I must be going blind I did not see that at all
jeese it's even in bold type
Didn't he say exactly that in the first post?
well picked henrik
it would have much easier to say ti sheet fig 40 vs onsemi fig 24 .
Pulling the ON/OFF pin on the LM2596 enables the regulator, both datasheets agrees on that. What low is depends on if you're using it in the inverting configuration or non inverting configuration.´
read it again
the way I read it ,it comes in fixed or variable flavours for output voltage not either /or
reguards shut down both are active low ie look at the circuits ........
Maybe I'm missing something but, negative, is negative. It is a function of the voltage divider on the output. This chip can be set to fixed or variable. This clearly was not my question....
in what way can you expect then to be equivalent. ?
you are not comparing identical devices one is a fixed output voltage version the other an adjustable output voltage version of the switcher....
Been away for a while, hope everyone is well. I've got a question in regards to the LM2596 INVERTING switcher. I'm brain frying over a "shutdown", or rather a "start up" circuit for...
You were correct, and it was a register I shouldn't have missed... ANSELx registers. I guess the 4620 default was digital I/O since it ran fine in the past on that micro. I would have...
You just have to be mindful of the size of the datatable.
As is, it takes 672 code words of space to store just the table.
There are ways to compress the table, but maybe for another discussion.