S6AL211 Series
S6AL211 Series
ASSP
4ch. LED Driver IC for Intelligent Lighting
Data Sheet (Full Production)
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product(s) described herein. Spansion Inc. deems the products to have been in sufficient production volume
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Publication Number S6AL211_DS405-00022
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S6AL211 Series
ASSP
4ch. LED Driver IC for Intelligent Lighting
Data Sheet (Full Production)
1.
Description
S6AL211 series provide an intelligent LED driver solution for commercial lighting, residential lighting,
illumination lighting, and so on. There are possible to the light dimming and tune colors control of 4ch. LED
strings. This device can be dimming and toning for 4ch. LEDs. The dimming and color control is
corresponded to communication interfaces and sensors. Through it can use for not only the general lighting
but also office, shop and residence lighting control systems. Moreover, S6AL211 series integrate a 3V-LDO
regulator circuit for supplying the power to the peripheral circuits. It contributes to the BOM cost reduction.
S6AL211 series can offer the best solution according to your usage.
2.
Features









Control of up to 4 channels LED strings (such as Red, Green, Blue, White or White×4 etc.)
Input voltage range VIN: DC 24V (Absolute Maximum rating: 35V)
Output power range: 72W (1A / 18V at LED Vf 3.6V(typ)×5 / 1ch. )
LED brightness control method: LED current control and LED ON/OFF PWM control
LED constant current control method: Based on Buck DC/DC converter
High efficiency > 94% (Dimming type B,C at 4ch. 100% brightness, Typ-sample)
®
Communication interfaces: DALI, External module of Bluetooth (UART)
Integrates 3V-LDO regulator circuit for supplying the power to the peripheral circuits
Protection functions
− Output signal of IC protection status
− Low input voltage protection
− Output over current protection , etc.
 Small package: LQFP48 (7.0 mm × 7.0 mm× 1.7 mm [Max])
3.
Applications
Commercial lightings such as office, shop and so on
Residential lighting such as down-light, ceiling-light
Street light, Sensor light
Illumination
etc.




- Supported to the standards:
Japanese Electrical Appliances and Materials Safety Law (PSE)
Japanese lamp industrial standard (JEL)
Publication Number S6AL211_DS405-00022
Revision 2.0
Issue Date February 10, 2015
This document states the current technical specifications regarding the Spansion product(s) described herein. Spansion Inc. deems the products to have been in sufficient
production volume such that subsequent versions of this document are not expected to change. However, typographical or specification corrections, or modifications to the
valid combinations offered may occur.
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Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Description ..................................................................................................................................... 3
Features ......................................................................................................................................... 3
Applications .................................................................................................................................... 3
Pin Assignment............................................................................................................................... 7
Pin Descriptions.............................................................................................................................. 8
Block Diagram .............................................................................................................................. 10
6.1
Simplified System Block Diagram...................................................................................... 10
6.2
Block Diagram ................................................................................................................... 12
7.
Absolute Maximum Ratings .......................................................................................................... 13
8.
Recommended Operating Conditions........................................................................................... 14
9.
Electrical Characteristics .............................................................................................................. 15
9.1
Power Supply Current ....................................................................................................... 15
9.2
Common Parameter .......................................................................................................... 15
9.3
Power Supply Protection ................................................................................................... 16
9.4
Internal Temperature Protection ........................................................................................ 16
9.5
LDO
...................................................................................................................... 17
9.6
Current Detection .............................................................................................................. 17
9.7
Gate Driver for Switching FET ........................................................................................... 18
9.8
Constant Current Control .................................................................................................. 19
9.9
Analog Input (TEMPx, SENSE1, SENSE3 Pins) ............................................................... 20
9.10 SENSE4 Trigger Input ....................................................................................................... 20
9.11 Asynchronous Communication Interface Timing ............................................................... 20
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9.12 I C Bus Interface Timing ................................................................................................... 21
9.13 DALI Setting Data Retention ............................................................................................. 21
10. Description of Functions ............................................................................................................... 22
10.1 Dimming Function ............................................................................................................. 22
10.2 Constant Current Control .................................................................................................. 23
10.3 PWM Dimming Control ...................................................................................................... 25
10.4 Current Dimming Control................................................................................................... 25
10.5 Protection Function ........................................................................................................... 26
10.5.1
Protection States .............................................................................................. 26
10.5.2
Protection Function .......................................................................................... 28
10.5.3
Function of Protection Status Output ................................................................ 33
10.6 Standby Function .............................................................................................................. 34
10.7 Power-on and Power-off.................................................................................................... 35
10.8 LDO
...................................................................................................................... 37
10.9 External Inputs for Dimming .............................................................................................. 37
10.9.1
Ambient Light Sensor Input Dimming (SENSE3/ADD3 Pin) ............................. 37
10.9.2
Trigger Input Dimming (SENSE4/ADD4 Pin) .................................................... 37
10.10 Communication Interfaces................................................................................................. 38
10.10.1 DALI ................................................................................................................. 39
10.10.2 UART................................................................................................................ 40
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10.10.3 I C ................................................................................................................. 40
11. Application Circuit Example .......................................................................................................... 41
11.1 Application Circuit Example 1 ............................................................................................ 41
11.2 Application Circuit Example 2............................................................................................ 44
11.3 Number of Series LEDs..................................................................................................... 46
11.4 Temperature Sensor Characteristics of Circuit Example ................................................... 46
12. Typical Characteristics ................................................................................................................. 47
12.1 LDO
...................................................................................................................... 47
12.2 Efficiency ...................................................................................................................... 48
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13. Usage Precautions ....................................................................................................................... 49
14. Ordering Information..................................................................................................................... 50
15. Recommended Mounting Conditions [JEDEC Level3] Lead Free ................................................ 51
15.1 Recommended Reflow Condition ...................................................................................... 51
15.2 Reflow Profile .................................................................................................................... 51
16. Package Dimensions .................................................................................................................... 52
17. Major Changes ............................................................................................................................. 53
Figures
Figure 4-1 Pin Assignment ......................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 6-1 Simplified System Block Diagram Example 1 ......................................................................... 10
Figure 6-2 Simplified System Block Diagram Example 2 .......................................................................... 11
Figure 6-3 Simplified System Block Diagram Example 3 .......................................................................... 11
Figure 6-4 Block Diagram ......................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 7-1 Graph of Power Dissipation – Operating Ambient Temperature .............................................. 13
Figure 9-1 Formula of Output Current Ripple ........................................................................................... 19
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Figure 9-2 I C Bus Interface Timing ......................................................................................................... 21
Figure 10-1 Dimming Type ....................................................................................................................... 22
Figure 10-2 Constant Current Control and PWM Dimming Circuit ........................................................... 23
Figure 10-3 Waveform of Constant Current Control ................................................................................. 24
Figure 10-4 Waveform of ch. - ch. Switching Timing ................................................................................ 24
Figure 10-5 Waveform of PWM Dimming Control .................................................................................... 25
Figure 10-6 State flow .............................................................................................................................. 27
Figure 10-7 Output Over Current Protection and Output Short Circuit Protection Operation ................... 30
Figure 10-8 External Over Temperature Protection Operation ................................................................. 32
Figure 10-9 Power-on and Power-off Timing Chart .................................................................................. 36
Figure 11-1 Office Base Lighting System : DALI, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V ........................................ 41
Figure 11-2 Consumer Down Lighting System: UART, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V ............................... 44
Figure 11-3 Temperature Sensor Characteristics of Circuit Example ....................................................... 46
Figure 12-1 LDO Typical Characteristics .................................................................................................. 47
Figure 12-2 Efficiency Typical Characteristics .......................................................................................... 48
Figure 15-1 Reflow Profile ........................................................................................................................ 51
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Tables
Table 5-1 Pin Descriptions .......................................................................................................................... 8
Table 7-1 Absolute Maximum Ratings ...................................................................................................... 13
Table 8-1 Recommended Operating Conditions ....................................................................................... 14
Table 9-1 Power Supply Current .............................................................................................................. 15
Table 9-2 Common Parameter ................................................................................................................. 15
Table 9-3 Power Supply Protection .......................................................................................................... 16
Table 9-4 Internal Temperature Protection ............................................................................................... 16
Table 9-5 LDO .......................................................................................................................................... 17
Table 9-6 Current Detection ..................................................................................................................... 17
Table 9-7 Current Detection ..................................................................................................................... 18
Table 9-8 Constant Current Control .......................................................................................................... 19
Table 9-9 Analog Input (TEMPx, SENSE1, SENSE3 Pins) ...................................................................... 20
Table 9-10 SENSE4 Trigger Input ............................................................................................................ 20
Table 9-11 Asynchronous Communication Interface Timing ..................................................................... 20
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Table 9-12 I C Bus Interface Timing ......................................................................................................... 21
Table 9-13 DALI Setting Data Retention ................................................................................................... 21
Table 10-1 Protection Function ................................................................................................................. 28
Table 10-2 Protection Release Time......................................................................................................... 29
Table 10-3 Standby Transition Wait Time ................................................................................................. 34
Table 11-1 Recommended Parts List: DALI, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V ............................................... 42
Table 11-2 Recommended Parts List: UART, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V .............................................. 45
Table 11-3 Number of Series LEDs .......................................................................................................... 46
Table 14-1 Ordering Information ............................................................................................................... 50
Table 15-1 Recommended Reflow Condition ........................................................................................... 51
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4.
Pin Assignment
Figure 4-1 Pin Assignment
(TOP VIEW)
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5.
