AN809

Digitally Addressable DALI Dimming Ballast
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Authors: Ross Fosler Microchip Technology Incorporated Cecilia Contenti International Rectifier Tom Ribarich International Rectifier

DALI DIMMING BALLAST

INTRODUCTION
This reference design is a high efficiency, high power factor and digital dimming electronic ballast designed to drive rapid start fluorescent lamp types. The design contains an active power factor correction circuit for universal voltage input as well as a ballast control circuit using the IR2159. The design also includes a PIC16F628 microcontroller and an isolation circuit for connecting to a Digitally Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI). Other features include EMI filtering, transient protection and lamp FAULT protection. International Rectifier (IR) and Microchip Technology Inc. worked together to design a DALI type ballast. An application note is provided here, and the corresponding reference design is available from IR (see page 10 for ordering information). This document describes many of the details within the design of the ballast and some of the basics to DALI. However, this document does not describe all the details contained within the DALI specification. The reader should be familiar with DALI and international standard EN60929.

Features
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Lamp Type: 1X 36W T8 Lamp (IRPLDIM2E) 1X 32W T8 Lamp (IRPLDIM2U) Line Input: 185-265 VAC/50Hz (IRPLDIM2E) 90-140 VAC/60Hz (IRPLDIM2U) Interface DALI (2 wires) High Power Factor/Low THD High Frequency Operation Programmable Lamp Filament Preheating Programmable Ignition High precision Digital Dimming Logarithmic Dimming Diagnostic and FAULT Control Lamp FAULT Protection Brown-out Protection IR2159 HVIC Ballast Controller PIC16F628 Microcontroller Optically Isolated Communications Low Power Standby Mode

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The use of this curve allows for better control at lower light levels where the human eye is more sensitive. For example. Perfect Light Quality By means of digital control. The ballast provides eye sensitive dimming over a wide range (1100%). minimum brightness.AN809 Digitally Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) The Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI). and several other features can be set as desired. maximum brightness. Aside from the protocol. fade-time. The DALI protocol is 16 bits and supports addressing up to 64 ballasts individually. 16 groups. Various operating parameters can be changed and stored dynamically within the ballast memory. international standard prlEC929 is a communication protocol and method to interface lighting units on a 2wire network. scene levels can be set for different groups of ballast. or broadcasting to the entire lighting network. Another feature is the ability to diagnose problems such as lamp failures. scenes. transmitting instructions to single ballasts or to a group of ballasts. The DALI can control (transmit and receive) up to 64 different ballasts with the same control system. The DALI includes 256 levels of brightness and a logarithmic dimming curve (Figure 2). the light level can be adjusted according to individual lighting needs. The DALI allows a complete lighting environment to be controlled and managed efficiently. FIGURE 2: DIMMING CHARACTERISTICS Dim value 255 240 225 210 195 180 165 150 135 120 105 90 75 60 45 30 15 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Relative lighting level % DS00809B-page 2 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. DALI supports fading. . and FAULT detection. logarithmic dimming. In addition.

