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Part Number: TPA3110D2-Q1
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At 16V/14V/11V/9V, how does the temperature characteristics of GVDD change?
You mentioned that GVDD will change 6.4~7.4V at Vcc=12V/24V at data sheet.
In other words, will not the temperature characteristics of GVDD change according to Vcc?
According to our experience, the variation of GVDD across temperature is less than +/-1%. In the application, GVDD is basically used for PLIMIT. You don't need to worry about the precision of GVDD, it won't be the bottle neck.
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In reply to Shawn Zheng:
Your comment means that we should only treat the variation of GVDD as 6.4V~7.4V at data sheet.
Is this my understanding correct?
In addition, does the voltage of VCC have naught to do with the variation of GVDD?
In reply to Takao Yamamoto:
The variation of GVDD is within the spec. GVDD is from a high precision LDO, so in theoretically the variation of GVDD is not related to PVCC.
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