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Part Number: TPS7A83A
TPS7A83A works as a ANY-OUT operation. and currently, the SNS pin in connected directly to the output pin 1 on both schematic and layout. but the real remote load voltage is low than expected for path loss. so is it possible connect SNS pin to the remote load directly for more accuracy feed back to error amplifier? in this case, can output be improved a little bit when connect SNS to the remote load point?
Thank you very much.
Yes, when using in any-out operation, SNS should be connected directly to the load side to improve the accuracy during heavy load.
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