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Part Number: TPS65150
In the customer the GD output was not latched low when boost converter was stabled.The GD output was latched low when VGL output is stabled.In the customer sequence is the following.
Boost Converter in regulation ---> (about 3ms) ---> VGL output in regulation ---> (about 1ms) --->GD output latched low.
Does the GD output has delay?
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In reply to Brigitte:
In reply to Ryuji:
Hello Ryuji san,
GD is latched low as soon as the boost converter output is regulated and the boost soft start is completed. This can take about 5 ms. The second part of this condition is missing on the detailed description. It will be included in the next revision of the datasheet.
In reply to Diaara:
Hello Diaara san,
Thank you for the reply.Please see the attached measurement result.In the attached file, the GD output was latched low after 4ms from Boost output started.Is this correct operation?
Yes, this is correct operation.
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