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TPS2660: Undervoltage Lockout and Overvoltage Protection

Part Number: TPS2660


The TPS26600 data sheet says for Vin=24 that the internal default overvoltage protection is 33V and undervoltage lockout is 15V:

"The UVLO and the OVP pins can also be connected to the RTN pin to enable the internal default V(OV) = 33 V and V(UV) = 15 V."

Are the internal default OVP and UVLO voltages independent of the input voltage (Vin) or do they scale according to Vin?

For example, with Vin = 48V the thresholds would scale to V(OV) = 33V x 48V/24V = 66V, and V(UV) = 15V x 48V/24V = 30V.