Pin Descriptions
Table 5-1 Pin Descriptions
Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
1
DGND
-
Ground pin
Description
2
BIAS2
O
By-pass capacitor connection Pin ( Do not connect external load )
3
BIAS
O
By-pass capacitor connection Pin ( Do not connect external load )
4
VIN
-
Power supply input Pin
5
DRV_1
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 1 (for current control)
6
DRV_2
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 2 (for current control)
7
VIN
-
Power supply input Pin
8
DRV_3
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 3 (for current control)
9
DRV_4
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 4 (for current control)
Mode setting Pin 1
10
DIN1
I
Usually, please connect to VO pin.
If you use the interface, please refer to the hardware manual.
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Unused Pin
11
DIN2
I
12
SCL
I/O
I2C bus Clock I/O Pin
Please connect to VO pin if you do
13
SDA
I/O
I2C bus Data I/O Pin
not use the interface.
14
SH_1
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 1 (for PWM dimming control)
15
SH_2
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 2 (for PWM dimming control)
16
AGND
-
Ground pin
17
SH_3
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 3 (for PWM dimming control)
18
SH_4
O
Gate driver output for external switching FET Pin 4 (for PWM dimming control)
19
TEMP1
I
Temperature sensor connection Pin 1
20
TEMP2
I
Temperature sensor connection Pin 2
21
TEMP3
I
Temperature sensor connection Pin 3
22
TEMP4
I
Temperature sensor connection Pin 4
23
AGND
-
Ground pin
24
CS_1P
I
LED current sense Pin 1 (High side)
25
CS_1N
I
LED current sense Pin 1 (Low side)
26
CS_2P
I
LED current sense Pin 2 (High side)
27
CS_2N
I
LED current sense Pin 2 (Low side)
28
CS_3P
I
LED current sense Pin 3 (High side)
29
CS_3N
I
LED current sense Pin 3 (Low side)
30
CS_4P
I
LED current sense Pin 4 (High side)
31
CS_4N
I
LED current sense Pin 4 (Low side)
32
PCNT
O
IC status output Pin
33
TEST
I
34
IF1
I
35
IF2
O
Communication interface (DALI/UART) data output Pin
36
AGND
-
Ground pin
37
SENSE1
I
Please connect to GND level.
Exclusive use of the Test
Please connect to BIAS3 Pin.
Communication interface (DALI/UART) data input Pin
Please connect to VO pin if you do not use the interface.
Unused Pin
Please connect to GND level.
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Pin No.
Pin Name
I/O
Description
38
SENSE2/ADD2
I
39
SENSE3/ADD3
I
Analog sensor connection Pin
Please connect to GND level
40
SENSE4/ADD4
I
Digital sensor connection Pin
if you do not use the function.
Unused Pin
Please connect to GND level.
DAL I interface diagnosis circuit connection Pin
41
ADD5
I
−
0: Fault detection input value
−
1: Normal mode
In case of DALI products when IC does not connect the external diagnosis circuit,
please connect to VO pin. In case of products other than there, please connect to
GND level.
DALI Physical Selection setting Pin
42
ADD6
I
−
0: Normal mode
−
1: Physical Selection mode
Please connect to GND level if you do not use the function.
ADD7
I
44
ADD8
I
45
SP
I
46
BIAS3
O
By-pass capacitor connection Pin ( Do not connect external load )
47
AGND
-
Ground pin
48
VO
O
3V LDO output Pin
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Unused Pin
43
Please connect to GND level.
Unused Pin
Please connect to GND level.
Exclusive use of the Test
Please connect to BIAS3 Pin.
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Block Diagram
6.1
Simplified System Block Diagram
There are the examples of the simplified system block diagram according to application.
Figure 6-1 Simplified System Block Diagram Example 1
Commercial lighting system with DALI
- for office
- for shop display / shelf etc.
Lighting module
Power module
AC/DC converter
and PFC
S6AL211 series
DALI slave
LEDs
LEDs
LEDs
LEDs
LED
controller
LED
controller
LED
LEDcontroller
controller
Lighting module
S6AL211 series
Control module
User interface
control panel
DALI master
DALI slave
LEDs
LEDs
LEDs
LEDs
LED
controller
LED
controller
LED
LEDcontroller
controller
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Figure 6-2 Simplified System Block Diagram Example 2
Consumer lighting products with wireless control
- for residential down light etc.
Down lighting product
S6AL211 series
AC/DC converter
and PFC
motion
sensor
Sensor
interface
ambient light
sensor
Bluetooth
module
UART
LEDs
LEDs
white
white
Smart phone / tablet
(application software)
LED
LEDcontroller
controller
Remote controller
by Bluetooth
LEDs
LEDs
warm
warmwhite
white
LED
LEDcontroller
controller
Figure 6-3 Simplified System Block Diagram Example 3
Commercial Illumination system with wireless control
- for shop display / shelf etc.
Power module
Lighting module
S6AL211 series
AC/DC converter
and PFC
Bluetooth
module
Smart phone / tablet
(application software)
UART
LEDs
Red
LED controller
LED controller
Remote controller
by Bluetooth
LED controller
LEDs
Green
LEDs
Blue
LEDs
white
LED controller
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6.2
Block Diagram
Figure 6-4 Block Diagram
ch 4
ch 3
DRV1
LED_1
R102
LED_2
C101
D101
LED_3
ch 1
LED_4
ch 2
L101
Q101
Q102
CS_1P
R103
CS_1N
SH1
R101
24V
DC Power supply
C5
C4
Safety control
Status signal
C2
AGND
AGND
C3
AGND
VO
DGND
AGND
VIN
VIN
BIAS2
PCNT
DGND
S6AL211
DC3V
for External circuit
AGND
LDO
LDO
(for Internal
circuit)
(for external
circuit)
DRV_1
DRV1
DRV_2
DRV_3
DRV2
DRV3
DRV_4
DRV4
Wireless Communications
・Bluetooth module
Wired
Communications
・DALI
SH_1
SH1
IF1
SH_2
SH2
IF2
SH_3
SH3
SH_4
SH4
BIAS
C1
I2C
SCL
SDA
Mode Select
LED Controller
Digital
Interface
SP
(based on buck DC/DC converter)
C6
TEST
DIN1
DIN2
10bit A/D Converter
SENSE AMP
Selector
CS_1P
CS_1N
CS_2P
CS_1P
CS_1N
CS_2P
CS_2N
CS_2N
CS_3P
CS_3N
CS_4P
CS_3P
CS_3N
CS_4P
CS_4N
CS_4N
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
SENSE1
SENSE3/ADD3
SENSE2/ADD2
SENSE4/ADD4
ADD5
ADD6
ADD7
ADD8
DALI funtion
control
Selector
DALI
Data writer
BIAS3
VO
Motion sensor
Temp
Ambient light sensor
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Table 7-1 Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Power supply
VIN
voltage
VI
Input voltage
Max
VIN pin
-0.3
+35.0
V
Input pins other than SENSE1
-0.3
+6.0
V
SENSE1 Pin
-0.3
+35.0
V
VO1
BIAS2,BIAS3,VO,PCNT,IF2 Pin
-0.3
+6.0
V
VO2
BIAS pin
-0.3
+2.5
V
VO3
SH_1 to SH_4 pin
-0.3
+6.5
V
DRV_1 to DRV_4 pin
-0.3
+35.0
V
-15.0
-
mA
-
+15.0
mA
VHVO
H level maximum output current
IOH
Output current
Output pins other than VO
L level maximum output current
IOL
Power dissipation
Junction
Output pins other than VO
IVO
VO Pin
-
+60.0
mA
PD
Ta ≤ +25°C
-
1780(*1)
mW
-40
+125
°C
-55
+125
°C
-2000
+2000
V
TJ
Temperature
-
TSTG
ESD voltage
Unit
Min
VHVI
Output Voltage
Storage temperature
Rating
Conditions
-
VESDH
Human Body Model
VESDM
Machine Model
-200
+200
V
VESDC
Charged Device Model
-1000
+1000
V
*1: The value when using two layers PCB.
Reference: θja (wind speed 0m/s) +56°C/W
WARNING:
1. Semiconductor devices may be permanently damaged by application of stress (including, without
limitation, voltage, current or temperature) in excess of absolute maximum ratings. Do not exceed any of
these ratings.
Figure 7-1 Graph of Power Dissipation – Operating Ambient Temperature
Power Dissipation
Power Dissipation (mW)
2000
1500
1000
500
0
-60
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ta (℃ )
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Recommended Operating Conditions
Table 8-1 Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Symbol
Power supply voltage
Bypass capacitor
Operating ambient
temperature
Conditions
Value
Unit
Remarks
26
V
24V power supply operation
Min
Typ
Max
22
24
VIN
VIN pin
C1
BIAS Pin to DGND Pin
0.022
-
1.0
µF
C2
BIAS2 Pin to AGND Pin
-
4.7
-
µF
C3
BIAS3 Pin to AGND Pin
-
4.7
-
µF
C4
VO Pin to AGND Pin
-
4.7
-
µF
CVIN
VIN Pin to AGND Pin
Ta
-
100 µF//100 pF
-40
+25
+85
Parallel connection
°C
WARNING:
1. The recommended operating conditions are required in order to ensure the normal operation of the
semiconductor device. All of the device's electrical characteristics are warranted when the device is
operated under these conditions.
2. Any use of semiconductor devices will be under their recommended operating condition.
3. Operation under any conditions other than these conditions may adversely affect reliability of device and
could result in device failure.
