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Part Number: TPS40322
Sorry for selecting wrong part number,the correct part number is TPS40322!
We encountered two phase non-balance isse at start-up, The one of phase would damaged caused by non-balance phenomenon
The one would operate BOOST,the other one would operate BUCK ,pls see the figure as below.
Please give us some suggestions ,thanks.
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In reply to Excel Regidor:
Just a soft reminder. Kindly share the schematic diagram and PCB layout to help you better with your issue. I can contact you personally if you share your email address.
Please have a look as follows,thanks.
In reply to Steven Rogers86:
The only problem I notice on schematic is the compensation. TPS40322 is a voltage mode controller, type-III compensation is needed.
I'm not sure if the current imbalance is related to unstable loop.
Can you populate R624, C619 and C620, and check if the issue goes away?
In reply to Qian Chen:
Thanks for your suggestions ,it's helpful to us.
it's server panel application ,2 parallel server power as input ,we found the 12V input rising time would impact the TPS40322 normal power up or not.
The rising time of slower one is ok,and vice versa.
Could you tell us what kind of reasons would cause this phenomenon ,thanks.
TPS40322 power up ok.
TPS40322 power up fail
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