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Part Number: TPS650830
Based on the setting of FLT bits, we can long press PWRBTN to trigger an emergency shutdown. THe questions are,
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In reply to Phil Yi48:
For Q1, what I am asking is, when PWRBTNIN is released after driven low longer than FLT, how much time it takes to recover from emergency shutdown?
In reply to Antony Lin:
The updated question is modified as below.
Now the customer is doing something as below,
The question is, after step2 is done to exit emergency shutdown mode, how long the customer should wait to do step3 to configure 0x31 to a new value? Customer test to add a 5ms delay, but it seems too short seems 0x31 in the end still be the default value. But if they tried to add a 3sec, then they can successfully configure 0x31 to the value they want. So, we need to understand what is the minimum delay required here?
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