Part Number: TPS2597 Hello,
I have implemented the TPS25970ARPW for over current protection at 1.3A. The device goes into current limiting mode when the quiescent current is between 1.28 and 1.32A; however, if the load draws above this current value the…
Part Number: TPS2597 I have below design. When I supply Vin 12V and i load ~3A through efuses everything is working fine. Then i supply 14V to Vout make switch over. When i do that something wierd will happen to U4: when removing 14V and supplying 12V…
Part Number: TPS2597 Hello, we designen a board with two eFuses in series to meet the one failure requirements. So if one fuse wouldn't trip in a case of overcurrent, the second fuse should do.
As soon as we test a short circuit / overcurrent, the…
Part Number: TPS2597 Hi team,
Customer use TPS2597 in their circuit as input circuit protection. Their input is 12V, schematic as below:
During their test, they find 2 pcs get broken during 12V voltage plugged in, the part get burned.
Could you help…
Part Number: TPS2597 We are using the TPS25974L as shown in the circuit below:
We are running 2A through the circuit and I increase that to 2.8A. The eFuse trips within 100uS after the increase in loading. It should trip after 2ms.
Any suggestions why…
We are using the eFuse to control turn on currents in the rest of the circuit and minimize the current spikes seen by the battery. This is not a good as we had expected but good enough to satisfy the requirements.
Part Number: TPS2597 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS25947 Hi team,
Do we have such device to meet the customer's need?
Not lower than 21V. The key point is that the overvoltage point OVLO and the…