Part Number: DRV595EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV595 Hi TI's,
While working with the EVM of DRV595 and going through its user guide, I found a small mistake in the value mentioned in BOM vs the value mentioned in Schematic.
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Part Number: DRV595EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV595 Hi team,
The customer has 4 DRV595EVM boards. He uses 4 different input voltages, there are 4 different output voltages.
All EVM boards are default setting. Please check the attach for the test…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV595 , DRV595EVM Dear DRV595 expert!
I have purchased the DRV595EVM module and was inteding to use it to drive a TEC module.
When testing the module seems to go into a fault state. It shut-s off for approcimately 1.2s…
Part Number: DRV2511-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV595 , DRV595EVM Hi,
we want to use the DRV2511-Q1 as a TEC driver. From the datasheet i looks like the IC is quite similar to DRV595 but better. (much cheaper but higher current)
We tried to use…
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We want to drive peltier elements. As input voltage we are fixed to 24V. I was hoping, that we could use the DRV2511-Q1 with a L-C filter at the output, the same way the DRV595 is implemented in the evaluation boad…
Part Number: DRV595 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: , DRV8412 , MSP430F5659 Hello,
I am using DRV595 to drive a 12v/7A peltier (1.9 ohm resistance). I am using DRV595EVM circuit design.
Operating supply voltage: 12V
Input voltage : 3.3V
When no load is…
Hi Alex, 26dB gain is 20X amplifier. The power supply for DRV595EVM is 26V, there is no boost circuit inside the power driver. So I don't think the output amplitude could reach 100V. Could you please double-check your setting? You can find more info about…
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Your question about closed loop accuracy is a little difficult to answer. Your tolerance seems much tighter than I've seen before, so I'm not sure if it can regulate that low. It will depend on…
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Is this your PCB or the DRV595EVM?
When the fault occurs do you need to cycle SDZ to restart? This will help narrow the type of fault.