How i calculation junction temperature in VIPER37HD/LD

and how the frequency(60k,115k hz) Affect on junction temperature?

and how the frequency(60k,115k hz) Affect on junction temperature?

How i calculation junction temperature in VIPER37HD/LD

and how the frequency(60k,115k hz) Affect on junction temperature?

and how the frequency(60k,115k hz) Affect on junction temperature?

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is the root mean square of the primary current

-Tc

At the end of the MOSFETs ON time, the DRAIN current has reached its maximum, while the DRAIN voltage is zero, thus the product IDRAIN*VDRAIN = 0W

Some time after turn on, IDRAIN will be 0 and VDRAIN will be Vin + VR, so again IDRAIN*VDRAIN = 0.

But in between, since the switch is not ideal, there is a time interval Tc when both IDRAIN and VDRAIN are >0, and so their product results in power dissipation at turn off.

The junction temperature is given by the following formula:

Tj = Pdiss • Rth_ja + Ta

where:

Ta = ambient temperature

Rth_ja = junction-to-ambient thermal resistance (reported on datasheet, its value can be reduced providing adequate copper area around DRAIN pins) </p>

Pdiss = Pbias + Pcond + Pswitch + PCAP is the power dissipated within the VIPer, in particular:

Pbias = V

_{DD}• I_{DD1}(bias losses)where:

V

_{DD}= voltage of the VDD pin (depends on the voltage delivered by the auxiliary winding of the transformer);I

_{DD1}= VIPer consumption, in switching conditions (reported on datasheet)Pcond = Rdson • Irmsp conduction losses

where:

Rdson = on resistance of the VIPer (reported on datasheet)

Irmsp = primary RMS current (depends on input/output conditions, primary inductance, reflected voltage)

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Pswitch = (Vin + VR) • Ipk • Tc • fsw/3 switching losses is an approximate formula where

where:

Vin = input voltage

VR = reflected voltage

Tc = crossover time (the time during which, at turn-off, both DRAIN voltage and current are not zero), should be estimated and is in the range of some tens nsec

fsw = switching frequency

Ipk = primary peak current

PCAP = Cdrain_par • Vds

^{2 }• fsw/2where:

Cdrain_par = sum of all the capacitance of the DRAIN node (MOSFET output cap, reported on datasheet, plus stray capacitances due to the transformer)

Vds = DRAIN voltage value at turn-on

The components PCAP and Pswitch depends linearly on the switching frequency

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