Yes, the problem seems to be solved. The sparking by connecting PCBA's together causes the TLV1805 to break. An TVS over the supply voltage and one over the output does the trick.
Thank you very much for the support!
Part Number: TLV1805 Dear Team,
what is the max voltage at OUT pin at high-z state? At supply voltage of 3.3V (V- = 0V)
It is planned to pull-up OUT pin with a 10-100k pull-up to 18V
Power-supply of TLV is only present AFTER the 18V
Datasheet 6.1 doesn…
Part Number: TLV1805 Dear TI Team,
We are planning to use TLV1805 as an oscillator (in the MHz range). TLVs' datasheet does not contain a design procedure to use TLV as an oscillator.
The link from its datasheet leading to an oscillator design (Engineers…
Part Number: TLV1805 I work for Lockheed Martin and we can't load 3rd party software without getting permission from the IT mafia. Can you please send me the .txt of the model for the TLV1805. I want to add it to my LTspice simulation.
Part Number: TLV1805 Hi,
I downloaded the TINA simulation for the TLV1805.
When I simulate the rise/fall times I get approx. 10 times larger values than the datasheet.
With a capacitive load of 1200pF I simulate ~1000nS, but the datasheet states ~100ns…
Part Number: TLV1805 Hi, I've a fixed current source of 500mA and a variable voltage supply between 0-20V AC. I'm aware of FET Vgs but that's out of scope for this question. Generally the voltage will be somewhere in-between and I'm not using PFC below…
Part Number: TLV1805-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV1805 Dear team,
1. When +IN>-IN, output = V+; when +IN<-IN, output = V-, right?
2. For the minimum reverse current, I don't know why we need to compute this value. Could you please help explain…