ,.0

10-

0

AL TO PIN 7

1

.. o

eo
0
40 ,
20

'"
20

~'l>

."

1

~ ~

....
-20

!'·~·:J'fJ If(",;r::;.. - ~
~
RL-25kn

A
1

r - I-

o

,.
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -:tV SUPPLY VOLTAGE -!:.Y

0
16 18

.

~

'00

TEMPERATURE _ °C

Typical Performance Curves for #A739C Input Offset Current and Bias Current as Functions of Temperature
05

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency

Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency

\

:::

~15V_

00

1\
/'
70.

\

~~ ;I~;n

_

"~ ., 10-21~Im~~i~~~~f]~~
Ys As ±15 v 100 n

'1
I

o'
02

~ 10-221ij~~aiiii~~i~ !!i ~
!!

TA

25°C

§
U

~ II:
1

"749C

~

10-23 1.-11-hf+--f-Hf+-++I++-+-++HH

I ,......

r-BIAS CURRENT

, 1

I
1\
00

nI
140
FREQUENCY Hz

!

.
II:

~ ~

10-24 Hl-hf+--+"N:I+-++I++-+-++HH

o

....

-..1. J"'""-- ...i..
-20 20

\

OFFSET CURRENT

~ 10-25 Hl-hf+--f-Hf+-++I++-+-++HH

100

:I

~ ~Ef~~f3~~~~~~3f~
~ 'O-26~ 10
100 1k 10k
FREQUENCY Hz

lOOk

TEMPERATURE _ °C

4·51

J,LA739 • J,LA749
Typical Performance Curves for ILA739C (Cont.) Wide Band Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Temperature Wide Band Input Noise Current as a Function of Temperature
••• ,.--,--,--..,...--r---.--,----.
-

Common Mode Range as a Function of Supply Voltage

I--+-+-+--vs .", 100 ±15 Y As n
=

BW

-==

20 TO 50 kHz

1.

'50

u
0

.ill . " .
I !!

,~

z

50

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

10

20

30

40

50

80

70
SUPPLY VOLTAGE V

TEMPERATURE _ "C

TEMPERATURE -"C

Typical Output Voltage as a Function of Supply Voltage

Output Capability as a Function of Supply Voltage

Total Supply Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
Yo = 0 TA = 25"C

~
>

,.~_RL+T_O_P~'N~7_+­

I
~ u

I

z "

~

12r--+--b~~~.

~

I
·4~~--~--'~.--~"~-'~4--~'~.~'.·
SUPPLY VOLTAGE tV
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

i iii

~
tV

..

~~-~-,~.-~,~.-,~.-~,.~~,.
SUPPLY VOLTAGE ±Y

Total Power DisSipation as a Function of Supply Voltage and Load
Yo = 0 TA = 25°C -l--+-4-h~v---l RL TO PIN 7

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage

••• •••

vol •••

1= 10kHz

t.,_
-

Open Loop Gain as a Function of Temperature 40.
Vs '" :t1S Y

..... 1--+-+----11E

i

2

z

I
.~I--+-+--~7t.

.

z

~ 15k

ii ••• I---l---l7~ffL,j,L-+-+---i
~ '~I-~~~~+--I--+-+---i

I

" ~

10 k

-:::

....... i-"'"

10

~:;02~~~

~~ ~OOk~=rms_
3D

RL TO GND

........

~
RL RL

AL - 10 kH 5 kU 3 kU

.. •
,. •
16 18

r---....

~
AL

.........

t-

",1 10 kll

••
•4

10

12

14
±V

1.

18

12

14

W

20

~

~

~

60

rn

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

tV

TEMPERATURE -"C

4-52

J.LA739 • J.LA749
Typical Performance Curves for Input Offset Current and Bias Current as a Function of Temperature
~739C

(Cont.)

..• ... .........
03

Vs=±1SV

c

i

........

·'<4e

5.2
.,
I-- '=== 0,..
10 20 30

~

~~",.

-r--

RENT
40 50 10 70

TEMPERATURE _ °C

Typical Applications Stereo Phono Preamplifier-RIAA Equalized
+30 V

0.0022 "F

0.1 "F

t
470 kll 150 kll 150 kll 9

0.0022 "F


5 "F/25 V

5 "F/25 V

OUTPUT A -

....-_tl-:-+....~~

>1~3.....+-Ifo-_""'- OUTPUT B

lMll

-=- 1 Mll

~¥~.' :::
kll 11.2kll
INPUTA INPUTB

~"""-I'v---'

-=-

Typical Performance
Gain 40 dB at 1 kHz, RIAA equalized Input overload paint, 80 mV rms Noise Level, 2 p.V referred to Input Signal to noise ratio, 74 dB below 10 mW Channel separation @ 1 kHz, 80 dB

4·53

f.LA 739 • f.LA 7 49
Typical Applications (Cont.) Stereo Tape Preamplifier
1.5M
TAPE HEAD

1.2 kll

80
V+ = 12 V

I

100~F/15V
III

~~
70

r-....

5

~F/9

V

'"
Z

,,~

>----<II>------lr--

;;:
CI CI

60

w

750 kll 5000 pF 4000 pF

10 kll

o
>
40

~

50

~ i'.

15 kll

100 1.2

1000
FREQUENCY - kHz

10,000 20,000

Mil
TO SIDE B ":;"

OPTIONAL FEEDBACK TONE COMPENSATION

Typical Performance Gain at 1 kHz Output Voltage Swing Power Consumpllon

60 dB 2.8 V rms 30mW

4·54

I=AIRCHIL.O
A Schlumberger Company

J-LA741
Operational Amplifier
Linear Products

Description The ~A741 is a high performance Monolithic Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It is intended for a wide range of analog applications. High common mode voltage range and absence of latch-Up tendencies make the ~A741 ideal for use as a voltage follower. The high gain and wide range of operating voltage provides superior performance in integrator, summing amplifier, and general feedback applications. • • • • NO FREQUENCY COMPENSATION REQUIRED SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION OFFSET VOLTAGE NULL CAPABILITY LARGE COMMON MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGES • LOW POWER CONSUMPTION • NO LATCH-UP

Connection Diagram S-Pin Metal Package
NC

-IN

>-~DOUT

v(Top View)

PIn 4 connected to case

Connection Diagram 1o-Pln Flatpak
NC -OFFSET NULL -IN +IN

1 • 2

10
NC

9 8

NC v+

Order Information Type Package ~A741 Metal ~A741A Metal ~A741C Metal ~A741E Metal Connection Diagram S-Pin DIP


Code
5W 5W 5W 5W

Part No.
~A741HM ~A741AHM

~A741HC ~A741EHC

4
OUT

v-

5

6

+OFFSET NULL -OFFSET NULL -IN NC v+ OUT +OFFSET NULL

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ~A741 Flatpak ~A741A Flatpak

Code 3F 3F

Part No.
~A741FM ~A741AFM

+IN

v-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ~A741C Molded DIP ~A741C Ceramic DIP

Code
9T 6T

Part No.
~A741TC ~A741RC

4·55

------

--------

/lA741
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage
~A741A,~A741,~A741E ~A741C

±22 V

± 18 V
500MW 310 mW 570mW ±30 V ± 15 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C

Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Flatpak Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package and Flatpak DIP

Operating Temperature Range Military (~A741A, ~A741) -55°C to +125°C Commercial (~A741E, ~A741C) O°C to +70°C Pin Temperature (Soldering 60 s) Metal Package, Flatpak, and Ceramic DIP Molded DIP (10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3) Indefinite

~--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Equivalent Circuit
INVERTING INPUT

r1~-------r----~--------~----------~---'--------------------~~V+

NON· INVERTING INPUT

R6

27

n
OUTPUT

R7

22 n

OFFSET NULL

OFFSET NULL

Notes
1 Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70·C. Above 70·e ambient derate linearly at 6 3 mW /·e for the metal package, 7.1 mW /·C for the flatpak, and 5.6 mW /·e for the DIP 2 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum Input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 3 Short circUit may be to ground or either supply Rating applies to +125·e case temperature or 75·e ambient temperature.

4·56

J-LA741
/.LA741 and /.LA741C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic

Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified
/.LA741 Condition Min /.LA741C

Typ
1.0 20 80

Max

Min

Typ
2.0 20 80 30

Max

Unit

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Power Supply Rejection Ratio Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Output Short Circuit Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (Unity Gain) Slew Rate

RS S

10 kQ

5.0 200 500 150 .3

6.0 200 500 150

mV nA nA /.LV/V Mil pF mV V dB mA Q V V

Vs Vs

= +10, = +20,

-20 -10 V, Rs

= 50 Q
.3

30 2.0 1.4 ±15

2.0 1.4 ± 15

±12 Rs S 10 kQ 25 RL 2: 2 kQ, VOUT RL 2: 10 kQ RL 2: 2 kQ 1.7 50 VIN = 20 mV, RL CL S 100 pF 2.8 85 70

±13 90 25

10 V

50k

200k 75

20k ±12 ±10

200k 75 ±14 ±13 1.7 50 .3 5.0 1.0 .5 2.8 85

mA mW
/.LS

IRise Time IOvershoot

= 2 kQ,

.3 5.0 1.0 .5

%

Bandwidth (Note 4) RL 2: 2 kQ

MHz V//.Ls

Notes 4 Calculated value from BW(MHz)

=

035 Rise Time (I's)

5 All VCC = 15 V for I'A741 and I'A741C 6. Maximum supply current for all devices 25°C = 28 rnA 125°C = 2.5 rnA -55°C = 33 rnA 4·57

J.LA741
ILA741 and ILA741C Electrical Characteristics (Cant.) The following specifications apply over the range of -55 ° C :::; TA :::; 125 ° C for ILA741 , O°C <: TA <: 70°C for ILA741C ILA741 Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Condition RS:::; 10 kf! Min Typ 1.0 7.0 85 .03 .3 ± 12 Rs:::; 10 kf! 70 ±13 90 ± 15 Vs Vs RL RL RL ± 15 150 Max 6.0 300 Input Offset Current 200 500 800 Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Adjustment for Input Offset Voltage Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing Large Signal Voltage Gain Supply Current Power Consumption .5 1.5 ILA741C Typ Min Max 7.5 Unit mV mV nA nA nA nA ILA ILA V dB mV ILV / V V ±10 15k 1.5 2.0 45 60 2.5 3.3 75 100 mA mA mW mW ±13 V

= +125°C TA = -55°C
TA

= +125°C TA = -55°C
TA

= +10, = +20,
~ ~

-20; -10 V, RS

= 50 f!
± 12 ±10 10 V 25k

30 ± 14 ± 13

10 kf! 2 kf!

= 2 kf!, VOUT = ± TA = +125°C TA = -55°C TA = +125°C TA = -55°C

Notes 0.35 4 Calculated value from BW(MHz) = Rise Time (I's) 5. All VCC = 15 V for I'A741 and I'A741C. 6. Maximum supply current for all devices 25°C = 28 rnA 125°C = 2.5 rnA -55°C = 33 rnA 4·58

JlA741
JlA741A and JlA741E Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Average Input Offset Voltage Drift Input Offset Current Average Input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Short Circuit Current Power Consumption Input Impedance Large Signal Voltage Gain Transient Response (Unity Gain) Bandwidth (Note 4) Slew Rate (Unity Gain) VIN I Rise Time I Overshoot .437 Vs RS Vs 30 3.0 Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified. JlA741A/E Condition Rs
S;

Min

Typ 0.8

Max 3.0 15 30 0.5 80 50 40 150

Unit mV
JlV/oC

50 Il

nA
nA/oC

nA
JlV/V

= +10, = 50 Il

-20; Vs

= +20 V,

-10 V, 10

15 25 80 1.0 50 6.0 200 0.25 6.0 1.5 0.7

mA mW Mil V/mV

= Vs = ±20 V Vs = ± 20 V, RL = 2 kll, VOUT = ± 15 V
±20 V

0.8 20

JlS %

MHz
V/Jls

10 V
S;

0.3 TA
S;

The following specifications apply over the range of -55°C and DoC S; TA S; 70°C for the 741E. Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Common Mode Rejection Ratio Adjustment For Input Offset Voltage Output Short Circuit Current Power Consumption Input Impedance Output Voltage Swing Vs Vs Vs Vs Vs

125°C for the 741A, 4.0 70 210 mV nA nA dB mV 40 165 135 150 0.5 mA mW mW mW Mil V V V/mV V/mV V/mV

= = ±20 V

±20 V, VIN

15 V, RS

= 50 Il

80 10 10

95

= ±20 V =
±20 V

JlA741A JlA741E

I-55°C I +125°C

= ±20 V

IRL = 10 kll IRL = 2 kll
= 2 kll, = 2 kll,

±16 ±15 32 10

Large Signal Voltage Gain

Vs = ± 20 V, RL VOUT = ± 15 V Vs = ± 5 V, RL VOUT = ±2 V

Notes 4. Calculated value from' BW(MHz)

=

0.35 Rise Time (I's)

5. All VCC = 15 V for I'A741 and I'A741C 6. Maximum supply current for all devices 25°C = 28 rnA 125°C = 25 rnA -55°C = 33 rnA 4-59

JLA741
Typical Performance Curves for I'A741A and I'A741 Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
"5

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage

Input Common Mode Voltage as a Function of Supply Voltage

"0
'1105

~A =' ..·b
/ ~

••
>

~

I
" !

3.
32 24

-5S0C $: TA -ALl2kll

~

+12SoC

/'
/' /'

I

." ..
§!

~ 100

"'~

~ 28

"
'" ~
o
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>

.. ,
11
~ 12
1

• •
8

-5SoC i= TA

S;

+125 C
Q

/' /
/

Y

~

~

90

V

""
12
SUPPLY VOLTAGE ±V

3
~

5 2•
16

/'

6 12
~
18

8. 2.

8
4

./

/'

10

,.
~v

~ .. /'" • ~ V o 4/ .. ~
2

2.

" •

,.

15

2.
'v

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Typical Performance Curves for I'A741E and I'A741C Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage Input Common Mode Voltage Range as a Function of Supply Voltage

,
C
I

..
.5

TA

~

25°C

.
2

,
~:c~ ~ ~~I::O +10
Q

'"

~

~

C_

.

DOC ',; TA S t70°C

." e " ~
0

z C

••
85

/

V

8
4

L

/
/

/'

V
V

0

V
/' /'
./


2

> 8.
75

V
15
±V

8

7.

o

2

4

6

8

10

12

14
-:':Y

16

18

20

• •

10

20

'

2/ •

,.

,.
tV

2.

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Transient Response
28

Transient Response Test Circuit

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Frequency
C
o

,

..

24
2.
0..

I .0
80
70

t>---....- -...-VOUT
RL

~

'\.
'\ '\

Ys - 1±15 V TA = 25°C

~
I

16

... 12

I

~

~

8

r-=: ,...

I I

~ 60 UJ 50
.. 4

'o "

RISE I'ME05

,,8

Vs - ±15 V TA eo 25°C RL '" 2 kl!

o

~ z

• •

30
2

CL - 100 pF 10 15 20 25

.. ~

'\
10 100 1 k 10 k 100 k
Hz

"


1 M 10 M
FREQUENCY -

TIME -

4-60

f..LA741
Typical Performance Curves for ,uA 7 41 E and ,uA 7 41 C (Cont.) Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Supply Voltage
14.---,---,---,---,---,----,

Voltage Offset Null Circuit

Voltage Follower Large Signal Pulse Response

=>

w

I
w

,r=ta:t:ttttD
2

;! ~ 10r---+---1-~~~~~~==~

~

f--+-,,'-/~-t---It-t+--\-++-+--l

'-OUTPUT

6> 0f--+.~~--~~-+~--t-~-1

~
06~5---L--~,0--~--~,5~~--~20
SUPPLY VOLTAGE =V

J

INPUT_i

\

v-8f--t-+-++-+-+-t-jI--H
-10 '-~O-;'':-O-;!;20:-:'':-O-::40:-:5'=0---:''':-:''=0-:!'':-:!90
TIME -!-,S

Typical Performance Curves for ,uA741A, ,uA741 , ,uA741E and ,uA741C Power Consumption as a Function of Supply Voltage
100

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency
10, 10, k
z

Open Loop Phase Response as a Function of Frequency
0

T, _

2~OC /

vs

3t
I
0

E

" "
40

z

~

" '"
~

0

Z

~

/'

V

/

/

10,

"-

TA'=

l ~ ~ 151 v

+25a~-

5

\
\

Vs V TA -= +25 Q C

~'5


10 M

010,
~

o
~

w
~

"-

li' 20
o

vV"
5

V
10
15
~V

g

10

,

"-

0

"Hz

1

"- \
1 M 10 M

-13 5

"
10 100 1 k 10 k 100 k Hz 1 M FREQUENCY -

20

1010 100 1 k 10 k 100 k FREQUENCY -

-180

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Input Offset Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
50
TA
~

Input Resistance and Input Capacitance as a Function of Frequency
10M
1 00

Output Resistance as a Function of Frequency
"0 r-rn'-;-TTrr-'-TT"1T,-,-rrr,
500

~

25°C

R"
40
1 M
1 '00

e

~

f--H-1+-+-tt+t-+++*++Ht-1 f--H-1+-+-tt+t-+++*++Ht-1
f-H1+-+-++++-+++-++-++l-t\I/y

~ => V " ~
30

'00 f-H1+-+-++++-+++-++-++I-++-l
C"
100 k 1 200

o

it
~

~

20

10 5

10

15
-t-V

20

10k

0
1 k 10k 100 k 1 M FREQUENCY Hz

100

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

FREQUENCY -

Hz

4-61

IlA741
Typical Performance Curves for ILA741A, ILA741 , ILA741E and ILA741C (Cont.) Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance
26

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency
40

Absolute Maximum Power Dissipation as a Function of Ambient Temperature
600

> 26
1
~

v, - le,,1 v
T,
25"C

I----

.......

> 36

Vs - +15 V TA - 25"C

J
i",.

R, - 10 kll

24
22

Z

~

V
I
0 6

iI: 500 E

~
IlA741A AND f.'A741

I

~
o
~

2

,
1

0

z o

1

400

8
6
4

~

1\ \

~

~
is

300

~

r- r-

IlA741E AND J.<A741C

~

~
~

~

,

1

2

I
02 05 10 20
k!l

2

ffi

200

l1
'00
0

~

"
45
65

, J
01 50 10
LOAD RESISTANCE -

0

r-, k

'00

'Ok
FREQUENCY -

100 k
Hz

, M

o
25
85

105

l25

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency

Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency

Broadband Noise for Various Bandwidths
~
10
0

I 10-n

w

<

~

~
W

~

10-15 f-t+fP'I-o:Htt-++ftt-++Itt~

~ a
w
~

~

f-H-H-+-t+tt--t--titt-++t-t+-i f-t+I'k:-+-t+tt--t-+ftt-++H+-i

~~
w

10

10-100

Uz

V
1/

10-23

~

g
~ 10
~

~

10- 161--t+1+-+-++++-+-H*++Ht-l
17

(;

~

f-t+I+-+++++-++ftt-++IttL-.l...LU-..L.LJ..LL..J......LJ.J..J...-'---"-l.ll_
10 100 1 k FREQUENCY Hz 10 k 100 k

{/j

~

10- 24

10 -25

10-18

:l ~ 10-'" z

10

.~~fH~;f~~~~E;~EB~
100 1 k 10 k FREQUENCY Hz

~~ma=t~ f-H-H-+-++tt--t--titt-++t-t+-i
100 k

I
'"
z

10.10 kHz

1

;o.i kH~ V

"
~ ~

"' o , 0
10'

1

1 k

10k
q

100 k

SOURCE RESISTANCE -

Typical Performance Curves for ILA741A and ILA741 Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
200

Input Resistance as a Function of Ambient Temperature
'00
·15 V

Output Short-Circuit Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature

v,
0

vs
50
30

,I, v
ffi

35 E 3.1"' "' I

....",

0

'00
, 0

v
VV
I ....

I--"

~ 25
~
~

1"I'-,

'-'

~
[j

20

"t:--..

0"'-

r-- r-- I-20
20 60

30

v-

0
-60

'00

ili
-20 20 60

015

~

"'
140

140

"

-60

'00

'40

10 -60

-20

20

60

100

TEMPERATURE _ "C

TEMPERATURE _ °C

TEMPERATURE _ °C

4·62

~A741
Typical Performance Curves for Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
~A741A

and

~A741

(Cont.) Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Ambient Temperature

,
2

Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature
Vs==±20Y

Ys 1=

,J. y


2

'20

I Vs =
~"t:

t15 V

· •
,
2

.......

\
~

r-- r--..

r--. r--. t2D
BO

• •
100 140

-- -BO


....... ....

r--. r-....

<~L~w"lTE

s\t.'i4

II)~ ~

••
100 140
DO

;-

~ P" c~1

oo~ <9~",

-20

-

..
and

I ('''I~
I I
100 140

-2D

2.

-BO

-2.

2.

e.

TEMPERATURE _ DC

TEMPERATURE _ DC

TEMPERATURE -

~c

Typical Performance Curves for Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
'00
~ 80
Vs == "t15 V

~A741E

~A741C

Input Resistance as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
Vs == ±15 V

I

!<

• c-Ys • .-• • • •
10


70

~ 80

.G ,.
iii

!

~

20

10

- '15 V 20 30 40 50 60 10
TEMPERATURE -

.........

..........

........

r--

t-- r--

50

-

I--

,

10 20 30 40 50
"C

20

30

40

60

70

60

TEMPERATURE _ DC

-c

TEMPERATURE -

Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature
'00
~

Output Short Circuit Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Ambient Temperature

~

z

I

.•
7

Vs==±20V

8•
III
~8D 0.

~

.• -•

• •
4

".
10.

Vs = ±15 v

.........

.........
..........
2

.........
......

/
V
~o~~

V

/

r-- t--

r-....

I"'- ..........

'00

SLEW RATE

I-:;: :::::-

.......

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

• •

•••

~ol

10

20

30

40

50

80

70

...

~r~o~:eo

o

fz

10

20

30

40

50

70

TEMPERATURE _ DC

TEMPERATURE _ DC

TEMPERATURE _ °C

4-63

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

J-LA747 Dual Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 1o-Pin Metal Package
NC

Description The /-tA747 is a pair of high performance Monolithic Operational Amplifiers constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. They are intended for a wide range of analog applications where board space or weight are important. High common mode voltage range and absence of latch-up make the /-tA747 ideal for use as a voltage follower. The high gain and wide range of operating voltage provides superior performance in integrator, summing amplifier, and general feedback applications. The /-tA747 is short circuit protected and requires no external components for frequency compensation. The internal 6 dB / octave roll-off insures stability in closed loop applications. For single amplifier performance, see /-tA741 data sheet. • • • • • • NO FREQUENCY COMPENSATION REQUIRED SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION OFFSET VOLTAGE NULL CAPABILITY LARGE COMMON MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGES LOW POWER CONSUMPTION NO LATCH-UP

v(Top View)

v + A IS internally connected to V /lA747E, and /lA747C.
Order Information Type Package /-tA747 Metal /-tA747A Metal /-tA747C Metal /-tA 74 7E Metal Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

+ B for /lA747A.

/lA747.

Code 5X 5X 5X 5X

Part No_ /-tA747HM /-tA747AHM /-tA747HC /-tA747EHC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Military (/-tA747A, /-tA747, /-tA747E) Commercial (/-tA747C) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Voltage Between Offset Null and VStorage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (/-tA747A, /-tA747) Commercial (/-tA747E, /-tA747C) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal and Ceramic DIP (60 s) Molded DIP (10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3)

±22 V ± 18 V

-IN A +IN A
+ OFFSET NULL A

OFFSET NULL A

500 mW 670mW ±30 V ± 15 V ±0.5 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to 70°C 300°C 260°C Indefinite

v+

A

OUT A NC

v+OFFSET NULL B

OUT B

+IN B -IN B

v+

B

OFFSET NULL B

(Top View)

Notes on following pages. 4-64

Order Information Type Package /-tA747 Ceramic DIP Ceramic DIP /-tA747A Ceramic DIP /-tA747C Molded DIP /-tA747C Ceramic DIP /-tA747E

Code 6A 6A 6A 9A 6A

Part No_ /-tA747DM /-tA747ADM /-tA747DC /-tA747PC /-tA747EDC

IlA747
Equivalent Circuit (1/2 of circuit shown)
INVERTING INPUT

r1~------+---~~-------'----------~--~------------------~'--V+

NONINVERTING INPUT

R6

27

n
OUTPUT

R7

22

n

OFFSET NULL R1 1 kll R3

R2
1 kll

R9

R11

50 kll

50 kll

50 kn

~---+--~---+----~------~--~----~--~--~~----~--6---~VOFFSET NULL

Notes 1. Ratong applies to ambient temperatures up to 70 ° C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW/oC for the Metal Package and 7 1 mW / °C for the DIP 2 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum onput voltage IS equal to the supply voltage 4·65

3 Short CirCUit may be to ground or either supply. Rallng applies to +125°C case temperature or 75°C ambient temperature.

---~

..

--------

J.LA747
/-LA747 and /-LA747C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic

Vs = + - 15 V TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified
/-LA747 Condition Min /-LA747C

Typ
1.0 20 80 30

Max

Min

Typ
1.0 20 80 30

Max

Unit

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current

RS S 10 kll

5.0 200 500 150 .3

6.0 200 500 150

mV nA nA /-LV/V Mil pF mV mA

Vs = +10, -20; Power Supply Rejection Ratio Vs = +20, -10V, RS = 5011 Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Output Short Circuit Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Supply Current (Total) Power Consumption (Total) Transient Response (Unity Gain) Slew Rate Channel Separation RL 2: 2 kll, VOUT = ± 10 V 50k .3

2.0 1.4 ±15 25 200k 75 3.4 100 .3 5.0 1.0 .5 120 5.6 170

2.0 1.4 ±15 25

25k

200k 75 3.9 100 .3 5.0 1.0 .5 120 5.6 170

It
mA mW /-LS
%

IRise Time IOvershoot

VIN = 20 mV, RL = 2 kit, CL S 100 pF

Bandwidth (Note 4) RL 2: 2 kit

MHz
V//-Ls

dB

The following specifications apply over the range of -55 ° CsT A s 125 ° C for /-LA 7 4 7, O°CsTAS 70°Cfor/-LA747C Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current RS s 10 kit TA = +125°C TA = -55°C Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing Large Signal Voltage Gain Supply Current (Total) Rs s 10 kit Vs = +10, -20; Vs = +20, -10 V, RS = 5011 RL 2: 10 kll RL 2: 2 kll RL 2: 2 kit, VOUT = ± 10 V TA = +125°C TA = -55°C Power Consumption (Total) TA = +125°C TA = -55°C ± 12 ±10 25k 3.0 4.0 90 120 5.0 6.6 120 150 200 200 TA = +125°C TA = -55°C ± 12 70 1.0 7.0 85 .03 .3 ±13 90 30 ±14 ± 13 150 ± 12 ± 10 15k 4.0 6.6 mA mA mA mW mW mW 6.0 200 500 30 .5 1.5 ±12 70 ±13 90 30 ±14 ±13 150 800 1.0 7.0 7.5 300 mV nA nA nA nA /-LA /-LA V dB /-LV/V V V

Note 4 Calculated value from BW(MHz)

=

035
Rise Time (I-'s)

4-66

J.LA747
J.LA747A and J.LA747E Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Average Input Offset Voltage Drift Input Offset Current J.LA747E Average Input Offset Current Drift J.LA747A Input Bias Current Power Supply Rejection Ratio Common Mode Rejection Ratio Adjustment For Input Offset Voltage Output Short Circuit Current Power Consumption Input Impedance Large Signal Voltage Gain Transient Response (Unity Gain) Bandwidth (Note 4) Slew Rate (Unity Gain) VIN = ± 10 V
~ ~

±5 V

~

Vs

~

±20 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified. J.LA747A/E Min

Condition Rs
~

Typ
0.8 3

Max 3.0 15 30 0.2 0.5 0.2 0.5

Unit mV

50 Q

J.LV/oC
nA

TA = 25°C to 70°C TA = O°C to 25°C TA = 25°C to 125°C TA = -55°C to O°C 30

nA/oC nA/oC nA/oC nA/oC
nA J.LVIV dB mV

80 50

Vs = +10, -20; Vs = +20 V, -10 V, RS = 50 Q Vs = ±20 V, VIN = ± 15 V, RS = 50 Q Vs = ±20 V J.LA747A J.LA747E Vs = ±20 V Vs= ±20V 1.0 Vs = ±20 V, RL = 2 kQ, VOUT = ± 15 V 50 VIN = 20 mV, RL = 2 kQ, CL
~

15 80 10 10 10 25 25 160 6 0.25 6 0.437 0.3 1.5 0.7 95

40 35 300

rnA rnA mW MQ V/mV

I Rise Time I Overshoot

100 Vs

0.8 20

J.LS
%

MHz V/J.Ls

The following specifications apply over the range of -55°C O°C~TA~ 70°CforJ.LA747E Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Output Short Circuit Current Power Consumption VS= ±20V VS= ±20V VS= ±20V

TA

125°C for J.LA747A, 4.0 70 210 10 40 330 270 330 0.5 10 kQ ± 16 ±15 10 100 mV nA nA rnA mW mW mW MQ V V V/mV V/mV dB

J.LA747A J.LA747E

I-55°C I +125°C

.....
Input Impedance Output Voltage Swing Large Signal Voltage Gain Channel Separation

lRL =

IRL = 2 kQ

Vs = ±20 V, RL = 2 kQ, VOUT = ± 15 V 32 Vs= ±5V,RL=2kQ,VOUT= ±2V Vs = ±20 V

Note 035 4 Calculated value from· BW{MHz) = RIse TIme (I's) 4-67
~~~----.

J.LA747
Typical Performance Curves for /J-A747A and /J-A747 Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
2••

Input Resistance as a Function of Ambient Temperature

,
Vs = :t15 v

..
5.
30

Output Short Circuit Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
vs

~ ±1~ v
~

35

• •

:i
z "
~

I w

~ 100

~
~
~

v
50 30

V

.""'• -6.

........

r--

-6.

..,I ....

6.
we

~

"30

l-

~ 25 " "
~

"-

:;

~

I"--.

~ 20

f'..

U

~
~

"15
1

-2.

2.

,

TEMPERATURE _ °C

..

t"14.

,.
-6.

-2.

2.

,

..

14.

• -6.

-2.

2.

6.
°C

,

..

14.

TEMPERATURE _

TEMPERATURE _

Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
14
Ys - :t15 v

Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature 12.
~
~ 10
o
Ys '" ::!:20 V

Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Ambient Temperature
14
Vs

=- :!:15 V

\

~

• ...... • • •
-6.

12
~

""'- r--6.
-2.

-- -6.

" ffi
I--

o

z

~
~

r- ........

........ ........

8

r,
DC

........

6

:i'
14.

••
-2.

:::

.....,:P' c~
I
-2.
2.

r--.. '~L~WR~TE

.... ~ ~rr,\t,~"'i.
~

Il_
!

o..~

84"O.. ~:c-

2.

,

..

2.

6.

..

14.

.6

-6.

6.
°C

,I

TEMPERATURE _ °C

TEMPERATURE _

TEMPERATURE _

..

I 'I'"

14.

Typical Performance Curves for /J-A747E and IJ.A747C Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature Input Resistance as a Function of Ambient Temperature Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
f-"

,

..

,.

Vs, -= ::1:15, V

vc

:1-15 V

7. 5.

..- ..-

,
~

- r-

r---

70

r-SO
QC


Vs '"

•o

10

20

30

40

60

70

t5

1
V

10

20

30

40

50
°C

60

70

10

20

30

40

50

60

TEMPERATURE -

TEMPERATURE _

TEMPERATURE _ °C

4-68

JLA747
Typical Performance Curves for J.lA747E and J.lA747C (Cont.) Output Short-Circuit Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature

,.•
..
70

Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Vs"':!:20V


1 2• I ...........

~
I

o

z

~ 8

8
w '"

" ii:
~

••

.

---- ---10 20 30 40 50 80 70
TEMPERATURE _ °C

'" ill '" '" o
o

2


:J

...........

........

!:

:J

...........

~

22

r-.....
60

~

~



10 20 30 40 50
TEMPERATURE _ °C

""
70

••51---t--+-+-t-~

TEMPERATURE _ °C

Typical Performance Curves for J.lA747A, J.lA747C, J.lA747 and J.lA747E Power Consumption as a Function of Supply Voltage Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency Open Loop Phase Response as a Function of Frequency

,

..
80
40

,.'
TA

=1 25oC

,

~IO

z

I

8
~ ..

.. ii:
i5

/'
./

/

/

V

/
~

10'

I---..

== :!:1S' Y TA = +25 0 ( : -

v}

,.,.
1.-

" 103

" •

W

I" 1"-

-45

1\
\

Y,
TA

~15 V +2SoC

20

V
15
+V

g

~ 10 2

1"-

I

"Hz

:l il:

w-tO

i'

/"

5

1.

,
10 100 1 k 10 k FREQUENCY -

2.

100 k

'"

-135

\
10 M

-180
1 10 100 1 k 10 k 100 k Hz 1 M 10 M FREQUENCY -

1 M

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Input Offset Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
5.
TA = 25°C

Input Resistance and Input Capacitance as a Function of Frequency
,. M

Output Resistance as a Function of Frequency
1

••
"
50.l-ttlH-+-ttlH-+-t+H-+-++fH

~ I ••

rw
1 M

RIN

'" §
~
30

~

V r-

1.
15
+V

1

;

o z

S
i!!

~ 20 '"

.'"
i!!
5
20
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

::l

C'N 1

~ 100 k

,.

,. k

100

1k

10 k
FREQUENCY -

100 k Hz

1 M

1

FREQUENCY -

Hz

4-69

p,A747
Typical Performance Curves for JLA747A, JLA747C, JLA747 and JLA747E (Cont.) Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance Input Noise Voltage Density as a Function of Frequency

.. z.• " ...
>

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency
~
~~~r-~~r-~rnr-r-~~

128

TA

vs

='±lJ v' 25°C
=::

,-

>

~ 32

3sH-tt1H-++++-+-+HtTA
28
24

Ys '" ±15 V
=::

2s·e

RL = 10 kU

Ii !;


II II
/
02

V

!
~

H-ttt-H-ttt-t-f-tlt-t-f-tlt--i
H-+++-H-+++-tl.\r+-I-tt--++I-tt----i

0, a

~20

.. 1.
~ 1

e >l

~ 16
14

~

•• H-+++-H-+++-+-tt-,,*-++Ht-i "H-+++-H-+++-+-N1+-+-f-tlt--i aH-tt+-H-+++-t-rHt-t-Hrlt--i

~ lsH-+++-H-+++-~Hrl+-+-Hrlt--i


a
01

~
05 10 20
kn

~

.. 4H-+++-H-+++-t-H-f+tI.~+I-tt----i
FREQUENCY Hz

50

10

~.~.~~-:lJ....~UJ...""l.~.-'-UJ...,~•...,r'~'~~lM

1D181,~.-"-,UJ...-;1:;; ••;-'-'UJ...-;1"'.;-'-u..L-;,t.;:" • .I.-J-~100 k
FREQUENCY Hz

LOAD RESISTANCE -

Typical Performance Curves for JLA747 and p.A747C Input Noise Current Density as a Function of Frequency
..

Broadband Noise for Various Bandwidths
+15 Y 2soe

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Frequency

~

~ 10-23~ § ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ R=t ~~~~ o :10-24~~~s~~~~~~~~ ~ ~
:I
:E

I 10-22 HH-f+-HH-f+-+-H-f+-+-H-f+--1

'·-20~~m~~~~
Vs TA

• •
1
10 100 kHz

.
~

,.•
8
7

f-

,.

'~ "'""

S•
o
Z

o

.••
50
5

Vs =- :!.15 V

10 kHz

~
~
II:

,. _l"HI,

g 10-2S I-f-tl+-+-f-tl+-+-f-tl+-+-f-tl+-l z
10-261_~.-'-UJ.-:,"" ..-'-UJ.-:,J....-'-w..",,1.~.-'-u..L-:-::'100 k
FREQUENCY Hz

'"

V

~ ~

1
1k

8
1• •
100 k

'"

. • " .. • .. •
1

" -""
10 100 1 k 10 k
FREQUENCY -

TA "" 2S·C--

.

-"" -""
100 k
Hz

1 M

10 M

SOURCE RESISTANCE -

n

Typical Performance Curves for JLA747 and JLA747C (Cont.) Voltage Follower Large Signal Pulse Response
Vs - ±15 v TA '" 25°C
Al
=

Transient Response
28

Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Supply Voltage


20

2 kH

~
8...

CL = 100 pF

'E
I

1a
1

> I

~
::J


4

o

II - lifo. f:M.
10%

I

I

:>~ O
~
"

OUTPUT

if
INPUT
-4

~

~~+-+-+~--~~~~--~
-t

i

~\

1-r---+-+---+--I----1f-' ...t-"_".+"_l..... -+i-----1f-----I

~+-+-+~--t-+~-t'~--~

-81-+-+-+-+-++-+-f----jH
10 15 20 25

-1~1!o:.--!:.--:,'=".-+. ••~ .. "...,.. !::--.! .. "...,50!::--:7."...,8!:.~ ..
TIME

TIME -,uS

-Il'

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

±V

4-70

J.LA747
Test Circuits Voltage Offset Null Circuit Transient Response Test Circuit

>=-.....- .....--VOUT
RL

v-

t

Typical Applications Quadrature Oscillator
SINE OUTPUT

C2 820 pF 1%

C3 820 pF 1%

R3

190 kll 1%
R2

+15 V


>-4_....._COSINE
OUTPUT

180 kll 1%
R4

Rl
-15 V
190 kll 1%

190 kll

1
Tracking Positive and Negative Voltage References
R4

Cl 820 pF

1%

f

=

1 2". ylC2R2C3R3

(R1C1

= R2C2)

12 kll 01 6.2 V

R5 10 kll

RS 10 kll

V+

V+
NEGATIVE REGULATED OUTPUT

R3

180 kll

-12 V

VR2

V-

IL :5 5 rnA SOURCE OR SINK

Rl
10 kll

11 kll

Positive Output

= V01

R1 + R2 x --R-2-

Negative Output = -PositIve Output x

As

R6

4·71

J.LA747
Analog Multiplier
+15 V CURRENT SOURCE R2 20 kll 1% AMPLIFIER R14 25.8 kll' 1%

lN963B

Rl 20 kll 1%
EIN 1

+15 V

Rll 12 kll' 1%

-=
MULTIPLIER 2N2920 OR I'A726

R12 12 kll' 1%

+15 V

EOUT

-15 V

R5 5 kll
1%

EIN 2

R15 25.8 kll' 1%

-15 V

R3 20 kll

1%

R4 15 kll 1%

Rl0 150 kll -15 V ZERO ADJUST

R7 150 kll

+15 V

'Matched 10 01% EOUT

=

100EIN 1 x EIN2

Compressor IExpander Amplifiers
R
01

R2 10 kll

R

D2

R5 D3
1 kll

+15 V Rl COMPRESSOR IN PUT --''''1"'k.... ll......, EXPANDER INPUT R3 10 kll -15 V

R

EXPANDER OUTPUT R

-=
COMPRESSOR

Notes 1. Maximum Compression Expansion Ratio = R / R (10 kll > R 2: 0) 2. Diodes 01 through 04 are matched F0666 or Equivalent

ftr

-=-

EXPANDER

4-72

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JlA748 Operational Amplifier
Linear Products

Description The JlA748 is a High Performance Monolithic Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It is intended for a high wide range of analog applications where tailoring of frequency characteristics is desirable. High common mode voltage range and absence of latch·up make the JlA748 ideal for use as a voltage follower. The high gain and wide range of operating voltages provide superior performance in integrator, summing amplifier, and general feedback applications. The JlA748 is short circuit protected and has the same pin configuration as the popular JlA 7 41 operational amplifier. Unity gain frequency compensation is achieved by means of a single 30 pF capacitor. • • • • • SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION OFFSET VOLTAGE NULL CAPABILITY LARGE COMMON MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGES LOW POWER CONSUMPTION NO LATCH-UP

Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package

-IN

>---{) OUT

v(TOp View) Pm 4 connected to case

Order Information Type Package JlA748 Metal ILA748C Metal Connection Diagram 8-Pin DIP


Part No. JlA748HM ILA748HC
8
FREO COMP

Code

5W 5W

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage ±22 V Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package 500mW DIP 310 mW Flatpak 570 mW Differential Input Voltage ±30 V Input Voltage (Note 2) ± 15 V Storage Temperature Range Metal Package -65°C to +150°C DIP -55°C to +125°C Operating Temperature Range Military (JlA 7 48) -55°C to +125°C Commercial (JlA748C) O°C to +70°C Pin Temperature (Soldering 60 s) Metal Package 300°C Molded DIP (lOs) 260°C Output Short Circuit Duration Indefinite (Note 3)

OFFSET NULL

-IN +IN

v+
OUT OFFSET NULL

v-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ILA748C Molded DIP

Code
9T

Part No. JlA748TC

Notes 1 Ratmg applies to ambient temperatures up to 70'C Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6 3 mW / °c for metal package, 5 6 mW / °C for the DIP 2 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum mput voltage 10 equal to the supply voltage 3 Short circuit may be to ground or either supply Ratmg applies to +125°C case temperature or +75°C ambient temperature

4·73

- - - - - - - _.. -

/-LA748
Equivalent Circuit
INVERTING INPUT COMP OFFSET NULL COMP

r--------------+-+--_1~------._------_1~~~--+_--------------t_- V+

NON-INVERT INPUT +
R6

2711

R5 40 kll
OFFSET NULL

OUTPUT R7 2211

V+

300 II

017
023~---+--~~--~--~----t-.

011

R1 1 kll

R3 50 kll

R2 1 kll

R4

R9

10 kll

50 kll

R8 100 II

R11 50 kll

4-74

f.LA748
/LA748 and /LA78A Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage
Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Short-Circuit Current Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (Voltage Follower, Gain of 1) Rise Time Overshoot VIN = 20 mV, Cc = 30 pF, RL = 2 kf!, CL :::; 100 pF RL;:::: 2 kf!, VOUT 2.0 Vs

=+ - 15 V

TA

= 25°C

Cc

= 30 pF unless otherwise specified
/LA748A Typ Min 0.5
2.0 20 10.0 3.0 ±25

Condition
Rs:::; 10 kf!

Max 2.0
10 75

/LA748 Min Typ
1.0 20 80 0.3 2.0 2.0 ±15 50 k 150 k 75 25

Max 5.0
200 500

Unit mV
nA nA Mf! pF mV VIV f! mA

=

± 10 V

50 k

250 k 100 ±25 1.9 60 0.3 5.0 0.5 0.2 5.0 2.8 85

1.9 60 0.3 5.0 0.5 0.2 5.0 5.5

2.8 85

mA mW /LS
%
V//Ls

Slew Rate (Voltage Follower, Gain of 1) Transient Response (Voltage Follower, Gain of 10) Rise Time Overshoot

RL;:::: 2 kf!

VIN = 20 mV, Cc = 3.5 pF, RL = 2 kf!, CL :::; 100 pF

/LS
%
V//Ls

Slew Rate (Voltage Follower, Gain of 10) Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption

RL ;:::: 2 kf!, Cc

= 3.5 pF
0.5 3.0 25 25 0.1 0.1 ±12 ± 13 95 13 100 25 k ±14 ±13 1.5 2.0 40 60 2.5 3.3 75 100 ± 12 ±10 ± 12 70

The following specifications apply for -55 ° C :::; TA :::; 125 ° C RS:::; 10 kf! 1.0 10 50 0.03 0.3 ± 13 90 30 150 6.0 200 500 0.5 1.5 mV nA nA /LA /LA V dB /LV IV VIV ± 14 ± 13 1.5 2.0 45 60 2.5 3.3 75 100 V V mA mA mW mW

= HIGH TA = LOW TA = HIGH TA = LOW
TA RS:::; 10 kf! RS:::; 10 kf! RL;:::: 2 kf!, VOUT RL;:::: 10 kf! RL;:::: 2 kf! 80

=

± 10 V

25 k ±12 ±10

= HIGH TA = LOW TA = HIGH TA = LOW
TA

4·75

,."A748
p,A748C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Short-Circuit Current Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (Voltage Follower, Gain of 1) Slew Rate (Voltage Follower, Gain of 1) Transient Response (Voltage Follower, Gain of 10) Slew Rate (Voltage Follower, Gain of 10) Rise Time Overshoot Rise Time Overshoot VIN = 20 mV, Cc = 30 pF, RL = 2 kfl, CL .::;; 100 pF RL 2:: 2 kfl VIN = 20 mV, Cc = 3.5 pF, RL = 2 kfl, CL .::;; 100 pF RL 2:: 2 kfl, Cc RL 2:: 2 kfl, VOUT 0.3 Vs

= ± 15 V, TA = 25°C, Cc = 30 pF unless otherwise specified.
p,A748C Condition RS .::;; 10 kfl Min

Typ
2.0 20 80 2.0 2.0

Max 6.0 200 500

Unit mV nA nA Mfl pF mV VIV fl mA

± 15

=

± 10 V

20 k

150 k 75 25 1.9 60 0.3 5.0 0.5 0.2 5.0 5.5 2.8 85

mA mW p,s
%

V/p,s p,s
%

= 3.5 pF

V/p,s

The following specification apply for O°C .::;; TA'::;; 70°C Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption RS .::;; 10 kfl RS .::;; 10 kfl RL 2:: 2 kfl, VOUT RL 2:: 10 kfl RL 2:: 2 kfl RS'::;; 10 kfl 2.0 7.5 300 800 mV nA p,A V dB 150 p,V IV VIV V V 2.5 3.3 75 100 mA mA mW mW

= HIGH TA = LOW
TA

± 12
70

± 13
90 30

=

± 10 V

15,000

± 12 ± 10

± 14 ± 13
1.5 2.0 45 60

= HIGH TA = LO TA = HIGH TA = LO
TA

4·76

p,A748
Typical Performance Curves for I'A748 Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature Input Resistance as a Function of Ambient Temperature
10.

...

Output Short Circuit Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
35

V5~.,JV

\ ... ~ .
1!
I

••
i

V51 =

±~ v
./

..... ~

.
~
~

E I

3D

" ........
i'..

Vs="!:5V

." .. " ~ . "
I-

\
\
~ .....

;
I-

~ e

I

3•

10

.//

/

~ II! G

25

100

;E

r-...

..

TEMPERATURE _ DC

..

......
100 140

~

••

20

" I'.. r'\.
-20

•.3

iii

'5

••

.

TEMPERATURE _ DC

.. .

100

.40

• • -60

..
TEMPERATURE _
0

"
140

100

c

Input Offset Current as a Function of Supply Voltage

Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
50 Vs=±1SY

Power Consumption as a Function of ~mblent Temperature

.

Vs=±15Y

AL '"

CD

1!
I

1!
3D

I

40

~

70

.ill
0
I-

I-

I
~
~
II:
0

3D

."
;E

i

" "

20

I......

20

••
••
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

."
I-

--TEMPERATURE _ "C

I

-

;E

••

i 8 i
'40

~

.. 1-r......
50

r- ..........

40

••

••±v

.

.00

30 -80

-20

..
TEMPERATURE "C

100

140

Typical Perfomance Curves for I'A748C Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature Input Resistance as a Function of Ambient Temperature
10 VS-±15V 7•
Vs +15 V

...

Output Short Circuit Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
32
Vs=±15Y

... 1
I

i

.
i
;E

!z w

..... '20

" "
~ l-

..
40

r--....

-30 40
0

I

60 70

~ .5 .
;E

~ z j!

••

••
3.

V
,/

......~

2.

.,,- ,/"
,/" ,/"
18

" " i'• 10 .. 3D
40

.........

.........
70

10

20

50

...

010203040506070
TEMPERATURE _ "C

50

..

TEMPERATURE _

c

TEMPERATURE _ "C

4·77

p,A748
Typical Perfomance Curves for ItA748C (Cont.) Input Offset Current as a Function of Supply Voltage Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
0
Ys"'+15V

Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature .0 Vs= ~15V
Fk=<c

1

I
Ii;

I

301-~---+--+--+---+---l

iI

70

E

2Ob.-+-=:t:::::+=+=:t=~

i

~

~~-+--+-~--~--t-~
10 15 20

-r10 20 30 40 TEMPERATURE _ 50
0

0

z

I
80

" "
<II

~

'-

I
60 70

"

0

Z

..
40 30

r--

-0

c

010203040506070
TEMPERATURE _

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

±v

c

Typical Perfomance Curves for ItA748 and ItA748C Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
115

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Supply Vo'itage
40

Input Common Mode Voltage Range as a Function of Supply Voltage
6

TA'" 2SOC RL'= 2kll
110

TA = 25°C r-RL == 2kn

T,

=

1 25oc

./
./

L

~ 105

zm

I

/ ' I--'"

2
0

/ /
V

~
~ ~

95
90

V ./

V V

8
6

/

g

/'
./
o
5

./

85

• 2/

/

80

o

12
SUPPLY VOLTAGE - ±V

18

20

,.
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

0
20
10

15

20

±v

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

±v

Power Consumption as a Function of Supply Voltage
120
TA '" 25°C AL == 00

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance
28
V,

Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Supply Voltage

,.

