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Data Sheet No. PD60166 Rev.

IR2136/IR21362/IR21363/IR21365/ IR21366/IR21367/IR21368 (J&S)


Features

3-PHASE BRIDGE DRIVER

Floating channel designed for bootstrap operation Packages Fully operational to +600V Tolerant to negative transient voltage - dV/dt immune Gate drive supply range from 10 to 20V (IR2136/IR21368), 11.5 to 20V (IR21362) or 12 to 20V (IR21363/IR21365/ IR21366/IR21367) Undervoltage lockout for all channels 28-Lead SOIC Over-current shutdown turns off all six drivers Independent 3 half-bridge drivers 28-Lead PDIP Matched propagation delay for all channels Cross-conduction prevention logic 44-Lead PLCC w/o 12 leads Lowside outputs out of phase with inputs. High side outputs out of phase (IR2136/IR21363/IR21365/ Feature Comparison: IR2136/IR21362/IR21363/ IR21366/IR21367/IR21368) or in phase IR21365/IR21366/IR21367/IR21368 (IR21362) with inputs. 3.3V logic compatible Part IR2136 IR21362 IR21363 IR21365 IR21366 IR21367 IR21368 Lower di/dt gate driver for Input Logic HIN, LIN HIN/LIN HIN, LIN HIN, LIN HIN, LIN HIN, LIN HIN,LIN better noise immunity 400ns Ton (typ.) 400ns 250ns 400ns 400ns 400ns 250ns Externally programmable Toff (typ.) 380ns 380ns 180ns 380ns 380ns 380ns 180ns delay for automatic fault VIH (typ.) 2.7V 2.0V 2.0V 2.7V 2.7V 2.7V 2.0V clear VIL (typ.) 1.7V 1.3V 1.3V 1.7V 1.7V 1.7V 1.3V
Vitrip+ 0.46V UV CC/BS+ 8.9V UV CC/BS- 8.2V 0.46V 10.4V 9.4V 0.46V 11.2V 11.0V 4.3V 11.2V 11.0V 0.46V 11.2V 11.0V 4.3V 11.2V 11.0V 4.3V 8.9V 8.2V

Description

The IR2136/IR21362/IR21363/IR21365/IR21366/IR21367/IR21368(J&S) are high votage, high speed power MOSFET and IGBT drivers with three independent high and low side referenced output channels for 3-phase applications. Proprietary HVIC technology enables ruggedized monolithic construction. Logic inputs are compatible with CMOS or LSTTL outputs, down to 3.3V logic. A current trip function which terminates all six outputs can be derived from an external current sense resistor. An enable function is available to terminate all six outputs simultaneously. An open-drain FAULT signal is provided to indicate that an overcurrent or undervoltage shutdown has occurred. Overcurrent fault conditions are cleared automatically after a delay programmed externally via an RC network connected to the RCIN input. The output drivers feature a high pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction. Propagation delays are matched to simplify use in high frequency applications. The floating channel can be used to drive N-channel power MOSFETs or IGBTs in the high side configuration which operates up to 600 volts.

Typical Connection
VCC HIN1,2,3 / HIN1,2,3 LIN1,2,3 FAULT VCC HIN1,2,3 / HIN1,2,3 LIN1,2,3 FAULT EN VB1,2,3 HO1,2,3 VS1,2,3

up to 600V

(Refer to Lead Assignments for correct pin configuration). This/These diagram(s) show electrical connections only. Please refer to our Application Notes and DesignTips for proper circuit board layout.

EN

RCIN ITRIP VSS LO1,2,3 COM

TO LOAD

IR2136(2)(3)(5)(6)(7)(8)
GND

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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Absolute maximum ratings indicate sustained limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. All voltage parameters are absolute voltages referenced to COM. The thermal resistance and power dissipation ratings are measured under board mounted and still air conditions.

Symbol
VS VBS VHO VCC VSS VLO1,2,3 VIN

Definition
High side offset voltage High side floating supply voltage High side floating output voltage Low side and logic fixed supply voltage Logic ground Low side output voltage Input voltage LIN,HIN,ITRIP, EN, RCIN

Min.
VB1,2,3 - 25 -0.3 VS1,2,3 - 0.3 -0.3 VCC - 25 -0.3 VSS - 0.3

Max.
VB1,2,3 + 0.3 625 VB1,2,3 + 0.3 25 VCC + 0.3 VCC + 0.3 lower of (VSS + 15) or VCC + 0.3) VCC + 0.3 50 1.5 1.6 2.0 83 78 63 150 150 300

Units

VFLT dV/dt PD

FAULT output voltage Allowable offset voltage slew rate Package power dissipation @ TA +25C

RthJA

Thermal resistance, junction to ambient

(28 lead PDIP) (28 lead SOIC) ( 44leadPLCC) (28 lead PDIP) (28 lead SOIC) (44 lead PLCC)

TJ TS TL

Junction temperature Storage temperature Lead temperature (soldering, 10 seconds)

VSS - 0.3 -55

V/ns W

C/W

Recommended Operating Conditions


The Input/Output logic timing diagram is shown in figure 1. For proper operation the device should be used within the recommended conditions. All voltage parameters are absolute referenced to COM. The VS offset rating is tested with all supplies biased at 15V differential.