Ballast Control The ballast control section is built around the IR2159 Dimming Ballast Control IC (IC2). When the lamp is successfully ignited. The communication between the ballast and the external world is done with two signals: TX (digital serial signal transmitted from the network to the microcontroller) and RX (digital serial signal from the microcontroller to the network). Appendix B lists the Bill of Materials. The IC is chosen for its minimal component count. an active power factor correction front end. thick traces represent high frequency and high current paths. Then. the amplitude control feature of the IR2159 is used. This voltage can be varied by adjusting the RCS.1V.AN809 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION The IRPLDIM2 Demo Board consists of an EMI filter. over current. MOSFET (M1). A block diagram of the design is shown in Figure 3. Lead lengths should be minimized to avoid high-frequency noise problems. and a resonant lamp output stage. which converts the analog input voltage to an internal phase angle reference for controlling the lamp power. the IR2159 aligns the phase angle of the inductor current with respect to the half bridge voltage to regulate the lamp power. To preheat the lamp. a ballast control section. FAULT circuit and an analog dimming interface. The microcontroller is connected to the ballast and the IC to receive diagnostic signals. © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. The VCO voltage decreases to a minimum value and the IR2159 starts to decrease the frequency to a minimum frequency which is set by the external resistor on pin FMIN (RFMIN) and the current sensing resistor. a high voltage half-bridge driver. The preheat current (voltage) can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the resistor on the IPH pin (RIPH) and the preheat time can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the capacitor on pin CPH (CCPH). a digital control section. A digital interface assures high voltage isolation between DALI inputs and the resonant lamp output stage. It is easily adaptable to a wide variety of lamp types. This system allows the ballast to communicate bi-directionally with the network (a PC or generally a DALI system). The ballast control section provides frequency modulation control of a traditional RLC lamp resonant output circuit for preheating. This means that the inductor current discharges to zero each cycle before the boost MOSFET is turned on. and robust error amplifier. an amplitude control. The VCO starts at maximum frequency then decreases the frequency until the voltage at the CS pin is equal to the programmed voltage at the IPH pin. The power factor correction circuit is a boost converter type running in Critical Conduction mode. it generates a high voltage for igniting the lamp. In this way. The EMI filter blocks ballast generated noise. The DIM pin is a high impedance analog control input and the RMAX and RMIN pins set the maximum and minimum angle boundaries. DS00809B-page 3 . This is done by measuring the zero crossing of the current and regulating it against the reference angle from the dimming interface. The ballast control circuit uses the IR2159 Dimming Ballast Control IC programmed by the PIC16F628 microcontroller. In the circuit. controlling the lamp power and detecting FAULT condition (over temperature. When pin CPH exceeds 5. diode (D2). capacitor (C6) and additional biasing and sensing and compensation components (see Appendix A). The RMIN resistor sets the minimum lamp power at 1% when VDIM=0V and the RMAX resistor sets the maximum lamp power at 100% when VDIM=5V. The IR2159 contains a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) which controls the half-bridge frequency while maintaining a 50% duty cycle. The IR2159 is used for preheating and igniting the lamp. the VCO is adjusted internally (and therefore the frequency) such that the inductor current remains constant until the external capacitor on pin CPH charges above 5. shutdown and auto restart You can connect the board directly to the DALI input (two connections) or you can use the RS-232/DALI converter board (for demo purposes with the IRPLDIM2 board) to connect it to the PC. inductor (L2). which shapes the input current to the input voltage while regulating the DC bus voltage at 400 VDC. The ST L6561D PFC IC is used. VCC FAULT. RCS. lamp FAULT detection. The complete circuit is shown in Appendix A. This regulates the resonant tank current during the Preheat period. The digital control section provides the DALI and the necessary circuitry and software to perform closed-loop dimming.1V. and DC Bus/AC line FAULT). Power Factor Control The power factor correction section consists of a Power Factor Controller IC (IC1). The power factor correction is used for sinusoidal input current and a regulated DC bus. The IR2159 controls the ballast according to the signals received from the microcontroller.6V the halfbridge is disabled. The IR2159 provides a 0to-5 VDC dimming interface. The microcontroller manages the communication between interface and ballast IC. low start-up supply current. igniting and ballasting the lamp. the IR2159 enables the over-current protection and the next cycle where the CS pin exceeds the internal threshold of 1.

© 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. IRPLDIM2 Reference Design . PC and RS-232/DALI converter are used for demo purposes.AN809 FIGURE 3: DS00809B-page 4 Rectifier EMI Filter L X X X + X X N E PFC Output Stage Micro 1 RA2 RA0 16 RA1 15 RA7 14 RA6 13 VDD 12 6 RB0 7 RB1 8 RB2 RC1 11 RB7 10 RB6 9 Lamp Fault Dimming Feedback Preheat Feedback 5 VSS FAULT condition actual level light status ballast 2 RA3 3 RA4 4 RA5 IR-IC Half Bridge Driver 1 RA2 RA0 18 RA1 17 RA7 16 RA6 15 VDD 14 RC1 13 RB7 12 RB6 11 RB5 10 2 RA3 DALI Input X OPTO Interface 5 VSS 6 RB0 7 RB1 8 RB2 9 RB3 4 RA5 Interface 3 RA4 X X Lamp light level Fade time Fade rate On/Off IRPLDIM2 BLOCK DIAGRAM PC RS232/ DALI IR2159 PIC16C628 converter NOTE: Ballast can be also connected directly to a DALI compliant system.