~ 100

T,

+15 V 25°C

TA = 25°C

is
~

I

80

!i

I
"

!!l o

60

40
20

./

V

/

/

/
1

1/

/
12

~

~~~
~f.

~~oO'v"" 08 c;..O
O.
05 1.0 20
50 10

s~

i1!!0

ii"

--=
~

oV
10

15
±Y

8
20

01

-'-

02

5

10

15

20

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

LOAD RESISTANCE - kn

SUPPLY VOLTAGE - ±V

4-78

p,A748
Typical Perfomance Curves for jlA748 and jlA748C (Cont.) jlA748 Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Ambient Temperature
14

jl748C Frequency Characteristics as a Function of Ambient Temperature
11.r---.--.--r---'-"T""-r-~

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency

I
,

Vs=±15Y

Va'" ±15 V

'.0

.....

r<;:;-r ....... r-.. ~ ~E~RAi.
~

1JrrI I I
1110

.
I

~

10 14

H.-++HH+H-+-++++-+-+-+++--1
H'-++f""~:++i-+-++++-+-+-+++--1

po

;. ••

C(~III

.~
~
~

~

10

15

("o,,~

1016

H-++-H-++++-+-+Ht-+-+-ft+-i

..,....

",1),
c

g ,." !Ii
.M.~-1O~~"--~~-"~~50-~~
TEMPERATURE _ DC

~~~~tt~~~~~~~
~~~~
FREQUENCY Hz

-m

20

..
0

'40

10 181~ • ..J....I.u....-=1OO::-'-.LLL-:':':.~.L.I.L-:,.~.:-'-w..==, .. k

TEMPERATURE _

Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency
~
~

Broad Band Noise for Various Bandwidths
1110

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency
'2Or--r-,--,:---,-,--.-,
1110 .....",........

,."
1023

Ys

TA

..·c

±15Y

i
Z

110"

!
I

~~!-~~~ ~

_L

V;~±'5~ TA~+"·C-

~

,. i 12
iii 0:
Z

10-100 ....

Rs ~ 50 ~ eo f---+-"'.,... ....-' ........r-,,-t--+-+--I •••••••••• " " "

'I

8
~ .. . ..
C
W 1024

51 0: iii

10-10 kHz

., ............. ~ ,
100

i "

60

".

1'\...

~ 40~+~~~-~*~-k~-,F~~~~-'~,t,,-i--I

; '•• 1

'<

Cc~3pF

RL-2kU

~ 1025

~
~ 12

,."

10

1110

,

.

10.

,

...

,.

10.
n

1110.

g 20 1---+-+--+--+---'+----' '~_l ......•.. ..... \ -0. !---,,!::.-,=.,:---=,.::-,---;""::--":'::.'-'=":---='.7

\

FREQUENCY - Hz

SOURCE RESISTANCE -

FREQUENCY -

Hz

Open Loop Phase Response as a Function of Frequency

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency

30~'
\'..

.~-r--r-~--'--'--'--'

JF ±,J v

.
32

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency for Various Gain/Compensation Options
'20 r--r-,--,--,-,-"""-"
'DO ~~~~-+--+'ll eo
I

\

m ~ -90
~

-"~~~~'+~+--+--+--1

Rl=2kU Cc=3pF

TA"" +25°C Rs=SOU

> I

......, .. ~
l)"

z " ~

-tsl~~lv TA =:we jL= 10 kil
I\CC=3PF
\CC~~PF\

RL-2kn

I -120

Cc = 30 pF

\ II: -'50 ~-+-+--I-+-+--I-\--l

-,•• ~-+-+--I-+-+--I--l -210 !--:,=-.--:'::.'--:'==.':--::''':--:':10'::"'--:=10::-'-:'.,.7
FREQUENCY Hz

"

[;
0

:>

...
c

24

,

" r

,.

1k

~
~

60

.. I--+-+--Ir---~.~~

~ r

~ .. I---+-+--+--+---''k-''ri't--!

10.

,

r-...
Hz

'M

r--

10M
FREQUENCY Hz

FREQUENCY -

4·79

,."A748
Typical Perfomance Curves for ,uA748 and ,uA748C (Cont.) Compensation Capacitance as a Function of Closed Loop Voltage Gain
50 100
~
I
Vs +15 V TA = 25°C RL = 2 k!l

Frequency Response for Various Closed Loop Gains

Input Resistance and Input Capacitance as a Function of Frequency

%.
I

20

80 60 40
Cc=lpF
Cc -='2 pF

1l
z
~

10
50

\

'a
NO OVERSHOOT

;;
w "

Z

~
o
Z

"\ \
"-

~ lMI-t+H---+-++-I+-+-HH+-+-+~Hl0 ~
Z ~

(CL

,~

100 pF)

§! 20

~

"

CC=~OPF
10

cc =~PF~ ':-••••

~ 8
10M

fi

20

/

~

"'
-....:::: ~
30 40 50

~
~

~ j!

~ 100 k1-t+H---+-++-I+-+-HH+-+-+++IHl 0 ~
!!;

~
~

20% OVERSHOOT (CL::S 20 pF)

10

-20

100

s
lk 10k lOOk
Hz

..... ~
60
dB

1M

10

20

70
FREQUENCY Hz

FREQUENCY -

CLOSED LOOP VOLTAGE GAIN -

Voltage Fo"ower Transient Response (Gain of 1)
8

Transient Response Test Circuit

Voltage Fo"ower Large-Signal Pulse Response
10
Vs~±15V

24
0 90% 16

TA '" 25°C RL = 2 kn

-

CL<I°O P VOUT

j-

:e
I

> I

o

~ :>

...

12

U
f--

I I
f------

~

I

§!

~

J
-2

...
0

~

R,ser ME -

CL rOPF
-1

Vs -'- ±15 V TA - 25°C RL ~ 2 k!l

RL

:>

~

!I

'"

,1
Cc=30pF
O~TPUT

INPUT

I
I

V
\
~

6f:: i 0
o

I
cc,
~

'r
<
~

10

,
~ ~

10
TIME "S

15

20

25

~

~

~

~

~

TIME-"s

Output Resistance as a Function of Frequency

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Frequency
100
~
90

5001-t+H---+-++-I+-++f-++-+-++HH

" ~
Z

w

I

400 300 200 100 0 100
1k

!i a:
o

o

I

80
70

\.

TA = 25°C CL-=30pF-

v!-±"Iv-

z

a: ...
0

~

~ :>

I

:g 40 o .. '0

OJ a:

~

60
50

\.
\.

8
10 k
FREQUENCY -

..

~

20
10

\.
10 100 lk 10k lOOk
Hz

100k
Hz

1M

0

1M

10M

FREQUENCY -

4-80

f.LA748
Typical Performance Curves for ILA748 and ILA748C (Cont.)

Feed Forward Compensation
10 kll

Large Signal Feed Forward Transient Response

10 kfl
V'N - - . . , . . , . , . - -.....4...--......;-1

2Sr-r-~~-+-+-+~-r-H~

>:...........---.-VOUT
CL
5 pF

\
--'--:'" -25 0 !:--L--:,:-o-'--!,,:-'--'3:':0:-'---'4':-0-L-: :S O
RESPONSE TIME - I-'S

3.0 kll 150 pF

I10 P F

Voltage Offset Null Circuit


5.1
Mil

10 mil

5.1 Mil

. . . . . . .""'_-V25 kil

1"",,
Alternate

Suggested Typical Applications Pulse Width Modulator
+~'~

__1"10"0,,krll_~_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 10 .... 0 ....k ... !_l--,
+15 V -15 V

Rl

R2

....-------jf-R3

VOUT

10 kll
C1

'e = 211" R2 Cl
'n = 211" Rl Cl
1

0.47

~F

I
R4

100 k!l 01 6.2 V

=

1

211" R2 C2

'e < 'n < 'unity gain

R5

100 !l

02
6.2 V

4·81

p,A748
Typical Applications (Cont.) Practical Differentiator
C2

Circuit for Operating the JlA748 Without a Negative Supply
R1

R2

R2
+20 V +15 V -15 V
R1 C1
>~""'--VOUT

Y,N

---\l'llv-----jl-.....--=:...t

1
R3 ":" 30 pF

6

VOUT

4·82

F=AIRCHIL.O
A Schlumberger Company

fJ,A759
Power Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram a-Pin Metal Package
NC

Description The J,lA759 is a High Performance Monolithic Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar Epitaxial process. The amplifier provides 325 rnA output current and features small signal characteristics better than the J,lA 7 41. The amplifier is designed to operate from a single or dual power supply and the input common mode range includes the negative supply. The high gain and high output power provide superior performance whenever an operational amplifier is needed. The J,lA759 employs internal current limiting, thermal shutdown and safearea compensation making it essentially indestructible. It is intended for a wide range of applications including voltage regulators, audio amplifiers, servo amplifiers and power drivers. • • • • • OUTPUT CURRENT-325 mA MINIMUM INTERNAL SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING INTERNAL THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION INTERNAL OUTPUT TRANSISTORS SAFE-AREA PROTECTION INPUT COMMON MODE VOLTAGE RANGE INCLUDES GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY

-IN

>-"""<1 OUT

v(Top View) Pm 4 connected to case

Order Information Type Package J,lA759 Metal J,lA759C Metal Connection Diagram Power Watt Package

Code 5W 5W

Part No. J,lA759HM J,lA759HC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Between V+ and V36V Differential Input Voltage (Note 1) 30 V (V- -0.3 V) to V+ Input Voltage (Note 1) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) Internally Limited Operating Junction Temperature Range Military (J,lA749) -55°C to +150°C Commercial (J,lA759C) O°C to +125°C Storage Temperature Range 4-Pin Power Watt (U1) -55°C to +150°C 8-Pin TO-99 (H) -65°C to + 150°C Pin Temperature 4-Pin Power Watt (U1) (Soldering, 10 s) 260°C 8-Pin TO-99 (H) (Soldering, 60 s) 300°C

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J,lA759C Power Watt

Code

8Z

Part No. J,lA759U1C

Notes 1. For a supply voltage less than 30 V between V+ and V-, the absolute maximum mput voltage IS equal to the supply voltage. 2 Although the internal power diSSipation is limited, the junction temperature must be kept below the maximum speCified temperature in order to meet data sheet speCifications. To calculate the maximum Junction temperature or heat smk required, use the thermal resistance values on page 3 4·83

p,A759
Equivalent Circuit

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Voltage Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Supply Current Peak Output Current Short Circuit Current Transient Response (Unity Gain) Slew Rate Unity Gain Bandwidth Risetime

Vs

=+ - 15 V, T J = 25 ° C unless otherwise specified
IlA759 Typ Min 1.0 5.0 50 0.25 1.5 +13 to +13 to -VS -VS 200 k 50 k 12 18 ±325 ±325 ±500 ±200 300 5.0 0.6 1.0 Max 3.0 30 150 0.25 IlA759C Typ Min 1.0 5.0 50 1.5 +13 to +13 to -VS -VS 25 k 200 k 12 ±500 ±200 300 10 0.5 1.0 18 Max 6.0 50 250 Unit mV nA nA MQ V VIV mA mA mA ns
%

Condition Rs::; 10 kQ

RL ~ 50 Q, VOUT

= ± 10 V

3 V ::; I Vs - VOUT I < 10 V Ivs - vOUTI = 30 V RL ~ 50 Q

Overshoot RL ~ 50 Q RL ~ 50 Q

V/lls

MHz mV nA nA dB dB VIV V

The following specifications apply for -55°C < TJ < 150°C (IlA759), or 0° < TJ < 125°C (IlA759C) Input Offset Voltage 4.5 7.5 RS::; 10 kQ Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Rs::; 10 kQ RS::; 10 kQ RL ~ 50 Q, VOUT RL ~ 50 Q
4·84

60 300 80 80 100 100 200 k ± 12.5 70 80 25 k ± 10 100 100 200 k ± 12.5

100 400

10 V

25 k ±10

p,A759
Package Type Max liJC °C/W 8.0 30 liJC °C/W 12 40 Typ liJA °C/W 75 120 Max liJA °C/W 80 185 Mounting Hints Metal Can Package (~A759HC/~A759HM) The ~A759 in the 8-Pin TO-99 metal can package must be used with a heat sink. With ± 15 V power supplies, the ~A759 can dissipate up to 540 mW in its quiescent (no load) state. This would result in a 100°C rise in chip temperature to 125°C (assuming a 25°C ambient temperature). In order to avoid this problem, it is advisable to use either a slip on or stud mount heat sink with this package. If a stud mount heat sink is used, it may be necessary to use insulating washers between the stud and the chassis because the case of the ~A759 is internally connected to the negative power supply terminal. Power Watt Package (~A759U1C) The ~A759U1C is designed to be attached by the tab to a heat sink. This heat sink can be either one of the many heat sinks which are commercially available, a piece of metal such as the equipment chassis, or a suitable amount of copper foil as on a double sided PC board. The important thing to remember is that the negative power supply connection to the op amp must be made through the tab. Furthermore, adequate heat sinking must be provided to keep the chip temperature below 125°C under worst case load and ambient temperature conditions.

Power Watt (U1) Metal Can (H) PO(MAX)

=

TJ(MAX) - TA TJ(MAX) - TA liJC + liCA or liJA

(Without a heat sink) liCA = lics

+ liSA
+ liCA) or TA + POliJA

Solving for TJ: TJ = TA + Po (liJC (Without heat sink) Where: TJ TA Po liJA liJC liCA liCS liSA

= Junction Temperature
= Ambient Temperature
= Power Dissipation

= Junction to ambient

= Junction to case = Case to ambient

thermal resistance thermal resistance

4

= Case to heat sink thermal resistance = Heat sink to ambient
thermal resistance

thermal resistance

Typical Performance Curves Frequency Response at Various Closed Loop Gain Settings
100

Open Loop Gain and Phase Response as a Function of Frequency
100 90

Output Voltage as a Function of Frequency
I 80
160

. r-80
70

'\

1\

o '\

t - ,/~AIN '\.
I'\. \
./


30

'II ..
~ ..

'\
1'\ \
I"\.

0 0 0 0 0

PHA~-

:

..

40

Vs= ±15V fA = 25°C RL = son

100 BO


" I!:

i:

50
40

\
I\. '\

'\.
1\ I\. '\

~ 30 !i! ..
10

"''\1\
10 1 102 103 104 105 lOS 107
FREQUENCY-Hz

0 10

"
I\.
"\ 107

..

60
40

f

0
15 10

5

\
I')...

20 40 10'

-10 100 10 1 102 103 104 105

100

106

10"

10'
FREQUENCY-Hz

10'

10'

FREQUENCY-Hz

4·85

J.LA759
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) p.p Output Voltage as a Function of Load Resistance Voltage Follower Large Signal Pulse Response
Vs = :t15V
RL

Voltage Follower Transient Response
= SO!l
Vs ±15V RL=50n

30
25

II

Vs = ±15V

=

~~ = 21 S0C

V.

>0.. 20

o

~
_

1\/
III III'. IJI

V

II'
-2
- 4

I

fA"" 25"C

OUTPUT

~

50
90%

r

r.......

~; ~ ~O:¢F

15

10

I II

I

INPUT/"

I I
I

--\.

TJ = 150"C

I

\-\

40

--

30

0 0 0

V
10

Ii
100

I
1000

-6

J,...
.02 04 06 08 1.0 1.2
TIME-f.ls

I I

RISeTIME 0.22 f,lS

10

20

30
TIME-Ils

40

50

60

LOAD RESISTANCE-J!

Total Harmonic Distortion as a Function of Frequency
10
Vs = :t15V son RL 20V p_p

Total Harmonic Distortion as a Function of Power Output
10

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency
Vs TA

f = 1 kHz

~~ ~! ~~~~~:g~8n)
Av

I I

/I

1S V 2S"C

=1

1.0

10

1
Av-20D6

V

1

=
1

RL

en
16 32

I I
/

1

L"oID6
II I
10'
103
FREQUENCY-Hz

n n

10'

00 01

1

02

05

0.1

02

05 1.0

2

5

10
FREQUENCY-Hz

POWER OUTPUT-W

Noise Current as a Function of Frequency

Output Short Circuit Current as a Function of Junction Temperature
800

Peak Output Current as a Function of Output Voltage
Power supply-single 36 V Temperature T J '" 25" C

0

I"--... .........,
0 0

500

1 .....-1-...

V V
./

I"--... ........., I"--...
.........

400

1/

300

I"--...

7

.........

200

100 100

-50
FREQUENCY· Hz

50

100

150

12

18

24

30

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE-C

OUTPUT VOLTAGE-V

4·86

p,A759
Offset Null Circuit Paralleling #'A759 Power OP Amps

0.50

VOUT

v0.50

Audio Applications Low Cost Phono Amplifier
C2 10 pF
R3 25 k

v+


Speaker Impedance (ohms) Output Power (watts) Min Supply (volts)
VoutP-P

R1

47 k
CRYSTAL CARTRIDGE'T

~
-=

~''J~ 1
CONT

V-

(volts)

CONTROL

4 8 16 32

.18 .36 .72 1.44

9 12 15 25

2.4 4.8 9.6 19.2

Headphone Amplifier
VIN

~------------'-----------V+

180pF
22 k

10 k

2.2 k

4·87
----

-

-~

.--~-

...

--~

p,A759
Bidirectional Intercom System Using the Power OP Amp
~A759

+12 V

2k

+12 V

t-......_+,10JLF
25 k
BALANCE

16 !1

25 JLF

VOLUME

(
-12 V
(-

:~II

2.7 k

:-11

1

-=+12 V
BALANCE

TONE CONTROL (OPTIONAL)

-

10 JLF

25 k

16!1

25 JLF

VOLUME

2.7 k

-12 V

-=Features
• • • Circuit Simplicity 1 Watt of Audio Output Duplex operation with only one two-wire cable as interconnect.

TONE CONTROL (OPTIONAL)

4·88

JLA759
High Slew Rate Power OP Amp/Audio Amp AC Servo Amplifier - Bridge Type
C
30

5k

50 k

n
10 pF

VIN --.;iI-.J\,fI~""'----'lM--. +28 V

5.1 k

VOUT

10 k +28 V --A.JI/'V"....,--t

-::PO(MAX) (8 11) ~ 18 W

5k

5.1 k

+28 V
5k

o

2 PHASE

SERVOMOTOR

3011

-13 V

*0.47 p.F
10 k

Features • High Slew Rate 9 V I /ls • High 3 dB Power Bandwidth 85 kHz • 18 Watts Output Power Into an 8 D Load. • Low Distortion - .2%, 10 VRMS, 1 kHz Into 8 D Design Consideration • Av 2:: 10 Servo Applications DC Servo Amplifiers
5k 50 k

Features • Gain of 10 • Use of /lA759 Means Simple inexpensive Circuit Design Considerations • 325 rnA Max Output Current

1
Features • Circuit Simplicity • One Chip Means Excellent Reliability Design Considerations IOUT:S 325 mA

SERVOMOTOR

4·89
----.-~--

--

f.LA759
Regulator Applications Adjustable Dual Tracking Regulator
+VIN +7 V to +35 V

GND

-*
2 JLF COMMON CONTROL IN 79MG OUT

+VOUT 5.6 k 1%

1 JLF

I

< 2 k

----1

1 JLF

5.6
1%

-VIN

-7 VI0-35 V

"

125k
-VOUT

Features • Wide Output Voltage Range (± 2.2 to ± 30 V) • Excellent Load Regulation .iVOUT < ±5 mV for .iIOUT = ± 0.2 A • Excellent Line Regulation .iOUT < ± 2 mV for .iVIN = 10 V

4-90

J.LA759
Regulator Applications (Con't) 10 Amp - 12 Volt Regulator
1~25V--~----~-------------'

VIN

R1

12
Q1

2N2907
Q2

2N6125

l
I

Q3

SE9300

R2 2k

I
L
Q4

2N2612

+

151'F l@25V

R4

0.03

n
=

t------. Your
12 k
R5 9.1 k

12V

R6

3k

Features • Excellent Load and Line Regulation • Excellent Temperature Coefficient-Depends Largely on Tempco of the Reference Zener

4·91
.~----.-.---~----~

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

~A771·~A772·~A774

Operational Amplifier Family
Linear Products J.l.A772 Connection Diagram S-Pin DIP

Description These monolithic JFET Input Operational Amplifiers incorporate well-matched ion-implanted JFETS on the same chip with standard bipolar transistors. The key features of these op amps are low input bias currents in the sub nanoamp range plus high slew rate (13 V / J.l.s typically) and wide bandwidth (3.0 MHz typically). • • • • LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENT-200 pA LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT-100 pA HIGH SLEW RATE -13 V / J.l.S TYPICALLY WIDE BANDWIDTH-3.0 MHz TYPICALLY

OUTA -INA +INA
y

y+ OUTB -INB +INB

J.l.A771 Connection Diagram B-Pin DIP

(Top View)

OFFSET NULL -IN +IN y-

NC y+ OUT OFFSET NULL

Order Information Type Package J.l.A772AM Ceramic J.l.A772BM Ceramic J.l.A772A Ceramic J.l.A772B Ceramic J.l.A772 Ceramic J.l.A772 A Molded J.l.A772B Molded J.l.A772 Molded J.l.A774 Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
OUTA -IN A +IN A

Code

6T 6T 6T 6T 6T 9T 9T 9T

Part No. J.l.A772ARM J.l.A772BRM J.l.A772ARC J.l.A772BRC J.l.A772RC J.l.A772ATC J.l.A772BTC J.l.A772TC

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J.l.A771AM Ceramic IlA771BM Ceramic J.l.A771A Ceramic J.l.A771 B Ceramic J.l.A771 Ceramic J.l.A 771 A Molded J.l.A771B Mo~ed J.l.A771 Molded J.l.A771L Ceramic J.l.A 771 L Molded

Code

6T 6T 6T 6T 6T 9T 9T 9T 6T 9T

Part No. J.l.A771ARM IlA771BRM J.l.A771ARC J.l.A771BRC J.l.A771RC J.l.A771ATC J.l.A771BTC J.l.A771TC J.l.A771LRC J.l.A771 LTC

V+
+IN B -IN B OUT B

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J.l.A774L Ceramic J.l.A 77 4L Molded

Code 6A 9A

Part No. J.l.A774LDC J.l.A774LPC

4·92

J.LA771 • J.LA772 • J.LA774
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Ceramic DIP Molded DIP Package Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Range (Note 2) Output Short-Circuit Duration Storage Temperature Range Ceramic Molded Equivalent Circuit
.---------------~----------~~--------~--------------------~----~~--~-v+ R, R2 R3 R4

± 18 V
670 mW 310 mW ±30 V ± 16 V continuous -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C

Operating Temperature Range Commercial
~AF77XA,~AF77XB, ~AF77X, ~AF77XL

O°C to +70°C -55°C to +125°C 260°C 300°C

Military
~AF77XAM,~AF77XBM

Pin Temperature Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s)


NOTE
R17

NOTE
R18

~~~--~~_+~--~~--4-+_----4-~--~~------~----------------~-------4--~V-

OFFSET NULL

OFFSET NULL

NOTE

NOTE

Note I'A771 only

Notes 1. Rating applies to ambIent temperatures up to 70 D e above TA = 70 D e 5.6 mW / De for the minI DIP and 8.3 mW / De for the DIP
4-93

2 Unless otherwIse specIfIed the absolute maxImum negatIve Input voltage IS equal to the negatIve power supply voltage.

p,A771 • p,A772 • p,A774
DC Electrical Characteristics-Commercial Grade Devices Symbol Characteristic Condition Unit

The Following Specifications Apply for Vs Vos lOS
18

= ± 15 V, TA = 25°C
10.0 100 50 10 12 200 50 10 12 50 100 25 2.8 2.8 15.0 100 200 mV pA pA

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input
Bi~s

(Note 3) RS

Current

= 10 kn = 25°C (Notes 3, 4)Tj = 25°C
(Notes 3, 4) Tj Vo

RIN AVOL Isc IS

Input Resistance Large Signal Voltage Gain Short Circuit Current Supply Current Per Amplifier

n
V/mV mA mA

= ± 10 V

RL

= 2 kn

50

100 25

The Following Specifications Apply for Vs Vos
~Vos/~T

= ± 15 V, O°C :$ TA 70°C
RS

Input Offset Voltage Average TC of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Supply Current

(Note 3) Rs

= 10 kn
10

13 10 4.0 8.0

20

mV j.LV/oC

= 10 kn

los
18

(Notes 3,4) (Notes 3,4) Vo RL RL

4.0

nA nA V/mV V V

,
25 ±12 ±10
1,.,

8.0

AVOL Vo VCM CMRR PSRR IS

= ± 10 V, = 10 kn = 2 kn = 10 kn = 10 kn

RL

= 2 kn

25 ± 12 ±10 ± 11 +15 -12

± 11 70 70 3.0

+15 -12

V dB dB 3.0 mA

Rs RS

70 70

Per Amplifier

Notes 3 YOS. Ie and lOS are measured at YCM = O. 4. The Input bIas currents are junctIon leakage currents whIch approxImately double for every 10'C increase In the lunction temperature. TJ Due to limIted productIon test tIme, the Input bIas currents measured are correlated to JunctIon temperature. In normal operatIon the JunctIon temperature roses above the ambIent temperature as a result of Internal power dlssipatoon, 4-94

Po TJ = TA = 8JA Po where 8JA is the thermal resistance from JunctIon to ambIent. Use of a heat sInk IS recommended If Input bIas current IS to be kept to a minImum. 5 Supply voltage rejectIon ratIo IS measured for both supply magnItudes Increasing or decreaSIng sImultaneously In accordance with common practice.

J,LA771 • J,LA772 • J,LA774
DC Electrical Characteristics-Commercial Grade Devices Symbol Characteristic Condition

Unit

The Following Specifications Apply for Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C Vas lOS IS RIN AVOL ISC Is Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Large Signal Voltage Gain Short Circuit Current Supply Current Per Amplifier Va (Note 3) RS (Notes 3, (Notes 3,

= 10 kfl 4) TJ = 25°C 4) Tj = 25°C
RL

2.0 50 50 10 12 100 50 10 12 50 100 25 2.8

5.0 50 100

mV pA pA fl V/mV rnA

10 V

= 2 kfl

50

100 25

2.8

rnA

The Following Specifications Apply for Vs = ± 15 V, O°C S TA 70°C Vas
~VOS/~T

Input Offset Voltage Average TC of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Supply Current

(Note 3) Rs

RS

= 10 kfl
10

4.0 10 2.0 4.0

7.0

mV jlV 1°C

= 10 kfl

lOS IS AVOL Va VCM CMRR PSRR IS

(Notes 3,4) (Notes 3, 4) Va RL RL

2.0 4.0 25 ± 12 ±10

nA nA V/mV V V

10 V,

RL

= 2 kfl

25 ±12 ±10 ±11 +15 -12

= 10 kfl = 2 kfl

±11 80 80 3.0

+15 -12

V dB dB 3.0 rnA

RS Rs

= 10 kfl = 10 kfl

80 80

Per Amplifier

Notes 3 VOS. IS and lOS are measured at VCM ; 0 4 The Input bias currents are Junction leakage currents which approximately double for every 10'C Increase In the Junction temperature. TJ Oue to limited production test time. the Input bias currents measured are correlated to Junction temperature
In normal operation the Junction temperature rises above the

Po TJ ; T A ; IIJA Po where IIJA IS the thermal resistance from Junction to ambient Use of a heat Sink IS recommended If Input bias current IS to be kept to a minimum 5 Supply voltage rejection ratio IS measured for both supply magnitudes increasing or decreaSing simultaneously In
accordance With common practice

ambient temperature as a result of Internal power diSSipation.

4·95

JlA771 • JlA772 • JlA774
DC Electrical Characteristics-Military Grade Devices Symbol Characteristic Condition Unit

The Following Specifications Apply for Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C Vos los Is RIN AVOL Vo VCM CMRR PSRR Is Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Supply Current RS = 10 kQ RS = 10 kQ Per Amplifier Vo = ± 10 V, RL = 10 kQ RL = 2 kQ RL = 2 kQ 50 ±12 ±10 ±11 80 80 2.8 +15 -12 RS = 10 kQ (Note 3) 50 10 12 50 ± 12 ±10 ±11 80 80 2.8 +15 -12 2.0 50 100 50 10 12 5.0 50 100 mV pA pA Q V/mV V V V dB dB mA (Notes 3, 4) Tj = 25°C (Notes 3,4) TJ = 25°C

The Following Specifications Apply for Vs = ± 15 V, -55°C Vos
~Vos/~T

::s

TA 125°C 5.0 10 20 50 10 20 50 25 ±12 ±10 80 80 3.4 3.4 8.0 mV IlVo IC nA nA V/mV V V dB dB mA

Input Offset Voltage Average TC of Input Offset Voltage Input
Offs~t

RS = 10 kQ RS = 10 kQ (Notes 3,4) (Notes 3,4) Vo = ± 10 V RL = 10 kQ RL = 2 kQ RS = 10 kQ RS = 10 kQ Per Amplifier

(Note 3)

los Is AVOL Vo CMRR PSRR IS

Current

Input Bias:Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Supply Current

RL = 2 kQ

25 ±12 ±10 80 80

Commercial and Military AC Electrical Characteristics Symbol SR GBW en in Characteristic Slew Rate Gain Bandwidth Product Equivalent Input Noise Voltage Equivalent Input Noise Current

V S = ± 15 V, TA = 25 ° C All Grades Condition
(Figure 1) (Figure 2)

Min

Typ 13 3.0 16 0.01

Max

Unit V / IlS MHz nV/VHz pA/VHz

RS = 100 Q, f = 1000 Hz f = 1000 Hz

Notes on preceding page

4-96

J.LA 771 • J.LA 772 • J.LA 77 4
Typical Performance Curves

Output Voltage Swing vs. Load Resistance
JO

Output Voltage Swing vs. Supply Voltage
0

Open Loop Frequency Response
140 120
allOO

V,

r,

-15V 25°C

I--

I
5

/

V
g.-30

~

/
11

V

0

"
G
~

Z

80
60
40 20

~

045

'\~~r~~

"

090

/
/

g
w
~

0

'\0&"

"

-135

Z

0

1/
./
o
01

0

"'~ "
"lOOK 1M

"

180

0
05 10 50 10

020

'\
10 100 lK 10K 10M 100M FREQUENCY - Hz

o

10 SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

15
V

20

OUTPUT lOA.D - !l

Maximum Undistorted Output vs. Frequency

Gain Bandwidth Product vs. Temperature

Slew Rate vs. Temperature
25
Vs !15V

"
28

II
r-Rl
TA

llil 1lv
10K
25°C


~

20

~

"-

" '-.
\
1K 10K
lOOK

5

.....

t-- -......,

"
25

10

"- t-25 50 75 100 125

1

o
1M 10M

5
75 -50 25 25 50 75 100 125 75 50
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE - 'C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -' C

FREQUENCY - Hz:

Small Signal Pulse Response
0

Input Bias Current vs. Temperature
Vs =1",,:lSV
1M

Bias Current Warm-up Change

r, I "ocl
0
~

50

E

Vs -- 415V R, ~ 20 Cl = lOOpl

I

0
0 0 0 0

f\ 90%f T ......
/

~100K

/
/

~150~-+--+-~--~--~-+--+-~

~
()
~

~

10K 1K

I

/
lO'1l
25 50

RISETIME =60

,
I
75 100 125 150
TIME - NS

iii "
~

o

V

/

100 10
1

ir ~

-50

./'

i-"""

25

25

50

75

100

125
TIME AFTER POWER SUPPLY TURN-ON MINUTES

CASE TEMPERATURE _ °C

4 97
0

p,A771 • p,A772 • p,A774
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Maximum Common Mode Input Voltage vs. Supply Voltage

Supply Current vs. Temperature
Ys=±15Y

. ~ g .
o
C

0

15

~

'" ~ IJ
>

'"
~

10

~~:7
~o

.,Ji.t,.~

.. /

V
~

50r--r~--t--r-1--t--r-i

/ 20r--r-1--+--r-1--+--r-1 10r--r-1--+--r-1--+--r-1

.
;:
in

5

/ /
/

+0; ~

A.,."'i

0 10

15

..0

-so

-25

0

25

50

75

100

125

SUPPLY VOLTAGE· =V

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ 0 c

Test Circuit Input Offset Voltage Null Circuit (JLA771 only)

vTypical Applications Fig. 1. Unity Gain Amplifier Fig. 2. Gain-of-10 Inverting Amplifier
10 kfl

4·98

FAIRCHIL.D
A Schlumberger Company

JLA776 Multi-Purpose Programmable Op Amp
Linear Products Connection Diagram S-Pin Metal Package
ISET

Description The IlA776 Programmable Operational Amplifier is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. High input impedance, low supply currents, and low input noise over a wide range of operating supply voltages coupled with programmable electrical characteristics result in an extremely versatile amplifier for use in high accuracy, low power consumption analog applications. Input noise voltage and current, power consumption, and input current can be optimized by a single resistor or current source that sets the chip quiescent current for nano watt power consumption or for characteristics similar to the IlA741. Internal frequency compensation, absence of latch-up, high slew rate and short circuit current protection assure ease of use in long time integrators, active filters, and sample and hold circuits. • MICROPOWER CONSUMPTION • ± 1.2 V to ± 1S V OPERATION • NO FREQUENCY COMPENSATION REQUIRED • LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENTS • WIDE PROGRAMMING RANGE • HIGH SLEW RATE • LOW NOISE • SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION • OFFSET NULL CAPABILITY • NO LATCH-UP

-IN

>-~OOUT

v(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA776 Metal IlA776C Metal Connection Diagram S-Pin DIP
OFFSET NULL -IN +IN v-

Code 5W 5W

Part No. IlA776HM IlA776HC

8
ISET v+ OUT OFFSET NULL

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA776C Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. IlA776TC

4·99

-----._-----

JlA776
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage ± 18 V Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) 500 mW Metal Package 310 mW DIP Differential Input Voltage ± 30 V Input Voltage (Note 2) ± 15 V Voltage Between Offset Null and V±0.5 V ISET (Maximum Current at ISET) 500 IlA VSET (Maximum Voltage to Ground at ISET) (V+ -2.0 V)
Storage Temperature Metal Package DIP Operating Temperature Military (IlA776) Commercial (IlA 776C) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal Package (60 s) DIP(10s) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3)

-65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C

300°C 260°C Indefinite

:s

VSET

:s

V+

Equivalent Circuit
ISET

.---------------~~----_.----~----~--~------._------------------~-------v+

INVERTING INPUT

R3 2 kn

R4 50 II

Cl

R5 100 II OUTPUT R7 100 n R6 100 II

OFFSET NULL

OFFSET NULL
Q24

RS 50 II

Rl

R2

10 kll

10 kll

~----~--------~----~~----~--~--------~~----------------~------V-

Notes
1. Ratmg applies to ambient temperatures up to 70°C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW / °C for Metal Can. 8.3 mW / °C for the DIP, and 5.6 mW / °C for the Mmi DIP 2. For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum mput voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 4·100 3. Short Circuit may be to ground or either supply. Rating applies to +125°C case temperature or +75°C ambient temperature for ISET :'5 30 !lA.

JlA776
± 15 V Operation for IJ.A776 Electrical Characteristics TA = 25 ° C, unless otherwise specified. ISET Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Short-Circuit Current Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (unity gain) Slew Rate Output Voltage Swing Rise Time VIN Overshoot CL RL ;::: 75 kll, Your RL ;::: 5 kll, Your Condition Rs :::5 10 kll Rs :::5 10 kll Min

= 1.51J.A
Typ 2.0 0.7 2.0 50 2.0 9.0 Max 5.0 3.0 7.5

'SET Min

= 15IJ.A
Typ 2.0 2.0 15 5.0 2.0 18 Max 5.0 15 50 Unit mV nA nA mil pF mV V/V

= ± 10 V = ± 10 V

200 k 400 k 5.0 k 3.0 20 25 0.75 100 k 400 k 1.0 k 12 160 180 5.4 0.35 10 0.8 ±10 6.0 5.0 10 7.5 20 ±10 ±10 90 25 150 75 k ±10 30 0.9 200 6.0 70 90 25 150 ± 13 6.0 15 40 50 120

VIV Il mA IJ.A mW IJ.S % V/lJ.s V V mV nA nA nA nA V dB IJ.VIV V/V V IJ.A mW

= 20 mV, RL ;::: 5 kll, = 100 pF
± 12

RL ;::: 5 kll RL;::: 75 kll

1.6 0 0.1 ± 14

RL ;::: 5 kll The following specifications apply -55°C < TA < +125°C Input Offset Voltage RS :::5 10 kll

Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption

= +125°C TA = -55°C TA = +125°C TA = -55°C
TA RS :::510 kll RS:::5 10 kll RL ;::: 75 kll, Your RL;::: 75 kll 70

= ± 10 V

100 k ±10

4·101

JLA776
± 3 V Operation For p,A776 Electrical Characteristics TA = 25°C , unless otherwise specified ISET Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Short-Circuit Current Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (unity gain) Slew Rate Rise Time VIN = 20 mV, RL 100 pF Overshoot CL
~

= 1.5 p,A
Typ
2.0 0.7 2.0 50 2.0 9.0 Max 5.0 3.0 7.5

ISET Min

= 15 p,A
Typ
2.0 2.0 15 5.0 2.0 18 Max 5.0 15 50 Unit mV nA nA Mg pF mV V/V

Condition Rs:5 10 kg

Min

= ± 1V RL ~ 5 kg, Your = ± 1 V
RL ~ 75 kg, Your

50 k

200 k 50 k 5.0 k 3.0 13 78 20 120 200 k 1.0 k 5.0 130 780 0.6 5 0.35 6.0 5.0 10 7.5 20 6.0 15 40 50 120 ± 1.0 86 25 150 70 86 25 150 160 960

V/V g rnA p,A p,W p,s
010

=
~

5 kg,

3.0 0 0.03

RL

5 kg

V/p,s mV nA nA nA nA V dB p,VIV VIV

The following specifications apply for -55°C -< TA -< +125°C Rs:5 10 kg Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption Rs :510 kg Rs:5 10 kg TA

= +125°C = -55°C
± 1.0 70

TA = -55°C TA = +125°C TA

=± 1V RL ~ 5 kg, VOUT = ± 1 V
RL RL RL
~

75 kg, Your 75 kg

25 k 25 k ±2.0 ±2.4 ± 1.9 ±2.1 25 150 180

VIV V V p,A 1080 p,W

~
~

5 kg

4-102

J.LA776
± 15 V Operation for J.LA 776C Electrical Characteristics TA = 25 ° C, unless otherwise specified ISET Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Short-Circuit Current Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (unity gain) Slew Rate Output Voltage Swing Rise Time VIN 20 mV, RL 2: 5 kn, Overshoot CL ::5 100 pF RL ::5 5 kn RL 2: 75 kn RL 2: 5 kn The following specifications apply O°C < TA < +70°C Input Offset Voltage RS ::5 10 kn Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption RS ::5 10 kn RS ::5 10 kn" RL 2: 75 kn, RL 2: 75 kn 7.5 6.0 10 10 20 ±10 70 90 25 200 50 k ±10 35 1.05 200 6.0 ±10 70 90 25 200 ±12 RL 2: 75 kn, RL 2: 5 kn, Conditions Rs ::5 10 kn Min

= 1.5 J.LA
Typ 2.0 0.7 2.0 50 2.0 9.0 Max 6.0 6.0 10

ISET = 15 J.LA Min Typ 2.0 2.0 15 5.0 2.0 18 Max 6.0 25 50 Unit mV nA nA Mn pF mV VIV 50 k 400 k 1.0 12

Your = ± 10 V Your = ± 10 V

50 k

400 k 5.0 3.0 20 30 0.9

V/V
kn mA 190 5.7 J.LA mW J.LS %

160

=

1.6 0 0.1 ± 14 ±10

0.35 10 0.8 ±13 7.5 25 40 50 100

V/J.Ls
V V mV nA nA nA nA V dB

= +70°C TA = O°C TA = +70°C TA = O°C
TA

J.LVIV
VIV V J.LA mW

Your

= ± 10 V

50 k ± 10

4-103

..

--~

.. -

----~

.------

JLA776
±3 V Operation For /LA776C Electrical Characteristics TA = 25 ° C, unless otherwise specified ISET = 1.5 /LA Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Short-Circuit Current Supply Current Power Consumption Transient Response (unity gain) Slew Rate Rise Time VIN = 20 mV, RL Overshoot CL ::5 100 pF RL ::5 5 kn
~

ISET = 15 /LA Min Typ 2.0 2.0 15 5.0 2.0 18 Max 6.0 25 50 Unit mV nA nA mn pF mV VIV 25 k 200 k 1.0 5.0 VIV kn mA 170 1020 /LA

Condition Rs ::5 10 kn

Min

Typ 2.0 0.7 2.0 50 2.0 9.0

Max 6.0 6.0 10

RL RL

~ ~

75 kn, VOUT =

±1V

25 k

200 k 5.0 3.0 13 78 20 120

5 kn, Your = ± 1 V

130 780 0.6 5 0.35

/LW
/LS % V / /LS

5 kn,

3.0 0 0.03 7.5 6.0 10 10 20 ± 1.0 ± 1.0 86 25 25 k 25 k ±2.0 ±2.4 200 70

The following specifications apply for O°C < TA < +70°C Input Offset Voltage RS ::5 10 kn Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current Power Consumption Rs ::510 kn Rs ::5 10 kn RL
~

7.5 25 40 50 100

mV nA nA nA nA V

TA = +70°C TA = O°C TA = +70°C TA = O°C

70

86 25 200

dB /LV IV V/V VIV V V 180 /LA 1080 /LW

75 kn, Your = ± 1 V

RL ~ 5 kn, Your = ± 1 V RL ~ 75 kn RL
~

5 kn 25 150

±2.0 ±2.1

4-104

JLA776
Typical Performance Curves for IJ.A776 and IJ.A776C Input Bias Current as a Function of Set Current
10

Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
0

Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
5 4\

o

LIJJ5.J I III
"'30 V < Vs
<'

+1' V 4 ......

+3~V~VS!:!:1Jy

'310vlvs~ "lv
\

0

1.1

1/

"-

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3
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=

15 jJ.A

-

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001

01

10

100

o

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"- I'
15ET=15.u.6:_

2

,- 140 0
-60

eo

100

-20

20

I"....!.,LJ5'A- r-

"h..

140

60

100

ISET - SEY CURRENT - J.l.A

TEMPERATURE _ °C

TEMPERATURE _ °C

Change in Input Offset Voltage as a Function of Set Current
';.
w

Change in Input Offset Voltage as a Function of Ambient Temperature (Unnulled)
';.
000 v!
=

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Set Current

500 300 10 0

~1 ~ 2;.C I I I I
::!:30 V :S Ys :S 1:18 V

i
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!:; 300

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ISET '" 15,u.A

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£

10-".~9
10-13 TA 25°C +30 Y:S Ys < +18 Y f 1 kHz .lot 1 Hz 10-14

g
0

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~ -100 i!!
~ -300
%
(J

i',

...
......
10
100
IJ.A

~

200 100 0
-10 0

V
V
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%

w

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10-15

g
z
10- 1 6

:>

i
20
60

5
ISET -

0_ 30 SET CURRENT -

0

-eo

-20

100

140

10-17

00.

01
ISET -

10
SET CURRENT IJA

100

TEMPERATURE _ °C

Input Noise Voltage and Current as a Function of Frequency
10-1

£
~
w

.
5

Input Noise Current as a Function of Set Current
£ . . .15 \:
z
0

Optimum Source Resistor for Minimum Noise as a Function of Set Current
100

'!'(ISE)·

151,AI±:::

.,
c:

" ~ 10-1
g

1+3olv ,J,,±\.v
TA '" 25°C

.
:>

"' o z
~ 10-1 6

W

e~21ISE! I

10-25 ~

'" ...I
(J

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-

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g
z
10-1

.........

I I I
In2(ISET '" 15 ,u.A)
In2(ISEl

::l

,.

,
10

15 lolA)

100 k

100

1 k
Hz

10 k

1

0-27

.iii ... . 10-291-H-f+-++H+4TA "" 25°C . ,. ::l if ~;E~~~~~!E+3~oivll<~v~s~<~+~,,~v:,t
0

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10-30

.lot 1 Hz 11kHz

001

01

10

100

o1

001

10
SET CURRENT jl.A

100

FREQUENCY -

ISET -

SET CURRENT -

jl.A

4-105

JLA776
Typical Performance Curves for p.A776 and p.A776C (Cont.) Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance
TA

i
0

.. . "
> I

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage
2

Gain-Bandwidth Product as a Function of Set Current
•• M

,.·c ......

I"'" -+-T"
Vs "" ±15 Y

""
V

" :l
~

."i

11

K. "" 'Yj i '5t
Ys=±15Y

ISET = 15 JJA

> I


4

TA '" 25°C ISET =-',5 J.lA
RL "" 5 kfl

II1111
'M n

.2

1.1

! 2• " • ~
~

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V

g
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Vs - ±15

1 M

i-'
v/ ./
Vs-±30V

6 c " Ir

UL.!.v
lOAD RESISTANCE -

~

1S "A S ISET S 151lA

•••

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1111

....

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2

,ai-""
~~

~.

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ISET '" 1 5 j.lA

b

:0;.00

1/

RL '" 5 kU

8

.V

~
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:!:6 ±9

!
Z

10


• o.
ISET SET CURRENT -

_12 +
V

_15 +

_18 +

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

••

.00
p.A

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Ambient Temperature
Vs = ±15 Y

Power Supply Rejection Ratio as a Function of Set Current
±3Q v:s Vs:S 18 Y TA = 25°C

z

••• •
500

Ys=±30V

'4M

~
~

~400
~

9
z o

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.... •
200

_~SET == 15 p.A

Rl == 5 kll "",

r,OD •

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........

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~

z :c

12M

~ET=15I'A'

1M

15ET"'15",,- ~ ~
RL=75kfl

g ... • .9
600 400
2••

RL=Sr n I

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2.

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..

'00

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.... • •..
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~=±A ~ ~ IlRl=75kn

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~ f-of-

-""""
••
•••
J.tA

2.

80

100

140

TEMPERATURE _ °C

TEMPERATURE _ °C

ISET -

SET CURRENT -

Supply Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature ... r-.,.-,......,.-,-,-,......,.-,-r-, 1 _
ISET -; 15 "A
Vs +15 V

Standby Supply Current as a Function of Set Current

.... F~;O :5;~s

Thermal Response of Input Offset Voltage to Step Change of Case Temperature
~ BOO

<

+18 Y
~

.20 Vs ±30 V-I--

~800
V
/
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40

-- -~.c '2~.C

1

B
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10

r-r-r-+-+-+-+-1-1--r~

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/

i .. I-+-~-+~t-+-~-+~-~
ISET '" 15 pA

~200
~
~

. ~~~:;~~f:~v~s;-;±~. ~~;;;~~
~~.~~-2O~~~2D~~~ .. ~~~ ... ~~ ...
TEMPERATURE _ °C

.1

Vs

±3.0 v

•• •••

" ~


-20

Ys=±15V
InltialOllyt

••
IseT SET CURRENT -

••
/J.A

(J

Vt"i
4.

<

'00

2.

1·',-.. ..

-

TIME FROM HEAT APPLICATION -

4-106

,."A776
Typical Performance Curves for /lA776 and /lA776C (Cont.) Stabilization Time of Input Offset Voltage From Power On Input Offset Voltage Drift as a Function of Time Slew Rate as a Function of Set Current

.. "
I

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!:;
>
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0

1/

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~ 100

Js
V

=

TA = 12S"C

~'1 ~_

0

8

0 1
Ys

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+15 Y

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-20

V 1/
J
/
TA = 25°C

.c.
v

5
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..
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TREND LINE

60

... ::>
z

40

/
I

1

IV
VS - ±3.0

-30

00 1

1/
V
01
ISET -

V

Vs=±15V
-40

0

J:

InTal
0 1 2 3

I"·et\ YO'i l' 0('V
ge
4 5 6 7 8 9

" ~
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20

II
200 400
TIME -

-1

0 600
HRS

800

1000

0001 001

10
SET CURRENT p.A

100

TIME FROM POWER APPLICATION - MIN

Set Current as a Function of Set Resistor
100 M

Quiescent Current Setting Resistor (ISET to V-) ISET

ISET Equations

v+
ISET =

-0.7 RSET
IS

v-

....
10 M

Vs - +15 Y

Vs
± 1.5 V

1.5/lA
1.7 MO 3.6MO 7.5 MO 20MO

15/lA
170 kO 360 kO 750 kO 2.0 MO

......

where RSET

connected to V-

1 M

.>
Vs = ±3 yt-

±3.0V

V+ -0.7 ISET = RSET
where RSET is connected to ground.

100 k

" ....
GjD

±6.0V ± 15 V

10

k

-II ir" 'f

II

l!"

10 Y_

10
ISET -p.A

10

100

Note The /lA776 may be operated with RSET connected to ground or V-

Voltage Follower Transient Response (Unity Gain)
.6
41

>
I

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I!: ::>
0

.
0

E

40

V""I

32 24
11

> ... ::>

I I I I
TIME -

'k

= 15 Jl.A = 5 kn CL = 100 pF
ISET

Ys=±15Y

I--

-I
15
JI.'

25

4·107

JLA776
Biasing Circuits Resistor Biasing Voltage Offset Null Circuit

>---6
3

100 k!l
~·-_-v-

2

Your

RSET

FET Current Source Biasing vRSET Connected to Ground

"::"

2
6 3

v+

1----vG

Your

3
RSEr

vTransient Response Test Circuit

vRSET Connected to Vo Recommended for supply voltages less than ± 6 V.

>-....- _ - - - Your

Transistor Current Source Blasing
2
6

RL

3

v-

r---vs

v-

4-108

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

J.LA791
Power Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 10-Pin Metal Package

Description The IlA791 is a High Performance Monolithic Operational Amplifier constructed using the Fairchild Planar Epitaxial process with input characteristics similar to the IlA 741 operational amplifier and 1A available output current. It is intended for use in a wide variety of applications including audio amplifiers, servo amplifiers, and power supplies. The high gain and high output power capability provide superior performance wherever an operational amplifier I power booster combination is required. The IlA791 is thermal-overload and short-circuit protected. CURRENT OUTPUT TO 1 A SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION OFFSET VOLTAGE NULL CAPABILITY NO LATCH UP LARGE COMMON MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL MODE RANGES • THERMAL-OVERLOAD PROTECTION • • • • •

v(SHORTED TO CASE) -IN
"""-Ir-"""",J +IN

v+
CURRENT SENSE

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA791C Metal IlA 791 Metal

Code 5H 5H

Part No. IlA791KC IlA791KM

Equivalent Circuit
COMPENSATION
V

4

2

08

R13

NON-INVERTING INPUT R5

R7

t--------t-- 3
THERMAL SHUTDOWN

CURRENT SENSE

5 pF

r~----i OUTPUT
1 R9 R10
D2

03~--~E-------~

~--.,.....--+---~-'i::'013

06
OFFSET ADJUST

Q7

8
R12
Rl

R2

R3

R4

R6

,.
COMPENSATION

v-

Note Pin connections shown are for metal can.
4·109

J.LA791
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Military (j.lA791) Commercial (j.lA791C) Peak Output Current Continuous Internal Power Dissipation (Total Package) (Note 1) Peak Internal Power Dissipation (Per Output Transistor for t :$ 5 s, Note 2) Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 3) Voltages between offset Null and VOperating Junction Temperature Military (j.lA791) Commercial (j.lA791C) Storage Temperature Metal Package Pin Temperature Metal Package (Soldering, 60 s max.)

±22 V ± 18 V 1.25 A .Internally Limited 15 W ±30 V ± 15 V ±0.5 V -55°C to +150°C O°C to +125°C -65°C to +150°C 280°C
Notes 1 Thermal resistance of the packages (without a heat sink)

Package

Junction to Case Typ Max 4 6

Junction to Ambient Typ Max 35 40

Unit

TO·3

°CtW

2. Under short circuit conditions, the safe operating area and dc power dissIpation limitations must be observed. 3. For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maxImum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage.

j.lA791 and j.lA791C Electrical CharacteristiCs

Vs

= ± 15 V, TJ = 25°C unless otherwise specified
j.lA791 Min

Characteristic Condition Input Offset Voltage Rs:$ 10 kO Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Output Short Circuit Current Supply Current (Zero Signal) AL 1 kO, VOUT ± 10 V RL 100, VOUT ± 10 V Rse 0, RL 1 kO 10 0 Rse 0, RL Ase 0.7 0 Rse = 1.50

Typ
1.0 20 80 2.0 ± 15

Max 5.0 200 500

0.3

j.lA791C Typ Min 2.0 20 80 0.3 1.0 ± 15 ± 12 70 ± 13

Max 6.0 200 500

Units mV nA nA MO mV V dB

± 12 70

±13

150

150 20 k 20 k ± 11.5 ±14 ±10 ± 12.2 1000 500

j.lVtV VIV VIV V V mA mA mA

= = = = =

= =

= =

50k 50 k ± 12 ±10

±14 ± 12.2 1000 500 25

30

4·110

JLA791
IlA791 and IlA791C Electrical Characteristics (Cont.) The following specifications apply for -55°C :5 TJ :5 150°C Characteristic Condition Input Offset Voltage Rs:5 10 kn Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Common Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Supply Current (Zero Signal) Typical Performance Curvea for IlA791 and IlA791C Input Blaa Current aa a Function of Junction Temperature
3.0

IlA791 Typ Min

Max 6 500 1.5

}lA791C Typ Min

Max 7.5 300 800

Units mV nA nA dB

70 150 25 k 25 k ±10 ±10 30

70 150 15 k 15 k ±10 ±10 30

RL = 1 kn, VOUT = ± 10 V RL = 10 kn, VOUT = ± 10 V Rsc= 0, RL = 1 kn RSC = 0, RL = 10 kn

IlV/V VIV VIV V V mA

Input Offaet Current aa a Function of Junction Temperature
150

Output Realatance aa a Function of Frequency (Open Loop)
12

V=~15V
--

v=

~15 v
;!


I
I
10 M

:\
0 0 0

...

\.

i:l

~ 100 a:

1\
\.

1100

~
lour.:: 0

:3 a:
!;

!!! 75

\
20
TJ -

t;

50 60

20

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

"

~
~

50

\

~ 50

!;

"-............
-20
TJ -

o "
f-

.........

r-140 180

I ~ 25

1I II
lOUT::' 0

!-IV

I/.

o

60

100

--80

20

&0

100

140

180

II
1 k 10 k 100 k
Hz

100

1 M

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

FREQUENCY -

Voltage Gain aa a Function of Power Supply Voltage

Power Supply Rejection Ratio aa a Function of Frequency
100

Input Nolae Voltage aa a Function of Frequency
10-1 3

75

TJ '"

.0

~V
,,/ V

. / ~.oc
TJ:

~5~C

t--

V ~ ~15 Y T, = 25°C

II
I

vi
TJ

=

+\~Iv
25"C

80

10-1

.
,

!~oc

60

r-.
10-1

40

2'

"
10-' 6
100
1 k 10 k
Hz

10

15

20

25
±V

30

1.

100 k

1 M

1.

,

..

I

1 k
Hz

1. k

100 k

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCV -

4-111

J.tA791
Typical Performance Curves for #A791 and #A791C (Cont.) Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency
10 ,

,
3

Total Noise (20 Hz-20 kHz) as a Function of Junction Temperature
20 100 kll
V
0

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Output Current
175 Vs
="

T,

v' -',\1'v
25°C

,m.
METER

"15 V

,

r=: G11N
!

I

10

~
.". .". ",A791 FILTER 2D Hz -

:r 150
I
w

1~15

v

20 kHz

,
GAIN - 1000

I I
R, R, R,
100 Jl 1k!1 10 kJl

g
I-

" ~
il 5
o
I

<e12S

r-- r-..-

100

-Rsc"'30U

Rsc-062n 75
Rsc

,
10-2

GAIN - 100 GAIN 10

GAIN -

~oo
20 60 100

I
I

-1'5
750

J1

~ 50
25 140

GAIN - 1000

,
10 100
1k FReQUENCY Hz

0 10 k 100 k
TJ -

I I
-20

I

o

250
lOUT -

500

1000

1250
-.::mA

1500

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE _ °C

OUTPUT CURRENT -

Output Safe Operating Area per Output Transistor
> I
w

Short Circuit Current as a Function of Current Sense Resistor. RsC
1500

Short Circuit Current as a Function of Case Temperature
1250

"

td < 20

~ 75

'I I V
de

['---.
...........

~125 0

E "

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g ~ ...
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:3

~

II

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~
1000
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I

I 1000

I

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de

1-75

I IV
/
-os

(j 500

~ :; ~

75 0

\

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... ...

750

r-15 -10

/
Vto
05
A
<

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20

~

"'- ...........
as
Rsc -

:;
i:i

~ 500

s

ii

25 0

r--....
25
(1

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~

~ 25 0

-

-

--

~ ........
~ !I
-

--

r---

I

~ IRse. 130 Jl

Rse

1'57- C-C-125

I -- r-=:
75 100
°C

10

0

10

15

20

30

o

·50

-25
TJ -

25

50

lOUT -

OUTPUT CURRENT -

CURRENT SENSE RESISTOR -

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -

Power Bandwidth as a Function of Closed Loop Gain
1 M RL TJ

Slew Rate as a Function of Closed Loop Gain
100

Voltage Gain as a Function of Open Loop Frequency Response
TJ -2SoC-

v', ' 11 !"II
=
co
Q

V

v; ";5V_
~

160

2S C

,.