Symbol
VB1,2,3

Definition
High side floating supply voltage IR2136(8) IR21362 IR2136(3)(5)(6)(7)

Min.

Max.

Units

VS1,2,3 VHO1,2,3 VLO1,2,3 VCC

High side floating supply offset voltage High side output voltage Low side output voltage Low side and logic fixed supply voltage

IR2136(8) IR21362 IR2136(3)(5)(6)(7)

VSS VFLT VRCIN

Logic ground FAULT output voltage RCIN input voltage

VS1,2,3 +10 VS1,2,3 +20 VS1,2,3 +11.5 VS1,2,3 +20 VS1,2,3 +12 VS1,2,3 +20 Note 1 600 VS1,2,3 VB1,2,3 0 VCC 10 20 11.5 20 12 20 -5 5 VSS VCC VSS VCC

Note 1: Logic operational for VS of COM -5V to COM +600V. Logic state held for VS of COM -5V to COM -VBS. (Please refer to the Design Tip DT97-3 for more details). Note 2: All input pins (HIN-, HIN, LIN-, EN and ITRIP) are internally clamped with a 5.2V zener diode.

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Recommended Operating Conditions cont.
The Input/Output logic timing diagram is shown in figure 1. For proper operation the device should be used within the recommended conditions. All voltage parameters are absolute referenced to COM. The VS offset rating is tested with all supplies biased at 15V differential.

Symbol
VITRIP VIN TA

Definition
ITRIP input voltage Logic input voltage LIN , HIN (IR2136,IR21363(5)(6)(7)(8)), HIN(IR21362), EN Ambient temperature

Min.
VSS VSS -40

Max.
VSS +5 VSS +5 125

Units
V
o

Note 2: All input pins (HIN-, HIN, LIN-, EN and ITRIP) are internally clamped with a 5.2V zener diode.

Static Electrical Characteristics


VBIAS (VCC, VBS 1,2,3) = 15V unless otherwise specified. The VIN, VTH and IIN parameters are referenced to VSS and are applicable to all six channels (HS1,2,3 and L S1,2,3). The VO and IO parameters are referenced to COM and VS1,2,3 and are applicable to the respective output leads: HO1,2,3 and LO1,2,3.

Symbol
VIH

Definition
Logic 0 input voltage LIN1,2,3, HIN1,2,3 IR2136(3)(5) Logic 1 input voltage HIN1,2,3 IR21362 Logic 0 input voltage LIN1,2,3, HIN1,2,3 IR21366(7)(8) Logic 1 input voltage LIN1,2,3, HIN1,2,3 IR2136(3)(5) Logic 0 input voltage HIN1,2,3 IR21362 Logic 0 input voltage LIN1,2,3, HIN1,2,3 IR21366(7)(8) EN positive going threshold EN negative going threshold ITRIP positive going threshold IR2136(2)(3)(6) IR21365(7)(8) ITRIP input hysteresis IR2136(2)(3)(6) IR21365(7)(8) RCIN positive going threshold RCIN input hysteresis High level output voltage, VBIAS - VO Low level output voltage, VO VCC and VBS supply undervoltage IR2136(8) positive going threshold IR21362 IR21363(5)(6)(7)

Min. Typ. Max. Units Test Conditions


3.0

2.5

0.8

VIL

VEN,TH+ VEN,THVIT,TH+

0.8 0.37 3.85 8.0 9.6 10.6

0.46 4.30 0.07 .15 8 3 0.9 0.4 8.9 10.4 11.1

0.8 3 0.55 4.75 1.4 0.6 9.8 11.2 11.6

VIT,HYS

VRCIN,TH+ VRCIN,HYS VOH VOL VCCUV+ VBSUV+

IO = 20 mA IO = 20 mA

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Static Electrical Characteristics cont.


VBIAS (VCC, VBS1,2,3) = 15V unless otherwise specified. The VIN, VTH and IIN parameters are referenced to VSS and are applicable to all six channels (HS1,2,3 and LS1,2,3). The VO and IO parameters are referenced to COM and VS1,2,3 and are applicable to the respective output leads: HO1,2,3 and LO1,2,3.

