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What is Electrical Isolation

Author: Apogeeweb
Date: 3 Mar 2018
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High-Speed digital circuits

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Introduction

This article mainly introduces what is electrical isolation and electrical isolation in high-speed digital circuits. This application note outlines the necessity, implementation and characteristics of electrical isolation in high-speed digital circuits. This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of optical, magnetic (inductive) and electrical (capacitive) signals transmitted on the isolation layer. In particular, the application of ISO72x series digital capacitive coupling technology in isolators is introduced.

What is an electrical isolation test? What does the electrical isolation test mean?

Catalog

Introduction

Catalog

I Electrical Isolation Definition

II Electrical Isolation Meaning

III Circuit Isolator

 3.1 Optical coupling technology

 3.2 Inductance coupling

 3.3 Capacitive coupling

 3.4 Isolation performance

 3.5 Transient immunity

 3.6 Automatic protection

 3.7 Power consumption

 3.8 Reliability

 3.9 External magnetic field immunity

IV Electrical Isolation Conlusion

Ⅴ FAQ


I Electrical Isolation Definition

Electrical isolation is separating the part with the non-ideal effects from the other parts. In electronic circuits, the dielectric is isolated by blocking the direct current (DC). How does the isolated circuit operate in a larger electrical system? The answer to this question is the subject of this article. As the number of products launched by Texas Instruments and other suppliers continues to increase, the options for transmitting isolated signals are also increasing, which also makes the designer's choice of products more complicated. This article describes the important characteristics of isolators and explains the similarities and differences between the products.

 

After reviewing the necessity for circuit isolation, we discussed three methods of dielectric signal transmission and analog-to-digital isolators and described and compared examples of each type of digital isolator. In other words, electrical isolation is a method of corrosion control. Conductors are susceptible to corrosion by the stray currents from different metals. Provide good isolation for these conductors, which can significantly control corrosion.

 

Electrical isolation is achieved by a mechanical switch that isolates part of the circuit from the main power system when needed.

 


II Electrical Isolation Meaning

The main reason for isolating the circuit is to protect the circuit from dangerous voltages and currents. In the medical application example of FIG1, even a small amount of AC current can cause fatal injuries, so an isolation layer is needed to protect the patient. Isolation also protects sensitive circuits from the high voltages that appear in industrial applications. The industrial example in Figure 2 is just one high-pressure measurement. Isolating the sensor from the actual high voltage makes it possible to measure low voltage circuits.

Medical application example

Figure 1:Medical application example

Industrial application example

Figure 2:Industrial application example

 

The principle of protection is to isolate high potential potentials that may appear in various systems or circuits. In the cable application shown in Figure 3, one of the remote drivers is isolated from the receiver. After such a long distance, the ground may be at different voltages. Through isolation, a voltage difference is formed in the isolator instead of the sensitive circuit.

Ground voltage difference between devices

Figure 3: Ground voltage difference between devices

 

As shown in Figure 4, isolation interrupts the loop formed by the high-impedance circuit path concerning other circuit elements. By interrupting the loop, the noise voltage appears on the isolation layer instead of on the receiver or more sensitive components. High-level noise voltages can be coupled by external current or voltage sources (for example, induction motors and lightning).

Figure 4:Isolation interrupts the loop formed by the circuit path

 

 


III Circuit Isolator

While allowing the transmission of analog or digital signals via electromagnetic or optical links, circuit isolators prevent low-frequency currents between circuits. Digital isolators transmit binary signals, while analog isolators transmit continuous signals on the isolation layer. In analog and digital isolators, working and peak-rated voltages and common mode transient immunity are important characteristics of the isolation layer. When isolating digital signals, these important characteristics of the isolation circuit are the input and output logic voltage levels, the signal rate, the data run length, and the self-protection response.

 

Traditionally, transformers, capacitors, or photodiodes, transistors, and discrete circuits have been conditioned on input and output signals to meet specific needs. This method is effective, but it can not be transferred from one application to another. Although this may retain analog isolators, a new generation of digital isolators has appeared on the market, using innovative circuits to isolate standard digital signals at a DC signal rate of more than 100mbps. Each of these general-purpose digital isolators has advantages and disadvantages. The following sections describe various technologies and compare specific products with TI’s new ISO72x series.

