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LMH1983: Power Down Function
Part Number: LMH1983
Hello, We are using the LMH1983 in an application where power consumption is critical.
As we need only PLL1 I am applying the next register configuration
Registers 0x2E, 0x31 and 0x34 = 0x08
Register 0x05 = 0x29
The rest of the registers has the default configuration.
¿Is this the best configuration to reduce the power consumption using PLL1 or does any other register configuration reduce even more the power consumption?
in some cases, we also need to powerdown the LMH1983. For that I am using the next register configuration.
Register 0x05 = 0x40
Same question ¿Is this the best configuration to powerdown the LMH1983?
Thank you very much for your support.
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In reply to Hao Z:
I'll try to help. This thread talks about powerdown bit: https://e2e.ti.com/support/interface/f/138/t/707816?tisearch=e2e-sitesearch&keymatch=LMH1983%25252525252520power
I can't put the full register map here but I may be able to provide more information on certain registers.
Thanks for your reply. I already read that thread before.
I understand that you can't put the full register configuration here but based in my first post, could we do anything else to reduce even more the power consumption?
In reply to Marcos Garcia:
It seems you are already powering down PLL2, 3 and 4 which is recommended to reduce current.
For power down bit set, 0x04 = 1, provides low current standby setting. For lower current you can disable the 3.3V supply input to shutdown the LMH1983.
There is some dependence of current on the output swing and loading capacitance in normal operation. You can adjust the swing in register 0x3A.
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In reply to Liam Keese:
For power down I guess that you mean bit 0x05 because 0x04 is reserved. We are already doing this.
We will try to change the output swing to see if that reduces the power consumption.
Thanks and regards,
Yes, 0x05 is correct. I hope the output swing can reduce the power to meet your needs.
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