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I am seing an abnormal behavior of register VMONSTAT, for some reason (we still do not know why) the register is indicating that QVR (Voltage reference) is not ok, even though we know for sure that there is voltage on the output pin, also make not sense that the register is reporting that QT1 and QT2 (Trackers) are ok, when according to datasheet QVR is directly related with QT1 and QT2 in other words make no sense that QT1 and QT2 be working when QVR don´t.
This is what I am seing on VMONSTAT:
Also another question will be, whats the difference beetween VMONSTAT and DEVSTAT, because according to Errata Sheet
Rev. 3.0, VMONSTAT is only indication when a voltage is enable (not if is out of range) and this seems to be the same as DEVSTAT, in the situation descripted above this is what I see on DEVSTAT:
From my point of view make no sese that DEVSTAT is reporting VREF as "enable" but VMONSTAT is reporting it as "Not enable"Show Less
I use M1_ IMC101t and M1_ IM241 official development board debugging motor, for the hardware part, I directly use Infineon official hardware.
The configuration parameters of the motor include resistance, ld, lq, KE, etc. I have confirmed multiple times with the motor factory that the parameters are correct.I use VF diagnosis to adjust vd_ Ext and speed can obtain stable waveforms.
However, when using the motor in practice, it was found that the current was very small and the motor was still unstable. I set the motor speed to 50RPM and adjusted issues 58, 60, 58, 64 kp, and 65 ki, but after trying for a long time, I was unable to obtain a FLX close to 2048_ M. How to make FLX_ Is M stable and like DC? How to make Flux_M be steady and DClike?
I was hoping to find information on the TLE7259-3 LIN Transceiver ability to convert 3.3v TTL to LIN.
I am looking at a product from MikroElektronika (https://www.mikroe.com/lin-click) that uses this transceiver. My use case would be installing this device between an ECU trace output and a LIN bus input on a data logger.
Hi Infineon's friends:
Attached is the schematic diagram of our TLF35584VVS2. The main control chip used in the EPS project is TC334, and the drive control chip is TLE9183QK
I'd like to ask you to help review our schematic below and help see where improvements are needed
Thank you very much
IMC102T datasheet states that it can controll totem-pole PFC.
Are there any examples of using TP PFC?
I can not find it in design software. Only reference is on IEEE article and
EVAL-M3-CM615TN, with no more information.
When I run ABIST of TLF35585 and meet a problem.
After the first step of testing of the unexpected to the interrupt generation, as the red box In My Side, IF.ABIST and IF.MON bits are both set.what are the possible scenarios for this story? thank you
In this step, for example I set ABIST_SELECT2 = 0x40 and the MONSF2 is 0x40 as expect.
We are using TLE7259-3 LIN Transceiver in Flash Mode. Due interrupts it is not always possible to get exact timing of switching sequence to switch to Flash Mode.
Is there a possibility to recognize to which mode the LIN Transceiver switched i.e. similar to NXP MC33662?
Or has Infineon an other LIN Trasceiver supported this feature?Show Less
We are currently running our TLE9180D31 3-phase bridge at 20kHz PWM frequency and would like to increase it but there is no specification in the device datasheet for this parameter, is there any specification or application information anywhere else about this parameter or is this an Infineon apps engineer question?
I am performing the radiation analysis of a product implementing the IRHG567110 and would nee to know its sensitive depth in order to be able to assess its sensitvity to SEGR/SEB. Could you please provide me this confirmation?
Thanks and best regards