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Q: TPS63700 - UVLO behaviour by 1067765
in datasheet of TPS63700 on page 12 describing 'Undervoltage Lockout' it's not really clear what happens with device after UV is detected.
"The device is automatically shuts down the converter" but how can this part be recovered/restarted? By switching off device or toggling EN pin? Or when Input voltage came out of UV?
A: Re: TPS63700 - UVLO behaviour by 1785953
I have tested the UVLO on the TPS63700 and it operates as specified in the data sheet. The IC shuts down when the voltage drops below ~2.35V and then restarts as soon as the voltage once again rises above ~2.35V. As long as EN is enabled the chip will restart. There is no need to toggle EN.
The screen shot below illustrates the behavior. Vin and EN are tied together in this example.
Please let me know if you have further questions.
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