  • 3.1 Optical coupling technology

Optical coupling is the transmission of light on a transparent insulating layer (such as an air gap) for isolation. Figure 5 shows the main components of a digital isolator. Current drivers use digital inputs and convert signals into current to drive light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The output buffer converts the current output of the photodetector into a digital output.

Basic optical coupling mechanism

Figure 5: Basic optical coupling mechanism

The main advantage of optical coupling technology is that light is inherently immune to external electrons or magnetic fields, and optical coupling technology allows constant information transmission. The shortcomings of optocouplers are mainly reflected in the speed limit, power consumption and LED aging.

 

The maximum signal rate of the optocoupler depends on the speed of the LED switch. From the currently available products, the fastest optocoupler HCPL-0723, its signal rate can reach 50Mbps.

 

The current transfer ratio (CTR) from input to output is an important feature of optocouplers and LEDs, and an input current of 10mA is usually required to achieve high-speed digital transmission. This ratio adjusts the current used to drive the LED and the current generated by the phototransistor. As time goes by, the efficiency of LEDs is getting lower and lower, and more current is needed to produce the same brightness and the same output current of the phototransistor. In many digital isolators, the internal circuit controls the LED drive current, and the user cannot compensate for the falling CTR. The advantages of LEDs are weakened, and the isolator no longer works as efficiently as before.

  • 3.2 Inductance coupling

Inductive coupling technology uses a changing magnetic field between two coils to communicate on an isolation layer. The most common example is a transformer whose magnetic field depends on the coil configuration (number of turns per unit length) of the primary and secondary windings, the dielectric constant of the iron core, and the current amplitude. Figure 6 shows a transformer with a signal conditioning circuit module.

Inductance Isolation

Figure 6: Inductance Isolation

The advantages of inductive coupling are possible common mode differences and differential propagation characteristics. A well-designed transformer allows noise and signal frequencies to overlap but will exhibit high noise common-mode impedance and low signal differential impedance. Another advantage is that the signal energy transmission efficiency can be close to 100%, making low-power isolators possible.

 

The main disadvantage of inductive coupling technology is the magnetization (noise) of the external magnetic field. Industrial applications usually require magnetic field isolation. For example, motion control. Another disadvantage of digital transformer transmission is the data run length. The signal converter transmits signals within a certain frequency and amplitude range, and its distortion is acceptable. A data run length limit or clock encoding is required to keep the signal within the available transformer bandwidth.

 

Universal digital isolators using inductive coupling require signal processing to transmit and reconstruct digital signals while transmitting low-frequency signals (1 or 0 long characters). NVE / Avago's Isoloop and ADI (Analog Devices, Inc.)'s iCoupler use encoding functions and provide digital isolation solutions that support DC-100Mbps operation.

 

ADUM1100 is an example of ic coupler technology for analog devices. ADUM1100 uses a basic transformer to transmit information across the isolation barrier. This Isoloop technology (such as HCPL-0900) replaces the secondary coil with a resistor network as shown in Figure 7. The resistor is composed of giant magnetoresistance (GMR) material, which changes with the action of the magnetic field. The circuit senses the change in resistance and meets its output conditions. This technology was introduced to the market when the AC performance was improved and exceeded the performance of the existing optical coupler. Now, with the introduction of ADI's digital isolators and TI's ISO72x series devices, the performance of these Isoloop devices has been surpassed.

GMR structure

Figure 7: GMR structure

  • 3.3 Capacitive coupling

Capacitive coupling technology uses an ever-changing electric field to transmit information on the isolation layer. The material between each capacitor plate is a dielectric isolator and forms a barrier. The size of the plate, the spacing between the plates, and the dielectric material all determine the electrical performance.