Symbol
VCCUVVBSUVVCCUVH VBSUVH ILK IQBS IQCC VIN, CLAMP ILIN+ ILINIHIN+

Definition
VCC and VBS supply undervoltage negative going threshold IR2136(8) IR21362 IR21363(5)(6)(7) VCC and VBS supply undervoltage IR2136 lockout hysteresis IR21362 IR21363(5) Offset supply leakage current Quiescent VBS supply current Quiescent VCC supply current
Input clamp voltage (HIN, LIN, ITRIP and EN)

Min. Typ. Max. Units Test Conditions


7.4 8.6 10.4 0.3 0.5 4.9 120 250 8.2 9.4 10.9 0.7 1.0 0.2 70 1.6 5.2 200 30 100 0 200 30 30 100 0 30 0 30 0 0 200 350 50 50 9.0 10.2 11.4 50 120 2.3 5.5 300 100 220 1 300 100 100 220 1 100 1 100 1 1 100 100 mA VITRIP = 5V VITRIP = 0V VENABLE= 5V VENABLE = 0V VRCIN = 0V or 15V VO=0V, PW 10 s VO=15V, PW 10 s A VHIN = 0V VHIN = 5V VLIN = 0V

A mA V

VB1,2,3=VS1,2,3=600V

Input bias current (LOUT = HI) Input bias current (LOUT = LO) Input bias current (HOUT = HI)

IR2136(2)(3)(5) IR21366(7)(8) IR2136(2)(3)(5) IR21366(7)(8) IR2136(3)(5) IR21362 IR21366(7)(8) IR2136(3)(5) IR21362(6)(7)(8)

VIN = 0V or 5V IIN =100A VLIN = 5V

IHINIITRIP+ IITRIPIEN+ IENIRCIN IO+ IORON,RCIN RON,FLT

Input bias current (HOUT = LO) high ITRIP input bias current low ITRIP input bias current high ENABLE input bias current low ENABLE input bias current RCIN input bias current

Output high short circuit pulsed current Output low short circuit pulsed current RCIN low on resistance FAULT low on resistance

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Dynamic Electrical Characteristics


VCC = VBS = VBIAS = 15V, VS1,2,3 = VSS = COM, TA = 25oC and CL = 1000 pF unless otherwise specified.

Symbol
ton toff tr tf tEN tITRIP tbl tFLT tFILIN tFLTCLR DT MT MDT PM

Definition
Turn-on propagation delay Turn-off propagation delay Turn-on rise time Turn-off fall time ENABLE low to output shutdown propagation delay ITRIP blanking time ITRIP to FAULT propagation delay Input filter time (HIN, LIN, EN) (IR2136(2)(3)(5)(8) only) FAULT clear time RCIN: R=2meg, C=1nF Deadtime Matching delay ON and OFF Matching delay, max (ton,toff) - min (ton,toff), (ton,toff are applicable to all 3 channels) Output pulse width matching, PWin -PWout (fig.2) IR2136(2)(3)(5)(8) IR21366(7) IR2136(2)(3)(5)(8) IR21366(7) IR2136(2)(3)(5)(8) IR21366(7)

Min.
300 250 300 100 500 100 400 100 1.3 220

Typ.
425 250 400 180 125 50 450 250 750 150 600 200 1.65 290 40 25 40

Max. Units Test Conditions


550 550 190 75 600 400 1000 800 2 360 75 70 75 nS mS nS VIN, VEN = 0V or 5V VITRIP = 5V VIN = 0V or 5V VITRIP = 5V VIN = 0V or 5V VITRIP = 5V VIN = 0 & 5V VIN = 0V or 5V VITRIP = 0V VIN = 0 & 5V External dead time >400nsec VIN = 0 & 5V

ITRIP to output shutdown propagation delay

NOTE: For high side PWM, HIN pulse width must be 1sec

VCC <UVCC 15V 15V 15V 15V

VBS X <UVBS 15V 15V 15V

ITRIP X 0V 0V >VITRIP 0V

ENABLE X 5V 5V 5V 0V

FAULT 0 (note 1) high imp high imp 0 (note 2) high imp

LO1,2,3 0 LIN1,2,3 LIN1,2,3 0 0

HO1,2,3 0 0 HIN1,2,3 0 0

Note: A shoot-through prevention logic prevents LO1,2,3 and HO1,2,3 for each channel from turning on simultaneously. Note 1: UVCC is not latched, when VCC>UVCC, FAULT returns to high impedance. Note 2: When ITRIP <VITRIP, FAULT returns to high-impedance after RCIN pin becomes greater than 8V (@ VCC = 15V)

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Functional Block Diagram


IR2136/21363/21365
DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER HV LEVEL SHIFTER SET RESET LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HIN1 LIN1

INPUT NOISE FILTER INPUT NOISE FILTER

VB1 HO1 VS1 VB2

HIN2 LIN2

INPUT NOISE FILTER INPUT NOISE FILTER

DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

HV LEVEL SHIFTER

SET RESET

LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HO2 VS2 VB3

HIN3 LIN3 VSS

INPUT NOISE FILTER INPUT NOISE FILTER

DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

HV LEVEL SHIFTER

SET RESET

LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HO3 VS3 VCC

EN

INPUT NOISE FILTER

UV DETECT

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

DELAY

DRIVER

LO1

ITRIP

INPUT NOISE FILTER S Q SET R DOMINANT LATCH VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER DELAY DRIVER

0.5V

LO2

RCIN

FAULT

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

DELAY

DRIVER

LO3 COM

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Functional Block Diagram

HIN1 LIN1

INPUT NOISE FILTER INPUT NOISE FILTER

IR21362
DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER HV LEVEL SHIFTER SET RESET LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

