3.3V source supply’s a 10 Ohm series resistor suppling the TMP100 V+ pin. Additionally a 0.01uF capacitor and 0.1uF capacitor connects to the V+ pin and GND.
We are analyzing single point failures on the design and need to thoroughly understand how the TMP100 operates during worst case high current conditions in to the V+ pin.
The TMP100 Data sheet, Absolute Maximum ratings on page 4, do not show the maximum current through the V+ pin.
What is the “maximum current” that could flow through the V+ pin under a Latch-up, Fault or Short circuit condition?
On page 5, Power Supply section, the data sheet only lists Quiescent and Shutdown currents. The same for Figure 5.
What is the worst case “Short Circuit”, “Fault Current” or “Latchup Current” that could flow through the V+ pin?
Again, the data sheet has no information detailing what happens when the V+ Voltage drops during a Fault, Short Circuit or high current Latchup condition.
How does the part operate and recover under Fault, Latch-up or Short-circuit conditions with regards to the V+ pin?