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Part Number: TPS50601-SP
We are using TPS50601-SP in Master-Slave Mode.
Vin=5v , Vout=1V , Iout= 6A
For this we are following below steps:-TPS50601-PARALLEL.pdf
These points are from application note "TPS54620 Parallel Operation".
Are these steps right or do we need to use separate feedback divider for output at both TPS50601-SP and same for COMP,EN etc and then shorted these pins.
Also in EVAL board of TPS50601-SP Schottky diodes are used from Vin to Boot and PH to Gnd. Are schottky diodes compulsory or we can ignore them?
Attached is the schematic please review it and share your comments.
Early response will be highly appreciated.
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In reply to Javier Valle:
Hi Javier, Thanks for a quick reply. I have a one more question. In eval board diode used is B230-13-F which has current rating of 2A. Actually, we are already using a schottky diode MELF package in our design for other purpose which has current rating of 1A. Can we use the same diode with 1A current rating for connecting it to PH of TPS50601 to gnd?
As mentioned before Iout is 6A at 1V. Thanks
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