Capacitive coupling

Figure 8: Capacitive coupling

The advantage of using a capacitive isolation layer is high efficiency in terms of size and energy transfer, and immunity to magnetic fields. The former makes it possible to integrate low-power and low-cost isolation circuits; the latter makes it possible to work in saturated or high-density magnetic fields.

 

The disadvantage of capacitive coupling technology is that it has no differential signal and noise, and the signal shares the same transmission channel, which is different from the transformer. This requires that the frequency of the signal is significantly higher than the expected frequency of the noise so that the isolation capacitor shows the low impedance of the signal and the high impedance of the noise. In the case of inductive coupling, capacitive coupling cannot transmit steady-state signals and requires clock-encoded data.

  • 3.3.1 TI introduced the ISO72x--Electrical Isolation Test

TI has introduced the ISO72x series of isolators using capacitive coupling technology. The capacitive coupling solution uses a mature, low-cost manufacturing process, and the magnetic field has inherent immunity.

 

In order to provide constant information transmission, ISO72x uses high signal rate and low signal rate channels for communication, as shown in Figure 9. The high signal rate channel is not coded, it transmits data through single-ended to differential conversion on the isolation layer. The low signal rate channel encodes data in a pulse width modulation format and transmits data differentially across the isolation layer to ensure accurate communication under constant conditions (long 1 and 0 characters).

 

The differential transmission of single-ended logic signals across the isolation layer allows the use of low-level signals and small coupling capacitors. This provides high impedance for common-mode noise and provides excellent transient immunity by suppressing common-mode noise on the receiver. This is the main problem that signal-capacitance coupling needs to solve.

ISO72x and ISO72xM structure diagram

Figure 9: ISO72x and ISO72xM structure diagram

  • 3.4 Isolation performance

Three main standards verify the need for isolation protection, namely UL 1577, IEC 60747-5-2 and CSA. Although each standard is slightly different, it provides a standard for comparing isolation performance. Through IEC, UL and CSA tests, confirm that the voltage between the input and output exceeds the dielectric breakdown range. The use of these standards is very simple because the test standards have nothing to do with the isolation method. Figure 10 shows how the isolation test treats the isolator as a two-terminal device. Although the physical structure of each device is different, the isolation test is performed under the dielectric breakdown voltage.

Isolation test

Figure 10:Isolation test

The ISO72x series of isolators are tested with UL 1577, IEC 60747-5-2, IEC 61010-1 and CSA. Table 1 shows the isolation performance of these five devices illustrating the three isolation technologies.

 

Device The technology used UL1577(VRMS)

IEC 60747-5-2,V IORM(VPeak)

IS0721 Capacitive isolation 2500 560
ADuM1100 Inductance isolation 2500 560
HCPL-0900 Inductance isolation 2500 Now reviewed
HCPL-0721/HCPL-0723 Light isolation 3750 560

Table 1:Isolation performance

The three test methods of UL, CSA and IEC all test the insulation quality. UL and CSA tests are pressure tests that use the time set by the manufacturer to test the breakdown voltage of the medium. Dielectric breakdown is a symptom of the failure of this test. The IEC test uses a phenomenon called partial discharge to detect voids in dielectrics. A large voltage is applied to the device, which is a function of the operating voltage defined by the manufacturer, and then reduced to another voltage level Vm. In this low-voltage application, the device under test is monitored for ineffective partial discharges in the dielectrics. These inefficiencies led to the final collapse of the entire dielectric.

  • 3.5 Transient immunity

High slew rate (high frequency) transients can disrupt data transmission on an isolation layer. The isolation capacitor provides the path shown in Figure 11, allowing transient events to pass through the isolation barrier and destroy the output waveform. The Faraday shield keeps this part of the displacement current in the optocoupler or inductive coupler away from the important output structures.

Isolator capacitance

Figure 11: Isolator capacitance

In capacitive coupling solutions, Faraday shielding is not a feasible solution. In addition to transients, the Faraday shielding layer can also shield the electric field used for data transmission. In order to provide transient immunity, the ISO72x series capacitive isolator only transmits fo signals (only data signals representing the highest frequency energy).

