Overview

Features and Benefits

  • Programmable device power supply (DPS)
    • FV, MI, MV, FNMV functions
  • 5 internal current ranges (on-chip RSENSE)
    • ±5 μA, ±25 μA, ±250 μA, ±2.5 mA, ±25 mA
  • 2 external high current ranges (external RSENSE)
    • EXTFORCE1: ±1.2 A maximum
    • EXTFORCE2: ±500 mA maximum
  • Integrated programmable levels
    • All 16-bit DACs: force DAC, comparator DACs, clamp DACs, offset DAC, OSD DAC, DGS DAC
  • Programmable Kelvin clamp and alarm
  • Offset and gain correction registers on-chip
  • Ramp mode on force DAC for power supply slewing
  • Programmable slew rate feature, 1 V/μs to 0.3 V/μs
  • DUTGND Kelvin sense and alarm
  • 25 V FV span with asymmetrical operation within −22 V/+25 V
  • On-chip comparators
  • Gangable for higher current
  • Guard amplifier
  • System PMU connections
  • Current clamps
  • Die temperature sensor and shutdown feature
  • On-chip diode thermal array
  • Diagnostic register allows access to internal nodes
  • Open-drain alarm flags (temperature, current clamp, Kelvin alarm)
  • SPI-/MICROWIRE-/DSP-compatible interface
  • 64-lead (10 mm × 10 mm) TQFP with exposed pad (on top)
  • 72-ball (8 mm × 8 mm) flip-chip BGA

Product Details

The AD5560 is a high performance, highly integrated device power supply consisting of programmable force voltages and measure ranges. This part includes the required DAC levels to set the programmable inputs for the drive amplifier, as well as clamping and comparator circuitry. Offset and gain correction is included on-chip for DAC functions. A number of programmable measure current ranges are available: five internal fixed ranges and two external customer-selectable ranges (EXTFORCE1 and EXTFORCE2) that can supply currents up to ±1.2 A and ±500 mA, respectively. The voltage range possible at this high current level is limited by headroom and the maximum power dissipation. Current ranges in excess of ±1.2 A or at high current and high voltage combinations can be achieved by paralleling or ganging multiple DPS devices. Open-drain alarm outputs are provided in the event of overcurrent, overtemperature, or Kelvin alarm on either the SENSE or DUTGND line.

The DPS functions are controlled via a simple 3-wire serial interface compatible with SPI, QSPI, MICROWIRE, and DSP interface standards running at clock speeds of up to 50 MHz.

Applications

  • Automatic test equipment (ATE)
    • Device power supply

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