CAR0812FP series rectifier

CAR0812FP series rectifier
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Features
RoHS Compliant
Applications

Universal input with PFC

Constant power characteristic

2 front panel LEDs: LED1-input
LED2 - [output, fault, over temp]

Remote ON/OFF control of the 12VDC output

Remote sense on the 12VDC output

No minimum load requirements

Active load sharing (single wire)

Hot Plug-ability

Efficiency: typically 92.5% @ 50% load
and 90.0% @ 20% load

Standby orderable either as 3.3VDC or 5VDC

12VDC distributed power architectures

Datacom and Telecom applications


Auto recoverable OC & OT protection
Mid to high-end Servers

Operating temperature: -10 - 70C (de-rated above 50C)

Enterprise Networking

Digital status & control: I2C and PMBus serial bus

Network Attached Storage

EN/IEC/UL60950-1 2nd edition; UL, CSA and VDE

Telecom Access Nodes

EMI: class A or B FCC docket 20780 part 15, EN55022

Routers/Switches

Meets EN6100 immunity and transient standards


ATE Equipment
Shock & vibration: NEBS GR-63-CORE, level 3
Description
The CAR0812FP series of rectifiers provide highly efficient isolated power from world-wide commercial AC mains.
Offered in the industry standard compact 1U form factor, these rectifiers complement the CAR0812DC converter line,
providing comprehensive solutions for systems connected either to commercial ac mains or 48/60VDC power plants.
This plug and play approach, between AC and DC input units, has significant advantages since systems can be readily
reconfigured by simply replacing the power supply.
The high-density, front-to-back airflow is designed for minimal space utilization and is highly expandable for future
growthThe industry standard PMBus compliant I2C communications buss offers a full range of control and monitoring
capabilities. The SMBAlert signal pin alerts customers automatically of any state change within the power supply.
*
†
‡
§
**
+
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
CSA is a registered trademark of Canadian Standards Association.
VDE is a trademark of Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker e.V.
Intended for integration into end-user equipment. All the required procedures for CE marking of end-user equipment should be followed. (The CE mark is placed on selected products.)
ISO is a registered trademark of the International Organization of Standards.
PMBus name and logo are registered trademarks of the System Management Interface Forum (SMIF)
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Stresses in excess of the absolute maximum ratings can cause permanent damage to the device. These are absolute stress ratings only, functional
operation of the device is not implied at these or any other conditions in excess of those given in the operations sections of the data sheet. Exposure
to absolute maximum ratings for extended periods can adversely affect the device reliability.
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Input Voltage: Continuous
VIN
0
264
VAC
Operating Ambient Temperature
TA
-10
701
°C
Tstg
-40
Storage Temperature
I/O Isolation voltage to Frame (100% factory Hi-Pot tested)
85
°C
1500
VAC
Electrical Specifications
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications apply over all operating input voltage, load, and temperature conditions.
INPUT
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
852
110/230
264
Vac
Frequency Range
VIN
FIN
47
50/60
63
Hz
Main Output Turn_OFF
VIN
68
75
VAC
Main Output Turn ON
VIN
76
84
VAC
IIN
11
6.1
AAC
IIN
40
APEAK
Operational Range
Maximum Input Current VIN= 100VAC
(VOUT= VO, set, IOUT=IO, max)
VIN= 180VAC
Cold Start Inrush Current
(Excluding x-caps, 25C, <10ms, per ETSI 300-132)
230V 115V
90
87
Efficiency (TAMB=25C, VOUT= 12V, IO, max)
100% load
75% load
91
89
92.5
90
20% load
90
88
10% load
82.5
83

