The ADM1275 is a Hot-Swap controller that allows a circuit board to be removed from or inserted into a live backplane. It also features current and voltage readback via an integrated 12- bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), communicated through a PMBus interface. The load current is measured using an internal current sense amplifier measuring the voltage across a sense resistor in the power path via the SENSE+ pin and the SENSE- pin. A default limit of 20mV is set but this can be adjusted if required using a resistor divider network from the internal reference voltage to the ISET pin. The ADM1275 limits the current through the sense resistor by controlling the gate voltage of an external N-channel FET in the power path, via the GATE pin. The sense voltage (and therefore the load current) is maintained below the preset maximum. The ADM1275 protects the external FET by limiting the time the FET remains on while the current is at the maximum value. This current limit time is set by the choice of capacitor connected to the TIMER pin. In addition, a foldback resistor network can be used to actively lower the current limit as the voltage across the FET is increased. This helps to maintain constant power in the FET and allows the SOA to be adhered to in an effective manner.
In case of a short-circuit event, a fast internal overcurrent detector will respond within 300ns and signal the gate to shut down. A 750mA pulldown device will ensure a fast FET response. The ADM1275 features overvoltage and undervoltage protection, programmed by using external resistor dividers on the UV and OV pins. A PWRGD signal can be used to detect when the output supply is valid, using the FLB pin to monitor the output. GPO pins can be configured as various output signals, one of which is to assert when a programmed current level is reached.
A 12-bit ADC can measure the current in the sense resistor, as well as the supply voltage on the SENSE+ pin or the output voltage. A PMBus interface allows a controller to read current and voltage data from the ADC. Measurements can be initiated by a PMBus command. Alternatively, the ADC can run continuously, and the user can read the latest conversion data whenever it is required. Up to 4 unique PMBus addresses can be selected, depending on the way the ADR pin is connected. The ADM1275-1 and ADM1275-3 can be configured with the LATCH pin to latch off or auto retry and are packaged in a 20-lead. The ADM1275-2 is available in a latch off model only (16-lead).
|ADM1275: Hot Swap Controller and Digital Power Monitor with PMBus Interface Data Sheet (Rev C, 04/2013) (pdf, 998 kB)||产品数据手册|
|AN-1135: ADC采样信息ADM1275/ADM1276/ADM1075 (pdf, 171 kB)||应用笔记|
|AN-1135: ADC Sampling Information ADM1275/ADM1276/ADM1075 (pdf, 171 kB)||应用笔记|
Webcast: Hot Swap Design, How to Get it Right
This webcast closely examines the components of a hot swap design and find out what's critical to getting it right.
|UG-353: Hot Swap and Power Monitor Software (pdf, 478 kB)||用户指导|
|UG-241: Using the Simulation Model for the ADM1275 and ADM1276 (pdf, 417 kB)||用户指导|
|UG-263：评估ADM1275和ADM1276 (pdf, 434 kB)||用户指导|
|UG-241: Using the Simulation Model for the ADM1275 and ADM1276 (pdf, 417 kB)||ADIsim Design/Simulation Tools|
Hot Swap Controller Simulaton Model
Simulation model to help users simulate their designs with ADM1275 or ADM1276 hot swap controls.
Hot-Swap & Power Monitoring Evaluation Software
Requires the ADMxxxx Common Run-time to be installed in order to provide driver support for the USB-SMBUS-CABLEZ and USB-SDP-CABLEZ interface connectors.