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Part Number: TPS7A24
We found “R1 + R2 ≤ VOUT / (IFB × 100)” in datasheet.
However, we would like to know the individual limit of R1 and R2 because use the following condition.
Could you please let us know if you have any concern for the following resistor values?
R1 is 1Mohm
R2 is 120kohm
Target VOUT is around 11.5V
*We would like to use large resistor because decrease the consumption current.
The nominal IFB current is 10nA so with R1 = 1Mohm and R2 = 120kOhm we have
Since your solution has R1+R2=1.12MOhm is meeting the limitation highlight in equation 3:
The reason for this constraint on the feedback resistors is simply that we like to see the current leakage through R1+R2 be strong enough to swamp out any leakage into the FB pin as this could impact output regulation accuracy.
I hope this answers your question.
John Cummings 蔣康明Texas Instruments 德洲儀器Johncummings@ti.com
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In reply to JCHK:
Thank you for your prompt reply.
I greatly appreciate your cooperation.
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