50% load
Power Factor (Vin=230VAC, IOUT=IO, max)
Holdup time3
(TAMB 25C, VOUT = 12VDC, IOUT = IO, max)
Early warning prior to output falling below regulation
PF
0.99
T
12
Leakage Current (VIN= 250VAC, Fin = 60Hz)
IIN
T
Isolation Input/Output
%
ms
2
ms
3
DC
3000
Input/Frame
Output/Frame
VAC
1500
VAC
100
VDC
12Vdc MAIN OUTPUT
Parameter
Output Power
VIN > 90VAC
VIN ≤ 90VAC
Set point
Overall regulation (line, load, temperature)
Ripple and noise4
Turn-ON overshoot
Symbol
W
VOUT
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
0
-
850
0
11.9
-2
12.00
750
12.1
+2
VDC
%
120
mVp-p
+3
%
VOUT
W
Derated above 50C at 2.5%/C
Unit derates to 750W below 90Vac.
3 12V output can decay down to 10.8V
4 Measured across a 10µf electrolytic and a 0.1µf ceramic capacitors in parallel. 20MHz bandwidth
1
2
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
12Vdc MAIN OUTPUT (continued)
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
2
sec
40
ms
50
ms
-5
+5
%VOUT
10.8
13.2
VDC
15.5
VDC
Turn-ON delay
Remote ON/OFF delay time
T
Turn-ON rise time (10 – 90% of VOUT)
Transient response 50% step [10%-60%, 50% - 100%]
(di/dt – 1A/µs, recovery 500µs)
VOUT
Programmable range (hardware & software)
Overvoltage protection, latched
(recovery by cycling OFF/ON via hardware or software)
13.5
Output current
Current limit, Hiccup (level programmable)
IOUT
Active current share – greater than 20% load
14.5
0
71
ADC
106
125
% of FL
-5
+5
% of FL
Max
Unit
STANDBY OUTPUT
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Set point
VOUT
Overall regulation (load, temperature, aging)
VOUT
-5
IOUT
0
Typ
3.3 / 5.0
VDC
Ripple and noise
Output current
Isolation
Output/Frame
+5
%
50
mVp-p
1
ADC
VDC
100
General Specifications
Parameter
Min
Typ
Service Life
Weight
Units
Notes
hrs
Full load, 25C per Bellcore RPP
Full load, 50C per Bellcore RPP
10
Yrs
Full load, excluding fans
1.09 (2.4)
Kgs (Lbs)
300,000
100,000
Reliability
Max
Feature Specifications
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications apply over all operating input voltage, resistive load, and temperature conditions. See Feature
Descriptions for additional information.
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Remote ON/OFF (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (Module ON)
Logic Low (Module OFF)
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
20
µA
VIH
0.7VDD

12
VDC
IIL


1
mA
VIL
0

0.8
VDC
IIH
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Feature Specifications (continued)
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
VDC
Output Voltage programming (Vprog) [internally 1k pull up to 3.3V]
Equation: VOUT = 10.8 + (Vprog * 0.96)
Vprog range
Vprog
0

2.5
Programmed output voltage range
VOUT
10.8

13.2
VDC
Voltage adjustment resolution (8-bit A/D)
VOUT

10

mVDC
Output configured to 13.2VDC
Vprog
2.5
3.0
VDC
Output configured to the 12VDC set-point
Vprog
3.0


VDC
12V output OFF
VI
0.7VDD

12
VDC
12V output ON
VI
0

0.8
VDC
VI
VI
0.7VDD
0


12
0.8
VDC
VDC
Enable [short pin controlling presence of the 12VDC output]
Write protect (Wp)
Write protect enabled
Write protect disabled
INPUT(AC)-OK (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (Input within normal range)

20
µA
VOH
0.7VDD

12
VDC
IOL


4
mA
VOL
0

0.4
VDC

20
µA
IOH
Logic Low (Input out of range)
DC-OK (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (Output voltage is present)
IOH
Logic Low (Output voltage is not present)
VOH
0.7VDD

12
VDC
IOL


4
mA
VOL
0

0.4
VDC
Over Temperature Warning (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (temperature within normal range)

20
µA
VOH
0.7VDD

12
VDC
IOL


4
mA
VOL
0

0.4
Tdelay
10
IOH
Logic Low (temperature is too high)
Delayed shutdown after Logic Low transition
VDC
sec
Fault (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (No fault is present)
IOH
Logic Low (Fault is present)
VOH
0.7VDD

20
µA

12
VDC
IOL


4
mA
VOL
0

0.4
VDC
VIL
0

0.1
VDC
PS Present (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (Power supply is not plugged in)
Logic Low (Power supply is present)
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Feature Specifications (continued)
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit

20
µA

12
VDC
SMBAlert# (Interrupt) (Needs to be pulled HI via an external resistor)
Logic High (No Alert - normal)
IOH
Logic Low (Alert is set)
VOH
0.7VDD
IOL