VB1 HO1 VS1 VB2

HIN2 LIN2

INPUT NOISE FILTER INPUT NOISE FILTER

DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

HV LEVEL SHIFTER

SET RESET

LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HO2 VS2 VB3

HIN3 LIN3 VSS

INPUT NOISE FILTER INPUT NOISE FILTER

DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

HV LEVEL SHIFTER

SET RESET

LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HO3 VS3 VCC

EN

INPUT NOISE FILTER

UV DETECT

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

DELAY

DRIVER

LO1

ITRIP

INPUT NOISE FILTER S R SET DOMINANT LATCH Q VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER DELAY DRIVER

0.5V

LO2

RCIN

FAULT

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

DELAY

DRIVER

LO3 COM

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Functional Black Diagram

IR21366/IR21367/IR21368
HIN1 LIN1
DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER HV LEVEL SHIFTER SET RESET LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

VB1 HO1 VS1 VB2

HIN2 LIN2

DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

HV LEVEL SHIFTER

SET RESET

LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HO2 VS2 VB3

HIN3 LIN3 VSS

DEADTIME & SHOOT-THROUGH PREVENTION

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

HV LEVEL SHIFTER

SET RESET

LATCH DRIVER UV DETECT

HO3 VS3 VCC

EN

INPUT NOISE FILTER

UV DETECT

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

DELAY

DRIVER

LO1

ITRIP

INPUT NOISE FILTER S Q SET R DOMINANT LATCH VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER DELAY DRIVER

LO2

RCIN

FAULT

VSS/COM LEVEL SHIFTER

DELAY

DRIVER

LO3 COM

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Lead Definitions
Symbol Description
VCC VSS Low side and logic fixed supply Logic Ground

HIN1,2,3 Logic inputs for high side gate driver outputs (HO1,2,3), out of phase (IR2136/IR21363(5)(6)(7)(8) HIN1,2,3 Logic inputs for high side gate driver outputs (HO1,2,3), in phase (IR21362) LIN1,2,3 FAULT EN ITRIP Logic inputs for low side gate driver outputs (LO1,2,3), out of phase Indicates over-current (ITRIP) or low-side undervoltage lockout has occured. Negative logic, open-drain output Logic input to enable I/O functionality. Positive logic, i.e. I/O logic functions when ENABLE is high. No effect on FAULT and not latched Analog input for overcurrent shutdown. When active, ITRIP shuts down outputs and activates FAULT and RCIN low. When ITRIP becomes inactive, FAULT stays active low for an externally set time TFLTCLR, then automatically becomes inactive (open-drain high impedance). External RC network input used to define FAULT CLEAR delay, TFLTCLR, approximately equal to R*C. When RCIN>8V, the FAULT pin goes back into open-drain high-impedance Low side gate driver return High side floating supply High side gate driver outputs High voltage floating supply returns Low side gate driver output

RCIN COM VB1,2,3 HO1,2,3 VS1,2,3 LO1,2,3

Note 2: All input pins (HIN-, HIN, LIN-, EN and ITRIP) are internally clamped with a 5.2V zener diode.

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Lead Assignments
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

VCC HIN1 HIN2 HIN3 LIN1 LIN2 LIN3 FAULT ITRIP EN RCIN VSS COM LO3

VB1 28 HO1 27
HIN3 HIN2 HIN1 VCC HO1 VB1

1 2 VS1 3 4
7

VCC HIN1 HIN2 HIN3 LIN1 LIN2 LIN3 FAULT ITRIP

VB1 28 HO1 27 VS1 26


25

VS1 26
25

43

42

41

VB2 24 HO2 23

LIN1 LIN2 LIN3

8 9 10 11 37 36 35

5 VB2 HO2 VS2 6 7 8 9

VB2 24 HO2 23

IR2136

VS2 22
21

IR2136

VS2 22
21

VB3 20 HO3 19 VS3 18


17

FAULT

12 13

IR2136 44 LEAD PLCC w/o 12 LEADS

VB3 20 HO3 19 VS3 18


17

ITRIP

14 15 31 30 29 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

10 EN VB3 HO3 VS3 11 RCIN 12 VSS 13 COM 14 LO3

EN RCIN

16 17

LO1 16 LO2 15

LO1 16 LO2 15

COM

LO2

28 Lead PDIP

44 Lead PLCC w/o 12 leads

VSS

LO3

LO1

28 lead SOIC (wide body)

