SMPS controller. TEA19051BTK Datasheet

TEA19051BTK controller. Datasheet pdf. Equivalent

Part TEA19051BTK
Description SMPS controller
Feature TEA19051BTK USB-PD 2.0/USB-PD 3.0/QC 2.0/QC 3.0/QC 4 (+) controller for SMPS Rev. 3 — 21 January .
Manufacture NXP
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USB-PD 2.0/USB-PD 3.0/QC 2.0/QC 3.0/QC 4 (+) controller for
Rev. 3 — 21 January 2019
Product data sheet
1 General description
The TEA19051BTK is a highly configurable secondary side SMPS controller that is
available in many factory configured versions. Section 15 gives an overview of the off-
the-shelf available versions of the TEA19051BTK. To inquire about the possibilities of
customer-specific versions, contact your local sales representative.
The TEA19051BTK supports the following protocols:
USB Type-C v.1.3
USB power delivery (USB-PD) including programmable power supply (PPS)
Battery Charging 1.2 (BC1.2)
Qualcomm® QuickChargeQC2.0, QC3.0, and QC4+
A complete smart-charging switch mode power supply (SMPS) can be built in
combination with the TEA193x primary controller and the TEA199x secondary side
synchronous rectifier (SR) controller.
The TEA19051BTK can be provided in several small packages with low pin count. Due
to its small number of external components, a small form factor SMPS can be built that
meets efficiency requirements like CoC Tier-2, EuP Iot6, and DOE v6 with an extremely
no-load power (< 30 mW).
The TEA19051BTK has a high level of digital integration. It incorporates all required
circuits, including a charge pump to drive an external NMOS load switch directly, a USB-
PD physical interface (PHY), and an integrated driver for fast output discharge.
The output voltage and output current are continuously measured and are used to control
the SMPS. Two GPIO pins measure the adapter temperature and the temperature in the
cable/connector. Optionally, the GPIO pins can be used for other features, like supply
(see Table 4). The die temperature of the TEA19051BTK is monitored via an internal
temperature sensor.
Multiple protections ensure the best-in-class charging safety for the TEA19051BTK.
To ensure correct operation under all conditions, all protections except UVP are
implemented in hardware. The response of these protections can be programmed
as latched or safe restart. Although not recommended, these protections can also be
disabled individually via the settings in the non-volatile multi-time programmable (MTP)
If an output short circuit occurs, the power dissipation in the adapter can be below
50 mW.
For output voltage regulation, current regulation, and protection, only a single
optocoupler is required in the application.
The TEA19051BTK operates in CV mode with a better than 2 % voltage accuracy. In CC
mode, it operates with a better than 2 % full-load current accuracy.

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USB-PD 2.0/USB-PD 3.0/QC 2.0/QC 3.0/QC 4 (+) controller for SMPS
2 Features and benefits
2.1 General
Best-in-class fail-safe application for high-power adapters; gives complete protection
against overload conditions in the load (e.g. phone)
Wide output voltage operating range (2.9 V to 21 V)
Ultra-high efficiency together with TEA193x QR/DCM controller and TEA199x SR
Very low no-load power (< 30 mW for the complete system solution)
High power density
Dedicated SW pin to drive external NMOS directly
Constant voltage (CV) and constant current (CC) control (programmable level)
Precise voltage and current control with low minimum step size (voltage 12-bit DAC,
current 10-bit DAC)
Continuous measurement of output voltage and output current with a better than 2 %
Low-cost HVSON16 package (suitable for reflow soldering)
Low-cost bill of materials (BOM; ≈15 external components)
Embedded MCU (with ROM, RAM, and MTP memory)
Discharge pin for fast output voltage ramp down
Built-in series regulator and programmable cable compensation
Non-volatile MTP memory for storage of system configuration parameters
2.2 Protocol support
USB Type-C v.1.3
USB power delivery (USB-PD) 2.0 and 3.0 including programmable power supply
Qualcomm® QuickChargeQC2.0, QC3.0, and QC4+ protocols
Battery Charging 1.2 (BC 1.2)
Unstructured vendor defined messages (VDMs), which can be used for MTP
programming, e.g. to get Vendor IDs
Product data sheet
All information provided in this document is subject to legal disclaimers.
Rev. 3 — 21 January 2019
© NXP B.V. 2019. All rights reserved.
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