Part Number: TAS2505
How to use software to enable TAS2505 to enter shutdown mode? Which registers need to configure? and What needs to be done to quit shutdowm mode?
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In reply to Ivan Salazar:
pull RST pin down, The power consumption is relatively large . Can you provided DEMO code to Enabling and exit shutdown modes?
In reply to DAVID CUI:
Customer had programmed according your reply.
They find VDD_SPK has below current waveform:
Y-Scal 50uA/div, min value:20.4uA, max value:107uA, average value:33.2uA
1. Why does this happen?
2. But they find LDO output is 0.5V. Is this right?( I had asked this question in https://e2e.ti.com/support/audio/f/6/p/732872/2705747#2705747)
Appreciate it for your help!
In reply to Rock Su:
Thanks a lot!
Looking forward to your result.
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