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Part Number: ISO7710-Q1
Hi,My customer has seen the short pulse on OUT pin during power supply ramp-up.Can you take a look followings and comment on it?* ISO7710-Q1* Schematics, see below* Waveforms, see below* Other findings: If customer put their probe on IN pin, then output puse disappeared.Thank you for your support in advance.Regards,Ken
Hi,I did quick waveform analysis. It seems that the ISO7710-Q1 start its default operation under VCC1:VCC2=PD:PU operation.In order to prevent this situation, customer need to use ISO7710-Q1 with F suffix or power device up at the same time.Please let me know, if you have further comment.Thanks,Ken
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