UCC29002

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Advanced 8 pin load share controller, -40°C to 105°C

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Parameters

Share bus Single-Ended Operating supply current (mA) 2.5 Startup current (uA) 2500 Operating supply (Min) (V) 4.375 Operating supply (Max) (V) 14.25 Features UVLO Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 105 open-in-new Find other Load share controllers

Package | Pins | Size

PDIP (P) 8 93 mm² 9.81 x 9.43 SOIC (D) 8 19 mm² 3.91 x 4.9 VSSOP (DGK) 8 15 mm² 3 x 4.9 open-in-new Find other Load share controllers

Features

  • High Accuracy, Better Than 1% Current Share
    Error at Full Load
  • High-Side or Low-Side (GND Reference) Current-
    Sense Capability
  • Ultra-Low Offset Current Sense Amplifier
  • Single Wire Load Share Bus
  • Full Scale Adjustability
  • Intel® SSI Load Share Specification Compliant
  • Disconnect from Load Share Bus at Stand-By
  • Load Share Bus Protection Against Shorts to GND
    or to the Supply Rail
  • 8-Pin MSOP Package Minimizes Space
  • Lead-Free Assembly
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Description

The UCC39002 device is an advanced, high-performance, and low-cost load share controller that provides all necessary functions to parallel multiple independent power supplies or DC-to-DC modules. Targeted for high-reliability applications in server, workstation, telecom, and other distributed power systems, the controller is suitable for N+1 redundant systems or high current applications where off-the-shelf power supplies must be paralleled.

The BiCMOS UCC39002 is based on the automatic master or slave architecture of the UC3902 and UC3907 load share controllers. The device provides better than 1% current share error between modules at full load by using a very low offset post-package-trimmed current sense amplifier and a high-gain negative feedback loop. And with the amplifier’s common-mode range of 0 V to the supply rail, the current sense resistor, RSHUNT, can be placed in either the GND return path or in the positive output rail of the power supply.

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Design & development

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Hardware development

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Description

The UCC39002 is an advanced, high-performance load-share controller that provides all the necessary functions to parallel multiple independent power supplies or dc-to-dc modules. This load-share circuit is based upon the automatic master/slave architecture utilized in the UC3902 and UC3907 (...)

Features
  • High accuracy, better than 1% current share error at full load
  • High-side current sensing
  • Ultra-low offset current sense amplifier
  • Single wire load-share bus
  • Intel® SSI load-share spcification compliant
  • Disconnect from load-share bus at stand-by
  • Load-share bus protection against shorts to GND or to the (...)

Design tools & simulation

CALCULATION TOOLS Download
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SLUC019.ZIP (129 KB)
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SLUC684.ZIP (109 KB)

Reference designs

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Reverse Power Supply - Eight Inputs One Output Reference Design
PMP10099 This reference design is a power solution for reverse-powered telecom applications. Up to eight isolated inputs provide one common output; the load is shared equally between all active converters.
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PDIP (P) 8 View options
SOIC (D) 8 View options
VSSOP (DGK) 8 View options

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