25V 2. The shutdown signal (RB4) enables or disables the IR2159.AN809 Digital Control The digital control section is built around the Microchip PIC16F628 microcontroller.75V © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. the lamp is off and the IR2159 is disabled with minimal current flowing. DS00809B-page 5 . The microcontroller receives lamp information by the signal LAMP_OUT.5V Digital Signal CMOS DALI Signal VSS 3. FMIN used for FAULT detection (0 if the IC is in FAULT mode) and DIM to control the brightness. turning the ballast on or off (RB4) and FAULT detection (RB5 and RB6). When low. The ballast controller design portion incorporates most of the hardware design. The PIC16F628 then interprets the data and sends the appropriate signals to the ballast controller. The PIC16F628 also performs FAULT detection and disables the IR2159. These signals are used for digital dimming (RB3). When high. The digital design control portion incorporates most of the software design. This microcontroller acts as an interface between the IR2159 ballast controller and the DALI. The PIC16F628 has control of this line and determines if lamp should be on or off based on FAULT conditions and user requested settings from the DALI. if a FAULT is present. IR2159 as necessary or sends information back to the DALI. BALLAST DESIGN The ballast design incorporates two parts. Data is transmitted to the unit and the PIC16F628 collects the data through an isolation circuit. the lamp is on. connected to the lamp. The microcontroller controls the IR2159 by the following three pins: pins SD for shutdown of the IC (active high). Signals of the IR2159 The communication between the microcontroller and the IR2159 is done with four signals. hardware and software. Appendix A shows the complete schematic and Appendix B lists the Bill of Materials. as shown in Figure 4. The Ballast Controller Design The design of the ballast control portion of the circuit has been accomplished in International Rectifier’s Reference Design IRPLDIM1. Refer to this for waveforms and specific calculations regarding the ballast controller portion of this design. FIGURE 4: MICROCONTROLLER / IR2159 COMMUNICATION VDD Lamp Out LAMPOUT R17 1 If 0 Lamo OK If 1 Lamp Fault R16 VDC HO 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 2 C11 VCO VS 3 RDIM CPH VB 1 2 3 4 TR data signal from the network to the micro 5 6 7 RA2 RA1 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 IR2159 4 RA3 RA4 RA0 RA7 DIM VCC 5 6 7 8 MAX COM PIC16F628 RA5 RA6 MIN LO VSS VDD If 0 IC OFF If 1 IC OK FMIN CS RB0 RB7 RB1 RB6 IPH SD Interface with Optos 8 RX data signal from the micro to the network 9 RB2 RB5 TURN ON IC TURN OFF IC RB3 RB4 R25 C17 1.

The arc power control commands are the most commonly used in a functioning lighting system. If valid data is received. this pin goes to 0V. and the lamp restarts automatically. Upon entry into the program after setup. This includes scene level selections. the program immediately vectors to the appropriate command and executes. over-current. configuration commands. failure to strike or low AC line and will remain in this FAULT state until the IC is RESET. query commands. depending on the definition of the command. The microcontroller can change the dim voltage from 0. LAMP_OUT (RB6). Figure 6 outlines the basic flow of the software in its most simplified form (the detail source code is available on a CD enclosed with the Reference Design Kit . Since the human eye is much more sensitive to lower light levels than high levels. The PIC16F628 provides a pulse width modulated signal on pin RB3 that is filtered with a single RC network (R25 and C17). standard or special. the microcontroller is checking for errors and it is polling the communications circuitry for incoming data. fade times and rates. the logarithmic output appears to be linear. In addition. All of the commands are divided into four general categories including arc power control commands. the microcontroller is held in a loop. it is filtered to determine if the address matches the defined address for the ballast. Examples of such settings include setting minimum and maximum lighting thresholds. The LAMP_OUT signal indicates the presence of a lamp or lamp FAULT. general FAULTS. DS00809B-page 6 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. or if the data is a broadcast command. All of the settings can be queried. Even more useful.5 to 5V analog voltage (in pin DIM) to perform dimming. This provides an analog voltage for dimming. Once filtered. many of the commands in this group select the shutdown bit. Generally. thus 0.5 to 5V by changing the duty cycle and therefore generate 256 different voltage levels for the IR2159. While in this loop. the lamp. and power is available through the appropriate query command. Query type commands are used to get feedback from the ballast. Within each category. the PIC16F628 is programmed to produce a logarithmic voltage and the IR2159 drives the lamp arc power (Figure 5). When the lamp is removed the LAMP_OUT signal is pulled up to VDD by the pull-up resistor R17 and the software forces the IR2159 to shutdown. To conform to the digital dimming requirements. The IR2159 requires a 0. FIGURE 5: DIMMING CHARACTERISTICS Logarithmic Voltage Output 5 100 90 4 % Arc Power Output Voltage Output Logarithmic Arc Power Output 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 3 2 1 0 85 115 145 175 205 235 Digital Input 0 85 115 145 175 205 235 Digital Input The Software The software to implement the DALI is quite large yet simple to understand when broken into some elementary functional blocks. A low on the FAULT signal indicates that the IR2159 is in a FAULT state.see page 10 for ordering information). the commands are divided again according to related functions. if the group matches the defined group memberships. . Configuration type commands are used to setup the ballast. the type of command is filtered into two basic choices.5V corresponds to the 1% arc power level and 5V corresponds to the 100% arc power level. and special commands. the output is logarithmic rather than linear. When the lamp is changed. groups. data is stored in an EEPROM storage area where it is maintained regardless of the power conditions. The IR2159 turns off automatically in FAULT conditions such us VCC FAULT.AN809 There are two signals used for FAULT detection. In addition. Within any of these commands. and scene levels. the status of the ballast is available. the microcontroller turns the IR2159 on again. Other FAULT conditions are indicated by the FAULT signal (pin FMIN of the IR2159). appropriate signals are sent to the ballast controller to adjust light level via pulse width modulation. Information about fading. and FAULT (RB5). Therefore.

