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P9415 Datasheet

30W Wireless Power Receiver

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30W Wireless Power Receiver
with WattShare™ TRx Mode
P9415
Datasheet
Description
The P9415 is a highly-integrated single-chip wireless power
transmitter/receiver IC (TRx). The device can be configured to
receive or transmit an AC power signal through magnetic induction.
When the device is configured as a wireless power transmitter, it
uses an on-chip full/half-bridge inverter, a PWM generator, a
modulator/demodulator for communication, and micro controller to
produce an AC power signal to drive external L-C tank. As a
receiver, the device receives an AC power signal from a wireless
transmitter and converts it into rectified output voltage, which can
be used to power devices or supply the charger input in mobile
applications. The P9415 integrates a high efficiency Synchronous
Full Bridge Rectifier and control circuitry to modulate the load to
send message packets to the Transmitter (Tx) to optimize power
delivery.
The P9415 features Multiple-time programmable (MTP) non-
volatile memory to easily update control firmware and device
functions.
The device includes over-temperature and voltage protection. Fault
conditions associated with power transfer are managed by an
industry-leading 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M0 processor offering high
level of programmability while consuming extremely low standby
power. The processor can also control GPIOs to indicate operating
and fault modes. The P9415 is available in an ultra-small
53-WLCSP package.
Typical Applications
Wireless power solution for mobile applications
Features
Single-chip medium power wireless solution
24kB Multiple-time programmable (MTP) non-volatile memory
for expanded feature support
WPC 1.2.4 compatible
Delivers up to 30W as a receiver
WattShareTM TRx mode with up to 5W Tx capability
Embedded 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M0 processor
Reliable over voltage clamping
Proprietary Rx-to-Tx modulation/demodulation for two-way
communication
High-performance LDO
Tx-to-Rx (backchannel) communication
Supports proprietary mode magnetic induction wireless power
solutions
Supports I2C 400kHz standard interface and GPIOs
Package: 6 × 9 ball array, 2.82 × 4.22 × 0.50 mm, 53-WLCSP
with 0.40mm ball pitch
Typical Applications Schematic
DEMOD
VSNS
Chip Enable
nEN
VSNS
TRx
Coil
COM1
VOUT
CMA P9415
BST1
AC1
CD
OD0-OD4
GP0-GP6
Rx-OUTPUT
Tx-INPUT
CVOUT
CS
CRECT
AC2
RCLAMP
BST2
CMB
COM2
PCLAMP
VRECT
PGND
LDO1P8
LDO5P0
CLDO5P0
CLDO1P8
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December 19, 2019


Renesas Electronics Components Datasheet

P9415 Datasheet

30W Wireless Power Receiver

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P9415 Datasheet
Contents
1. Pin Assignments...........................................................................................................................................................................................4
2. Pin Descriptions............................................................................................................................................................................................5
3. Absolute Maximum Ratings..........................................................................................................................................................................7
4. Thermal Characteristics................................................................................................................................................................................7
5. Electrical Characteristics Table ....................................................................................................................................................................8
6. Wireless Power Charging System ..............................................................................................................................................................11
7. Theory of Operation....................................................................................................................................................................................12
7.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................................................................13
7.2 WPC Mode Characteristics ...............................................................................................................................................................13
7.2.1 Startup ................................................................................................................................................................................13
7.2.2 Power Transfer ...................................................................................................................................................................13
7.2.3 Advanced Foreign Object Detection (FOD) WPC MODE...................................................................................................13
7.2.4 Status/Interrupt Output .......................................................................................................................................................14
7.2.5 WPC Modulation/Communication.......................................................................................................................................14
7.2.6 Bit Encoding Scheme .........................................................................................................................................................15
7.2.7 System Feedback Control ..................................................................................................................................................15
7.2.8 Selection.............................................................................................................................................................................16
7.2.9 Ping ....................................................................................................................................................................................16
7.2.10 Identification and Configuration (ID and Config).................................................................................................................17
7.2.11 Negotiation .........................................................................................................................................................................17
7.2.12 Calibration ..........................................................................................................................................................................17
7.2.13 Power Transfer ...................................................................................................................................................................17
7.2.14 Renegotiation .....................................................................................................................................................................17
7.2.15 End of Power Transfer (EPT) .............................................................................................................................................17
7.3 Rx Mode Functions............................................................................................................................................................................17
7.3.1 Status and Interrupt Indicators ...........................................................................................................................................17
7.3.2 Multiple-Time Programming Memory..................................................................................................................................17
7.3.3 Synchronous Rectifier ........................................................................................................................................................18
7.3.4 Rectifier and VRECT Level.................................................................................................................................................18
7.3.5 Over-voltage Protection......................................................................................................................................................18
7.3.6 Over Current Protection, Over Temperature Protection, and Thermal Shutdown ..............................................................18
7.3.7 Enable Input .......................................................................................................................................................................18
7.3.8 LDO Regulators..................................................................................................................................................................18
7.4 Tx Mode.............................................................................................................................................................................................19
8. Applications Information .............................................................................................................................................................................19
8.1 External Components ........................................................................................................................................................................19
8.2 Rx Wireless Power Coil .....................................................................................................................................................................19
8.3 Resonance Capacitors ......................................................................................................................................................................19
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Description 30W Wireless Power Receiver
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