4. No warranty is made with respect to any use, operating conditions or combinations not represented on
this data sheet. If you are considering application under any conditions other than listed herein, please
contact sales representatives beforehand.
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9.
Electrical Characteristics
Note:
−
9.1
at Ta = +25°C, VIN = 24V if no conditions described
Power Supply Current
Table 9-1 Power Supply Current
Parameter
Operating current
Standby current
9.2
Symbol
IVIN
IVINS
Pin Name
VIN
Value
Conditions
Typ
Max
-
15
25
mA
-
300
450
µA
-
540
810
µA
VIN=24V, VO=No load
VIN
Unit
Min
VIN=24V, VO=No load
Remarks
Normal operation
Other than DALI
communication products
DALI communication
products
Common Parameter
Table 9-2 Common Parameter
Parameter
High Level Input
voltage
Low Level Input
voltage
Open Drain Output
Applied Voltage
High Level Output
Voltage
Symbol
VIH1
VIH2
VIL1
VIL2
VD
Voltage
Conditions
Value
Unit
Min
Typ
Max
-
2.1
-
5.8
V
-
2.4
-
5.8
V
-
DGND-0.3
-
0.9
V
IF1, SCL, SDA
-
DGND-0.3
-
0.6
V
SCL, SDA
-
DGND-0.3
-
5.8
V
TEST, ADD2 to 8,
DIN1, DIN2, SP
IF1, SCL, SDA
TEST, ADD2 to 8,
DIN1, DIN2, SP
VOH1
IF2
IOH = -4 mA
2.4
-
-
V
VOH2
PCNT
IOH = -8 mA
4.4
-
-
V
DRV_1, DRV_2,
IOH = 0 mA,
DRV_3, DRV_4
VIN = 24V
-
24.0
-
V
SH_1, SH_2,
IOH = 0 mA,
SH_3, SH_4
VIN = 24V
-
5.5
-
V
VOL1
IF2 ,SCL,SDA
IOL = 4 mA
-
-
0.4
V
VOL2
PCNT
IOL = 8 mA
-
-
0.4
V
DRV_1, DRV_2,
IOL = 0 mA,
DRV_3, DRV_4
VIN = 24V
-
18.5
-
V
SH_1, SH_2,
IOL = 0 mA,
SH_3, SH_4
VIN = 24V
-
0.0
-
V
-1
-
+1
µA
-
-
1
-
MΩ
-
-
50
-
kΩ
VOHD
VOHS
Low Level Output
Pin Name
VOLD
VOLS
Remarks
ALL Pins
Input Leak Current
(Hi-Z Output Current)
Exceptional Pin:
ILEAK
VIN, VO, AGND,
0V<VI<5.0V
DGND, BIAS, BIAS2,
BIAS3, SP
Pull-up Resistance
RPUD
RPUS
DRV_1, DRV_2,
DRV_3, DRV_4
SP
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Parameter
Symbol
Power-on Time
TVR
Pin Name
Value
Conditions
Remarks
8
ms
(*1)
15
pF
Typ
Max
1
-
-
5
VIN × 0.1
VIN
Unit
Min
to VIN × 0.9
ALL Pins
Exceptional Pin :
Input Capacitance
CIN
VIN, VO, AGND,
-
DGND, BIAS, BIAS2,
BIAS3
*1: When the ramp up of power-supply-voltage at the power-on exceeds the maximum time, IC
may enter the protection mode and stops safety.
9.3
Power Supply Protection
Table 9-3 Power Supply Protection
Parameter
Input Low Voltage Protection
Detection Voltage
Input Over Voltage Protection
Detection Voltage
Symbol
Pin
Name
Conditions
Value
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
VUVLO
VIN
VIN = 24V
20.4
21.0
21.6
V
VOVP
VIN
VIN = 24V
26.4
27.0
27.6
V
VLSDI
VIN
-
8.4
8.8
9.2
V
VRSDI
VIN
-
-
-
10.2
V
Remarks
Input Under Voltage Shutdown
Threshold Voltage : enter
IC Shutdown
(VIN Decreasing)
Input Under Voltage Shutdown
Threshold Voltage : release
(VIN Increasing)
9.4
Internal Temperature Protection
Table 9-4 Internal Temperature Protection
Parameter
Symbol
Pin
Name
Conditions
Value
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Internal Over Temperature
Protection Detection
TOTPI
-
TJ
-
110
-
°C
TLSDI
-
TJ
-
150
-
°C
Temperature
Internal Over Temperature
Shutdown Threshold
Temperature
Remarks
Design Standard
Value
IC Shutdown
Design Standard
Value
:enter
Internal Over Temperature
Shutdown Threshold
Temperature
TRSDI
-
TJ
-
100
-
°C
Design Standard
Value
:release
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LDO
Table 9-5 LDO
Parameter
Output Voltage
Maximum Output
Current
Line Regulation
Symbol
Pin
Conditions
Name
VOUT3
VO
IO3
VO
VLINE3
VO
VIN = 22 to 26V
VIN = 22->26V,
IO3 = 20 mA, C4 = 4.7 µF
Value
Unit
Min
Typ
Max
2.85
3.00
3.15
V
-
-
60
mA
-
-
20
mV
-
-
20
mV
-
60
-
dB
-
45
-
dB
Remarks
VO Over Current
Protection
VIN = 24V,
Load Regulation
VLOAD3
VO
IO3 = 1 mA to IOmax,
C4 = 4.7 µF
f = 50Hz to 1 kHz,
Power Supply
Rejection Ratio
PSRR3
IO3 = 1 mA, C4 = 4.7 µF
VO
f = 1 kHz to 200 kHz,
IO3 = 1 mA, C4 = 4.7 µF
Fold back current
Over Current Limit
ILIM3
VO
VOUT3 = 2.64V
86
-
118
mA
limiting
characteristic
VIN = 24V,
IO3 = 0 mA, C4 = 4.7 µF,
Rise Time
TSTART3
VOUT3 = 90%
VO
From Release of Input Under
-
3.0
-
ms
Voltage Shutdown
To Reach the output voltage
9.6
Current Detection
Table 9-6 Current Detection
Parameter
Symbol
Pin Name
Conditions
Value
Unit
Remarks
Min
Typ
Max
0.0
-
0.4
V
-
228
-
kΩ
LED current:350 mA
-
0.51
-
Ω
E24 series
LED current:1A
-
0.20
-
Ω
±1%
CS_1P, CS_1N,
Analog Input voltage
VDAI
CS_2P, CS_2N,
CS_3P, CS_3N,
-
CS_4P, CS_4N
CS_1P, CS_1N,
Input Impedance
RDAI
CS_2P, CS_2N,
at CS_xP - CS_xN
CS_3P, CS_3N,
Voltage = 0.2V
CS_4P, CS_4N
External Sense
Resister
Output Over Current
-
-
VOCP1
CS_xP - CS_xN
LED current:350 mA
0.260
0.267
0.275
V
Peak voltage in
Detection Voltage
VOCP2
CS_xP - CS_xN
LED current:1A
0.291
0.300
0.308
V
period
Output Short Circuit
VSCP1
CS_xP - CS_xN
LED current:350 mA
0.260
0.267
0.275
V
Average voltage in
VSCP2
CS_xP - CS_xN
LED current:1A
0.291
0.300
0.308
V
period
Protection
Protection
Detection Voltage
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9.7
Gate Driver for Switching FET
Table 9-7 Current Detection
Parameter
Switching
Frequency
Symbol
Pin
Name
fSWD
Rise Time
TRDRV
DRV_1,
Fall Time
TFDRV
DRV_2,
Output ON
Resistance
Switching
Frequency
RDHON
SH_2,
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kHz
Dimming Type A
33.3
-
kHz
Dimming Type B, C
-
-
200
ns
Design Standard
-
-
200
ns
Value
-
45
-
Ω
-
12
-
Ω
-
-
0.56
-
kHz
Dimming Type A
-
-
0.53
-
kHz
Dimming Type C
-
-
200
ns
Design Standard
-
-
200
ns
Value
-
13
-
Ω
-
14
-
Ω
VIN = 24V, Iout = 45 mA
TFSH
RSLON
142.9
-
Low side
Fall Time
Resistance
-
-
VIN = 24V, Iout = -45 mA
SH_1,
RSHON
-
DRV_4
TRSH
Remarks
Max
External Load = 1 nF
fSWS
Unit
Typ
High side
RDLON
Value
Min
DRV_3,
Rise Time
Output ON
Conditions
External Load = 1 nF
SH_3,
High side
SH_4
VIN = 24V, Iout = -45 mA
Low side
VIN = 24V, Iout = 45 mA
Design Standard
Value
Design Standard
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9.8
Constant Current Control
Table 9-8 Constant Current Control
Parameter
Symbol
Pin Name
Value
Unit
Remarks
Min
Typ
Max
-
-
0.3
s
(*3), (*4)
-
-
0.3
s
(*4)
-5.2
-
+5.2
%
Power Supply > 0.9 ×
Power ON to
Initial Setting Current
TPOLC
-
Operation Time
VIN,
Initial Setting Brightness
= 100%
Standby restoration to
Initial Setting Current
TSOLC
-
Operation Time
CS_1P, CS_1N,
Current Accuracy
-
Output Current Ripple
-
Initial Setting Brightness
= 100%
LED current:350 mA
CS_2P, CS_2N,
CS_3P, CS_3N,
CS_4P, CS_4N
(*1)
Conditions
-
Dimming
Type A (*2)
Dimming
LED current:1A
-4.6
-
+4.6
%
Type B, C
(*2)
Dimming
LED current:350 mA
-
-
0.4
-
LED current:1A
-
-
0.4
-
Dimming
LED current:less than 1A
-
-
1.3
-
Type B, C
Type A
Figure 9-1 Formula of Output Current Ripple
*2: Include effect of sense resistor accuracy ( as ±1%)
*3: When DALI, Not include 0.6s of waiting time for the Power Level command.