0

" I
:I: 100 k

112<1

III III
Cc - 0

UI =1":5 I

tl

RL = 110 TJ = 25°C

~
z

~
:l
ffi

/'

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V

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0 8

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10

w

.... I-I--

Cc

5 pF

I ,
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--

> 60

o
~

~ ~ ~

V
1

" ~ 40
~
0 0 10

Cc == 100 fF

1111
100

10
CLOSED LOOP GAIN

100

10
CLOSED LOOP GAIN

100

,.

10 k
Hz

I

I-100 k 1 M

FREQUENCY -

4-112

,."A791
Typical Performance Curves for jLA791 and jLA791C (Cont.) Open Loop Phase Response as a Function of Frequency Frequency Response for Closed Loop Gains

80 40
w '" w
~

I

Ul
III
ell II' ~F
~d:ce
-0

I ~II I ,~ IJ I
R,

Til
I'

11 Jl 25°C

-

80

Jelilo

~II I.,~IJ

I'-

RL - 11 II

TJ

25°C

ill c
I
~
~

-40 -<10
-160 -200 -240

I
i

40 8J!!0
20

w :: -120

Cc - 100 pf

c~II~.F

IIII IIII

\

1\
1k

I
100
1 k 10 k

'0

II II
100 k Hz 1 M FREQUENCY -

cle 111,0l.F

,.. IIII I

10 k

100 k Hz

1M

10 M

FREQUENCY -

Frequency Compensation
+15 V


Rsc
~':"""'~--'lMr--_-OUTPUT

NON-INVERTING INPUT

5

INVERTING 6 INPUT ------.;=-f

OFFSET ADJUST (OPTIONAL) -15 V

Gain
1 10 100

Cc
100 pF 5pF Not Reg.

RSC

ISC

1.0 A 500mA 250 mA
Notes 1 Power supply decoupling capacitors and compensation network components must have short leads and they must be located at the amplifier pins. 2. When short·clrcuit limiting is not requIred, connectterminsls one and three together. 3. Pin connections in parentheses are for plastic packsges. 4. Output compensation may be required for some loads.

4-113

/-LA791
Typical Applications Positive Voltage Regulator
+30V--,---------------------,
10 k

20 k

20 k

3.9 II

>--...JVVv-.....--VOUT

Notes 3.0 V to 27 V regulator 500 rnA output current

DC Servo Amplifier
5 k 50 k

r

10 pF

+15 V 3.911

SIZE 8 OR 9 12 Vdc SERVOMOTOR

AC Servo Amplifier Bridge Type
VIN

0--1 t--'V'I'v---...,...---.JV'.I'v-----,

5 k

50 k

10 k +28 V --.....,..,.,.--.....-------1

5 k

SERVOMOTOR

o

1.5 II

10 k

4·114

FAIRCHIL.D
A Schlumberger Company

JlA798 Dual Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pln Mini DIP

Description The /LA798 is a monolithic pair of independent, high gain, internally frequency compensated operational amplifiers designed to operate from a single power supply or dual power supplies over a wide range of voltages. The common mode input range includes the negative supply, thereby eliminating the necessity for external biasing components in many applications. The output voltage range also includes the negative power supply voltage. They are constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. • • • • • • • • • • INPUT COMMON MODE VOLTAGE RANGE INCLUDES GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY OUTPUT VOLTAGE CAN SWING NEAR GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY INTERNALLY COMPENSATED WIDE POWER SUPPLY RANGE SINGLE SUPPLY OF 3.0 TO 36 V DUAL SUPPLY OF ± 1.5 V TO ± 18 V CLASS AB OUTPUT STAGE FOR MINIMAL CROSSOVER DISTORTION SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTED OUTPUT HIGH OPEN LOOP GAIN 200 k EXCEEDS 1458 TYPE PERFORMANCE OPERATION SPECIFIED AT ± 15 V AND +5 V POWER SUPPLIES HIGH OUTPUT CURRENT SINK CAPABILITY 0.8 mA AT VOUT = 400 mV

OUT A
-IN A

v+
OUT B
-IN B

+IN A

v-

+IN B

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /LA798C Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. /LA798TC

Equivalent Circuit (1/2 of circuit shown)
V+~--------------

__

~

______________________
R1
1 k

~

______

~

______

~

________- ,

INVERTING INPUT 2 (6)

V_~4~__~____~____~____~~+-

____

~~

__________ ______ __ ____ __ __
~ ~ ~ ~ ~

~

3 (5)
NON-INVERTING INPUT

4·115

J.LA798
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Between V+ and V36 V Differential Input Voltage (Note 1) ±30 V -0.3 V (V-) to V+ Input Voltage (V-) (Note 1) 310 mW Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) Operating Temperature Range Commercial (C) O°C to +70°C Storage Temperature Range -55°C to +125°C 260°C Pin Temperature (Note 5) (Soldering, 10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration

Notes 1. For supply voltage less than 30 V between V+ and V-. the absolute maximum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 2. Rating applies to ambient temperature up to 70 oe. Above TA = 70 oe, derate linearly 5.6 mw/oe for the Molded DIP. 3. Not to exceed maximum package power dissipation.
4-116

4. Output wIll swing to ground. 5. Indefinite on shorts to ground or V- supply. Shorts to V+ supply may result in power dissipation exceeding the absolute
maximum rating.

p,A798
~A798C

Electrical Character/stlcs Characteristic
Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Impedance

Vs = ± 15, V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted.

Condition

Min

Typ
2.0 10 -50

Max
6.0 50 -250

Unit
mV nA nA MQ V dB

f = 20 Hz

0.3 +13 to -VS

1.0 +13.5 to -Vs 90 200 9.0 1.0 0.6 0.3 0.3 20 60 0.1

Input Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Power Bandwidth Small Signal Bandwidth Slew Rate Rise Time Fall Time Overshoot Phase Margin Crossover Distortion Output Voltage Range RS:$ 10 kQ VOUT = ± 10 V, RL = 2 kQ Ay = 1, RL = 2 kQ, VOUT = 20 V pk-pk Ay = 1, RL = 10 kQ, VOUT = 50 mV Ay= 1,VIN=-10Vto+l0V Ay = 1, RL = 10 kQ, VOUT = 50 mV Ay = 1, RL = 10 kQ, VOUT = 50 mV Ay= 1,RL= 10kQ,VOUT=50mV Ay = 1, RL = 2 kQ, CL = 200 pF VIN = 30 mV pk-pk, VOUT = 2 V pk-pk f = 10 kHz RL = 10 kQ RL = 2 kQ f = 20 Hz Positive Negative VOUT = 0, RL =
00

70 20

V/mV
kHz MHz
V/~s
~s

~s

%

Degree
%

± 13 ± 12 ±10

±14 ± 13.5 ±30 800 30 30 2.0 -120 7.5 10 200 50 -400 150 150 4.0

V V mA Q
~V!V ~V!V

Individual Output Short Circuit Current (Notes 3,4) Output Impedance Power Supply Rejection Ratio Power Supply Current Channel Separation Input Offset Voltage Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Output Voltage Range RL = 2 kQ, VOUT = ± 10 V RL = 2 kQ

mA dB mV
~V/oC

f = 1 kHz to 20 kHz (Input Referenced)

The following specifications apply for O°C :$ TA:$ 70°C

nA pA/oC nA

15 ±10

V/mV
V

Notes 3. Not to exceed maximum package power dissipation. 4. Indefinite on shorts to ground or V- supply. Shorts to V+ supply may result In power dissipation exceeding the absolute maximum rating.
4-117

f.LA798
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Power Supply Rejection Ratio RL Output Voltage Range (Note 5) Output Sink Current Power Supply Current
Note 5. Output will swing to ground.

Vs = ±5.0 V and Ground, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted. Condition Min Typ 2.0 10 -80 RL Max 7.5 50 -250 Unit mV nA nA V/rnV 150 RL VIN

= 2 kQ = 10 kQ = 10 kQ, 5.0 V :::; Vs :::; = 1.0 V,
VOUT

20

200

J.LV/V
V pk-pk V pk-pk rnA

30 V

4.0 (V+) -1.5 0.35 2.0 4.0

= 200 rnV

rnA

Typical Performance Curves Output Voltage as a Function of Frequency
30
Av
=

Sinewave Response
100

Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency

T,le I,J.~
VS
=c

~

'\
.1

"
~
--..;

/\
~

f
I. \,
.--...

'5
;- 20
w CJ

"t15 V

100

RL -" 10 k!l

f+1+Io.t-+l4HI+l-fHI+l++-+-ttfH-+t1+---1

Vs TA

'15 V 25°C

J V
'"' '"'

.ir
o

~ g
!5

15

10

50

"
"10k
FREQUENCY -

.--...

-5 0 10k
50 j.ts/DIV

100 k
Hz

J,
= 1±15

10M

-20 UJ.ll.J-LllLl,J..l.lL.1..llILL,-LllLL.illLJ
10 10 100 10k 10 k 100 k
FREQUENCY Hz

10M

Output Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage
0

Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature
T,I =

Input Bias Current as a Function of Supply Voltage

,J.e

100

~_

0

75

50ttti:1:ttti:jj
0

50

0

/

V

V
'5
0 -75 -55 -35 -15 5.0

F-

I"-

.0 1-+--+--l--l--+~I-l--+--I---1

/
o ' o 2.0
40 60 80 10 12 14 " 18 20
V

25

45

65
Q

85 105 125

30 0 L-,:1:. ,.-1''''0"",.LO-o,:L. , -,:L.-,L16,---J'.~20 0-+ 0 1O-""1L
V+ AND V- POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES V

V+ AND V- POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES -

TEMPERATURE -

C

4-118

IlA798
Typical Applications Multiple Feedback Bandpass Filter Wein Bridge Oscillator
50 k
r----~~~---~-VOUT

10 k

VREF

1'0

+

VREF

=-

1 2

V+

-=- R

c

"F
R

j.

fa = center frequency BW = Bandwidth Rink!!
j.

fa

=

211'RC

C

In

"F

fa 0= BW Cl Rl R3

for fa 1 kHz R = 16 k!! C = 0.01 "F

=

<

10

High Impedance Differential Amplifier
R6

= C2 ="3

o


>---VOUT

= R2 = 1
= 90 2
- 1

}

Use scaling factors in these expressions.

VI

R2

If source Impedance IS high or varies, filter may be preceded with voltage follower buffer to stabilize filter parameters Design example: given: 0 5, fa 1 kHz Let Rl = R2 = 10 k!! then R3 = 9(5)2 - 10 R3 = 215 k!! 5 C '3 1.6 nF

Rl

=

=

R3
R4

=

=

Comparator With Hysteresis
R2 V2

R5

R7

VREF

-.1\11"""---1

Rl

V,N

-------1

>_.....

V_ou-l,o"li·l
VOL
V,NL

Your
R2 R5

= C (1 + a +b)(V2 -VI)
R6

I
VREF

V,NH

== R7 for best CMRR

Rl VINL = Rl + R2 (VOL - VREF) + VREF Rl VINH = Rl + R2 (VOH - VREF) + VREF Rl H = Rl + R2 (VOH VOL) Rl + R2 4CRfR 1 if R3 = R2Rl

Rl = R4 R2 = R5 Gain

=

R6 2Rl R2 (1 + AS)

= C (1

+ a + b)

f

=

Fi2+"R1

4·119

..-_ _..AyI\A___- ___-SQUARE
OUTPUT

WAVE

Rt
L---4--VREF

4-120

I=AIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

,uA 101 • ,uA201 General Purpose Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products Connection Diagram a-Pin Metal Package

Description The J.l.A 1Oland J.l.A20 1 are General Purpose Monolithic Operational Amplifiers constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. They are intended for a wide range of analog applications where tailoring of frequency characteristics is desirable. The J.l.A 101 and J.l.A20 1 compensate easily with a single external component. High common mode voltage range and absence of "latch-up" make the J.l.A 101 and J.l.A201 ideal for use as voltage followers. The high gain and wide range of operating voltages provide superior performance in integrator, summing amplifier, and general feedback applications. The J.l.A 101 and J.l.A201 are short-circuit protected and have the same pin configuration as the popular J.l.A741 , J.l.A748 and J.l.A709. • • • • • SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION OFFSET VOLTAGE NULL CAPABILITY LARGE COMMON-MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGES LOW POWER CONSUMPTION NO LATCH-UP

-IN

>---'-C~ OUT

v(Top View) Pm 4 connected to case

Order Information Type Package J.l.A101 Metal J.l.A201 Metal

Code 5W 5W

Part No. J.l.A 101HM J.l.A201HC

Equivalent Circuit
COMP NULL COMP

r-----------~------~--_1------------+_~------------_.-----------V+
INVERTING INPUT NON-INVERTING INPUT +

--r-----------+------c
--i----------C"

'-----t---......-----

OUTPUT

R8 1 kn

'-----~~~---4--~__--I---------------~----------------+---~------~----------vR4

250 fl

OFFSET NULL

4·121

f.lA 10 1 • f.lA20 1
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package
±22 V Operating Temperature Range (Note 3) Military (/LA 101) -55°C to +125°C Commercial (/LA20 1) O°C to +70°C Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s) 300°C

500 mW ±30 V ± 15 V

/LA101 Electrical Characteristics /LA201 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage
Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain

±5.0 V

:0;

VS:O; ±20 V, TA = 25°C, unless otherwise specified.

+50 V< Vs < + - 15 V, TA = 25°C /LA101 Typ Condition Min Rs:O; 10 kf! 1.0 40 120 300 Vs = ±20 V Vs = ± 15 V Vs = ± 15 V VOUT = ± 10 V, RL 2: 2 kU
:0;

Max 5.0
200 500

/LA201 Typ Min
2.0 100 0.25 100 400 1.8

Max 7.5
500 1.5

Unit
mV nA /LA kf! mA V/mV

800 1.8 3.0

3.0

50

160

20

150

The following specifications apply over -55°C Input Offset Voltage Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio RS:O; 10 kf! RS RS
:0; :0;

TJ:O; 125°C for /LA10l, O°C:O; TJ:O; 70°C for /LA201. 6.0 3.0 6.0 10 100 0.Q1 0.02 0.28 1.2 25 ±12 ±10 ± 12 70 70 90 90 ±14 ±13 200 500 0.1 0.2 1.5 2.5 15 ±12 ±10 ±12 65 70 90 90 ±14 ± 13 6.0 10.0 50 150 0.01 0.02 0.32 400 750 0.3 0.6 2.0 10 mV /LV 1°C /LV 1°C nA nA

50 f! 10 kf!

TA = TA = +25 :0; TA :0; max min :0; TA:O; +25°C TA = -55°C TA = +125°C, Vs = ±20 V Vs = ± 15 V, VOUT = ± 10 V RL 2: 2 kf! Vs = ± 15 V Vs = ± 15 V RS Rs
:0;

nA/oC nA/oC
/LA mA V/mV V V V dB dB

IRL = IRL =

10 kf! 2 kf!

10 kf! 10 kf!

:0;

Notes 1 Rating applies to ambient temperature up to 70°C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW / °C for the Metal Can. 2. For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 4-122

3. Short circuit may be to ground or either supply. The 101 ratings apply to +125°C case temperature or +75°C ambient temperature. The 201 ratings apply to case temperatures up to +70°C.

FAIRCHILO
A Sehlumberger
Company

p,A 101A • p,A201A • p,A301A General-Purpose Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products

Description The /LA 10 1A, /LA20 1A and /LA30 1A are GeneralPurpose Monolithic Operational Amplifiers constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. These integrated cirucuits are intended for applications requiring low input offset voltage or low input offset current. The accuracy of long interval integrators, timers and sample and !lold circuits is improved due to the low drift and low bias currents of the /LA 101A, /LA201A, or /LA301A. Frequency response may be matched to the individual circuit need with one external capacitor. The absence of "latch-up" coupled with internal short-circuit protection make the /LA 10 1A, /LA201A and /LA301A virtually foolproof. • • • • • LOW OFFSET CURRENT AND VOLTAGE LOW OFFSET CURRENT DRIFT LOW BIAS CURRENT SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTED LOW POWER CONSUMPTION

Connection Diagram S-Pin Metal Package

-IN

>-----=1D OUT

V(Top View)

PIO 4 connected to case

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Military and Instrument (/LA 10 1A and /LA20 1A) Commercial (/LA30 1A) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package DIP Operating Temperature Range Military (/LA 10 1A) Instrument (/LA20 1A) Commercial (/LA30 1A) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal Package (60 s) DIP (10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3)

Order Information Type Package /LA101A Metal /LA201A Metal /LA30 1A Metal Connection Diagram S-Pin DIP

Code SW SW SW

Part No. /LA101AHM /LA201AHM /LA301HC

±22 V

± 18

V

sao

mW 310 mW ±30 V ± 1S V -64°C to +1S0°C -SsoC to +12SoC

OFFSET NULL (COMP)
-IN

FREQ COMP

+IN

OUT OFFSET NULL

v-

-SsoC to +12SoC -2SoC to +E1SoC O°C to +70°C
(Top View)

300°C 260°C Indefinite

Order Information Type Package /LA301A Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. /LA30 1ATC

Noles 1. RatlOg applies to ambient temperature up to 70 o e. Above 70 0 e ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW / °e for the metal package, 5.6 mW / °e for the DIP. 2. For supply voltage less than ± 15 V. the absolute maxImum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 3. Short circuit may be to ground or either supply. lOlA and 201A ratings apply to +125°e case temperature or +75°e ambient temperature. 301A ratings apply for case temperatures to 70 o e. 4-123

p,A 101A • p,A201A • p,A301A
Equivalent Circuit
COMPo NUll COMPo

~----------~-------+--+----4--------~---------------+------V+

I N VERTING IN PUT ~ NON·INVERTING INPUT

---+-----------+-------£

+----+--------["
R11

25 (]
'---+--+-OUTPUT

Q11

RS
40 krl

RS
40 krl

R7
80 kO

R8 1 kO
L---~--~

__

~~

__

~~~

______________4-__________________

~

____4-__

~

_____ V_

OFFSET NUll

4·124

JLA 101A • JLA201A • JLA301A
Electrical Characteristics TA = +25 ° C unless otherwise noted. Unless otherwise specified, these specifications apply for supply voltages from ± 5.0 V to ± 20 V for the /LA 10 1A and /LA20 1A, and from ± 5.0 V to ± 15 V for the 301 A. /LA101A,/LA201A Symbol VIO
110 118
rj

/LA301A Min Typ 2.0 3.0 70 0.5 2.0 1.8 3.0 Max 7.5 50 250 Unit mV nA nA Mfl rnA V/mV

Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain

Condition Rs ::S 10 kfl

Min

Typ 0.7 1.5 30

Max 2.0 10 75 3.0

1.5 VeeIVEE= ±20V Vee/VEE = ± 15 V VeelVEE ± 15 V, Vo = ± 10 V, RL > 2.0 kfl 50

4.0 1.8

Icc, lEE Av

160

25

160

The following specifications apply over the operating temperature range. VIO
110

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current

RS::S 10 kfl

3.0 20

10 70 6.0 0.01 0.02 30 0.3 0.6 300 15

mV nA /LV/oC

Average Temperature .:lVlo/.:lT Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage .:lIIO/.:lT
18

TA (min) ::S T A ::S TA(max)

3.0

15 0.1 0.2 100

Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Input Voltage Range Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Swing Supply Currents

+25°C ::S TA::S TA (max) TA (min) ::S TA ::S 25°C

0.01 0.02

nA/oC nA V/mV V

Av VI CMRR PSSR Vo IcC, lEE

VeelVEE = ± 15 V, Vo = ± 10 V, RL 2: 2.0 kfl VeelVEE = ±20 V VeelVEE = ± 15 V RS ::S 10 kfl Rs ::S 10 kfl

25 ±15

±12 80 80 96 96 ±14 ±13 1.2 2.5 70 70 ± 12 ±10 90 96 ±14 ±13

dB dB V rnA

VeelVEE = ± 15 V, RL = 10 kfl ± 12 RL = 2.0 kfl ± 10 TA = TA (max) Vee/VEE = ±20 V

4·125

JJ,A 101A· JJ,A201A· JJ,A301A
Typical Performance Curves for Input Voltage Range as a Function of Supply Voltage
20 - 55'"C:s; 'TA S 125'"C

~A101A

and

~A201A

Output Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage
0

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
100 - 55°C
:s;

-55°CsTAS 125°C

TA :s 125°C

>

+116

z " .. 12
w '"

...
~

./

/

>

15

./

9'

f-8

g
... " J!:
0-

/'~"'~

qO~

~ :~~ &2:./
..

~'" V

/"

"
z " ~
10

./

v

V
10 15
~V

o

~
.,.?-'
0

~~\~:$'

..~
:$:I;~ \~
",'I<

) / /'
.~"_ -

'" " I

~"

" ~ 82
~
78

w "

z 88 <i

f--

V

7'

",,,,,,, V

/'
o
5
20
SUPPL,YVOLTAGE-

70 10 15 20

5

10

15

20

SUPPLY VOLTAGE- ±V

SUPPLYVOLTAGE- '!:;V

Typical Performance Curves for Input Voltage Range as a Function of Supply Voltage
20 D"C:s; TA s looe

~A301A

Output Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage
20 D"C:s; lAS 70 0 e

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
100 D"C:s;

r"s

70 0 e

~ 16

9.

I w

/

> 15

" ~ 12
XJ,\~"'/
,/" 0",1<\0/
~ ... "
0-

/1-'"

"
z " ~ 10

'"
~

!
J!: •

&t-

""

V

~
o

!;

/

./""

",,,,~ ,. ~~'Z.'!;.Q. ",,,, ,

..

.. .

. /V . ./ /

" " ~
w

<i

~

88

82

~

f..- f-

-I-'"

.. ..
\~
10

-15

i.--"
0 5
10
SUPPLYVOLTAGE- ±V

".::. F-15

- "''1'"
10
SUPPLVVOLTAGE- ±V

7.
70 15

o

5

SUPPLYVOLTAGE- ±V

Typical Performance Curves for Open Loop Frequency Response
120

~A101A. ~A201A

and

~A301A

Open Loop Frequency Response
120
TWO POLE 225
1

Open Loop Frequency Response
120
225

100
!g80

~ t-...

,

TA'" 25°C Vs=+15V 100

,,~~

100

f-- ......

TA "" 25°C
Vs

=

±15V

2 25

I

~
w "

60
0

~~~ PHASE /

!g

80

1\

PHASE

~
>

4

o

",-y ~i'" ,
Gi'N<:=: I--.'NilE PylE
1 10 100 1k 10 k

1

.

I

~80

\ 1\

... 180 :J:

w "

20

~~
lOOk

~40
TA "'" 25°C r-~S = ±15V C1 = 30pF

~

g 20

GAIN

'"
\

~

/

135

~
100 k

90~
45

> " I

~

"0 0 0 0 -20
10 100

180 :J:

...

",Hi,E

m .,

rv » GA'~)..

J

1 35~

~

" I
Hl .,
~

90 ~

-20

1M

\

C2=300pF

-20
10M 1 10 100 1k 10 k FREQUENCY - Hz

FREQUENCY - Hz

''

1M

f'\.

FEE'l FORiARD
1k 10k lOOk FREQUENCY - Hz

"1M

45

10 M

10M 100M

4-126

J,LA 101A • J,LA201A· J,LA301A
Typical Performance Curves for /-LA101A, /-LA201A and /-LA301A (Cont.)

Large Signal Frequency Response

,.

Large Signal Frequency Response

LI2~'U
VS"" ± 15V

,.

Large Signal Frequency Response
16

> 12
+

> 12
+
\C1 = 3pF

'\

Vs = ±15V TA = 25"C Cl = 30pF C2 = 300pF

\
> 12

TA :::; 25"C

vu+Ut

\
\ \
TWO POLE

"
z " i

\
FEED FORWARD

.. .
=>
0-

z " i
~

8

\
C, = 30pF\
1k

z " i

.
SINGLE POLE

8

o

[\
...... t100k

o

~
0
10k

. .
=>
00-

8

=> o

I'..
0
10k

i't-1M 10M

100k

t-

1M

o
100 k

""- r10M
Hz

1M
FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCY - Hz

FREQUENCY - Hz

Voltage Follower Pulse Response
10

Voltage Follower Pulse Response
10

Inverter Pulse Response
10

I--

INPUT

r
I I

r-

-

1\
I I I
-6
-8
-10

>

~
OUTPUT

/

I

0

>

0

z "

l\

IIINPUT

OUTPUT

I

- - - il' INPUT

,
I I I


~

OUTPUT

\

I

\

I
SINGLE POLE
~ ~ ~

"

~

!\
I \

I---TWO POLE

z "

.. -2 ~

g -4

I

" ~-2
g -4
-6
FEEDFORWARD

~

r-

-6
-8

- ..,
10
~

TA = 2S"C Vs= ±15V Cl =30pF C2=300pF

TA = 25"C

-8

o

10

00
jJS

~

ro

-10
~

o

30

~

~

~

ro

-10
~

~S=t'5t~

a

10

~

30

~

~

ro

TIME -

TIME -

",S

TIME -

"s

Supply Voltage Current as Function of Supply Voltage
25

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
120

Current Limiting
15

20

~ f---"" r:;:: 2S"C

-----r
TA:::;
10

IS5 0 C
~ 110

-

~

~ r--....

Vs= ±15V

T,

55°C

\ 1'\ "'\
>

~
05

!--

.

C

z

" 100

~ g I-- r-90

p----

b?' ~,
TA
~

25°C

...

1\

125°C

&n
20

>

... ... > " ;Cl n n
25 30

o
5

80

15
± V

20

5

10

15
±Y

20

o

o

10

15

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

OUTPUT CURRENT -

mA

4-127

p,A 101A • p,A201A • p,A301A
Typical Performance Curves for Input Current vs Temperature (~A 101A and ~A201A only)
50

~A101, ~A201

and

~A301

(Cont.)

Input Current vs Temperature (~A301A only)
100

Input Noise Voltage vs Frequency
5

0 0

1As- r-

80

~
I

20

r--

601-- 1--8 ,"'-

I--

.......
0

""- I-

! i

10 0
4

I'
t-..
~

.,

0
8

TA~25'C

i"'-

3
2

I'-~ ~

OFFSET

1 0
~

-r-0

~ ~

6

41:::::::- f-OFFSET
2
6

~

1<10

~

20

40
TEMPERATURE _ °C

60

80

100

,.
FREQUENCY - Hz

10'

100'

TEMPERATURE - °C

Input Noise Current vs Frequency (~A 101A and ~A201A only)
4

Input Noise Current vs Frequency (~A301A only)
4

Common Mode Rejection vs Frequency
120

~

100

-

RsJkU
TA '= 25°C

5

1\
I'

"5

~ W
~

80

......
10-26
10.

t
100'
10

~

80

40

'" '"
1k

~±10V

VCM~:rV~
lOOk 1M

10-26

10

100

1.
FREQUENCY - Hz

20

100

1k

10.
Hz

100'

W

1<10

10k

FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCY - Hz

Power Supply Rejection vs Frequency
100

Closed Loop Output Impedance vs Frequency

- I--.
"-

'" "- rz~
1k

'"

I~~
f----'

,
f--f---

~-:-

1'-""
,
2

V

Av = 1000

V

Av=1

... '\ " ~"I\..
I"
10k lOOk

V
i/ I"'-"
1<10
1k

V
-

SINGLE POLE

ot-~~;~~
10 100

r- ~~~:~!fION

COMPENSAnoN

"1M 10M

C,=30pF

10-3 10

TA"'25°C 5mA l ' OU

r+

10k

lOOk

1M

FREQUENCY -

Hz.

FREQUENCY -

Hz

4·128

p,A 101A • p,A201A • p,A301A
Compensation Circuits (All pin numbers shown refer to B-Pin metal package) Single Pole Compensation
R2

Typical Applications (All pin numbers shown refer to B-Pin metal package) Fast Voltage Follower

R1
-VIN VOUT VIN VOUT

R3
+VIN

R1 C 8

C1~ R1+ R2
C s = 30 pF

Power Bandwidth: 15 kHz Slew Rate: 1 V / 1'8

Inverting Amplifier With Balancing Circuit Two Pole Compensation
R2

Rl

R2

INPUT--~~~----~~r------'

R1

6 >-----OUTPUT
>~"",,-VOUT

R4 5.1 MD

~

SMD

.J:.

C1 30 pF Nole May be zero or equal to parallel combination of R 1 and R2 for minimum offset.

R 1Cs Cl~ R 1 +R2
C s = 30 pF C2 = 10 Cl

Voltage Comparator for Driving or DTL Integrated Circuits

Feedforward Compensation
C2
R2

OUTPUT

R1
VIN

----JVlIv-_.....--I
>---VOUT

6

R3

C,
150 pF

4·129

f,LA 101A • f,LA201A • f,LA301A
Typical Applications (Cont.) (All pin numbers shown refer to B-Pin metal package) Low Frequency Square Wave Generator
R1 1M

Practical Differentiator
C2 R2

LOW , - - - - - i -__ 'IMPEDANCE
'C1
OUTPUT

+ 15V R1 C1

-15V

>----'1."1\.....----+... CLAMPED
OUTPUT

VI N

--'vVv---i t--+---1
6 >'--..... -VOUT

R3

D1,6.2V D2,6.2V

• Adjust C 1 lor frequency

Circuit for Operating Without a Negative Supply
R1 R2 +20V

1= __ 1_

c

211"R 2 C 1

1 fh = 211" R 1C 1
1 =

VIN

1
R3
"::"

6

.J

VOUT C1 30pF

I
t

211"R2C 2
fh

fc

<

<

lunity gain

4·130

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A Schlumberger Company

~A107·~A207·~A307

General Purpose Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products Connection Diagram a-Pin Metal Package
NC

Description The j.lA 107 General Purpose Operational Amplifier series is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. Advanced processing techniques have reduced the 107 input current an order of magnitude below industry standards such as the j.lA709 while still replacing, pin-for-pin, j.lA709, j.lA 10 1, j.lA 10 1A, and j.lA 7 41. The j.lA 107, !1A207, and j.lA307 offer better accuracy, internal compensation, and lower noise for high impedance circuit applications while providing features similar to the j.lA 10 1A. The low input currents allow the device to be used in slowcharge applications such as long period integrators, slow ramps, and sample-and-hold circuits. The j.lA207 is identical to the j.lA 107 except that the j.lA207 performance is guaranteed from -25°C to +85°C while the j.lA 107 performance is guaranteed over a -55 ° C to + 125 ° C temperature range. The j.lA307 is guaranteed over a O°C to + 70°C temperature range. • • • • • LOW OFFSET VOLTAGE LOW INPUT CURRENT LOW OFFSET CURRENT GUARANTEED DRIFT CHARACTERISTICS GUARANTEED OFFSETS OVER COMMON MODE RANGE

-IN

>--.....:.c:J OUT

v(Top View) Pin 4 connected to case

Order Information Type Package j.lA107 Metal j.lA207 Metal j.lA307 Metal a-Pin Molded DIP


Code 5W 5W 5W Part No_ j.lA107HM j.lA207HM j.lA307HC
NC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Military and Instrument (j.lA 107 and j.lA207) Commercial (j.lA307) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package Molded DIP Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 2) Storage Temperature Range Metal Package Molded DIP Operating Temperature Range Military (j.lA 107) Instrument (j.lA207) Commercial (j.lA307) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal Package (60 s) Molded DIP (10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3)

NC

±22 V ± 18 V

-~

v+
OUT
NC

rlN

500 mW 310mW ±30 V ± 15 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -55°C to +125°C -25°C to +85°C O°C to +70°C 300°C 260°C Indefinite

V

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package j.lA307 Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. j.lA307TC

Notes on following page 4-131

~A107·~A207·~A307
Equivalent Circuit
r-~--------------9---------~-----------------1~-----------1~--V+
7

R7

4.5 kll
INVERTING INPUT

6 OUTPUT

R10 30kll

R1

R3

1 kll

50kll

R2 1 kll

R12 50 kll

R11 50 n

4 ~----~----~----~------~~--~----~--~----------~--~

Noles 1 Rallng applies to ambient temperalures up to 70°C Above 70 ° C ambient derate linearly at 6 3 mW 1 0 C for metal package and 5 6 mW 1°C lor Ihe molded DIP 2 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V. Ihe absolute maximum Input vollage IS equal to the supply voltage 4-132

3 Continuous short CirCUit IS allowed with IlA307 for case temperatures to 70°C and ambient temperatures to 55°C

~A107·~A207·~A307
!lAl07 1!lA207 Electrical Characteristics
Characteristics Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Vs = ±20 V Vs=±15V VOUT = ± 10 V, RL 2: 2 kll 50 1.5

±5.0 V

-s

Vs::O:: ±20 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified. Min Typ 0.7 1.5 30 4.0 1.8 160 3.0 Max 2.0 10 75 Units mV nA nA Mil mA

Conditions Rs::o:: 50 kll

V/mV

The following applies for 55 ° C <: T A <: 125 ° C unless otherwise specified Input Offset Voltage RS::O:: 50 kll Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio TA = +125°C, Vs = ±20 V Vs = ± 15 V, VOUT = ± 10 V RL 2: 2 kll Vs = ± 15 V Vs = ±20 V RS::O:: 50 kn RS::O:: 50 kll 25 ± 12 ±10 ±15 80 80 96 96 ±14 ±13 1.2 25°C ::0:: TA::O:: 125°C -55°C ::0:: TA::O:: 25°C 0.01 0.02 3.0

3.0 15 20 0.1 0.2 100 2.5

mV

!lV/oC
nA

nA/oC nA/oC
nA mA

V/mV
V V V dB dB

IRL = 2 kll

lRL =

10 kll

Guaranteed Performance Curves for !lA 107 and !lA207

Input Voltage Range vs Supply Voltage
20

Output Swing vs Supply Voltage
20

Voltage Gain vs Supply Voltage

,
/'

..

'6
L
12

/'

15

f - - _flO

1/
V
o
5

~/ &' "",<>
~«,.

<,'"

V

,/"

'0

V
~

~\¥o.

,/

~V
107

~ "'," "I
~,
0

,~'f.V

'/

.
~

94

-:'l.'f.~ -

~

" .2 f--- r--"'\"" / V " ~
w 76

;;

z

I

••

...-

~~i =;~:g:,_~~:_- !!:~c ~

-55QC::oITA","~125QC_
1

207 -25 C:_/A:::S5i C

1
'0

~1-1
15

20

0,

1 - - - + _ + - 1 0 7 -55°CS TA-:O 125°C_ 20\ 2S° C r,,·5;C

'0

15

20

70 5~---1--..",:-o--"---'':-5-...L---,I"
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -:rV

SUPPLY VOLTAGE--tV

SUPPLY VOLTAGE - ±V

4-133

~A107·~A207·~A307
/l-A307 Electrical Characteristics Characteristics Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Vs = ± 15 V VS= ±15V VOUT = ± 10 V, RL 2: 2 kQ 25 0.5

±5.0 V

s:

Vs

s:

± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified. Min Typ 2.0 3.0 70 2.0 1.8 160 3.0 Max 7.5 50 250 Units mV nA nA MQ mA V/mV

Conditions Rs

s:

50 kQ

The following specifications apply for O°C <: TA <: 70°C Input Offset Voltage Rs s: 50 kQ Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Vs = ± 15 V, VOUT = ± 10 V RL 2: 2 kQ Vs = ± 15 V Vs = ± 15 V RS Rs 15 ±12 ±10 ±12 70 70 90 96 ±14 ±13 25°C O°C 6.0

10 30 70

mV /l-V 1°C nA nA/oC nA/oC nA V/mV V V V dB dB

s:

TA

s:

70°C

0.01 0.02

0.3 0.6 300

s:

TA

s:

25°C

IRL = IRL =

10 kQ 2 kQ

s: s:

50 kQ 50 kQ

Guaranteed Performance Curves for /l-A307

Input Voltage Range vs Supply Voltage

Output Swing vs Supply Voltage
20

Voltage Gain vs Supply Voltage
I ••

2.
16

,....... ,.......

94

15

12

~o~*
17' ~ ~

V

.1~~~

.",.'"
c

. / f-"'"

I.

,....... f-"'"
",\~'f'\.-"'""

88

.",.""

5

I. r 1" 1'·'1SUPPLY VOLTAGE --j:.V

~

:;...

".- ~\

rr
I.

~V V

82

76

I-5

15

5

15
~

,.

-

..

\~

l-

15
tV

rCI T, 1'·'1I.

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

v

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

4-134

~A107·~A207·~A307
Typical Performance Curves for f.lA 107 and f.lA207

Voltage Gain vs Supply Voltage
120

Input Current vs Supply Voltage
50 40

Current Limiting

~

110

z

I
100

"1\_ ~5S°c..

w " " ~

~

V

.... ?

g
90

~

-

~

TA-2.r C
TA-125°C

20

30

:- ........

./~

':!
I

20 10

r---.

.

150

r- """'=::: ::::--'\
I
TA=125°C

V,.:+15V
TA.25O~

ffi
::>

......

~

I 100

~

~

" ~
~

o

~
~

..........
1

80

10

15

o

75

50

25

25

... ::>
0

I!: ::>

50

~
50 75 100 125 10 15
20

25

30

SUPPLY VOLTAGE _ ±V

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE_o C

OUTPUT CURRENT - +mA

Typical Performance Curves for f.lA307 Input Noise Current vs Frequency Voltage Gain vs Supply Voltage
120

Input Current vs Ambient Temperature
100 80
SIAS

z

~ I

110

80

\

w " " ~

~

100

>
90

0

':! •0
SoC

I-'~~

~
::>
~

I

60
0


80
0

20

o

~
~



OFFSET

10-2,

10

100

1k

10 k

lOOk

80

I
10
SUPPLY VOLTAGE ±V

2
15 20

40
TEMPERATURE _

FREQUENCY - Hz

c

Typical Performance Curves for f.lA307 (Cont.) Current Limiting Input Noise Current vs Frequency
10- 1 5

Typical Performance Curves for f.lA107, f.lA207,.f.lA307 (Cont) Input Noise Voltage vs Frequency
150

i
1"\
5

" ~
z
~

I w

~ T.J25 C
TAJO~ ~

>

g w '" i5
w
::>
~

I"
......

"I
I!:

10.0

z "

t'-r-.

~ ... ::>

1\

g
z
10- 2

::> 0

5.0

,
10 100
1k
FREQUENCY - Hz

~
~

-v5'
10- 1

,
10 100
1k
FREQUENCY - Hz

1
10k

"'V
10 15 20

10k

100'

100 •

2'
± mA

30

OUTPUT CURRENT -

4-135

~A107·~A207·~A307
Typical Performance Curves for ~A 107, ~A207 and ~A307 (Cont.) Large Signal Frequency Response
16
TA=25°C

Open Loop Frequency Response
120

Voltage Follower Pulse Response
TA=25°C
Vs=±15V

........ lDO
'll

Vs,,-:!:.15V

" '"
'~ "
w

z

I

80 .0 40 20

"'- ~
10 100

'Ii
I

12

>

6~+-1-~-b-+-+~~~~

-

, ....•.. _ -

~
~

4

1\
~
\

INPUT

~

/
OUTPUT

~

z " i

8

g

I"
1 lK
FREQUENCY - Hz

-20

10K lOOK 1M

'"
R2

I
\
10M

\
1'1'o
lK 10K
FREQUENCY -- Hz

"' ~
g

\ V -2r-~+*+\-+-+-+~1H-~-b~
-.1--+.":: ...::( ..":: ...::j.Yl=+=:J=++--+-l
TIME-",s

-4~+-1-~-b-+-+~~~~

lOOK

Typical Applications Non-Inverting Amplifier Non-Inverting AC Amplifier
R2 10M

>6~4--Vour
Rl

Rl
1M
R3 910K

6 >----4>-Your

"::"

V,N

R1 + R2 VOUT = --R-1- VIN

R1 + R2 VOUT = --R1RIN = R3
R2

VIN

Inverting Amplifier

III

>6::..----<'-_ Your

VOUT =

R1

R2

VIN

RIN = R1

4-136

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JLA10S/A· JLA20S/A· JLA30S/A Super Beta Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package

Description The IlA 108 Super Beta Operational Amplifier series is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. High input impedance, low noise, low-input offsets, and temperature drift are made possible through use of super beta processing, making the device suitable for applications requiring high accuracy and low-drift performance. The IlA 108A series is specially selected for extremely low offset voltage and drift, and high common-mode rejection, giving superior performance in applications where offset nulling is undesirable. Increased slew rate without performance compromise is available through use of feedforward compensation techniques, maximizing performance in high-speed sample-andhold circuits and precision high-speed summing amplifiers. The wide supply range and excellent supply voltage rejection assure maximum flexibility in voltage follower, summing, and general feedback applications. • • • • • GUARANTEED LOW INPUT OFFSET CHARACTERISTICS HIGH INPUT IMPEDANCE LOW OFFSET CURRENT LOW BIAS CURRENT OPERATION OVER WIDE SUPPLY RANGE

-IN

>----<UOUT

v(Top View)

Order Information Type Package Metal IlA108A Metal IlA 108 Metal IlA208A Metal IlA208 Metal IlA308A Metal IlA308 Connection Diagram 8-Pin DIP

Code 5W 5W 5W 5W 5W 5W

Part No_ IlA 108AHM IlA108HM IlA208AHM IlA208HM IlA308AHM IlA308HM

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage IlA 108A, IlA 108, IlA208A,IlA208 IlA308A,IlA308 Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Differential Input Current (Note 2) Input Voltage (Note 3) Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (IlA 108A, IlA 108) Industrial (IlA208A, IlA208) Commercial (IlA308A, IlA308) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal (60 s) DIP (10 s) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 4)

8

±20 V ± 18 V

COMP -IN +IN v-

COMP v+ OUT NC

500 mW 310mW ±10 mA ± 15 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -25°C to +85°C O°C to +70°C

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA308A Molded IlA308 Molded

Code 9T 9T

Part No. IlA308ATC IlA308TC

Indefinite

See notes on following pages
4-137

J.lA 10S/A • J.lA20S/A • J.lA30S/A
Equivalent Circuit
COMPENSATION COMPENSATION

r-----------_.----_4~--~--._------_.--_4~~~--------------------~~--------~V+

. :It-..............'''''~...=-6 OUTPUT

INVERTING 2 INPUT

NON· INVERTING INPUT

..!:..----+----::-:---------::-<>-["

Notes 1. Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70·C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW I·e for metal package, 8.3 mW I·e for the DIP. 2. The inputs are shunted with back·to·back diodes for overvoltage protection. Therefore, excessive current will flow if a differential Input voltage in excess of 1 V is applied between the inputs unless adequate limiting resistance is used.
4·138

3. For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 4. Short circUit may be to either supply or ground. Rating applies to operation up to the maximum operating temperature range.

JLA 10S/A • JLA20S/A • JLA30S/A
J1,A 10S1 A and J1,A20SI A
Electrical Characteristics Unless otherwise noted these specifications apply for supply voltages of +5.0V -< Vs -< +20 V, TA = +25°C. -

J1,A10SA J1,A20SA
Symbol VIO
110

J1,A10S J1,A20S
Typ
0.3 0.05 Max 0.5 0.2 2.0 30 ±0.6 50 Min

Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Power Supply Currents Vee = +20 V, VEE = -20 V Large Signal Voltage Gain Vee = IVEEI = +15 V, Vo =± 10 V, RL 2:: 10 kfl

Min

Typ
0.7 0.05 0.8 70 ±0.3 300

Max 2.0 0.2 2.0

Unit mV nA nA Mfl

lIB q ICC, lEE AVOL

O.S
30 70 ±0.3 80 300

±0.6

mA V/mV

The following specifications apply over the operating temperature range. (Note 5) VIO
110

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current 1.0 0.5 0.8 40 ± 13.5 96 96 110 110 ±14 ±0.15

1.0 0.4 5.0 2.5 3.0 25 ± 13.5 85 80 ± 13 ±0.4 100 96 ±14 ±0.15 3.0 0.5

3.0 0.4 15 2.5 3.0

mV nA

Average Temperature Coefficient LlVIOIL\T of Input Offset Voltage TA(min) ::S TA ::S TA(max) Llilo I Ll T liS AVOL VIR CMRR PSSR VOR Icc, lEE Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Vee = IVEEI = +15 V, Vo = ± 10 V, RL = 10 kfl Input Voltage Range Vee = IVEEI = +15 V Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio

J1,V/oC
pA/oC nA V/mV V dB dB V

Output Voltage Range ± 13 Vee = IVEEI = +15 V, RL = 10 kfl Supply Current (T A = TA[max»

±0.4

mA

Note 5 For the

I'A 1OS / A specifications apply over -55' C ::5 TA ::5 125'C For the I'A20S/ A specifications apply over -25'C ::5 TA:::: S5'C.
4-139

j..LA 1OS/A • j..LA20S/A • j..LA30S/A
~A308/A

Electrical Characteristics

Unless otherwise noted these specifications apply for supply voltages of +50 V -< Vee -< +15 V and -50 V> +25°C - -15 V TA - VEE>

=

~A308A

~A308

Symbol Characteristic VIO
110 118

Min

Typ 0.3 0.2 1.5

Max 0.5 1.0 7.0

Min

Typ 2.0 0.2 1.5

Max 7.5 1.0 7.0

Unit mV nA nA MQ

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Power Supply Currents Vee = +15 V. VEE = -15 V Large Signal Voltage Gain Vee = +15 V. VEE = -15 V. Vo ± 10 V. RL 2: 10 kQ 10

q
ICC. lEE AVOL

40 ±0.3 ±O.S

10

40 ±0.3

±O.B

mA V/mV

=

BO

300

25

300

The following specifications apply over O°C S TA S 70°C VIO
110

Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current 1.0 2.0

0.73 1.5 5.0 10 10 60 ± 13.5 96 96 ±13 110 110 ±14 15 ± 13.5 SO 100 96 ± 14 6.0 2.0

10 1.5 30 10 10

mV nA
~V/oC

Average Temperature Coefficient D.VIOI D.T of Input Offset Voltage T A(min) s TA s TA(max) D.IIOI D. T
118

Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Vee = +15 V. VEE = -15 V. Vo ± 10 V. RL 2: 10 kQ Input Voltage Range Vee = +15 V. VEE = -15 V Common-Mode Rejection Ratio RS s 50 kQ

pA/oC nA V/mV V dB dB V

AVOL VIR CMRR PSSR VOR

=

Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Rs s 50 kQ Output Voltage Range Vee = +15 V. VEE = -15 V. RL 10 kQ

BO
±13

=

Typical Performance Curves for

~A 108

Series

Input Noise Voltage as 8 Function of Frequency
1000

Power Supply Rejection 88 8 Function of Frequency
120,--,--,---,---,--..., Vs = + 15V

Open Loop Frequency Response
120
100

r"":

r-.....
0.
~<J

C'=13PF~
Cj _ 30pFCs _100pF

400
80

Rs
100

1M

II I I
Rs
100k Rs - 0

10k

l-

I-- t---oS ~ 60 I-"°0
40
20

r-- h~ ~,('>, r-- ....

tr
I

80

!i

'\.

"-,'\.

,- .,,,
'

,,~

1

135

90

40

'\.
~\

4

I
10 10

PHASE _ _ _

i
100 1k

I
lOOk
1k 10k lOOk 1M 10M FREQUENCY - Hz
FREOUENCY - Hz

GAIN _ _ --20
1 10 100 1k

Cj = 30pF~ ~.

,

0
10M

10k

lOOk

1M

fREQUENCY - Hz

4-140

JLA 10S/A • JLA20S/A • JLA30S/A
Typical Performance Curves for ILA 108 Series (Cont.)

Closed Loop Output Impedance
10J

Large Signal Frequency Response

Voltage Follower Pulse Response
0

102

f
~
r~

.-

.I

....
>

16

L=12,~J I~
\
\
Cf =

/
12

Vs= :t15V

" ~
! !;
o

'"

,
10
l()O

\/...
V

~/
) ( \ A, =

,
> I
4

B

"
Cf=3pF

1\
INPUT

r- - I f
/

!OOO, C, 130 pF
I

"
2:

2

OUTPUT

-

Av "" lCOD,C! '" OpF

~
10-

,

/
100 lk

' A v = 1,Ct = 30pF TA = 25°C lOUT = 1 mA Vs =
10k lOOk
Hz

IJ
10 2
10
FREQUENCY -

1'5

30~~

1\
:100 k
Hz

'" " ~
~

~

0
-

\

2

,
B

4

-

\
40 60 80

V

I
T,
Vs
-=;

2'oC :t

15V

V
0

I! I
1k 10k
FREQUENCY -

1M

10M

1M

-1 0

E' =lOP~ 20 100 120 140 160 180
j1S TIME -

- 20 0

Typical Performance Curves for ILA 108A, ILA 108, ILA208A and ILA208 (Unless Otherwise Specified) Input Currents as a Function of Ambient Temperature
0 5
0

Maximum Offset Error
~ 100

Maximum Drift Error
1k


~
100M

I

.........
N08A/ IOB

5 5 0

~

SIAS 208AJ208

g
Iii
o ,.. " ~ ,..
5

~

'"
10

v.
~
r-'08l208

;>

~;>

,
01

.
OFFSET 208A/20B

t
1.0

/

" ~
t:
Q

100

II
108A1208A

/
V
2~81208A ~25"C I~ TA:S 85"C

~

a;

I

r--1081208 10

O~ r-- ~All08
0
S5 35 15 5 25

~
~
1

"'
TA < 125°C
100M
10M

~
ffi1f;08l108A' _55°C s T, < 125°C ~,ocl< T~ < ,8f;c 208I20fA

ffi1f;08l108A _55°C < 0 100k 1M
INPUT RESISTANCE -

S
125

45

65

85

105

10 100 k

II

1M

10M

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

n

INPUT RESISTANCE -

n

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage ILA 108
120
Cj = 0 f = 100Hz

Output Swing as a Function of Output Current ILA 108
15
~

I"'

TA ~5"C 11 0 _ ~_55°C ~ 'A - I ,/'""'
10o

!

\

Supply Current as a Function of Supply Voltage ILA 108
800 '00

"=-

Vs=±1SY

........

........

>

\

"

10

"
Z

/

L

V-

~ .. oc

!;
0

~ ~

Ti = Oc Ti = i'oc T'i-tC
o

T

r\

"l.

,..I

400

" >" :l: " '"
~

~

300

V

v
I--

..........

,,_I_ ..oc

T1 = ,,·c TA _loc

200

V- I--

90

,

10

15

20

o

I
OUTPUT CURRENT ± mA

V 100
o

,

10

15

20

SUPPLYVOLTAGE- ±V

SUPPlYVOLTAGE- ±V

4-141

JLA 10S/A • JLA20S/A • JLA30S/A
Typical Performance Curves for ILA308A and ILA308 (Unless Otherwise Specified) Input Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Maximum Offset Error ILA308
> 1000
E

Maximum Drift Error ILA308
1000
O°C < TA < 70 0


3

w

I

T;I,~!c
o

e

/

ill
....

....

~ I

'r-- t-1 0

BIAS

g

~

100

~ o

0.25;>-

...........

!!;

~ 0.20
0.1 5 01 0 0

r--

~~

80 70

i>

i
.... =>
o

I'
./

~
I

100

V
=MAX,MUM

/

.
!!;

o r-MAX'MUM

V
~

I'

ffi ~

ill Ii: a: Q

'" l?

o-+'!,ll --r
1.0 lOOk

10

20

30

.a

~

f--~YP'CAL
1.0 ,100k

III
1M

I I
1M 10M
100M
INPUT RESISTANCE - 0

50

8D

10M
Q

100M

TEMPERATURE - DC

INPUT RESISTANCE -

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
120 Cf"" 0 f=1ooHz

Output Swing as a Function of Output Current
15

Supply Current as a Function of Supply Voltage

!""".;; r--..; ~
10
TA, = 70 0 e

Vs'.j5V

400
3SO

T."O~

'll

" c " ~
w

:c

I z

110

"A",,2SoC_

i e ~ r--t::: = 10·
I-'"
100

-

1\

1\'
.#

./'
/

1. 300 I .... ,so
z ~
o
~200

........