DS00809B-page 7 . typically settings. all ballasts on the DALI respond to a special command. is also available in the special command set. FIGURE 6: PROGRAM FLOW Start Startup Shutdown Yes FAULT? No Rec Command? Yes No Address & Command Filters OK? Yes Command Vectors No Execute Command © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc.AN809 Special type commands are unique compared to all other commands. All the functions for finding new ballasts or ballasts that have no addresses are available. thus. Uploading information to the ballast. These commands are immune to addresses.

Upon detection (done by an S/H built into the PIC16F628). Figure 7 shows the connections between the DALI and microcontroller. This method greatly reduces the power and current usage. The comparator built into the PIC16F628 is used to set the threshold for detection of the incoming data.AN809 Isolation and the Signals for DALI The DALI is optically isolated from the microcontroller. then it is disabled (see waveforms in Figure 8). The ballast achieves very low power by controlling the communications circuit with the communication-enable signal and the receive-drive signal. With this signal. The two wires from the DALI are converted into four signals. the logic is translated to 5V logic at the microcontroller. less than 100 µA. and for transmission. FIGURE 7: + DALI AND MICROCONTROLLER CONNECTIONS RB0 ENABLE RB2 DALI TX_DALI - D9 RB1 RA1 RX_DALI RA2 RECEIVE_DRIVE MICROCONTROLLER FIGURE 8: DALI / MICROCONTROLLER SIGNALS Receive signal Receive-drive signal RB1 (7) Communications-enable RB0 (6) DS00809B-page 8 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. there is enough current. to indicate when data is being sent to the ballast. the 5V logic is translated to the higher voltage logic on the DALI. The transmit signal and the receive signal directly correlate to the levels seen on the DALI. . but not enough current to accurately transfer the data. the receive-drive is asserted to raise the current above 500 µA to achieve good signal transfer across the isolation. During normal operation. Two of the four are the transmit signal (RB2) and receive signal (RX_DALI). the PIC16F628 enables the communication circuitry with the communication-enable signal. The other two signals are the communications-enable (RB0) signal and the receive-drive (RB1) signal. The signal RA2 is used as a threshold for the comparator. For receiving higher voltage logic on the DALI. The receive-drive signal is only enabled long enough to transfer all the data.

the PIC16F628 derives its power from the charge pump of the IR2159. but not long enough to ignite the lamp (see waveforms in Figure 9). Table 1 shows the memory usage. Doing this unique management minimizes power dissipation during shutdown. DS00809B-page 9 . which requires significant current. The microcontroller is put to sleep during this time to minimize current draw and power dissipation. the IR2159 is disabled and the charge pump is no longer functioning. When the shutdown line is asserted. To receive data. Current is drawn directly from the high voltage DC line through a high value resistor. there are some unique power conditions.70 27. Memory Usage of the PIC16F628 Much of the resources on the PIC16F628 are used to implement the DALI specification to its entirety.94 31. With the shutdown line low and the lamp ignited. typically less than 25 ms.34 FIGURE 9: COMMUNICATIONS SIGNAL WITH THE LAMP OFF Receive signal Receive-drive signal RB1 (7) Communications-enable RB0 (6) Pin SD IR2159 Pin LO IR2159 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. the PIC16F628 wakes up and starts the charge pump of the IR2159 long enough to process the command. TABLE 1: Memory Type Program Data EE Data MEMORY USAGE Size 2181 224 128 Used 1918 71 35 % 87.AN809 Shutdown and Low Power With shutdown. The charge pump provides enough current for the microcontroller to run at its internal frequency of 4 MHz during normal operation.

