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Part Number: LM22675
NOTE: device is U118
Your schematic looks OK. I notice that you have two instances of LM22675. Are they both having trouble?
You highlighted the one connected to your input connector; I assume that is the one giving trouble?
Can you send wave-forms of your startup. Vin, EN, Vout, and SW would be helpful to see during start-up and normal running.
What is your expected input voltage and normal load current?
I would look for the possibility of an over voltage on the input.
Be sure that you inductor is not saturating during start-up. It should be rated for the current limit of the device.
I have a few comments on the layout:
1. I would try to get a better ground connection between D35 and C1027/28. It looks like it is going down to a ground plane???
2. I do not see C1027. This should be close to the device; close to C1028
3. I would make the trace to C1024 and pin 1 fatter.
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In reply to Frank De Stasi:
No I got problem on U118 only.
All images refer to start up ,unless last one image, this refers to normally run.
All wave form are made with a load of 800mA and Vin 24 Vdc.
The normal input voltage is 24Vdc and with 600mA load.
Yes this is 24 vdc of industrial machines. I put TVS 40 V working, and 400uF electrolitic capacitor with some 100nF x7r to reduce disturbs in input
Looking waveforms I think inductor isn't saturated, however i am not able to measure in this circuit. (suggestions?)
The only differnce between this circuit and all others (many hundreds working fine) is the enable pin used, which is left floating
track yellow: switch
track yellow: enable
track yellow: first pulse
track yellow: normal run
In reply to Roberto Giannessi3:
I do not see anything wrong with the wave forms.
Can you indicate the location of C1027.
It may be that the device is overheating in some cases, even though the load is small.
This might be if the DAP is not soldered down well on some of the builds.
If you have a current probe you can lift up the inductor and put a small wire loop from the inductor
to the pad and clip on the current probe.
I've just received an board with the problem (burned chip),this case has burned chip with only 200mA load so I think it isn't a inductance problem.The DAP is soldered correctly and as picture shows the pin burned is the same yet; on this picture you can see the C1027 too.I haven't a current probe so I made a measure through a 0.5Ohm resistor,the aquired waveforms don't show any saturation, however I'll substitute the inductor with another one (code Wurth 744066470 1.85 A sat.).To remark the difference between this application and all others,whichfunctioning correct:this application use the 'enable' so the Vin value is already present at startup,all others the Vin rises during all startup, is this a trouble ?The output drives some incremental encoders externally via wiring connection,may some disturbance on this wires cause a problem to the chip ?If the problems will be come again even inductor change, the only soluction will be to create a new power circuit with a large input voltage and load characteristics, in this case can you suggest me a correct device ?
Thank you, regards.
C1027 seems a little far away. I am still worried that some kind of over voltage or spike is occurring on the input.
If your load is inductive (such as long wires) then a bad connection between load and the device may cause the output
voltage at the device to go negative. This can cause a run-away condition in the regulator.
I do not see any obvious issue that could be causing this trouble.
You can return the damaged units to TI and we can try to do some FA.
Let me pass this along to the responsible party.
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