SLVUB50C June   2017  – March 2019 UCD90120A , UCD90124A , UCD90160 , UCD90160A , UCD90320 , UCD90320U , UCD9090 , UCD9090-Q1 , UCD9090A , UCD90910

 

  1.   UCD90xxx Sequencer Schematics Guidelines
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 UCD Power Supply Review
      1. 2.1 UCD90240, UCD90320 and UCD90320U
      2. 2.2 Remaining UCD90xxx Devices
    3. 3 I/O Signals Review
      1. 3.1 Analog Monitor (MONx/AMONx) Pin Review
      2. 3.2 PMBUS Signals Review
      3. 3.3 GPIO Pins Review
      4. 3.4 Margin Pins Review
      5.      Trademarks
  2.   Revision History

UCD90240, UCD90320 and UCD90320U

The UCD90240, UCD90320 and UCD90320U devices have the following power supply parameters:

  • Pin A2, G13, M12, and N10 leave floating or isolated
  • Pin G12, K11, M10 and N13 ties to DVSS
  • K12 ties to V33D
  • Three 1-μF X7R ceramic capacitors in parallel with two 0.1-μF X7R ceramic capacitors for BPCAP decoupling
  • Two 1-μF X7R ceramic capacitors in parallel with four 0.1-μF X7R ceramic capacitors and two 0.01-μF X7R ceramic capacitors for V33D decoupling
  • One 1-μF X7R ceramic capacitor in parallel with one 0.1-μF X7R ceramic capacitor and one 0.01-μF X7R ceramic capacitor for V33A decoupling. A 1-Ω resistor can be placed between V33D and V33A to decouple the noise on V33D from V33A.
  • One 1-μF X7R ceramic capacitor in parallel with one 0.01-μF X7R ceramic capacitor for VREFA+ decoupling (if used)
  • Place decoupling capacitors as close to the device as possible
  • If an application does not use the RESET signal, the RESET pin must be tied to V33D, either by direct connection to the nearest V33D pin, or by an R-C circuit as shown in Figure 1.
r-c_circuit.gifFigure 1. RESET With R-C Network
analog_input_circuit.gifFigure 2. Example of Analog Inputs