Ribarich. pp. Ribarich. DS00809B-page 10 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc.com/forms/eltdk. requiring very few parts. Rec. Ribarich. J." in IEEE-IAS Conf. http://www. T. 4.. This is a good example of merging digital technology with high voltage analog technology. J.. 3. contact International Rectifier. including hardware and soft material on CD. 2334-2339 T. 2001 2." in IEEE-IAS Conf. Ribarich. Its operation is based on the DALI standards. 1997. Rec. . "IR2159/IR21591 Dimmable Ballast Controller IC.com/product-info/lighting/ To order a complete kit refer to: http://www. Ribarich.irf. "A New Control Method for Dimmable High Frequency Electronic Ballast.AN809 CONCLUSIONS International Rectifier and Microchip jointly developed a solution for the digital dimming ballast. "A New High-Frequency Fluorescent Lamp Model." in IEEE-IAS Conf." Data Sheet. CONTACT INFORMATION For inquiries about reference design materials.. Ribarich. and operates at very low power.html REFERENCES 1. J. 1998 T. 1998 International Rectifier. Rec. "A New Design Procedure for High-Frequency Ballast Design.irf.

R5 L2 R4 R6 C6 + D2 X1 R1 R2 R11 R22 D1 C4 PFC 6 RVDC FIGURE A-1: L R10 F1 RV1 C1 N BR1 1 8 7 M1 R7 C5 R9 2 3 4 5 CVDC 1 VDC CVDO R3 R8 CPH 3 CPH RDIM GND © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. IC2 R13 HO 16 VS 15 C7 VB 14 VCC 13 COM 12 R14 6 MIN 7 FMIN R17 3 RA4 RA7 16 RA8 15 VDD 14 RB7 13 R16 RB6 12 RB5 11 R37 9 RB3 R32 R25 C17 RB4 10 C11 C18 C10 C19 + X2C X2D C14 X2B X2A +5V C15 D6 X2 U1 R30 4 RA5 5 VSS 6 RB0 U2 1 OPTO OPTO RIPH CY C2 R12 C3 IC1 2 VCO R19 M2 C13 L3 IRPLDIM2 SCHEMATIC X3 4 DIM RMAX C12 R26 C8 + D3 C9 R27 D4 APPENDIX A: IRPLDIM2 SCHEMATIC + IC3 C16 RMIN IR2159 5 MAX 3 (-) 1 RA2 RFMIN BR2 RA1 18 RA0 17 2 (+) LO 11 CS 10 8 IPH R23 R24 SD 9 R18 R15 M3 D5 R35 R31 R20 2 RA3 D9 R34 1 4 3 2 R21 D8 PIC16C628 D7 R36 7 RB1 TX 4 2 8 RB2 R29 T1 R33 3 R28 AN809 DS00809B-page 11 .