IR2136/IR21363(5)(6)(7)(8)

IR2136/IR21363(5)(6)(7)(8) (J)

IR2136/IR21363(5)(6)(7)(8) (S)

HIN3

HIN2

HIN1

VCC

HO1

VB1

VS1

1 2 3 4
37 36 35

VCC HIN1 HIN2 HIN3 LIN1 LIN2 LIN3 FAULT ITRIP

VB1 28 HO1 27 VS1 26


25

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

VCC HIN1 HIN2 HIN3 LIN1 LIN2 LIN3 FAULT ITRIP

VB1 28 HO1 27 VS1 26


25
7

43

42

41

LIN1 LIN2 LIN3

8 9 10 11

VB2 24 HO2 23

VB2 HO2 VS2

5 6 7 8 9

VB2 24 HO2 23 VS2 22


21

VS2 22
FAULT
21
13 12

VB3 20 HO3 19 VS3 18


17

VB3 20
ITRIP
14 15 31 30 29 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

10 EN

10 EN 11 RCIN 12 VSS 13 COM 14 LO3

HO3 19
VB3 HO3 VS3
11 RCIN 12 VSS 13 COM 14 LO3

VS3 18
EN
17
16 17

RCIN

LO1 16 LO2 15

LO1 16
LO2 VSS COM LO1 LO3

LO2 15

28 Lead PDIP

44 Lead PLCC w/o 12 leads

28 lead SOIC (wide body)

IR21362

IR21362J

IR21362S

10

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HIN1,2,3

HIN1,2,3

LIN1,2,3

EN

ITRIP

FAULT

RCIN

HO1,2,3

LO1,2,3

Figure 1. Input/Output Timing Diagram

LIN1,2,3 HIN1,2,3

50%

50%

50%

EN
PW IN

ten

LIN1,2,3 HIN1,2,3

50%

50%

HO1,2,3
ton tr PW OUT toff tf

90%

LO1,2,3

HO1,2,3 LO1,2,3

90%

90%

10%

10%

Figure 2. Switching Time Waveforms

Figure 3. Output Enable Timing Waveform

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LIN1,2,3 HIN1,2,3

50%

50%

LIN1,2,3 HIN1,2,3

50%

50%

LO1,2,3
DT

50%

50%

DT

HO1,2,3

50%

50%

Figure 4. Internal Deadtime Timing Waveforms

Vrcin,th+ RCIN

ITRIP

50%

50%

FAULT

tflt

50%

50%

90%

tfltclr

Any output

titrip

Figure 5. ITRIP/RCIN Timing Waveforms

HIN/LIN

on off high

on

off

on off

HO/LO

low
Figure 5.5 Input Filter Function

12

t in,fil

t in,fil

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1000 Turn-on Propagation Delay (ns) 800 600


M ax.

1000 Turn-on Propagation Delay (ns)

800
M ax. Typ.

600

400 200 0

Typ. Mi n.

400

Mi n.

200

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

10

12

14

16

18

20

Temperature ( C)

Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 6A. Turn-on Propagation Delay vs. Temperature

Figure 6B. Turn-on Propagation Delay vs. Supply Voltage

1000

1000 Turn-off Propagation Delay (ns) 800 600


M ax.

Turn-on Propagation Delay (ns)

800

600

M ax.

Typ.

400
Mi n.

400 200 0

Typ. Mi n.

200

0 3 3.5 4 Input Voltage (V) 4.5 5

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 6C. Turn-on Propagation Delay vs. Input Voltage

Figure 7A. Turn-off Propagation Delay vs. Temperature

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1000 Turn-off Propagation Delay (ns) Turn-off Propagation Delay (ns)

1000

800
M ax.

800
M ax.

600
Typ.

600
Typ.

400
Mi n.

400
Mi n.

200

200

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 3 3.5 4 Input Voltage (V) 4.5 5

Figure 7B. Turn-off Propagation Delay vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 7C. Turn-off Propagation Delay vs. Input Voltage

400

400

Turn-on Rise Time (ns)

Turn-on Rise Time (ns)

300

300
M ax.

200
M ax.

200
Typ.

100
Typ.

100

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

0 75 100 125 10 12 14 16 18 20 Temperature ( C) Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 8A. Turn-on Rise Time vs. Temperature

Figure 8B. Turn-on Rise Time vs. Supply Voltage

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200

200

Turn-off Fall Time (ns)

100
M ax.

Turn-off Fall Time (ns)

150

150

100

M ax.

Typ.

50
Typ.

50

0 -50 -25 0 25 50 75 100 125 Temperature (oC)

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 9A. Turn-off Fall Time vs. Temperature

Figure 9B. Turn-off Fall Time vs. Supply Voltage

1000 EN to Output Shutdown Time (ns)


EN to Output Shutdown Time (ns)

1000

800

800
M ax.

600

M ax. Typ.

