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Part Number: TFP410
My customer would like to know the current consumption of DVDD in TFP410.They checked current of DVDD, TVDD and PVDD of TFP410 in 3.3V output swing and 1.8V output swing cases. (Off course, the customer changed VREF Voltage to DVDD in 3.3V swing or 0.9V in 1.8V swing) The customer get the result as below.DVDD current consumption 16mA in 3.3V swing 35mA in 1.8V swingTVDD and PVDD ware not changed by output swing level.Is this result correct behavior of TFP410? The customer is concerned with their mistaking their schematics around TFP410.Note the customer condition BUS WIDTH： 24bit LATCH MODE： Single-edge CLOCK MODE： Single-ended CLOCK EDGE： failing edge Vref： 3.3V or 0.9VYour help would be so appreciated.Best Regards,Akihisa Tamazaki
In reply to Elias Villegas M.:
I see. Thank you for your answer.
Sorry for my response delayed.
Best Regards,Akihisa Tamazaki
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