 

This allows a small coupling capacitance with high-frequency noise frequencies. Another noise comes from the differential technology that transmits data on the isolation layer. Figure 9 shows four signals passing through the capacitive isolation layer; two contain low signal rate information, and the other two contain high signal rate information. By using differential technology, any remaining common-mode transients that pass through the isolation barrier can be seen in the real and compensated signals, and the differential receiver suppresses them. As shown in Table 2, the transient immunity of the ISO72x series devices is as high as 25kV/us, which is as high as other similar devices.

Device The technology used Transient immunity
IS0721 Capacitor transient immunity 25
ADuM1100 Capacitor transient immunity 25
HCPL-0900 Capacitor transient immunity 15
HCPL-0721/HCPL-0723 Light transient immunity 10
  • 3.6 Automatic protection

The data line circuit and digital isolator need to pay attention to the loss of the input signal and the output state. Input loss may occur when the cable is disconnected or power is removed directly from the input of the isolator. Automatic protection refers to the deterministic or known output state at the time of input loss. The ISO72x series uses periodic pulses to determine whether the input structure is energized and working. If the isolator output does not receive a pulse after 4us, the output is set to a high state. ADUM11 ADUM1100 also integrates an automatic protection circuit in the output port of the IC. The optical solutions (HCPL-0721 and -0723) launched by Anwar Technology do not mention automatic protection, while the inductive GMR solution (HCPL-0900) clearly describes the uncertainty of the output during power sequencing.

  • 3.7 Power consumption

In addition to the efficiency of signal transmission on the isolation layer, the design of the input and output regulation circuitry is most relevant to power consumption. As shown in Table 3, the optocoupler consumes more power than the inductor or capacitor example.

Device

The technology used

Vcc1 and Vcc2

Icc1(mA)

Icc2(mA)

Power consumption(mW)

ISO721

Capacitive coupling

5

1

11

60

3.3

0.5

6

21.5

ADuM1100

Inductance coupling

5

0.8

0.06

4.3

3.3

0.3

0.04

1.2

HCPL-0900

Inductance coupling

5

0.018

6

30

3.3

0.01

4

13.2

HCPL-0721

Light coupling

Only 5

10

9

95

HCPL-0723

Light coupling

Only 5

10

17.5

137.5

Table 3:Quiescent supply current

  • 3.8 Reliability

The mean time to failure (MTTF) is a standard measure of the reliability of semiconductor devices. For digital isolators, this measurement shows the reliability of integrated circuits and isolation mechanisms. Table 4 shows the MTTF of optical, inductive and capacitive digital isolators. Compared with inductive and optical solutions, ISO721 is very reliable.

 

Typical value, 60% confidence

Typical value, 90% confidence

Device

The technology used

Ambient temperature

MTTF

(hour/malfunction)

PIT

(malfunction/109hour)

MTTF

(hour/malfunction)

PIT

(malfunction/109hour)

ISO721

Capacitive coupling

125

1,246,889

802

504,408

1983

HCPL-0900

Light coupling

125

288,118

3471

114,654

8722

HCPL-0721

Light coupling

125

174,617

5727

69,487

14,39

Table 4:Reliability measurement

The ADUM1100 reliability datasheet does not explicitly state the MTTF, but it provides the result of a reliability test. Table 5 shows the ISO721 and ADUM1100 reliability test parameters.

Device

The coupling technique used

Junction temperature

Time(hour)

Number of samples

unqualified products

ISO721

Capacitive coupling

150<TJ<175

1000

344

0

ADuM1100

Capacitive coupling

150<TJ<175

500

231

0

Table  5:Raw reliability data

  • 3.9 External magnetic field immunity

Figure 12 compares the magnetic field immunity of ADUM1100 and ISO72x (data for HCPL-0900 was not found). Relatively speaking, although these two examples have a certain degree of immunity to magnetic fields, ISO72x provides a greater margin. As mentioned earlier, the optocoupler isolation circuit has inherent magnetization immunity to external magnetic fields.