4
mA
VOL
0

0.4
VDC
Output current monitor (Imon)
Resolution
40
Accuracy, load greater than 25%
10
%
80
ADC
Measurement range
Io
0
Analog output range
Vmon
0
Sourced output current
mV/A
-10
Io
3
VDC
5
mADC
Digital Interface Specifications
Parameter
Conditions
Symbol
Min
Input Logic High Voltage (CLK, DATA)
VIH
Input Logic Low Voltage (CLK, DATA)
VIL
Input high sourced current (CLK, DATA)
IIH
Typ
Max
Unit
2.1
3.6
VDC
0
0.8
VDC
0
10
μA
PMBus Signal Interface Characteristics
Output Low sink Voltage (CLK, DATA, SMBALERT#)
IOUT=3.5mA
Output Low sink current (CLK, DATA, SMBALERT#)
Output High open drain leakage current (CLK,DATA,
SMBALERT#)
PMBus Operating frequency range
VOL
0.4
VDC
IOL
3.5
mA
VOUT=3.6V
IOH
0
10
μA
Slave Mode
FPMB
10
400
kHz
Measurement System Characteristics (all measurement tolerances are typical estimations under normal operating conditions)
Clock stretching
IOUT measurement range
tSTRETCH
Linear
IOUT measurement accuracy 25°C
VOUT measurement range
Linear
VOUT measurement accuracy
Temp measurement range
Linear
Temp measurement accuracy5
IIN measurement range
Linear
IIN measurement accuracy
VIN measurement range
Linear
VIN measurement accuracy
PIN measurement range
Linear
PIN measurement accuracy
Fan Speed measurement range
Linear
Fan Speed measurement accuracy
Fan speed control range
5
Linear
25
ms
IRNG
0
80
ADC
IACC
-5
+5
%
VDC
VOUT(rng)
0
14
VOUT(acc)
-5
+5
%
Temp(rng)
0
120
C
Temp(acc)
-5
+5
%
IIN(rng)
0
15
AAC
IIN(acc)
-5
+5
%
VAC
VIN(rng)
0
300
VIN(acc)
-5
+5
%
PN(rng)
0
1000
W
PIN(acc)
-5
+5
%
RPM
0
30k
-10
10
%
0
100
%
Temperature accuracy reduces non-linearly with decreasing temperature
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Environmental Specifications
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
Ambient Temperature
-106
Typ
70
°C
Storage Temperature
-40
85
°C
Operating Altitude
2250/7382
m/ft
8200/30k
m / ft
Power Derating with Temperature
2.5
%/°C
Power Derating with Altitude
2.0
C/301 m
C/1000 ft
55
dbA
Non-operating Altitude
Acoustic noise
Over Temperature Protection
Humidity
Operating
Storage
125/110
30
10
Shock and Vibration acceleration
Notes
Derated above 50C
50C to 70C
Above 2250 m/7382 ft
Full load
°C
Shutdown / restart
95
95
%
Relative humidity, non-condensing
6
Grms
NEBS GR-63-CORE, Level 3, 20 2000Hz, min 30 minutes
Zone
NEBS GR-63-CORE, all floors, Seismic
Zone 4 Designed and tested to meet
NEBS specifications.
Earthquake Rating
4
EMC Compliance
Parameter
AC input7
AC Input immunity
Enclosure
immunity
Criteria
7
Level
Test
EN55022, FCC Docket 20780 part 15, subpart J
EN61000-3-2
A – Z01A
B – Z01B
0.15 – 30MHz
0 – 2 KHz
Radiated emissions
EN55022
A – Z01A
B – Z01B
30 – 10000MHz
Voltage dips
EN61000-4-11
A
-30%, 10ms
B
-60%, 100ms
B
-100%, 5sec
Voltage surge
EN61000-4-5
A
2kV, 1.2/50µs, common mode
A
1kV, 1.2/50µs, differential mode
Fast transients
EN61000-4-4
B
5/50ns, 2kV (common mode)
Conducted RF fields
EN61000-4-6
A
130dBµV, 0.15-80MHz, 80% AM
Radiated RF fields
EN61000-4-3
A
10V/m, 80-1000MHz, 80% AM
ENV 50140
A
EN61000-4-2
B
ESD
6
Standard
Conducted emissions
4kV contact, 8kV air
Designed to start at an ambient down to -40°C; meet spec after  30 min warm up period, may not meet operational limits below -10°C.
The ….Z01A module meets class A emissions, the …..Z01B module meets class B emissions (see ordering section)
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Control and Status
Status signals
Control hierarchy: Some features, such as output voltage,
can be controlled both through hardware and firmware. For
example, the output voltage is controlled both by the signal
pin (Vprog) and the PMBus command, (Vout_command) .
Output current monitor (Imon): A voltage level proportional
to the delivered output current is present on this pin. The
signal level is 0.04V per amp ± 0.25V.
Using output voltage as an example; the Vprog signal pin
has ultimate control of the output voltage until the Vprog is
either > 3VDC or a no connect. When the programming signal
via Vprog is either a no connect or > 3VDC, it is ignored, the
output voltage is set at its nominal 12VDC and the unit
output voltage can be controlled via the PMBus command,
(Vout_command).
Analog controls: Details of analog controls are provided in
this data sheet under Signal Definitions.
Common ground: All signals and outputs are referenced to
Output return. These include ‘Vstb return’ and ‘Signal return’.
Control Signals
Voltage programming (Vprog): An analog voltage on this
signal can vary the output voltage ± 10% of nominal, from
10.8VDC to 13.2VDC. The equation of this signal is:
VOUT = 10.8 + (Vprog * 0.96) where Vprog = 0 to 2.5VDC
Between 2.5 and 3V the output stays at 13.2VDC. If Vprog is >
3V, or left open, the programming signal is ignored and the
unit output is set at the setpoint of 12VDC.
Load share (Ishare): This is a single wire analog signal that
is generated and acted upon automatically by power
supplies connected in parallel. The Ishare pins should be tied
together for power supplies if active current share among
the power supplies is desired. No resistors or capacitors
should get connected to this pin.
Remote_ON/OFF: Controls presence of the 12VDC output
voltage. This is an open collector, TTL level control signal
that needs to be pulled HI externally through a resistor.
Input_OK: A TTL compatible status signal representing
whether the input voltage is within the anticipated range.
This signal needs to be pulled HI externally through a
