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Part Number: LM5017
The oscillation of the switching waveform is seen during the review with the LM5017.Even if the values of RON(PIN4) and FB loop(pin5) are changed and the input is changed, the oscillation phenomenon does not change. It's like a jitter function, do you know how to solve it?Is it the normal operation of the LM5017 with jitter fuction?
Application : Aux power for MCUInput 48V~66VOuput : 5: 50mA 10V: 70mA
Waveform : Input : 48v
input : 66V
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In reply to Samuel Jaffe:
Thanks fory prompt reply.
I have changed the C5 according to your advice, but there is no change in waveform.
I'd appricate you reviewing the attached layout file.
And the customer wants to know if ic is damaging due to this oscillating waveform.
In reply to Hubert park:
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