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Part Number: TPS55288
I would like to set the output enable of TPS55288 to "1" without I2C control. Is there any way?
Is it possible to start output with the default output voltage when the power is turned on?
I already know that TPS552882 is a non I2C product.
I do not see any other possibility than writing the I2C to enable the output of the device. I think you need to switch to another device, if I2C is not needed.
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In reply to Brigitte:
Thank you for your answer.
TPS552882 does not have a product folder. Has sample provision started?
Are TPS55288 and TPS552882 pin compatible? Can I just replace it?
In reply to Kenji Ohno1:
TPS55288 and TPS552882 are pin compatible.
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