resistor.
DC_OK: A TTL compatible status signal representing
whether the output voltage is present. This signal needs to
be pulled HI externally through a resistor.
Over_temp_warning: A TTL compatible status signal
representing whether an over temperature exists. This signal
needs to be pulled HI externally through a resistor.
If an over temperature should occur, this signal would pull
LO for approximately 10 seconds prior to shutting down the
power supply. The unit would restart if internal temperatures
recover within normal operational levels. At that time the
signal reverts back to its open collector (HI) state.
Fault: A TTL compatible status signal representing whether
a Fault occurred. This signal needs to be pulled HI externally
through a resistor.
This signal activates for OTP, OVP, OCP, INPUT fault or No
output.
PS_Present: This pin is connected to ‘output return’ within
the power supply. Its intent is to indicate to the system that
a power supply is present. This signal may need to be pulled
HI externally through a resistor.
Interrupt (SMBAlert): A TTL compatible status signal,
representing the SMBusAlert# feature of the PMBus
compatible i2C protocol in the power supply. This signal
needs to be pulled HI externally through a resistor.
Serial Bus Communications
A turn OFF command either through this signal (Remote
ON/OFF) or firmware commanded would turn OFF the 12V
output.
The I²C interface facilitates the monitoring and control of
various operating parameters within the unit and transmits
these on demand over an industry standard I²C Serial bus.
Enable: This is a short signal pin that controls the presence
of the 12Vdc main output. This pin should be connected to
‘output return’ on the system side of the output connector.
The purpose of this pin is to ensure that the output turns ON
after engagement of the power blades and turns OFF prior
to disengagement of the power blades.
All signals are referenced to ‘Signal Return’.
Write protect (WP): This signal protects the contents of the
EEPROM from accidental over writing. When left open the
EEPROM is write protected. A LO (TTL compatible) permits
writing to the EEPROM. This signal is pulled HI internally by
the power supply.
Fan speed control: The speed of the fan can be increased
above that point that is required for internal cooling. The
speed of the fan cannot be decreased below internal
cooling requirements.
Device addressing: The microcontroller (MCU) and the
EEPROM have the following addresses:
Device
Address
MCU
Broadcast
EEPROM
0xBx
0x00
0xAx
Address Bit Assignments
(Most to Least Significant)
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
A2
0
A2
A1
0
A1
A0
0
A0
R/W
0
R/W
Address lines (A2, A1, A0): These signal pins allow up to eight
(8) modules to be addressed on a single I²C bus. The pins are
pulled HI internal to the power supply. For a logic LO these
pins should be connected to ‘Output Return’
Serial Clock (SCL): The clock pulses on this line are generated
by the host that initiates communications across the I²C
Serial bus. This signal requires an external pull-up to 3.3V.
Serial Data (SDA): This line is a bi-directional data line. This
signal requires an external pull-up to 3.3V.
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Digital Feature Descriptions
PMBus™ compliance: The power supply is fully compliant
to the Power Management Bus (PMBus™) rev1.2
requirements.
Manufacturer specific commands located between
addresses 0xD0 to 0xEF provide instructions that either do
not exist in the general PMBus specification or make the
communication interface simpler and more efficient.
Master/Slave: The ‘host controller’ is always the MASTER.
Power supplies are always SLAVES. SLAVES cannot initiate
communications or toggle the Clock. SLAVES also must
respond expeditiously at the command of the MASTER as
required by the clock pulses generated by the MASTER.
Clock stretching: The ‘slave’ µController inside the power
supply may initiate clock stretching if it is busy and it desires
to delay the initiation of any further communications. During
the clock stretch the ‘slave’ may keep the clock LO until it is
ready to receive further instructions from the host controller.
The maximum clock stretch interval is 25ms.
The host controller needs to recognize this clock stretching,
and refrain from issuing the next clock signal, until the clock
line is released, or it needs to delay the next clock pulse
beyond the clock stretch interval of the power supply.
Note that clock stretching can only be performed after
completion of transmission of the 9th ACK bit, the exception
being the START command.
preceding read instructions. The PEC is appended to the
message by the device that supplied the last byte.
SMBAlert#: The µC driven SMBAlert# signal informs the
‘master/host’ controller that either a STATE or ALARM
change has occurred. Normally this signal is HI. The signal
will change to its LO level if the power supply has changed
states and the signal will be latched LO until the power
supply either receives a ‘clear’ instruction as outlined below
or executes a READ STATUS_WORD. If the alarm state is still
present after the STATUS registers were reset, then the
signal will revert back into its LO state again and will latch
until a subsequent reset signal is received from the host
controller.
The signal will be triggered for any state change, including
the following conditions;









