Part Number: TPS2660
My customer wants to know about the behavior of FLT.
The attachment is the graph of Vin, Vout, FLT, Iout when it was turned on.
Please let me know why the FLT turned low.
HayashiTPS26600 FLT .pdf
I have looked at the graph of the FLT behaviour and it is not expected to go low after powering up.
Can you please tell what is the pull up resistor from FLTb to 5V ?
Does the customer see this problem everytime he powers the system?
Does this happen in a special case? Please help to explain the scenario when the customer sees this FLTb behaviour.
In reply to Karikalan Selvaraj:
In reply to user5031980:
I have sent an email in this regard.
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