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LM2731: Can SHDN pin do soft-start function?
Part Number: LM2731
I use LM2731 in my design.
I want to slow start to reduce inrush current on the power supply when power on,
I add RC on the SHDN pin.
the R=47k, C=1UF，the input power is 5V, output is 12V,I want to delay ~20ms to start up when power on,
Could you help to review and give your comments,
Could you give your solution ?
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In reply to Richard Fu22:
Thanks for you support.
Can I precisely control the SHDN delay timing?
The Vin is powered first and put SHDN low, after delaying 20ms,put SHDN to high. Is it ok?
In reply to kevin p:
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If it may help, I think this may be doable, but the timing will have to be done very carefully.
Below is soft start circuit for non synchronous boost converter that has not built-in soft start function.
During the start up, power supply Vin starts charges soft start capacitor C1 through resistor R1, Diode D1 and bottom feedback resistor. Since the initial capacitor voltage is 0V, the FB pin voltage at start up is high so the device duty cycle is very small. When C1 voltage rises up, the FB pin voltage decreases slowly. Finally the C1 is charged up to Vin and boost converter works.
Once the device is shutdown, D2 is the used to help discharge C1.
Regards,Zack LiuBoost Converter Solution
In reply to Zack Liu:
Thanks for you quickly response.
Is the circuit reliability when power on and power off repeately?
Could you recommend the MPN of D1 and D2,is the MBR0530 ok for this circuit?
How to calculate the startup time? If R1 is 10K,C1 is 1UF,VIN=5V,VOUT=7V,the rise time on the power supply VIN is ~2ms,
I want to calculate the time from VIN to VOUT rise up to7V.
Could you give the calculation formula to me.
A 30V/100-500mA current rating diode would be sufficient because these diode only work during start up and shutdown.
The startup time is related to the output capacitance. A big output capacitance cause long start up time. Have you determined the Cout value?
The Cout value is 20uF.
I can do a bench test next week. I'll let you know once the I complete the test.
Maybe I needn't add soft start function on the LM2731,I only want LM2731 to delay startup when the power on.
I want to reduce the inrush current when power on, due to there are several LDOs, DC-DCs in my design.
I want to start each power according to the timing sequence.
Can I precisely control the SHDN delay timing?The Vin of LM2731 is powered on firstly and the SHDN pin is low, after delaying 20ms,I put the SHDN pin to high. Is it ok?
Please help to review and give your commends.
BTW,if I add soft start function, Is it reliable to delay output? Will there be other issues？
There may be some misunderstandings, I clarify it.
I needn't want to add soft start function on the LM2731,I only want LM2731 to delay startup when the power on.
I want to start each power according to the timing sequence. There are two ways as below.
1. Can I precisely control the SHDN delay timing? The Vin of LM2731 is powered on firstly and the SHDN pin is low, after delaying ~20ms,I put the SHDN pin to high. Is it ok?
2. I want to add RC on the SHDN pin, please refer LM2731_SCH as the attachment, Is it ok?
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