*4: When do not use the Fade function
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9.9
Analog Input (TEMPx, SENSE1, SENSE3 Pins)
Table 9-9 Analog Input (TEMPx, SENSE1, SENSE3 Pins)
Parameter
Symbol
Pin Name
Value
Conditions
Unit
Remarks
Min
Typ
Max
(*1)
-
40
kΩ
(*3)
(*2)
-
40
kΩ
(*4)
VTEMPx ≤ 2.0V
External Impedance
ROTI
TEMP1, TEMP2,
(External Over
TEMP3, TEMP4
Temperature Protection
Detection Voltage)
RS3I
TEMPx Input Voltage
SENSE3
-
TEMP1, TEMP2,
VIOT
TEMP3, TEMP4
-
0.0
-
-
-
1.50
-
0.0
-
VOUT3
V
+0.3
External Over
Temperature
Protection
TEMP1, TEMP2,
VDOT
TEMP3, TEMP4
-
V
(*5)
Detection Voltage
SENSE3 Input Voltage
VIS3
SENSE3
VOUT3
V
+0.3
*1: Please use the LDO output (Pin VO) to the temperature sensor (thermistor). It is necessary to
arrange a current limit resister, in order to do not exceed the maximum power dissipation.
*2: In case of power to the Ambient light sensor (Photo Transistor) from the LDO output (Pin VO), it
is necessary to arrange a current limit resister, in order to do not exceed the maximum power
dissipation.
*3: If the series resistance of temperature sensor is large, please arrange the stabilizing capacitor
about 0.1 µF in between TEMPx and GND.
*4: If the series resistance of Ambient light sensor is large, please arrange the stabilizing capacitor
about 0.1 µF in between SENSE3 and GND.
*5: In the application circuit example, External Over Temperature Protection Detection
Temperature: Correspond to 90°C
9.10 SENSE4 Trigger Input
Table 9-10 SENSE4 Trigger Input
Parameter
Effective High Level
Pulse Width
Ineffective Time from
Power-on
Symbol
Pin Name
Conditions
Value
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
TVSP4
SENSE4
-
0.3
-
-
s
TENS4
SENSE4
-
-
-
30
s
Remarks
Design Standard
Value
Design Standard
Value (*1)
*1: SENSE4 ignore from sensor output signal for Ineffective Time after Power-on, because it is
stabilization waiting condition of the sensor output signal.
9.11 Asynchronous Communication Interface Timing
Table 9-11 Asynchronous Communication Interface Timing
Parameter
Baud rate
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Symbol
TBRT
Pin Name
IF1, IF2
Conditions
Value
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
DALI
1080
1200
1320
bps
UART
-
115.2
-
kbps
Remarks
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9.12 I2C Bus Interface Timing
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Table 9-12 I C Bus Interface Timing
Parameter
Pin
Symbol
SCL Clock Frequency
fSCL
SCL
(Replicate)
Hold Time of Start Conditions
Conditions
Name
-
SCL,
tHD;STA
SDA
SDA↓ to SCL↓
Value
Unit
Min
Typ
Max
0
-
75
kHz
4.0
-
-
µs
SCL Clock Low Level Width
tLOW
SCL
4.7
-
-
µs
SCL Clock High Level Width
tHIGH
SCL
4.0
-
-
µs
4.7
-
-
µs
0
-
0.25
-
-
µs
4
-
-
µs
4.7
-
-
µs
(Replicate)
Setup Time of Start Condition
SCL,
tSU;STA
Data Hold Time
Data Setup Time
tSU;DAT
SDA↑or↓ to SCL↑
Setup Time of Stop condition
Pull-up to:
SCL,
2.85 to 5.50V
SCL,
SDA
Bus-free Time
between Stop and Start
SDA
SDA
tSU;STO
SCL↑ to SDA↑
SCL,
tBUF
SDA
conditions
Slave Operation
C = 400 pF (*1)
SCL,
tHD;DAT
SCL↓ to SDA↑or↓
R = 1.7 kΩ,
SDA
SCL↑ to SDA↓
Remarks
3.45
µs
(*2)
*1: R,C is the resistance and capacitance of SCL, SDA line.
*2: Maximum Value of THD;DAT, Applies only when the device is not extended "L" period of the SCL
signal(TLOW).
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Figure 9-2 I C Bus Interface Timing
9.13 DALI Setting Data Retention
Table 9-13 DALI Setting Data Retention
Parameter
Symbol
Pin Name
Conditions
Number of Rewrites : ≤ 1000
DALI Setting Data
Retention Period
Number of Rewrites :
-
-
1001≤, and ≤ 10000
Number of Rewrites :
10001≤, and ≤ 100000
From store command
to Power off
-
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Min
Typ
Max
20
-
-
15
-
-
10
-
-
5
-
-
Unit
Remarks
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10. Description of Functions
10.1 Dimming Function
S6AL211 series are integrated with 4channels LED-lighting dimming circuits.
The change in the brightness of the LED, the combination of current dimming (i.e. change the LED current)
and the PWM dimming (i.e. change the turning on and off time of the LED) is possible. As a result, you can
choose the best dimming type for your application.
Dimming Type A:
While performing constant current control with a fixed output current value, do the PWM dimming of the 256
steps. By using a fixed current value, avoid to the color change with the change in brightness of LED
characteristic. Therefore that is made suitable application which gives priority to a color tone.
Dimming Type B:
It is a dimming method that controls the LED current by brightness setting data. By the LED continuously
lighted, flicker-free application can be realized. In addition, FET of the PWM dimming is not required for
reduce the BOM.
Dimming Type C:
By adding the PWM dimming to the current dimming, providing deep dimming that expands the dynamic
range of brightness. It can output a brightness of less than 1% by the PWM dimming.
Figure 10-1 Dimming Type
Brightness of the LED, you can change the setting through the following equipment.
− Setting from the communication module (DALI, UART (Bluetooth module))
− Motion sensor
UART (Bluetooth module) is possible to set 4 separate channels. Therefore it is possible to toning and
dimming for RBGW.
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10.2 Constant Current Control
S6AL211 series are integrated with 4ch. constant current control circuit. It based on the step-down (Buck)
DC / DC converter.
DC / DC converter generates VOUT voltage from VIN voltage by controlling the ON / OFF duty of external
switching FET (Pch.) which connected to DRV_n terminal.
The LED current (ILED) of lighting LED depend on the VF-IF characteristics of the LED. The ILED value is
converted into voltage by the detection resistor Rs, and is feedback to the control circuit from CS_n terminal.
A control circuit compares and controls the ILED current coincided with the target current value by changing
output voltage VLED.
In the case of only current control (Dimming type B), external PWM FET (Nch.) is not necessary.
Figure 10-2 Constant Current Control and PWM Dimming Circuit
Buck type DC/DC convertor with PWM Dimming
VIN
DCDC
SW FET
Inductor
LED VF
VOUT
Lighting LED
Feedback
diode
capacitor
ILED
Depend on
VF-IF
Dimming PWM
FET
VRs ∝ ILED
Rs
DRV_n
SH_n
CS_n
current
feedback
LED controller
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Figure 10-3 Waveform of Constant Current Control
VIN – VOUT waveform
Voltage
(V)
VIN
Average voltage
VOUT
VOUT = VIN x SW_Duty
SW_Duty : ton / ( ton + toff )
SW FET
ON
SW FET
OFF
ton
toff
t (s)
SW period
(DCDC constant current control)
The constant current control circuit shifts the phase of ON timing of each 4ch. external FET to 90 degrees.
Therefore, it reduces the switching noise of the circuits.
Figure 10-4 Waveform of ch. - ch. Switching Timing
ch – ch SW timing
SW FET
ON
ch_1
SW FET
OFF
ch_2
ch_3
ch_4
SW period
t (s)
90 degree
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10.3 PWM Dimming Control
PWM dimming performs dimming by constant LED-ON brightness based on fixed current value by the
constant current control circuit, according to change the ON / OFF duty of the LED shunt SW of the external.
ON / OFF duty value of the shunt SW according to the value which is set by the communication or the
dimmer.
Figure 10-5 Waveform of PWM Dimming Control
PWM Dimming control waveform
PWM Dimming
FET
PWM FET
ON
PWM FET
OFF
t (s)
Dim period
ILED
Average current
LED ON
LED OFF
t (s)
DCDC SW
FET
SW period
(DCDC constant current control)
t (s)
10.4 Current Dimming Control
Current dimming performs dimming that according to the value set by the communication or the dimmer to
change the current flowing to the constant current control circuit.
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10.5 Protection Function
S6AL211 series are integrated with various protection functions. Protection function has 10 protection
functions and 4 protection states.
When the protection factor (i.e. Measurement target in for protection) in each protection function exceeds
protection conditions (i.e. Detection value and number of detected), it moves to a protection mode. In the
protection mode, function of reduce the lighting or lights off, and function of IC operation stop are performed.
As a result, the LED circuit and the power supply circuit are protected safely.
<Note>
−
10.5.1
In addition, we have implemented safety considerations by being integrated with various protection
functions. However, to prevent smoke or ignition if circuit is failure such as broken the external FET
or the IC, should mount the protection circuit or fuse at the power supply circuit.