The power supply will clear the SMBusAlert# signal (release
the signal to its HI state) upon the following events:




Clock
Stretch
Figure 1. Example waveforms showing clock
stretching.
I²C Bus Lock-Up detection: The device will abort any
transaction and drop off the bus if it detects the bus being
held low for more than 35ms.
Communications speed: Both 100kHz and 400kHz clock
rates are supported. The power supplies default to the
100kHz clock rate. The minimum clock speed specified by
SMBus is 10 kHz.
Packet Error Checking (PEC): Although the power supply will
respond to commands with or without the trailing PEC, it is
highly recommended that PEC be used in all
communications. The integrity of communications is
compromised if packet error correction is not employed.
There are many functional features, including turning OFF
the main output, that should require validation to ensure
that the correct command is executed.
VIN under or over voltage
Vout under or over voltage
IOUT over current
Over Temperature warning or fault
Fan Failure
Communication error
PEC error
Invalid command
Internal faults
Receiving a CLEAR_FAULTS command
The main output recycled (turned OFF and then ON) via
the ENABLE signal pin
The main output recycled (turned OFF and then ON) by
the OPERATION command
Execution of a READ of the STATUS_WORD register
Global broadcast: This is a powerful command because it
can instruct all power supplies to respond simultaneously in
one command. But it does have a serious disadvantage.
Only a single power supply needs to pull down the ninth
acknowledge bit. To be certain that each power supply
responded to the global instruction, a READ instruction
should be executed to each power supply to verify that the
command properly executed. The GLOBAL BROADCAST
command should only be executed for write instructions to
slave devices.
Read back delay: The power supply needs at least 2
seconds to configure the status registers into their final
state. For example, a 2 second delay is required prior to
reading back status information after a clear_faults has
been issued to clear the status registers.
Successive read backs: Successive read backs to the power
supply should not be attempted at intervals faster than
every one second. This time interval is sufficient for the
internal processors to update their data base so that
successive reads provide fresh data.
PEC is a CRC-8 error-checking byte, based on the polynomial
C(x) = x8 + x2 + x + 1, in compliance with PMBus™
requirements. The calculation is based in all message bytes,
including the originating write address and command bytes
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CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
PMBusTM Commands
represented by the linear format described below. Output
voltage functions are represented by a 16 bit mantissa.
Output voltage has a E=9 constant exponent.
Standard instruction: Up to two bytes of data may follow
an instruction depending on the required data content.
Analog data is always transmitted as LSB followed by MSB.
PEC is optional and includes the address and data fields.
1
S
8
Slave address
8
Low data byte
1
A
Wr
1
A
8
Command Code
8
High data byte
1
A
The Linear Data Format is a two byte value with an 11-bit,
two’s complement mantissa and a 5-bit, two’s complement
exponent or scaling factor, its format is shown below.
1
A
Bit 7
8
PEC
1
A
1
P
1
Sr
1
Wr
7
Slave Address
8
MSB
1
A
8
Command Code
1
A
8
LSB
1
Rd
1
A
8
PEC
1
A
1
P
Block instruction: When writing or reading more than two
bytes of data at a time BLOCK instructions for WRITE and
READ commands must be used instead of the Standard
Instructions.
Block write format:
1
S
7
Slave address
8
Byte count = N
8
……….
1
Wr
1
A
1
A
8
Data 1
1
A
8
Command Code
1
A
8
Data 48
8
Data 2
1
A
1
A
1
A
8
PEC
1
A
1
P
Block read format:
1
S
7
Slave address
1
Sr
1
Wr
7
Slave Address
8
Byte count = N
8
……….
1
A
1
A
1
A
1
Rd
8
Data 1
8
Data 48
8
Command Code
1
A
8
Data 2
1
A
8
PEC
1
NoAck
Linear Data Format The definition is identical to Part II of
the PMBus Specification. All standard PMBus values, with
the exception of output voltage related functions, are
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1
A
1
A
1
A
Data Byte Low
6 5 4 3 2
Mantissa (M)
1
0
Where:
1
A
1
No-ack
7
V  M  2E
Standard READ: Up to two bytes of data may follow a READ
request depending on the required data content. Analog
data is always transmitted as LSB followed by MSB. PEC is
mandatory and includes the address and data fields. PEC is
optional and includes the address and data fields.
7
Slave address
0
The relationship between the Mantissa, Exponent, and
Actual Value (V) is given by the following equation:
Master to Slave
Slave to Master
SMBUS annotations; S – Start , Wr – Write, Sr – re-Start,
Rd – Read,
A – Acknowledge, NA – not-acknowledged, P – Stop
1
S
Data Byte High
6 5 4 3 2 1
Exponent (E)
1
P
V is the value
