Double-channel high-side driver with analog current sense for automotive applications

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Parameter NameParameter Value
Operating RangeAutomotive
Packing TypeTape And Reel
RoHs compliantEcopack2
Package NamePWSSO 36

The VND5E025AY-E is a double-channel high-side driver manufactured using STMicroelectronics®proprietary VIPower®M0-5 technology and housed in PowerSSO-36 package. The VND5E025AY-E is designed to drive 12 V automotive grounded loads, and to provide protection and diagnostics. It also implements a 3 V and 5 V CMOS-compatible interface for use with any microcontroller.

The device integrates advanced protective functions such as load current limitation, inrush and overload active management by power limitation, overtemperature shut-off with auto-restart and overvoltage active clamp.

A dedicated analog current sense pin is associated with every output channel providing enhanced diagnostic functions including fast detection of overload and short-circuit to ground through power limitation indication, overtemperature indication, short-circuit to VCCdiagnosis.

The current sensing and diagnostic feedback of the whole device can be disabled by pulling the CS_DIS pin high to share the external sense resistor with similar devices.

Key features
  • General
    • Very low standby current
    • 3 V CMOS compatible inputs
    • Optimized electromagnetic emissions
    • Very low electromagnetic susceptibility
    • Compliance with European directive 2002/95/EC
    • Very low current sense leakage
  • Diagnostic functions
    • Proportional load current sense
    • OFF-state open-load detection
    • Current sense disable
    • Thermal shutdown indication
    • Output short to VCCdetection
    • Over load and short to ground (power limitation) indication
  • Protection
    • Undervoltage shutdown
    • Over voltage clamp
    • Load current limitation
    • Self limiting of fast thermal transients
    • Protection against loss of ground and loss of VCC
    • Over temperature shutdown with autorestart (thermal shutdown)
    • Reverse battery protection with self switch on of the Power MOSFET
    • Electrostatic discharge protection
    • Inrush current active management by power limitation