Part Number: ISO3086
Please cooperate in investigating the cause.
Although the input waveform is constant, output ripple occurs at lower temperatures.
The ripple is almost invisible at room temperature, but the output ripple increases at -5℃ → -10℃ → -20℃.
Let me know what causes.
I'm sorry to hear about this problem however I will need much more information to be able to help. What do you man by output ripple? Are you referring to something on the bus lines? Would you be able to provide scope shots of this ripple? Can you provide a schematic? I need to know if there are any external components on the bus lines.
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In reply to Kenji Ohno1:
Yes you can send me the waveforms to my email and we can continue the discussion with email as well. However, I will still need answers to my other questions. Also I will need know what you mean by input and output for this device.
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