1600 VDC Capacitor. 0. SMT 1206 Capacitor. SMT 1206 Resistor.2 µF.0Apk Inductor. 275 VAC Capacitor. M3 R15 R33 RFMIN Description Bridge Rectifier. 1KV. 1000V Capacitor. 10 nF. 10 µF. 0.33 µF. C11. 2. SMT 1206 Diodes Diodes Digi-Key Digi-Key Digi-Key Digi-Key Panasonic Coilcraft Coilcraft IR Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic ELF-15N007A Z9265-A Z9264-A IRF820 ERJ-8GEYJ1KV MURS160DICT-ND ZMM5242BCT-ND ZMM5231BCT-ND LL4148 Manufacturer IR Panasonic Panasonic Roederstein Wima Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Johanson Panasonic 102S43W102KV4 ECW-H16102JV ECU-V1H471KBM EEU-EB2V100 EEU-FC1H4R7 PN DF10S ECJ-3YB1E474K ECU-V1H103KBM F1772433-2200 MKP10 ECJ-3VB1E104K DS00809B-page 12 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc.1V Zener SMT 5.7A PFC Inductor. 750 Ohm. 1 nF. 1A 600V SMB 12V Zener SMT 5. 400 VDC Capacitor. . 4.22 µF. 25 VDC. 1N4148 Diode. C8.7 µF.1 µF. 2. 2. 2. SMT1206 Capacitor. SMT 1206 Capacitor. 105C Capacitor. 39K Ohm. 450 VDC. 105C Capacitor. 0. 2. C5. SMT 1206 Capacitor. 1A. 0.0 mH.105C Capacitor.1 µF.AN809 APPENDIX B: TABLE B-1: Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Qty 1 4 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 IRPLDIM2 BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) IRPLDIM2E BOM (LAMP TYPE: T8/36W. M2. 1K Ohm. CVDC C3 C1 C2. CPH.01 µF. 0. 220 pF. D8 D2. C13 C7. 1N4148. D7 D1.0Apk Transistor MOSFET Resistor. 1 µF. ceramic SMT 1206 Capacitor.6V Zener SMT EMI Inductor. C18 C15 C6 C9 C19 C10 C16 C12 C14 CVCO C17 CY D4. D3 D5 D9 D6 L1 L2 L3 M1. SMT 1206 Capacitor. SMT 1812 Capacitor. LINE INPUT VOLTAGE: 185 TO 265 VAC) Reference BR1 C4. 1 nF. 0. 1x10 mH.47 µF. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Y-Capacitor Diode. 22 nF. SMT 1206 Capacitor. 0.0 mH. 25 VDC. SMT DL35 Diode.

10K Ohm. 1M Ohm. R14. 100K Ohm. R16. 7. 10 Ohm. 27K Ohm. R36 RIPH RVDC RMIN RMAX R1. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor. 0. ½ Watt PFC IC for PWR FACTOR IC. R37 F1 IC1 IC2 U1. SMT1206 Resistor. 22K Ohm. 2. SMT 1206 Resistor.5 Ohm. 270K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. 4. 820K Ohm. 0. ¼ Watt Resistor. R2 R3 R6 R7. R13. SMT 1206 Resistor. R20. SMT1206 Resistor. SMT1206 Resistor.5KV ERJ-8GEY22KV ERJ-8GEY22V ERJ-8GEY100KV ERJ-8GEY820KV ERJ-8GEY1MV 1. 470K Ohm Resistor. R27 R22 R23 R31 R28 R29 R32 R25. SMT 1206 Resistor. DS00809B-page 13 . 360K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor.5K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. R34. 47K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor.AN809 TABLE B-1: Item 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 Qty 6 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 IRPLDIM2E BOM (LAMP TYPE: T8/36W. 22 Ohm. R30 R10.6 Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. 1M Ohm Resistor. 28K Ohm. U2 U3 T1 Description Resistor. 1 Ohm.0QBK ERJ-8GEYJ27KV PN ERJ-8GEYJ10KV © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc.2K Ohm. R21. R35. SMT 1206 Resistor. 75K. ¼ Watt Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor. 33K Ohm. 470K Ohm. Dimming Ballast Controller Mini-flat package Photo coupler Microcontroller PDIP SOT23 MP Transistor NPN Manufacturer Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Yageo Yageo Yageo Yageo Yageo Panasonic Yageo Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Dale ST IR SHARP Microchip Digi-Key CW-1/2 L6561D IR2159 PC357NT PIC16F628P FMMT491ACT-ND 470KQBK ERJ-8GEYJ680KV ERJ-8GEYJ7. 0. SMT 1206 Resistor. R24 R9.5W Resistor. R11 R17 R8 R18 R19 R4 R5 R26. SMT1206 Resistor. 18K Ohm. 680K Ohm. ¼ Watt Resistor. 100K Ohm. LINE INPUT VOLTAGE: 185 TO 265 VAC (CON’T) Reference RDIM R12.7K Ohm.

