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Data Sheet No.

PD60139J

IR2105
HALF BRIDGE DRIVER
Features
Floating channel designed for bootstrap operation

Fully operational to +600V


Tolerant to negative transient voltage
dV/dt immune
Gate drive supply range from 10 to 20V
Undervoltage lockout
5V Schmitt-triggered input logic
Cross-conduction prevention logic
Internally set deadtime
High side output in phase with input
Match propagation delay for both channels

Product Summary
VOFFSET

600V max.

IO+/-

130 mA / 270 mA

VOUT

10 - 20V

ton/off (typ.)

680 & 150 ns

Deadtime (typ.)

520 ns

Packages

Description
The IR2105 is a high voltage, high speed power
MOSFET and IGBT driver with dependent high and
low side referenced output channels. Proprietary
HVIC and latch immune CMOS technologies enable ruggedized monolithic construction. The logic
input is compatible with standard CMOS or LSTTL
outputs. The output drivers feature a high pulse
current buffer stage designed for minimum driver
cross-conduction. The floating channel can be used
to drive an N-channel power MOSFET or IGBT in
the high side configuration which operates from 10
to 600 volts.

8 Lead PDIP
8 Lead SOIC

Typical Connection
up to 600V
VCC

V CC
IN

IN
COM
LO

VB
HO
VS

TO
LOAD

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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

Definition

Min.

Max.

Units

VB

High side floating absolute voltage

-0.3

625

VS

High side floating supply offset voltage

VB - 25

VB + 0.3

VHO

High side floating output voltage

VS - 0.3

VB + 0.3

VCC

Low side and logic fixed supply voltage

-0.3

25

VLO

Low side output voltage

-0.3

VCC + 0.3

VIN

Logic input voltage

-0.3

VCC + 0.3

dVs/dt
PD
RthJA

Allowable offset supply voltage transient


Package power dissipation @ TA +25C
Thermal resistance, junction to ambient

50

(8 Lead DIP)

1.0

(8 Lead SOIC)

0.625

(8 Lead DIP)

125

(8 Lead SOIC)

200

TJ

Junction temperature

150

TS

Storage temperature

-55

150

TL

Lead temperature (soldering, 10 seconds)

300

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. The VS offset rating is tested with all supplies biased at 15V differential.

Symbol

Definition

VB

High side floating supply absolute voltage

VS

High side floating supply offset voltage

Min.

Max.

V S + 10

VS + 20

Note 1

600

VHO

High side floating output voltage

VS

VB

VCC

Low side and logic fixed supply voltage

10

20

VLO

Low side output voltage

VCC

VIN

Logic input voltage

VCC

TA

Ambient temperature

-40

125

Units

Note 1: Logic operational for VS of -5 to +600V. Logic state held for VS of -5V to -VBS.

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IR2105

Dynamic Electrical Characteristics


VBIAS (VCC, VBS) = 15V, C L = 1000 pF and TA = 25C unless otherwise specified.

Symbol
ton
toff
tr
tf

Definition

Min. Typ. Max. Units Test Conditions

Turn-on propagation delay

680

820

VS = 0V

Turn-off propagation delay

150

220

VS = 600V

Turn-on rise time

100

170

50

90

DT

Turn-off fall time


Deadtime, LS turn-off to HS turn-on &
HS turn-on to LS turn-off

400

520

650

MT

Delay matching, HS & LS turn-on/off

60

ns

Static Electrical Characteristics


VBIAS (VCC , VBS) = 15V and TA = 25C unless otherwise specified. The VIN, V TH and IIN parameters are referenced to
COM. The VO and IO parameters are referenced to COM and are applicable to the respective output leads: HO or LO.

