Microcontroller Supply. TLE7368 Datasheet

TLE7368 Supply. Datasheet pdf. Equivalent

Part TLE7368
Description Next Generation Microcontroller Supply
Feature TLE7368 Next Generation Microcontroller Supply 1 Overview Features • High efficient next generatio.
Manufacture Infineon Technologies
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Next Generation Microcontroller Supply
1 Overview
• High efficient next generation microcontroller power supply system
• Wide battery input voltage range < 4.5 V up to 45 V
• Operating temperature range Tj = -40°C to +150°C
• Pre-regulator for low all over power loss:
Integrated current mode Buck converter 5.5 V/2.5 A
• Post-regulators, e.g. for system and controller I/O supply:
– LDO1: 5 V ±2%, 800 mA current limit
– LDO2: 3.3 V ±2% or 2.6V ±2% (selectable output), 700 mA
current limit
• Integrated linear regulator control circuit to supply controller cores:
– LDO3 control for an external NPN power stage:
– 1.5 V ±2% at TLE7368E
– 1.2 V ±2% at TLE7368-2E
– 1.3 V ±2% at TLE7368-3E
• Post-regulators for off board supply:
– 2 Tracking regulators following the main 5 V, 105 mA and 50 mA
• Stand-by regulator with lowest current consumption:
– Linear voltage regulator as stand-by supply for e.g.memory circuits
– Hardware selectable output voltages as 1.0 V or 2.6 V, 30 mA
– Independent battery input, separated from Buck regulator input
• Hardware controlled on/off logic
• Undervoltage detection:
– Undervoltage reset circuits with adjustable reset delay time at power up
– Undervoltage monitoring circuit on stand-by supply
• Window watchdog circuit
• Overcurrent protection on all regulators
• Power sequencing on controller supplies
• Overtemperature shutdown
• Package: Small exposed pad PG-DSO-36
• Green Product (RoHS compliant)
Data Sheet
Rev. 2.6

Next Generation Microcontroller Supply
Potential application
Microcontroller supply
Product validation
Qualified for automotive applications. Product validation according to AEC-Q100.
The TLE7368 device is a multifunctional power supply circuit especially designed for Automotive powertrain
systems using a standard 12 V battery. The device is intended to supply and monitor next generation 32-bit
microcontroller families (13 µm lithography) where voltage levels such as 5 V, 3.3 V or 1.5/1.2/1.3 V are
The regulator follows the concept of its predecessor TLE6368/SONIC, where the output of a pre-regulator
feeds the inputs of the micro’s linear supplies. In detail, the TLE7368 cascades a Buck converter with linear
regulators and voltage followers to achieve lowest power dissipation. This configuration allows to power the
application even at high ambient temperatures.
The step-down converter delivers a pre-regulated voltage of 5.5 V with a minimum peak current capability of
2.5 A.
Supplied by this step down converter two low drop linear post-regulators offer 5 V and 3.3 V (2.6 V) with high
accuracy. The current capability of the regulators is 800 mA and 700 mA. The 3.3 V (2.6 V) linear regulator does
have its own input allowing to insert a dropper from the Buck output to reduce the on chip power dissipation
if necessary. For the same reason, reduction of on chip power dissipation, the core supply (1.5 V, 1.2 V or 1.3 V)
follows the concept of integrated control circuit with external power stage.
Implementing the on board and microcontroller supplies in this way described, allows operation even at high
ambient temperatures.
The regulator system contains the so called power sequencing function which provides a controlled power up
sequence of the three output voltages.
In addition to the main regulators the inputs of two voltage trackers are connected to the 5.5 V Buck converter
output voltage. Their protected outputs follow the main 5 V linear regulator with high accuracy and are able
to drive loads of 50 mA and 105 mA.
To monitor the output voltage levels of each of the linear regulators two independent undervoltage detection
circuits are available. They can be used to implement the reset or an interrupt function.
For energy saving reasons, e.g. while the motor is turned off, the TLE7368 offers a stand-by mode. The standby
mode can be enabled and disabled either by battery or the microcontroller. In this stand-by mode just the
stand-by regulator remains active and the current drawn from battery is reduced to a minimum for extended
battery lifetime. A selection pin allows to configure the output voltages of the stand-by regulator to the
application’s needs. The input of the stand-by regulator is separated from the high power input of the pre-
/post-regulator system.
The TLE7368 is based on Infineon’s Power technology SPT™ which allows bipolar, CMOS and power DMOS
circuitry to be integrated on the same monolithic chip/circuitry.
TLE7368 E
TLE7368-2 E
TLE7368-3 E
Data Sheet
Rev. 2.6

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