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MC3392 Datasheet

LOW SIDE PROTECTED SWITCH

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Low Side Protected Switch
The MC3392 is a low side protected switch designed for use in harsh
automotive applications which require the capability of handling high
voltages attributed to load and field dump transients, in addition to reverse
and double battery conditions. The three terminal TO–220 is intended to
replace power Darlington transistors in new and existing switching
applications when taking into account the CMOS input levels required by the
MC3392. It offers improved functionality and ruggedness over power
Darlingtons while retaining the same package and pin configuration, and can
be used as a replacement in many applications using the industry standard
TIP100/101 NPN power Darlington transistor.
The five–terminal TO–220 has the added feature of having a Fault output
(active low) which will indicate the existence of an over temperature,
over–voltage or current limit condition, including an output short to ground.
When driving a moderate load, the MC3392 performs as an extremely
high gain, low saturation Darlington transistor having CMOS input levels. The
primary advantage of the MC3392 over a Darlington transistor is the
additional protection afforded the device and load when driving difficult or
faulty loads. This device incorporates unique internal current limit and
thermal protection circuitry to safeguard itself and the associated load from
catastrophic failure.
The MC3392 is available in a three and five–lead TO–220 package; the
five–lead having the added diagnostic feature. The full featured MC3392 is
also available in a 16 pin wide body SOIC plastic power package.
Designed for Automotive Applications
Can Be Used as a Replacement for TIP100/101 NPN Power Darlingtons
Drives Inductive Loads without External Clamp Circuitry
Withstands Negative and Positive Transient Voltages
Low ON Voltage
CMOS Logic Compatible Input
Over Current, Overvoltage, and Thermal Protection
Extended Operating Temperature Range
Fault Output
MC3392
LOW SIDE
PROTECTED SWITCH
SEMICONDUCTOR
TECHNICAL DATA
Pin 1. Input
2. Output
3. Ground
1 (Heatsink surface
2 connected to Pin 3)
3
T SUFFIX
PLASTIC PACKAGE
CASE 221A
(TO–220)
1
5
T–1 SUFFIX
PLASTIC PACKAGE
CASE 314D
(TO–220)
Pin 1. Input
2. Fault
3. Ground
4. NC
5. Output
Simplified Block Diagram
CMOS Input
Vin
Fast
Turnoff
Over
Voltage
Detect
Thermal
Shutdown
Current
Limit
Gnd
MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA
Pin 1. NC
2. NC
16
1
3. NC
4. Output
5. Input
DW SUFFIX
6. Fault
Vout
PLASTIC PACKAGE
CASE 751G
SOP(8+8)L
7. NC
8. NC
9–16. Ground
ORDERING INFORMATION
Fault Operating
Device
Temperature Range Package
MC3392T
MC3392T–1
MC3392DW
Plastic Power
TA = – 40° to +125°C Plastic Power
SOP(8+8)L
© Motorola, Inc. 1996
Rev 0
1


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MC3392 Datasheet

LOW SIDE PROTECTED SWITCH

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MC3392
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Rating
Input Voltage Range
Output Transient Breakdown Voltage – Forward
Output Transient Breakdown Voltage – Reverse
Short Circuit Current
Output Avalanche Energy (Note 1)
Minimum ESD Voltage Capability (Note 2)
Operating Junction Temperature
Internally Limited (Note 3)
Symbol
Vin
VBF
VBR
ISC
Emax
ESD
TJ
Value
– 0.5 to + 6.5
+ 60
– 80
2.2
60
2000
150
Unit
V
V
A
mJ
V
°C
Storage Temperature
Tstg – 65 to +150 °C
Operating Ambient Temperature Range
TA – 40 to +125 °C
Thermal Resistance (Notes 4, 5)
TO–220: Junction–to–Ambient
Junction–to–Case
SOP: Junction–to–Ambient
Junction–to–Case
RθJA
RθJC
RθJA
RθJC
°C/W
62.5
2.5
118
59
NOTES: 1. Capability for both positive and negative repetitive transient pulses.
2. ESD testing performed in accordance with Human Body Model (CZap = 100 pF, RZap = 1500 ).
3. This device incorporates internal circuit techniques which do not allow the internal junction
temperature to reach destructive temperatures.
4. The thermal resistance case is considered to be a point located near the center of the tab and
plastic body of the TO–220 or a point on one of the heatsink leads (Pins 9 to 16) of the SOP.
5. The SOP thermal information is based on simulation data.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Limit values are noted under conditions: – 40°C TA +125°C. Typical denotes calculated mean
value derived from 25°C parametric data, unless otherwise noted.)
Characteristics
Input Control Current
Vin = 1.0 V
Vin = 4.0 V
Vin = 5.0 V
Input Voltage High (On)
Input Voltage Low (Off)
Output Leakage Current
+VS = 28 V, RL = 0
Output Short Circuit Current
+VS = 14 V, RL = 0
Output On Voltage (Vin = 4.0 V, Note 6)
IO = 400 mA
IO = 800 mA
Output Clamp Voltage
IO = 100 mA
Reverse Leakage Current
Vout = –13 V
Fault Output Sink Saturation (ISink = 100 µA, Vin = 5.0 V)
Fault Output Off–State Leakage (VDS = 5.0 V)
Turn–On Time
10% to 90% of IO (400 mA Nominal)
Turn–Off Time
90% to 10% of IO (400 mA Nominal)
Propagation Delay Time
Input to Output (Turn–On/Turn–Off, 50%)
Figure
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max Unit
3 Iin
µA
– 0.2 10
– 230 350
– 260 500
7
VIH 4.0 2.0 –
V
VIL – 2.0 1.0
4 IL
µA
– 1.3 100
5 ISC
A
1.0 1.3 2.2
6 VOL
V
– 0.95 1.1
– 1.1 1.8
8 VOC
V
60 70 80
9 IBR
mA
– –10 – 30
10 VDS(sat) –
IDS(leak)
11 tr
12 tf
– td
0.3 0.4
V
0.6 100 µA
µA
3.3 20
9.7 25
3.0 10
NOTE: 6. IO is defined as the output sink current.
2 MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA


Part Number MC3392
Description LOW SIDE PROTECTED SWITCH
Maker Motorola
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