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Part Number: LM22675
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I created a prototyping PCB, as voltage regulator I use the lm22675QMR-5.0/NOPB.
I when I measured the output voltage of the voltage regulator I expected to measure 5V instead of the 1.8V
Now I found out that I accidentally connected the Feedback line before the inductor, instead of behind it.
My question is, could this be the problem that I measure 1.8V instead of 5V? If not is there another mistake in my schematic?
Besides the issue you identified (with FB pin) your schematic looks OK. In general we suggest pulling EN pin to VIN thorough large resistor (for example 470k), see device datasheet for details.
As far as measured output voltage is concerned it is most likely related to the point where FB pin was connected. We suggest you modify the connection and re-measure output voltage.
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