TLE9869 VDDP and Debug clock fall to zero cyclically when in Run mode(Not in debug mode)

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AmolKoli
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Hello, We see a weird behavior that the Regulator output VDDP and debug clock turn off and on again cyclically in run mode. Could you please help what can be the issue?

 

Update:

ADC channels were not configured correctly. Channel0 was updated in software but Channel3 was configured in Configwizard. Does that create issue?

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LinGuohui
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Yes, When you change the Target device, The Keil MDK will generate a new folder (include all .c and .h files).

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LinGuohui
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The phenomenon looks like entering sleep or stop mode and then being awakened.

Does your software include commands to enter sleep or stop mode?

“ADC channels were not configured correctly. Channel0 was updated in software but Channel3 was configured in Configwizard. Does that create issue?”

No, this should not be the cause of the problem you mentioned, it will only lead reading of ADC results incorrect .

AmolKoli
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Hello, 
Thanks for your response.

We just found that when we change the Target device in a particular project,

All the config Wizard settings are wiped out, so possibly the device specific default settings are applied to the config wizard.

Is that right?

We are actually porting our project from TLE9869 to TLE9867.

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LinGuohui
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Yes, When you change the Target device, The Keil MDK will generate a new folder (include all .c and .h files).

LinGuohui_0-1703732723746.png

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