..----

..---

T'Ol.CT,
TA

g

T! '~·c I -r
0

L ~

= 70 0 e

r

c

/

>-

t
5

0

1 I

~·c

/'

~ 150

'" 100

so
0
10

90
10

15

20

o o
OUTPUT CURRENT -

15

20

SUPPLY VOLTAGE-

+v

± mA

SUPPLY VOlTAGE- ±V

Standard Compensation Circuits
R2 R2

R1 INVERTING --'IIII'v-_--t INPUT

R1 INVERTING --'IIII'v---I INPUT

R3 NON·INVERTING --'I/'>N----1 INPUT

. - - - - OUTPUT
R3 NON·INVERTING -"V'If'y---I INPUT

OUTPUT

4·142

JLA 10S/A • JLA20S/A • JLA30S/A
Feedforward Compensation Higher Slew Rate and Wider Bandwidth Standard Feedforward
R1 10 kll
C2

5 pF

INPUT--~~~----~Ir-----,

Guarding Extra care must be taken in the assembly of printed circuit boards to take full advantage of the low input currents of the J.lA 108 amplifier. Boards must be thoroughly cleaned with TCE or alcohol and blown dry with compressed air. After cleaning, the boards should be coated with epoxy or silicone rubber to prevent contamination. Even with properly cleaned and coated boards, leakage currents may cause trouble at 125°C, particularly since the input pins are adjacent to pins that are at supply potentials. This leakage can be significantly reduced by uSing guarding to lower the voltage difference between the inputs and adjacent metal runs. Input guarding of the S-pin TO-99 package is accomplished by using a 10-pin circle, with the pins of the device formed so that the holes adjacent tt;> the inputs are empty when it is inserted in the b.oard. The guard, which is a conductive ring surrounding the inputs, is connected to a low impedance point that is at approximately the same voltage as the inputs . Leakage currents from high voltage pins are then absorbed by the guard. The pin configuration of the dual in-line package is designed to facilitate guarding, since the pins adjacent to the inputs are not used (this is different from the standard J.lA741 and J.lA101A pin configuration).

~~~OUTPUT

Open Loop Voltage Gain
120
100

e
I

80 80

" , I"

--...

'\

FEEJ C~PENSATION "'( "

FOR~ARD

180

f--

t?""- 1
35
00

" "" I: '"
~
w "

~HASE '\ "),-"
,,"OAIN

I-COMPS;;::T~~~
10 100 1k

45

,I'\. 1"'..."
1M 10 M

-20
1

to k

100 k
Hz

FREQUENCY -

Feedforward Compensation for Decoupllng Load Capacitance
R2

Rs>10kll

100 kll

INPUT~~~~-'-'----------~~--------~

R4

>6::.....~.;.50"'0"'1l.--_....._ OUTPUT

CL 75 pF to 0.01

~F

4·143

JLA 10S/A • JLA20S/A • JLA30S/A
Inverting Amplifier
R2 Rl INPUT -'l/V\r-.......- - -........' V V ' _ - - - - - ,

Board Layout for Input Guarding With TO-99 Package
COMPENSATION

__~-OUTPUT

Follower

R3'
OUTPUT INPUT ---~-+--I

(Bottom View)

Non-Inverting Amplifier
R2

OUTPUT

Rl

4·144

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

J.LA318
High-Speed Operational Amplifier
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package
COMPENSATION-2

Description The #A318 is a Precision High-Speed Operational Amplifier designed for applications requiring wide bandwidth and high slew rate. It features a factor of ten increase in speed over general purpose devices without sacrificing dc performance. The #A318 has internal unity gain frequency compensation. This simplifies its application since no external components are necessary for operation. However, unlike most internally compensated amplifiers, external frequency compensation may be added for optimum performance. For inverting applications, feedforward compensation will boost the slew rate to over 150 V I #s and almost double the bandwidth. Overcompensation can be used with the amplifier for greater stability when maximum bandwidth is not needed. Further, a single capacitor can be added to reduce the 0.1% settling time to under 1 #s. The high speed and fast settling time of this op amp makes it useful in aId converters, oscillators, active filters, sample-and-hold circuits or general-purpose amplifiers. This device is easy to apply and offers a better ac performance than industry standards such as the #A709. • • • • • • • 15 MHz SMALL SIGNAL BANDWIDTH GUARANTEED 50 V / #s SLEW RATE MAXIMUM BIAS CURRENT OF 500 nA OPERATES FROM SUPPLIES OF ± 5 V TO ± 20 V INTERNAL FREQUENCY COMPENSATION INPUT AND OUTPUT OVERLOAD PROTECTED PIN COMPATIBLE WITH GENERAL PURPOSE OPAMPS ±20 V 500mW ±10 mA ± 15 V Indefinite O°C to +70°C -65°C to +150°C 300°C

v(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ILA318 Metal

Code 5W

Part No_ #A318HC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Power Dissipation (Note 1) Differential Input Current (Note 2) Input Voltage (Note 3) Output Short Circuit Duration Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s)

Notes 1 Tile maxImum junction temperature of the !LA318 IS 150·C for operating at elevated temperatures. The package must be derated based on a thermal resIstance of 150· C / W. Juncllon to ambient or 45·C/W. Juncllon to case. 2 The onputs are shunte~ WIth back-to-back diodes for overvoltage protection. Therefore. excessive current will flow

if a differential input voltage In excess of 1 V IS applied between the inputs unless some limIting resIstance IS used. 3 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V. the absolute maximum onput voltage IS equal to the supply voltage.

4-145

--

_. --- - - -

----

p,A318
Equivalent Cilcuit
BAUCOMP-3
BAL/COMP-1 COMP-2

5

1

8

7

(

'c,
t---

\

\
)
014

R. 22k

~

~~6.)
Rl0 140k R5 2.2k OC2

(']~
R12 75k
Q18

30k

~n

r4
010t-.

013 V

Q15~~ JOk

VI
011 1...1
I~

I

f-K
'--

75k

Rl1;E~C2
-25pF

35'

017 35E

qa
-10pF

R25

·~J037
'E 8E

l038

035

T vCl -25 pF

IR2.
5k

:f-

~

IN

2 03:::

,.. ..

~
~02

~
R2 12k Rl 13k 07r-

IN

3

a.:::

..

K05
~01

~ -10 PFJ

- ~a32

~
R21 3k 030

R23 lOll

R 30

2.
OUT


~033
45E

.----

R3 37k R. 8k

~~lE
r~
022

R22

~~~23~

R5

~12
1E

44·

~

1E

rl

~023

R14 1.Sk K028 02. 027 5E Rl' 15k

01.e-.E

a20~ I

021 2E R18
14Sk

'~~'
:2~ :~v

02.

"r

~rE R20

loon

• v-

4·146

~A318
~A318

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Supply Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Slew Rate Small Signal Bandwidth

±5 V :5 VS :5 ±20 V. TA Condition

= +25·C
Min Typ 4 30 150 0.5 3 5 10 200 70 15 Max 10 200 500 Unit mV nA nA M!l mA V/mV
V/~s

Vs

= ± 15 V. Your = ± 10 V. RL;::: 2 k!l Vs = ± 15 V. Av = 1 Vs = ± 15 V
<
TA

25 50

MHz

The following specifications apply for O·C Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Typical Performance Curves

<

+70·C 15 300 750 mV nA nA V/mV ±13 100 80 V V dB dB

= ± 15 V. Your = ± 10 V. RL;::: 2 k!l Vs = ± 15 V. RL = 2 k!l Vs = ± 15 V
Vs

20 ± 12 ± 11.5 70 65

Input Current
200

Voltage Gain
l1S

Power Supply Rejection
100

5.
100
50

BIAS

11.
~
".

TA:::

ere

.•
3. 2.
I•

~
1\
TA = 25-<:

<>
OFF,SET

105

\
TA = 7O"C

. ~t'TIVE .. I--NEGATIVES~
20

80

~

TA

= 25"C

.......

JUPPLY

1\

100

'\,
Hz

~.

10

20

30

40

so
°c

60

70

..

5

TEMPERATURE _

I.

,.
+Y

-20 20

100

1k

10k

lOOk

1M

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

FREQUENCY -

"

10M

4·147

JLA318
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Input Noise Voltage
3000

Common, Mode Rejection
TA = 25°C VS"" "!:15Y

Supply Current
55

1000

.
~

120 100

I

z 0 ;::

~
1

RS = 100k

'00

!!!

~ 30
~

'"

11= l00n,Rs = 1 k

irl ~
~

.0
80

1k

RS:::: 2 kn
TA

= 25°C
oC

~A J
= ..

0

C '"
Z

"

E I 50

/- ~
",-/
/T.=\5'1: \

I-

\.

~
~ ~

e-

0 0

10

II
100

IIII

I
10.

..
~

40

\
1M

" >

:>

\"k10

-

f-- !--

3 10

,.
FREQUENCY Hz

"

20

100.

o

100

10k

tOOk
Hz

FREQUENCY -

"

it

45

ii:

TA ,70"C

10M

40

5

15
V

20

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Closed Loop Output Impedance
Vs "' ~15 V TA =25"C

Current Limiting
14

Input Current
800

,

,

100

12

AJ = 1000

/

r--

400
T A = 7..e-

'l'
z "

10

~ / \J

200

1\

Av=;/

~
~

TA"'25OC-

\

I-

\

:>

-V
1•

V
10k lOOk 1M

:>
0

-400
Vs -

1\ \

1"5 V
4 10 15

0

0

20
mA

25

-800

\ \
0 02 04
V

-08 -0.6 -04 -02

06

08

FREQUENCY -- Hz

OUTPUT CURRENT -

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT -

Unity Gain Bandwidth

Voltage Follower Slew Rate 120 ,--r--;--,--,.-,.-,--,
POSITIVE SLEW

Inverter Settling Time
15

" I :c
II " .z
~
~
l-

l!

r->
Ys= :t-16Y Rs "" AI' = 10 kll C f = 5pF

,~~~
l00 my}

20

110

10

l

,.
11
14

I

lmY

~ 100

'"

I

"

~

g
90
NEGATIVE SLEW

~

,/
5
_1

Z :>

80

70 0
TEMPERATURE _ °C

10

20

30

40

so

-80

I; o

ii

l-

r~~ :~5~

Y, ""5 V

',I'
l00C 1\.
Y

lmY

70

_1 5

or-nmf 'm
003 01 03

AF'" 5 ktl CF= 10pF

Il

TEMPERATURE _ °C

TIME - liS

4-148

~A318
Typical Performance Curves (Cant.)

Large Signal Frequency Response
14

Open Loop Frequency Response
TA
Vs == "-15 V

Voltage Follower Pulse Response

I.
~
10

.1'54 J
!II
I

120

--.
100

\

eo
80

~
~

"
Z

\
~
1\

"",
"'\

iVs " :t15 ~c yA ••

'0
16 1 1

PHJEj

I

"

---.
~

--I

.- '0-- ~

! C!l

I
4

6

i!:

" ~ >
5M 10M 20M SOM

.

40
20

K' -'"
1~

" .iz

1\

I
INPUT JOUTPUT

.

-"-4 -8
-I'

>

0

c " ~

II
~
Ys"'- +15 V

o

-20
1M 2M
FREQUENCY - Hz

06M

10

100

lk

10k

tOOk

1M
Hz

10M

"

-II

100M

-.0-0'

T'-I~o.
01
1.0

14

11

FREQUENCY -

TIME - ",

Large Signal Frequency Response
14

Open Loop Frequency Response

"
~

-

iA ~ ~-hl
Ys == "':15 Y

120 100

-......

t.~"C

Inverter Pulse Response .0
Y

10

I ~

!
6

.
4

["..

Ys =

IS

•••
1 135

16

!\
FEEOPORWARD

i

~

." c " ~
>
0

~

..
40
20

80

'-./

"", "10k tOOk
Hz

.. i

>

"
4

I

- .- ._,.. r~

h I I

\-

-

,
1M

M

~

INPUT

/OUTPUT

PHASV

90

iI

FfEDFOrWARr

"\

.. n
\.

L:
-I'

!

a

\ \ \
FEEDFORWAAD

.Vs 1= 0.3

r-

o

~
3M 10M 30M
FREQUENCY - Hz

1M

JI

100M

-'010

Gj'N\
100 1k 10M 100M
FREQUENCY -

-16

TA = aee

-.0 -0.1

"i

v

0.1

05

07

o.

nME-~.

Auxiliary Circuits Feedforward Compensation For Greater Inverting Slew Rate
5k
10k 3k

Compensation for Minimum Settling Time
5 pF

5k
INPUT

-"""''1'<--4-...- ,
OUTPUT

INPUT

-"""''1'<--_'''1
OUTPUT

10k

5k

Slew and settling time to 0.1% for a 10 V step change is 800 ns. Slew rate tYPically 150 V / /lS. Balance CirCUit necessary for increased slew. 4·149

~A318
Offset Balancing
v+
200 k

Isolating Large Capacitive Loads
AF

,..---""'I'v--.....-

.....-

OUTPUT

INPUT

--""'I'v-+--I

AS

Overcompensation

Typical Applications Fast Voltage Follower
5pF
10k

Weln Bridge Sine Wave OSCillator
A1

750

>'-<1-.....L1'

OUTPUT

.ok

A2

Fast Summing Amplifier
5k
5pF

1'>

INPUT 2

10 k

L 1 = 10

5k
INPUT 2

R2 R3 Cl = C2

=

v1

14 rnA bulb ELDEMA 1869

1= 2... R2 Cl

Differential Amplifier
10 k

10k
INPUT 10 k INPUT

10k

4-150

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

JLA 124 • JLA224 • JLA324 JLA2902 Quad Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
OUT A -IN A OUT 0 -IN 0

Description The JJ.A 124 series of Quad Operational Amplifiers consists of four independent high-gain, internally frequency-compensated operational amplifiers designed to operate from a single power supply or dual power supplies over a wide range of voltages. The common mode input range includes the negative supply, thereby eliminating the necessity for external biasing components in many applications. The output voltage range also includes the negative power supply voltage. They are constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. • • • • • INPUT COMMON MODE VOLTAGE RANGE INCLUDES GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY OUTPUT VOLTAGE CAN SWING TO GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY FOUR INTERNALLY COMPENSATED OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS IN A SINGLE PACKAGE WIDE POWER SUPPLY RANGE SINGLE OF 3.0 V to 30 V DUAL SUPPLY OF ± 1_5 V to ± 16 V POWER DRAIN SUITABLE FOR BATTERY OPERATION

+IN A

+IN 0

v+
+IN B
-IN B OUT B

v-

OR GND

+IN C -IN C
OUT C

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package JJ.A 124 Ceramic DIP JJ.A224 Molded DIP JJ.A224 Ceramic DIP JJ.A324 Molded DIP JJ.A324 Ceramic DIP JJ.A2902 Molded DIP

Code 6A 6A 9A 6A 9A 9A

Part No_ JJ.A124DM JJ.A224PV JJ.A224DV JJ.A324PC p.A324DC JJ.A2902PV

Equivalent Circuit (1/4 of circuit shown)
OUTPUT

~------------.-----------.---~~--------.------+-+------.----v+

+-+------------~~-----,
3. S. 10.12
INPUTS

4-151

J.LA 124 • J.LA224 • J.LA324 • J.LA2902
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Between V+ and V32 Differential Input Voltage (Note 1) 32 Input Voltage (V-) (Note 1) -0.3 V (V-) to V+ Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) 670mW Operating Temperature Range -55°C to +125°C /J.A124 -25°C to +85°C /J.A224 O°C to +70°C /J.A324 /J.A2902 -40°C to +85°C Storage Temperature Range -55°C to +125°C Molded DIP -65°C to +150°C Ceramic DIP Pin Temperature (Soldering) 260°C Molded DIP (lOs) Ceramic DIP (60 s) 300°C

Notes 1. Tlow = -55°C for jtA124 Thigh = +125°e for jtA124 = -40°C for jtA2902 = +85°e for jtA2902 = -25°C for jtA224 and jtA224 = ooe for jtA324 = +70 oe for jtA324 2. The input common-mode voltage or either Input signal voltage should not be allowed to go negative by more than 0.3 V. The
4-152

upper end of the common-mode voltage range is Vee - 1.5 V, but either or both inputs can go to +32 V without damage (+26 V for jtA2902). 3. Short circUits from the output to Vee can cause excessive heating and eventual destruction. Destructive dissipation can result from Simultaneous shorts on all amplifiers.

~A124·~A224·~A324·~A2902
IJ.A 124, IJ.A224 and IJ.A324 Electrical Characteristics Symbol Characteristic Input Offset Voltage

Vee

= 5.0 V,

VEE

= GND, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted.
IJ.A124/IJ.A224 IJ.A324 Min Typ Max Unit Min Typ Max

Condition Vee = 5.0 V to 30 V Vie = 0 V to Vee -1.5 V, Va"", 1.4 V, Rs = 0 f! TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) TA

Via

2.0

5.0 7.0

2.0

7.0 9.0

mV

Average Temperature AVIO/AT Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage
110

= Thigh to Tlow (Note = Thigh to Tlow (Note = Thigh to Tlow (Note

1)

7.0 3.0 30

7.0 5.0 50 150

IJ.V/oC
nA pA/oC -250 nA -500 28.5 28 Vee V V

Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Common-Mode Voltage Range (Note 2) Differential Input Voltage Range Large Signal OpenLoop Voltage Gain Channel Separation

TA TA

1) 1) 10 -45 -40 0 1) 0

± 100
10 -150 -300 28.5 28 Vee 0 0 -45 -50

Alia/AT

liS

TA

VieR VIDR AVOL

= Thigh to Tlow (Note Vee = 30 V Vee = 30 V TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note

1)

RL TA

= 2.0 kf!, Vee = 15 V, = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1)

50 25

100 -120

25 15

100 -120

V/mV
dB dB dB V

1.0 kHz :5 f :5 20 kHz, Input Referenced Rs:5 10 kf! 70 65 (TA = Thigh to Tlow) (Note 1) 26 Vee = 30 V, RL = 2 kf! 27 Vee = 30 V, RL = 10 kf! Vee = 5.0 V, RL = 10 kf!, TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) (VID = +1.0 V, Vee = 15 V) TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) VID = -1.0 V, Vee 15 V TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) VID -1.0 V, Va = 200 mV 20 10 10 5 12

CMMR PSSR

Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage-High Output Voltage-Low Output Source Current

85 100

65 65

70 100

VOH

28 5.0 40 20 20 8 50 40 60 20

26 27

28 5.0 20 mV rnA rnA rnA IJ.A 60 rnA

VOL
10+

20 10 10 5 12

40 20 20 8 50 40

=

10-

Output Sink Current Output Short Circuit to Ground (Note 3)

=

los

lee

Power Supply Current

(T A = Thigh to Tlow) (Note 1) Vee = 30 V, Va 0 V, RL = 00 Vee = 5 V, Va = 0 V, RL = 00

=

1.5 0.7

3.0 1.2

1.5 0.7

3.0 1.2

rnA

Notes 1. Tlow = -55'e for I'A124 Thigh = +125'e for I'A124 -40'e for I'A2902 +85'e for I'A2902 = -25'e for I'A224 and I'A224 = 0' e for I'A324 = +70'e for I'A324 2. The input common-mode voltage or either ,"put signal voltage should not be allowed to go negative by more than 0.3 V The

=

=

upper end of the common-mode voltage range is Vee - 1.5 v, but either or both inputs can go to +32 V without damage (+26 V for I'A2902). 3 Short cirCUits from the output to Vee can cause excessive heatong and eventual destructoon. Destructive diSSipation can result from simultaneous shorts on all amplifiers.

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p,A 124 • p,A224 • p,A324 • p,A2902
/LA2902

Electrical Characteristics Symbol Characteristic

(Cont.) Vee = 5.0 V, VEE = GND, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted. /LA2902

Condition
Vee = 5.0 V to 26 V, Vie = 0 V to Vee -1.5 V, Va """ 1.4 V, Rs = 0 Q TA = 25°C T A = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) T A = Thigh to Tlow (Ndte 1)

Min

Typ

Max

Unit
mV

VIO

Input Offset Voltage

2.0

7.0 10

Average Temperature .:lVIO/.:lT Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage 110 Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Common-Mode Voltage Range (Note 2) Differential Input Voltage Range Large Signal OpenLoop Voltage Gain Channel Separation CMMR PSSR Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage-High

7.0 5.0 45 10 -45 -50 0 0 -250 -500 24.5 24 Vee 50 200

/LV 1 ° C

TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1)

nA

.:lIla 1.:IT

pA/oC

liB

TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) Vee = 26 V Vee = 26 V, TA = Thigh to Tlow

nA

VieR

V

VIDR

V

AVOL

RL = 2.0 kQ, Vee = 15 V, For Large Va Swing, TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) 1.0 kHz :S f :S 20 kHz, Input Referenced RS:S 10 kQ

15

100

V/mV

-120 50 50 70 100

dB dB dB

VOH

(T A = Thigh to Tlow) (Note 1) Vee = 26 V, RL = 2 kQ Vee = 26 V, RL 10 kQ

=

22 23

V 24 5.0 100 mV

VOL 10+ 10lOS

Output Voltage-Low Output Source Current Output Sink Current Output Short Circuit to Ground (Note 3) Power Supply Current

Vee 5.0 V, RL :S 10 kQ, TA Thigh to Tlow (Note 1)

= = (VID = +1.0 V, Vee = 15 V) = =

TA = Thigh to Tlow (Note 1) VID = -1.0 V, Vee 15 V TA Thigh to Tlow (Note 1)

20 10 10 5

40 20 20

rnA rnA 60 3.0 1.2 rnA

8
40

lee

(T A = Thigh to Tlow) (Note 1) Vee = 26 V, Va 0 V, RL (Xl Vee = 5 V, Va 0 V, RL = (Xl

= =

=

1.5 0.7

rnA

Notes 1. Tlow = -55°C for "A 124 Thigh = +125°e for "A124 = +85°e for "A2902 = -40°C for "A2902 = -25°C for "A224 and "A224 = ooe for "A324 = +70 oe for "A324 2. The Input common-mode voltage or either input signal voltage should not be allowed to go negative by more than 0.3 V. The
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upper end of the common-mode voltage range is Vee - 1 5 V, but either or both inputs can go to +32 V without damage (+26 V for "A2902). 3. Short circuits from the output to Vee can cause excessive heating and eventual destruction. Destructive dissipation can result from simultaneous shorts on all amplifiers.

~A124·~A224.~A324.~A2902
Typical Performance Curves

Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency
'I
~

,

120

V~ J11.IV_
TA
~

130

w " "

.~
0

9
z
0

~

.. . ..
20

= 25"C_

......
...... ......
~

;I z

......
r-....
10M

~

10

100

1.0k
FREQUENCY -

10k

lOOk

Hz

Output Characteristics Current Sourcing
IIII I "" I

Output Characteristics Current Sinking
10

Output Voltage as a Function of Frequency
30

!1"
'0'

I

V+ = +5 YdC

...• ~
5

;

y+ = +15 Vdc V+ = +30 Vdc

INDEPENDENT OF 'y~

TiiliT
IIll
j
01

I

." g ... .. " ...
w

IIIIIIII
v.
01

~I
~

25

1\

1.
>

t

20

I

Rl = 10kU TA = 2S8 C

V~=I,n

!:;

0 " I

~
001 10 100
mAde

ry
0001
10 -

.. ~1.
+

.!:; "
w
0

,

"
10 50

'0

.5 5
0

>

I'
10k
FREQUENCY -

1

VI I"
001 01

I II T = ~25'C I III
10
mAde

0.001
10+ -

001

100

_50 10k

-10M

lOOk

OUTPUT SOURCE CURRENT -

OUTPUT SINK CURRENT -

Hz

Output Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage

.
30

Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature
400 TA

Input Bias Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
180

= aoc_
300

Vs 1= .\5V

I,
>

!i!
~

w

, ffi II:

1i

170

i .5
5 0

"

w 20

200

r---

u

§

160

"-

,

V
10

......

~

i
i
~

/
-/
o
20 4.0 6.0 80 10 12 14 16 18 20

100

150

o

-75-55-35155025456585105125 TEMPERATURE - C

o

o

o

2.0 40 60 80 10

12

14

1. 1.

20

V+ AND V-. POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES - y

V+ AND V-, POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES - Y

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f.lA 148 • f.lA248 • f.lA348

Quad Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products Connection Diagram 14 Pin DIP
OUT A -IN A +IN A

Description The j.tA 148 series is a true quad j.tA 7 41. It consists of four independent, high-gain, internally-compensated, low-power operational amplifiers which have been designed to provide functional characteristics identical to those of the familiar j.tA 7 41 operational amplifier. In addition, the total supply current for all four amplifiers is comparable to the supply current of a single j.tA741 type op amp. Other features include input offset currents and input bias current which are much less than those of a standard j.tA741. Also, excellent isolation between amplifiers has been achieved by independently biasing each amplifier and using layout techniques which minimize thermal coupling. • • • • • • • • • • j.tA741 OP AMP OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS LOW SUPPLY CURRENT DRAIN CLASS AB OUTPUT STAGE-NO CROSSOVER DISTORTION PIN COMPATIBLE WITH THE j.tA324 & j.tA3403 LOW INPUT OFFSET VOLTAGE-1 mV TYP LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT -4 nA TYP LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENT-30 nA TYP GAIN BANDWIDTH PRODUCT FOR j.tA148 (UNITY GAIN)-1.0 MHz TYP HIGH DEGREE OF ISOLATION BETWEEN AMPLIFIERS-120 dB OVERLOAD PROTECTION FOR INPUTS AND OUTPUTS

V+
+IN B -IN B OUT B

(Top View)

Order Information . Type Package j.tA 148 Ceramic DIP j.tA248 Ceramic DIP j.tA348 Ceramic DIP j.tA348 Molded DIP

Code 6A 6A 6A
9A

Part No. j.tA148DM j.tA248DC j.tA348DC j.tA348PC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Output Short·Circuit Duration (Note 1) Power Dissipation (Po at 25°C) and Thermal Resistance (OJA), (Note 2) Molded DIP Po 8JA Ceramic DIP Po 8JA Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Pin Temperature (Soldering) Molded DIP (lOs) Ceramic DIP (60 s) j.tA148 ±22 V ±44V ±22 V continuous j.tA248 ± 18 V ±36 V ± 18 V continuous j.tA348 ± 18 V ±36 V ± 18 V continuous

670 mW 100°C/W -55°C<TA < +125°C -65°C to +150°C

700 mW 150°C 670 mW 100°C/W -25°C <TA< +85°C -65°C to +150°C 260°C 300°C

700 mW 150°C/W 670 mW 100°C/W O°C < TA< +70°C -65°C to +150°C 260°C 300°C

300°C

Notes on following pages
4-156

JiA 148 • JiA248 • JiA348
Equivalent Circuit (1 /4 of Circuit Shown)
r-------------------------_.----------------~~~------------------_.--- v+
CU
1011

NONINVERTING INPUT

R6 18 !t

OUT , -_ _.... 1, 7, 8, 14

V+

R7

22 !1
R5 150 K

V+

Rl ..--..A.AIv---......-t---t( 020
1K

as

06

R9 64K

R3 50 K R8 100 !l R2 10 K

L---~~---

__

-~---~~-

__

-----~~-~---~--~--~~~V-

11

ONE CHANNEL

Notes 1. Any of the amphfler outputs can be shorted to ground indefinitely; however, more than one should not be simultaneously shorted as the maximum Juncllon temperature will be exceeded, 2 The maximum power dlsslpallon for these devices must be derated at elevated temperatures and IS dictated by T J(MAX),
4-157

8JA' and the ambient temperature, TA The maximum available power diSSipation at any temperature is Po = (T J (MAX) TA)/8JA or the 25°C Po (MAX), whichever is less,

J.LA 148 • J.LA248 • J.LA348
,..A 148 and ,..A248 DC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Input Input Input Offset Voltage Offset Current Bias Current Resistance Vs = + - 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted j.(A148 Condition RS S 10 kn Min j.(A248

Typ
1.0 4 30 2.5

Max 5.0 25 100

Min

Typ
1.0 4 30 2.5

Max 6.0 50 200

Unit mV nA nA Mn mA V/mV dB mA

0.8 VOUT = ± 10 V, Rl 2: 2 kn f = 1 Hz to 20 kHz (Input Referred) 50

0.8 25

Supply Current All Amplifiers Large Signal Voltage Gain Amplifier to Amplifier Coupling Output Short-Circuit Current

2.4 3.6 160 -120 25

2.4 4.5 160 -120 25

The following specilications apply over the operating Temperature Range Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection AC Characteristics Phase Margin Slew Rate ,..A348 DC Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Input Input Input Oflset Voltage Offset Current Bias Current Resistance RS S 10 kn RS s 10 kn RS S 10 kn 6.0 75 325 25 ± 12 ±10 ± 12 70 ± 13 ±12 15 ± 12 ±10 ± 12 70 ± 13 ± 12 7.5 125 500 mV nA nA V/mV V V V dB dB

Rl 2: 2 kn, VOUT Rl = 10 kn Rl = 2 kn

= ± 10 V

77

90 96

77

90 96

Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted 1.0 Av = 1 Av = 1 60 0.5 1.0 60 0.5 MHz degrees V/,..s

Small Signal Bandwidth

VS

15 V, TA

= 25 ° C unless otherwise noted
j.(A348 Min

Condition RS S 10 kn

Typ
1.0 4 30 2.5 2.4 160 -120 25

Max 6.0 50 200 4.5

Unit mV nA nA Mn mA V/mV dB mA

0.8 VOUT = ± 10 V, Rl 2: 2 kn I = 1 Hz to 20 kHz (Input Referred) 25

Supply Current All Amplifiers Large Signal Voltage Gain Amplifier to Amplifier Coupling Output Short-Circuit Current

The following specifications apply over the operating temperature Range Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Rs S 10 kn 7.5 100 400 15 ±12 ± 10 ±12 70 ± 13 ± 12 90 96 mV nA nA V/mV V V V dB dB

Rl2: 2 kn, VOUT = ± 10 V Rl Rl

= 10 kn = 2 kn

Rs S 10 kn RS S 10 kn

77

4-158

p,A 148 • p,A248 • p,A348
#A348 AC Characteristics Phase Margin Slew Rate Vs

= ± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted
Av Av

Small Signal Bandwidth

=1 =1

1.0 60 0.5

MHz degrees V/#s

Note ,.A 148,248,348 are capable of driving 100 pF capacitive load.

Typical Performance Curves Positive Common Mode Input Voltage Limit as a Function of Supply Voltage
2.
-55 0

Negative Common Mode Input Voltage Limit as a Function of Supply Voltage -2. r--,---,---,--r--,--,

Input Noise Voltage and Noise Current as a Function of Frequency

;;;>

z

~
15

d l-t-125 d
:5 TA
o

8I

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z!
o~

r . /1/
10

"'" ~~

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/

1/

1/

/

,
~
I

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&0

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~ 140
120

V5 1

~ I±l~ U

,.
14;0:


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n

TA = 25°C

8I

w>

"Z
10

-15 f--t----1----1---t-:h~---1

~i

"'~ ",w

~ g
-10 1--!--I>-/-'#1---+---+---1
o
Z
Z

w 100

~ 1«

80

1\

08

8~

5>
z
15
V

!f;! 5
~

~

••

"

MEAN NOISE VOL TAOEI
MEAN NOISE CURRENT

08 04
02

'" !
!
I

i

::l
" 20

,.

2.
NEGATIVE SUPPLY VOLTS V

•,.

llllill III iI ,. 1U , • ,.. 1111111
FREQUENCY Hz

POSITIVE SUPPL Y VOLTS -

..

Small Signal Pulse Response

Large Signal Pulse Response

Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response

,.•
~
I

Vo

Av
TA

~

1
G

Vs = !o15 Y

= 2S C

,.
> I
w

• •

I I
V'N

I
I

1\

J,i
=
V'N

vb

~

,.
\
=-

Vo

\
'"'7-

/

Ys = ±15 V RL === 2 k TA 25°C

II II

1

v!.±~v_ RL=2k
\
\
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~ -10

g
'00

~

" '.!or~
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TIME
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10

.

V,N

••
TIME -

12•

180

200

o

20

40

so

80 100 120 140 180 180 200
TIME ~s

Jl8

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J.LA 148 • J.LA248 • J.LA348
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Supply Current as a Function of Power Supply Voltage Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
0

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage
50


5

80
0 4 0

> I

"
Z

40

TA

=

25°C

+25.~,<......
3

V

0

.......

2

1
0

--:::::: ~ ~
10

~ ......-> I-15
V

ot'-,
0

or0 0 20

5 S

'-..20V5

~~--

~~5VS

1
-5

-t;::;- ~ l.:--.......
45 65
QC

10 Vs-

.. " ::!
0 0

~ :>

>-

~

30

V
V V

20

>-

t- f:;:E=='
85 105 125

" ~

10

V
V
o

V
10 15
V

55 -35 -15

25

o

20

25

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

TeMPERATURE -

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Output Voltage as a Function of Source Current
5
Ys '" 15 V

Output Voltage as a Function of Sink Current

Output Impedance as a Function of Frequency
15 V

0

r'\,r\
+125°C

I::---z "
~
>
"

> I

-15
Vs

J

.
~ o

-10

1\~ l'o-,-sJ.c
+125°C

5

0
10

\-s•.c \\ ,. +r\
1\
20

'l\

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Ie
z
30

+25°1\ f"\

" iil
0

.

-5

2.

10

15

20

25
mA

30
FREQUENCY Hz

OUTPUT SOURCE CURRENT -

mA

OUTPUT SINK CURRENT -

CMRR and Open Loop Frequency Response as a Function of Frequency
11 0
Ys - lS V TA = 25 C C

Gain as a Function of Frequency
20 15 10

Gain Band Width as a Function of Temperature

f'..

0'

......,.~

t\-

1111 IIILIl
1\
PHASE

TA=25°C

v~-\sV

1DO 90

80

o

'II I ",so

"
100

I'-

I CJ
0

",

'8

.
70

:l!

-5 -10 -15 -20 10k

o
0
-1 0 10 1 k

"

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10 k

100 k
Hz

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10 M

1 M

-38 01

r1>1
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2k

50 40

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2 I

l!
3.0

GAIN

30
20

~ ..
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20 10

\
MHz

10

"',48
·35 ·15 5 25 45

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10 10

0 -55

85

85

105 125

FREQUENCV -

FREQUENCY -

TEMPERATURE -

ac

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JLA 1458 • JLA 1558 Dual Internally Compensated Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products

Description The /LA 14581 /LA 1558 are a monolithic pair of Internally Compensated High Performance Amplifiers constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. They are intended for a wide range of analog applications where board space or weight are important. High common mode voltage range and absence of "latch-up" make the /LA14581/LA1558 ideal for use as voltage followers. The high gain and wide range of operating voltage provides superior performance in integrator, summing amplifier and general feedback applications.
The /LA 14581 /LA 1558 are short-circuit protected and require no external components for frequency compensation. The internal 6 db 1octave roll-off insures stability in closed loop applications. For single amplifier performance, see the /LA741 data sheet. The Fairchild /LA 14581 /LA 1558 slew rate has been improved to 0.81/Ls typical.

Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package
Vee+

Vee-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /LA 1458 Metal /LA 1458C Metal /LA 1558 Metal Connection Diagram a-Pin DIP

Code 5W 5W 5W

Part No_ /LA 1458HC /LA1458CHC /LA 1558HM

• NO FREQUENCY COMPENSATION REQUIRED • SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION • LARGE COMMON-MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGES • LOW POWER CONSUMPTION • NO LATCH-UP • MINI DIP PACKAGE Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Military (/LA1558) Commercial (/LA 1458 and /LA 1458C) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Differential Input Voltage (Note 2) Common-Mode Input Swing (Note 2) Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3) Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (/lA 1558) Commercial (/LA 1458 and /LA 1458C) Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s) Metal Package Mini DIP (Soldering, 10 s)

OUTA -IN A +INA

Vee+
OUTB -IN B +IN B

±22 V

± 18 V
500 mW 310mW ±30 V

Vee-

(Top View)

± 15 V
Indefinite -65°C to +150°C

Order Information Type Package /LA 1458 Ceramic DIP /LA 1458 Molded DIP /LA 1458C Ceramic DIP /LA 1458C Molded DIP /lA 1558 Ceramic DIP

Code 6T 9T 6T 9T 6T

Part No_ /LA 1458RC /LA 1458TC /LA1458CRC /LA 1458CTC /LA 1558RM

Notes on following pages.
4-161
.----------~

..

~-

..

-~-~---.-.--

.---- ----

JLA 1458 • JLA 1558
Equivalent Circuit
(Each Amplifier)
r--t------;p-----~------

.....- - - t _ - - - - - - - - - - - - t _ - + V c c

R6

27 II

NON-INVERTING INPUT

OUTPUT
R7

INVE~J~~~---t--+----;---'

22 II

39 kll

R5

30pFr---t-----t------------,

300

!l

R1

R3

R2

R4

R11

1 kll

50 kl!

1 kll

5 kll

50 kll

L----~--~--~

__

----~--~---4_--~~-~----~--~-~~--VCC

Notes 1. Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70°C. Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 63 mW / °C for the Metal Package and 5.6 mW / °C for the mini DIP. 2 For supply voltages less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum Input voltage IS equal to the supply voltage.

3. Short CirCUit may be to ground or either supply. Rating applies to + 125°C case temperature or 70°C ambient temperature.

4-162

JlA 1458 • JlA 1558
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Differential Input Impedance Parallel Input Resistance Parallel Input Capacitance Common-Mode Input Impedance Common-Mode Input Voltage Swing Equivalent Input Noise Voltage Common-Mode Rejection Ratio AV = 100 Rs = 10 kll f = 1.0 kHz BW = 1.0 Hz f = 100 Hz 70 f = 20 Hz, Open Loop
f = 20 Hz

V S = ± 15 V T A = 25 0 C unless otherwise specified
~A1458 ~A1458C ~A1558

Condition
RS:S 10 kll

Min

Typ
2.0 .03 0.2

Max
6.0 0.2 0.5

Min

Typ
2.0 .03 0.2 1.0 6.0 200

Max
10 0.3 0.7

Min

Typ
1.0 0.03 0.2

Max
5.0 0.2 0.5

Unit
mV
~A

~A

0.3

1.0 6.0 200

0.3

1.0 6.0 200

Mil pF Mil

±12

±13

±11

±13

±12

±13

V

45

45

45

nV/yHz

90

60

90

70

90

dB •

Open-Loop VOUT = ± 10 V 20 k 100 k 20 k 100 k 50 k 200 k V IV _V_o_lta_g~e __ G_a_in__________~R~L~= __ 2_.0 __ kll ____~----~--~----+----r---4----+----r--~----+_----Av = 1 RS = 2.0 kll Power Bandwidth 14 14 14 kHz THD:s 5% VOUT = 20 Vpk-pk Unity Gain Crossover Frequency (Open Loop) Phase Margin (Open Loop) Gain Margin Slew Rate Output Impedance Short-Circuit Output Current Output Voltage Swing Power Supply Sensitivity Vcc- = Constant V cc+ = Constant Power Supply Current Power Dissipation RL AV = 1 f = 20 Hz

1.1
65

1.1
65

1.1
65 11 0;8 75 20 ± 12 ± 14 30 8.0 8.0 240 2.3 2.3 70

MHz
Degrees dB

11
0.8 75 20

11
0.8 75 20 : 11 ±14

mA

=

10 kll

±12

±14

V
150 5.0 5.0 150
~V IV

RS:S 10 kll

30 2.3 2.3 70

150 5.6 5.6 170

30 2.3 2.3 70

1+
1VOUT = 0

mA mA mW

The following specifications apply for 0 0 C Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Open-Loop Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage RS:S 10 kQ

<

TA

<

70 0 C (~A 1458 and ~A 1458C) -55 0 C :S T A :S 125 0 C (~A 1558) 7.5 0.3 0.8 12 0.4 1.0 15 k ± 13 15 ±9.0 ±13 15 25 k ± 10 ± 13 15 6.0 0.5 1.5 mV
~A

~A

VOUT = ± 10 V RL = 2.0 kQ RL = 2 kQ RS = 50 Il

15 k ±1O

VIV V
~V/oC

4-163

llA 1458 • llA 1558
Typical Performance Curves for p.A 1458, p.A 1458C and p.A 1558 Vcc+ = +15 V, VCC- = -15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted Open-Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Power Supply Voltages
120

Power Bandwidth (Large Signal Swing as a Function of Frequency)
2

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance

!g
Z

115

8
4

281Ittttl~~~~~
~24~-1-1-tiT~t---r-~-H~

110 105 100

;;:

~

" ~
!; .. o

9'
90 85

V

.-V

0 6
2
RL
=

1\

" " ~ 16 r---+--t-ft
!;
2 k

~ 20r--1-1-t~+tt~~~ri-HitH
5 12 r---t--,t---H

g ~ o

0

VOLTAGE FOLLOWER :::15 V SUPPLlES THO < 5%

:: ;5 80r-~--t---H
'\
100 k
LOAD RESISTANCE !l

40

80 30

60

90

12

15

18 V

21

o

1111
100

10

I I I II
10 10 k Hz FREQUENCY -

POWER SUPPLY VOL.TAGE -

Open-Loop Frequency Response
'-120

Power Dissipation as a Function of Power Supply Voltage
10 0

Output Noise as a Function of Source Resistance

·100

!8
z ;;:

t80 t60 140

~

~

0 0 0 0 0

Vo

~-

0-

L

V V

" " ~
w

g

;-20

'"
10 100 10k

~

~

-20

[\

0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 60
10
14

10

10 k

100 k 10M 10 M

18 V

22
SOURCE RESISTANCE 11

FREQUENCY -

Hz

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

Typical Applications High-Impedance, High-Gain Inverting Amplifier
v+
C2 820 pF
1%

Quadrature Oscillator
SINE OUTPUT

C3 820 pF 1%
01 02

+15 V

+15 V

R2

>-.........._~COSINE
R1
1%

OUTPUT

R

180 kll 1%

190 kll 1%

Note 1 f; 2... yC2R2C3R3
4-164

(R1C1 ; R2C2)

:r

C1 820 pF
1%

/-LA 1458 • /-LA 1558
Typical Applications (Cont.) Compressor IExpander Amplifiers
R
R2

01

10 kll
R5

R

03

1 kll

Rl

+15 V

R

02

COMPRESSOR ......lv..kl\ll,.....~ INPUT

>-----...... -<}-- ---<}-+-.......'VY-_-.....'"""4 > ___ EXPANDER 1/2
MA1558 -15 V R OUTPUT

COMPRESSOR OUTPUT

EXPANDER INPUT

R4 10 kll

+15 V

R3 10 kll

04
EXPANDER

COMPRESSOR

Notes MaxImum compression expansIon ratIo = R 11 R (10 kSl > R 2: 0) DIodes 01 through 04 are matched FD6666 or equIvalent

Analog Multiplier
+15

v
R13 1.5 kll 1%
AMPLIFIER R14 25.8 kW 1%

CURRENT SOURCE lN9638
R2

20 kll 1% Rl 20 kll 1%
R5

R12

12 k!l
1%

> __...

E~OUT

1/2 MA1558

-15 V

5 kll 1% -liN

R3 20 kll 1%

R4 15 kll 1%
R7 150 kll

Rl0 150 kll -15 V • Matched to O. 1% ZERO ADJUST

+15 V

EOUT

=

100 EINl x EIN2

4-165

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

~A3303 • ~A3403 Quad

Operational Amplifiers
l,
Linear Products

Description The !lA3303 and IlA3403 are Monolithic Quad Operational Amplifiers consisting of four independent high·gain, internally frequency·compensated operational amplifiers designed to operate from a single power supply or dual power supplies over a wide range of voltages. The common mode input range includes the negative supply, thereby eliminating the necessity for external biasing components in many applications. They are constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. • • • • • • • • INPUT COMMON MODE VOLTAGE RANGE INCLUDES GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY OUTPUT VOLTAGE CAN SWING TO GROUND OR NEGATIVE SUPPLY FOUR INTERNALLY COMPENSATED OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS IN A SINGLE PACKAGE WIDE POWER SUPPLY RANGE SINGLE SUPPLY OF 3.0 TO 36 V DUAL SUPPLY of ± 1.5 TO ± 18 V CLASS AB OUTPUT STAGE FOR MINIMAL CROSSOVER DISTORTION SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTED OUTPUTS HIGH OPEN LOOP GAIN 200 k 'fA741 OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER TYPE PERFORMANCE

Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
OUT A
~IN

OUT 0
~IN

A

0

+IN A

+IN 0
v~

v+
+IN B
~IN

OR GND

+IN C -IN C OUT C

B

OUT B

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package !lA3303 Molded DIP !lA3403 Ceramic DIP !lA3403 Molded DIP

Code 9A
6A

9A

Part No. !lA3303PC !lA3403DC !lA3403PC

Equivalent Circuit (1 14 of circuit shown)
OUTPUT

r-------------~--------~~--~--~----~------+_~----~---V+

INPUT

NONINVERTING _~f-----------++------,

10,12

3,5,

INVERTING

INPUT

2,6, 9.13

11 ~~~~------~--~--~--~--+---~----~--~~--~--~------~~----~~-V­
(GROUND)

4-166

ILA3303 • ILA3403
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Between V+ and VDifferential Input Voltage (Note 1) Input Voltage (V-) (Note 1) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) Operating Temperature Range /LA3303 /LA3403 Storage Temperature Range Molded Package Ceramic Package pfn Temperature (Soldering) Molded Package (10 s) Ceramic Package (60 s)

36 V ±30 V -0.3 V(V-) to V+ 670 mW -40°C to +85°C O°C to +70°C

-55°C to +125°C -65°C to +150°C 260°C 300°C

Notes 1. For supply Voltage less than 30 V between V+ and V-. the absolute maximum input voltage is equal to the supply voltage. 2. Rating applies to ambient temperature up to 70°C. derate linearly at 8.3 mW 1°C.

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Impedance

Vs = ± 15 V. TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted.
/L3303

Condition

Min

Typ 2.0 30 200

Max 8.0 75 -500

Unit mV nA nA MQ V dB V/mV kHz MHz
V//Ls /LS /LS

f = 20 Hz

0.3

1.0

Input Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Power Bandwidth Small Signal Bandwidth Slew Rate Rise Time Fall Time Overshoot Phase Margin Crossover Distortion at f = 10kHz Output Voltage Range RS

+12 to +12.5 -Vs to -VS

.:s

10 kQ

70 20

90 200 18 1.0 0.6 0.3 0.3 5.0 60 1.0

VOUT = ± 10 V. RL = 2 kQ AV = 1. RL = 2 kQ. VOUT = 20 V pk-pk Av= 1.RL= 10kQ.VOUT=50mV AV = 1. VIN = -10 V to + 10 V Av = 1. RL = 10 kQ. VOUT = 50 mV Av = 1. RL = 10 kQ, VOUT = 50 mV AV = 1, RL = 10 kQ, VOUT = 50 mV Av = 1, RL = 2 kQ, CL = 200 pF VIN = 30 mV pk-pk, VOUT = 2 V pk-pk RL = 10 kQ RL = 2 kQ f = 20 Hz Positive Negative

% Degree %

Individual Output Short Circuit Current (Note 3) Output Impedance Power Supply Rejection Ratio

± 12 ± 10 ± 10

12.5 12

V V

± 30
80 30 30 2.8

± 45
150 150 7.0 10

rnA Q /LV IV /LV IV rnA mA /LV 1°C

Power Supply Current VOUT = 0, RL = co The following specification apply for -55 ° C < TA < + 125 ° C Input Offset Voltage Storage Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Output Voltage Range RL = 2 kQ, VOUT = ± 10 V RL = 2 kQ 15

10 250 50

nA

pA/oC
-1000 nA V/mV V

± 10

4·167

JLA3303 • JLA3403
Electrical Characteristic Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Range (Note 4) Power Supply Current Channel Separation Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Impedance Input Common Mode Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Power Bandwidth Small Signal Bandwidth Slew Rate Rise Time Fall Time Overshoot Phase Margin Crossover Distortion at f = 10 kHz Output Voltage Range Individual Output Short Circuit Current Output Impedance Power Supply Rejection Ratio Power Supply Current Rs.:::s 10 krl VOUT = ± 10 V, RL = 2 krl Av = 1, RL = 2 krl, VOUT = 20 V pk-pk Av= 1,RL= 10krl, VOUT = 50 mV Av= 1,VIN=-10Vto+10V 1,RL= 10krl, VOUT = 50 mV Av = 1, RL = 10 krl, VOUT = 50 mV Av = 1, RL = 10 krl, VOUT = 50 mV Av = 1, RL = 2 krl, CL = 200 pF VIN = 30 mV pk-pk, VOUT = 2 V pk-pk RL = 10 krl RL = 2 krl (Note 3) f = 20 Hz Positive Negative VOUT = 0, RL =
00

Vs = +5.0 V, Vs- = Gnd, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted. /LA3303 Condition Min

Typ

Max 10 75 -500

Unit mV nA nA V/mV

RL = 2 krl

20

200 150

RL = 10 krl RL = 10 krl, 5.0 V .:::s Vs .:::s 30 V

3.5 (V+) -1.7 2.5 7.0 -120

/LV IV V pk-pk V pk-pk mA dB

f = 1 kHz to 20 kHz (Input Referenced) Vs = ± 15 V, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted /LA3403 Condition Min

Typ
2.0 30 -200

Max 8.0 50 -500

Unit mV nA nA Mrl V dB V/mV kHz MHz V I /LS /LS /Ls
%

f = 20 Hz

0.3 +13 to -Vs 70 20

1.0 +13.5 to -Vs 90 200 9.0 1.0 0.6 0.3 0.3 5.0 60 1.0

Av=

Degree
%

± 12 ±10 ± 10

± 13.5 ± 13 ±30 80 30 30 2.8 150 150 7.0 ±45

V V mA rl /LV/V /LV IV mA

4·168

~A3303 • ~A3403
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Range Output Voltage Range Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain Power Supply Rejection Ratio Output Voltage Range (Note 4) Power Supply Current Channel Separation f = 1 kHz to 20 kHz (Input Referenced)
4. Output will sWing to ground.

Vs =

± 15 V, -55°C
Condition

S TA

s

+125°C /LA3403 Min Typ Max 10 10 200 50 -800 Unit mV /LV 1°C nA pA/oC nA V/mV V

RL RL Vs

= 2 kfl, VOUT = ± = 2 kfl
Vs-

10 V

15

± 10

= +5.0 V,

= G, TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted.
/LA3403 Min Typ 2.0 30 -200 Max 10 50 -500 Unit mV nA nA V/mV /LV/V V pk-pk V pk-pk rnA dB

Condition

RL RL RL

= 2 kfl = 10 kfl = kfl, 5.0 V S
Vs S 30 V

20 3.5 (V+) -1.7

200 150

2.5 -120

7.0

Notes 3. Not to exceed maximum package power dissipation.

Typical Performance Curves Large Signal Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency

Sine Wave Response
Av '" 100

Output Voltage as a Function of Frequency
0

TA = 25°C

(

"
h

'I' /' If
l

5
Vs """ ±15 V RL = 10 kO

0
5

'\

IV IV U IV \
r...
-201·"0,ua-t'0;-ll''-:'~00l..lJL';-!;0:-tk..Ll'-;:'0~kl..J.J.';':;!;''~kJ..C,~.0 M
FREQUENCY Hz

o.

..-..;

,,-..

r.

