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FAN6500X Family PWM Buck Converters Is Released,Which Push ON Semiconductor To Move Forward

Published time: 2018-07-25

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Latest ON Semiconductor Product Press Release:

PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON),Announced New Family of Multi-Chip Module PWM Buck Regulators.The release of this product shows that ON Semiconductor has taken another step forward in the development of the industry,which driving energy efficient innovations.

The PWM Buck Regulators Offer Market-Leading Current Density and Fully Integrated MOSFETs.

On the other hand, use of an integrated MOSFET also results in the FAN6500x range of DC-DC converters having better EMI performance and lower ringing that a design using an external MOSFET.
FAN6500X Family PWM Buck Converters series delivers exceptional levels of integration for higher efficiency and reliability.

The introduction of FAN6500X Family

FAN6500X Family PWM Buck Converters,Supporting a wide input voltage range of 4.5 V to 65 V, an output current of up to 10 A and output power of 100 W, 
The new FAN6500X family of buck converters combines the time tested fixed frequency control scheme with flexible Type III compensation and robust fault protection.
ON Semiconductor has integrated its PowerTrench® MOSFET technology to create a rugged integrated solution that delivers industry leading power density and efficiency for DC-DC applications.

What is the benefits of FAN6500X Family PWM Buck Converters

By combining ON Semiconductor’s PowerTrench MOSFET process with industry-leading packaging technology in a PQFN footprint, the FAN65008B/5A/4B PWM buck converters deliver extremely low parasitics in the power path, enabling developers to realize a peak efficiency of 98.5%, with low ringing and better EMI than a solution that uses an external MOSFET.

All three devices support a wide input voltage range from 4.5 V to 65 V, making them applicable to a large range of applications in the Industrial and Consumer sectors, from Base Station Power supplies to Home Automation.


FAN6500X Family PWM Buck Converters



They are also suitable for battery management systems, as well as USB Power Delivery (PD) applications. The integration of two LDOs plus an on-chip Power Path switch gives designers the flexibility to power the controller from the input voltage, the buck converter output or through the PVCC pin using the Power Path.

The high level of integration means manufacturers can use the FAN6500x family to strike the right balance between power density, BoM cost, performance and flexibility. By leveraging its PowerTrench MOSFET technology, ON Semiconductor successfully addresses the key features developers look for in a power management solution.

The FAN6500x family implements an exhaustive range of features to protect itself and any downstream circuits from damage. These include adjustable Over-Current protection, Thermal Shutdown, Over-Voltage protection and Short-Circuit protection.

“With the release of the FAN6500X family of parts ON Semiconductor has produced a series of robust solutions to help customers meet their mid-voltage DC-DC needs with industry leading efficiency, power density, and flexibility,” said Richard Lu, Vice President of Mobile, Computing and Cloud Division, ON Semiconductor.ON Semiconductor offers supporting evaluation boards (FAN65004B-GEVB, FAN65005A-GEVB, and FAN65008B-GEVB). 

What is the touted features of the FAN6500x family:

Wide input voltage range (4.5V to 65V)
Can handle up to 10A
Provides up to 100W of power
Programmable switching frequency (100kHz to 1MHz)
Selectable PWM modes for adjusting to load type
Over current, thermal, over voltage, under voltage, and short circuit protection
Dual inbuilt LDOs for single supply operation
External compensation

The market information of FAN65004B family

They are available in a PQFN-35 IC package which is intended to help keep power circuits smaller and cooler. FAN6500xx series delivers exceptional levels of integration for higher efficiency and reliability.The FAN65004B family is offered in a PQFN-35 package and is priced at $2.68 per unit in 3000 unit quantities. 

The Introduction of ON Semiconductor FAN6500xx Switching Controllers 
ON Semiconductor FAN6500xx Switching Controllers are wide input voltage highly efficient synchronous buck regulator with integrated high-side and low-side power MOSFETs. These controllers incorporate a fixed frequency voltage mode PWM controller with 4.5V-65V wide voltage range and can handle continuous currents up to 6A, 8A, and 10A. The FAN6500xx controllers include a 0.67% accurate reference voltage to achieve tight regulation. These controllers switching frequency can be performed from 100kHz to 1MHz.

The FAN6500xx controllers use ON Semiconductor’s high-performance PowerTrench® MOSFETs that reduces ringing in switching applications. These controllers offer protection features like overcurrent protection, thermal shutdown, under-voltage lockout, overvoltage protection, under voltage protection, and short-circuit protection. Typical applications include high-voltage POL module, telecommunications, networking, and industrial equipment.

ON Semiconductor FAN6500xx Switching Controllers'Applications

High voltage POL module
Telecommunications:
Base station power supplies
Networking:
Computing, battery management systems, and USB-PD
Industrial equipment:
Automation, power tools, and slot machines

The Related FAN65004B datasheet

FAN65004B datasheet

FAN65008B datasheet

FAN65005A datasheet

About ON Semiconductor

ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ON) is driving energy-saving innovations that enable customers to reduce global energy use. The company is a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions offering a comprehensive energy efficiency, power management, analog, sensor, logic, timing, connectivity, discrete, SoC and custom equipment. The company's products help engineers solve their unique design challenges in automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, medical, aerospace and defense applications.

ON Semiconductor operates a responsive, reliable, world-class supply chain and quality program, a robust compliance and ethics program, and a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in key markets throughout North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific regions.

The History of DC-DC Buck Converters

In the past, most devices have been powered by a mains adaptor that provided a seemingly endless supply of power. Handheld devices such as radios did not integrate complex logic circuits and could handle a wide range of input voltages which meant they could run off several AA batteries. However, as electronics became more advanced and designers started to integrate logic into portable device engineers realized they could no longer get away with making portable toasters.

While linear regulators are still used, they were often the only source of regulation and this typically meant large voltage drops which directly translates to hideous amounts of power loss. One workaround is to use a DC-DC buck convert before the regulator which can take a DC source (such as 12V), and then step it down to 7V. DC-DC buck converters are incredibly efficient (as high as 95%) and are often used to reduce power consumption which can extend the life of portable devices (as well as keeping them cooler).

For those who remember, the ZX Spectrum was also a lap warmer with its 7805 regulator. Image courtesy spdns.DC-DC buck converters have come a long way from their beginnings. They can now be found in very small packages and require very few external components to work.

But DC-DC converters are not without their problems with one of the worse being EMI (electromagnetic interference). EMI is a particular pain in DC-DC buck converters because of the strict regulations on commercial products that require all electronic devices to be both immune to interference and not interfere with other devices. DC-DC converters are usually more than capable of handling external interference, but they are often the source of interference. This is mainly due to the fact that DC-DC converts rely on high-frequency power switching which can very easily emit radio waves. EMI issues can also be exaggerated in high power situations where an external MOSFET is required to handle the large voltages and currents (since the radiating component is now external to the DC-DC IC).

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