350 VDC. C11.22 µF. J4. 4. SMT 1206 Capacitor. 1KV. R03.2 µF. LINE INPUT VOLTAGE: 185 TO 265 VAC (CON’T) Reference BR2 X1 X2 X3 J1. 400 VDC Capacitor. SMT DL35 Diode. SMT 1206 Capacitor.1 µF. SMT 1206 Y-Capacitor Diode. 0. C13 C7.AN809 TABLE B-1: Item 62 63 64 65 66 67 Qty 1 1 1 1 7 8 IRPLDIM2E BOM (LAMP TYPE: T8/36W.5 nF. 1N4148 Diode. D8 D2.1 µF. 1. SMT 1206 Manufacturer General Semiconductors Wago Wago PN MB2S TABLE B-2: Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Qty 1 3 1 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 IRPLDIM2U BOM (LAMP TYPE: T8/32W. 105C Capacitor. R06. 0. 1N4148. 1000V Capacitor. R02.47 µF. 0.33 µF. 10 µF.2 nF. C5 C3 C1 CPH.7 µF. SMT 1206 Capacitor.105C Capacitor. 220 pF.33 µF. 22 nF. J3.5A 200V Mini SM Bridge Rect. SMT 1206 Capacitor. SMT 1206 Capacitor. Connector. SMT 1812 Capacitor. J5. R08 Description 0.01 µF. 105C Capacitor. CVDC C2. D7 D1. 2. 1 nF. 0. 1 µF. R07. 0. 4 terminal Phone Connector RJ11 Jumper Resistor. . R04. C8. 1A. 0. 2 terminal Connector. 25 VDC. J2. LINE INPUT VOLTAGE: 90 TO 140 VAC Reference BR1 C4. 0 Ohm. 25 VDC. SMT 1206 Capacitor. ceramic SMT 1206 Capacitor. D3 Description Bridge Rectifier. R05. 8. J7 R01. SMT 1206 Capacitor. 1600 VDC Capacitor. C18 C15 C6 C9 C19 C10 C16 C12 C14 CVCO C17 CY D4. J6. 0. 1A 600V SMB Diodes Diodes Digi-Key MURS160DICT-ND LL4148 Wima Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Johanson Panasonic ECU-V1H471KBM EEU-FC1H4R7 MKP10 ECJ-3VB1E104K Manufacturer IR Panasonic Panasonic Roederstein PN DF10S ECJ-3YB1E474K ECU-V1H103KBM F1772433-2200 DS00809B-page 14 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. 275 VAC Capacitor.

0Apk Inductor. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor.5W Manufacturer Digi-Key Digi-Key Digi-Key Panasonic Coilcraft Coilcraft IR IR Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Yageo Yageo Yageo Yageo Yageo Panasonic Yageo ERJ-*GEY10V ERJ-8GEYJ680KV ERJ-8GEYJ7. SMT1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor. 13K Ohm.0Apk Transistor Mosfet Transistor Mosfet Resistor. 0. 10K Ohm. R14. R36 RIPH R12 RVDC RMIN RMAX R1. SMT 1206 Resistor. 18K Ohm. 39K Ohm.1 V Zener SMT 5. SMT 1206 Resistor. R34. R24 R9. 22 Ohm. R30 R10.5K Ohm.5K Ohm. 0. 1M Ohm. R11 R17 R8 R18 R19 R4 R5 R26. SMT 1206 Resistor. 10 Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. 7. 1 Ohm. R20.7A PFC Inductor. R16.0 mH.0QBK ERJ-8GEYJ10KV ELF-15N007A Z9265-A Z9264-A IRF730 IRF720 ERJ-8GEYJ1KV PN ZMM5242BCT-ND ZMM5231BCT-ND © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. 0. SMT 1206 Resistor.6V Zener SMT EMI Inductor. R13.0 mH. 1K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. 28K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. 330K Ohm Resistor. 2. SMT 1206 Resistor. 2. 2. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT1206 Resistor. 100K Ohm. 2. 100K Ohm. M3 R15 R33 RFMIN RDIM.AN809 TABLE B-2: Item 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 IRPLDIM2U BOM (LAMP TYPE: T8/32W. SMT 1206 Resistor. 1x10 mH. ¼ Watt Resistor. ¼ Watt Resistor. 22K Ohm. 25. DS00809B-page 15 . 135K Ohm. 1M Ohm Resistor. 47K Ohm. ¼ Watt Resistor. R21. R27 R22 Description 12 V Zener SMT 5. SMT 1206 Resistor. R2 R3 R6 R7. 750 Ohm. 820K Ohm.5KV ERJ-8GEY22KV ERJ-8GEY22V ERJ-8GEY100KV ERJ-8GEY820KV ERJ-8GEY1MV 1. 680K Ohm.75 Ohm. R35. LINE INPUT VOLTAGE: 90 TO 140 VAC (CON’T) Reference D5 D9 D6 L1 L2 L3 M1 M2.

