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TOPIC: 3.3v power supply

3.3v power supply 2 years 11 months ago #34383

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I want to connect USBStreamer and TI's TIDA-01470.

TIDA-01470 needs 3.3v voltage.
Can I get it from USBStreamer?
If so, please share the pin information.

Thanks,
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3.3v power supply 2 years 10 months ago #34750

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I do also need 3.3VDD for my 8x ICS-52000 Break Out Board, maximum supply current 8x 1.5mA @3.3V.

Please, indicate, if possible, where we can get 3.3V from the board.

Thanks,
Pedro
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3.3v power supply 2 years 9 months ago #34872

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Dear both

Typically we wouldn't recommend it as it's not current protected and one can easily damage the USBStreamer. For that reason, to prevent failures in the field (few customers having sent back their USBStreamer with failed DC-DC converter), we prefer that you use an external DC-DC supply for your application.

Please directly contact our tech support team (support.minidsp.com) for more questions if any.

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