Part Number: LMG5200
Does anybody know if there is any difference between reference designs TIDA-00909 and TIDA-00913. It looks like it is a same desing, but the report focuses either on INA240 or on LMG5200. Am I correct?
thank you for the interest, that is a good question.
Your deduction is correct: those two design are fundamentally the same except the documentation and test report focus respectively to current sensing with the INA240, or on the power delivery using LMG5200.
Please reach out if you have any further questions.
In reply to Alberto Doronzo:
In reply to Mitja Nemec:
actually we have just made available a board that is mostly like TIDA-00909 which is BOOSTXL-3PHGANINV .
Have a look at it and I believe that this board should address your needs.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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