4 terminal Phone Connector RJ11 Jumper Resistor. R07. SMT1206 Resistor. 360K Ohm. R05.2K Ohm. R06. 2. 47K Ohm. 0 Ohm. 4. R03.7K Ohm. U2 U3 T1 BR2 X1 X2 X3 J1. J7 R01.AN809 TABLE B-2: Item 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Qty 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 8 IRPLDIM2U BOM (LAMP TYPE: T8/32W. SMT1206 Resistor. 0. SMT 1206 Resistor. . 75K. R37 F1 IC1 IC2 U1. J2. SMT 1206 Resistor. SMT 1206 Wago Manufacturer Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Dale ST IR SHARP Microchip Digi-Key General Semiconductors CW-1/2 L6561D IR2159 PC357NT PIC16F628P FMMT491ACT-ND MB2S PN DS00809B-page 16 © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. Dimming Ballast Controller Mini-flat package Photo coupler Microcontroller PDIP SOT23 MP Transistor NPN 0. R08 Description Resistor. Connector. LINE INPUT VOLTAGE: 90 TO 140 VAC (CON’T) Reference R23 R31 R28 R29 R32 R25. ½ Watt PFC IC for PWR FACTOR IC. SMT1206 Resistor. J3. J5.5A 200V Mini SM Bridge Rect. 470K Ohm. SMT 1206 Resistor. R02. R04. J4.5 Ohm. 2 terminal Connector. J6.

S.Note the following details of the code protection feature on PICmicro® MCUs. In-Circuit Serial Programming. No licenses are conveyed. Information contained in this publication regarding device applications and the like is intended through suggestion only and may be superseded by updates.A. KEELOQ® code hopping devices. Printed on recycled paper. Microchip is willing to work with the customer who is concerned about the integrity of their code. Arizona in July 1999. PICC. All other trademarks mentioned herein are property of their respective companies. SEEVAL and The Embedded Control Solutions Company are registered trademarks of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U. FilterLab. microID.A. Printed in the U. ICSP. It is your responsibility to ensure that your application meets with your specifications. The Company’s quality system processes and procedures are QS-9000 compliant for its PICmicro® 8-bit MCUs. rfPIC. PIC. Microchip received QS-9000 quality system certification for its worldwide headquarters. Neither Microchip nor any other semiconductor manufacturer can guarantee the security of their code. There are dishonest and possibly illegal methods used to breach the code protection feature. PICDEM. KEELOQ. We at Microchip are committed to continuously improving the code protection features of our product. Select Mode and Total Endurance are trademarks of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U.S. under any intellectual property rights. to our knowledge. the Microchip logo. • • • If you have any further questions about this matter. MPLINK.net. when used in the intended manner and under normal conditions. implicitly or otherwise. fuzzyLAB. MPLIB. or infringement of patents or other intellectual property rights arising from such use or otherwise. PICMASTER. dsPIC. PICDEM. MXDEV. design and wafer fabrication facilities in Chandler and Tempe. PICmicro. In addition. Code protection is constantly evolving. FlexROM.A.A. DS00809B . Serial EEPROMs and microperipheral products. require using the PICmicro microcontroller in a manner outside the operating specifications contained in the data sheet. MPASM. Serialized Quick Turn Programming (SQTP) is a service mark of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U. © 2002. Use of Microchip’s products as critical components in life support systems is not authorized except with express written approval by Microchip. MPSIM.. MPLAB. microPort. Microchip Technology Incorporated.page 17 . • • • The PICmicro family meets the specifications contained in the Microchip Data Sheet. Trademarks The Microchip name and logo.S. Code protection does not mean that we are guaranteeing the product as “unbreakable”. PICSTART. © 2002 Microchip Technology Inc. PRO MATE. Microchip believes that its family of PICmicro microcontrollers is one of the most secure products of its kind on the market today. All Rights Reserved. Migratable Memory. please contact the local sales office nearest to you. All of these methods. ICEPIC. Microchip’s quality system for the design and manufacture of development systems is ISO 9001 certified.S. The person doing so may be engaged in theft of intellectual property. and other countries. No representation or warranty is given and no liability is assumed by Microchip Technology Incorporated with respect to the accuracy or use of such information. FanSense. ECONOMONITOR.

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