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TLV3702-Q1: operation at below minimum voltage

Part Number: TLV3702-Q1

Hi

I would like to know how the device behaves when the input voltage is below 2.7V. (This is minimum voltage at single supply)

Does this device output low level ? or high level ? or unknown? 

Our customer is concerned how this device operates when it startup.  Because some other device outputs the glitch during startup until it reaches minimum voltage.  

Regards,

Koji Hamamoto

 

  • Hi Hamamoto-san,

    I've assigned this post to the appropriate applications engineer, he will respond to your question.

    Regards,
    Karl
  • The output is unknown when the supply voltage is below the minimum level. It is kind of Hi-Z and a pull down resistor can make the output low in the undefined supply range.

  • In reply to Mahmoud Harmouch:

    Hi Mahmoud-san, Karl-san,

    I appreciate your prompt support. I suggested to our customer about your answer.
    They understood and would like to know how much pulldown resistor should be.

    Do you have any recommended value for it?

    Regards,
    Koji Hamamoto
  • In reply to K.Hamamoto:

    We do not have full characterization for pull down resistor but 10K should be working. 

  • In reply to Mahmoud Harmouch:

    Mahmoud-san

    That value is very helpful.

    Thanks!
    Koji Hamamoto

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