NOTE Clas. AB output stage produces

dlstortlonles. sinew."e
50 "s/DIV

"r10 k
FREOUENCY 100 k Hz

10M

4·169

JLA3303 • JLA3403
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Output Swing as a Function of Supply Voltage
40

Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature

Input Bias Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
180

;f
I 30
w

~

t

=125°~_

400

J,

=

~'5~-

300

" ~

~ o
>

w 20

200

~
o
:J

10

IL
/

25 45 65
TEMPERATURE _ °C

r--.....,

"

100

/
00 2.0 4.0 60 80 10 12 14 16
V

18

20

o

-75 -55 -35 -15 50

85 105 125

15°0

20 40 60 80

10

12

14

16

18
V

20

V+ AND VPOWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES -

V t AND y._, POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES -

Typical Applications Multiple Feedback Bandpass Filter Wein Bridge Oscillator
50 kll
r-----~~~----_.---VOUT

~~~~--e-R~3
R1 C2 10 kll
VREF

-v+
R
R

1 2

C

fo '= center frequency BW = Bandwidth R in kfl

C

C '" I'F fo 0= BW

fo

= 2".RC

1

<

10

for fo 1 kHz R = 16 kfl C = 0.011'F

=

C1 = C2 =

"3
Use scaling factors," these expressions.

o

Comparator With Hysteresis
R2 HYSTERESIS

R1 = R2 = 1 } R8 = 90 2 - 1

If source impedance is high or varies, filter may be preceded with voltage follower buffer to stabilize filter parameters. Design example: given: 0 = 5, fo = 1 kHz Let R 1 = R2 = 10 kfl then R3 = 9(5)2 - 10 R3 = 215 kfl C =

VREF

-"""...,...,.----t Y,N ----------4

R1

VOHEffL VOUT VOUT I VOL VINL I V,NH
I
VREF

R1 VINL = R1 VINH = R1 H

3' =

5

+

R2 (VOL - VREF) (VOH - VREF) (VOH - VOL)

+

VREF

1.6 nF

R1

+ R2 + R2

+ VREF

=

R1 R1

4-170

~A3303 • ~A3403
Typical Applications (Cont.) High Impedance Differential Amplifier
RS
VI
R2
Vour
Rl

AC Coupled Inverting Amplifer
Rt
100 kll

Co

R2
R3

R4

100 kll V+ -I/V"I"'-~ Cl + 10"F

R

I

RS
V2
R7

AV AV VOUT = C(1

=Ri"

RI

= 10 (as shown)

+ a + b)(V2

- VI)

Voltage Reference
V+

As

R2

== R7 lor best CMRR
R2 10 kll

R6

Rl = R4 R2 = R5 Gain = R6 As ( 1 2Rl ) + R3 = C (1 + a + b)


VOUT

AC Coupled Non-Inverting Amplifier
Rl 100 kll

Rl 10 kll

R2 1 Mll

VOUT VOUT

=

Rl 1

Rl

+ R2

(V+ =""""2

as shown

)

="2 VCC

Ground Referencing a Differential Input Signal
Rl 1 Mll
Your

RS
100 kll

R2
VA 1 M!l

R3

Av

= 11

1 Mll

(as shown)

4·171

JLA3303 • JLA3403
Typical Applications (ConI.) Voltage Controlled Oscillator
0.05 ~F R1 100 k!! 51 k!! 10k!!
R2

OUTPUT 1

50 k!!

~
OUTPUT 2

10 kll

Function Generator
VAEF

=

2

1

TRIANGLE WAVE

v+

OUTPUT

R2

SQUARE WAVE

300 kll

OUTPUT

VREF

R

100 kll

' - - -......-VREF

Rl + R2 f = 4CRfR 1

if

R2Rl R3 = R2 + R 1

Pulse Generator
Rl 1N914

VOUT

R2

150 kn

R3

100 kll

R5

+

100 kll...J

o

11 n L.J L-

'W,de Control Voltage Range. OVDC ~ Vc ~ 2 (V+ - 1.5 VDC)

4·172

JLA3303 • JLA3403
Typical Applications (Cont.) Bi-Quad Filter
R

R

C

100 kll

VIN

--f ......_..JVv.,-~
BANDPASS OUTPUT
VREF VREF

Cl

c
R2

100 kll 100 kll

R3

VREF

Rl
R2

Cl

f---NOTCH OUTPUT

VREF

0=

fa"

BW

where

TBP = Center Frequency Gain TN =Bandpass Notch Gain
I '0 = 2.-RC

RI = OR
R1 R2 = TBP

R3 = TNR2 C1 = 10 C
Example' = 1000 Hz BW = 100 Hz

'0

TBP = 1 TN = I R = 160 kll RI = 1.6 Mil R2=1.6MU R3= 1.6 Mil C = 0.001 JlF

4·173

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

ILA4136 Quad Operational Amplifiers
Linear Products Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
-IN A,.. ---'_---, +IN A OUT A OUT B +IN B -IN B OUT D

Description The ~A4136 Monolithic Quad Operational Amplifiers consists of four independent high gain, internal frequency compensated operational amplifiers. The specifically designed low noise input transistors allow the ~A4136 to be used in low noise signal processing applications such as audio preamplifiers and signal conditioners. They are constructed using the Fairchild Planar Epitaxial process. The simplified output stage completely eliminates crossover distortion under any load conditions, has large source and sink capacity, and is short circuit protected. A novel current source stabilizes output parameters over a wide power supply voltage range. • • • • • UNITY GAIN BANDWIDTH 3 MHz CONTINUOUS SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION NO FREQUENCY COMPENSATION REQUIRED NO LATCH-UP LARGE COMMON MODE AND DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGES • ~A741 OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER TYPE PERFORMANCE • PARAMETER TRACKING OVER TEMPERATURE RANGE • GAIN AND PHASE MATCH BETWEEN AMPLIFIERS Equivalent Circuit (114 of circuit shown)

v+
OUTC +IN C -IN C

v-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ~A4136 Ceramic DIP ~A4136C Ceramic DIP ~A4136C Molded DIP

Code 6A 6A 9A

Part No.
~A4136DM

~A4136DC ~A4136PC

v,~------~~----------~--~~--------------~------~~--,
Rl
87 k

11

OS~----------+-~~=---------------+-~~~

+-_____-------['

all

R6 50

R8 100

3,4,10,12 OUTPUT

INVERTING INPUT NONINVERTING INPUT

R4 50 k

R9 68 k

R2 S k

R3 5 k

RS

50 k

~~--~--~----~------~--------------~----~------~----~--~
4-174

J.LA4136
Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage ±22 V I£A4136 I£A4136C ± 18 V Differential Input Voltage (Note 1) ±30 V Input Voltage (Note 1) ± 15 V Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) 670mW Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 3) Indefinite Operating Temperature Range -55°C to +125°C 1£A4136 I£A4136C O°C to +70°C Storage Temperature range Molded Package -55°C to +125°C Ceramic Package -65°C to +150°C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Power Consumption Transient Response (Unity Gain) Risetime Transient Response (Unity Gain) Overshoot Unity Gain Bandwidth Slew Rate (Unity Gain) Channel Separation (Open Loop) 100) (Gain VIN 20 mV, RL CL.::5 100 pF VIN 20 mV, RL CL.::5 100 pF RS.::5 10 kf! RS.::5 10 kf! 0.3 RL ~ 2 kf!, VOUT RL ~ 10 kf! RL ~ 2 kf! TA Pin Temperature Molded Package (10 s) Ceramic Package (60 s)

Notes 1. For supply voltage less than ± 15 V, the absolute maximum Input voltage IS equal to the supply voltage 2 Rating applies to ambient temperature up to 7D·e Above T A = 7D·e, derate linearly at 8 3 mW I·e 3 Short CircUit may be to ground, one amplifier only Ise = 45 rnA (TYPical)

= 25°C , Vs = + - 15 V unless otherwise specified
I£A4136 Min

Condition Rs.::5 10 kf!

Typ
0.5 5.0 40

Max 5.0 200 500

I£A4136C Typ Min 0.5 5.0 40 5.0 300 k ± 14 ±13 ±14 90 30 210 0.13

Max 6.0 200 500

Unit mV nA nA Mf! V V V dB

10 V

5.0 50 k 300 k ± 12 ± 14 ±10 ± 12 70 ± 13 ±14 90 30 210 150 340

0.3 20 k
"

±12 ± 10 ± 12 70

150 340

I£V IV mW I£S

= =

= 2 kf!, = 2 kf!,

0.13

5.0 3.0

5.0 3.0 1.0 105 105

%

MHz
VII's

RL F

~

2 kf!

1.5 105 105

=

= 10 kHz, RS = 1 kf! f = 10 kHz, RS = 1 kf!
RS.::5 10 kf!

dB dB

The following specifications apply for -55°C .::5 TA.::5 +125°C for I£A4136: O°C .::5 TA.::5 +70°C for I£A4136C. Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Output Voltage Swing Power Consumption RL ~ 2 kf!, VOUT RL ~ 2 kf! Vs ± 15 V 6.0 500 1500 7.5 300 800 15 k ± 10 180 240
4·175

mV nA nA

10 V

25 k ±12 300 400

= TA = High TA = Low

V 180 240 300 400 mW mW

~A4136
Typical Performance Curves Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature Common Mode Range as a Function of Supply Voltage
r--

,

..

!-Ys

1 J
i15


Vs =

Ls

v

1
I

80

i 6•

!<
i3
;

..
!

40

~

-

• • •
...... ---10 20 30

r--

• •

I-40 50
°C

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

10

70
SUPPLY VOLTAGE ±V

TEMPERATURE _ GC

TEMPERATURE _

Open Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency

,.• ,..1•
• • • • •

Open Loop Gain as a Function of Temperature
BOO

Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature
24
o Vs =


Ys

=1+ 15 V
~
z o ~

1+15

Y

III •
z

"'

600

~
w

"'I'\.

• •
t-It "" 21r.{J

3
'I'\. 'I'\. I'\.

z

I 220

.......

~400

"

g

~

4

~
"'
10 M 1 M

i
8
f5

t---.

r-- I--

200

... •

18

~
10 20 30 40 SO TEMPERATURE _ °C 80 70


10 20 30 40 SO TEMPERATURE _ °C 80 70

180

-2

10

100

1 k

10 k

100 k Hz

FREOUENCY -

Typical Output Voltage as a Function of Supply Voltage

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance
>
26

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency
t> I

• T, =12.J C I

4.


2

Ys '" ±15 v

V

I---'

/

" i co

32

TA = 25°C 3& Vs = ±1SV RL = 2 kn

2.

"
Z

~

!; o

~

• •
4

2

II

• / •,
SUPPLY VOLTAGE ±V

.

,.
LOAD RESISTANCE kn

,

.

. ." ... " .
0

... :> ... :>
~
0

.••
16 1•

1\

~

1'1

I'-1• 1••
FREQUENCY -

100

100 •
HI

1 M

4·176

JLA4136
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Quiesent Current as a Function of Supply Voltage
10 TA

Transient Response
8
4

Voltage Follower Large Signal Pulse Response
10 TA = 25°C
Ys

J

25°C

i

±15 V

1
I

8

0

~ 0:
B
0:

..-

~
I

-j .0%

w

16

i"

!ii

o "
2

~

2 8

"


0 12
SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

II

I

I
10% RISE TIME TA Vs AL CL
== 25~C == -15 V = 2 k!l = 100 pF

~

.~--

II

~

I

... ." ... -.
0 "

./

-4
-lI

if
l-

r025

, · • · • I I

I I

1\

-8 -10 10 20 TIME -~. 30

0

15

18

-025

050
~s

075

10

125

.0

:tv

TIME -

Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency

Input Noise Current as a Function of Frequency
100 1"""T-m-r-rr-n-,-r-rrT"""T-rrrr.,...,..,.,,,.....,

Channel Separation
140

I~
~100~+H-+~~+-~~-+H+~++~ I

~ 1 10~~-+~~+-~~-+H+~++~
I

'II
o
Z

,. jW-.J.
0


r-.~
10 •
Hz

I 10o

LIJ l•.l

Vs=±15V

~

~

~ 10

.
w

~

so

::: 80

o z
10 100

"

!l! •0 l!
20 0 10

,.
Hz

10.

100 k

10

10

100

1k Hz

10.

100 k

100

FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCY -

FREQUENCY -

"

100.

Total Harmonic Distortion as a Function of Output Voltage f 1 kHz

=

Distortion as a Function of Frequency VOUT = 1 Vrms
07

07

z
0

'"I

Ys = ±1S v RL ,. 2 k

06 rAv = 40 dB
OS
f -= 1 kHz Rs = 1 kU

'"I
0 0
Z

o.
OS

Ys=±30Y AIAA COMPENSATION

... !1!
Q

0:

~

~

o.

in o.
Ci

..
0
C J:
0:

"
:J ... 0 ...

iii 03
O. 01

I

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10 k

INPUT'--~--~r--4-~AA~~--------------~AA__------------------~------------JV~--------~~--OUTPUT

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1% Rl
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10 k
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390 k
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INP~~-!jHI-+~-""''v-----.JVI/'v----...,
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R2 30 k

Multiple Aperture Window Discriminator

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INPUT

OUTPUT TRIM R. SUCH THAT R' R3 -=-R2 2 R4

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7.5 k R4 R4

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.Hybrid Voliage Regulators Operational Amplifler~ Comparators

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FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

jlA710 High-Speed Differential Comparator
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package
v+

Description The J.lA 710 is a Differential Voltage Comparator intended for applications requiring high accuracy and fast response times. It is constructed on a single silicon chip using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. The device is useful as a variable threshold Schmitt trigger, a pulse-height discriminator, a voltage comparator in high-speed a / d converters, a memory sense amplifier or a high noise immunity line receiver. The output of the comparator is compatible with all integrated logic forms. • • • 5 mV MAXIMUM OFFSET VOLTAGE 1000 MINIMUM VOLTAGE GAIN 20 J.lV/oC MAXIMUM OFFSET VOLTAGE DRIFT

• 5 J.lA MAXIMUM OFFSET CURRENT
Pin 4 connected to case

v(Top View)

Absolute Maximum Ratings Positive Supply Voltage Negative Supply Voltage Peak Output Current Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package Molded DIP Storage Temperature Range Metal Package, Ceramic DIP Molded DIP Operating Temperature Range Military (J.lA710) Commercial (J.lA71OC) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal Package, Ceramic DIP (60 s) Molded DIP (10 s)

+14.0 V -7.0 V 10 rnA ±5.0 V ±7.0 V

Order Information Type Package J.lA710 Metal J.lA710C Metal Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

Code 5W 5W

Part No_ J.lA71OHM J.lA710HC

500 mW 670 mW -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C

NC

NC NC NC

GND
+IN

-IN

v+
NC OUT NC

300°C 260°C

NC

vNC

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J.lA710 Ceramic DIP J.lA710C Ceramic DIP J.lA710C Molded DIP

Code 6A 6A 9A

Part No_ IlA710DM J.lA71ODC IlA710PC

Notes 1 Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70°C Above 70°C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW / °C for metal package, 83 mW/oC for DIPs
5-3

p,A710
Equivalent Circuit
r--------------1~----~------~._---V+

R4 2.8 kD

R3 1.1 kD

05
R2 500 D

R1 500 D

02
6.2 V

OUTPUT NONINVERTING INPUT INVERTING INPUT

---+---------£

02
01
6.2 V

GROUND

R8 100 !l

R7

68 !l

~------------~-----v-

5-4

f,LA710
!LA710 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Sink Current Response Time (Note 3) < TA < +125°C The following specifications apply for -55°C RS ~ 200 Q Input Offset Voltage Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Differential Input Voltage Range Voltage Gain Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Output Sink Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current Power Consumption
~VIN 2: ~VIN 2: ~VIN 2:

TA = 25°C, V+ = 12.0 V, V- = -6.0 V unless otherwise specified. Condition (Note 2) RS
~

Min

Typ 0.6 0.75 13

Max 2.0 3.0 20

Unit mV !LA !LA
Q

200 Q

1250 5 mV, VOUT = 0 2.0

1700 200 2.5 40 3.0 3.5 2.7 0.25 1.8 5.0 15 27 10 10 3.0 7.0 25 75 45 mA ns mV !LV 1°C !LV 1°C !LA !LA

RS = 50 Q, TA = 25°C to TA = +125°C RA = 50 Q. TA = 25°Cto TA = -55°C

= +125°C = -55°C TA = 25°C to TA = +125°C TA = 25°C to TA -55°C TA = -55°C V- = -7.0V
TA TA Rs
~

nA/oC
nA/oC !LA V dB V

±5.0 80 ±5.0 1000 100

200 Q

5 mV, 0 5 mV

~

lOUT

~

5.0 mA

2.5 -1.0 0.5 1.0

3.2 -0.5 1.7 2.3 5.2 4.6 90

4.0 0

V V mA mA

TA TA

= +125°C, ~VIN 2: 5 mV, VOUT = 0 = -55°C, ~VIN 2: 5mV, VOUT = 0

VOUT ~ 0

9.0 7.0 150

mA mA mW

= GND, Inverting Input = +5 mV VOUT = GND, Inverting Input = + 10 mV
VOUT

Notes
2 The Input offset voltage and input offset current are specIfied for a logic threshold voltage as follows For 710, 1.8 V at -55'C, 1.4 V at +25'C, 10 V at +125'C. For 710C. 1.5 V at O'C, 14 V at +25'C, and 1.2 V at +70'C. 5·5 3. The response time specified IS for a 100 mV input step with 5 mV overdrive.

J,LA710
JLA710C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Voltage Gain Output Resistance Output Sink Current Response Time (Note 2) The following specifications apply for 0 ° C -< TA -< + 70 ° C Input Offset Voltage RS:5 200 Q Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Differential Input Voltage Range Voltage Gain Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Output Sink Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current Power Comsumption
Notes on preceding page
~V'N

TA

= 25°C, V+ = 12.0 V, V- = -6.0 V unless otherwise specified
Condition (Note 2) RA:5 200 Q Min Typ 1.6 1.8 16 1000
~V'N 2: 5 mV, VOUT

Max 5.0 5.0 25

Unit mV JLA JLA
Q

1500 200 2.5 40 6.5 5.0 20 7.5 mA ns mV

= 0

1.6

RS

= 50 Q, TA = O°C to TA = +70°C

JLV/oC
JLA

TA TA

= 25°C to TA = +70°C = 25°C to TA = O·C TA = O°C V = -7.0 V
RA:5 200 Q

15 24 25 ±5.0 70 ±5.0 800 98

50 100 40

nA/oC nA/oC
JLA V dB V

2: 5 mV, 0 :5 lOUT :5 5.0 mA

2.5 -1.0 0.5

3.2 -0.5 5.2 4.6 90

4.0 0 9.0 7.0 150

V V mA mA mA mW

~V'N 2: 5 mV
~VIN

2: 5 mV, VOUT

=0

VOUT:5 0

= GND, Inverting Input = +5 mV VOUT = GND, Inverting Input = + 10 mV
VOUT

Typical Performance Curves for JLA710

Voltage Transfer Characteristic
0

Voltage Gain as a Function of Ambient Temperature
1800

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltages
3000

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0

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50

60

100

140

13

14

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TEMPERATURE-OC

POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE-Y

5·6

JLA710
Typical Performance Curves for Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
50

~A710

(Cont.) Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Ambient Temperature
104

Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
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5

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1700

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0
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Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltages
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POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE-V

Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
50

Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Common Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Ambient Temperature
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20

30

50

60

70

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Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature
100

Output Sink Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature

Output Voltage Levels as a Function of Ambient Temperature
40
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30

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40

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Response Time for Various Input Overdrives
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5-9

FAIRCHIL.D
A Sehlumberger Company

J,tA711
Dual High-Speed Differential Comparator
Linear Products Connection Diagram 1O-Pln Metal Package.

Description The JLA711 is a Dual, Differential Voltage Comparator featuring high accuracy, fast response times, large input voltage range, low power consumption and compatibility with practically all integrated logic forms. When used as a sense amplifier, the threshold voltage can be adjusted over a wide range, almost independent of the integrated circuit characteristics. Independent strobing of each comparator channel is provided, and pulse stretching on the output is easily accomplished. Other applications of the dual comparator include a window discriminator in pulse height detectors and a double-ended limit detector for automatic Go I No-Go test equipment. The JLA711, which is similar to the JLA710 differential comparator, is constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. • FAST RESPONSE TIME-40 ns TYPICAL • 5 mV MAXIMUM OFFSET VOLTAGE • 10 JLA MAXIMUM OFFSET CURRENT • INDEPENDENT COMPARATOR STROBING Absolute Maximum Ratings Positive Supply Voltage Negative Supply Voltage Peak Output Current Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Strobe Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal DIP Operating Temperature Range Military (JLA711) Commercial (JLA711C) Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature Metal Package, Ceramic DIP Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) +14 V -7.0 V 50 rnA ±5.0 V ±7.0V o to +S.O V 500mW S70mW -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C -S5°C to +150°C

v+

v(Top View) Pin 5 connected to case

Order Information Type Package JLA 711 Metal JLA711C Metal Connection Diagram 14·Pin DIP
NC -IN A +INA

Code 5X 5X

Part No. JLA711HM JLA711HC

v+IN B

NC

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package JLA 711 Ceramic DIP JLA711C Ceramic DIP JLA711 C Molded DIP
Note. 1. Ratong applies to ambient temperatures up to 70·e. Above 70·e ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mW I·e for the metal package, 8.3 mW I·e for the DIP. 5·10

Code SA SA 9A

Part No. JLA711DM JLA711DC JLA711PC

JLA711
Equivalent Circuit
STROBEl STROBE 2

~----'-----------------~-----+-----9-----;----~~----------------~----~----V+
R4 4.3kll
R5

4.3kll

R15

4.3kll

R14 4.3kll

R2

R12

910ll

910ll

Rl 910ll

R13 910!!

INVERTING INPUT,

01

013

INVERTING INPUT2 NON-INVERTING INPUT2

NON-INVERTING INPUT,

R9

120!!

Rl0 12011

~----------------~~----------------------~---------------V-

5-11

p,A711
/LA711 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Voltage Gain Response Time (Note 2) Strobe Release Time Input Voltage Range Differential Input Voltage Range Output Resistance Output HIGH Voltage Loaded Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Strobed Output Level Output Sink Current Strobe Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current Power Consumption The following specifications apply for -55°C :S. TA:S. +125°C Input Offset Voltage (Note 3) Input Offset Current (Note 3) Input Bias Current Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Voltage Gain 500 5.0 Rs:S. 200 Q, VCM = 0 RS:S. 200 Q 4.5 6.0 20 150 mV mV /LA /LA /LV/oC VIN 2: 10 mV VIN 2: 10 mV, 10 VIN 2: 10 mV VSTROBE :S. 0.3 V VIN 2: 10 mV, VOUT 2: 0 VSTROBE V750 TA

= 25°C, V+ = 12 V, V- = -6.0 V unless otherwise specified
Condition Min
200 Q, VCM 200 Q

Typ
1.0 1.0 0.5 25 1500 40 12

Max
3.5 5.0 10.0 75

Unit
mV mV /LA /LA ns ns V V

= +1.4 V, Rs:S. = +1.4 V, Rs:S. VOUT = +1.4 V
VOUT VOUT

=0

= -7.0 V

±5.0 ±5.0 200 4.5 5.0 0 0 0.8 1.2 8.6 3.9 130 200 2.5

Q

V V V V mA mA mA mA mW

= 5 mA

2.5 -1.0 -1.0 0.5

3.5 -0.5

= 100 mV

VOUT = Ground,lnverting Input

= +5 mV VOUT = Ground, Inverting Input = +5 mV

Notes 2 The response time specified (see definitions) is for a 100 mV step mput with 5 mV overdrive. 3. The Input offset voltage is specified for a logic threshold as follows: 711. 1.8 V at -55°C. 1.4 V at +25°C. 1.0 V at +125°C711C: 15 Vat O°C. 1.4 V at +25°C. 1.2 V at +70°C

5·12

J.LA711
~A711C

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Voltage Gain Response Time (Note 2) Strobe Release Time Input Voltage Range

TA

= 25°C, V+ = 12 V, V- = -6.0 V unless otherwise specified
Condition Min Typ 1.0 1.0 0.5 25 700 1500 40 12 Vns ns V V 200 VIN 2::: 10 mV VIN 2::: 10 mV, 10 VIN 2::: 10 mV VSTROBE ::5 0.3 V VIN 2::: 10 mV, VOUT 2::: 0 VSTROBE 4.5 5.0 0 0 0.8 1.2 8.6 3.9 130 230 2.5 n V V V V rnA rnA rnA rnA mW Max 5.0 7.5 15 100 Unit mV mV
~A ~A

= +1.4 V, RS::5 200n, VCM = 0 VOUT = +1.4 V, Rs::5 200 n VOUT = +1.4 V
VOUT

= -7.0 V

±5.0 ±5.0

Differential Input Voltage Range Output Resistance Output HIGH Voltage Loaded Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Strobed Output Level Output Sink Current Strobe Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current Power Consumption The following specifications apply for O°C ::5 TA::5 +70°C Input Offset Voltage (Note 3) Input Offset Current (Note 3) Input Bias Current Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Voltage Gain Rs ::5 200 n, VCM Rs ::5 200 n

= 5 rnA

2.5 -1.0 -1.0 0.5

3.5 -0.5

= 100 mV

= + 10 mV VOUT Ground, Inverting Input = + 10 mV
VOUT Ground, Inverting Input

=0

6.0 10 25 150 5.0 500

mV mV
~A ~A
~V/oC

Notes 2. The response time specified (see definitions) is for a 100 mV step input with 5 mV overdrive. 3. The input offset voltage is specified for a logic threshold as follows; 711; 1.8Vat-55°C, 1.4Vat+25°C, 1.0Vat+125°C711C; 1.5 V at O°C, 1.4 V at +25°C, 1.2 V at +70°C 5·13

J.LA711
Typical Performance Curves

Voltage Transfer Characteristic /-LA 711
0
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Voltage Transfer Characteristic /-LA 711 C
50

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives
>
50 40 30
20
1

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80

1 100

120

Voltage Gain as a Function of Ambient Temperature
1700

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltages

Output Pulse Stretching With Capacitive Loading
T,

1600

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20

50

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12

13

14

200

TEMPERATURE-OC

TIME-ns

Common Mode Pulse Response

Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
50

Strobe Release Time for Various Input Overdrives
>
0

i ~
g
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30 20 10

1

1

1

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TEMPERATURE _

5-14

JLA711
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Power Consumption as a Function of Ambient Temperature
140

y- '" -60Y

L~'2L

130

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100 140

120

.

20

20

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5·15

it

FAIRCHILI:J
A Schlumberger Company

Il A734 Precision Voltage Comparator
Linear Products Connection Diagram 1o-Pln Metal Package
+IN

Description The JA.A734 is a Pre'cision Voltage Comparator constructed on a single silicon chip using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. It is specifically designed for high accuracy level sensing and measuring applications. The JA.A734 is extremely useful for analog-to-digital converters with 12-bit accuracies and one mega-bit conversion rates. Maximum resolution is obtained by high gain, low input offset current, and low ,input offset voltage. Its superior temperature stability can be improved by offset nulling which further reduces offset voltage drift. Balanced or unbalanced supply operation and standard TTL logic cornpatibility enhance the JA.A734 versatility. • • • • • • • CONSTANT INPUT IMPEDANCE OVER DIFFERENTIAL INPUT RANGE HIGH INPUT IMPEDANCE-55 MU LOW DRIFT-3_5 JA.VI"C HIGH GAIN-60 k BALANCED OFFSET NULL CAPABILITY WIDE SUPPLY VOLTAGE RANGE- ±5 V to ± 18 V TTL COMPATIBLE

Ne
OFFSET

PULL-UP RESISTOR
OUT

NULL

v(Top View)

Order Information Type Package JA.A734 Metal JA.A734C Metal Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

Code 5N 5N

Part No. JA.A734HM JA.A734HC

TA 2SoC unless specified otherwise Supply Voltage ± 18 V lOrnA Peak Output Current Differential Input Voltage ± 10 V Input Voltage Range (Note 1) ± 13 V Voltage Between Offset Null and V±O.S V Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) Metal Package SOOmW Ceramic DIP 670mW Operating Temperature Range -SSoC to +12SoC Military (JA.A734) Commercial (JA.A734C) O°C to +70°C Storage Temperature Range -6SoC to +150°C Metal Can, DIP Pin Temperature (Soldering, 60 s Max) 300°C Absolute Maximum Ratings

=

Ne Ne
v+

PULL-UP RESISTOR
OUT

GND

Ne
+IN

vOFFSET

NULL

Ne
-IN

Ne
OFFSET NULL

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package JA.A734 Ceramic DIP JA.A734C Ceramic DIP

Code SA SA

Part No. JA.A734DM JA.A734DC

Notes
1. Ratmg apploes for ± 15 V supplies, For other supply voltages the rating IS within 2 V of either supply, 2 Rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70·C, Above 70·C ambient derate linearly at 6 3 mW I·C for metal package. S 3 mW/·C for DIP,

5·16

Il A734
Equivalent Circuit

09~ ,....
R5 2.4 k R6 6.0 k R3 3.5 k R4 3.5 k

R7 200

RS 400

07

,...,

'-.J
R1 3.5 k

a/ .........
05

~010
OS R10 740 R2 3.5 k R11 2.7 k

,.-R9 10 k

PULL-UP

r

011

OUT

(-)

01

"
r
02

r-... "

012

06

'f'"
04 03 ..........

....

GND

/1

..&

R12 19 k

(+)

R13 52

'-l
,...,017 R1B 3.6 k R19 2.0 k
OFFSET NULL

~
,..., 016 R17 110 R16

'-.J
,..., 015 R15 3.6 k

'-.J
,...,014 R14 110

'-.I
013(

1

2.0 k

vOFFSET NULL

5-17

J.LA734
IlA734C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Positive Supply Current Output LOW Negative Supply Current Output LOW Power Consumption-Output LOW Transient Response RL = 1.5 kQ to +5.0 V 5 mV Overdrive, 100 mV Pulse RL = 1.5 kQ to +5.0 V 35 k 7.0 TA = 25°C, Pin 8 tied to +15 V, unless otherwise specified, V± (Note 3) Condition Rs::::; 50 kQ Min ± 15V. Unit mV nA nA MQ pF mV V/V 5.0 2.0 105 mA mA mW ns

Typ
1.1 3.5 30 55 3.0 8.5 60 k 4.0 1.5 82 200

Max 5.0 25 100

The following specifications apply for O°C ::::; TA ::::; +70°C Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Input Offset Voltage Drift Without External Trim Average Input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Input Common Mode Voltage Range Differential Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio VS= ±5Vto ±18V Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Positive Supply Current Output LOW Negative Supply Current Output LOW Power Dissipation-Output LOW Rs::::; 50 kQ RS::::; 50 kQ lOUT = 0.080 mA lOUT = 0.080 mA, Va = +5.0 V ISINK = 3.2 mA 7.0 2.4 5.0 0.4 7.0 2.5 145 RL = 1.5 kQ to +5.0 V 25 k ± 10 ±10 70 100 6.0 100 RS::::; 50 Q TA = +25°C to +70°C TA = +25°C to O°C RS::::; 50 kQ 1.2 4.0 3.5 0.02 0.05 7.5 45 20 0.3 0.75 150 mV nA IlV 1°C

nA/oC
nA/oC nA VIV V V dB IlV/V V V V mA mA mW

Note 3. Pin numbers refer to metal package.

5·18

IlA734
/lA734 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Resistance Input Capacitance Offset Voltage Adjustment Range Large Signal Voltage Gain Positive Supply Current Output LOW Negative Supply Current Output LOW Power Consumption-Output LOW Transient Response RL = 1.5 kfl to +5.0 V 5 mV Overdrive, 100 mV Pulse RL = 1.5 kfl to +5.0 V 35 k 20 TA = 25°C, Pin 8 tied to +15 V, unless otherwise specified, V± = ± 15 V. (Note 3) Condition Rs ::; 50 kfl Min Typ 0.9 1.5 28 60 3.0 8.5 70 k 4.0 1.5 82 200 5.0 2.0 105 Max 3.0 10 50 Unit mV nA nA Mfl pF mV VIV mA mA mW ns

The following specifications apply for -55 ° C ::; TA ::; + 125 ° C Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Average Input Offset Voltage Drift Without External Trim Average Input Offset Current Drift Input Bias Current Large Signal Voltage Gain Input Common Mode Voltage Range Differential Input Voltage Range Common Mode Rejection Ratio Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Vs = ±5 V to ± 18 V Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Positive Supply Current Output LOW Negative Supply Current Output LOW Power Dissipation-Output LOW RS ::; 50 kfl Rs ::; 50 kfl lOUT =0.080 mA lOUT = 0.080 mA, Va = +5.0 V ISINK = 3.2 mA 7.0 2.4 RL = 1.5 kfl to +5.0 V 25 k ±10 ±10 70 100 5.0 100 5.0 0.4 7.0 2.5 145 RS ::; 50 kfl TA = +25°C to +125°C TA = +25°C to -55°C RS ::; 50 kfl 1.1 3.0 2.5 0.01 0.05 4.0 20 15 0.1 0.4 150 mV nA
/lV/oC

nA/oC nA/oC nA VIV V V dB /lV/V V V V mA mA mW

Note 3. Pin numbers refer to metal package.

5·19

J.LA734
Typical Performance Curves For ILA734 and ILA734C Input Offset Voltage Change vs. Ambient Temperature Nulled to Zero at 25°C
~500r-'--r-'--r--r~--r-'--r-'
Vs =
:!::

Transfer Characteristics
80
Vs

Un-Nulled Input Offset Voltage vs. Ambient Temperature
=0
:!::15V

PINSTIEDTO +15V
RL"" 15knTIEDTO +5V

15V

>

18
16

> 6.0

E

~ 4.0 g
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100 200 300 400

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140

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AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

INPUT VOLTAGE - JAV

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

Input Bias Current vs. Ambient Temperature
60

Input Bias Current vs. Differential Input Voltage
45
40

Input Offset Current vs. Ambient Temperature
12

±L,'vsJ ±lL
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--:-60

10 -60

o
- 60

- 20

20

60

100

100

140

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

Output High Voltage vs. Supply Voltage and Ambient Temperature
> 820
~

Output Low Voltage vs. Supply Voltage and Ambient Temperature
350

Output Voltage Low vs. Sink Current

.,

PIN8T1EOTOV+ lo=80J1A

0
4.40

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w

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100

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140

22' -60

-20

100

140

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE - "C

SINK CURRENT - rnA

5-20

/lA734
Typical Performance Curves for
~A734

and

~A734C

(Cont.) Positive and Negative Supply Currents vs. Ambient Temperature
55

Voltage Gain vs. Ambient Temperature
120k
Vs == ±15V

Voltage Gain vs. Supply Voltage
70 k
TA=2S"C RL = 15kflTIEDTO +5V

I

RL == 1S!1TIEDTO +5V

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f--

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-60

50 k

- 20

20

60

±s

±7

±9

13

±

15

III I Is I 1 J J 20
60

100

140

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -"C

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

v

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _ °C

Response Time For Various Input Overdrives
> I

Response Time For Various Input Overdrives
> I
w
6
PIN80PEN RL = 15knTlEDTO +5V TA "" 25"C +15V V

Input Offset Voltage Drift vs. Time

" ~

w

6

1 1

~~N!?~~~TIIED~O ~15!V
TA=25°C
Vs=+15V

,

.
~

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TIME - ns

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80
160 240 320 400

/ z " :z: '" 'If

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0

200

400
TIME -

600
HOURS

800

1000

TIME - ns

Response Time For Various Input Overdrives
>

Response Time For Various Input Overdrives
> I
8 T1 Vr

Stabilization Time of Input Offset Voltage From Power Turn-On

.
o
>

o

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>
=>
~

w

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8

pIN8~IE~TO'+1~V '
RL = 10kTIEDTO +15V TA = 25°C Vs"=±15V

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-100
80
160 240 320 400

0;,~ 100

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~ 50

"

TIME- ns

"

~

0
80 160 240 320 400

" ~ -20 :z: " -25

~ -15 w

Vs = :!:1SV Rs=SO[! -

",0 = ,14\
s

IN!TlA~OF~SET ~OL1AGEI < 1 iV
40
80

120

160

TlME-ns

TIME FROM POWER APPLICATION -

5-21

f.tA734
Typical Performance Curves for ILA734 and ILA734C (Cont.)

Response Time For Various Input Overdrives
0 10 my 0

Response Time For Various Input Overdrives
> I ~ 60

H.J

II

I

1'r-2 mV
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~ ~ -5

~/
1-

0 0
PIN8T1EDTO +1SV RL::; 15k(lTlEDTO +5V TA == 2S Q C Vs = :t15V

" 100 " ':;

~~ : ~55o~n TIED TO + 5 V _
VSI"

~-10 0

!;

50
0
80

"

60

160 TIME -

240
ns

320

400

"

~

1

15 IV

I

I

I

I
160 240

I I
320 400

TIME- ns

Thermal Response of Input Offset Voltage To Step Change of Case Temperature
300

Common Mode Rejection Ratio vs. Ambient Temperature
11 0

> I
w

h- -;,te
I

~

o
Z

~ I

Vs= :t15V VIN = ± tOVRis == 100 kll

!;

~ 200

~
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j:: 100

~ o

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...-I -

-..

/

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Vs= ±15V

0

~ 100

" "
w

/
20 40

Rs = SOn
Vo = 14 V

-

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'NllTIAiOFrETIVOliAGi < 1rV
60 60
SECONDS

I

I

'" c o 'o " z
w

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C-20 20
60
100 140
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -

60

''"" 8
7o

-60

TIME FROM HEAT APPLICATION -

gc

Test Circuits Offset Null Circuit

v+

v5-22

JlA734
AC Test Circuit
SCOPE VERTICAL
"A"

Typical Applications (Cont.) Level Detector With Hysteresis
115 V
V+

INPUT

Rs
Y,N -""VI,,.,,.---t

50 fl

~-...~VOUT

VR1
R2

VOUT

-15 V 5011
150 k!l 7V

r---~~----~--~VVV----4JrS1~+15V

~VHYS [[
__

Vo (MAX)

0.2 V

i
VREF

Vo (MIN)

Typical Applications Strobe Circuitry

RS

=

R1 R2 R 1 + R2 FOR MINIMUM OFFSET

VHYS
V+

=

R1 [VO MAX - Vo MINI R1 + R2

10
>,~..--------- VOUT

High Power Output Circuits
V+

.---.""'- STRO BE

2 kll

RL
VOUT

Alternate Strobe Circuitry
V+

>~..-------- VOUT

STROBE 1 STROBE 2

V-

• y, 9944

5·23

J.LA734
Typical Applications (Cont.) Precision Dual Limit Go No Go Tester Free Running Oscillator
+15 V

1 kfl 20 kll

VIN-_--I

>"'-------_.VAEF'

VOUT

+15 V

V-

V-

OUTPUT

c
VREF2

-15 V
V-

-=2 kfl' 18 kfl 68 kfl 30 kll

Voltage Controlled Oscillator

+15 V

c ~ 80 x 10-61
'AdJusls

VAEF < 0 V,N > 0
VOUT 1 OV

V-

10 I,

12

VAEF

r5JS!SJ

7.0V-W-,nr
0.2

v ______ ~

~

ov

-.lllf
10 11

I.12

5-24

IlA734
Typical Applications (Cant.) Frequency Divider and Staircase Generator Pulse Width Discriminator

C C2
STAIRCASE OUTPUT

Your

R
Vour

v,

v-

v-

v-

l[
VOUT Pulse Appears

7.0V

-- 0.2 V

IVREF I= 2VO + N [3.5T + 2VO T in Seconds Vo for FJT 1000
~

C1C~IN ]

Whenever T

>

R C V2 V1

031 V

Phase Meter

VOUT

v,~
20 k!l
10 It

V2~
VOUT

V2~
VOUT _ _ __

21l'VAVG VOUT, PEAK
-1l'

VAVG~
'" > 0

VAVG------r-:b
'" >

0

5-25

F=AIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JlA760 High-Speed Differential Comparator
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin Metal Package

Description The IlA760 is a Differential Voltage Comparator offering considerable speed improvement over the IlA 710 family and operation from symmelric supplies of from ± 4.5 V to ± 6.5 V. The IlA760 can be used in high-speed analog-Io-digital conversion systems and as a zero crossing detector in disc file and tape amplifiers. The IlA760 output features balanced rise and fall times for minimum skew and close matching between the complementary outputs. The outputs are TTL compatible with a minimum sink capability of two gate loads. • • • • • GUARANTEED HIGH SPEED-25 ns MAX GUARANTEED DELAY MATCHING ON BOTH OUTPUTS COMPLEMENTARY TTL COMPATIBLE OUTPUTS HIGH SENSITIVITY STANDARD SUPPLY VOLTAGES

v+

IP2

v(Top View) PIO 4 connected to case

Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
NC NC NC IP 2 IP 1

Order Information Type Package IlA760 Metal IlA760C Metal Connection Diagram 8-Pin DIP
NC

Code 5W 5W

Part No_ IlA760HM IlA760HC

IP 2 IP 1

vNC

0
2
3

8

v'
7
OP 1

6
OP 2

4

5 GND

V(Top View) (TOp View)

Order Information Type Package IlA760 Ceramic DIP IlA760C Ceramic DIP

Code 6A 6A

Part No_ IlA760DM IlA7 60DC

Order Information Type Package IlA760 Ceramic DIP IlA760C Ceramic DIP

Code 6T 6T

Part No_ IlA760RM IlA760RC

5-26

p,A760
Absolute Maximum Ratings Positive Supply Voltage Negative Supply Voltage Peak Output Current Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Metal Package DIP Equivalent Circuit
r-~----'-----~----~------------------~----~--------~~--~----------'-- v'

+8V -8V 10 mA ±5V V+ ~ VIN 500mW 670mW

~

V-

Operating Temperature Range Military (~A760) Commercial (~A760C) Storage Temperature Range Metal and Ceramic DIP Molded DIP Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal and Ceramic DIP (60 s) Molded DIP

-55°C to 125°C O°C to 70°C -65°C to 150°C -55°C to 125°C

OUTPUT 1

INPUT 1

GROUND

INPUT 2 OUTPUT 2

R3 350n

RS 350 11

R7

350

n

R8 100

n

R12 300n

R13 4 kn

R14

3500

Note 1. Ratings applies to ambIent temperatures up to 70 oe. Above 70 0 e ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mWfoe for metal package and 8.3 mW foe for the ceramIc DIP. For molded DIP, derate at 6.7 mWfoe above 30 0 e ambient temperature.
5-27

JLA760
~A760

Electrical Characteristics Characteristic
Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current

Vs = ±4.5 V to ±6.5 V, TA otherwise specified.

= -55°C to +125°C, TA = 25°C for typical figures unless
Min

Condition
Rs.:o; 200

Typ
1.0 0.5 8.0

Max
6.0 7.5 60 30 25

Unit
mV
~A ~A

n

Output Resistance (either output) Response Time Response Time Difference between Outputs (tpd of +VIN1) - (tpd of -VIN2) (tpd of +VIN2) - (tpd of -VIN1) (tpd of +VIN1) - (tpd of +VIN2) (tpd of -VIN1) - (tpd of -VIN2) Input Resistance Input Capacitance Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Voltage Range Differential Input Voltage Range Output HIGH Voltage (either output) Output LOW Voltage (either output) Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current

VOUT

= VOH = 25°C = 25°C

100 18 16

n
ns ns ns

(Note 2), TA (Note 3), TA (Note 4)

(Note (Note (Note (Note f f

2), 2), 2), 2),

TA TA TA TA

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C
12 8.0 3.0 2.0 7.0 ±4.0 ±4.5 ±5.0

5.0 5.0 7.5 7.5

ns ns ns ns

= 1 MHz = 1 MHz RS = 50 n, TA = -55°C to TA = +125°C TA = 25°C to TA = +125°C TA = 25°C to TA = -55°C Vs = ±6.5 V

kn
pF
~V/oC

nA/oC nA/oC
V V V V 0.4 32 16 V rnA rnA

o .:0; lOUT .:0; 5.0 rnA Vs = ±5.0 V lOUT = 80 ~A, Vs = ±4.5 V ISINK = 3.2 rnA Vs = ±6.5 V Vs = ±6.5 V

2.4 2.4

3.2 3.0 0.25 18 9.0

Notes 2. Response time measured from the 50% pOint of a 30 mVp·p 10 MHz sinusoidal input to the 50% pOint of the output 3. Response time measured from the 50% pOint of a 2 Vpk-pk 10 MHz sinusoidal Input to the 50% pOint of the output
5-28

4. Response time measured from the start of a 100 mV Input step with 5 mV overdrive to the time when the output crosses the logic threshold.

J,tA760
IlA760C Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Output Resistance (either output) Response Time Response Time Difference between Outputs (tpd of +V,N1) - (tpd of -V,N2) (tpd of +V,N2) - (tpd of -V,N1) (tpd of +V,N1) - (tpd of +V,N2) (tpd of -V,N1) - (tpd of -V,N2) Input Resistance Input Capacitance Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Voltage Average Temperature Coefficient of Input Offset Current Input Voltage Range Differential Input Voltage Range Output HIGH Voltage (either output) Output LOW Voltage (either output) Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current VOUT Vs = ±4.5 V to 6.5 V, TA = O°C to 70°C, TA = 25°C for typical figures unless otherwise specified. Condition Rs:::; 200 fl

Min

Typ 1.0 0.5 8.0

Max
6.0 7.5 60 30 25

Unit
mV IlA IlA fl ns ns ns

= VOH

100 18 16

(Note 2), TA = 25°C (Note 3), T A = 25°C (Note 4)

(Note (Note (Note (Note f

2), 2), 2), 2),

TA TA TA TA

= 25°C = 25°C = 25°C = 25°C
12 8.0 3.0 5.0 10 ±4.0 ±4.5 ±5.0

5.0 5.0 10 10

ns ns ns ns kfl pF IlV 1°C

= 1 MHz f = 1 MHz
RS

= 50 fl, TA = O°C to TA = +70°C TA = 25°C to TA = +70°C TA = 25°C to TA = O°C Vs = ±6.5 V

nA/oC nA/oC
V

o :::; 'OUT:::; 5.0 rnA Vs = ±5.0 V lOUT = 80 IlA, Vs = ISINK = 3.2 rnA Vs = ±6.5 V
Vs = ±6.5 V

±4.5 V

2.4 2.5

3.2 3.0 0.25 18 9.0 0.4 34 16

V V V rnA rnA

Notes 2. Response time measured from the 50% point of a 30 mVp·p 10 MHz sonusoldal onput to the 50% point of the output. 3 Response time measured from the 50% point of a 2 Vpk.pk 10 MHz sinusoidal input to the 50% point of the output.

4. Response time measured from the start of a 100 mV input step with 5 mV overdrive to the time when the output crosses the logic threshold.

5·29

JlA760
Typical Performance Curves Response Time as a Function of Input Voltage
40

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives
>
I w
TA=

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives
>
25°C~

v~ ~ ±51V

" ~
>
~ ~

0

2OmV--.,
10

~
0

mv-" 'fIj-

o.ff#

" ~
~
~

w

I

:-- 5mV

20 mV

,..,

TA=25°C-

V;~±5~

V;~;5VI

I

I

I

TI
30

10 MHz SINE WAVE INPUTS = 25 C
Q

~2iv
~5mv

2~V

~
0 "
~

I

" >
E
100

~

10 mY

'~

;

;::
w

I ~

> E

I

~
~ ~ il
~

~

100

50

~
~

11 ~

z '"
20

2

~ I
I I I
IPd-

-10

" ;:;
10 15 20
30 3S 10 15 20 25
3Q

~ ...

50

I
10

35

12

TIME - ns

TIME -

ns

INPUT VOLTAGE -

mVpk-pk

Response Time as a Function of Input Voltage
30

Voltage Transfer Characteristic
I

Voltage Transfer Characteristic
Vs-±5V

v~~±;vl II
Q

1>
Vs-±65V I--+-+--+-t-v' ., ............ ..

10 MHz SINE WAVE INPUTS TA""25 C
1

.
;::

2.

::--..,
...........
tpd+

w w

!l!

Ip, 10

~

100 200

!

i

>

" ~

w

I

g

" ~
~

w

I

§
500 1000 2000
mVpk-pk

5

Ii'

o "
........

~

-~

-

o

10

20

50

INPUT VOLTAGE -

INPUT VOLTAGE -

mV

INPUT VOLTAGE -

mY

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage
9,000

Voltage Gain as a Function of Ambient Temperature
TA'" 25°C Vs=±5V 4,000

Input Bias Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
12
Vs~±65V

8,000

>

7,000

;0

I 6,000

,/"

>

---

l - i'-..

;0

z

~
~

5,000

~ 4,000
3,000 2,000

/~

/'

V

""

~

,. "

"-

t'-..

~ 3,000 w

"-

iii cr

~

t'-..
I'"
.......
....... t--,

/

/
±5Q

" ~
~

I'...

0 "

cr

=
~ il
~

~

.......

2,000

o
±45

±55

±60
V

±65

60

2.

6.

100

140

-60

-20

20

60
0

100
C

140

SUPPLY VOLTAGE -

TEMPERATURE _ °C

TEMPERATURE _

5-30

J,LA760
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.) Input Offset Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature Response Time as a Function of Ambient Temperature
30
Vs""±6~V

,.

Output Voltage Levels as a Function of Ambient Temperature

\

v;~±~.• vITO,I..J
YIN

"1
I

08

\.
'\
......
......... .....,

=30 mY k-pk, f = 10 MHz -

I

Vs=±5Y

25

vo~ @ iOUT ~ ••lmA
> I

!za: W

i .2
-2.
2.

o

~

a

.6
04

-=

so
e

!--- -tpd+
fpd-

.- ......>-- .-

~ g

I
20

I- I-- ~OQICtHIf

~e
so
100

100
C

140

• -so

-20

so

100
0

140

• -so

VOL@ 'SINK ~ 32 mA

-20 AMBIENT

20

14.

TEMPERATURE _

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _

C

TEMPERA~RE

_ °C

Rise Time as a Function of Capacitive Load
30 Ys=±5V TA=25"C 25

Fall Time as a Function of Capacitive Load

Input Bias Current as a Function of Differential Input Voltage
16
TA = 25°C

IW

30

YS=±5Y:i

14

25

20
W

I I
~

/ / / l/

20

;::

,. ,.

v

/'~

--rso

Ys=±l5Y TA = 25°C

>--

15

~

,.
~

!I!

W

a:

,.

,.

10

K

V

I"'-- r-...
20

.........

~

50

100

200

50

100

20D

40

---so

t100

CAPACITIVE LOAD - pF

CAPACITIYE LOAD - pF

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE - mV

Common Mode Range as a Function of Supply Voltage

~~4'-:.C-L-""±'~0c-L--±.~.-.L-""±6"" .• C-.L-~±6 •
SUPPLY VOLTAGE V

5·31

j.LA760
Typical Applications Fast Positive Peak Detector
INPUT

Line Receiver With High Common Mode Range
Rs
-.AJ\f>r~WI,-----1o--i

OUTPUT

INPUT

-"VItv---------,r-:-l

OUTPUT

Common mode range

=

RS ± 4 x 50 V

RS Differential Input sensitivity = 5 x 50 mV

Level Detector with Hysteresis
100kn

PI must be adjusted for optimum common mode reJection. For RS = 200 n Common mode range = ± 16 V Sensitivity = 20 mV

OUTPUTj:

,-''Mr-1-'"'' .,~----1r--OUTPUT

I

o

High-Speed 3-Bit AID Converter
MSB

Zero Crossing Detector
v+
5 k11

FD666

INPUT -.,....-..., ""'oc---I>I-,---I!-~--1R ~~--- OUTPUT

.,,-c-_.,-_ OUTPUT
son

0.75 Y

R3 100 n

1.25 V 100

R' n

Total Delay = 30 ns Input frequency = 300 Hz to 3 MHz Minimum input voltage = 20 mVpk-pk

1.75 V

100 0

R'

2.25 V

R6 100 0

2.75 V
R7 100 0

soo

R8 3500

+.v
Input voltage range: 3.5 V TYPical conversion speed: 30 ns

Pin numbers shown are for Metal Package only. 5-32

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

~A 111

• ~A311 Voltage Comparators
Linear Products

DESCRIPTION The J.LA 111 and J.LA311 are monolithic, low input current Voltage Comparators, each constructed using the Fairchild Planar epitaxial process. The J.LA 111 series operates from the single 5 V integrated circuit logic supply to the standard ± 15 V operational amplifier supplies. The J.LA 111 series is intended for a wide range of applications including driving lamps or relays and switching voltages up to 50 V at currents as high as 50 mAo The output stage is compatible with RTL, DTL, TTL and MOS logic. The input stage current can be raised to increase input slew rate. • • • • • • LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENT 150 nA MAX (111), 250 nA MAX (311) LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT 20 nA MAX (111),50 nA MAX (311) DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE ±30 V POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE SINGLE 5.0 V SUPPLY TO ± 15 V OFFSET VOLTAGE NULL CAPABILITY STROBE CAPABILITY

Connection Diagram B-Pin Metal Package
v+

+IN

BALANCE! STROBE

v(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J.LA111 Metal J.LA311 Metal Connection Diagram B-Pin Mini DIP

Code 5W 5W

Part No. • J.LA 111HM J.LA311HC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Voltage Between V+ and VTerminals Output to V- (J.LA 111) (J.LA311 ) Ground to VDifferential Input Voltage Input Voltage (Note 1) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 2) Output Short,Circuit Duration Storage Temperature Range Metal and Ceramic DIP Molded DIP Operating Temperature Range Military (J.LA 111) Commercial (J.LA311) Pin Temperature (Soldering) Metal and Ceramic (60 s) Molded (10 s)

36 V 50 V 40 V 30 V ±30 V ± 15 V 500mW 10 s -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C

8

GND
+IN -IN

v+
OUT BALANCE! STROBE BALANCE

v-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J.LA 111 Ceramic DIP J.LA311 Ceramic DIP J.LA311 Molded DIP

Code 6T 6T 9T

Part No. J.LA111RM J.LA311RC J.LA311TC

Notes 1 ThIs rating applies for ± 15 V supplies. The positive input voltage limit IS 30 V above the negatIve supply. The negatIve IOput voltage limit IS equal to the negative supply voltage or 30 V below the positive supply. whichever is less. 2. RatIng applies to ambient temperatures up to 70'C. Above 70'C ambient derate linearly at 6.3 mV! 'c to Metal Package. 8.3 mW! 'c for mini DIP. 5-33

~A 111
Equivalent Circuit
BALANCE

• ~A311

r---~--~~'---~---+----~----~-------;~-;~----------------~-----V+
R9 500 !!

:J-+---_OUTPUT

R11 130 !l Q15 R12 600 {l

R13 4 n

'----t----+-GROUND

JLA111 Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Offset Voltage (Note 4) Input Offset Current (Note 4) Input Bias Current Voltage Gain Response Time (Note 5) Saturation Voltage Strobe On Current Output Leakage Current Input Offset Voltage (Note 4) Input Offset Current (Note 4) Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Saturation Voltage Output Leakage Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current

Vs = ± 15 V, TA = -55°C to +125°C unless otherwise specified. (Note 3) Condition TA = 25°C, RS TA = 25°C TA = 25°C TA=25°C TA = 25°C VIN ~ -5 mY, lOUT = 50 mA TA=25°C TA = 25°C VIN ~ 5 mY, VOUT = 35 V TA = 25°C RS
~

Min
~

Typ 0.7 4.0 60 200 200 0.75 3.0 0.2

Max 3.0 10 100

Unit mV nA nA V/mV ns

50 kQ

1.5

V mA

10 4.0 20 150

nA mV nA nA V

50 kQ

±14 V+ ~ 4.5 V, V- = 0 VIN ~ -6 mY, ISINK ~ 8 mA VIN ~ 5 mY, VOUT = 35 V TA = 25°C TA = 25°C 0.23 0.1 5.1 4.1 0.4 0.5 6.0 5.0

V JLA mA mA

Notes on following pages.
5-34

JlA 111 • JlA311
IlA311 Electrical Characteristics Characteric Input Offset Voltage (Note 4) Input Offset Current (Note 4) Input Bias Current Voltage Gain Response Time (Note 5) Saturation Voltage Strobe On Current Output Leakage Current Input Offset Voltage (Note 4) Input Offset Current (Note 4) Input Bias Current Input Voltage Range Saturation Voltage Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current V+ 2: 4.5 V, V- = 0 VIN:5 -10 rnV, ISINK:5 8 rnA TA = 25°C TA=25°C ±14 0.23 5.1 4.1 0.4 7.5 5.0 Vs = ± 15 V, TA = O°C to + 70°C unless otherwise specified. (Note 3) Condition TA = 25°C, RS :5 50 kfl TA=25°C TA=25°C TA=25°C TA = 25°C VIN :5 -10 rnV, lOUT = 50 rnA TA = 25°C TA = 25°C VIN 2: 10 rnV, VOUT = 35 V TA=25°C RS :5 50 kfl Min Typ 2.0 6.0 100 200 200 0.75 3.0 0.2 50 10 70 300 1.5 Max 7.5 50 250 Unit rnV nA nA V/rnV ns V rnA nA rnV nA nA V V rnA rnA

Notes 3. The offset voltage, offset current and bias current specifications apply for any supply voltage from a single 5 V supply up to ± 15 V supplies. 4. The offset voltages and offset currents given are the maximum values required to drive the output within a volt of either supply

with a 1 rnA load. Thus, these parameters define an error band and take into account the worst case effects of voltage gain and input impedance. 5 The response time specified (see definitions) is for a 100 mV Input step with 5 mV overdrive.

Typical Performance Curves for IlA 111 Offset Voltage as a Function of Input Resistance
> 100
VS"" ±15V
E

Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature
40 0

Input Offset Current as a Function of Temperature
30

I
RAISEO·

vs~±1'5V

TA _ 25"C

w

I

'"

0

'-

".........

~

I

20 0

"
'-...
RAISED"

~ 10 t; ~

MAXIMUM

~
~

TYPICAL

100

NORMAL

'o

..........

l'!

~
1

.........

r-5

NORMAL

t-65
°C

;!

0 -55 -35 -15

~ os 5l

o1
10k
100 k

Im~lvoYtl'i11
1M 10M
INPUT RESISTANCE -

5

25

45

65

85

105125

-55 -35 -15

25

45

85

105125

TEMPERATURE -

"c

TEMPERTURE -

n

• PinS 5, 6 and 8 are shorted. 5·35

JLA 111 • JLA311
Typical Performance Curves for J.LA 111 Input Bias Current as a Function of Differential Input Voltage
180

Common Mode Limits as a Function of Temperature

160
~ 140

V;:I ,115~
TA '" 25°C

.

Output Voltage as a Function of Differential Input Voltage
60

~~=~~~~g[~AGES 50

N01RMAi

0.5

§ 100
~
80

ffi

~

120

,

iii ~ 60

:!l: 40
20

" o '!.:,.. z " ~ o " o 02
w
Q -

... '" i

> I

RL = 1 kG V++=50V

OUT~UT ';:: -~
{

>

-

10

~

40

~
",,"-

~
o

I
30

I

I

TA = 25"C

v; : aJv
I

04

I--

~20
FOLLOWER

l\.
EMITTER

\A''\

-f25 45 65 85 105 125

10

RL = Soon

OUTPUT

"-'\
J
0.5 1.0

o
-16 -12 -8 -4 12
V

16 -55 -35 -1S -1.0

-0.5

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE -

TEMPERATURE _ "C

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE _ mV

Output Saturation Voltage as a Function of Output Current

Supply Current as a Function of Temperature
Vs=±1SV

Leakage Current as a Function of Temperature
10 '
Vs
+15V

7"

07
w

.... ; /

~06

~ 05

-

T A "" - 55"C

4~~.J-/C;/#;;?''-f-+-.-J_--I

-"""V .v

~O.4

/' /"

~03~+'~~·~···-+-+-4--+-+-+-~ "'. r--~ ~02 ..Ll'~TA: 25'C'-+-+--1-+--1
0.1 f' ..7.'+-+--1-+-+--1--+-+--+--1
OL-~_L-~~~~~

~ a

ffi
w

...

~

10- 8

v

UT=50V/

lO-

"

/'
V'N 15V

/'

" ;:2
__k--L~
105125 TEMPERATURE _ °C

~ ~10-1 0

./

10- 1

,V
25
45

10

20

30
rnA

40

50

-55 -35 -15

'5

65

105

125

OUTPUT CURRENT -

TEMPERATURE _ °C

Typical Performance Curves for J.LA311

Input Bias Current as a Function of Temperature
500

Input Offset Current as a Function of Temperature
0

Offset Voltage as a Function of Input Resistance
100

~ 400

I--

I ... z w 300 § o '" ~ 200 ... =>
~

20

RAISEO*-

r-

V~: ,;5VI

-

'-..
"li

I'--RAl;:10

Vsl :

1 , , 5V_

'E
1

TA

25°C

w

...I

"' "' o " l:i:i
o

ffi

i-- r--

g
o

~
~

i

i

~

- 100

z

NORMAL

.,

~
0

-10 20

I
10

/

M(XIMUM

~
NORMAL

..
z
~

., ...
~

I--

w

+ ,
, I

TYPICAL

1

o o

51
30 40 50 60
70

10

30

40

50

60

70

1

I
100 k

I1111 IT vOl +1 iWi
1M 10M

10k

TEMPERATURE

TEMPERATURE _ °C

INPUT RESISTANCE -

n

• Pins 5, 6 and 8 are shorted.

• Pons 5, 6 and 8 are shorted.
5-36

1LA 111 • 1LA311
Typical Performance Curves for IlA311 (Cont.) Output Voltage as a Function of Differential Input Voltage
60

Input Bias Current as a Function of Differential Input Voltage
22 20

Common Mode Limits as a Function of Temperature
+

:~
!

Vs = :t15V TA == 2S O C , !

:~~~~~~g[~AGES ~O

I-- Vs
50

= 30V

TA = 25°C

1 1
I--RL = lkO

5

~17 5

NORMAL OUTPUT

r-

~

:
,

>

I
i"~ 10

>

150

ffi

~ 12 5
10

I
:

i

~
~
iii

0
5 5

I
:
I

" ''';'''''::;
w

i=

,
,,""-

" ;:
'""
~ ~

I 40 w 30

V++=40V

!

., 0H- W.
7

I
i
,
-4

" ~ o "
<.>

o z

c~

g
o

EMITTER RL = soon

04

FOLLOWER ~ 20 OUTPUT

"-

( If , If

t\.

'\

I

i

2
~

10

-16 -'12

0

o
10 20 30 40 SO 60 70
~10

I I

I
~05

I '\ I
05
mV

1'\

-8

12

16

10

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE - 'Ii

TEMPERATURE _

ac

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOL TAGE -

Saturation Voltage as a Function of Current

Supply Current as a Function of Temperature
10
Vs= ;r15V

Leakage Currents as a Function of Temperature
10--8


7

-!-

TA = 25°C

I

>
w

I 06

" 05 ~
o o
Z

--

~

c-+- -+./' ./'

--;:/

--

-;7
-

L
--

