Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS25200, SN6501, INA180
The SN6505B has a current limit of 1.7A, which will protect the SN6505B from burning up. But isn’t that too high of a value to protect the other elements of the circuit such as one of the small 100 mA Wurth transformers? Is that current limit only useful when using one of the 1-Amp transformers?
I’ve considered using other current sense devices to protect the entire circuit (such as an eFuse), but I think I need to understand how the SN6505B's current limit works before discussing other options.
Thank you for the help!