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    Hi Schulz, tanks for your comment :) ...

    Hi Schulz,

    tanks for your comment :)


    Currently I don't have a chip to test but, from the schematic that you posted, we can see that, in the event of battery reverse, the main path that causes...
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    Hi Damon, I agree with you, but why Infineon...

    Hi Damon,

    I agree with you, but why Infineon reccomends to use a 150 ohm resistor in a lot of datasheets?


    Marco
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    Hi b123, first of all, thanks for your...

    Hi b123,

    first of all, thanks for your comment.

    Your porposal seems to me very appropriate, but what makes me puzzled is why Infineon suggests the use of a resistor that ends up to be...
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    It would be nice to have some more comments ......

    It would be nice to have some more comments ... :)


    Marco
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    Hi Luxun, the internal zener diode is...

    Hi Luxun,

    the internal zener diode is conducting because it is forward biased, i.e. with plus on anode and minus on cathode and then, in this situation, it acts as a normal diode.

    Please see...
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    High side switches reverse battery protection

    Hi everybody,

    I see that the Infineon smart high side switches provide battery reverse protection, by connecting a 150 ohm resistor in GND as a current limiter.
    Just as a reference see the note...
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