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taghc_3472621
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I am powering my CYBLE-214009-00 chip through a source selector. I believe when the source selector switches from one voltage source to the next, there is a voltage dip in the output voltage of the source selector (input VDD of my CYBLE chip) and the chip resets.

I want to stop this reset from happening, which is why I'm wondering if I can change the Brown Out Detection voltage somehow.

Open to any other suggestions.

Thanks

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GyanC_36
Employee
Employee
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Hi,

   I would recommend to use a cap as a solution for this issue. It is not possible/recommended to change the BOD voltage because it might cause the application corruption ( Flash etc) on operating at a voltage lower than the minimum operating voltage of chip.

-Gyan

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GyanC_36
Employee
Employee
250 replies posted 100 replies posted 50 replies posted

Hi,

   I would recommend to use a cap as a solution for this issue. It is not possible/recommended to change the BOD voltage because it might cause the application corruption ( Flash etc) on operating at a voltage lower than the minimum operating voltage of chip.

-Gyan