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Part Number: TPS53679
Customer wants to shorten initial set up data writing time to TPS53679 chip.
At present, it takes about one minute using the fusion digital power designer.
Are there any methods to decease this writing time, like gang writing?
Can you tell me a little more on how the customer is currently programming the TPS53679 please? I'm working with the GUI team to assist but we can't give a definitive answer based on your post.
Depending on the circumstances using the Manufacturing GUI or command line may be faster.
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In reply to Carmen Parisi:
Customer is using the USB-TO-GPIO of TI and writing on a customer own board.
He is now writing through a single controller, no multiple.
He is using a XML project, every time.
In reply to Yoshwa:
Thanks for letting me know. Is for a production environment or just general validation of the controller? I ask because it may be appropriate for a script to configure the part if it's for high volume.
Thanks for your fine support.
I got following customer working environment.
Their boards are on the production level.
Only one controller is integrated on their mother board.
So, they unavoidably replace their boards and set data using the USB-TO-GPIO every time.
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