Protection States
S6AL211 series have the following 4 protection states.
Dimming Protection, Lights out Protection-1, Lights out Protection-2 and Lights out Protection-3
Reducing LED output current and Keeping lighting-ON to eliminate the protection
conditions
Dimming Protection : Lights down operation which reduce the LED output current of 10% from 100%
brightness
− “Protection release wait time” is assigned by the Protection States. When during “Protection release
wait time” ignores request of brightness increase from communication interfaces (UART and sensor
input ) (Request of brightness reduce or lights-off are enabled). (*1)
− If the protection condition is detected again during “Protection release wait time”, adds the Lights down
operation. It reduces the LED output current of 10% from 100% brightness. In addition, it resets the
“Protection release wait time”.
− If lights out ( LED output current is zero) as a result of the Dimming Protection, IC moves to the Lights
out Protection-2 state.
− When the protection condition is not detected again during “Protection release wait time”, IC moves to
the Normal state. And reduced brightness by the Lights down operation is maintained until received
the new brightness from communication interface.
Lighting-OFF, if the circuit behavior is abnormal or the protection condition is not
eliminated by Dimming Protection
 Lights out Protection-1: Lights out operation
− After Lights out and “Restart wait time”, IC is initialized for return from the protection state and
restarted lighting operation (auto restart). (*2)
− When IC receives communication from communication interface (DALI and UART ) during “Restart
wait time”, IC is initialized and restarted immediately. (*2)
 Lights out Protection-2: Lights out operation
− It does not restart automatically. (latch off)
− When IC receives communication from communication interface (DALI and UART), IC is initialized and
restarted. (*2)
 Lights out Protection-3: Lights out and Shutdown of IC operation
− IC maintains the protection (Shutdown) state until eliminated of the protection conditions.
− To avoid the failure operation, IC stops functions other than protection and moves to the shutdown.
− When eliminated of the protection conditions, IC is initialized and restarted (auto restart). (*2)
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*1: When DALI products, during “Protection release wait time” of Dimming Protection, received
brightness set to memory and do not change the brightness. After “Protection release wait time”,
changes to the brightness that stored value.
*2: When DALI products, restart to “POWER ON LEVEL”.
Figure 10-6 State flow
Power On
Initializing
operation
exit2
Finish
All ch
Lights out
Standby
Detect
protect condition
Normal Dimming
operation
Protection
Communication,
Sensor input
exit1
Protection
enter
VIN over voltage
other
Dimming
Protection
No detect
exit1
Lights out
Protection-1
All ch
Lights out
Lights out
Protection-2
After
Restart wait time
Power off,
Communication
Lights out
Protection-3
No detect
exit2
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Max Duty
Shutdown
VIN under voltage
Internal over temp.
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10.5.2
Function
Protection Function
Table 10-1 Protection Function
Detect
DRV_1 to 4
PCNT
Protection
Pin
SH_1 to 4 (*1)
(*7)
Conditions
L
-
Protection release Condition
State
DRV_x = “H”,
Initializing
-
operation
SH_x = “L”
Stop Switching
-
Initializing
operation
(All channels)
Normal
Normal Dimming
-
operation
Switching
L
-
-
Dimming
operation
Switching
Output Over
Current Protection
(*2)
CS_xP,
CS_xN
(All channels)
−
Output current -10%
−
Disable output current
L
CS_xx ≥ set
value (*3)
CS_xx < set value (*3)
−
Enable output current
increase
Dimming
Protection
increase
Output Short
Circuit Protection
(*2)
DRV_x = “H”,
CS_xP,
SH_x = “L”
CS_xN
Stop Switching
H
(*7)
CS_xx ≥ set
Re-power supply-on or
Lights out
value (*3)
Receive communication
Protection-2
Re-power supply-on or
Lights out
Receive communication
Protection-2
(All channels)
DRV_x = “H”,
Max Duty
-
Protection (*2)
SH_x = “L”
Stop Switching
H
(*7)
(All channels)
(DRV_x Duty)
≥ set value
(*3)
DRV_x = “H”,
Input Over Voltage
Protection
VIN
SH_x = “L”
Stop Switching
H
VIN ≥ set
After “Restart wait time”
Lights out
(*7)
value (*4)
VIN < set value (*4)
Protection-1
(All channels)
Switching
Input Low Voltage
Protection
(All channels)
VIN
−
Output current -10%
−
Disable output current
L
VIN ≤ set
value (*4)
VIN > set value (*4)
−
Enable output current
increase
Dimming
Protection
increase
DRV_x = “H”,
Input Under
Voltage Shutdown
VIN
SH_x = “L”
Stop Switching
X
(*6)
VIN ≤ 8.8V
VIN ≥ 9.6V
Lights out
Protection-3
(All channels)
Switching
External Over
Temperature
(All channels)
TEMPx
Protection (*2)
−
Output current -10%
−
Disable output current
L
TEMPx ≤ 1.5V
(*5)
TEMPx > 1.5V (*5)
−
Enable output current
increase
Dimming
Protection
increase
Internal Over
Temperature
Protection
Internal Over
Temperature
Shutdown
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Internal
Tempera
ture
Switching
(All channels)
−
Output current -10%
−
Disable output current
Internal
L
Temperature ≥
110°C
increase
IC
DRV_x = “H”,
Internal
SH_x = “L”
Tempera
Stop Switching
ture
(All channels)
Internal
H
Temperature ≥
150°C
Internal Temperature
< 110°C
Dimming
−
Protection
Enable output current
increase
Internal Temperature
Lights out
< 100°C
Protection-3
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Function
Detect
DRV_1 to 4
PCNT
Protection
Pin
SH_1 to 4 (*1)
(*7)
Conditions
L
TEMPx ≤ 1.5V
Protection release Condition
State
Switching
VO
(All channels)
VO Under Voltage
(by
Protection
TEMPx)
(*8)
TEMPx > 1.5V
−
Output current -10%
−
Disable output current
−
Dimming
Enable output current
Protection
increase
increase
*1: External FETs: DRV_1 to 4 drive Pch. FETs for constant current control, SH_1 to 4 drive Nch.
FETs for PWM control.
*2: Protection condition is detected by each channel. Protect operation is performed to all the
channels. (Avoid to change in color toning)
*3: Setting value is changed for each LED current and dimming type. Refer to Electrical
characteristics section.
*4: Setting value is changed for each VIN voltage. Refer to Electrical characteristics section.
*5: Configures of the external circuit of TEMPx input voltage to lower than 1.5V in temperature as
external over temperature protection.
*6: It becomes “X” because IC internal power supply circuit for IO stops.
*7: In case of DALI interface products, please refer the Hardware Manual for relation of PCNT
output and Query response
*8: Supply the power from VO to external temperature sensors for detects the VO Under Voltage
protection by TEMPx terminals.
Note:
−
Value of current and voltage and temperature, which are described in <Protect Function> represents
the TYP value of the electrical characteristics. Protection conditions of the actual variation in the
range of electrical characteristics.
Table 10-2 Protection Release Time
Parameter
Conditions
Value
Min
Typ
Max
-
10
-
Unit
Remarks
Output Over Current Protection,
Protection release wait time -1
Max Duty Protection,
s
Input Low Voltage Protection
Design Standard
External Over Temperature Protection,
Protection release wait time -2
Internal Over Temperature Protection
-
30
-
s
-
4
-
s
Value
VO Under Voltage Protection
Restart wait time
Input Over Voltage Protection,
Output Over Current Protection and Output Short Circuit Protection
− This function protects the LEDs from over current.
− Protective factor is the LED current value which measured difference voltage between CS_xP and
CS_xN.
− If peak measurement value of the LED output current (I_LED_max) exceeds the “Output Over Current
detection Voltage”, “Dimming Protection” is performed as the “Output Over Current Protection”.
− If average measurement value of the LED output current (I_LED_ave) exceeds the “Output Short
Circuit detection Voltage”, “Lights out Protection-2” is performed as the “Output Short Circuit
Protection”.
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Figure 10-7 Output Over Current Protection and Output Short Circuit Protection Operation
Protection operation -1
Over current
detect
LED Current
Over current
Detect current
accidental
current
increase
t (s)
LED
target current
Reduce 10%
90%
100%
80%
t (s)
state
Interface
communication
Normal dimming operation
Dimming protection
Normal dimming operation
Protection release wait time -1
Set
90%
Set
100%
ignores request of
brightness increase
Set
100%
t (s)
Protection operation -2
Over current
detect
LED Current
Over current
Detect current
Over current
detect again
accidental
current
increase
t (s)
LED
target current
Reduce 10%
Reduce 10%
90%
80%
70%
t (s)
state
Interface
communication
Normal dimming operation
Dimming protection
Normal dimming operation
Protection release wait time -1
Set
90%
t (s)
Protection operation -3
Over current
detect
LED Current
Over current
Detect current
Protection operation -4
Over current
detect again
Over current
Detect current
Short current
Detect current
Over current
detect
accidental
current
increase
Short current
detect
accidental
current
increase
t (s)
LED
target current
Reduce 10%
Reduce 10%
Reduce 10%
25%
state
Interface
communication
Normal dimming operation
Set
25%
15%
5%
Dimming
protection
90%
Reduce 10%
80%
0%
Light out
protection -2
0%
t (s)
Dimming
protection
Normal dimming operation
Lights out protection -2
Set
90%
t (s)
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Max Duty Protection
− This function protects the output side circuit from over voltage. If not be measured correctly the LED
current such as open lighting LEDs, open sense resister, open sense signal line and so on.