600
Typ.

400

400

Mi n.

Mi n.

200

200

0 -50 -25 0 25 50 75 100 125 Temperature (oC)

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 10A. EN to Output Shutdown Time vs. Temperature

Figure 10B. EN to Output Shutdown Time vs. Supply Voltage

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1000

1500 ITRIP to Output Shutdown Time (ns) 1200


M ax.

EN to Output Shutdown Time (ns)

800
M ax. Typ.

600

900
Typ.

400
Mi n.

600
Mi n.

200

300 0 -50 -25 0 25 50


o

0 3 3.5 4 EN Voltage (V) 4.5 5

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 10C. EN to Output Shutdown Time vs. EN Voltage

Figure 11A. ITRIP to Output Shutdown Time vs. Temperature

ITRIP to Output Shutdown Time (ns)

ITRIP to FAULT Indication Time (ns)

1500 1200
M ax.

1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 -50 -25 0 25 50


o

M ax.

900 600 300 0

Typ.

Typ.

Mi n.

Mi n.

10

12

14

16

18

20

75

100

125

Supply Voltage (V)

Temperature ( C)

Figure 11B. ITRIP to Output Shutdown Time vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 12A. ITRIP to FAULT Indication Time vs. Temperature

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1200 1000 Fault Indication Time (ns)


M ax.

3.0 2.5
M ax.

800
Typ.

FAULT Clear Time (ms)

2.0
Typ.

600
Mi n.

1.5 1.0 0.5

400 200 0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

Mi n.

-50

-25

25

50

75

100

125

Temperature (oC)

Figure 12B. ITRIP to FAULT Indication Time vs. Supply Voltage

Fig13A. FAULT Clear Time vs. Temperature

3.0

600 500 Dead Time (ns) 400


M ax.

2.5 Fault Clear Time (ms)


M ax. Typ.

2.0

300 200 100 0

Typ. Mi n.

1.5
Mi n.

1.0

0.5 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 13B. FAULT Clear Time vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 14A. Dead Time vs. Temperature

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600

6 Logic "0" Input Threshold (V) 5 4


M ax.

500
M ax.

Dead Time (ns)

400
Typ.

300 200 100 0

Mi n.

3 2 1 0

10

12

14

16

18

20

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Supply Voltage (V)

Temperature ( C)

Figure 14B. Dead Time Time vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 15A. Logic "0" Input Threshold vs. Temperature

6 5 4 3 2 1 0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)


M ax.

6 Logic "1" Input Threshold (V) 5 4 3 2 1 0 -50 -25 0 25 50


o

Logic "0" Input Threshold (V)

Mi n.

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 15B. Logic "0" Input Threshold vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 16A. Logic "1" Input Threshold vs. Temperature

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ITRIP Positive Going Threshold (mV

6 5 4 3 2 1 0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)


Mi n.

800 700 600 500 400 300 200 -50

Logic "1" Input Threshold (V)

M ax. Typ.

Mi n.

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 16B. Logic "1" Input Threshold vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 17A. ITRIP Positive Going Threshold vs. Temperature (IR2136/21362/21363/IR21366 Only)

ITRIP Positive Going Threshold (mV

700 600 500 400 300 200 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)


M ax. Typ. Mi n.

ITRIP Positive Going Threshold (V

800

5.5 5.0
M ax.

4.5
Typ.

4.0 3.5

Mi n.

3.0 -50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 17B. ITRIP Positive Going Threshold vs. Supply Voltage (IR2136/21362/21363/IR21366 Only)

Figure 17C. ITRIP Positive Going Threshold vs. Temperature (IR21365/IR21367/IR21368 Only)

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5.5 ITRIP Positive Going Threshold (V High Level Output Voltage (V) 5.0
M ax.

3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5


M ax.

4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 12

Typ.

Mi n.

1.0
Typ.

0.5 0.0

14

16 Supply Voltage (V)

18

20

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 17D. ITRIP Positive Going Threshold vs. Supply Voltage (IR21365/IR21367/IR21368 Only)

Figure 18A. High Level Output vs. Temperature

3.0 High Level Output Voltage (V) 2.5 2.0


M ax.

1.2 Low Level Output Voltage (V) 1.0 0.8 0.6


M ax.

1.5
Typ.

1.0 0.5 0.0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0.4 0.2 0.0 -50 -25 0 25 50


o

Typ.

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 18B. High Level Output vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 19A. Low Level Output vs. Temperature

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V CC or V BS Undervoltage Lockout (+) (V

1. 2

12 11 10 9 8 7 -50
M ax.

Low Level Output Voltage (V)

1. 0 0. 8
M ax.

0. 6 0. 4 0. 2 0. 0 10 12 14 16 18 20

Typ.

Typ.

Mi n.

