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New Analog Devices Multi-Output Regulators with Supervisory and Watchdog Timers Reduce Component Count, Increase Power Density and Reliability

January 23, 2012 Press Release

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January 23, 2012

NORWOOD, Mass.--( BUSINESS WIRE)-- Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is continuing to help industrial, medical and communications equipment designers improve power system performance by reducing board space with the introduction today of the ADP5041 and ADP5040 multi-output regulators. The regulators meet the increasing demand for greater power density by combining a high-efficiency, 3-MHz, 1.2-A buck regulator and two 300-mA LDOs (low dropout regulators) in a small 20-lead LFCSP package. Unlike discrete power solutions that require up to 14 components and 126 mm2 of board space, these highly integrated regulators provide a more integrated circuit solution using only nine components and 50 mm2 of board space, to increase performance and reliability and lower system cost. More About the ADP5041 and ADP5040 Multi-output Regulators

The ADP5041 and ADP5040 are ideal power management companions to mid-range FPGAs, microprocessor and DSP systems where core, IO and memory voltages are necessary. The ADP5041 regulator’s on-chip watchdog timer provides greater reliability by monitoring code execution integrity in processor-based systems and resetting the processor if it fails to strobe within a preset timeout period. The ADP5041 also features a high accuracy (±1.5% over temperature) reset generator that can be externally programmed to monitor low voltage power supply rails. A wide range of ordering options also is available to address multiple reset and watchdog timings.

The ADP5041 has a special circuit that detects a three-state condition when applied to the watchdog refresh input at the WDI pin typically controlled by a processor/DSP output port. When the processor sets this port in three-state mode, the watchdog refresh timer is disabled, preventing a watchdog reset to the processor. This feature is important when supporting processor/DSP sleep operation where the core is disabled and watchdog timer cannot be refreshed.

The ADP5040 and ADP5041 multi-output regulators reduce thermal dissipation by using high-efficiency switching regulators with up 96 percent buck power efficiency. For low-noise analog circuit applications, the LDOs maintain a power supply rejection greater than 60 dB for frequencies as high as 10 kHz while operating with a low headroom voltage. The ADP5041 and ADP5040 also provide a three-rail system power supply (1.2-A buck regulator and two 300-mA LDOs) with adjustable output voltages, which allows output voltages to be easily set using an external resistor divider network. The 3-MHz buck regulator switching frequency allows small ceramic inductors to be used to further reduce solution size and cost. These features allow the ADP5041 and ADP5040 to be easily and quickly modified for a variety of applications with short product design schedules such as portable medical and industrial devices.

ADP5041 andADP5040 Multi-output Regulator Key Features:
  • One 1.2-A buck regulator
    • Output voltage range = 0.8 V to 3.8 V
    • Current mode topology for excellent transient response
    • 3-MHz operating frequency
    • Peak efficiency up to 96 percent
    • Regulator total accuracy: ±3 percent
  • Two 300-mA LDOs
    • Output voltage range = 0.8 V to 4.75 V
    • Low input supply voltage from 1.7 V to 5.5 V
    • Stable with 2.2-μF ceramic output capacitors
    • High PSRR = 60-dB up to 10 kHz
    • Low output noise = 60 μV rms typical output noise at 1.2 V
    • Low dropout voltage = 150-mV at 300-mA load
Pricing and Availability

ADP5041 and ADP5040

The ADF4151 PLL synthesizer is well-suited to work with ADI’s ADL5801 and ADL5802 RF mixers and is complementary to the ADF4350 and ADF4351 PLL synthesizers. The ADF4196 works well with the ADL5375 modulator and is complementary to the ADF4193 PLL synthesizer.

ADI’s RF IC Portfolio Covers Entire RF Signal Chain

Using a unique combination of design skills, system understanding and process technologies, Analog Devices offers the broadest portfolio of RF ICs covering the entire RF signal chain from industry-leading high-performance RF function blocks to highly integrated short-range and 3G/4G single-chip transceiver solutions. The RF function blocks include PLL, integrated PLL/VCO and DDS synthesizers; TruPwr™ RMS power detectors and logarithmic amplifiers; variable gain amplifiers; power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers and other amplifiers; RF mixers and direct conversion modulator and demodulator products. These products are supported by a wide range of design resources to ease the development of RF systems, including free design tools, Circuits from the Lab™ reference circuits and the EngineerZone™ technical forums. For more information, visit http://www.analog.com/rf.

About Analog Devices

Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural pillars on which Analog Devices has built one of the longest standing, highest growth companies within the technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, Analog Devices serves over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic equipment. Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts, with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Analog Devices' common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “ADI” and is included in the S&P 500 Index.

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Howard Wisniowski

Date Posted  1/23/2012

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