− Protective factor is PWM duty (ON time) value which used in DCDC constant current control.
− If duty value exceeds the “Max Duty Protection detection value”, “Lights out Protection-2” is performed
as the “Max Duty Protection”.
Input Over Voltage Protection
− This function protects the output side circuit from over voltage.
− Protective factor is VIN voltage value.
− If VIN pin voltage becomes greater than the “Recommended Operating Conditions” (exceeds the
“Input Over Voltage Protection Detection Voltage”), “Lights out Protection-1” is performed as the “Input
Over Voltage Protection”.
Input Low Voltage Protection and Input Under Voltage Shutdown
− This function protects the failure operation by low power supply voltage to the IC or the power supply
circuit from overload.
− Protective factor is VIN voltage value.
− If VIN pin voltage becomes less than the “Recommended Operating Conditions” (exceeds the “Input
Low Voltage Protection Detection Voltage”), “Dimming Protection” is performed as the “Input Low
Voltage Protection”.
− If VIN pin voltage is under the “Input Under Voltage Shutdown Threshold Voltage”, “Lights out
Protection-3” is performed as the “Input Under Voltage Shutdown”.
− When during the shutdown, to avoid the failure operation, IC stops functions other than protection. (3V
LDO output also stops)
External Over Temperature Protection
− This function protects the LEDs from breakdown or decrease the life time by cause of the high
temperature.
− Protective factor is the temperature value which measured TEMPx pin voltage. It is connecting the
external temperature sensor which placed near the LEDs.
− If temperature value is under the “External Over Temperature Protection Detection Voltage”, “Dimming
Protection” is performed as the “External Over Temperature Protection”.
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Figure 10-8 External Over Temperature Protection Operation
Protection operation -1
External
Temperature
accidental
temperature
increase
t (s)
TEMPx
Voltage
Over
Temperature
detect
Over Temperature
Detect Voltage
t (s)
LED
target current
Reduce 10%
90%
100%
80%
t (s)
state
Interface
communication
Normal dimming operation
Dimming protection
Normal dimming operation
t (s)
Protection release wait time -2
Set
90%
Set
100%
ignores request of
brightness increase
Set
100%
t (s)
Protection operation -2
External
Temperature
accidental
temperature
increase
t (s)
TEMPx
Voltage
Over Temperature
Detect Voltage
Over temperature
detect
Over temperature
detect again
t (s)
LED
target current
Reduce 10%
90%
Reduce 10%
80%
70%
t (s)
state
Interface
communication
Normal dimming operation
Dimming protection
Protection release wait time -2
Normal dimming operation
t (s)
Set
90%
t (s)
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Internal Over Temperature Protection and Internal Over Temperature Shutdown
− This function protects the failure operation or IC breakdown by cause of the IC high temperature.
− Protective factor is the temperature value which measured IC Internal Temperature.
− If temperature value exceeds the “Internal Over Temperature Protection Detection Temperature”,
“Dimming Protection” is performed as the “Internal Over Temperature Protection”.
− If temperature value exceeds the “Internal Over Temperature Shutdown Detection Temperature”,
“Lights out Protection-3” is performed as the “Internal Over Temperature Shutdown”.
VO Under Voltage Protection
− This function protects the failure operation which connected circuit to VO pin such as temperature
sensor, communication circuit by cause of the LDO under voltage.
− Supply the power from VO to external temperature sensors for detects the VO Under Voltage
protection by TEMPx terminals.
− Protective factor is the TEMPx input voltage value that relates the VO output voltage value.
− If VO output current value exceeds the “Maximum Output Current”, the LDO Over Current Limit
function performed reduce the VO output voltage and current by the conventional fold-back current
limiting characteristic, it detected by TEMPx terminals.
− If TEMPx value is under the ‘VO under voltage Protection Detection Voltage’, ‘Dimming Protection’ is
performed as the ‘VO Under Voltage Protection’. It shares the operation with ‘External Over
Temperature Protection’.
10.5.3
Function of Protection Status Output
S6AL211 series has a feedback output pin (PCNT) for outputting to an external IC. It informs moved to the
protection states (Lights out Protection-1, -2 and -3) which has safety problem.
It can be used as a signal which informs the failure lighting to the MCU in the lighting system.
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10.6 Standby Function
S6AL211 series are integrated with the standby function.
It reduces the power consumption of the IC by stops the functions other than minimum necessary functions.
Move to the Standby state
When the all channels brightness is set to the Lights out (0% brightness), the LED current flow turns to 0A.
Then IC moves to the Standby state after the “Standby transition wait time”.
When IC receives communication from communication interface or input from sensors during the “Standby
transition wait time”, IC returns to the Normal Dimming Operation.
And, IC does not move to the Standby state from Lights out by protection function.
Standby state
It is a state of low power consumption. IC stops functions other than the communication interface and sensor
inputs for acceptance of return to the Normal Dimming Operation.
3V LDO continues an output.
Return to the Normal state from Standby state
When IC receives communication from communication interface or sensor inputs, IC returns to the Normal
Dimming Operation.
Table 10-3 Standby Transition Wait Time
Parameter
Standby transition wait time
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Conditions
-
Value
Min
Typ
Max
-
4
-
Unit
s
Remarks
Design Standard
Value
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10.7 Power-on and Power-off
When power is supplied to the S6AL211 series, the constant current control circuit outputs a stable output
current to within 0.3s after reaching the recommended operating voltage.
(When don't use the Fade function and DALI, Not include 0.6s of waiting time for the Power Level
command.)
After the Power-on, the brightness becomes to the set value "POWER ON LEVEL". (Please refer to the
hardware manual for "POWER ON LEVEL".)
If the power supply is stopped without Lights out setting, IC stops switching operation of the constant current
control circuit safely by functions of the Input Low Voltage Protection and the Input Under Voltage shutdown.
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Figure 10-9 Power-on and Power-off Timing Chart
Power-on, Power-off -1
VIN
VIN x 0.9
Input Under Voltage
Shutdown
release
Power on
t (s)
VO
t (s)
DRV_x
Fix off level
output
Fix off level
output
Discharge
Output cap
SH_x
t (s)
Switching start
Discharge
Output cap
t (s)
Power ON to Initial Setting Current
Operation Time
Shutdown
Standby
state
Normal Dimming state
Initialize state
ILED
= LED brightness
t (s)
Communication
interface
Brightness
down
Lights
out
Standby transition
Wait time
t (s)
Power-on, Power-off -2
VIN
Input Low Voltage Protection
Detect Voltage
Input Under Voltage
Shutdown
enter
t (s)
VO
t (s)
DRV_x
Fix off level
output
Fix off level
output
Switching start
t (s)
SH_x
t (s)
Standby restotion to Initial Setting Current
Operation Time
Standby
state
Normal Dimming state
Protection state
Dimming protection
Protection state
Light out protection-3
ILED
= LED brightness
t (s)
Communication
interface
Brightness
Set
t (s)
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10.8 LDO
S6AL211 series are integrated a 3V LDO regulator for supplying the power to the peripheral circuits. It can
be used, for example, the power supply of the sensors (temperature sensor, ambient light sensor, human
2
motion detect sensor), PullUp power of I C Bus and the power supply of the communication module.
Therefore it reduces the BOM cost, reduces board mounting area and realizes the other power ICs
unnecessary.
LDO continues an output in standby state.
VO pin must be connected to a bypass capacitor.
If the output current of the LDO becomes over current, reduce the output voltage and current by the
conventional fold-back current limiting characteristic.
10.9 External Inputs for Dimming
S6AL211 series corresponds to external input for dimming function of the following.
− Ambient light sensor Input:
− Trigger Input (Human Motion detect sensor):
SENSE3 (ADD3) Pin
SENSE4 (ADD4) Pin
The Product parts number is assigned to each input type. Please refer to Product Line up for details.
10.9.1
Ambient Light Sensor Input Dimming (SENSE3/ADD3 Pin)
It operates the dimming control by the ambient light sensor input.
Please refer to the hardware manual for details.
10.9.2
Trigger Input Dimming (SENSE4/ADD4 Pin)
It operates the dimming control by trigger signal from the motion (human detect) sensor.
Please refer to the hardware manual for details.
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10.10 Communication Interfaces
S6AL211 series corresponds to some communication interfaces for dimming and color control function.
Therefore, it can be controlled from the external master devices or the external MCUs.
DALI
− Standard : IEC 62386-101 Edition 1.0, -102 Edition 1.0 (Device type 0),
-207 Edition 1.0 (Device type 6)
− Master / Slave mode
− Two-wire half-duplex communication
− Transmission rate : 1200bps ±10%
It is necessary of the external IC, the isolation and level conversion circuits.
UART
− Transmission rate : 115.2 kbps(typ)
It can be controlled from the external module which has the UART interface. For example Bluetooth module
It easily makes the remote control system.
2
IC
− SCL clock frequency : 75 kHz (max)
Note:
−
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The Product parts number is assigned to each input type. Please refer to Product Line up for details.
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10.10.1 DALI
Supported commands
Supported to the following standards:
−
−
−
IEC 62386-101 Edition 1.0
IEC 62386-102 Edition 1.0 (Device type 0)
IEC 62386-207 Edition 1.0 (Device type 6)
Non-volatile memory data storage
−
DALI variable definition data : 38Byte (13+8kinds)
−
Memory bank: 48Byte (3banks)
Address setting function
After receiving the “INITIAL” command, can be specified short address in one of the following ways:
−
−
−
Addressing by a physical selection (ADD6 Pin = “H”)
Random address setting
Single direct address setting
Fade control
−
Normal rate fade (IEC 62386-102)
−
High rate fade (IEC 62386-207)
Configurable dimming steps
256 steps (set value 0 : Lights out, set value 254 : 100% brightness, set value 255 : Stop Fading)
Dimmable channels
Single color (same control to all channels)
Communication failure detection
When ADD5 Pin continued to detect a fault level (“L”) of between 500 ms, fault condition is satisfied.
