MP5505A

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7V, 4A, High-Efficiency Energy Storage and Management Unit for SSD Applications

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Product Description

MP5505A is a lossless energy storage and management unit targeted at solid-state and hard-disk drive applications. Its highly integrated input-current limit and energy storage and release management makes the system solution very compact. The internal input-current-limit block with dv/dt control prevents inrush current during system start-up; the bus voltage start-up slew rate is programmable. Also, it includes a power-on-reset function for hot-swapping. MPS?patented energy storage and release management control circuit minimizes the storage capacitor requirement. It pumps the input voltage to a higher storage voltage and releases the energy over a hold-up time to the system in the case of an input outage. The storage voltage and the release voltage are both programmable for different system applications. The MP5505A requires a minimal number of readily available, standard, external components and is available in a QFN-20 (3mm?mm) package.

Product Features

  • Wide 2.7V to 7V Operating Input Range
  • Input-Current Limiter with Integrated 60m? MOSFET
  • Up to 4.5A Input-Current Limit
  • Reverse-Current Protection
  • 6V Bus-Clamping Voltage
  • Power-On-Reset
  • Adjustable dv/dt Slew Rate for Bus Voltage Start-Up
  • Internal 30m? Disconnect Switch
  • Internal 70m? and 60m? Power Switches for Energy Storage and Release Management Circuits
  • Thermal Protection
  • EN and Power Good Indicators
  • Available in a QFN-20 (3mm?mm) Package

Parametrics

  • Vfb (V)0.79
  • Vin (min) (V)2.7
  • Vin (max) (V)7
  • Vs (max) (V)30
  • Vbus (max) (V)6
  • Irelease (A)5
  • Icharge (A)0.5
  • Iq (typ) (mA)2
  • Regulated Outputs1
  • Mps StatusActive
  • mps_Status2
  • GradeCatalog
  • PackageQFN-20 (3x4)
  • Step-Down Converter Current (A)4.5
  • Special FeaturesInput Current Limit, Power-On Reset, Reverse-Current Protection
  • SSExternal
  • PGYes