M is the 11-bit, two’s complement mantissa
E is the 5-bit, two’s complement exponent
PMBusTM Command set:
Command
Operation
ON_OFF_config
Clear_faults
Write_protect
Store_default_all
Restore_default_all
Capability
Vout_mode
Vout_command
Vout_OV_fault_limit
Vout_OV_fault_response
Vout_OV_warn_limit
Vout_UV_warn_limit
Vout_UV_fault_limit
Vout_UV_fault_response
Iout_OC_fault_limit
Iout_OC_fault_response
Iout_OC_warn_limit
OT_fault_limit
OT_fault_response
OT_warn_limit
UT_warn_limit
UT_fault_limit
UT_fault_response
Vin_OV_fault_limit
Vin_OV_warn_limit
Vin_UV_warn_limit
Vin_UV_fault_limit
Status_byte
Status_word
Status_Vout
Status_Iout
Status_input
Status_temperature
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Hex
Code
01
02
03
10
11
12
19
20
21
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
4A
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
Data
Byte
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
Function
Output ON/OFF
09, output ON default
Clear Status
Write control
Store permanently
Reset defaults
30h, 400kHz, SMBAlert
Vout constants
Set Vout
Set OV fault limit
Set OV warn limit
Set UV warn limit
Latch or hiccup
Set OC warn limit
Latch or hiccup
Set OT warn limit
Set OV warn limit
Set UV warn limit
Set UV shutdown
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Hex
Code
7E
7F
80
81
88
89
8B
8C
8D
90
91
96
97
98
99
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
B0
B1
D0
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
E0
E1
E2
Data
Field
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
5
15
4
4
6
15
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
48
48
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
CMD_OFF_ I2C
OTF_limit_ I2C
E3
E4
2
2
OTF_recovery_ I2C
E5
2
DCOKHI_ I C
DCOKLO_ I2C
Read_Vin_ I2C
Read_Iin_ I2C
Read_Pin_ I2C
E6
E7
ED
EE
EF
2
2
2
2
2
Command
Status_CML
Status_other
Status_mfr_specific
Status_fan_1_2
Read_Vin
Read_Iin
Read_Vout
Read_Iout
Read_temperature
Read_fan_speed_1
Read_fan_speed_2
Read_Pout
Read_Pin
PMBus revision
Mfr_ID
Mfr_model
Mfr_revision
Mfr_location
Mfr_date
Mfr_serial
Mfr_Vin_min
Mfr_Vin_max
Mfr_Iin_max
Mfr_Pin_max
Mfr_Vout_min
Mfr_Vout_max
Mfr_Iout_max
Mfr_Pout_max
Mfr_Tambient_max
Mfr_Tambient_min
User_data_00
User_data_01
FRW_revision
Ilimit_control_I2C
Vout_control_ I2C
Vout_offset
Fan_duty_cycle
Fan_speed
Vprog_ext
Read_Vout_ I2C
Read_Iout_ I2C
Read_TS_ I2C
2
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Function
Read input voltage
Read input current
Read output voltage
Read output current
Read Temperature
In RPM
In RPM
FRU_ID
85V (linear format)
264V (linear format)
13A (linear format)
950W (linear format)
10V (linear format)
15V (linear format)
71A (linear format)
850W (linear format)
70C (linear format)
-10C (linear format)
User memory space
User memory space
Status Register Bit Allocation:
Register
Hex
Cod
e
Status_Byte
78
0
7
6
5
4
Status_word
(includes
Status_byte)
79
Status_Vout
7A
Status_Iout
7B
Status_input
7C
Status_temperature
7D
Status_cml
7E
Ilimit set (1/100A)
Vout set (1/512V)
Duty_cycle in %
Control duty cycle in %
3.3/1023
1/512V
1/100A
Heat sink temp C
01-OFF, 00-ON
OT fault limit C
OT fault recovery C
High OV fault (1/512V)
Low OV fault (1/512V)
Vin (1/100V)
Iin (1/100A)
Pin
Dat
a
Byte
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function
Busy
DC_ OFF
Output OV Fault detected
Output OC Fault detected
Input UV Fault detected
Temp Fault/warning detected
CML (communication fault)
detected
None of Below
OV Fault/Warning detected
OC Fault/Warning detected
Input Fault/Warning detected
Mfr_specific register change
detected
DC_OFF
Fan Fault or Warning detected
Other fault
Unknown
Vout OV Fault
Vout OV Warning
Vout UV Warning
Vout UV Fault
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
IOUT OC Fault
N/A
IOUT OC Warning
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Vin OV Fault
Vin OV Warning
Vin UV Warning
Vin UV Fault
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
OT Fault
OT Warning
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N /A
Invalid/Unsupported
Command
Invalid/Unsupported Data
Packet Error Check Failed
Memory Fault Detected
Processor Fault Detected
Reserved
Other Communications Fault
Other Memory or Logic Fault
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Register
Status_mfr_specific
Hex
Code
80
Status_fan_1_2
81
Data
Byte
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
the required power which can cause either a power limit or
shutdown condition.
Function
3.3V_fault
N/A
Interrupt
Fault detected
PS_remote_OFF
DC_fault
INPUT_fault
1- Low line
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Fan 1 Speed Overridden
Fan 2 Speed Overridden
N/A
N/A
Command Descriptions
Operation (01) : By default the Power supply is turned ON at
power up as long as Power ON/OFF signal pin is active HI.
The Operation command is used to turn the Power Supply
ON or OFF via the PMBus. The data byte below follows the