Sensitivity to external magnetic fields

Figure 12: Sensitivity to external magnetic fields


IV Electrical Isolation Conlusion

Noise reduction and noise protection make isolators widely used in electronic circuits that interrupt ground loops and isolate ground voltage differences. Designers now have many options for digital signal isolation, including key features of TI’s ISO72x series. Such as signal speed, dielectric breakdown voltage, transient shock resistance, power consumption, magnetic field shock resistance and reliability have good performance in all aspects. Table 6 summarizes the characteristics of the examples discussed in this report.

Device

The technology used

Vcc(V)

Signal rate(Mbps)

UL1577(VRMS)

Transient immunity(kV/μs)

Power consumption(mW)

Magnetic field immunity

Reliability(MTTF),60% confidence(hour/malfunction)

ISO721

Capacitive coupling

3.3 or 5

150

2500

25

60

+

1.25M

ADuM1100

Inductance coupling

5

100

2500

25

4.3

   

3.3

50

1.2

   

HCPL-0900

Inductance coupling

5

100

2500

15

30

 

288k

3.3

13.2

 

HCPL-0721

Light coupling

5

25

3750

10

95

++

175k

HCPL-0723

Light coupling

5

50

137.5

++

 

Table  6:Different digital isolator parameters

 


Ⅴ FAQ

1. What does electrically isolated mean?

Electrical isolation is separating the part with the non-ideal effects from the other parts. In electronic circuits, the dielectric is isolated by blocking the direct current (DC).

 

2. Why is electrical isolation important?

All electrical installations have isolation means at least at the consumption metering point. Isolation has the purpose of protecting against electrical hazards electric shock, burn and ballistics - the effects of arc flash. ... The isolation should remain secure so as to prevent reconnection of the electrical supply.

 

3. What is the type of electrical isolation?

According to the power system location, the isolator can be classified into three types namely bus side, line side, and transfer bus side isolator.

 

4. What is the advantage of an isolation transformer?

Another advantage of isolation transformers is that they reduce power surges. Electrical equipment can run smoothly without the risk of power surges because the DC signals from a power source are isolated. This means that equipment can function at a high level even if there is a power malfunction.

 

5. How do you perform an isolation test?

Generally, you connect two leads (positive and negative) across an insulation barrier. A third lead, which connects to a guard terminal, may or may not be available with your tester. If it is, you may or may not have to use it.

 

6. What is isolation PLC?

Isolation in the Process Control Analog Input Module. Galvanic isolation is the principle of physically and electrically separating two circuits so that there is no direct conduction path but data and power can still be exchanged. This is typically achieved using transformers, optocouplers, or capacitors.

 

7. What is power supply isolation?

An isolated power supply has a power output that is electrically independent of its power input. ... When a power supply has multiple isolated power outputs, it means that the output voltages are independent of one another and there is no connection between the outputs.

 

8. What is the difference between isolator and circuit breaker?

The major difference between the isolator and the circuit breaker is that the isolator disconnects the circuit at offload condition whereas the circuit breaker disconnects the circuit at on load condition. ... The operation of the Isolator and Circuit breaker, their functions and the withstand capability.

 

9. Does an isolation transformer prevent electric shock?

Isolation transformers provide galvanic isolation; no conductive path is present between source and load. This isolation is used to protect against electric shock, suppress electrical noise in sensitive devices, or transfer power between two circuits that must not be connected.

 

10. Why isolation is needed between plant and PLC CPU?

These sensors are commonly remote from the PLC itself, meaning long cable runs. This situation usually creates ground potential differences that can skew sensor data and introduce errors. Some form of isolation is needed to ensure accuracy.

 


Book Recommendation

  • High-Speed Digital Circuits: Stability, Instability and Chaos

overview of theory, models of devices and low frequency circuits, digital circuit theory including inductance, microstates, submicrostates, local time, and complexity of interconnects.

--Masakazu Shoji

  • Noise Coupling in System-on-Chip (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)

discusses a breakthrough substrate coupling analysis flow and modelling toolset, addressing the needs of the design community. 

--Thomas Noulis

 

 


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