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Part Number: TLC5947
I am using TLC5947DAPR in my current design.
I have connected BLABK, SCLK, SIN and XTAL signal to controller through Level Shifter and put the Pull up resistor (3.3V) on BLANK Signal in Controller Board.
At Output, I have placed Pull Up resistors (Pin#5 to 23) and connected to MOSFET through Inverter to keep the MOSFET OFF in default condition but some how when I power ON, the MOSFETs are ON for some time and then OFF.
I want to know the output pin condition of TLC5947DAPR at Power ON, here I have kept the BLANK pin High from controller board.
Kindly share the actual working condition of TLC5947DAPR at power ON i.e the status of each pins.
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Proper engineer has been assigned to look at it and will reply you soon.
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1) remove the pull-up resisters on the channels(R1-R22)
2) add a pull-up resistor at a BLANK_5V to +5V
then, the problem should be solved.
In reply to Shawn Ding:
Thanks for your reply.
I will check as per suggestion but I have one Question that As per Datasheet Out put Schematic Diagram is as per Below Image Figure 14..
As per my understanding, there should be Pull-Up resistor on R1-R22 as these are Open Drain Output because I am not connected LED on this Pin. I am using this pin to drive MOSFET.
If I am removing the Pull Up from R1-R22 then MOSFET will not be controlled through R1-R22.
Please correct if I am wrong.
In reply to alpesh borad:
If you use the driver to drive the MOSFET, the pull-up resister is needed.
However, you need to increase te resistance from 1.5kohm to 10kohm or above, to make the current is smaller enough when channels ON(5V/10k=0.5mA)
Thanks for your prompt response.
I will update the resistor value from 1.5kohm to 10kohm and test it again as per your previous suggestion.
After testing I will share the result.
Also ask for solution if there is any issue.
I update as per your suggestion and it's work fine.
Thanks for your guidance.
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