HUGD-50

Hi-Rel Grade, DC/DC Hold Up, 50 W

General Characteristics

  • Additional functions : monitoring signals, programmable charging current limitation, programmable power fail threshold
  • Charger switching frequency : 200
  • Galvanic isolation input/output : non isolated
  • Power range : from 4 W to 50 W
  • Protections : reverse polarity
  • Leaded on option

Key Features

  • Compatible with 9-36 or 16-40 Vdc converters
  • Dedicated to DO-160, MIL-704
  • Reduce capacitance value by 80%
  • Unique product for hold-up solutions

Series Description
The GAIA Converter Hold up device HUGD-50 provides a state-of-the-art solution to the problem of maintaining electronic system in operation during input bus drop-out for enough time. Usually this approach uses very large capacitors because they are only charged at the voltage at which power fails. The GAIA Converter HUGD-50 module provides an alternative solution to reduce the amount of capacitance needed by charging the hold up capacitor at a high voltage (typically 38V) while limiting the input current. 
The HUGD-50 must be connected between the line source and DC/DC modules. If an EMI filter and /or a pre-regulator are used, the HUGD-50 is connected between them and the converters. Basically the HUGD-50 charges the external capacitor to 38V while powering the DC/DC converters. If the power fails, the HUGD-50 generates a signal and the converters are powered from the external capacitor. The HUGD-50 can be used either with 16-40 V or 9-36 V input voltage DC/DC converters since the "power fail voltage" is externally adjustable by the user between 8.8 V and 15.3 V. 
The HUGD-50 features 3 modes of operations: 
- Charging operation mode : when the input voltage ramps-up and reaches the start-up charge threshold (which is set at 1 Vdc above the "power fail voltage"), the HUGD-50 begins to charge the external capacitor at 38 Vdc while powering the dc/dc converter. The charging current is controlled and externally adjustable between 100 mA and 2 A by a resistor. The capacitor charging time depends on the charging current. When the capacitor voltage reaches 35 V, the signal (active low, open-drain) "capacitor charged" is activated and the HUGD-50 enters in the normal operation mode. 
- Normal operation mode : in normal operation mode when the capacitor is charged and the input bus is between the "output power fail" and 40 Vdc, the HUGD-50 only consumes power to keep the capacitor charged (i.e.less than 1 W). The voltage drop between input and output is lower than 150 mV in the worst case (50W power and 9 Vdc input voltage) The HUGD-50 will operate indefinitely in this state until the input voltage drops below the "power fail voltage" threshold. 
- Power fail mode : when the input voltage drops below the "power fail voltage" threshold, a "power fail" signal is activated and the HUGD-50 disconnects input from output and connects the hold-up capacitor to the output. At this point the DC/DC converters are powered by the capacitor. When its voltage finally discharges to a value slightly above the "power fail voltage" threshold value, a "capacitor discharged" flag is activated.
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Product Selection

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Reference Status Output power Input voltage Max. transient input voltage Output current Case dimensions Standard electrical functions Adj. hold-up capa final voltage Hold up mode threshold voltage Operating case temp. range Case material Charger switching frequency DC resistance UVLO min Voltage drop @ I max Weight Options RoHS / SnPb
HUGD-50 Active 50 W 9 - 40 Vdc 5.6 A 40.2 x 26.2 x 8.2 mm CC, CD, PF, REV.POL 38 Vdc non adj 9.5 to 15.3 Vdc -40 to 105 °C Metallic black anodized coating 200 KHz 20 Grams T, S

Output Nbr: S: Single output, B: Bi-outputs, D: Dual outputs, T: Triple outputs – Dual outputs products can be usable for single output or bi-outputs. Output Nbr E corresponds to a slave module (see DataSheet)
Case dimensions: L x W x H (maximum values in mm)
Standard electrical functions: Case: Case connection, OVLO: Input overvoltage lockout, UVLO: Input under voltage lockout, OCP: Output over current protection level, OPP: Output over power protection, OVP: Output over voltage protection level, SCP: Output short circuit protection, OTP: Over temperature protection, VIF: Pin for Input Current Ripple Reduction, SYNC: Pin for Synchronisation, TRIM: Pin for adjust ouput voltage, ITRIM: Pin for adjustement ouput current limitation, CC: Pin for capacitor charged signal, CD: Pin for capacitor discharged signal, UVLOadj: Pin for level undervoltage lockout adjust, VREF: Pin for output internal voltage reference, PF: Pin for power fail signal, SENSE: Pin for voltage regulation, REV.POL: Reverse polarity protection
Status NPR: Not preferred for new Design
Options: T Screening at start-up -55° C, Y High isolation 3000 Vdc, M On/Off function, S Screening and serialization, F Synchronization function

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