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Part Number: UCC28019
About the UCC28019 needs to provide VICOMP 6~7uA to avoid the problem of abnormal sound and I would like to ask 1. How was the value of 6~7uA determined? 2. What will happen if it exceeds 7uA, what is the highest acceptable current 3. What will happen if it is lower than 6uA, and if it is not connected, only the abnormal sound problem will occur 4. What effect will the additional current of V ICOMP have on the design and what should be paid attention to?
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In reply to Rock Shao:
This post is a repeat of posthttps://e2e.ti.com/support/power-management/f/196/t/913089.I will therefore close this post and you can reference the above post for a reply.
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