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I'm curious as to what the difference is between these two devices and what are the best tools TI offers to aid in evaluation.It seems as though the 'UCD90SEQ64EVM-650' supports the UCD90160 but does it also support the A version?
Let me know! Thanks for your time.
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In reply to Zhiyuan Hu:
In reply to bob moss45:
Improvements From UCD9090 and UCD90160.pdfHi Bob
Please see the attached file
TI Power Sequencer
Fusion GUI 7.0 for UCD90xxx
UCD90320 PMBus Command Reference Manual
UCD90xxx PMbus Command Reference Manual
In reply to yihe:
will program files made for non-A parts still properly program an "A" part?
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