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DRV10975: DRV10974 EVM

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Part Number: DRV10975

We using of TIDA-01373 for writing DRV10975.

TIDA-01373 can supply 12v ~ 24v power.

And 22v or more is required to write the EEPROM of the DRV10.

However, DRV10975 has a Vinmax of 23v and is listed in the data sheet.

Do we have to use 22 ~ 23v when writing the EEPROM for this ?

Is it okay to recognize that writing to EEPROM with a voltage of 24v will break this units?

Best Regards, BANE

  • Hi Akaba-san,

    It is recommended to use 22V for programming EEPROM. EEPROM IP should be able to withstand 24V Vcc during EEPROM programming and this is not an issue. There will be no EOS concerns.  

    Regards,

    Vishnu

  • In reply to Vishnu Balaraj:

    Vish-san

    Thanks you for your reply.

    Can you check the maximum voltage when writing the EEPROM of DRV10975?

    Best Regards, BANE

  • In reply to Haruo Akaba:

    Maximum voltage will be 23V.

  • In reply to Vishnu Balaraj:

    Will the DRV10975 be damaged if 24V is input when writing to the EEPROM?

  • In reply to Haruo Akaba:

    Hi Akaba-san,

    We do not expect DRV10975 to get damaged when writing to EEPROM at 24V.

    Regards,

    Vishnu.

  • In reply to Vishnu Balaraj:

    Vish-san 

    Thanks you for your reply. 

    What is the maximum voltage when writing to EEPROM?

    Best Regards, BANE

  • In reply to Haruo Akaba:

    Akaba-san,

    Max voltage is 23V when writing to EEPROM but the device will not get damaged at Vcc=24V.

    Regards,

    Vishnu.

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