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Part Number: PGA308
After soldering the pressure sensor to the Vin1-Vin2 pins on the PGA308 chip, The PGA308 chips don't work, i think this problem is caused by ESD.
The Vout pin is fixed at 4.9V even though there is no sensor in the faulty PGA308 chips but I can write and read RAM and OTP data on the Onewire pin with the PGA308 EVM board.
Although we have taken all precautions for ESD in production, we could not solve this problem. We changed our soldering machine, including.
We purchased the PGA308 chips from DigiKey.
How can you help us with this?
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In reply to Luis Chioye:
Luis, thank you very much for your interest and help. We do not intend to return the products, we are trying to solve our problem.
If you provide an e-mail address, I would like to send the schema and PCB files.
I'm attachment the PGA308 Register and pressure sensor print screen.
In reply to Mert SARI:
I sent PCB and schematic files as a private message.
I received your schematic and PCB plots. Please allow a couple of days for review. I will contact you via email directly per your request.
Thank you and regards,
I'm waiting an answer from you.
I apologize for the delayed response, I was out of office most of last week and early this week.
I have reviewed the schematic and responded directly via email per your request with some questions about the circuit.
I will continue the discussion via email.
Thank you and Regards,
I have replied via direct email with the schematic review. Please feel free to post a new question or you may reply directly via email with additional questions.
I answered your questions via e-mail and asked a few questions. Please your check the e-mail?
I have a criticism for you You answer too late to the questions I ask through E2E and e-mail.
I have replied to both emails. Unfortunately, I was out of office last week on personal time; causing delay on the email response.
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