Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Hello Sir,
Does TPS6594-Q1 support 5V input for VCCA while considering worst case?
The maximum threshold with 5V is 5.8V. And the minimum accuracy setting is 4%.
So the WCAS maximum threshold will be 6.032V which excluding 6V. …
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TDA4VM Hi engineer：
we took LEO power solution (tps65941212+tps65941111) for TDA4VM in application. A fault happened occasionally that is the board will be stuck at 31mA during…
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS6593-Q1 , hello,
I am considering to use TPS6594-Q1 or TPS6593-Q1 in our products, but I have three questions about them.
What are the differences between TPS6594-Q1 and TPS6593-Q1? I briefly took…
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Hi ,
I am having a power up issue with the PMIC TPS6594Q1 with 133A NVM.
Upon powering up the PMIC, OVPGDRV starts to come up for the PMIC but then goes back down to 0 while VCCA_3V3 sits at around .4 volts
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Dear team,
So if I give 5V to VCCA pin. nPWRON/ENABLE pin also has to be pull-up to VCCA right? But in my board, first voltage will be 5V and then 3.3V, these are inputs to buck and LDO of PMIC. But my PMIC sequence is LDO1 has…
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: USB2ANY Hi, TI support team
My client is considering producing an EVB using the TPS6594-Q1 along with a new SoC.
I understand that Buck and LDO output settings are possible through I2C.
If the EVB…
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Hi Michael,
It below link you mentioned errata draft is completed.
Could you help send the draft to my email? And also help update the errata status now?
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Hello,
Please clarify whether Data rise/fall times (Trd and Tfd) are input requirements or output specification. And please provide both, input requirements and output specification for Data rise/fall times.
Are the rise/fall…
Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Hi TI,
I am able to connect to AEVM controller the device ID 0x48 with SPI mode, but the connection failed with I2C mode.
All the jumper settings and expected voltages are correct.
Please give me the solution for the same.
so I can get a baseline on how to proceed from here. As initially it looks like we have two issues occurring an SPMI and the LDO4 error on PMICB.
An said: 2.Test case B: power on ECU 10s， power off ECU 40s.
We do it over 200 times and no issue…