OPERATION command.
FUNCTION
Unit ON
Unit OFF
DATA BYTE
80
00
To RESET the power supply cycle the power supply OFF, wait
at least 2 seconds, and then turn back ON. All alarms and
shutdowns are cleared during a restart.
Clear_faults (03): This command clears all STATUS and
FAULT registers and resets the SMBAlert# line.
If a fault still persists after the issuance of the clear_faults
command the specific registers indicating the fault are reset
and the SMBAlert# line is activated again.
WRITE_PROTECT register (10): Used to control writing to the
PMBus device. The intent of this command is to provide
protection against accidental changes. All supported
command parameters may have their parameters read,
regardless of the write_protect settings. The contents of this
register can be stored to non-volatile memory using the
Store_default_code command. The default setting of this
register is disable_all_writes except write_protect 0x80h.
FUNCTION
Enable all writes
Disable all writes except write_protect
Disable all writes except write_protect and
OPERATION
DATA BYTE
00
80
40
Vout_Command (21) : This command is used to change the
output voltage of the power supply. Changing the output
voltage should be performed simultaneously to all power
supplies operating in parallel using the Global Address
(Broadcast) feature. If only a single power supply is
instructed to change its output, it may attempt to source all
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Software programming of output voltage permanently
overrides the set point voltage configured by the Vprog
signal pin. The program no longer looks at the ‘Vprog pin’
and will not respond to any hardware voltage settings. If
power is removed from the µController it will reset itself into
its default configuration looking at the Vprog signal for
output voltage control. In many applications, the Vprog pin
is used for setting initial conditions, if different that the
factory setting. Software programming then takes over once
I2C communications are established.
Vout_OV_warn_limit (42): OV_warning is extremely useful
because it gives the system controller a heads up that the
output voltage is drifting out of regulation and the power
supply is close to shutting down. Pre-amative action may
be taken before the power supply would shut down and
potentially disable the system.
OC and OT_fault_ response (47, 50): The default response
for both OC and OT is auto_restart (hiccup). Each register,
individually, can be reconfigured into a latched state.
Latched and hiccup are the only supported states.
Restart after a latch off: Either of four restart possibilities
are available. The hardware pin Remote ON/OFF may be
turned OFF and then ON. The unit may be commanded to
restart via i2c through the Operation command by first
turning OFF then turning ON . The third way to restart is to
remove and reinsert the unit. The fourth way is to turn OFF
and then turn ON ac power to the unit. The fifth way is by
changing firmware from latch off to restart. Each of these
commands must keep the power supply in the OFF state for
at least 2 seconds, with the exception of changing to
restart.
A power system that is comprised of a number of power
supplies could have difficulty restarting after a shutdown
event because of the non-synchronized behavior of the
individual power supplies. Implementing the latch-off
mechanism permits a synchronized restart that guarantees
the simultaneous restart of the entire system.
A synchronous restart can be implemented by;
1. Issuing a GLOBAL OFF and then ON command to all
power supplies,
2. Toggling Off and then ON the Remote ON/OFF signal
3. Removing and reapplying input commercial power to the
entire system.
The power supplies should be turned OFF for at least 20 – 30
seconds in order to discharge all internal bias supplies and
reset the soft start circuitry of the individual power supplies.
Auto_restart: Auto-restart is the default configuration for
recovering from over-current and over-temperature
shutdowns.
An overvoltage shutdown is followed by three attempted
restarts, each restart delayed 1 second, within a 1 minute
window. If within the 1 minute window three attempted
restarts failed, the unit will latch OFF. If less than 3
shutdowns occur within the 1 minute window then the
count for latch OFF resets and the 1 minute window starts
all over again.
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Vin_UV_warn_limit (58): This is another warning flag
indicating that the input voltage is decreasing dangerously
close to the low input voltage shutdown level.
Status_word (79): returns two bytes of information. The
upper byte bit functionality is tabulated in the Status_word
section. The lower byte bit functionality is identical to
Status_byte.
Fan_speed (D7): This register can be used to ‘read’ the fan
speed in adjustment percent (0 – 100%) or set the fan speed