~~~TP:Tl~:UT
'"I
1--10I-

40V

./

-~~

~

V

>0 4
-

'/

~o 3
~
02 01

i/
/I
,

tt t
10
20

- f- I--:-- - -I---

-

,

V

POSITIVE SUPPLY

ffi
w

~- 1----

<.>

~

=- ==
INPUTVIN = 15V- -

-

~ f=-

o o

l-30
rnA

c-~

°r
30

NEGATIVE SUPPLY

pur HIGH

f---

;

" '" , F=
::.:: 10--\

I

I
10-1

,f--~
25
35

40

50

10

20

40

50

60

70

OUTPUT CURRENT -

TEMPERATURE _

ac

-

=
-- - - 55
75

45

TEMPERTURE _ °C

Typical Applications Offset Null Circuit
~~.N'-

Strobe Circuit
3 kll ____ v+

TTL
STROBE

1 kll

STROBING OFFSET BALANCING

-=-

5-37

}LA 111 • }LA311
Typical Applications (Cont.) Increasing Input Stage Current'
r-........--v+
R2 3 k

Zero Crossing Detector Driving MOS Logic

INPUT 8

v+ ~ 5 V
7 TO MOS R3 LOGIC

4

10 k

-=Note 'Increases typical common mode slew rate from 7.0 V//LS to 18 V//Ls.

v-

~

-10 V

-=-

'Solid tantalum

Negative Peak Detector
+15 V

Adjustable Low Voltage Reference Supply
v+
Rl
~ 5 V

R4

--1r--....--'W.......---1r-",/V'..---,
3.9 k

500 R310 k
INPUT-vvv-....... Rl 2 k

OUTPUT

VOUT

2N3904

-15 V

'Solid tantalum

Digital Transmission Isolator
V+
R2 1 k
~

5.0 V

Cl
1.5
~F

V+

~

5 V

R5
5 k

R6 1 k

2

'Solid tantalum

Positive Peak Detector
+15 V

TTL OUTPUT

I
INPUT

Rl 100
FROM TTL GATE

lk

-15

v--<__......

'Solid tantalum

5·38

#LA 111 • #LA311
Typical Applications (Cont.) Strobing of Both Input And Output Stages
FROM D/A NETWORK

Relay Driver with Strobe
V++

TTL

STROBE

Rl
1 k

TTL STROBE

• Typical input current is 50 pA with Inputs strobed off.

• Absorbs Inductive kickback of relay and protects Ie from severe voltage transients on V++ line.

Precision Photodiode Comparator
Rl
,---~----~~------'----'-+5V

Switching Power Amplifier
INPUT Rl 10 k
~~VV~

3.9 k

~PT100
3

R3
1 k

__~ 2N6125

Ql

TTL OUTPUT

R2 VR3 100 k 100 k

-=-

OUTPUT

R2' 25 k

R4

• R2 sets the comparison level. At companson, the photodlode has less than 5 mV across It, decreasing leakages by an order of magnitude

47

~----~----~~~V-

Switching Power Amplifier
R1620

",2N6125 OUTPUT

JOI

02~ 2N6125
I I

v+
R12 620 Rll 620

.3 6 8 7

R2 620

I

...-,
6'3 7 8 ......_

11~
r l R3 620

~(,

"::r
R6 39 k

~111~
RIO 620 112

R4 300 k R5 510

1
if
1 pF 022

R13 300 k R9 39 k R14 510 R8 15 k INPUT R7 15 k REFERENCE

5-39

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

f.lA 139 - f.lA239 - f.lA339 f.lA2901-f.lA3302

Quad Comparators
Linear Products

Description The J.LA 139 series consists of four independent precision voltage comparators designed specifically to operate from a single power supply. Operation from split power supplies is also possible and the low power supply current drain is independent of the supply voltage range. Darlington connected pnp input stages allow the input common-mode voltage to include ground. • • • • • • • • SINGLE SUPPLY OPERATION +2.0 V TO +36 V DUAL SUPPLY OPERATION ± 1.0 V TO ± 18 V ALLOW COMPARISON OF VOLTAGES NEAR GROUND POTENTIAL LOW CURRENT DRAIN 800 J.LA TYP COMPATIBLE WITH ALL FORMS OF LOGIC LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENT 25 nA TYP LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT ± 5 nA TYP LOW OFFSET VOLTAGE ±2 mV

Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP

...--------.14
OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 3

OUTPUT 1

OUTPUT 4

v+
INPUT 1-

GND
INPUT 4+

INPUT 1+

INPUT 4-

INPUT 2-

INPUT 3+

INPUT 2+

INPUT 3-

Schematic Diagram

(Top View)

-INPUT

OUTPUT

Order Information Type Package J.LA 139A Ceramic DIP J.LA139 Ceramic DIP J.LA239A Ceramic DIP J.LA239A Molded DIP J.LA239 Ceramic DIP J.LA239 Molded DIP J.LA339A Ceramic DIP J.LA339A Molded DIP J.LA339 Ceramic DIP J.LA339 Molded DIP J.LA290 1 Ceramic DIP J.LA290 1 Molded DIP J.LA3302 Ceramic DIP J.LA3302 Molded DIP

Code

6A 6A 6A
9A

6A
9A

6A
9A

6A
9A

6A
9A

6A
9A

Part No. J.LA139ADM J.LA139DM J.LA239ADC J.LA239APC J.LA239DC J.LA239PC J.LA339ADC J.LA339APC J.LA339DC J.LA339PC J.LA2901DC J.LA2901PC J.LA3302DC J.LA3302PC

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J.LA 139 Series· J.LA290 1 • J.LA3302
Absolute Maximum Ratings

ILA139/ILA239/ILA339
ILA139A/ILA239A/ILA339A ILA2901 Supply Voltage, v+ Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Range Power Dissipation (Note 1) 9A, 6A Output Short Circuit to GND, (Note 2) Input Current (VIN < -0.3 V), (Note 3) Operating Temperature Range ILA339,ILA339A ILA239,ILA239A ILA139,ILA139A ILA2901,ILA3302 Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature (Soldering) Ceramic DIP (60 s) Molded DIP (10 s) 36 V or ± 18 V 36 V -0.3 V to +36 V 1W Continuous 50 mA O°C to +70°C -25°C to +85°C -55°C to +125°C -40°C to +85°C -65°C to +150°C ILA3302 28 V or ± 14 V 28 V -0.3 V to +28 V 1W Continuous 50mA

Factors Important to Maximum Ratings and Electrical Characteristics Notes 1. For operating at high temperatures, the /LA339/ /LA339A, /LA2901, IlA3302 must be derated based on a 125'e maximum Junction temperature and a thermal resistance of 125'e/W which applies for the device soldered on a printed circuit board, operating on a still air ambient The /LA 139 and IlA 139A must be derated based on a 150' e maximum junction temperature. The low bias dissipation and the "ON-OFF" characterostlc of the outputs keeps the chip dlsslpatoon very small (PO :oS 100 mW), provided the output transistors are allowed to saturate. 2. Short circuits from the output to V+ can cause excessive heating and eventual destruction. The maximum output current IS approximately 20 mA independent of the magnitude of V+ 3. This onput current will exist only when the voltage at any of the Input leads is droven negative. It is due to the collector-base Junction of the Input pnp transistors becomong forward biased and thereby acting as input diode clamps. In addition to diode action, there is also lateral npn parasitic transistor action on the Ie chip. This transistor action can cause the output voltages of the comparators to go to the V+ voltage level or to ground for a large over-drive, for the time duration that an onput IS droven negative. This IS not destructove and normal output states will reestablish when the input voltage, which IS negative, again returns to a value greater than -0.3 V. 4. These specifications apply for V+ = 5.0 V and -55'e:oS TA:oS +125'e, unless otherwise stated. With the /LA239 / /LA239A, all temperature specifications are limited to 5-41


5 6 7 8 -25'e:oS TA:oS +85'e, the IlA339//LA339A temperature specifications are limited to o'e :oS TA :oS -70'e, and the IlA290 I, /LA3302 temperature range is -40'e:oS TA:oS +85'e. The direct lOP of the input current IS out of the Ie due to the pnp onput stage. This current IS essentoally constant, independent of the state of the output so no loading change eXists on the reference or input lines. The Input common-mode voltage or either Input signal voltage should not be allowed to go negative by more than 0.3 V. The upper end of the common-mode voltage range IS V+ - 1 5 V, but either or both onputs can go to +30 V without damage. The response time specified is for a 100 mV input step With 5 mV overdrive. For larger overdrive signals 300 ns can be obtained; see typical performance characterostics section Positive excursions of onput voltage may exceed the power supply level. As long as the other voltage remains Within the common-mode range, comparator will provide a proper output state. The low input voltage state must not be less than -0.3 V or 0.3 V below the magnitude of the negative power supply, If used. At output sWitch point, Vo "" 1.4 V, RS = 0!1 with V+ from 5 V; and over the full input common-mode range OVtoV+-15V. For onput signals that exceed Vee, only the overdriven comparator is affected. With a 5 V supply, VIN should be limited to 25 V maximum and a limiting resistor should be used on all inputs that might exceed the positive supply

9

10

JLA 139 Series· JLA2901 • JLA3302
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic V+ = 5 V (Note 4) /LA139A Min Typ Max /LA239A,/LA339A Min Typ Max ± 1.0 ±2.0 25 250 /LA139 Min Typ Max Unit mV nA nA

Condition

Input Offset Voltage TA = 25°C (Note 9) Input Bias Current IIN(+) or IIN(-) with Output in Linear Range. TA = 25°C (Note 5) Input Offset Current IIN(+) - IIN(-). TA = 25°C Input Common-Mode TA = 25°C (Note 6) Voltage Range Supply Current RL = 00 on all Comparators. TA = 25°C RL = 00. V+ = 30 V. TA = 25°C Voltage Gain RL ~ 15 kfl. V+ = 15 V. (To Support Large Vo Swing) TA = 25°C VIN = TTL Logic Swing. Vref = 1.4 V. VRL = 5.0 V. RL = 5.1 kfl. TA = 25°C VRL = 5.0 V. RL = 5.1 kfl. TA = 25°C (Note 7) 50 0

± 1.0 ±2.0 25 100

±2.0 ±5.0 25 100

±5.0 ±25 V+ -1.5 0 0.8 2.0

±5.0 ±50 V+ -1.5 0 0.8 2.0

±5.0 ±25

V+-1.5 V 0.8 2.0 mA

200

50

200

200

V/mV

Large Signal Response Time

300

300

300

ns

Response Time

1.3

1.3

1.3

/Ls

Output Sink Current VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V. 6.0 16 VIN(+) = O. VO:::; 1.5 V. TA = 25°C Saturation Voltage VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V. VIN(+) = O. 250 ISINK :::; 4.0 mAo TA=25°C VIN(+) ~ 1.0 V. VIN(-) = O. Vo = 30 V. TA=25°C Input Offset Voltage (Note 9) Output Leakage Current Input Offset Current IIN(+) - IIN(-) Input Bias Current IIN(+) or IIN(-) with Output in Linear Range Input Common-Mode Voltage Range Saturation Voltage VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V. VIN(+) = O. ISINK:::; 4 mA VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V. VIN(+) = O. Vo = 30 V Keep all VINs ~ 0 V (or V-. if used) (Note 8) 0

6.0 16

6.0 16

mA

400

250

400

250

400

mV

200 4.0 ± 100 300 V+ -2.0 0 700

200 4.0 ± 150 400 V+ -2.0 0 700

200 9.0 ± 100 300

nA mV nA nA

V+ -2.0 V 700 mV

Output Leakage Current Differential Input Voltage

1.0

1.0

1.0

/LA

V+

V+

36

V

Notes on following page
5-42

~A 139 Series • ~A2901 • ~A3302
Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Input Bias Current V+ = 5 V (Note 4) .uA239,.uA339 Min Typ Max ±2.0 ±5.0 25 250 .uA2901 Min Typ Max .uA3302 Min Typ Max Unit mV nA nA

Condition IIN( +) or IIN( _) with Output in Linear Range, TA = 25°C (Note 5)

Input Offset Voltage TA = 25°C (Note 9)

±2.0 ±7.0 25 250

±3.0 ±20 25 500

Input Offset Current IIN(+) - IIN(-), TA = 25°C Input Common-Mode TA = 25°C (Note 6) Voltage Range Supply Current Rl = 00 on all Comparators, TA=25°C Rl = 00, V+ = 30 V, TA = 25°C Voltage Gain Rl ~ 15 kf!, V+ = 15 V, To Support Large Vo Swing, T A = 25°C VIN = TTL Logic Swing, Vref = 1.4 V, VRl = 5.0 V, Rl = 5.1 kf!, TA = 25°C VRl = 5.0 V, Rl = 5.1 kf!, TA = 25°C (Note 7)

±5.0 ±50 0 0.8 V+ -1.5 0 2.0

±5.0 ±50 V+ -1.5 0 0.8 1.0 2.0 2.5

±5.0 ± 100

V+ -1.5 V 0.8 2.0 mA

200

25

100

2

30

V/mV

Large Signal Response Time

300

300

300

ns

Response Time

1.3

1.3

1.3

.uS
mA

Output Sink Current

VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V, 6.0 16 VIN(+) = 0, VO::S 1.5 V, TA = 25°C VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, ISINK ::S 4.0 mA, TA=25°C 250 400

6.0 16

2.0 16

Saturation Voltage

400

250

500

mV

VIN(+) ~ 1.0 V, VIN(-) = 0, Vo = 30 V, TA = 25°C Input Offset Voltage (Note 9) Output Leakage Current Input Offset Current IINC+) - IINC-) Input Bias Current IIN(+) or IIN(-) with Output in Linear Range Input Common-Mode Voltage Range Saturation Voltage VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, ISINK ::S 4 mA VIN(-) ~ 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, Vo = 30 Keep all VINs ~ 0 V (or V-, if used) (Note 8) 0

200 9.0 ± 150 400 V+ -2.0 0 700 400 9.0 50 200

200 15 200 500 V+ -2.0 0 700

200 40 300 1000

nA mV nA nA

V+ -2.0 V 700 mV

Output Leakage Current Differential Input Voltage

1.0

1.0

1.0

.u A

36

V+

V+

V

Notes on following page
5-43

p,A 139 Series • p,A290 1 • p,A3302
Typical Performance Curves for p,A 139/ p,A239/ p,A339/ p,A 139A, p,A239A/ p,A339A/ p,A3302

Supply Current
0

Input Current
TA-55°C

Output Saturation Voltage
VIN(CM)= OV RIN(CM)"=109

.

,.08

E

a
~
:::i

~

1
0

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80

>

0

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1

w
10

>

o

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40

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0

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~

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2

o~1

20 SUPPLY VOlTAGE-V

30

40

o o

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o

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1

~

00

~ /~ V
01

C'if7

r,

TAi-S50C-

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10

o

> 000

1%:/
001 10

10

30

40

100

V-I--SUPPlY VOlTAGE-V

lo-OUTPUT SINK CURRENT-rnA

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives-Negative Transition
0
50 mV = INPUT OVERDRIVE

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives-Positive Transition
0 0
INPUT OVERDRIVE = 100 mV

0 0
20mV

1

"5V 1

1

0 .0

i'"
100 mV

0 0

\.

'~"=
+
-

>1

>

40
30

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VOUT-

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T~

"i I

I

~

r

n
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I

20
10 0

/20mV

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2

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VIN

0 -100 05 10
TIME-iiS

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-50 -100

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7""

+

VOUT

I
10 15 20

20

5-44

itA 139 Series • ItA2901 • ItA3302
Typical Performance Curves for ILA2901

Supply Current
RL
=."

Input Current
80

Output Saturation Voltage
>
TA -'40°C

0

12

"
E
1

V
//./'
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0-

" 0 " ~

~

10

V

~

08

If-"""
10

./

06

/

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I -t~o,~

1
I

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0 "
0-

60

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TA COC

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40

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'0

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1
40

o

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30

40

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01

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.

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10
rnA

100

V+-SUPPLY VOLTAGE-V

OUTPUT SINK CURRENT -

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives-Negative Transition
0
5 0 mV -" INPUT OVERDRIVE

Response Time for Various Input Overdrives-Positive Transition
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
INPUT aVERlJRIVE = 100 mV

I
1

0

1
20mV

+5V 1

> >1

40
30
20
10

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g~
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0-0-

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TA

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/20mV

VOUT -

J

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I

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VOUT

»

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1 ~

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1

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1+50v

50
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50 e----~1

I

-= 25JC ~I
, 0

oo

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11 05

I
10 15

I
, 0

05

10
TIME-l1s

15

5-45

J.tA 139 Series • J.tA290 1 • J.tA3302
Application Information The /-LA 139 series are high-gain, wide-bandwidth devices which, like most comparators, can easily oscillate if Ihe output lead is inadvertently allowed to capacitively couple to the inputs via stray capacitance. This shows up only during the output voltage transition intervals as the comparator changes slates. Power supply bypassing is not required to solve this problem. Standard pc board layout is helpful as it reduces stray input-output coupling. Reducing Ihe inpul resistors 10 < 10 k!1 reduces the feedback signal levels and finally, adding even a small amount (1.0 to 10 mY) of positive feedback (hysteresis) causes such a rapid transition that oscillations due to stray feedback are not possible. Simply socketing the IC and attaching resistors 10 the pins will cause input / output oscillations during the small transition intervals unless hysteresis is used. If the input signal is a pulse waveform, with relatively fast rise and fall times, hysteresis is not required. All pins of any unused comparators should be grounded. The bias network of the /-LA 139 series establishes a drain current which is independent of the magnitude of the power supply voltage over the range of 2 V to 30 V. It is usually unnecessary to use a bypass capacitor across the power supply line. The differential input voltage may be larger than V+ with:>ut damaging the device. Protection should be provided to prevent the input voltages from going more negative than -0.3 V (at 25°C). An input clamp diode can be used as shown in the applications section. The output of the /-LA 139 series is the uncommitted collector of a grounded-emitter npn output transistor. Many collectors can be tied together to provide wiredOR output function. An output pull-up resistor can be connected to any available power supply voltage within the permitted supply voltage range and there is no restriction on this voltage due to the magnitude of the voltage which is applied to the V+ terminal of the /-LA 139 package. The output can also be used as a simple SP / ST switch to ground (when a pull-up resistor is not used). The amount of current which the output device can sink is limited by the drive available (which is independent of V+) and the (J of this device. When the maximum current limit is reached (approximately 16 mAl, the output transistor will come out of saturation and the output voltage will rise very rapidly. The output saturation voltage is limited by the approximately 60 !1 saturation resistance of the output transistor. The low offset voltage of the output transistor (1 mY) allows the output to clamp essentially to ground level for small load currents. Typical Applications (V+ AND Gate
V+

= 15 V)

30k

100k 100 k

B-Wv-_-......--I
100k

v;::r
OR Gate

C~\IVI.---'

"0" "1"

V+

200 k

3.0 k

100 k
A

100 k

B
100 k

C

v~:r
"0" "1"

-=

Monostable Multivibrator
V+

ol ---j f-....--...4----i
100pF

10 k

to

PW 1ms _ _ --V+

+VIN

~
to tt

o

1N914

Vo
0.001 F

1.0M

Bistable Multivibrator
V+

100k

15k

51k

V+:::rL

o

R--~~~--~

100k

Vo

5-46

J,LA 139 Series • J,LA290 1 • J,LA3302
Typical Applications (V+ = 15 V) (Con!.) Monostable Multivibrator with Input Lock-Out
V+

1.0M 100 k

15 k

-fEo "s
1

+4V

40}J.S~+
to 11

Vo

240 k 62 k

Time Delay Generator
V+

10 k

15 k

200 k 10 M 10 k

3.0 k

V03 Vo+::,rV3

to

13

51 k INPUT GATING SIGNAL

10 k

VC1

10 k

V02 Vo+::r-

to 12
3.0 k 51 k

v+

10 M

----------",-.;a-

Vet

t
I

10 k

v;::r
10 11

V01

V,

-1--

51 k

5-47

p,A 139 Series • p,A290 1 • p,A3302
Typical Applications (V+ = 15 V) (Cont.) Squarewave Oscillator
V+

Wired-OR Outputs
V+

4.3 k

3.0 k

100 k

f=100kHz

Vo

Vo

100 k

Large Fan-In AND Gate
V+

lOOk 10 k

3.0 k

VOUT

Pulse Generator
A
V+

B--KI---<I
VOUT

=- A • B • C • D

Rl 1.0 M

01 lN914

15k

C

o
ALL DIODES lN914

R2 100 k 02 lN914

r

80 pF

1.0 M

Vo
1.0 M

-=

1.0 M 'FOR LARGE RATIOS OF Rl/R2, 01 CAN BE OMITTED

5·48

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

~A193/293/393/2903

Low-Power, Low-Offset Dual Comparators
Linear Products Connection Diagram 8-Pin DIP
OUTPUT A

Description The /LA 193 series consists of two independent precision voltage comparators designed specifically to operate from a single power supply. Operation from split power supplies is also possible and the low power supply current drain is independent of the supply voltage range. Darlington connected pnp input stage allows the input common-mode voltage to include ground. • • • • • • • • SINGLE SUPPLY OPERATION +2.0 V TO +36 V DUAL SUPPLY OPERATION ± 1.0 V TO ± 18 V ALLOW COMPARISON OF VOLTAGES NEAR GROUND POTENTIAL LOW CURRENT DRAIN 400/LA TYP COMPATIBLE WITH ALL FORMS OF LOGIC LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENT 25 nA TYP LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT ± 5 nA TYP LOW OFFSET VOLTAGE ± 2 mV 36 V or ± 18 V 36 V -0.3 V to +36 V 800 mW Continuous 50 mA O°C to +70°C -25°C to +85°C -55°C to +125°C -40°C to +85°C -65°C to +150°C

v+
OUTPUT B INVERTING INPUT B NONINVERTING INPUT B

INVERTING INPUT A NONINVERTING

GND

(Top View)

Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage, V+ Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Range Power Dissipation (Note 1) 9T, 6T Output Short-Circuit to GND, (Note 2) Input Current (VIN < -0.3 V), (Note 3) Operating Temperature Range /LA393,/LA393A /LA293,/LA293A /LA193,/LA193A /LA2903 Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature Hermetic DIP, Metal Package (Soldering 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s)

Order Information Type Package Ceramic DIP /LA193A Ceramic DIP /LA193 Ceramic DIP /LA'293A Molded DIP /LA293A Ceramic DIP /LA293 Molded DIP /LA293 Ceramic DIP /LA393A Molded DIP /LA393A Ceramic DIP /LA393 Molded DIP /LA393 Ceramic DIP /LA2903 Molded DIP /LA2903

Code 6T 6T 6T 9T 6T 9T 6T 9T 6T 9T 6T 9T

Part No. /LA193ARM /LA 193RM /LA293ARC /LA293ATC /LA293RC /LA293TC /LA393ARC /LA393ATC /LA393RC /LA393TC /LA2903RC /LA2903TC

B

Notes 1 For operating at high temperatures, the I'A393 /I'A393A, I'A2903 must be derated based on a 125°C maximum Junction temperature and a thermal resistance of 175°C/W which applies for the deVice soldered In a printed CirCUit board. operating In a still air ambient The I'A 193 and I'A 193A must be derated based on a 150°C maximum Junction temperature The low bias diSSipation and the "ON-OFF" characteristic of the outputs keeps the chip dissipation very small (PD :oS 100 mW), provided the output transistors are allowed to saturate 2 Short CirCUitS from the output to v+ can cause excessive heating and eventual destruction. The maximum output current IS approximately 20 mA Independent fo the magnitude of V+. 5·49

3 ThiS Input current Will eXist only when the voltage at any of the Input leads IS driven negative It IS due to the collector-base Junction of the Input pnp transistors becoming forward biased and thereby acting as Input diode clamps. In addition to the diode action, there IS also lateral npn parasitic transistor action on the IC chip ThiS transistor action can cause the output voltages of the comparators to go to the V+ voltage level (or to ground for a large overdrive) for the time duration that an Input IS driven negative. ThiS IS not destruclive and normal output states Will re·establish when the input voltage, which IS negative, agam returns to a value greater than -0 3 V

~A 193/293/393
Circuit Schematic (1/2 of Circuit Shown)
v+
8

~A2903

~INPUT

2,6

OUTPUT

1,7

5-50

~A 193/293/393
}lA 1931 A, }lA293A, and }lA393A Electrical Characteristics V+ = 5 V (Note 4) }lA193A Characteristic Condition Min Typ Max Input Offset Voltage T A = 25°C, (Note 9) Input Bias Current Input Offset Current IIN(+) or IIN(-) with Output in Linear Range, TA = 25°C, (Note 5) IIN(+) - IIN(-), TA = 25°C 0 ± 1.0 ±2.0 25 100

~A2903

}lA293A,}lA393A IlA193 Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Unit mV nA nA V ± 1.0 ±2.0 25 250 ±2.0 ±5.0 25 100

±5.0 ±25 V+ -1.5 0.4 1.0 200 1.0 2.5 50 0

±5.0 ±50 V+ -1.5 0.4 1.0 200 1.0 2.5 50 0

±5.0 ±25 V+ -1.5 0.4 1.0 2.5 200

Input Common-Mode TA = 25°C, (Note 6) Voltage Range Supply Current RL = 00 on all Comparators, TA=25°C RL = 00, V+ = 30 V, TA = 25°C

mA

Voltage Gain

RL 2:. 15 kn, V+ = 15 V (To Support Large Vo Swing), 50 TA=25°C VIN = TTL Logic Swing, VREF = 1.4 V, VRL = 5.0 V, RL = 5.1 kn, TA = 25°C VRL = 5.0 V, RL = 5.1 kn, TA = 25°C, (Note 7) VIN(-) 2:. 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, Vo S 1.5 V, TA = 25°C VIN(-) 2:. 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, ISlnk S 4.0 mA, TA = 25°C VIN(+) 2:. 1.0 V, VIN(-) = 0, Vo = 30 V, TA = 25°C 6.0

V/mV

Large Signal Response Time Response Time Output Sink Current Saturation Voltage Output Leakage Current

300

300

300

ns

1.3 16 250 400 200 4.0 ± 100 300 0 V+ -2.0 700 1.0 V+ 0

1.3 6.0 16 250 400 200 4.0 ± 150 400 V+ -2.0 700 1.0 V+ 0 6.0

1.3 16 250 400 200 9.0

}lS

mA mV nA mV

Input Offset Voltage (Note 9) Input Offset Current IIN(+) - IIN(-) Input Bias Current Input Common-Mode Voltage Range Saturation Voltage Output Leakage Current Differential Input Voltage VIN(-) 2:. 1.0 V, V IN (+) = 0, Isink S 4 mA VIN(+) 2:. 1.0 V, VIN(-) = 0, Vo = 30 V Keep all VINs 2:. 0 V (or V-, if used), (Note 8) ilN( +) or IIN( _) with Output in Linear Range

± 100 nA
300 V+ -2.0 700 1.0 V+ nA V mV }lA V

Notes 4. These specifications apply for V+ = 5.0 V and -55°C os TA os +125°C, unless otherwise stated With the "A293/ "A293A, all temperature specificatIOns are limited to -25°C OS TA OS +85°C, the "A393/ "A393A temperature specifications are limited to O°C OS TA OS 70°C, and the "A2903 temperature range IS -40°C OS TAOS +85°C. 5 The direction of the input current IS out of the IC due to the pnp input stage ThiS current is essentially constant, independent of the state of the output so no loadmg change exists on the reference or mput lines. 5-51

6 The Input common-mode voltage or either mput signal voltage should not be allowed to go negative by more than 0.3 V The upper end of the common-mode voltage range IS V+ -1 5 V, but either or both inputs can go to +30 V without damage 7 The response time specified is for a 100 mV Input step with 5 mV overdrive For larger overdrive signals 300 ns can be obtamed, see typical performance curves

/-LA 193/293/393 • /-LA2903
ItA293, ItA393 and ItA2903 Electrical Characteristics V+ = 5 V (Note 4) ItA293,ItA393 Characteristic Input Offset Voltage Input Bias Current Input Offset Current Input Common-Mode Voltage Range Supply Current Condition TA = 25°C, (Note 9) IIN(+) or IIN(-) with Output in Linear Range, TA = 25 ° C, (Note 5) IIN(+) - IIN(-), TA = 25°C T A = 25°C, (Note 6) RL TA RL TA = 00 on all Comparators, = 25°C = 00, V+ = 30 V, = 25°C 50 Min Typ Max ±2.0 ±5.0 25 250 ItA2903 Min Typ Max Unit mV nA nA ±2.0 ±7.0 25 250

±5.0 ±50

±5.0 ±50

a
0.4 1.0 200

V+ -1.5 1.0 2.5

a
0.4 1.0 25 100

V+ -1.5 V 1.0 2.5 V/mV

mA

Voltage Gain

RL 2: 15 kQ, V+ = 15 V (To Support Large Vo Swing), TA=25°C VIN = TTL Logic Swing, VREF = 1.4 V, VRL = 5.0 V, RL = 5.1 kQ, TA = 25 ° C VRL = 5.0 V, RL = 5.1 kQ, TA = 25°C, (Note 7) VIN(-) 2: 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, Vo ~ 1.5 V, TA = 25°C VIN(-) 2: 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, Isink ~ 4.0 mA, T A = 25°C VIN(+) 2: 1.0 V, VIN(-) = 0, Vo = 30 V, TA = 25°C (Note 9) IIN(+) - IIN(-) IIN(+) or IIN(-) with Output in Linear Range

Large Signal Response Time Response Time Output Sink Current Saturation Voltage Output Leakage Current Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Input Bias Current Input Common-Mode Voltage Range Saturation Voltage Output Leakage Current Differential Input Voltage

300

300

ns

1.3 6.0 16 250 400 200 9.0 ± 150 400 0 V+ -2.0 700 1.0 V+

1.3 6.0 16 250 400 200 9.0 50 200 15 200 500

itS

mA mV nA mV nA nA

a
400

V+ -2.0 V 700 1.0 V+ mV
itA

VIN(-) 2: 1.0 V, VIN(+) = 0, Isink ~ 4 mA VIN(+) 2: 1.0 V, VIN(-) = 0, Vo = 30 V Keep all VINs 2: 0 V (or V-, if used), (Note 8)

V

Notes 8 Positive excursions of Input voltage may exceed the power supply level. As long as the other voltage remainS within the common·mode range. comparator will provide a proper output state The low Input voltage state must not be less than -0 3 V or 0 3 V below the magnitude of the negative power supply, If used 9. At output sWitch point, Va "" 1.4 V, Rs = 0 (! with V+ from 5 V, and over the full Input common-mode range (0 V to V+ -15 V) 5-52

10 For Input signals that exceed Vee, only the overdrlven comparator IS affected With a 5 V supply, VIN should be limited to 25 V max, and a limiting resistor should be used on all Inputs that might exceed the positive supply.

JlA 193/293/393 • JlA2903
Typical Performance Curves for

JLA 193/293/393

Supply Current


8/ 8/

,.. .....I~
......-

-20

Input Current
TA 55°C

.2

" ....

-;:!"

{ wtTI i-'T
C +125° C

1
a:

+'f'C-

. . a . _,Tw1
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I

Output Saturation Voltage
>
VINICMI-=

'0

ov

I

R(NleMI '" 109 I!

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>=

'0
TA-+125°~

,-

TA- "55°C

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30
40
SUPPLY VOLTAGE- Y

I I

~

T

z

20

-=;:A

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10

+125° C

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20

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TA.=+25°C

I

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~ '/
0'

~7 ~~
'0

1(=-55O~_

"TA= f-25°C

'00

V+ -SUPPLY VOLTAGE_V

la-OUTPUT SINK CURRENT-mA

Typical Performance Curves for I'A2903

Supply Current
RL "" ...

Input Current

2

·
8
6

,,-

,- ......-

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-

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20

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30

r I I I

i

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20

Output Saturation Voltage
TA -4Q°C

> I

TA-O·C

I I

~
l-

• ,
r--;rA = +,8So C
TA=+25°C

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.
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~

r

TA-=-r Cr-- 10

T~""O°C

'00

V+ -SUPPLY YOLTAGE- V

OUTPUT SINK CURRENT - mA

Typical Performance Curves For All Devices Response Time for Various Input Overctrives Negative Transition Response Time for Various Input Overdrives Positive Transition

• • • •

50 mY = INPUT OVERDRIVE

I
I

0

I
20m.

+s. I

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100m.

~.. =
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JLA 193/293/393 • JLA2903
Application Information The itA 193 series are high-gain, wide-bandwidth devices which, like most comparators, can easily oscillate if the output lead is inadvertently allowed to capacitively couple to the inputs via stray capacitance. This shows up only during the output voltage transition intervals as the comparator changes states. Power supply bypassing is not required to solve this problem. Standard pc board layout is helpful as it reduces stray input-output coupling. Reducing the input resistors to less than 10 kQ reduces the feedback signal levels and finally, adding even a small amount (1.0 to 10 mY) of positive feedback (hysteresis) causes such a rapid transition that oscillations due to stray feedback are not possible. Simply socketing the IC and attaching resistors to the pins will cause input-output oscillations during the small transition intervals unless hysteresis is used. If the input signal is a pulse waveform, with relatively fast rise and fall times, hysteresis is not required. All pins of any unused omparators should be grounded.
The bias network of the itA 193 series establishes a drain current which is independent of the magnitude of the power supply voltage over the range of from 2 V to 30 V. It is unnecessary to use a bypass capacitor across the power supply line. The differential input voltage may be larger than V+ without damaging the device. Protection should be provided to prevent the input voltages from going negative more than -0.3 V (at 25°C). An input clamp diode can be used as shown in the applications section. The output of the itA 193 series is the uncommitted collector of a grounded-emitter npn output transistor. Many collectors can be tied together to provide an output ORing function. An output pull-up resistor can be connected to any available power supply voltage within the permitted supply voltage range and there is no restriction on this voltage due to the magnitude of the voltage which is applied to the V+ terminal of the itA 193 package. The output can also be used as a simple SPST switch to ground (when a pull-up resistor is not used). The amount of current which the output device can sink is limited by the drive available (which is independent of V+) and the {J of this device. When the maximum current limit is reached (approximately 16 rnA), the output transistor will come out of saturation and the output voltage will rise very rapidly. The output saturation voltage is limited by the approximately 60 Q saturation resistance of the output transistor. The low offset voltage of the output transistor (1 mY) allows the output to clamp essentially to ground level for small load currents.

Typical Applications (V+ = 15 V) One-Shot Multivibrator
V+

Bi-Stable Multivibrator
V+

ol --jf--___.......--1
to
100pF
~VIN

10k
1 ms-.

15k

_ --V+ ;:fE:
to

PW

1N914

tt

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s

100 k

-'VV'v-li-......-j

5 ..rt:o
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15V

Va
V+=n..
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100k

Vo

10M

1N914

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A Schlumberger Company

6-2

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JLA9614 Dual Differential Line Driver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 16-Pin DIP
ACTIVE PULL UP AI OUT AI OUTA2 ACTIVE PULL UP A2 INAI INA2 INA3 GND 12 ACTIVE PULL UP Bl IN B3 IN B2 IN Bl

Description The JLA9614 is a TTL compatible Dual Differential Line Driver. It is designed to drive transmission lines either differentially or single-ended, back-matched or terminated. The outputs are similar to TTL, with the active pull-up and the pull-down split and brought out to adjacent pins. This allows multiplex operation (Wired-OR) at the driving site in either the singleended mode via the uncommitted collector, or in the differential mode by use of the active pull-ups on one side and the uncommitted collectors on the other (See Applications). The active pull-up is short-circuit protected and offers a low output impedance to allow back-matching. The two pairs of outputs are complementary, providing NAND and AND functions of the inputs and adding greater flexibility. The input and output levels are TTL compatible with clamp diodes provided at both input and output to handle line transients. • SINGLE 5 V SUPPLY • TTL COMPATIBLE INPUTS • OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION • INPUT CLAMP DIODES • OUTPUT CLAMP DIODES FOR TERMINATION OF LINE TRANSIENTS • COMPLEMENTARY OUTPUTS FOR NAND AND OPERATION • UNCOMMITTED COLLECTOR OUTPUTS FOR WIRED-OR APPLICATION • MILITARY TEMPERATURE RANGE Absolute Maximum Ratings (above which the useful life may be impaired) Storage Temperature Range -65° C to + 150° C Vee Pin Potential to Ground Pin -0.7 V to +7.0 V -0.5 V to +5.5 V Input Voltage Voltage Supplied to Outputs (Open Collector) -0.5 V to +12 V Pin Temperature Ceramic DIP, Flatpak (Soldering, 60 s) 300°C Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) 260°C Internal Power Dissipation (Note) 670mW Operating Temperature Range Military (JLA9614) -55°Cto +125°C Commercial (JLA9614C) 0° C to +70° C

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package JLA9614 Ceramic DIP JLA9614C Ceramic DIP JLA9614C Molded DIP

Code

68 68 98

Part No_ JLA9614DM JLA9614DC JLA9614PC

Note For Ceramic DIP, rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70· C, above 70· C derate linearly at 8.3 mW /. C. For the Flatpak, derate linearly at 7 1 mW /. C above 60· C.

6·3

p,A9614
Equivalent Circuit (1 /2 of circuit)
r-~t-~t-~t-----~t-----~t-~t-~t-------t-----------t---t-----------t----1~---16

Vee

R19
540

01

025 t-----<024 R22 4k
03

C4

ACTIVE PULL UP 12, 4------....-

....- - - - - '

OUTPUT 1 3 , 3 - - -....- - , C3

R23
10 ' - - - - 4 > - - - + - 1 , 15 ACTIVE PULL UP ...---9'-2,14 OUTPUT

02

R1
4k

R16
Uk
R21

04

1k

9,5-----------1___________J
INPUTS 10, 6----------i------1------I 11,7 _____

-+___+ __--+
Jr------~--~1-~r-----------------------~
} TOOTHER DRIVER

":"

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~A9614
!LA9614 Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOL VOH1 VOH2 Ise leEX IF IR VIL VIH VOLe lee Imax tpLH tpHL VeD Output Short Circuit Current Output Leakage Current Input Forward Current Input Reverse Current Input LOW Voltage Input HIGH Voltage Clamped Output LOW Voltage Supply Current Supply Current Turn-Off Time Turn-On Time Input Clamp Diode Voltage Characteristic Output LOW Voltage

Vee = 5.0 V + - 10%.

-55°C
Min Max

+25°C
Min Typ Max

+125°C
Min Max Unit mV V V mA Condition IOL = 40 mA Vee = 4.5 V IOH = -10 mA, Vee = 4.5 V IOH = -20 mA, Vee = 4.5 V VOUT = 0.0 V Vee = 5.5 V VeEX = 12.0 V Vee = 5.5 V VF = 0.4 V Vee = 5.5 V VR = 4.5 V Vee = 5.5 V Vee = 5.5 V Vee = 4.5 V IOLe = -40 mA Vee = 5.5 V Inputs = 0 V Vee = 5.5 V Inputs = 0 V V max = 7.0 V CL = 30 pF Vee = 5.0 V See AC Circuit VM = 1.5 V Vee = 4.5 V lie = -12 mA

400 2.4 2.0 2.4 2.0 -40

200 3.2 2.6 -90 10

400 2.4 2.0 -120 100

400

Output HIGH Voltage

200

!LA

-1.60

-1.10 -1.60 35 60 0.8 2.0 -1.5 50 65 20 20 -1.5

-1.60 mA 100 0.8
!LA V V V mA mA ns ns V

0.8 2.0 2.0

1.3 1.5 -0.8 34 46 14 18 -1.0

6-5

J,LA9614
!LA9614C Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOL VOH1 VOH2 Ise leEX IF IR VIL VIH VOLe lee Imax tpLH iPHL Veo Output Short Circuit Current Output Leakage Current Input Forward Current Input Reverse Current Input LOW Voltage Input HIGH Voltage Clamped Output LOW Voltage Supply Current Supply Current Turn-Off Time Turn-On Time Input Clamp Diode Voltage 2.0 0.8 2.0 -1.60 Characteristic Output LOW Voltage 2.4 2.0 Vee = 5.0 V + - 5%. O"C +25°C Min Max 450 2.4 2.0 -40 Min Typ 200 3.2 2.6 -90 10 -120 100 200 Max 450 2.4 2.0

+75°C Min Max 450 Unit mV V V mA !LA Condition IOL = 40 mA Vee = 4.75 V IOH = -10 mA, Vee = 4.75 V IOH = -40 mA, Vee = 4.75 V VOUT = 0.0 V Vee = 5.25 V VeEX = 5.25 V Vee = 5.25 V VF = 0.45 V Vee = 5.25 V VR = 4.5 V Vee = 5.25 V Vee

Output HIGH Voltage

-1.10 -1.60 35 1.3 1.5 -0.8 33 46 14 18 -1.0 -1.5 50 70 30 30 -1.5 60 0.8 2.0

-1.60 mA 100 0.8 /lA V V V mA mA ns ns V

= 5.25 V

Vee = 4.75 V IOLe = -40 mA Vee = 5.25 V Inputs = 0 V Vee = 5.25 Inputs = 0 V Vmax = 7.0 V CL = 30 pF Vee = 5.0 V See AC Circuit VM = 1.5 V Vee = 4.75 V lie = -12 mA

Typical Performance Curves Active Pull Down Output LOW Current vs Output LOW Voltage
'00
TA - 25°C

Active Pull-Up Output HIGH Current vs Output HIGH Voltage

Logic Levels vs Ambient Temperature
35

80
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1&
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60

40

20

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1---+--+--'\r-+-ft--M.~t--1

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o

-80

1---+--+--+--::;lE-7f-'7"4-t-"'l

.5

VOL@loL'""'4OmA

03

04

0.5

06

07

-100 O!---,--"'-:.--,--,:':--....1,,.--:-L,--'--"" ••
OUTPUT HIGH VOLTAGE _ V

I I
20 0 20
60 100 140
TA -AMBIENT TEMPERATUAE-" C

-60

YOl-OUTPUTYOLTAGE-Y

6-6

JLA9614
Typical Performance Curves (Cont.)

Supply Current vs Supply Voltage
60
NO LOAD TA 25°C

Supply Current vs Temperature
40

Supply Current vs Operating Frequency
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60

80

10

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100

140

01

02

05

10

20

50

10

Vee-SUPPLY VDLTAGE-V

T A-AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- 0 C

f-FREQUENCY-MHz

Propagation Delay Time vs Temperature
0

Transfer Characteristics vs Temperature
VCC-"'SOV

Transfer Characteristics vs Supply Voltage

f
Q

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YIN -INPUT VOLTAGE- V

TA-AMBIENTTEMPERATURE-OC

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~A9614
AC Test Circuit and Waveforms
Vee Vee
16

8
51 !l
5%

-=-

-=-

1

-=-

I
VOUT

(A)

I

'oo"A'
Inpul Pulse Frequency = 500 kHz Amphlude = 3.0 ± 0 1 V Pulse Widlh = 110 ± 10 ns Ir = I, ::s 5.0 ns

HtPLH tPHL ~rM----------------~

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~A9614
Typical Applications Differential Mode Expansion Multiplex Operation
+5 V

foll ..