-25

25

50

75

100

125

Supply Voltage (V) Figure 19B. Low Level Output vs. Supply Voltage

Temperature (oC) Figure 20. VCC or VBS Undervoltage (+) vs. Temperature (IR2136/IR21368 Only)

V CC or V BS Undervoltage Lockout (-) (V)

VCC or VBS Undervoltage Lockout (+) (V)

11 10 9 8
Mi n. M ax.

13 12
M ax.

11
Typ.

Typ.

10
Mi n.

7 6 -50

9 8 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

-25

25

50

75

100

125

75

100

125

Temperature (oC)

Temperature ( C)

Figure 21. VCC or VBS Undervoltage (-) vs. Temperature (IR2136/IR21368 Only)

Figure 22. VCC or VBS Undervoltage (+) vs. Temperature (IR21362 Only)

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V CC or V BS Undervoltage Lockout (+) (V)

VCC or V BS Undervoltage Lockout (-) (V)

12

13

11
M ax.

12
M ax.

10
Typ.

9
Mi n.

11

Typ.

Mi n.

7 -50 -25 0 25 50 75 100 125 Temperature (oC)

10 -50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 23. VCC or VBS Undervoltage (-) vs. Temperature (IR21362 Only)

Figure 24. V CC or V BS Undervoltage (+) vs. Temperature (IR21363/21365/IR21366/IR21367 Only)

V CC or V BS Undervoltage Lockout (-) (V)

Offset Supply Leakage Current ( A)

13 12
M ax.

500 400 300 200 100


M ax.

11 10

Typ. Mi n.

9 -50

-25

25

50

75

100

125

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( oC)

Temperature ( C)

Figure 25. V CC or V BS Undervoltage (-) vs. Temperature (IR21363/21365/IR21366/IR21367 Only)

Figure 26A. Offset Supply Leakage Current vs. Temperature

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500 Offset Supply Leakage Current ( A)

250 200 150 100 50 0


200 300 400 500 600
M ax.

300

200

100
M ax.

VBS Supply Current (A)

400

Typ.

0 100

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

V B Boost Voltage (V)

Temperature ( C)

Figure 26B. Offset Supply Leakage Current vs. VB Boost Voltage

Figure 27A. VBS Supply Current vs. Temperature

250

5 VCC Supply Current (mA) 4 3 2 1 0


10 12 14 16 18 20

VBS Supply Current ( A)

200

150

100

M ax.

M ax.

50
Typ.

Typ.

0 VBS Floating Supply Voltage (V)

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 27B. VBS Supply Current vs. VBS Floating Supply Voltage

Figure 28A. VCC Supply Current vs. Temperature

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800 Logic "1" Input Current ( A)

VCC Supply Current (mA)

600

400

M ax.

200

M ax.

Typ.

Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 28B. VCC Supply Current vs. VCC Supply Voltage

Figure 29A. Logic "1" Input Current vs. Temperature (IR2136/21363/21365 and IR21362 Low Side Only)

800

300 Logic "1" Input Current ( A) 250 200 150 100 50 0


10 12 14 16 18 20
M ax.

Logic "1" Input Current ( A)

600

400

M ax.

200
Typ.

Typ.

0 Supply Voltage (V)

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 29B. Logic "1" Input Current vs. Supply Voltage (IR2136/21363/21365 and IR21362 Low Side Only)

Figure 29C. Logic "1" Input Current vs. Temperature (IR21362 High Side Only)

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300

600 Logic "0" Input Current ( A) 500 400 300 200


M ax.

Logic "1" Input Current ( A)

250 200 150


M ax.

100 50 0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

Typ.

100
Typ.

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 29D. Logic "1" Input Current vs. Supply Voltage (IR21362 High Side Only)

Figure 30A. Logic "0" Input Current vs. Temperature (IR2136/21363/21365 and IR21362 Low Side Only)

600 Logic "0" Input Current ( A)


Logic "0" Input Current ( A)

500 400 300 200


M ax.

M ax.

100 0 10
Typ.

Typ.

12

14

16

18

20

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Supply Voltage (V) Figure 30B. Logic "0" Input Current vs. Supply Voltage (IR2136/21363/21365 and IR21362 Low Side Only)

Temperature ( C)

Figure 30C. Logic "0" Input Current vs. Temperature (IR21362 High Side Only)

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250 "High" ITRIP Current ( A) 200 150 100 50


Typ.

Logic "0" Input Current ( A)

M ax.

M ax.

Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 30D. Logic "0" Input Current vs. Supply Voltage (IR21362 High Side Only)

Figure 31A. "High" ITRIP Current vs. Temperature

250

4 "Low" ITRIP Current (A)

"High" ITRIP Current ( A)

200

150
M ax.

2
M ax.

100

50

1
Typ.

Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 31B. "High" ITRIP Current vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 32A. "Low" ITRIP Current vs. Temperature

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200

"Low" ITRIP Current ( A)

"High" IEN Current (A)

150

100

M ax.

M ax.