in adjustment percent (0 – 100%). The speed of the fan
cannot be reduced below what the power supply requires
for its operation. The register value is the percent number, it
is not in linear format.
Invalid commands or data: The power supply notifies the
MASTER if a non-supported command has been sent or
invalid data has been received. Notification is implemented
by setting the appropriate STATUS and ALARM registers and
setting the SMBAlert# flag.
Control and Read accuracy:
The estimates below are believed to be reasonable under
most operating conditions. However, these are typical
numbers and not hard bound values that cannot be
exceeded. In most nominal operating conditions the
returned values are significantly better than these
estimates.
Note that temperature measurements are accurate around
the shutdown limits and they get increasingly less accurate
as the temperature level decreases.
FUNCTION
Vout_command
Vout_OV_fault_limit
Iout_OC_warn_limit
OT_warn_limit
Vin_UV_warn_limit
Vin_UV_fault_limit
Read_Vin
Read_Vout
Read_Iout
Read_temperature
ACCURACY
± 2%
± 3%
± 4% of FL
± 5C
± 3%
± 3%
± 3%
± 2%
± 4% of FL
± 5C
EEPROM
The microcontroller has 96 bytes of EEPROM memory
available for the system host.
Another separate EEPROM IC will provide another 128 bytes
of memory with write protect feature. Minimum information
to be included in this separate EEPROM: model number,
revision, date code, serial number etc.
LEDs
Two LEDs are located on the front faceplate. The AC_OK LED
provides visual indication of the INPUT signal function. When the
LED is ON GREEN the power supply input is within normal design
limits.
The second LED DC/FLT is a tri-state LED. When GREEN there are no
faults and DC output is present. When AMBER a fault condition
exists but the power supply still provides output power. When RED
then a fault condition exists and the power supply does not provide
output power.
Alarm Table
LED Indicator
1
Monitoring Signals
Test Condition
LED1
AC
Tri-Color LED2
DC / FLT
FAULT
DC OK
INPUT OK
TEMP OK
Normal Operation
Green
Green
High
High
High
High
Low
Low
Low
High
Low
Low
High
High
2
Low or NO INPUT
Off
Red
3
OVP
Green
Red
4
Over Current
Green
Red
Low
Low
High
High
5
Temp Alarm Warning
Green
Orange
High
High
High
Low
6
Fault Over Temp
Green
Red
Low
Low
High
Low
7
Remote ON/OFF
Green
Red
Low
Low
High
High
Notes: Test condition #2 had 2 modules plug in. One module is running and the other one is with no AC.
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Outline Drawing
9.172 ±.020
.370 ±.020
8.730 ±.020
COVER
airflow
3.380 ± .020
BEZEL
D1
.935
HANDLE
OUTPUT CONNECTOR
1.610 ± .020
A1
.555
AC
PIN 1
INPUT CONNECTOR
DC
FLT
No handle, ac inlet – replace with wire extension with stress relief. 16ga -
Connector Pin Assignments
Input Mating Connector:
Output Connector:
Pin
Function
IEC320, C13 type
FCI Berg P/N: 51732-077LF (replaces 51722-10402400ABLF)
Mating connector: 51762-10402400ABLF
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
A1
VSTDBY [3.3V]
B1
Fault
C1
ISHARE
D1
VProg
A2
VSTDBY [3.3V] Return
B2
I Monitor (IMON)
C2
N/C
D2
OVP Test Point
A3
Signal Return
B3
Enable
C3
Over Temp Warning
D3
Remote ON/OFF
A4
Write Protect (WP)
B4
PS Present
C4
I2C Address (A0)
D4
DC OK
A5
Remote Sense (+)
B5
2
SDA (I C bus)
C5
I C Address (A1)
D5
INPUT OK
A6
Remote Sense (-)
B6
SCL (I2C bus)
C6
I2C Address (A2)
D6
SMBAlert#/Interrupt
P1
+VOUT
P2
+VOUT
P3
Output Return
P4
Output Return
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
Ordering Information
Please contact your GE Sales Representative for pricing, availability and optional features.
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
850W Rectifier
+12VOUT, 3.3VSTDBY, with face plate, PMBus interface, RoHS 6 of 6, Class A EMI
CAR0812FPBXXZ01A
850W Rectifier
+12VOUT, 5VSTDBY, with face plate, PMBus interface, RoHS 6 of 6, Class A EMI
CAR0812FPBX5Z01A
850W Rectifier
+12VOUT, 3.3VSTDBY, with face plate, PMBus interface, RoHS 6 of 6, Class A EMI
CAR0812FPBXXZ01B
850W Rectifier
+12VOUT, 5VSTDBY, with face plate, PMBus interface, RoHS 6 of 6, Class B EMI
CAR0812FPBX5Z01B
850W Rectifier
+12VOUT, 3.3VSTADBY,no face plate, PMBus interface, ROHS 6 of 6, Class A EMI
CAR0812FPXXXZ01A
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Europe, Middle-East and Africa:
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India:
+91.80.28411633
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Data Sheet
CAR0812FP series rectifier
Input: 85VAC to 264VAC; Output: 12VDC @ 850W; 3.3VDC or 5 VDC @ 1A
PART NUMBER DEFINITION GUIDE EXAMPLE
CAR
08
12
FP
Output Power
08 = 850W
Output voltage
12 = 12Vdc
Type
FP – AC; Vo-positive
DC - DC
x
x
x
Options
B – bezel
C – i2c option
R – reverse airflow
Vsb = 3
Z
01 A
A or B – Standard
model
RTM
RoHS
Blank – non compliant
Y – 5 of 6 compliant
Z – 6 of 6 compliant
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India:
+91.80.28411633
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