IC performs the specified operation.
Please connect output signal from the diagnosis circuit which is external for DALI communication / Isolation.
When simple failure detection is needed, output signal of external DALI communication / Isolation circuit
(connected signal to IF1 pin) connects to ADD5 pin. IC detects DALI signal disconnection which does not
need additional external parts.
Data format
IEC 62386-102
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10.10.2 UART
Dimmable channels
4 channels (such as Red, Green, Blue, White or White×4 etc. )
Assign channel of 4color application
ch.1: Red, ch.2: Green, ch.3: Blue, ch.4: White
Dimming control curve
Linear and Logarithmic curve
Fade control
−
Fade function : Fade in / Fade out
−
Fade time : 0.5s, 1.0s, 2.0s and no fade
Configurable dimming steps
256 steps (set value 0 : Lights out, set value 255 : 100% brightness)
Data format
Please refer the Hardware manual
10.10.3 I2C
Slave address
55h
Data format
Please refer to the hardware manual for details.
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DALI_DIAG
C5
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DALI
physical selection
If not use :
connect to DC_3V
option
DC_3V
DALI_TX
DALI_RX
DC_24V
C6
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
CS_4N
CS_4P
CS_3N
CS_3P
CS_2N
CS_2P
CS_1N
CS_1P
R1
SW1
Note
DC_24V
C7
22
21
20
19
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
11
10
35
34
BIAS
BIAS2
BIAS3
SP
TEST
23 AGND
36 AGND
47 AGND
VO
PCNT
SH_4
SH_3
SH_2
SH_1
DRV_4
DRV_3
DRV_2
DRV_1
DGND
VIN
VIN
SCL
SDA
16 AGND
1
7
4
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
CS_4N
CS_4P
CS_3N
CS_3P
CS_2N
CS_2P
CS_1N
CS_1P
ADD8
ADD7
ADD6
ADD5
SENSE4 / ADD4
SENSE3 / ADD3
SENSE2 / ADD2
SENSE1
DIN2
DIN1
IF2
IF1
IC1
S6AL211 series
33
45
46
2
3
48
32
18
17
15
14
9
8
6
5
13
C4
12 Note
C3
C2
DC_3V
C1
PROTECT_OUT
SH_4
SH_3
SH_2
SH_1
DRV_4
DRV_3
DRV_2
DRV_1
DC_3V
SH_2
DRV_2
DC_24V
SH_1
DRV_1
DC_24V
DALI_IN2
DALI_IN1
DALI interface
ch2
ch1
C202
C102
D11
Q201
Q101
R11
D201
3mA
R13
R12
P11
L201
D101
L101
D12
C11
LED101
-105
R201
Q202
Q11
R14
1mA
R15
Thermal
connection
LED201
-205
R101
Q102
Thermal
connection
Option
DALI communication
diagnosis circuit
C201
C101
D13
P12
CS_2N
CS_2P
TEMP2
DC_3V
CS_1N
CS_1P
TEMP1
R16
500uA
T201
R204
T101
R104
DC_3V
SH_4
DRV_4
DC_24V
SH_3
DRV_3
DC_24V
DALI_TX
DALI_RX
Connect IF1 and ADD5
For simple diagnosis circuit
- only detect disconnection of
DALI interface line
DALI_DIAG
DC_3V
ch4
ch3
D401
L401
D301
L301
C401
C301
SW2
10
R4
DIN1
SDA
SCL
IC1
S6AL211 series
option
for memory writing by I2C interface
Q401
Note
C402
C302
Q301
13
12
R401
Q402
R2
Thermal
connection
LED401
-405
R301
Q302
Thermal
connection
LED301
-305
R3
T401
R404
T301
R304
SDA
SCL
DC_3V
CS_4N
CS_4P
TEMP4
DC_3V
CS_3N
CS_3P
TEMP3
DC_3V
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11.1 Application Circuit Example 1
Figure 11-1 Office Base Lighting System : DALI, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V
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Table 11-1 Recommended Parts List: DALI, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V
Block
IC
LED
ch.1
Value
Unit
IC1
Ref Designator
-
-
Part Number
C1
0.1
µF
-
-
C2
4.7
µF
-
-
C3
4.7
µF
-
-
C4
4.7
µF
-
-
C5
10
µF
-
-
50V or 35V
C6
100
pF
-
-
50V or 35V
C7
100
pF
-
-
50V or 35V
R1
100
kΩ
-
-
R2
10
kΩ
-
-
R3
10
kΩ
-
-
R4
100
kΩ
-
-
SW1
-
-
-
-
SW2
-
-
-
-
Q101
-
-
FDC658AP
FAIRCHILD
30V, Pch. FET
Q102
-
-
FDC8886
FAIRCHILD
30V, Nch. FET
S6AL211 series
Vendor (Maker name)
Note
Spansion
D101
-
-
SS23
FAIRCHILD
Vf 0.5V at 2A
L101
220
µH
SLF12575
TDK
Imax 1.3A
C101
10
µF
C3216X5R1H106K
C102
4.7
µF
R101
0.2
Ω
R102
7.5
kΩ
TDK
50V
RL1632R-R200-F
SSM
50V or 35V
1/2W
-
Golden DRAGON Plus
LED_101-105
-
-
LUW W5AM-KZ-7E-Z
white 6500K
OSRAM
IF max 1000 mA
Vf 3.2V at 350 mA
Thermistor
T101
-
-
NTCG104EF104FT1
TDK
100 kΩ
B25/85 4308K
LED
ch.2, 3, 4
same parts as LED ch.1
bridge diode
D11
-
-
MB2S
FAIRCHILD
D12
-
-
MBR140SFT1
ON semiconductor
Schottky Barrier diode
D13
-
-
MMSZ5229B
FAIRCHILD
Zener Diode, 4.3V, 0.5W
P11
-
-
PS2561L-1-A
CEL
Photo coupler
P12
-
-
PS2561L-1-A
CEL
Photo coupler
FMMT491A
Diodes Zetex
200V, 0.5A
DALI
Q11
-
-
interface
C11
22
µF
-
-
R11
680
Ω
-
-
R12
330
Ω
-
-
R13
3.3
kΩ
-
-
R14
4.7
Ω
-
-
R15
10
kΩ
-
-
R16
5.6
kΩ
-
-
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Spansion
:
Spansion Inc.
FAIRCHILD
:
Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.
TDK
:
TDK Corporation
SSM
:
Susumu Co., Ltd
OSRAM
:
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc.
ON semiconductor
:
ON Semiconductor
CEL
:
California Eastern Laboratories, Inc.
Diodes
:
Diodes Incorporated
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DC_24V
If not use :
connect to GND
MOT_SENS
LIGHT_SENS
option
DC_3V
UART_TX
UART_RX
DC_24V
C5
C6
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
CS_4N
CS_4P
CS_3N
CS_3P
CS_2N
CS_2P
CS_1N
CS_1P
DC_24V
C7
22
21
20
19
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
11
10
35
34
BIAS2
BIAS3
SP
TEST
16 AGND
23 AGND
36 AGND
47 AGND
VO
PCNT
SH_4
SH_3
SH_2
SH_1
DRV_4
DRV_3
DRV_2
DRV_1
BIAS
VIN
VIN
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
CS_4N
CS_4P
CS_3N
CS_3P
CS_2N
CS_2P
CS_1N
CS_1P
ADD8
ADD7
ADD6
ADD5
SENSE4 / ADD4
SENSE3 / ADD3
SCL
SDA
DGND
1
7
4
IC1
S6AL211series
SENSE2 / ADD2
SENSE1
DIN2
DIN1
IF2
IF1
33
45
46
2
3
48
32
18
17
15
14
9
8
6
5
13
12
C4
C3
C2
DC_3V
C1
PROTECT_OUT
SH_4
SH_3
SH_2
SH_1
DRV_4
DRV_3
DRV_2
DRV_1
DC_3V
SH_2
DRV_2
DC_24V
SH_1
DRV_1
DC_24V
DC_3V
UART interface
ch2
ch1
C11
C12
R11
Q201
L101
C201
C101
GND
RESET
VDD
UART_CTS
UART_RTS
UART_RX
UART_TX
M11
Bluetooth module
MBH7BLZ02
D201
L201
D101
If not need reset time :
connect to DC_3V
C202
C102
Q101
R201
Q202
UART_TX
UART_RX
Thermal
connection
LED201
-205
R101
Q102
Thermal
connection
LED101
-105
T201
R204
T101
R104
CS_2N
CS_2P
TEMP2
DC_3V
CS_1N
CS_1P
TEMP1
DC_3V
DC_3V
VR31
SH_4
DRV_4
DC_24V
SH_3
DRV_3
DC_24V
C31
PT31
ch4
ch3
Q401
LIGHT_SENS
Option
Ambient light sensor
C402
C302
Q301
DC_3V
Option
Motion sensor
D401
L401
D301
L301
C401
C301
GND
VDD
OUT
M41
motion sensor
module
EKMB1301111K
R401
Q402
Thermal
connection
LED401
-405
R301
Q302
Thermal
connection
LED301
-305
R41
T401
R404
T301
R304
MOT_SENS
CS_4N
CS_4P
TEMP4
DC_3V
CS_3N
CS_3P
TEMP3
DC_3V
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Figure 11-2 Consumer Down Lighting System: UART, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V
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Table 11-2 Recommended Parts List: UART, Dimming Type C, VIN = 24V
Block
IC
LED ch.1
Value
Unit
IC1
Ref Designator
-
-
Part Number
C1
0.1
µF
-
-
C2
4.7
µF
-
-
C3
4.7
µF
-
-
C4
4.7
µF
-
-
C5
10
µF
-
-
50V or 35V
C6
100
pF
-
-
50V or 35V
C7
50V or 35V
S6AL211 series
Vendor (Maker name)
Note
Spansion
100
pF
-
-
Q101
-
-
FDC658AP
FAIRCHILD
30V, Pch. FET
Q102
-
-
FDC8886
FAIRCHILD
30V, Nch. FET
D101
-
-
SS23
FAIRCHILD
Vf 0.5V at 2A
L101
220
µH
SLF12575
TDK
Imax 1.3A
C101
10
µF
C3216X5R1H106K
TDK
50V
C102
4.7
µF
R101
0.2
Ω
R102
7.5
kΩ
RL1632R-R200-F
SSM
-
50V or 35V
1/2W
Golden DRAGON Plus
LED_101-105
-
-
LCW W5AM-KX-7U-Z
warm white 2700K
OSRAM
IF max 1000 mA,
Vf 3.2V at 350 mA
T101
LED ch.2
-
-
NTCG104EF104FT1
Thermistor B25/85 4308K
TDK
100 kΩ
same parts as LED ch.1
Golden DRAGON Plus
LED ch.3
LED_301-305
-
-
LUW W5AM-KZ-7E-Z
white 6500K
OSRAM
IF max 1000 mA,
Vf 3.2V at 350 mA
Other parts are same as LED ch.1.