Symbol

Definition

Min. Typ. Max. Units Test Conditions

VIH

Logic 1 (HO) & Logic 0 (LO) Input Voltage

VIL

Logic 0 (HO) & Logic 1 (LO) Input Voltage

0.8

VOH

High Level Output Voltage, VBIAS - VO

100

VOL

Low Level Output Voltage, VO

100

ILK

Offset Supply Leakage Current

50

V
mV

VCC = 10V to 20V


VCC = 10V to 20V
IO = 0A
IO = 0A
VB = VS = 600V
VIN = 0V or 5V

IQBS

Quiescent VBS Supply Current

30

55

IQCC

Quiescent VCC Supply Current

150

270

IIN+

Logic 1 Input Bias Current

10

V IN = 5V

IIN-

VIN = 0V

Logic 0 Input Bias Current

VCCUV+

VCC Supply Undervoltage Positive Going


Threshold

8.9

9.8

VCCUV-

VCC Supply Undervoltage Negative Going


Threshold

7.4

8.2

IO+

Output High Short Circuit Pulsed Current

130

210

IO-

Output Low Short Circuit Pulsed Current

270

360

mA

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VIN = 0V or 5V

VO = 0V
PW 10 s
VO = 15V
PW 10 s

IR2105
Functional Block Diagram
VB

HV
LEVEL
SHIFT

DEAD
TIME

IN

Q
R

PULSE
FILTER

HO

PULSE
GEN

VS

UV
DETECT

VCC

LO

DEAD
TIME

COM

Lead Definitions
Lead
Symbol Description
IN

Logic input for high and low side gate driver outputs (HO and LO), in phase with HO

VB

High side floating supply

HO

High side gate drive output

VS

High side floating supply return

VCC

Low side and logic fixed supply

LO

Low side gate drive output

COM

Low side return

Lead Assignments

COM

COM
5

LO

LO

8 Lead PDIP

8 Lead SOIC

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01-3003 01

8 Lead SOIC

01-0021 08

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IN

IN(LO)
50%

50%

IN(HO)
ton

toff

tr
90%

HO

LO
HO

LO

Figure 1. Input/Output Timing Diagram

tf

90%

10%

10%

Figure 2. Switching Time Waveform Definitions

IN (LO)
50%

50%

50%

IN

LO

90%

HO

HO
10%

10%
DT

LO

50%

IN (HO)

DT

MT

MT

90%

90%
10%

LO
Figure 3. Deadtime Waveform Definitions

HO

Figure 4. Delay Matching Waveform Definitions

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1400

1400

1200

1200

Turn-On Delay Time (ns)

Turn-On Delay Time (ns)

IR2105

1000
Max.
800
600
Typ.

400
200

800
Typ.

600
400
200
0

0
-50

-25

25
50
75
Temperature (oC)

100

10

125

12

16

18

20

Figure 6B. Turn-On Time vs Voltage

500

Turn-Off Delay Time (ns)

500

400
300
Max .

200
100

Ty p.

400
300

Max .

200
Ty p.

100
0

0
-50

-25

25

50

75

100

10

125

Temperature (oC)

14

16

18

20

Figure 7B. Turn-Off Time vs Voltage

500
Turn-On Rise Time (ns)

500
400
300
200

12

VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 7A. Turn-Off Time vs Temperature

Turn-On Rise Time (ns)

14

VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 6A. Turn-On Time vs Temperature

Turn-Off Delay Time (ns)

Max.

1000

Max.

100

400
300
Max.
200
100
Typ.

Typ.
0
-50

0
-25

25
50
75
Temperature (oC)

Figure 9A. Turn-On Rise Time


vs Temperature

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100

125

10

12

14

16

18

20

VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 9B. Turn-On Rise Time


vs Voltage

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200
Turn-Off Fall Time (ns)

Turn-Off Fall Time (ns)

200

150

100
Max.
Typ.

50

Max.

100

Typ.
50

0
-50

-25

25
50
75
Temperature ( oC)

100

10

125

Figure 10A. Turn Off Fall Time


vs Temperature
140 0

140 0

120 0

120 0

100 0
800

Max .

600
Ty p.
400

100 0

Max .

800
600

Ty p .

400

0
-5 0

-2 5

25

50

75

100

125

10

12

Temperature (oC)

16

18

20

Figure 11B. Deadtime vs Voltage

Input Voltage (V)

5
4

14

VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 11A. Deadtime vs Temperature

Input Voltage (V)

20

200

Min.

3
2
1

5
4

Min.

3
2
1

Temperature (oC)

0
-50

-25

25

50

0
75

100

Temperature (oC)

Figure12A. Logic "1" (HO) & Logic "0" (LO)


Input Voltage vs Temperature

18

Min.

Min.

200

12
14
16
VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 10B. Turn Off Fall Time vs Voltage

Deadtime (ns)

Deadtime (ns)

150

125

10

12

14

16

18

20

VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 12B. Logic "1" (HO) & Logic "0" (LO)


Input Voltage vs Voltage

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3.2

3.2

Input Voltage (V)

Input Voltage (V)

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2.4
1.6
Max .
0.8

2.4
1.6
Max.
0.8

0
- 50

- 25

25

50

75

10 0

12 5

10

12

Temperature (oC)

Figure 13A. Logic "0"(HO) & Logic "1"(LO)


Input Voltage vs Temperature

High Level Output Voltage (V)

High Level Output Voltage (V)

0.8
0.6
0.4
Max .