O<--------TWISTEO-PAIR L l N E - - - - - - - - -.. ~1

100n

3

10 11

SHIELD OR COMMON GROUND CONNECTION

Only one driver

IS

enabled at one time

Expand by tYing NAND active pull-down outputs together and by tYing AND active pull-up outputs together. The drivers can be inhibited by taking one Input to ground

Simplex -- Differential Operation

INPurs

DATA

5:~CC-'16 1/2~1' ~
':3

V

___

I _______
,

~TWISTED-PAIR~

L,IN_E_____________
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v

cc 1j2~15

7

1•

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3

DATA

1 OUTPUT

r
Typical Reflection Diagram
200

6

P SHIELD OR COMMON GROUND CONNECTION

i

See /iA9615 data sheet for operation of /iA9615

TA

vL2.dv 25°C
=

~ 120

~ a
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I

Ilol S~A)E du)pJ OL~E
CHARACTERISTICS

.M

40

~

40

II

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HIGH STATE OUTPUT :>EVICE

o

,£-120

~

CilAfjRT'iS1U
10

-'00
Your -OUTPUT VOLTAGE - V

See /i9621 data sheet for usage of reflection diagram

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,uA9615 Dual Differential Line Receiver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 16-Pin DIP
OUT A ACTIVE PULL UP A STROBEA RESPA

Description The 9615 is a Dual Differential Line Receiver designed to receive differential digital data from transmission lines and operate over the military and industrial temperature ranges using a single 5 V supply. It can receive differential data in the presence of high level (± 15 V) common mode voltages and deliver undisturbed TTL logic to the output. The response time can be controlled by use of an external capacitor. A strobe and a 130 \! terminating resistor are provided at the inputs. The output has an uncommitted collector with an active pull-up available on an adjacent pin to allow either wire-OR or active pull-up TTL output configuration. • • • • • • • • TTL COMPATIBLE OUTPUT HIGH COMMON MODE VOLTAGE RANGE CHOICE OF AN UNCOMMITTED COLLECTOR OR ACTIVE PULL-UP STROBE FULL MILITARY TEMPERATURE RANGE SINGLE 5 V SUPPLY VOLTAGES FREQUENCY RESPONSE CONTROL 130 f! TERMINATING RESISTOR

vee
OUTB 14 ACTIVE PULL UP B STROBE B RESP B

A+
1300
A-

B+
1300
'---~

GND

I

B-

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ",A9615 Ceramic DIP ",A9615C Ceramic DIP ",A9615C Molded DIP

Code 6B 6B 9B

Part No. ",A9615DM ",A9615DC ",A9615PC

above which the useful life may be impaired Storage Temperature -65°C to +150°C Vee Pin Potential to Ground Pin -0.5 V to +7.0 V Input Voltage Referred to Ground (Pins 5, 6, 7, 9, 10,11) ±20 V Voltage Applied to Outputs for HIGH output State without Active Pull-Up -0.5 V to +13.2 V Voltage Applied to Strobe -0.5 V to +5.5 V Pin Temperature Range Ceramic DIP, Flatpak (Soldering, 60 s) 300°C Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) 260°C Internal Power Dissipation (Note) 670 mW Operating Temperature Range Military (9615) -55°C to +125°C Commercial (9615C) O°C to +70°C

Absolute Maximum Ratings

Note For CeramIc DIP. rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70°C; above 70°C derate linearly at 8.3 mW 1°C. For the Flatpak. derate linearly at 7.1 mW 1°C above 60°C. 6-10

JLA9615
Equivalent Circuit (Y2 ILA9615)
16 Vee
STROBES RESPONSE CONTROLS

164k

1.Sk

8.36k

-

~ ~ ~ r
164k
8.36k

1
2k

27k

3M (13) 1"1

(12)

J
~
5k

~

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2.6k

26k

INPUTS

~(9J

IN PUTS

~t;
7k

J
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r

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PULL· UP

20n
(14) 2 1 (15)

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OUTPUTS

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v

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soon

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13211

300n

150n

150n

150n

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I
BGND

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~A9615

Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOL Characteristic

Vee = 5.0 V ± 10%. T = -55°C Min Max 0.40 T 25°C Typ Min 0.18

=

Max 0.40

T = +125OC Min Max 0.40

Unit Condition V Vee = 4.5 V, VOUT = •• IOL = 15.0 mA, 'VOIFF = 0.5 V Vee = 4.5 V, VOUT = •• IOH = -5.0 mA, 'VOIFF'" -0.5 V VeEX = 12 V, 'VOIFF = Vee Vee = 4.5 V Vee = 5.5 V, "Vse = 0 V, 'VOIFF = -0.5 V Vee = 5.5 V, VIN = 0.4 V Other Input = 5.5 V Vee = 5.5 V, VIN = 0.4 V 'VOIFF = 0.5 V Vee = 5.5 V, 'VOIFF = 0.5 V Vee = 5.0 V, 'VOIFF = 1.0 V Vee = 4.5 V, 'VOIFF = -0.5 V VR = 4.5 V Vee = 5.0 V, VIN(R) = 1.0 V, +Input = GND VeM = 0 V Vee = 5.0V ±10% -155 VeM VeM5+15V Vee = 5.0V ±10% Vee = 5.5 V, -Inputs = 0 V, +Inputs = 0.5 V RL = 3.9 kO, Vee = 5.0 V, CL = 30 pF, Figure 1 RL = 3900, Vee = 5.0 V, CL = 30 pF, Figure 1

Output LOW Voltage

VOH

Output HIGH Voltage

2.2

2.4

3.2

2.4

V

leEX

Output Leakage Current Output Shorted Current Input Current -0.9 -15 -39

100

200

p.A

Ise

-80

mA

liN

-0.49 -0.7

-0.7

mA

IIN(ST) IIN(R-e) VeM IR(ST)

Strobe Input Current Response Control Input Current Common Mode Voltage -15 Strobe Input Leakage Current Input Resistor -500 500 +15 -1.2 -15

-1.15 -2.4 -3.4 ± 17.5 +15 2.0 -15 +15 5.0

mA mA V p.A

RIN

77
-500 -1.0

130 80

167 500 +1.0 -500 -1.0 500 1.0

0 mV V

VTH" •

Differential Input Threshold Voltage

-1.0

1.0

Icc
:

Power Supply Current

28.7

50

mA

tPLH

Turn-Off Time

30

50

ns

tpHL

Turn-On Time

30

50

ns

Notes 'VOIFF is a differential input voltage referred from "+IN A" to "-IN A" and from "+IN B" to "-IN B" . • • Connect Output "An to Active Pull-up "A" and Output "B" to Active Pull-up "B".
6-12

••• See input· output tranafer characteristic graphs on following pages.

,uA9615
!LA9615C Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOL Characteristic Output LOW Voltage Vee

= 5.0 V
Min

± 5%. T = 25°C Min Typ 0.25 Max 0.45 T = 70°C Min Max 0.45 Unit V Condition Vee = 4.75 V, VOUT = •• IOL = 15.0 mA, 'VOIFF = 0.5 V Vee = 4.75 V, VOUT = •• IOH = -5.0 mA, 'VOIFF = -0.5 V VeEX = 5.25 V, 'VOIFF = Vee Vee = 4.75 V Vee = 5.25 V, • 'Vse = 0 V, 'VOIFF = -0.5 V Vee = 5.25 V, VIN = 0.45 V; Other Input = 5.25 V Vee = 5.25 V, VIN = 0.45 V 'VOIFF 0.5 V Vee = 5.25 V, • VOIFF = 0.5 V Max 0.45

T = O"C

VOH

Output HIGH Voltage

2.4

2.4

3.3

2.4

V

leE X

Output Leakage Current Output Shorted Current Input Current -0.9 -14

100

200

!LA

Ise

-100

mA

liN

-0.49 -0.7

-0.7

mA

IIN(ST) IIN(R·e) VeM IR(ST)

Strobe Input Current Response Control Input Current Common Mode Voltage -15 Strobe Input Leakage Current Input Resistor -500 500 1.0 74 -500 -1.0 +15 -1.2 -15

-1.15 -2.4 -3.4 ± 17.5 +15 5.0 -15 +15 10

mA mA V

=

Vee = 5.0 V, 'VOIFF = 1.0 V Vee = 4.75 V, 'VOIFF = -0.5 V VR = 4.5 V Vee = 5.0 V, VIN(R) = 1.0 V, +Input = GND VeM = 0 V Vee = 5.0V ±5% -15:5 VeM VeM:5 +15 V Vee = 5.0 V ±5% Vee = 5.25 V, +Inputs = 0.5 V, -Inputs = 0 V RL = 3.9 kn, Vee = 5.0 V, CL "" 30 pF, Figure t RL = 390 n, Vee = 5.0 V, CL = 30 pF, Figure 1

!LA

RIN

130 80

179 500 1.0 -500 -1.0 500 1.0

n mV V

VTH" •

Differential Input Threshold Voltage

-1.0

lee

Power Supply Current

28.7

50

mA

tpLH

Turn-Off Time

30

75

ns

tpHL

Turn-On Time

30

75

ns

Notes 'VOIFF is a differential input voltage referred from "+IN A" to "-IN A" and from "+IN e" to "-IN e". • • Connect Output "A" to Active Pull· up "A" and Output "e" to Active Pull·up "e".
6·13

••• See input-output transfer characteristic graphs on following pages .

JLA9615
Typical Performance Curves for Output LOW Voltage as a Function of Output LOW Current
300

~A9615

and

~A9615C

Output HIGH Voltage as a Function of Output HIGH Current
0

Output HIGH Voltage as a Function of Ambient Temperature
35 3.0

T.='... C
A
Vcc"'45Y

~
~
0 5.0

~ YC~=5.0V -

~

~ ~Jl..
I--

~ g30 I"'I'---

> I

.0 I'-...

10

I I I I

TA=2S"C

~S5"

.....

~
~
I

~ .~.!!. ......

--20 0

VOtFF=05V

::trJu~
YOH

IoH'" SOmA YOtFF=05Y

0 5

20

:J

o

~ 10

05

10

15

o
20

o

20

30

-40

lOt-OUTPUT LOW CURRENT-rnA

..

_lOt

{ Vcc=4.5Y IOL=15mA

-so

0

20

so

100

140

IOH- OUTPUT HIGH CURRENT -rnA

TA-AMBIENT TEMPERATURE_o C

Input/Output Transfer Characteristics as a Function of VCC
so

Input/Output Transfer Characteristics as a Function of Temperature
0 vJe
Ycc

Strobe Input/Output Transfer Characteristic as a Function of VCC
Vee

-

"'
-<

I I I
VIN

1S0V
V,N

+ ~_ TA==25°C -

so
0 0

~-

TA=~OC
~ .0 Vee 50V !/ ~.:!.!.v,
!:j
30

-

> I

50 I ved=55t

0-

" -:::
<

~
<

<

o0 0 0

r-- ~III

;<

;<

;<
"l

" " "
02

~- ~

~
~

20

0

~ 10
o.
o o
10 20 30

o0
-0.2

-01

01

02

-0'

02
YIN-INPUT YOLTAGE- V

.0

VIN-INPUTVOLTAGE-V

YIN-STROBE INPUT VOLTAGE-V

Strobe Input/Output Transfer Characteristic as a Function Of Ambient Temperature

...

Output Voltage as a Function of Common Mode Voltage
cc
55V

Input Current as a Function of Input Voltage
0 0 Vee 50V

YCC

150V

1 1

1/
L

0

UNTESTED INPUT = 0 y TA=25°C

r---r-~

r

0

:'\.

/ /

0 0

\
;<

0 0

or-- r-0

" " 20 " 10

q~ III

...

~

VPIFF==20Y

-.
25

0

/

V
15

30

.0

Vee=O.oV

1
OS

'" 1
15

-s 0
-25

-25

-15

-5

0

5

15

25

YIN-STROBE INPUTVOLTAGE-Y

YCM-COMMON MODE VOLTAGE-V

VIN-INPUTVOLTAGE

6-14

~A9615
Typical Performance Curves for ,uA9615 and ,uA9615C (Cont.) Power Supply Current as a Function of Power Supply Voltage
70

Power Supply Current as a Function of Ambient Temperature
70 E " I

Switching Time as a Function of Ambient Temperature
70 50 0 0

WITHIACTIV~ PULL!UP

TA"'25°C 50 50
40

l~cc=s'OV VIN=-3V TO+3V

CONNECTED TO ACTIVE PULL DOWN ONLY

\
/..
o
o

+ INPUTS =

Vee

-INPUTS=OV

\V V
/

V

~
~
U

I'RL=39kllee) I
C,~tOpV

~-

" ~
iil
[t

./
10 20

K'" w'1H
30

~~s=ov -'NiuTS=tcc
1
50 60 70

30

Vcc-55V

......
;-

30

'"

~
I

20
10

.9

+ INbuT! vee-= II'TT(I

--

L-11
V V
IPHL

0..0 0 -50

cy,or
60

RL=39D!';_

-

'-

REjiSTOR PULltP
4.0 -50

o

20

0

20

50

100

140

20

0

20

II

100

140

Vee - POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE- V

lA-AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-o C

TA -AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- 0 C

Fig. 1

Switching Time Test Circuit and Waveforms
Vee

,----....,.-+---+3.0 V 0.0 V ------3.0 V

~-

.....

-

VIN~

~----~--~~~-VOUT

VOUT

=:IPH't
~~
L

t,_+3.0V 0.0 V

~~H ':=-

~. -3.0V
1.5V

3.0V

_ _ _~
("USE Y,N OR YiN GROUND OTHER INPUT) STROBE AND RESPONSE ARE LEFT OPEN

Fig. 2
INA+=t>--oOUTA INA-

VERTICAL ~ 2.0 VlDIV. HORIZONTAL ~ 50 no/DIV.

Photograph of a 9615 switching differential data in the presence of h,gh common mode nOise. 6·15

JLA9615
Typical Applications Fig. 3 Standard Usage
DRIVER SYSTEM LINE RECEIVER SYSTEM

9615

TTL LOGIC

Fig. 4

Frequency Response Control

Frequency Response as a Function of Capacitance
10M TA" 25°C
1M

vc~mv

RESPONSE CONTROL PIN

100 k

10k

Notes CR > .01 /LF may cause slowing of rise and fall tomes of the output Due to the mechanIsm of Inductoon of dlfferentoal nOIse, the use of the response control IS not normally needed

k

100 0001

001

01

10

10

CR-CAPACITANCE-"f

6-16

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

~A9616

Triple EIA RS-232-C/ MIL-STD-188C Line Driver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 14-Pln
INA1 INA2

Description The 9616 is a Triple Line Driver which meets the electrical interface specifications of EIA RS-232-C and CCITT V.24 and/or MIL-STD-188C (by the appropriate device selection). Each driver converts TTLlDTL logic levels to EIA/CCITT and/or MIL-STD188C logic levels for transmission between data terminal equipment and data communications equipment. The output slew rate is internally limited and can be lowered by an external capacitor; all output currents are short-circuit limited. The outputs are protected against RS-232-C fault conditions. A logic HIGH on the inhibit terminal interrupts signal transfer and forces the output to a VOL (EIA/CCITT MARK) state. For the complementary function, see the 9617 Triple EIA RS-232-C Line Receiver and the 9627 Dual EIA RS-232-C and MIL-STD-188C Line Receiver. • • INTERNAL SLEW RATE LIMITING MEETS EIA R5-232-C AND CCITT V_24 ANDIOR MIL-STD-188C • LOGIC TRUE INHIBIT FUNCTION • OUTPUT SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT LIMITING • OUTPUT VOLTAGE LEVELS INDEPENDENT OF SUPPLY VOLTAGES Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage Input or Inhibit Voltage Output Signal Voltage Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range RS-232 MIL-STD-188 (9616) RS-232 (9616C) RS-232 MIL-STD-188 (9616E) Pin Temperatures Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s)

INHIBIT A
OUTA
INC

INHIBITC
GND

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package J.LA9616 Ceramic DIP J.LA9616C Ceramic DIP J.LA9616E Ceramic DIP J.LA9616C Molded DIP J.LA9616E Molded DIP Truth Table Input 1 2 L L H H L L L L H L H L H

Code 6A 6A 6A 9A 9A

Part No. J.LA9616DM J.LA9616DC J.LA9616EDC j.LA9616PC J.LA9616EPC

6

Sections A and B Inhibit Output H H H L L

± 15 V -1.5 V to +6.0 V ± 15 V
670mW -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to 70°C O°C to 70°C

X
Truth Table Input L H L H

X
Section C

Inhibit L L H H

Output H L L L

x=

output not dependent on Input

Note 1. For Ceramic and Molded DIP above 8.3 mW/oC.

eo°c derate linearly at

6·17

~A9616
Equivalent Circuit (One of three channels)
V+ I I NOTE

¥
015 3,6,11 14
R9

.I.
I I

Vee,
R5 3.6k!l
017 018

INHIBIT

10.7 !l

01

R7

35 !l

.....-------+----1

4,9,10

OUTPUT

NOTE."

---i< .. - - - - -......---+---....- -.. .
GNO

GNO • A

7

R3

R4

40011

1.2k!l

8 I Vee-

I

-¥V

".I.".
: NOTE

Nota Three external diodes in series with VCC+, VCC- and GND are required 10 meet the ± 2.0 V requirement

6-18

~A9616 AND ~A9616E, RS-232-C and MIL-STD-188C DC Characteristics Vee = ± 12 V ± 10%; Rl ;:::: 3 kfl. See Test Circuit, unless otherwise specified. (Note 2)

Symbol VOH VOL

Characteristic Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Ripple Rejection

Condition VINl and/or VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V VIN 1 = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V Power Supply Ripple = 2.4 Vp-p, f=400 Hz

Min 5.0 -7.0

Typ 6.0 -6.0 0.25

Max 7.0 -5.0

Unit V V

om of
VOUT ±10 % rnA rnA V 0.8 V
~A

VOH to VOL Ise+ IseVIH Vil IIH III 1+
L

Output HIGH Voltage to Output LOW Voltage Magnitude Matching Error Positive Output Short Circuit Current Negative Output Short Circuit Current Input HIGH Voltage Input LOW Voltage Input HIGH Current Input LOW Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current Output Resistance, Power On Output Resistance, Power Off VINl = VIN2 = 2.4 V VINI = VIN2 = 5.5 V VINI = VIN2 = 0.4 V VIN 1 = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V VINI = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V VINI = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V VINI = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V Rl = 6 kfl,
~Il

Rl = 0 fl,VINl and/or VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V

-45

-25 +25

-12 +45

Rl = 0 fl, VINl = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V +12 2.0

40 1.0 -1.6 -1.2 15 7.5 -1.0 -25 0 -15 75 25 15

rnA rnA rnA rnA fl fl

ROUT ROUT
~A9616

= 10 rnA

-2.0 V :::5 VOUT :::5 +2.0 V (Notes 4 and 5) 300

AND ~A9616E, RS-232-C and MIL-STD-188C AC Characteristics 0:::5 TA :::5 70° C, (Notes 2 and 3) Symbol Characteristic Positive Slew Rate Negative Slew Rate tPlH tpHl Propagation Delay Time Propagation Delay Time Condition Min 4.0 -30 Typ 15 -15 740 740 Max 30 -4.0 Unit
V/~s
V/~s

o pF o pF

:::5 Cl :::5 2500 pF, Rl ;:::: 3 kfl :::5 Cl :::5 2500 pF, Rl ;:::: 3 kfl

No Load No Load

ns ns

Notes 2. The operating temperature range for the 9616 is -55°C to + 125°C and 9616E is O°C to +70°C. 3. An external capacitor may be needed to meet signal wave shaping requirements of MIL·STD·188C at the applicable modulation rate. No external capacitor is needed to meet RS-232-C over the operating temperature range of O°C to +70°C. 6-19

4. All Input and supply pins grounded. 5. Three external diodes in series with VCC+. VCC- and GND are required to meet the ± 2.0 V requirement

JLA9616
9616C, EIA RS-232-C DC Characteristics Vee = ± 12 V ± 10%, over operating temperature range. See Test Circuit, RL otherwise specified. Symbol VOH VOL Ise+ IseVIH VIL IIH IlL 1+ Characteristic Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Positive Output Short-Circuit Current Negative Output Short-Circuit Current Input HIGH Voltage Input LOW Voltage Input HIGH Current Input LOW Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current Condition Min 5.0 -7.5 Typ 6.0 -6.0 -25 25 2.0 0.8

= 3 kD, unless
Max 7.5 -5.0 Unit V V mA mA V V /-IA mA mA 22 13 mA mA D 40 1.0

= VINHIBIT = 0.8 V VINl = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V RL = 0 D, VINl and/or VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V RL = 0 D, VINl = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V
VINl and/or VIN2

L
ROUT

= VIN2 = 2.4 V VINl = VIN2 = 5.5 V VINI = VIN2 .. 0.4 V VINl = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V VINl = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V VIN 1 = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 0.8 V VINl = VIN2 = VINHIBIT = 2.0 V
VINl

-1.6

-1.2 15 7.5

-1.0 -22

0 -15

Output Resistance, P,ower Off -2.0 V

::s VOUT ::s +2.0 V (Notes 4 and 5) 300

9616C, EIA RS-232-C AC Characteristics 0 -< TA -< 70°C, (Note 6) Symbol Characteristics Conditions Positive Slew Rate Negative Slew Rate tpLH tpHL Propagation Delay Time Propagation Delay Time

Min 2500 pF, RL ~ 3 kD 2500 pF, RL ~ 3 kD 4.0 -30

Typ 15 -15 740 740

Max 30 -4.0

Unit V//-IS V//-IS ns ns

o pF ::s CL ::s o pF ::s CL ::s
No Load No Load

Notes 4 All mput and supply pins grounded, 5 Three external diodes 10 series with VCC+. VCC- and GND are required to meet the ± 2.0 V requirement 6-20

6 The operating temperature range lor the 9616 is -55·C to +125·C and 9616E is O·C to +70·C.

~A9616
AC Test Circuit
VIN 1

1/39616

Voltage Waveforms

INPUT 10R2 (INHIBIT = LOW)

OV

VOH ________~~~
OUTPUT

~

1.5V

OV----------~_+~--~,_----------------~~~~~-If

Note Omil VIN2 for channel "C". Inpul: Frequency = 50 kHz Pulse Width = 20 P.s Ir and If = 10 ± 5 ns

6·21

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A Schlumberger Company

J.LA9627 • J.LA9627C RS-232C/MIL-STD-188C Dual Line Receivers
Interface Products

Description The 9627 is a Dual Line Receiver which meets the electrical interface specifications of EIA RS-232C and MIL-STD-188C. The input circuitry accommddates ± 25 V input signals and the differential inputs allow user selection of either inverting or non-inverting logic for the receiver operation. The 9627 provides both a selectable hysteresis range and selectable receiver input resistance. When pin 1 is tied to Vee, the typical switching points are at +2.6 V and -2.6 V, thus meeting RS-232-C requirements. When pin 1 is open, the typical switching points are at +50 IJ.A and -50 IJ.A, thus satisfying the requirements to MIL-STD188C LOW level interface. Connecting the RIN pin to the (-) input yields an input impedance in the range of 3 kQ to 7 kQ and satisfies RS-232-C requirements; leaving RIN unconnected, the input resistance will be greater than 6 kQ to satisfy MIL-STD-188C.
The output circuitry is TTL/DTL compatible and will allow "collector-dotting" to generate the wire-OR function. A TTL / DTL strobe is also provided for each receiver. The EIA failsafe mode of operation is shown in the application section of this data sheet.

Connection Diagram 16-PinDIP
16
HYSTERESIS OUTA STROBE A Vee.

RIN A

RIN B

HNA GND Vee-

(Top View) "Internal Connectionmake no connection to this pm.

• • • • • • •

EIA RS-232-C INPUT STANDARDS MIL-STD-188C INPUT STANDARDS VARIABLE HYSTERESIS CONTROL HIGH COMMON-MODE REJECTION RIN CONTROL (5 kQ OR 10 kQ) WIRED-OR CAPABILITY CHOICE OF INVERTING AND NON-INVERTING INPUTS • OUTPUTS AND STROBE nL COMPATIBLE Absolute Maximum Ratings Vee+ to Ground Vee- to Ground Input Voltage Referred to Ground Pin Strobe to Ground Voltage Maximum Applied Output Voltage Storage Temperature Range Operating Temperature Range Military (9627) Commercial (9627C) Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) Pin Temperature Ceramic DIP, (Soldering, 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s)

Order Information Type Package IJ.A 9627 Ceramic DIP IJ.A9627C Ceramic DIP 1J.A.9627C Molded DIP

Code 68 68 98

Part No. IJ.A9627DM IJ.A9627DC IJ.A9627PC

o V to +15 V o V to -15 V
±25 V -0.5 V to +5.5 V -0.5 V to +15 V -65°C to +150°C -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C 730mW

Notes 1. Above 65°C ambient temperature, derate linearly at 8.3 mW/oC

6·22

J,LA9627 • J,LA9627C
Equivalent Circuit (1 /2 of circuit shown)
vcc' ________________~~----~~----~~----_.--------------------~----._------~~---------16
C1

R11 1.28 kIl

R10 7OO1l

R9

700ll

R43 700H

7, 10 --~__4t_., R1 8kll R2 11.3 kll
6,11

R4 2 kll R42 7.6kll

R34 11.3kll R41 3.2kll

07 R17 2.4 kll

R24 5.3kH

R22 1.12 kll

R25 450 II

R23 450 Il

R26 450ll

VCC-~9--------~----~----~----~----~--------------4---------~~------~------~-------4-R29 3.76kll

C 1 C2 C3 C4 1 1 pF Pin 4 and 13 = Internal connection

=

=

=

=

6·23

~A9627 • ~A9627C
#A9627 DC Characteristics Vcc+ = 12 V ± 10%, Vcc- = -12 V ± 10% over Operating Temperature Range, unless otherwise specified.

MIL • STD • 188C Condition (Pins 6 and 11 Open, Inverting Inputs Open, Pin 1 Open) Vcc+ = +10.8 V, VCC- = -13.2 V Non-Inverting Input = -0.6 V,IOL = 6.4 mA Vcc+ = +10.8 V, Vcc- = -13.2 V Non-Inverting Input = +0.6 V, IOH = -0.5 mA Vcc+ = +13.2 V, Vcc- = -10.8 V Non-Inverting Input = +0.6 V Outputs Grounded Vcc+ = +10.8 V, Vs = 2.4 V Vcc- = -13.2 V Non-Inverting Input = +0.6 V Vs = 5.5 V Vcc+ = +13.2 V, Vcc- = -13.2 V Non-Inverting Input = +3.0 V or -3.0 V 6.0 100 -100 0.8 2.0 18 12.4 -16 -11.4 2.4

Symbol VOL VOH

Characteristic Output LOW Voltage Output HIGH Voltage

Min

Typ

Max 0.4

Unit V V

Isc

Output Shorted Current

3.0 40 1.0

mA #A mA
kg

IIH Input HIGH Current (Strobe) (Strobe) RIN ITH+ ITHInput Resistance Positive Threshold Current Negative Threshold Current

= 2.4 V VOUT = 0.4 V
VOUT VNon-lnverting Input

#A #A V V mA mA

VIL Input LOW Voltage (Strobe) (Strobe) VIH Input HIGH Voltage (Strobe) (Strobe) 1+
L

Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current

= -0.6 V VNon-lnverting Input = +0.6 V Vcc+ = +13.2 V, Vcc- = -10.8 V VNon-lnverting Input = -0.6 V ITA = +125°C (9627) VNon-lnverting Input = +0.6 V ITA = +125°C (9627)

RS·232C Condition (Non-Inverting Inputs Connected to Ground, RIN Inputs Connected to Inverting Inputs, Pin 1 Connected to Vcc-) Min VIN VIN

Symbol RIN VIN VTH+ VTH-

Characteristic Input Resistance Input Voltage Positive Threshold Voltage Negative Threshold Voltage TA - +25°C, Vcc+

Typ

Max 7.0 7.0 2.0 +3.0

= +3.0 V to +25 V = -3.0 V to -25 V

3.0 3.0 -2.0 -3.0

Unit kg kg V V V

Open Circuit

AC Characteristics Symbol tpLH tpHL

= +12 V, Vcc- = -12 V, MIL-STD-188C. RS-232C
Condition See AC Teat Circuit See AC Teat Circuit Min Typ 60 Max 250 250 Unit na na

Characteristic Propagation Delay Time Propagation Delay Time

84

6-24

p,A9627 • p,A9627C
AC Test Circuit and Waveforms
Vou7(10) 6(11) 5(12) 47011 +5.0 V VIN_----! VIN

Threshold Current Matching Circuit

Vcc+~VCC-

1 6 - - - Vcc+~12V

8~GND
9 - - - Vcc-~ -12V
PIN10PEN

ADJUST POT TO ACHIEVE POSITIVE THRESHOLD CURRENT AND NEGATIVE THRESHOLD CURRENT MATCHING

Note.
15 pF includes jig capacitance All diodes are FD777 or equivalent

PRR =10 kHz, PW=50MS, Ir=I,=5 no

VOUT _ _ _ _

+-.1


1/39616

EIA R5-232C Interface with Failsafe Receiver (Pin 1 Connected to VCC-)

DATA 2

-'~

INHIBIT

>

r----

DATA OUT IS LOW IF INPUT IS OPEN. OR INPUT IS SHORTED TO AB. OR DRIVER POWER IS OFF.

EIA RS-232C

INTERFACE----I

)
10kn

DATA OUT

SIGNAL COMMON RETURN

+5V

Vcc-

CIRCUIT

6·25

p,A9627 • p,A9627C
MIL-STD-188C Interface (Pin 1 Open)
1/69N04/7404

I~~T:T -I >,.........."

DATA OUT

(NOT~~»__

.::SI:.:G::;N::Al::C:;,O:::M::;M:::.O:::N"---_-7)
RETURN

>-----,
~

470 l!

PIN 1 OPEN
~

Vcc+

50 k!l

Vcc-

Capacitor for transmitter waveshapmg at applicable modulation rate

6-26

FAIRCHILO
A Schlumberger Company

,uA9636A Dual Programmable Slew Rate Line Driver EIA RS-423 Driver
Interface Products Connection Diagram a-Pin DIP

Description The IlA9636A is a TTL/CMOS compatible, dual, single-ended, line driver which has been specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of EIA Standard RS-423. The IlA9636A is suitable for use in digital data transmission systems where signal wave shaping is desired. The output slew rates are jointly controlled by a single external resistor connected between the wave shaping control (WS) pin and ground. This eliminates any need for external filtering of the output signals. Output voltage levels and slew rates are independent of power supply variations. Current limiting is provided in both output states. The IlA9636A is designed for nominal power supplies of ± 12 V. Inputs are TTL compatible with input current loading low enough (1/10 UL) to be also compatible with CMOS logic. Clamp diodes are provided on the inputs to limit transients below ground. • PROGRAMMABLE SLEW RATE LIMITING • MEETS EIA RS-423 REQUIREMENTS • COMMERCIAL OR MILITARY TEMPERATURE RANGE • OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION • TTL AND CMOS COMPATIBLE INPUTS

WAVESHAPE CONTROL IN A IN B GND

Vcc+
OUT A OUT B

Vcc -

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA9636A Ceramic DIP IlA9636A Ceramic DIP IlA9636A Molded DIP

Code 6T 6T 9T

Part No. IlA9636ARM • IlA9636ARC IlA9636ATC

RS-423

System Application
Vcc+
TWISTED PAIR OR FLAT CABLE

+ 5.0 V

Vcc-

Note Newer versions will not require the external diode and normal opera lion IS not Impaired if the diode IS absent

6-27

,uA9636A
Absolute Maximum Ratings TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted Vcc+ Pin Potential to Ground Pin VCC- to + 15 V VCC- Pin Potential to Ground Pin +0.5 to -15 V VCC+ Pin Potential to VCC- Pin 0 to +30 V Output Potential to Ground Pin ± 15 V Output Source Current -150 rnA Output Sink Current 150 rnA Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) 9T Molded DIP 1.3 W 1.15 W 6T Ceramic DIP Operating Temperature Military (9636ARM) Commercial (9636ARC / ATC) Storage Temperature Pin Temperature Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) -55°C to 125° C O°C to 70° C -65° C to 150° C 260° C 300°C

Noles 1. Derate at 7,7 mW/oC for ambient temperature above 25°C for 6T package and derate 11,1 mW / ° C for 9T package.

!LA9636A Recommended Operating Conditions !LA9636ARM Characteristic Positive Supply Voltage (Vcc+) Negative Supply Voltage (VCC-) Operating Ambient Temperature (T A) Wave Shaping Resistance (RwS) !LA9636A Electrical Characteristics Symbol VOHI vOH2 VOH3 VOlt VOL2 VOL3 Ro Isc+ ISClOX VIH VIL VCD IlL IIH ICC+ ICCCharacteristic Output HiGH Voltage Min 10.8 -13.2 -55 10 Typ 12 -12 25 Max 13.2 -10.8 125 500 !LA9636ARC,!LA9636ATC Min 10.8 -13.2 0 10 Typ 12 -12 25 Max 13.2 -10.8 70 1000 Unit V V °C kfl

Over recommended temperature supply voltage and wave shaping resistance ranges unless noted. Condition RL to GND (RL RL to GND (RL RL to GND (RL Min 5.0 5.0 4.0 -6.0 -6.0 -6.0 -150 15 -100 2.0 0.8 liN VIN Typ 5.6 5.6 5.5 -5.7 -5.6 -5.4 25 (Note 2) -60 60 Max 6.0 6.0 6.0 -5.0 -5.0 -4.0 50 -15 150 100 Unit V V V V V V n rnA rnA !LA V V V !LA 10 100 18 !LA !LA rnA rnA

Output LOW Voltage Output Resistance Output Short Circuit Current Output Short Circuit Current Output Leakage Current Input HiGH Voltage Input LOW Voltage Input Clamp Diode Input LOW Current Input HIGH Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current

= 00) = 3 kfl) = 450 fl) RL to GND (RL = 00) RL to GND (RL = 3 kfl) RL to GND (RL = 450 fl)
450 n

s RL VOUT = 0 V, VIN = 0 V VOUT = 0 V, VIN = 2.0 V VOUT = ±6 V, Power-Off

= 15 rnA

-1.5 -80

-1.1 -16 1.0 10 13

= 0.4 V = 2.4 V = 5.5 V Vcc+ = +12 V, VCC- = -12 V RL = 00, RwS = 100 kn, VIN = 0 V VCC+ = +12 V, VCC- = -12 V RL = 00, RwS = 100 kn, VIN = 0 V
VIN VIN

-18

-13

Notes 2. Only one output should be shorted at a time.

6·28

~A9636A
~A9636A

AC Characteristics Symbol

TA = 25°C, Vee = ± 12 V Rws RWS RWS RWS

± 10%, see AC Test Circuit
Min 0.8 8.0 40 80 0.8 8.0 40 80 Typ 1.1 11 55 110 1.1 11 55 110 Max 1.4 14 70 140 1.4 14 70 140 Unit
~s ~s ~s
~s

Characteristic Output Rise Time

Condition

tr

tf

Output Fall Time

= 10 kfl = 100 kfl = 500 kfl = 1000 kfl RWS = 10 kfl RwS = 100 kfl RwS = 500 kfl RWS = 1000 kfl

~s ~s
~s

~s

Typical Performance Curves

Input/Output Transfer Characteristic vs Temperature
I-+-+-+-t~+-+~~~- ~ ~l~\V

Input Current vs Input Voltage
200

Output Current vs Output Voltage (Power On)
Rws
~

~Ivccl
vee
co

0

112

vi

-55°C

f--+-+-+-t~+-+=~s 45~O~lkll

150 -Bws

12V 100 kll

25°C -----i
125°C
~

---...

4Of--+-+-+-t~+-+vcc,

TA -= 25"C

-12 V

100 kll

I
0

60 40 20
70°C

100
125¢C

~

30t=l==~t:5::$~::t:~=t~
20

" ~
~ ... ::>

f~

50

~ 10

~

-50
-100

11"'-

~

§

I!: ::>

25"C -20

-55°C

O'C
-40 55°C -60 04 08 12 16 18 -200
-150

I~- 25°C
I - - 125°C

g
3 4 5 6

0r-+-,r-+-t~+-+-+~r-~ u ~ -10

30 r-HIt-+-+-+/-rt--.l+-.l-II-+--i -40b=*"LI--+...-4-F==F=F:::.j.~1--l
OUTPUT VOLTAGE V

-20 I-+-+-+-t~+--!V-'N-+O-V+-+--l

o

1

-5~lLO--'_8-_6'--_..L.4---'_2'--.l.-...J2'--.1.4--'6-"'-8--"0

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

INPUT YOlTAGE-V

Output Current vs Output Voltage (Power Off)
100 80 60

Supply Current vs Temperature

Transition Time vs RwS
1,000

I

I

II

~

r- I

Vee' - VIN - 0 F0600 DIODE CONNECTED IN SERIES WITH Vee PIN

- r~

30
~
o
::>

40

Rws"'"' 100 k!l-

v;, ~ ~12 J
LOGIC

55'Cf:

...I ...
0

40 20 0 -20 -40 -60 -80

20 10

JiVIN =

o- r-

100

,

Wc'l1
25°C

u

::>

~

)

~
~

Icc-

~LOGIC

VIN = 1

J~OGIC
-10
Ice~

10

VIN = 1

~ ::>

-20 -30
-40

'LOGIC_
VIN = 0

,
V
300 k Rws -

70°C & 125°C

iil

-100 -10

I I I I
55
25
70

-8

~6

-4

-2

0

2

4
V

6

8

10

125

1

10 k 20 k 50 k 100 k

1M

3M
JI

OUTPUT VOLTAGE -

TEMPERATURE _ °C

WAVE SHAPING RESISTANCE -

6·29

~A9636A
AC Test Circuit and Waveforms
+12 V

V,N--.....-...;.....;-I

><:>-...;.....;.....- - - _ - - VOUT
450 !l
CL 30 pF

7 (6)

51 !l

-12 V

CL -

Includes Jig and probe capacilance

VIN Ampiliude 3 0 V Offsel 0 V Pulse W,dlh 500 I'S PRR 1 kHz

I r . If

10 ns

6-30

FAIRCHIL.O
A Schlumberger Company

,uA9637A Dual Differential Line Receiver
Interface Products Connection Diagram a-Pin DIP

Description The J.lA9637 A is a Schottky Dual Differential Line Receiver which has been specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of EIA Standards RS-422 and RS-423. In addition, the J.lA9637 A satisfies the requirements of MIL-STD 188-114 and is compatible with the International Standard CCITT recommendations. The pA9637 A is suitable for use as a line receiver in digital data systems, using either single-ended or differential, unipolar or bipolar transmission. It requires a single 5 V power supply and has Schottky TTL compatible outputs. The J.lA9637 A has an operational input common mode range ± 7 V either differentially or to ground. • • • • • • • • DUAL CHANNELS SINGLE 5 V SUPPLY SATISFIES EIA STANDARDS RS-422 AND RS-423 BUILT IN ± 35 mV HYSTERESIS HIGH COMMON MODE RANGE HIGH INPUT IMPEDANCE TTL COMPATIBLE OUTPUT SCHOTTKY TECHNOLOGY TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted

vcc+
OUT A OUT B GND

IN A+ IN AIN B+ IN B-

Top View

Order Information Type Package pA9637 A Ceramic DIP pA9637 A Ceramic DIP J.lA9637 A Molded DIP

Code 6T 6T 9T

Part No. J.lA9637ARM pA9637ARC J.lA9637ATC

Absolute Maximum Ratings

Supply Voltage (Vee Potential to Ground) -0.5 V to 7.0 V Input Potential to Ground Pin ± 15 V Differential Input Voltage ± 15 V -0.5 V to 5.5 V Output Potential to Ground Pin Output Sink Current 50 rnA Internal Power Dissipation (Note 1) 6T Ceramic DIP 1. 15 W 9T Molded DIP 1.3 W Operating Temperature pA9637ARM -55°C to 125°C pA9637ARC,pA9637ATC O°C to 70°C Storage Temperature -65°C to 150°C Pin Temperature Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 30 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s)

6-31

f.LA9637A
Equivalent Circuit
,---~--------~--------------~--------~-------'---'---------'-----VeCT R25
R7

R14

R15

R8

R24

R23

08

R11

R18

R3

Vee
t--------<,-I:.
R16 017

2,3

Vo

+IN _7-,-,5--.....-.N'V'-_---I-------t------.

R6

020

R19

RS

-=
~A9637A

GND

Recommended Operating Conditions
~A9637ARM ~A9637ARC,~A9637ATC

Characteristic Supply Voltage (Vee> Operating Ambient Temperature (T A)

Min 4.5 -55

Typ 5.0 25

Max 5.5 125

Min 4.75 0

Typ 5.0 25

Max 5.25 70

Unit
V

°c

6·32

JLA9637A
JLA9637A
Electrical Characteristics Symbol VTH VTH(R) liN VOL VOH Ise Icc VHYST Characteristic Differential Input Threshold Voltage Differential Input Threshold Voltage Input Current Output LOW Voltage Output HIGH Voltage Output Short Circuit Current Supply Current Input Hysteresis Over recommended temperature and supply voltage ranges, unless otherwise noted. Condition (1) -7.0 V ::5 VeM ::5 7.0 V (3) -7.0 V ::5 VeM ::5 7.0 V (4) VIN = 10 V, 0 ::5 Vee ::5 5.5 V (5) VIN = -10 V, 0::5 Vee::5 5.5 V (5) Min -0.2 -0.4 Typ Max 0.2 0.4 3.25 0.5 -100 50 Unit V V rnA rnA V V rnA rnA mV

1.1 -3.25 -1.6
0.35 2.5 -40 3.5 -75 35 70

= 20 rnA, Vee = Min = -1.0 rnA, Vee = Min VOUT = 0 V, Vee = Max (6) Vee = Max, VIN(+) = 0.5 V, VIN(-) = GND, (Both outputs low) VeM = ± 7 V (See curves)
IOL IOH

JLA9637A
AC Characteristics Symbol IpLH tpHL Vee = 5 V, TA = 25°C Condition (1) See AC Test Circuit See AC Test Circuit Min Typ 15 13 Max 25 25 Unit ns ns Characteristic Propagation Delay Time LOW to HIGH Propagation Delay Time HIGH to LOW

Noles 2 Use Min I Max values specified In recommended operating conditIOns 3. TYPical limits are at Vce = 5 a v and 25°e 4. VDIFF (Differenlial Input Voltage) = (VIN+) - (VIN-) VCM (Common Mode Input Voltage) = (VIN+) or (VIN-)

5 500!l ± 1% In series with Inputs 6 The input not under test IS lied 10 ground 7 Only one output should be shorted al a time.


100

Typicallnput/Output Transfer Characteristics
Vcc-·S2SV

VJc"'475Y

I I I I
: VeM
1

I I
I

IrI
:

3

VCM '" ±7V

I I I
I

1~=~7V

oov~

o
100

..

:

I I

I:

I I

I
1

!

VCM~OV"""":

I I

I
I

I

..

0

100

100

.

.

..

INPUT VOLTAGE-mY

INPUT VOLTAGE-mV

6·33

J-LA9637A
AC Test Circuit and Waveforms
Vee
~

5V

VOUT

Vee

~

5 V +O.5V

V,N 51 0

8(6)

392 n
V,N

7(5) 15 pF

-O.5V

CL

3.92 kn

CL Includes jig and probe capacitance. All diodes are F0700 or equivalent.

VIN

Amplitude' 1 0 V Offset· 0.5 V Pulse Width: 100 ns PRR. 5 MHz tr If = S 5 ns

Typical Application RS-422 System Application (FIPS 1020) Differential Simplex Bus Transmission
TWISTED PAIR OR FLAT CABLE

+5V

+5V

...JL

~

DUAL RS·422 LINE DRIVER +5V

Note Rt 2: 50 n for RS·422 operatton Rt combined wilh Input impedance of receIvers must be greater than 90 n.

6-34

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JLA9638 Dual High-Speed Differential Line Driver (EIA-RS-422)
Interface Products Connection Diagram a·Pin DIP

Description The 9638 is a Schottky, TTL-compatible Dual Channel Differential Line Driver, designed specifically to meet the EIA-RS-422 specifications. It is designed to provide unipolar differential drive to twisted-pair or parallel-wire transmission lines. The inputs are TTL compatible. The outputs are similar to totem-pole TTL outputs, with active pull-up and pull-down. The device features a short-circuit protected active pull-up with low output impedance and is specified to drive 50 n transmission lines at high speed. The mini DIP provides high package density. • • • • • • • SINGLE 5 V SUPPLY SCHOTTKY TECHNOLOGY TTL AND CMOS·COMPATIBLE INPUTS OUTPUT SHORT·CIRCUIT PROTECTION INPUT CLAMP DIODES COMPLEMENTARY OUTPUTS MINIMUM OUTPUT SKEW « 1 ns TYPICAL) 50 mA OUTPUT DRIVE CAPABILITY FOR 50 n TRANSMISSION LINES MEETS EIA·RS·422 SPECIFICATIONS PROPAGATION DELAY OF LESS THAN 10 ns "GLITCH LESS" DIFFERENTIAL OUTPUT DELAY TIME STABLE WITH Vee AND TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS « 2 ns TYPICAL) (FIGURE 3) -0.5 V to +7.0 V -0.5 V to +7.0 V 800mW -55·Cto +125·C O· C to 70· C -65· C to +150· C 260· C 300·C

Vee
INCH.1 INCH.2 GND

CH.1 OUTB CH.1 OUT A CH.2 OUTB CH.2 OUT A

(Top View)


• • • •

Order Information Type Package ILA9638 Ceramic DIP ILA9638 Ceramic DIP ILA9638 Molded DIP

Code 6T 6T 9T

Part No. ILA9638RM ILA9638RC ILA9638TC

Absolute Maximum Ratings Vee Pin Potential to Ground Pin Input Voltage Internal Power Dissipation Operating Temperature 9638RM 9638RC,9638TC Storage Temperature Pin Temprature Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 30 s)

6·35
-.----:.-=-------.-------.--"~~--- --.

---"'-".---------==------

-~--

#LA9638
Recommended Operating Conditions Symbol Characteristic Supply Voltage Vee Output HIGH Current 10H Output LOW Current 10L Ambient Temperature TA Electrical Characteristics Symbol VIH VIL VI VOH Characteristic Input HIGH Voltage Input LOW Voltage Clamped Input Voltage Output HIGH Voltage 9638RC,9638TC 9638RM 9638RM Typ Min 4.5 5.0 Max 5.5 -50 50 125 9638RC,9638TC Min Typ Max 4.75 5.0 5.25 -50 50 0 70 Unit V mA mA °C

-55

Over recommended ambient temperature, unless otherwise noted Condition (Notes 1 and 2) Min 2.0 0.8 0.7 -1.0 2.5 2.0 0.5 50 25 -200 -50 2.0 0.4 3.0 0.4 -150 V /LA /LA /LA mA V V V V /LA mA 3.5 V -1.2 Typ Max Unit V V V

VOL liN IIH IlL lOS

Output LOW Voltage Input Current at Maximum Input Voltage Input HIGH Current Input LOW Current Short-Circuit Output Curren

= Min, liN = -18 mA Vee = Min, 10H = -10 mA VIH = VIH Min, VIL = VIL Max 10H = -40 mA Vee = Min, VIH = VIH Min, VIL = VIL Max, 10L = 40 mA Vee = Max, VIN Max = 5.5 V Vee = Max, VIH = 2.7 V Vee = Max, VIL = 0.5 V Vee = Max, Vour = 0 V
Vee

Terminated Output Voltage Vr, Vr Vr - Vr Output Balance See Figure 1 VOS.VOS Output Offset Voltage Vos-Vos Output Offset Balance Ix lee Output Leakage Current Supply Current (both drivers) -0.25 V

<

Vx

<

6.0 V

100 45 65

All input at 0 V, Vee

= 5.5 V, no load
Min

AC Characteristics Symbol tpHL tpLH tf tr Characteristic Propagation Delay TA RL Condition Typ 10 10 10 10 1 Max 20 20 20 20 Unit ns ns ns ns ns

Fall Time, 90% - 10% Rise Time, 10% - 90% Skew Between Outputs tpA-tPB A and B

= 25°C, CL = 15 pF (Note 2), = 100 fl, See Figure 2

Notes 1 Use minimum and maximum values specified in recommended operating conditions. 6·36

2. TYPical limits are at Vee = 5.0 and TA = 25°e.

~A9638
DC Test Circuit Fig. 1 Terminated Output Voltage and Output Balance
+
50 II

Y,N

VT

50 II

Fig. 2

AC Test Circuit and Voltage Waveform
~-----'------~------VOUT

Y,N

ICL
-=-

RL 100 II
VCiU'T

___ 1.5....11
Y,N •

90%
IPLH

I CL
Notes 1 The pulse generator has the following characteristics ZOUT = 50 12, PRR = 500 kHz tw = 100 ns, tr :$ 5 ns 2 CL Includes probe and Jig capacitance

VOUT-VOUT------,'

Fig. 3

Typical Delay Characteristics

,.

,.
14


3

14 12

,.
~

f--

0 25 50 75 100 125

12

,.

t--

-vcc-v

t-

•o

50

2S

AMBIENT TEMPEAATURE_oC

6·37

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

JlA1488 RS-232C Quad Line Driver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 14-Pln DIP
VeeINA

Description The /LA 1488 is an EIA RS-232C specified Quad Line Driver. This device is used to interface data terminals with data communications equipment. The /LA 1488 is a pin-for-pin replacement of the MC 1488. • CURRENT LIMITED OUTPUT- ± 10 mA TYP • POWER-OFF SOURCE IMPEDANCE 300nMIN • SIMPLE SLEW RATE CONTROL WITH EXTERNAL CAPACITOR • FLEXIBLE OPERATING SUPPLY RANGE Absolute Maximum Ratings (at 25°C unless otherwise noted) Power Supply Voltages +15 V vee+ -15 V VCC-15 Vdc to +7.0 Vdc Input Voltage Range (VIR) Output Signal Voltage ± 15 Vdc Continuous Total Power Dissipation (Note 1) 800mW Operating Temperature O°C to 70 0 e -65°C to +150°C Storage Temperature Pin Temperatures Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) 300°C Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) 260°C Circuit Schematic ('A of Circuit Shown)

OUT A IN B1 IN B2 OUTB

GND

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /LA 1488 Ceramic DIP /LA 1488 Molded DIP

Code 6A
9A

Part No. /LA1488DC /LA 1488PC

Notes 1 Above 60°C ambient temperatures. derate linearly at 83 mW/oC

V e c . - - . . - - - - - -.....- -.....- - - - - ,
8.2 k
PINS 4, 9, 12 OR 2

14

6.2 k

INPUTS

{-+n-.,
300 OUTPUT PINS 6, 8, 11 OR 3

PINS 5, 10, 13

GND7""l
10 k

1 Vee- - - - -_ _-_----~>__--'

6-38

JlA1488
DC Characteristics Vcc+ = +9.0 V ± 1%, Vccunless otherwise noted VIL

= -9.0 V

± 1%, TA

= 0 to +70°C,
Fig 1 1 2 2 +6.0 +9.0 +7.0 V +10.5 Min Typ 1.0 Max Unit 1.6 10

Symbol Characteristic IlL IIH VOH Input LOW Current Input HIGH Current Output HIGH Voltage

Condition

VOL

Output LOW Voltage

los+ losROUT

Positive Output Short-Circuit Current Negative Output Short-Circuit Current Output Resistance

Icc+

Positive Supply Current

Icc-

Negative Supply Current

Pc

Power Consumption

=0 VIH = 5.0 V VIL = 0.8 V, RL = 3.0 kQ VCC+ = +9.0 V, VCC- = -9.0 V VIL = 0.8 V, RL = 3.0 kQ VCC+ = +13.2 V, Vcc- = -13.2 V VIH = 1.9 V, RL = 3.0 kQ Vcc+ = +9.0 V, VCC- = -9.0 V VIH = 1.9 V, RL = 3.0 kQ Vcc+ = +13.2 V, Vcc- = -13.2 V VIL = 0.8 V (Note 2) VIH = 1.9 V (Note 2) Vcc+ = VCC- = 0 V, Vo = ±2.0 V RL = co VIH = 1.9 V, Vcc+ = +0.9 V VIL = 0.8 V, VCC- = +9.0 V VIH = 1.9 V, VCC+ = +12 V VIL = 0.8 V, VCC+ = +12 V VIH = 1.9 V, Vcc+ = +15 V VIL = 0.8 V, VCC+ = +15 V RL = co VIH = 1.9 V, VCC- = -9.0 V VIL = 0.8 V, VCC- = -9.0 V VIH = 1.9 V, VCC- = -12 V VIL = 0.8 V, VCC- = -12 V VIH = 1.9 V, VCC- = -15 V VIL = 0.8 V, VCC- = -15 V VCC+ = 9.0 V, VCC- = -9.0 V VCC+ = 12 V, VCC- = -12 V = -9.0 V
+ 1%, TA -

rnA /LA

2 2 3 3 4

-6.0 -9.0 +6.0 -6.0 300

-7.0 V -10.5 +10 -10 +12 -12

rnA rnA
Q

5

+15 +4.5 +19 +5.5

+20 +6.0 +25 +7.0 +34 +12

rnA

-13 5 -18

-17 rnA
-15 -23 -15 -34 -2.5 333 576

/LA rnA /LA rnA rnA
mW

AC Characteristics tpLH tpHL tf tr

Vcc+

= +9.0 V

± 1%, Vcc-

= 25°C
Fig 6 6 Min Typ 220 70 70 55 Max Unit 350 ns 175 75 ,100 ns

Symbol Characteristic Propagation Delay Time Fall Time Rise Time

Condition RL RL

= 3.0 kQ, CL = 15 pF = 3.0 kQ, CL = 15 pF

Notes 2 MaxImum Package Power DIssIpatIon may be exceeded If all outputs are shorted sImultaneously
6-39

JLA1488
Typical Performance Curves Transfer Characteristics as a Function of Power Supply Voltage
2

Output Voltage and Current Limiting Characteristics
20

Short-Circuit Output Current as a Function of Temperature
12.--__: : : - , - - , - - , - - , - - , - - , - - - - ,

r>

vee,

I I +1i V
+9 v
±6 V
~

12
Vee

1""\
\.

01-- Vee

" ~
!1 ... ::>

l

0

I I
V"~VO"'
3 kll

5 0_, o
2

u ...

i
~ ::>
0

...

E I
40

I\:~

t-..

'O~-+-~-+-~-+-~-+~

::> -40
19

\
v

n\..O~~\~~

'\

Vee
~

·90Y

V"

\

\..

los

-12

v"

J II II
04

08 V

0'

12

16

20

-20 -16

~ I-- I-I Vee·~:t9 -=
V

i\ F= ~

19~ -=
o
08 V Vee 90 V

-50 ~-+-+--+-+--+--l---+~

loe

-80

'0

16
TEMPERATURE- 0 C

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

OUTPUT VOLTAGE-V

Maximum Operating Temperature as a Function of Power Supply Voltage

Output Slew Rate as a Function of Load Capacitance
1000

\
\
\

>

" ~
!1
il:
~
'0
0

l

12

iil

'" ~
~

v"

40

-or VO"~S
f' -=100

vee
0 -75
TEMPERATURE Q

== 1000

75
C

125

10 10

i\
10,000

10

CAPACITANCE-pF

DC Test Circuits Fig. 1 Input Current
+9 V -9 V

14 2 4 10

5

9
12

13 7

? I

t

IIH

+5 V

1
6-40

JLA1488
Fig. 3 Output Short-Circuit Current
VCC+ Vcc+1.9 V 2 14

Fig. 5

Power-Supply Currents
VCC+

3 6

+1.9 V VIH!

2
4

10s-1

4 9

7
9 11 V,L 12

los.
12 +0.8 V

-=

+0.8 V

Vcc-

Fig. 4

Output Resistance (Power-off) Fig. 6
Y,N

AC Test Circuit and Voltage Waveform

3
4

-o-I3-k
-=
RL

-1I-=
1sPF
CL

VOUT

6
VOUT

8 9
10

±2 Vdc
Y,N

~
tPHL

1'S:3V

-------oV

11

VOUT - - -.......