50
Typ.

Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Supply Voltage (V) Figure 32B. "Low" ITRIP Current vs. Supply Voltage

Temperature ( C)

Figure 33A. "High" IEN Current vs. Temperature

250

"Low" IEN Current ( A)

"High" IEN Current ( A)

200

150
M ax.

100

M ax.

50

Typ. Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 -50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 33B. "High" IEN Current vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 34A. "Low" IEN Current vs. Temperature

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4
RCIN Input Bias Current ( A)

"Low" IEN Current ( A)

M ax.

M ax.

Typ.

10

12

14

16

18

20

0 -50

Typ.

-25

25

50

75

100

125

Supply Voltage (V)

Temperature (oC)

Figure 34B. "Low" IEN Current vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 35A. RCIN Input Bias Current vs. Temperature

Figure 34B. Low IEN Current vs. Supply Voltage


4

400 Output Source Current (mA)

RCIN Input Bias Current ( A)

300
Typ.

200
Mi n.

M ax.

100

Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 35B. RCIN Input Bias Current vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 36A. Output Source Current vs. Temperature

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500

500 Output Sink Current (mA) 400 300


Mi n.

Output Source Current (mA)

400

Typ.

300

200
Typ.

200 100 0

100
Mi n.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

-50

-25

25

50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 36B. Output Source Current vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 37A. Output Sink Current vs. Temperature

600 500 Output Sink Current (mA) 400 300


Typ.

250 RCIN Low On-resistance ( ) 200 150 100


M ax.

200 100 0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)


Mi n.

50
Typ.

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 37B. Output Sink Current vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 38A. RCIN Low On-resistance vs. Temperature

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250

250 FAULT Low On-resistance ( ) 200 150 100


M ax.

RCIN Low On-resistance ( )

200

150
M ax.

100
Typ.

50

50
Typ.

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

0 -50 -25 0 25 50
o

75

100

125

Temperature ( C)

Figure 38B. RCIN Low On-resistance vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 39A. FAULT Low On-resistance vs. Temperature

250 )

0 VS Offset Supply Voltage (V)

FAULT Low On-resistance (

200

-3

Typ.

150
M ax.

-6

100
Typ.

-9

50

-12

0 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

-15 10 12 14 16 18 20 Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 39B. FAULT Low On-resistance vs. Supply Voltage

Figure 40. Maximum VS Negative Offset vs. VBS Supply Voltage

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120 Junction Temperature oC) ( 100 80 60 40 20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100


300V 200V 100V 0V

120

o Junction Temperature ( C)

100

80

60
300V 200V 100 V 0V

40

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

Figure 41. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC20W), Rgate=33, Vcc=15V

Figure 42. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC30W), Rgate=15, Vcc=15V

120

120

o Junction Temperature ( C)

80

o Junction Temperature ( C)

100

100

80
300V

60
300V 200V 100 0V V

60

200V 100 V 0V

40

40

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

Figure 43. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC40W), Rgate=10, Vcc=15V

Figure 44. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) vs. Frequency (IRG4PC50W), Rgate=5, Vcc=15V

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120

120

o Junction Temperature ( C)

80

Junction Temperature (oC)

100

100

80

60

60
300V 200V 100V 0V

40

300V 200V 100V 0V

40

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

Figure 45. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (J) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC20W), Rgate=33, Vcc=15V

Figure 46. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (J) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC30W), Rgate=15, Vcc=15V

120

120

o Junction Temperature ( C)

o Junction Temperature ( C)

100

100

80

80

60
300V 200V 100V 0V

60

300V 200V 100V 0V

40

40

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

Figure 47. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (J) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC40W), Rgate=10, Vcc=15V

Figure 48. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (J) vs. Frequency (IRG4PC50W), Rgate=5, Vcc=15V

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120

120

o Junction Temperature ( C)

80

Junction Temperature (oC)

100

100

80

60

60
300V

40

300V 200V 100 V 0V

40

200V 100 0V V

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

Figure 49. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (S) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC20W), Rgate=33, Vcc=15V

Figure 50. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (S) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC30W), Rgate=15, Vcc=15V

120

120
300V

Junction Temperature (oC)

Junction Temperature ( oC)

100

100
200V

80

80
100 V

60
300V 200V 100 V 0V

60
0V

40

40

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

20 0.1 1 10 Frequency (KHz) 100

Figure 51. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (S) vs. Frequency (IRG4BC40W), Rgate=10, Vcc=15V

Figure 52. IR2136/IR21362(3)(5)(6)(7)(8) (S) vs. Frequency (IRG4PC50W), Rgate=5, Vcc=15V

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Case outlines

28-Lead PDIP (wide body)

01-6011 01-3024 02 (MS-011AB)

28-Lead SOIC (wide body)


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01-6013 01-3040 02 (MS-013AE)

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NOTES

44-Lead PLCC w/o 12 leads

01-6009 00 01-3004 02(mod.) (MS-018AC)

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