20

1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

Max.

0
-50

-25

25

50

75

100

125

10

12

Temperature (oC)

Figure 14A. High Level Output vs Temperature

14
16
Vcc Supply Voltage (V)

18

20

Figure 14B. High Level Output vs Voltage

Low Level Output Voltage (V)

Low Level Output Voltage (V)

18

Figure 13B. Logic "0"(HO) & Logic "1"(LO)


Input Voltage vs Voltage

0.2

14
16
Vcc Supply Voltage (V)

0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

Max .

0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

Max.

- 50

- 25

25

50

75

Temperature (oC)

Figure 15A. Low Level Output


vs Temperature

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100

125

10

12

14

16

18

20

Vcc Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 15B. Low Level Output vs Voltage

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Offset Supply Leakge Current (A)

Offset Supply Leakge Current (A)

500
400
300
200
100

Max.

0
-50

-25

25

50

75

100

500
400
300
200
Max.

100
0
0

125

200

Temperature (oC)

Figure 16A. Offset Supply Current


vs Temperature

VBS Supply Current (A)

VBS Supply Current (A)

800

150

12 0
90
60
Max .
30

120
90
60

Max.

30

Ty p.

Typ.

0
- 50

- 25

25

50

75

10 0

12 5

10

12

Temperature (oC)

18

20

VCC Supply Current (A)

700

600
500
400
Max.

200
100

16

Figure 17B. VBS Supply Current vs Voltage

700

300

14

VBS Floating Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 17A. VBS Supply Current


vs Temperature

VCC Supply Current (A)

600

Figure 16B. Offset Supply Current vs Voltage

15 0

Typ.

600
500
400
300

Max.

200
100

Typ.

0
-50

-25

25

50

75

Temperature (oC)

Figure 18A. Vcc Supply Current


vs Temperature

10

400

VB Boost Voltage (V)

100

125

10

12

14
16
Vcc Supply Voltage (V)

18

20

Figure 18B. Vcc Supply Current vs Voltage

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IR2105
30

Logic 1 Input Current (A)

Logic 1 Input Current (A)

30
25
20
15
Ma x .
10
Max

5
Ty p .

25
20
15
Ma x .
10
5

Ty p .

0
-50

-25

25

50

75

10 0

10

12 5

12

Temperature ( C)

Figure 19A. Logic "1" Input Current


vs Temperature

18

20

5
Logic 0 Input Current (A)

Logic 0 Input Current (A)

16

Figure 19B. Logic "1" Input Current


vs Voltage

5
4
3
2
Max.
1
0
-50

4
3
2
Max.
1
0

-25

25

50

75

100

125

10

12

Temperature (oC)

14
16
Vcc Supply Voltage (V)

18

20

Figure 20B. Logic "0" Input Current vs Voltage

Figure 20A. Logic "0" Input Current vs


Temperature

11

11
Max .

VCC UVLO Threshold -(V)

VCC UVLO Threshold +(V)

14

Vcc Supply Voltage (V)

10
Ty p.
9
Min .
8
7
6
-50

-25

25

50

75

10 0

Temperature (oC)

Figure 21A. Vcc Undervoltage Threshold(+)


vs Temperature

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12 5

10
Max.
9
Typ.
Typ.
8
7 Min.
6
-50

-25

25

50

75

100

125

Temperature (oC)

Figure 21B. Vcc UndervoltageThreshold (-)


vs Temperature

11

IR2105
500
Output Source Current (mA)

Output Source Current (mA)

50 0
40 0
Ty p.

30 0
20 0
10 0

Min.

400
300
200

Typ.

100
Min.

-50

-25

25

50

75

10 0

10

12 5

12
14
16
VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Temperature (oC)

Figure 22A. Output Source Current


vs Temperature

Output Sink Current (mA)

Output Sink Current (mA)

20

700

600
Ty p .

400
300

18

Figure 22B. Output Source Current


vs Voltage

700

500

Min.

Min.

200
100

600
500
400

Typ.

300
200
Min.

100
0

0
- 50

- 25

25
50
Temperature (oC)

75

100

Figure 23A. Output Sink Current


vs Temperature

125

10

12

14

16

18

20

VBIAS Supply Voltage (V)

Figure 23B. Output Sink Current


vs Voltage

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