13 Ir and If are measured 10% 10 90%

6-41

FAIRCHILD
A Sehlumberger Company

f.lA 1489 • f.lA 1489A RS-232C Quad Line Receivers
Interface Products Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
IN A RESPONSE 2 CONTROL A 3 OUT A IN B RESPONSE 5 CONTROL B OUT B 9 RESPONSE 8 CONTROL C OUTC

Description The !LA 1489 and the !LA 1489A are EIA RS-232C specified Quad Line Receivers. These devices are used to interface data terminals with data communications equipment. The !LA 1489 and !LA 1489A are pin-for-pin replacements of the MC 1489 and MC 1489A respectively. • • • • INPUT RESISTANCE 3.0 kfl to 7.0 kfl INPUT SIGNAL RANGE ± 30 V INPUT THRESHOLD HYSTERESIS BUILT IN RESPONSE CONTROL a) LOGIC THRESHOLD SHIFTING b) INPUT NOISE FILTERING +10Vdc ±30 Vdc 20 mA 800 mW O°C to 70°C -65°C to + 175°C

vee

GND

Absolute Maximum Ratings Power Supply Voltage Input Voltage Range Output Load Current Continuous Total Power Dissipation (Note 1) Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Pin Temperatures Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s)
Notes

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package !LA 1489 Ceramic DIP !LA 1489 Molded DIP /-LA 1489A Ceramic DIP !LA 1489A Molded DIP

Code 6A 9A 6A 9A

Part No. !LA 1489DC !LA 1489PC /-LA 1489ADC !LA 1489APC

1 Above 60°C ambient temperature. derate linearly at

83 mw/'e

Circuit Schematic (1/4 of circuit shown)
. . . - - _ -...........;..;.Vce
14

1.6 kll
RESPONSE _2_ _ _ _ _ _ _..........R"'F...,...-+_-. CONTROL OUTPUT

3.55 kll INPUT --iVV\r-1r--..........- - - i : .

10 kll
~-....._ - - -....._~~-~--GND

7

6·42

JLA 1489 • JLA 1489A
DC Characteristics Vee = 5.0 V ± 1%, response control pin is open, TA = O°C to 70°C unless otherwise noted. Condition VIH = 25 V VIH = 3.0 V VIL = -25 V VIL = -3.0 V TA =25°C, VOL :S 0.45 V TA=25°C, VOH 2: 2.5 V, IL = -0.5 mA IlA1489 IlA 1489A IlA1489 2 IlA14 89A 2 2 3 VIH = 5.0 V VIH = 5.0 V 4 4 0.75 2.6 0.8 4.0 0.2 3.0 20 100 26 130 1.25 5.0 0.45 V V mA mA mW Fig 1 1 2 Min 3.6 0.43 -3.6 -0.43 1.0 1.75 0.75 1.95 Typ Max 8.3 -8.3 1.5 2.25 1.25 V Unit mA mA V

Symbol Characteristic IIH IlL VIHL Positive Input Current Negative Input Current Input Turn-on Threshold Voltage

VILH

Input Turn-off Threshold Voltage

VOH VOL los lee Pe

Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Output Short-circuit Current Power Supply Current Power Consumption

VIH = 0.75 V, IL = -0.5 mA Input open circuit, IL = -0.5 mA VIL = 3.0 V, IL = 10 mA

AC Characteristics tPLH tPHL tr tf Rise Time Fall Time

Symbol Characteristic

Vee = 50 V + - 1%, TA = 25°C Condition RL = 3.9 kfl RL = 390 fl RL = 3.9 kfl RL = 390 fl

Fig 5 5

Min

Typ 25 25 120 10

Max 85 50 175 20

Unit ns ns

Propagation Delay Time

Typical Performance Curves

Input Current as a Function of Input Voltage
10

Input Threshold Voltage as a Function of Temperature
24

Input Threshold Voltage as a Function of Power Supply Voltage

60

20

r- t- ".'''~, )- ""-..;....;,.!'!~IL

I I I

-

20

V
./

./
6

V
-20

08
4

r-- ~\rIHL
J.l A1489 V ILH

,/
-60

./

-10
-25

Y
y"
50 0 50

1-'41489A Vic H

15

15

0
25

I
60

I
60

I

120

10 1--_-f_4...:.y,::::"'...:.,Ar.;.;'.;;:48;;..9+--+--i ______ ,VI_H (=9=='A~'4~891:==j:==f==I
IlA1489A

INPUT VOLTAGE-V

TEMPERATURE - " C

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE-V

6·43

~A1489
Performance Curves (Cont.)

• ~A1489A

IJ.A 1489 Input Threshold Voltage Adjustment

...
50

IJ.A 1489A Input Threshold Voltage Adjustment
•• r-'--r-r-,~c-r-~'--r-, RT=..SOkll RT-<>C> RT=-11kH
5.~VrTH+=~+~5_.V-r~~I-,~r-VT~H_=~-5r·~V

RT= 5 kn
VTH=+50Y

Ai~

..
§!
~ j!:

> 40 I

~
)'\H }IHL

~

30 '0 10

y
AT

III
-=- YTH

:> 0

1

/

VT1=+rv
-10 -30

RT = 13 kH

_~T=11kn

-1 .... 1
o
30

1'"y r I I I
•.0

I

1

-1 ~3!-::.~......J~:--.!-....L...-::3':.-'---'-:.'=' ......
INPUT YOLTAGE-V

INPUT VOLTAGE-Y

Test Circuits Fig. 1 Input Current
V'N
+5.0 V

Fig. 3
14

Output Short-Circuit Current
Vee

14

,.
"
L....---~--1
13 11

10

12
13

Fig. 2

Output Voltage and Input Threshold Voltage
VIHL

Fig. 4

Power Supply Current
Vee

I
YIHLO OPEN 0

VILH

+50V
VILH

50 V

Icc

14

14

,.
13

10

r
VOH

,.

10

13

11

-:

Ii
6-44

/.LA 1489 • /.LA 1489A
Fig. 5 AC Test Circuit and Voltage Waveforms
50 V

Fig. 6

Response Control Node
VR

Rl

ALL DIODES FD600 OR EQUIVALENT

VOUT

1/4 /1A 1489A

Note CT = 15 pf = Total parasitic capacitance, which includes probe and Jig capacitance.

Notes Capacitor IS for noise filtering Resistor is for threshold shifting

I, AND If
MEASURED 10%- 90%

6-45

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

f.lA55/751 07Aef.lA751 078 f.lA751 088 Dual Line Receivers
Interface Products Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
INAl IN A2
NC OUTA STROBE A STROBE

Description The devices in this series are high-speed, twochannel Line Receivers with common voltage supply and ground terminals. They are designed to detect input signals of 25 mV (or greater) amplitude and convert the polarity of the signal into appropriate TTL compatible output logic levels. They feature high-input impedance and low-input currents which induce very little loading on the transmission line making these devices ideal for use in party line systems. The receiver input common mode voltage range is ± 3 V but can be increased 10' ± 15 V by the use of input attenuators. Separate or common strobes are available. The 55/75107 circuits feature an active pull-up (totem-pole output). The 751 08B circuit features an open collector output configuration that permits wired-OR connections. The receivers are designed to be used with the 55110/75110A line drivers. These line receivers are useful in high-speed balanced, unbalanced and party-line transmission systems and as data comparators. • HIGH SPEED • STANDARD SUPPLY VOLTAGES • DUAL CHANNELS • HIGH COMMON-MODE REJECTION RATIO • HIGH INPUT IMPEDANCE • HIGH INPUT SENSITIVITY • INPUT COMMON-MODE VOLTAGE RANGE OF ±3 V • SEPARATE OR COMMON STROBES • WIRED-OR OUTPUT CAPABILITY • HIGH dc NOISE MARGINS • STROBE INPUT CLAMP DIODES • INPUT IS DIODE PROTECTED AGAINST POWEROFF LOADING ON B VERSIONS DEVICES Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage (Note 1) . ±7V Internal Power Dissipation (Note 3) 670mW Differential Input Voltage (Note 2) ±6V Common Mode Input Voltage (Note 1) ±5V Strobe Input Voltage (Note 1) 5.5 V Operating Temperature Range 55107A -55°C to +125°C 75107A/107B/108B O°C to +70°C Storage Temperature Range -65°C to +150°C Pin Temperature Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s) 300°C Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) 260°C

GND
(Top View)

Order Information Type Package /-LA551 07 A Ceramic DIP /-LA75107A Ceramic DIP /-LA75107A Molded DIP IlA75107B Ceramic DIP /-LA75107B Molded DIP IlA75108B Molded DIP

Code 6A 6A 9A 6A 9A 9A

Part No_ /-LA55107ADM J.tA75107ADC /-LA75107APC /-LA75107BDC /-LA75107BPC /-LA75108BPC

Notes 1. These voltages are with respect to network ground terminal. 2. These voltage values are at the noninverting (+) terminal with respect to the inverting (-) terminal. 3. For Ceramic DIP rating applies to ambient temperatures up to 70°C, above 70·C derate linearly at 8.3 mW I ·C.

6-46

J,lA55/75107A • J,lA751078
J,lA751 088
Equivalent Circuit
14 Vee· -"'--~---1r---"'--~-----"""'r--Rl lkO R2 1 k!!
R5

.......

Rll 120!! ~--t-- ~
R8

4000

4k!!

R9

--, I r--'; 1.8k!~ I -~10 I

R6 4.2kO R12
4kO

t----oUTA

AI -'-f---1r

ZI

Z2

R7 760n

RIO
1kn

+--......;...GNO

INPUTS {

1
A2~2~r----~----J
L---.--------+-~~-STROBEA

R3 3k!1

13

Vee

+-__________+-_......;...6 STROBE
R16 3 k!l R17

3kn

r-------.....----+---~ STROBE B
B2 INPUTS {
11
Z3

Bl +
12

Z4

R23 lkn

~~~~l
t- -

9 "'---OUTB

028

-~027
R14

tkO

R15 1 kO

R18

4000

R21 4kn

R22

1.8 k!l R24

'1.. __ ..I

I

L - _.....- -.....

-----4~--.....------......----......- -........ -~---l

Note Components shown wIth dashed lines are applicable to the 55107A and 751078 only. See description tor dIfferences between A and 8 verSIons Pin 3 not connected

6·47

J,LA55/75107A • J,LA75107B

J,LA75108B
Circuit Differences Between A and B Versions The essential difference between the 55/75107 A and 75107B versions is shown in the following schematics of the input stage: "A" Version
Vee- - - . . - - _ - - . . - - - - ,

Truth Table Differential Inputs Strobes
G

Output

A-B
VID 2': 25 mV

S H Indeterminate

Lor H Lor H H Lor H L

-25 mV

<

VID

<

25 mV L H

Lor H H H

VID ::; -25 mV
A

H Lor H L L Lor H H H H L

B----+---....
Recommended Combinations of Input Voltage for Line Receivers "B" Version
Vee - - _ - _ - - . . - - - - ,

A
B -_ _

+ __.J
INPUT -B-TO-GROUND VOLTAGE- V

The input protection diodes are useful in certain partyline systems which may have multiple Vcc+ power supplies and, in which case, may be operated with some of the Vcc+ supplies turned off. In such a system, if a supply is turned off and allowed to go to ground, the equivalent input circuit connected to that supply would be as follows: "A" Version

INPUT~I

~

~J-

"B" Version

This would be a problem in specific systems which might possibly have the transmission lines biased to some potential greater than 1.4 V. Since this is not a widespread application problem, both the A and B versions will be available. The ratings and . characteristic specifications of the B versions are the same as those of the A versions.

6-48

JLA55/75107A • JLA75107B JLA75108B
55/75107A,751078 DC Characteristics Ratings apply over full ambient temperature range with VCC+ otherwise noted (Notes 4 & 6)
Symbol
IIH IlL IIH(G) IIL(G) IIH(S) IIL(S) VOH VOL ISC ICC+ Icc-

= Max and VCC- = Max, unless
Typ

Characteristic
Input HIGH Current Input LOW Current Gate Input HIGH Current Gate Input LOW Current Strobe Input HIGH Current Strobe Input LOW Current Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage Short-Circuit Output Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current

Condition

Min

Max
75 -10 40 1.0 -1.6 80 2.0 -3.2

Unit
/lA /lA /lA

= 0.5 V, VCM = -3 V to +3 V VDIFF = -2 V, VCM = -3 V to +3 V VGATE = 2.4 V VGATE = VCC+ VGATE = 0.4 V VSTROBE = 2.4 V VSTROBE = Vcc+ VSTROBE = 0.4 V IL = -400 /lA, Vcc+ = MIN VCM = -3 V to +3 V Vcc- = MIN ISINK = 16 mA, Vcc+ = MIN VCM = -3 V to +3 V Vcc- = MIN VOUT = 0 (Note 5) VOUT = VOH, IL = 0, TA = 25°C VOUT = VOH, IL = 0, TA = 25°C
VDIFF

30

mA mA
/lA

mA mA V

2.4 0.4 -18 18 -8.4 -70 30 -15

V mA mA mA

55/75107A,751078 AC Characteristics Vcc+
tPLH(D) tpHdD) tPLH(S) tpHL(S)

= +5 V,

Vcc-

= -5 V,

RL

= 39011,

CL

= 50

pF, TA

= 25°C. See Test Circuit
17
25 25 15 15 ns ns ns ns 17

Propagation Delay Time

10
10

Notes 4 For 55107 A guaranteed supply voltage range IS ± 4 5 V to ± 5 5 V Operating temperature range IS -55°C ~ TA ~ +125°e For 75107A18 and 751088 guaranteed supply voltage range IS ± 475 V to ± 525 V. Operating temperature range IS ooe ~ TA ~ 70°C
6·49

5 Not more than one (1) output should be shorted at a time 6 Vee- Max Implies Vee- ; -5.5 V or -5 25 V. depending on deVice type

JlA55/75107A • JlA751078 JlA751 088
751088
DC Characteristics Symbol IIH IlL IIH(G) IlL (G) IIH(S) IIL(S) VOL IOH Icc+ IccRatings apply over full ambient temperature range with VCC+ = Max Max, unless otherwise noted (Notes 4 & 6) and Vcc-

=

Characteristic Input HIGH Current Input LOW Current Gate Input HIGH Current Gate Input LOW Current Strobe Input HIGH Current Strobe Input LOW Current Output LOW Voltage Output HIGH Current Positive Supply Current Negative Supply Current

Condition

Min

Typ 30

Max 75 -10 40 1.0 -1.6 SO 2.0 -3.2 0.4 250

Unit J.lA J.lA J.lA mA mA J.lA mA mA V J.lA mA mA

= 0.5 V, VCM = -3 V to +3 V VOIFF = -2 V, VCM = -3 V to +3 V VGATE = 2.4 V VGATE = VCC+ VGATE = 0.4 V VSTROBE = 2.4 V VSTROBE = VCC+ VSTROBE = 0.4 V ISINK = 16 mA, Vcc+ = MIN VCM = -3 V to +3 V Vcc- = MIN Vcc+ = MIN VOUT = VCC+ Vcc- = MIN VOUT = VOH, IL = 0, TA = 25°C VOUT = VOH, IL = 0, T A = 25°C
VOIFF Vcc-

1S -S.4

30 -15

751088
AC Characteristics tpLH(D) tpHL(D) tPLH(S) tpHLCS) Vcc+

= +5 V,

= -5 V, RL = 390 fl,

CL

= 15 pF, TA = 25"C. See Test Circuit
19 25 25 20 20 ns ns ns ns 19 13 13

Propogation Delay Time

Noles 4. For 55107A guaranteed supply voltage range is ± 45 V to ± 5.5 V. Operating temperature range is -55°C S; TA S; + 125°C. For 75107 A / Band 751 08B guaranteed supply voltage range ±4.75 V to ±5.25 V. Operating temperature range IS DoC S; T A S; 70°C.

5. Not more than one (1) output should be shorted at a time.

6. Vee- Max implies Vee- = -5.5 V or -5.25 V, depending on
device type.
IS

Typical Performance Curves Input HIGH Current Into 1A or 2A vs Ambient Temperature
100

Output Voltage vs Differential Input Voltage

High Logic Level Supply Current vs Ambient Temperature
30 vee- - sv
Vcc~

75188
I--

lsJS8
N~NvJRTINl ;: INPuTs
5S107A/B

vcc~

0

5 vi 25

Vee_ -0 -5 V

=--sv

INvelTINt
INjUTS . 75107AJ8

80

20

I I
ls-

I--

.. i~~g~~/B ..1
I
j"--...

I

15

r-- ;5107A!B ....1
751088

I

I

tee
TA

-,-5V Vee - -5V
N~10

:-. -..;
0
~

I

~25°C

o

40

30

-20

10

0

10

20

30

40

on

~

0

5

'I
w
~

w

~

w

n
0

_

on

0

~

w

n

~

_

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE-mV

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE _

c

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-DC

6-50

~A55/75107A
~A75108B
Performance Curves (Cont.) 55/75107A,75107B Propagation Delay Time (Differential Inputs) vs Ambient Temperature
Vcc.=5V
35

~A75107B

75108B Propagation Delay Time LOW-to-HIGH Level vs Ambient Temperature
120

75108B Propagation Delay Time HIGH-to-LOW Level vs Ambient Temperature

~:~~-~~IV
CL=50pF

CL=1SpF

vcc-=-sv

Vee-

5V

!

• 100

~1'08.I-l

Q

~ ~

I

30

25 20 15

~

r;

ik
~ ~

!Ii ~
... 75107A/B-.J

I

80

AJJU
R,L ,••L

.....-j

V

:!! so
~

5

II

tPHL(D)

~
If

,.

25 • 25
~ ~ ~

!i ~

40

f 2.

rol..J.
~

m

~

1T
~

-- J
• 25
~

--+:
I
I

I-."...


T
30

vcc!= ••1 Ycc- =-5V c'I"O·1
_~108.-I

! -RLI~3911 5
5

--!'fo'"
I-~

~

20

~~

I

~
~
.,./
15
1

r
RL-1950n R,

I~ 3900n

II:
m

o


-75 -50 -25
25 50 75 100 125

108

AMBIENTTEMPERATURE-oC

AMBIENTTEMPERATURE_oC

AMBIENT TEMPERATUAE-" C

75108B Propagation Delay Time (Strobe Inputs) vs Ambient Temperature
Vcc·=5V

55/75107A,75107B Propagation Delay Time (Strobe Inputs) vs Ambient Temperature
Vcc·=5V

3'

Ycc-.=-sv
Rl'=39DJI CL"'50pF

3S -

!

!

I

30

5
:!!
0

25 20
tPLH(S) tpHLIS)

1 '"
""--75108B

:~~-~~~
CL=15pF

30 25 20

i ,.
If

II

15

t-" k::::

~V

Y

Ii
2

F=

~ Z

" ; . ,. f
0

..... 75107A1S ....1
tPLH(S)

H

I
I

-;-HLIS)

-

.-


\____
I
OV
3V
VOL

·7~5~~~7.25~~.~25~~ro~~7~'-='00~12'
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-o C AMBIENT TEMPEAATURE- "C

Voltage Waveforms

~,nomv
INPUTAl -..Ill00mv

,,-----200mV

C~

STROBE INPUT A OR S

--+---11--~~

tp2--l

tPLH(DI_

OUTPUTA

6-51

--

--

-- ------------

ILA55/75107A • ILA75107B ILA75108B
AC Test Circuit
DIFFERENTIAL INPUT OUTPUT 55107A 75107A/B

390 Ii
STROBE A COMMON STROBE STROBE B

-=

SEE NOTE4

.....~-.....- ' l M -.....- _ - - - - - ~5~ri:~T

390 Ii

STROBE INPUT SEE NOTE 2

50 Ii

-----------------------------------~----_+--~~~

Cl

VCCt -- +5.0 V

I

SEE NOTE 3 15PF

Noles 1 The pulse generators have the following characteristics ZOUT = 50 12, tr = tf = 10 ± 5 ns, tpl = 500 ns, PRR = 1 MHz, tp2 = 1 ~s, PRR = 500 kHz 2 Strobe Input pulse IS applied to Strobe A when Inputs A l-A2 are being tested to common Strobe when Inputs A l-A2 or

61-62 are being tested, and to Strobe 6 when Inputs 61-62 are being tested. 3 CL Includes probe and Jig capacitance 4 All diodes are 1N916

Application The 55175107 A dual line circuits are designed specifically for use in high-speed data transmission systems that utilize balanced, terminated transmission lines such as twisted-pair lines, The system operates in the balanced mode, so that noise induced on one line is also induced on the other. The noise appears common-mode at the receiver input terminals where it is rejected. The ground connection between the line driver and receiver is not part of the signal circuit so that system performance is not affected by circulating ground currents.
The unique driver output circuit allows terminated transmission lines to be driven at normal line impedances, High-speed system operation is ensured since line reflections are virtually eliminated when terminated lines are used. Cross-talk is minimized by low signal amplitudes and low line impedances. The typical data delay in a system is approximately (30 + 1.3L) ns, where L is the distance in feet separating the driver and receiver. This delay includes one gate delay in both the driver and receiver,

Data is impressed on the balanced-line system by unbalancing the line voltages with the driver output current. The driven line is selected by appropriate driver-input logic levels. The voltage difference is approximately:
VOIFF

=

1 /2 IOUT(on) . RT

High series line resistance will cause degradation of the signal. The receivers, however, will detect signals as low as 25 mV (or less). For normal line resistances, data may be recovered from lines of several thousand feet in length. Line-termination resistors (RT) are required only at the extreme ends of the line. For short lines, termination resistors at the receiver only may prove adequate. The signal amplitude will then be approximately:
VOIFF "'" IOUT(on) . RT

6-52

J,LA55/75107A • J,LA75107B

J,LA75108B
Basic Balanced-Line Transmission System
RT RT

RT

TWISTED-PAIR OR EQUIVALENT TRANSMISSION LINE

DATA
INPUT

Zo

2RT

1 2 INHIBIT A
C STROBES

~I

RECEIVER

Data-Bus or Party-Line System

TWISTED-PAIR LINE

P

RT

RT

RT
LOCATION 2

RT

DATA INPUT

DRIVER 1

DRIVER 3

DRIVER 4

INHIBIT

A C
LOCATION 1

A
C

The strobe feature of the receivers and the inhibit feature of the drivers allow the 55/75107 A dual line circuits to be used in data-bus or party-line systems. In these applications, several drivers and receivers may share a common transmission line. An enabled driver transmits data to all enabled receivers on the line while other drivers and receivers are disabled. Data is thus time-multiplexed on the transmission line. The 55/75107A device specifications allow widely varying thermal and electrical environments at the various driver and receiver locations. The data-bus system offers maximum performance at minimum cost. The 55/75107A dual line circuits may also be used in unbalanced or single-line systems. Although these systems do not offer the same performance as balanced systems for long lines, they are adequate for very short lines where environment noise is not severe.

The receiver threshold level is established by applying a dc reference voltage to one receiver input terminal. The signal from the transmission line is applied to the remaining input. The reference voltage should be optimized so that signal swing is symmetrical about it for maximum noise margin. The reference voltage should be in the range of -3.0 V to +3.0 V. It can be provided by a voltage supply or by a voltage divider from an available supply voltage.

Unbalanced or Single-line Systems
INPUT =t>--rro-551751D7A/B OR
OUTPUT

VREF
STROBES

6·53
-~~----

- - - - - ---- -

-~------~-~~~~~-

J,tA55/75107A • J,tA75107B J,tA75108B
Precautions in the Use of 55/75107A and 751088 Dual Line Receivers The following precaution should be observed when using or testing 55175107 A line circuits.
When only one receiver in a package is being used, at least one of the differential inputs of the unused receiver should be terminated at some voltage between -3.0 V and +3.0 V, preferably at ground. Failure to do so will cause improper operation of the unit being used because of common bias circuitry for the current sources of the two receivers. The 55175107A and 75108B line receivers feature a common-mode input voltage range of ± 3.0 V. This satisfies the requirements for all but the noisiest system applications. For these severe noise environments, the common-mode range can be extended by the use of external input attenuators. Common-mode input voltages can in this way be reduced to ± 3.0 V at the receiver input terminals. Differential data signals will be reduced proportionately. Input sensitivity, input impedance and delay times will be adversely affected. The 75108B line receivers feature an open-collectoroutput circuit that can be connected in the DOT-OR logic configuration with other 75108B outputs. This allows a level of logic to be implemented without additional logic delay.

Increasing Common-Mode Input Voltage Range of Receiver
R1

R2

R2

R1

751088 Wired-OR Output Connections

Jo--H"""}--

OUTPUT

6·54

FAIRCHILD
A Schlumberger Company

~A55/75110A

Dual Line Drivers
Interface Products

Description The ~A55110A and ~A75110A have improved output current regulation with supply voltage and temperature variations. The higher current outputs allow data to be transmitted over longer lines. These drivers offer optimum performance when used with the ~A55107A, ~A75107A and ~A75108B line receivers. These drivers feature independent channels with common voltage supply and ground terminals. The significant difference between the two drivers is in the output current specificaiton. The driller circuits feature a constant output current that is switched to either of two output terminals by the appropriate logic levels at the input terminals. The output current can be switched off (inhibited) by LOW logic levels on the inhibit inputs. The inhibit feature is provided so the circuits can be used in party-line or data-bus applications. A strobe or inhibitor, common to both drivers, is included for increased driver-logic versatility. The output current in the inhibited mode, 10(0ff), is specified so that minimum line loading is induced when the driver is used In a party-line system with other drivers. The output impedance of the driver in the inhibited mode is very high; the output impedance of output transistor is biased to cutoff. • • • • • • • • NO OUTPUT TRANSIENTS ON POWER-UP OR DOWN IMPROVED STABILITY OVER SUPPLY VOLTAGE AND TEMPERATURE RANGES CONSTANT-CURRENT, HIGH-IMPEDANCE OUTPUTS HIGH SPEED 15 ns STANDARD SUPPLY VOLTAGES INHIBITOR AVAILABLE FOR DRIVER SELECTION HIGH COMMON-MODE OIJTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE (-3 V to 10 V) TTL INPUT COMPATIBILITY

Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
IN lA IN 18 INHIC INH 2C IN2A IN 28 GND Vee· INH 0 OUT 2Z OUT 2Y

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package ~A5511 OA Ceramic DIP ~A75110A Ceramic DIP ~A75110A Molded DIP

Code 6A 6A 9A

Part No. IlA55110ADM
~A7511OADC ~A75110APC

Function Table Inputs Logic A X X L X H B X Inhibitor C L D X L H H H Outputs Y OFF OFF ON ON OFF
Z

Absolute Maximum Ratings Over operating temperature range, unless otherwf~e specified 7V Supply voltage, Vcc+ (Note 1) -7 V Supply voltage, VccInput voltage (any input) 5.5 V Outpu't voltage (any output) -5 V to 12 V Continuous totaL dissipation at TA = 25~C (Noh!' 2) Cerami'c DIP 900mW 1700 mW Molqed DIP Operafing temperature range -55°C to 125°C ~A55110A ~A75110A O°C to 70°C Storage temperature range -65°C to 150°C Pin temperature 300°C Ceramic DIP Soldering (60 s) Molded PIP Soldering (10 s) 260°C

OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
Notes 1 Voltage values are with respect to network ground termonal. 2 For operation above 25°C ambient temperature, derate ceramic pIP at 8 mW/oC and molded DIP at 14 mW/oC 6-55

X X L
H

X H H H

H = HIGH, L = LOW, X = Don't Care

---------,"

~---~,-"

~A55/75110A
Recommended Operating Conditions Characteristic Supply Voltage Vcc+ Supply Voltage VccPositive Common Mode Output Voltage Negative Common Mode Output Voltage Operating Ambient Temperature Range Electrical Characteristics Symbol VIH VIL VIC 10(on) 10(011) II Characteristic Input HIGH voltage Input LOW voltage Input clamp voltage On-state output current Off-state output current Input current at maximum input voltage Input HIGH Current Input LOW Current A, B or C Inputs D input A, B or C Inputs D Input A, B or C Inputs D Input Vcc± = MAX, VIN = 2.4 V 80 -3 Vcc± = MAX, VIN = 0.4 V -6 rnA Vcc± = MIN, liN = -12 rnA Vcc± = MAX, VOUT = 10 V Vcc± = MIN, VOUT = -3 V Vcc+ = MIN, VOUT = 10 V Vcc± = MAX, VIN = 5.5 V 2 40 J.LA 6.5 -0.9 12 12 (Note 3) 55110A Min 4.5 -4.5 0 0 -55 Typ 5 -5 Max 5.5 -5.5 10 -3 125 75110A Min 4.75 -4.75 0 0 0 Typ 5 -5 Max 5.25 -5.25 10 -3 70 Unit V V V V °C

Over Recommended Operating Ambient Temperature Range (unless otherwise noted) 55110A/75110A Condition (Note 4) Min 2 0.8 -1.5 15 100 1 rnA Typ (5) Max Unit V V V rnA J.LA

IIH

IlL

Supply current from ICC+(on) Vcc+ with driver enabled Supply current from ICC-(on) VCC- with driver enabled Supply current from Icc+(olf) Vcc+ with driver inhibited Supply current from ICC-(olf) VCC- with driver inhibited AC Character'stlcs I

Vcc±

= MAX,

23

35 rnA

A & B inputs at 0.4 V, C & D inputs at 2 V

-34

-50

Vcc± = MAX, A, B, C, & D inputs at 0.4 V

21 rnA

-17

Vcc+ = 5 V , V 'cc-

= - 5 V, TA=
From To (Input) (Output) Condition A or B Cor D V or Z Vor Z CL = 40 pF, RL = 50 n See Figures Min Typ 9 9 16 13 Max 15 15 25 25 Unit ns ns ns ns

Symbol Characteristic Propagation Delay Time, LOW to HIGH tpLH tpHL tpLH tpHL Propagation Delay Time, HIGH to LOW Propagation Delay Time, LOW to HIGH Propagation Delay Time, HIGH to LOW

Notes 3. When usmg only one channel of the hne drivers, the other channel should be mhiblted and I or its outputs grounded. 4. For condItIons shown as MIN or MAX, use appropriate value

speCIfied under recommended operating conditions. 5 All typical values are VCC+ = 5 V, VCC- = -5 V, TA = 25°C

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j,tA55/75110A
Characteristic Measurement Information
vcc~

_ _......._

OUr,:UT

~

_ _.......__~__
RL 50 II

OU~UT

I

I -:::l::-

L.---I---~

TO OTHER CHANNEL

I

The pulse generators have the following characteristics ZOUT = 50!.l, tr = tr = 10 ±5 ns, tw1 = 500 ns, PRR = 1 MHz, tw2 = 1 ms, PRR = 500 kHz CL Includes probe and Jig capacitance For simplicity, only one channel and the inhibitor connections are shown

AC Test Circuit and Waveforms
LOGIC INPUT AOR B

/ \
Iw2

3V

OV

3V
INHIBITOR INPUT COR 0
50%

OV
tpLH tPHL

OFF OUTPUT Y ON

f
OUTPUT Z

OFF

ON
tPLH

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j.LA55/75110A
Typical Applications Simplex Operation
DATA IN

+
INHIBIT

DATA OUT

SHIELD OR COMMON GROUND RETURN

Half-Duplex Operation

PORT ENABLES --~_-' DATA IN --~_-'

P
~__r - -

PORT ENABLES

SHIELD OR COMMON GROUND RETURN DATA OUT DATA OUT

Notes 1 All drivers are I'A7511OA or I'A55110A. Receivers are I'A75107A or I'A75108B. Twisted-pair or coaxial transmission hne should be used for minimum nOise and cross talk.
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2 When only one driver In a package IS being used, the outputs of the other driver should either be grounded or inhibited to reduce power dissipation.

FAIRCHIL.D
A Schlumberger Company

~A75150

Dual Line Driver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 14-Pin DIP
NC STROBE
INAl INA2

Description The 75150 is a monolithic Dual Line Driver designed to satisfy the requirements of the standard interface between data terminal equipment and data communication equipment as defined by EIA Standard RS-232-C. A rate of 20,000 bits per second can be transmitted with a full 2500 pF load. Other applications are in data-transmission systems using relatively short single lines, in level translators, and for driving MOS devices. The logic input is compatible with most TTL and DTL families. Operation is from + 12 V and -12 V power supplies. • • WITHSTANDS SUSTAINED OUTPUT SHORTCIRCUIT TO ANY LOW-IMPEDANCE VOLTAGE BETWEEN -25 V AND +25 V 2.0,us MAX TRANSITION TIME THROUGH THE +3.0 V TO -3.0 V TRANSITION REGION UNDER FULL 2500 pF LOAD INPUTS COMPATIBLE WITH MOST TTL AND DTL FAMILIES COMMON STROBE INPUT INVERTING OUTPUT SLEW RATE CAN BE CONTROLLED WITH AN EXTERNAL CAPACITOR AT THE OUTPUT STANDARD SUPPLY VOLTAGES ± 12 V over operating ambient temperature range, unless otherwise noted. 15 V -15 V 15 V

GND
NC NC

(Top View)

• • • • •

Order Information Type Package ,uA75150 Molded DIP Connection Diagram B-Pin DIP

Code 9A

Part No. ,uA75150PC

Absolute Maximum Ratings

STROBE
INAl INA2

Vee·
OUTAl
OUTA2

Supply Voltage Vcc+ (See Note 1) Supply Voltage Vcc(See Note 1) Input Voltage (See Note) Applied Output Voltage (See Note) Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperature Molded, (Soldering, 10 s)

GND

Vee-

(Top View)

±25 V O°C to 70°C -65°C to 150°C

Order Information Type Package ,uA75150 Molded DIP

Code 9T

Part No. ,uA75150TC

Noles 1 Voltage values are wIth respect to network ground terminal.

Recommended Operating Conditions Min Typ 10.8 12 Supply Voltage Vcc+ -10.8 -12 Supply Voltage VccInput Voltage, VI 0 Applied Output Voltage, Vo Operating Ambient 0 Temperature, TA

Max

Unit

13.2 V -13.2V 5.5 V ±15 V 70 °C

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JLA75150
Schematic (each line driver)
Vee.

~13~------'------1__------------~t-------~t------,-------------------,
11 kll
15 kll

TO OTHER - - - -..... LINE DRIVER

10 kll

15 kll

INPUT

_3.;.'-4---------tO-

STROBE---------9--K TO OTHER _ - - -..... LINE DRIVER

11,12 OUTPUT

4.5 kll

5 GND -----~--~~-~
TO OTHER - - - -..... LINE DRIVER

Vee-

~10~

______~__________1-____

-+________________ __________ ______4-__
~ ~

~

TO OTHER _ - - -..... LINE DRIVER

Component values shown are nominal Pins 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 14 = not connected Pin connections are for 14·lead DIP

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~A75150
DC Characteristics Symbol VIH VIL VOH VOL TA

= 0 to 70°C , unless otherwise specified (Note 2)
Test Figure Condition 1 2 2 1 Vcc+ 10.8 V, Vcc-13.2 V, VIL 0.8 V, RL 3 kQ to 7 kQ Min 2.0 Typ Max 0.8 8.0 -8.0 1.0 2.0 -1.0 -2.0 2.0 -3.0 15 -15 mA -5.0 10 20 -1.6 -3.2 mA /lA Unit V V V V

Characteristic Input HIGH Voltage Input LOW Voltage Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage

=

= =

=

=

r
5.0

Vcc+ 10.8 V, Vcc-10.8 V, VIH 2 V, RL 3 kQ to 7 kQ Data Input Vcc+ 13.2 V,

=

=

=

IIH

Input HIGH Current

3

Vcc-13.2 V, VI 2.4 V

= =

= =

Strobe Input Data Input Strobe Input Vo

Vcc+ IlL Input LOW Current 3

Vcc-13.2 V, VI 0.4

= 13.2 V, =

los

Short-Circuit Output Current

4

ICCH+ ICCH-

Supply Current from Vcc+, Output High Supply Current from Vcc-, Output HIGH Supply Current from Vcc+, Output LOW Supply Current from Vcc-, Output LOW Vee+

5

= 25 V Vo = -25 V VCC+ = 13.2 V, VCC- = -13.2 V Vo = 0 V, VI = 3 V Vo = 0 V, VI = 0 V Vcc+ = 13.2 V, Vcc- = -13.2 V, VI = 3 V, RL = 3 kQ,
TA Vcc+

10 -1.0

22 -10

mA mA

ICCL+ ICCL-

5

= 25°C = 13.2 V, Vcc- = -13.2 V, VI = 3 V, RL = 3 kQ, = 25°C
Test Figure Condition

8.0 -9.0

17 -20

mA mA

TA

AC Characteristics Symbol tTLH tTHL tTLH tTHL tpLH tpHL

= 12 V, Vee - = -12 V, TA = 25°C
Min 0.2 0.2 Typ 1.4 1.5 40 20 Max 2.0 2.0 Unit /LS /lS ns ns ns ns

Characteristic Transition Time, Output LOW to HIGH Transition Time, Output HIGH to LOW Transition Time, Output LOW to HIGH Transition Time, Output HIGH to LOW Propagation Delay Time, Output LOW to HIGH Propagation Delay Time, Output HIGH to LOW

6
6

CL

= 2500 pF, RL = 3 kQ to 7 kQ CL = 15 pF,
RL CL RL

= 7 kQ

6

= 15 pF, = 7 kQ

60
45

Notes 2 The algebraIc conventIon where the most-posItIve (least· negatIve) limIt IS deSIgnated as maxImum is used on th,s data sheet for logIC levels only, e.g, when -5 V IS the maXImum, the tYPIcal value IS a more negatIve voltage. All tYPIcal values are at VCC+ 12 V, VCC-12 V, TA 25°C.

=

=

=

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JLA75150
Typical Performance Curve Typical Output Current vs Applied Output Voltage
20

Fig.4

lOS
3V

1 1 r ---

Vec·

Vcc(NOTE)

l~

15 r--Vcc-=~12V'--i-F1l-+-+-I
TA=25°C
10

Jee.l"v'

v,',.Jv

>--I--Vo

I"
U

l ~ i

.-'

"t-t--+-:H+++-tiH--+-I
o _r-"!--

I

:tt: . . .

1 I-+-++-+-+---l-+f-"' . . .~ ~L '" 3 kO • -10 I-+-++-+-+---l-+I-+-+-I II -15I-+-+-t;;:j.....-~I-+-+-I
-~2~5--~20--~15~-,~O--5~O~0~5-0-,~O-,~5~20~25
Vo-APPLIED OUTPUT VOLTAGE-V

-

~--

R,o 7kll

lOS IS tested for both Input conditions at each of the specified output conditions.

yoi'"

Fig.5

ICCH+. ICCH-. ICCL+. ICCL-

ICCH"', leel ...

Test Circuits Fig. 1

+I it r~--- .,

Vee.

Vce-

ICCH-. IcCL-

V,-....-+--i

I
3kll

• Arrows ondlcate actual direction of current flow. Current Into a termonal IS a posillve value

Fig. 6 Fig. 2

Switching Characteristics

Test Circuit
3V Vce. Vce-

rl---l,
PULSE I GENERATOR t--~I:-L-.J (SEE NOTE 1) I

L_-1-_...J
• I goo/a

>--t-t--......-

I

OUTPUT

I

(SEE CL NOTE 2)

Voltage Waveforms
Each onput IS tested separately
~<;:10ns

Fig. 3

IIH. IlL
Vee. VecINPUT

~=---~=c-t90%

I I
I

-------

3V

-.
V,

hL -

'H ~

SEE NOTE

R=D--t+
I
I

r l---l,
I L

__
OPEN

~~r:

I

I~---------ov

• , ...

,-4----5O,I.Is---.I
L..-IPHL

I

~

------------~I
OUTPUT

I
-3V

~IPLH~
I

I
I

--1--

.JI

I
-3V

!

Note When tesllng IIH, the other onput IS at 3 V, when testong IlL, the other onput IS open

Notes 1. The pulse generator has the followong characterostics duty cycle oS 50%, ZOUT "'" 50 Il. 2 CL oncludes probe and Jig capacitance

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JLA75154 RS-232C Quad Line Receiver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 16-Pin DIP

Description The 75154 is a monolithic Quad Line Receiver designed to satisfy the requirements of the standard interface between data terminal equipment and data communication equipment as defined by EIA Standard RS-232C. Other applications are for relatively short, single-line, point-to-point data transmission and for level translators. Operation is normally from a single 5 V supply; however, a built-in option allows operation from a 12 V supply without the use of additional components. The output is compatible with most TTL and DTL circuits when either supply voltage is used. In normal operation, the threshold control terminals are connected to the VCCl terminal, pin 15, even if power is being supplied via the alternate VCC2 terminal, pin 16. This provides a wide hysteresis loop which is the difference between the positive-going and negative-going threshold voltages. In this mode of operation, if the input voltage goes to zero, the output voltage will remain LOW or HIGH as determined by the previous input. For fail-safe operation, the threshold-control terminals are open. This reduces the hysteresis loop by causing the negative-going threshold voltage to be above zero. The positive-going threshold voltage remains above zero as it is unaffected by the disposition of the threshold terminals. In the fail-safe mode, if the input voltage goes to zero or an open-circuit condition, the output will go HIGH regardless of the previous input condition. The 75154 is characterized for operation from 00 C to 70 0 C. • INPUT RESISTANCE-3 kl1 TO 7 kl1 OVER FULL RS-232C VOLTAGE RANGE • INPUT THRESHOLD ADJUSTABLE TO MEET FAIL-SAFE REQUIREMENTS WITHOUT USING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS • BUILT-IN HYSTERESIS FOR INCREASED NOISE IMMUNITY • INVERTING OUTPUT COMPATIBLE WITH DTL OR TTL • OUTPUT WITH ACTIVE PULL-UP FOR SYMMETRICAL SWITCHING SPEEDS • STANDARD SUPPLY VOLTAGES-5 V OR 12 V

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package IlA 75154 Ceramic DIP IlA 75154 Molded DIP Absolute Maximum Ratings Normal Supply Voltage (Pin 15), VCCl (Note 1) Alternate Supply Voltage (Pin 16), VCC2 (Note 1) Input Voltage (Note 1) Continuous Total Power Dissipation (Note 2) Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Pin Temperatures Molded DIP (Soldering, 10 s) Ceramic DIP (Soldering, 60 s)

Code 68

98

Part No_ Il A75154DC Il A75154PC

7V 14 V ±25 V 800 mW O°C to 70°C -65°C to 150°C 260°C 300°C Typ 5 12 Max 5.5 Unit V

Recommended Operating Conditions Min Normal Supply Voltage (Pin 15), VCCl Alternate Supply Voltage (Pin 16), VCC2 Input Voltage Normalized Fan Out from Each Output, N Operating Ambient Temperature Range 4.5 10.8

13.2 V ± 15 V 10

a

70

DC

Notes 1. Voltage values are wIth respect to the network ground termmal. 2. Above 60°C ambIent temperature, derate hnearly at 8.3 mW / °C. 6·63

/-LA75154
Equivalent Circuit

'---I
COMMON TO 4 CIRCUITS
SEE

---------1
1 OF 4 RECEIVERS 1,2,
THRESHOLD CONTROL

N~Ci~ -+---~--,

16

BELOW

32kn

Veel .;::15,--+_ _ _~
5kD

I I I I I

_3,_14-+-_¥v-~.--,

5 k!l

+---+- OUTPUT
4,5.6,7 4 2 kn

10, 11, 12, 13

INPUT -+_Vv'--+--~--1[
GND-+------~

L ___ ~

I

I

I

27 k!!

1 kn

L _________ ~

I

I

I

Notes Component values shown are normal. When uSing VCCI (pm 15), VCC2 (pin 16) may be left open or shorted to V CC 1· When using V CC2, VCC 1 must be left open or connected to the threshold control pins.

DC Characteristics Symbol V,H V,L VT+ VT-

TA = 0 to 70°C unless otherwise specified (Note 5) Test Figure Condition 1 1 Normal Operation 1 1 1 1 1 10H = -400 J.LA 10L = 16 mA ~V, = -25 V to -14 V
~V,

Characteristic Input HIGH Voltage Input LOW Voltage Positive-Going Threshold Voltage Fail-Safe Operation Normal Operation Negative-Going Threshold Voltage Fail-Safe Operation Hysteresis Normal Operation Fail-Safe Operation Output HIGH Voltage Output LOW Voltage

Min 3.0

Typ(4) Max -3.0

Unit V V V V V V

0.8 0.8 -3.0 0.8 0.8 0 2.4 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 0

2.2 2.2 -1.1 1.4 3.3 0.8 3,5 0.23 5.0 5.0 6.0 5.0 5.0 0.2 -20 20 23

3.0 3.0 0 3.0 6.0 2,2 0.4 7.0 7.0

VT+ - VTVOH VOL

V

= -14 V to -3 V = -3 V to 3 V = 3 V to 14 V = 14 V to 25 V

RI

Input Resistance

2

~VI ~V, ~VI

kll
7.0 7.0 2.0 -40 35 40 V mA mA

V, (open) los ICCI ICC2

Open-Circuit Input Voltage Short-Circuit Output Current (Note 3) Supply Current from VCC1 Supply Current from VCC2

3 4 5

I, = 0 VCC1 = 5.5 V, TA = 25°C VCC2 = 13.2 V, TA=25°C

VeC1 = 5.5 V, V, = -5 V -10

Notes on following pages. 6-64

~A75154
AC Characteristics Symbol
tPLH tPHL tTLH tTHL

VCCl

= 50 V , TA = 25°C , n = 10
Test Figure Condition Min Typ
22 6
CL = 50 pF, RL = 390 Q

Characteristic
Propagation Delay Time, LOW-to-HIGH Propagation Delay Time, HIGH-to-LOW Transition Time, LOW-to-HIGH Transition Time, HIGH-to-LOW

Max

Unit
ns ns ns ns

20 9.0 6.0

Typical Characteristics Output Voltage Versus Input Voltage
VCC1=50V

TA == 25°C

J,

NORMAL

OPERATION

O~~I~A~6~ -+VTVT_ VT· JL

n

----Jt
1

n
n

"
INPUTVOLTAGE-Y

25

Note For normal operation. the threshold controls are connected to V CC 1, Pin 15. For fall· safe operation, the threshold controls are open

Notes 3. Not more than one output should be shorted at a time. 4. All typical values are at VCCI 5 V. TA 25°C. 5. The algebraic convention where the most-positive (leastnegative) limit is designated as maximum is used in this data sheet for logic and threshold levels only. e.g .. when -3 V is the maximum. the minimum limit is a more-negative voltage.

=

=

6-65

JLA75154
DC Test Circuits

55V 0

o 13.2 V

10H

VI. Vr

liN

I

L

---1--GND

Note Arrows indicate actual direction of current flow. Current Into a terminal IS a positive value.

Test Table
VCC1 VCC2

Test Open-circuit input (fail safe)
VT+ min, VT- min (fail safe) VT + min (normal) VIL max, VT - min (normal) VIH min, VT + max, VT- max (fail safe) VIH min, VT+ max

Measure
VOH VOH VOH VOH VOH VOH VOH VOH VOL VOL VOL VOL VOL VOL

In

T Open Open Open Open Pin 15 Pin 15 Pin 15 Pin 15 Open Open Pin 15 Pin 15 Pin 15 Pin 15

Out
IOH IOH IOH IOH IOH IOH IOH IOH IOL IOL IOL IOL IOL IOL

(Pin 15)
4.5 V

(Pin 16) Open
10.8 V

Open Open
0,8 V 0.8 V

Open
5.5 V

Open
13.2 V

Open
5.5 V and T

Note 6 Note 6
-3V -3 V
~V

Open
13.2 V

T
5.5 V and T

Open
13.2 V

T
4.5 V

Open
10.8 V

3V 3V 3V

Open
4.5 V and T

Open
10.8 V

(normal)
VT - max (normal)

T
5.5 V and T

Note 7 Note 7

Open
13.2 V

T

Notes 6. Momentarily apply -5 V, then 0.8 V. 7. Momentarily apply 5 V, then ground.

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J.LA75154
DC Test Circuits (Cont) Fig.2 R, Fig.4 lOS
OPEN

55V

OPEN

OPEN

_k--.b_~
Vee1 VCC2 Rl

I
OUTI

50V

I

L

---T--- J
GND

I

~ los

Nole Each output

IS

tested separately

Fig.5

ICC

Test Table
T Open Open Open Pin 15

VCC1
(Pin 15) 5V

VCC2
(Pin 16) Open Open Open Open Open 12 V

GNO
Open T and 5 V

50V

>c>-----i-- OPEN

GNO
Open Open Pin 15 Pin 15 Pin 15

GNO
Open Open T T T
VI (open)

GIliO
12 V

GNO
Open

Noles All four hne receivers are tested simultaneously. Arrows indicate actual directIOn of current flow. Current Into a terminal IS a positive value

Fig. 3

0 5 5V:1

--t
15 16
VCC2 -

0--<:>

132V

~T

J

OPEN

-

Veel

R1

I

1
VllOPENll

OUTI >0----':::0:.;1-

iL----j--(Pin 15)

J

OPEN

Test Table
T Open Pin 15 Open Pin 15

VCC1

VCC2
(Pin 16) Open Open 13.2 V 13.2 V
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5.5 V 5.5 V Open
T

JLA75154
AC Characteristics Test Circuit
INPUT
5.0V

OUTPUT

OPEN
15

OPEN

i---T---Vee1

-~-~-I Vee2 I
R1

RL ~ 390!l

PULSE GENERATOR NOTE1

liN I

L ----r---- J
GND

I

CL~50PF

NOTE 2

Notes 1 The pulse generalor has Ihe following charaClerlSllcs: ZOUT = 50 ~!, IW = 200 ns, duly cycle 00; 20% 2 CL includes probe and Jig capacllance. 3 All diodes are 1N3064.

Voltage Waveforms

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jlA9640/26S10
Quad General-Purpose Bus Transceiver
Interface Products Connection Diagram 16-Pin DIP
GND1 BUSA RECEIVER OUT A DRIVER IN A DRIVER IN B RECEIVER OUT B BUSB LOGICGND 3 RECEIVER OUT D 13 DRIVER IN D STROBE DRIVER 10 IN C RECEIVER 9 OUT C BUSC

Description The JLA9640 is a High-Speed Quad Bus Transceiver. Each driver output, which is capable of sinking 100 rnA at 0.8 V, is connected internally to the high-speed bus receiver in addition to being connected to the package pin. The receiver has a Schottky TTL output capable of driving ten Schottky TTL unit loads. The bus output is capable of driving lines having 100 Q impedance. The line can be terminated at both ends and still give considerable noise margin at the receiver. The receiver typical switching point is 2.0 V. The JLA9640 features advanced Schottky processing to minimize propagation delay. The device package also has two ground pins to improve ground current handling and allow close decoupling between Vee and ground at the package. Both GND1 and GND2 should be tied to the ground bus external to the device package. The JLA9640 is a pin for pin replacement for the AM26S 1O. INPUT TO BUS IS INVERTING QUAD HIGH-SPEED OPEN COLLECTOR BUS TRANSCEIVERS • DRIVER OUTPUTS CAN SINK 100 mA AT 0_8 V MAXIMUM • ADVANCED SCHOTTKY PROCESSING • PNP INPUTS TO REDUCE INPUT LOADING Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage to Ground Potential DC Voltage Applied to Outputs for High Output State DC Input Voltage Output Current, into Bus Output Current, into Outputs (Except Bus) DC Input Current Operating Temperature JLA9640DM JLA9640DC / PC Storage Temperature Pin Temperatures Molded DIP (Soldering 10 s) Ceramic DIP (Soldering 60 s) • •

4
5 6 7

(Top View)

Order Information Type Package JLA9640 Ceramic DIP JLA9640 Ceramic DIP JLA9640 Molded DIP Truth Table Inputs Strobe L L H
H L Y

Code 6B 6B 9B

Part No. JLA9640DM JLA9640DC JLA9640PC

Outputs BusA_D Receiver OutA_D H L L

Driver INA-D

H

L
y

H
y

x

-0.5 V to +7 V

x = Don't Care
-0.5 V to +Vee Max -0.5 V to +5.5 V 200 rnA 30 rnA -30 rnA to +5.0 rnA -55°C to +125°C O°C to +70°C -65°C to +150°C

= HIGH Voltage Level = LOW Voltage Level = Voltage Level of Bus (Assumes control by
another bus transceiver)

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JLA9640/26S10
Recommended Operating Conditions Military (4) Characteristic Positive Supply Voltage Operating Ambient Temperature - TA DC Characteristics Output HIGH Voltage (Receiver Outputs) VOL VIH VIL VI IlL IIH IIH Ise ICCl Output LOW Voltage (Receiver Outputs) Input HIGH Level (Except Bus) Input LOW Level (Except Bus) Input Clamp Voltage (Except Bus) Input LOW Current Input HIGH Current Input HIGH Current Output Short-Circuit Current (Except Bus) Power Supply Current (All Bus Outputs LOW) TA Min 4.50 -55 Typ 5.0 +25 Max 5.5 +125 Commercial (5) Min 4.75 0 Typ 5.0 +25 Max 5.25 +70 Unit V °C