LED ch.4
same parts as LED ch.3
-
-
C11
1
µF
-
-
C12
-
µF
-
-
if need reset time
R11
-
kΩ
-
-
if need reset time
Ambient
C31
0.1
µF
-
-
light
VR31
27
kΩ
-
sensor
PT31
-
-
NJL7502L
JRC
Motion
M41
-
-
EKMB1301111K
Panasonic
R41
270
kΩ
UART
interface
sensor
MBH7BLZ02
Fujitsu component
Bluetooth model
M11
-
-
Spansion
:
Spansion Inc.
FAIRCHILD
:
Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.
TDK
:
TDK Corporation
SSM
:
Susumu Co., Ltd
OSRAM
:
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc.
Fujitsu component
:
FUJITSU COMPONENT LIMITED
JRC
:
Japan Radio Co., Ltd.
Panasonic
:
Panasonic Corporation
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target 13.3 kΩ at 2V/150 µA
photo Tr target 300lx at 150 µA
Passive Infrared Ray motion
sensor module PaPIRs 6 µA
-
11 µA
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11.3 Number of Series LEDs
The number of series LEDs by the Dimming type is in the following table.
Table 11-3 Number of Series LEDs
Typical Power
Dimming
Supply Voltage
Type
24V
A
24V
24V
LED
Number
LED Current at
Maximum
100% Brightness
LED Vf Voltage
350 mA
3.7V at 350 mA
5
B
1A
4.1V at 1A
5
C
1A
4.1V at 1A
5
of Series LEDs
Note:
−
LED should be selected of exceeding the following maximum rating current value.
Common of the Dimming Type A, B and C
1.0A at Duty 100%
2.2A at under 1 ms
11.4 Temperature Sensor Characteristics of Circuit Example
Figure 11-3 Temperature Sensor Characteristics of Circuit Example
Ta vs VTEMPx
VTEMPx vs Total Resistance
3.500
50000
conditions
Thermistor :
NTCG104EF104FT1
divided Res : 7.5k ohm
Vin : 3V
VTEMPx(V)
2.500
2.000
40000
Resistance(ohm)
3.000
1.500
1.000
30000
conditions
Thermistor :
NTCG104EF104FT1
divided Res : 7.5k ohm
Vin : 3V
20000
10000
0.500
0.000
-50
0
50
100
Ta (degreeC)
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150
200
0
0.000
0.500
1.000
1.500
2.000
2.500
3.000
VTEMPx (V)
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12. Typical Characteristics
12.1 LDO
Figure 12-1 LDO Typical Characteristics
Line Regulation
3.10
IO=60mA
C=4.7uF
VIN=24V
4
VO [V]
3.05
VO [V]
FOLD BACK
5
3.00
2.95
3
2
1
2.90
0
11
14
17
20
VIN [V]
23
26
0
0.05
0.1
IOUT [A]
0.15
PSRR (dB)
0
IO=60mA
C=4.7uF
-20
PSRR [dB]
-40
-60
-80
-100
-120
-140
-160
1.E+00
1.E+02
1.E+04
freq [Hz]
1.E+06
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12.2 Efficiency
Efficiency : LED Output Power (=LED Current×LED Vf ) / Input Power
Figure 12-2 Efficiency Typical Characteristics
Efficiency
100%
efficiency
98%
96%
94%
92%
90%
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23
24
VIN [V]
25
26
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13. Usage Precautions
Do not configure the IC over the maximum ratings.
If the IC is used over the maximum ratings, the LSI may be permanently damaged.
It is preferable for the device to normally operate within the recommended usage conditions. Usage outside
of these conditions can have an adverse effect on the reliability of the LSI.
Use the device within the recommended operating conditions.
The recommended values guarantee the normal LSI operation under the recommended operating
conditions.
The electrical ratings are guaranteed when the device is used within the recommended operating conditions
and under the conditions stated for each item.
Printed circuit board ground lines should be set up with consideration for common
impedance.
Take appropriate measures against static electricity.
 Containers for semiconductor materials should have anti-static protection or be made of conductive
material.
 After mounting, printed circuit boards should be stored and shipped in conductive bags or containers.
 Work platforms, tools, and instruments should be properly grounded.
 Working personnel should be grounded with resistance of 250 kΩ to 1 MΩ in serial between body and
ground.
Do not apply negative voltages.
The use of negative voltages below - 0.3V may make the parasitic transistor activated to the LSI, and can
cause malfunctions.
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14. Ordering Information
Table 14-1 Ordering Information
Part Number
Package
S6AL211A21
S6AL211A31
S6AL211A94
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Plastic, LQFP48
Interface
DALI
UART(Bluetooth)
Dimming Type
Remarks
B
-
C
-
C
-
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15. Recommended Mounting Conditions [JEDEC Level3] Lead Free
15.1 Recommended Reflow Condition
Table 15-1 Recommended Reflow Condition
Items
Contents
Method
IR(Infrared Reflow) / Convection
Times
3 times in succession
Before unpacking
Floor life
Please use within 2 years after production.
From unpacking to reflow
Within 7 days
In case over period of floor life(*1)
Floor life
condition
Baking with 125°C+/-3°C for 24hrs+2hrs/-0hrs is required. Then please
use within 7 days. (Please remember baking is up to 2 times)
Between 5°C and 30°C and also below 60%RH required. (It is preferred lower humidity in the required temp range.)
*1: Concerning the Tape & Reel product, please transfer product to heatproof tray and so on when
you perform baking.
Also please prevent lead deforming and ESD damage during baking process.
15.2 Reflow Profile
Figure 15-1 Reflow Profile
260°C Max. (J-STD-020D)
TL to TP : Ramp Up Rate
3°C/s Max.
TS
150 to 200°C, 60 to 120s
: Preheat & Soak
TP - tP : Peak Temperature
260°C Down, within 30s
TL - tL : Liquidous Temperature
217°C, 60 to 150s
TP to TL : Ramp Down Rate
6°C/s Max.
Time 25°C to Peak
8min Max.
Temperature on the top of the package body is measured.
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16. Package Dimensions
48-pin plastic LQFP
Lead pitch
0.50 mm
Package width ×
package length
7 mm × 7 mm
Lead shape
Gullwing
Sealing method
Plastic mold
Mounting height
1.70 mm MAX
Weight
0.17 g
Code
(Reference)
P-LFQFP48-7×7-0.50
(FPT-48P-M26)
48-pin plastic LQFP
(FPT-48P-M26)
Note 1) * : These dimensions include resin protrusion.
Note 2) Pins width and pins thickness include plating thickness.
Note 3) Pins width do not include tie bar cutting remainder.
9.00±0.20(.354±.008)SQ
+0.40
+.016
* 7.00 –0.10 .276 –.004 SQ
36
0.145±0.055
(.006±.002)
25
24
37
0.08(.003)
INDEX
48
0.50(.020)
+0.20
1.50 –0.10
(Mounting height)
+.008
.059 –.004
13
"A"
LEAD No.
Details of "A" part
1
0°~8°
0.10±0.10
(.004±.004)
(Stand off)
12
0.20±0.05
(.008±.002)
0.08(.003)
0.25(.010)
M
0.60±0.15
(.024±.006)
C
2003-2010 FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR LIMITED F48040S-c-2-3
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Dimensions in mm (inches).
Note: The values in parentheses are reference values.
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17. Major Changes
Page
Section
Change Results
Revision 0.1
-
-
Initial release
-
Preliminary → Full Production
Revision 1.0
Revision 2.0
44, 45
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Change the note of R41.
15. Recommended mounting
Section " Recommended mounting conditions [JEDEC Level3]
conditions [JEDEC Level3] Lead Free
Lead Free" added
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