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What happens if TPL5110 doesn't get DONE signal?
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What happens if TPL5110 doesn't get DONE signal?

by rfii on Mon Apr 12, 2021 9:12 pm

What does the TPL5110 do if it doesn't get a DONE signal before the next cycle is supposed to begin?

For example, say I have an arduino sketch that sometimes takes 30 seconds, but the TPL5110 is set for a 10 second cycle time. What happens at that 10 second mark? Will the Arduino be very quickly power cycled?

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Re: What happens if TPL5110 doesn't get DONE signal?

by dastels on Mon Apr 12, 2021 10:26 pm

Yes. the power will be disconnected for the last 50mS of the time cycle.

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Re: What happens if TPL5110 doesn't get DONE signal?

by rfii on Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:56 pm

For an M0, is there any general recommendations for working around this?

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Re: What happens if TPL5110 doesn't get DONE signal?

by dastels on Wed Apr 14, 2021 9:32 pm

I don't see that the MCU has anything to do with it. The use case is really to have your project wake up occasionally and do something quick, then shut down again. The project that wakes up and takes a few sensor readings now & then, and either logs the result or sounds an alarm as appropriate is a classic example. The TPL5110 excells at those tasks. There are some aspects of it's behavior that can make it problematic for other, albeit similar, uses.

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