I am Dinesh ,I'm using ADP5301 Regulator to generate 3.3V from battery supply and I would like to verify the design from Analog devices Application engineer.
All things are as expected from datasheet but I'm not getting about VOUTOK pin,where should it connect ,how to track this pin is low or high....
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Question: RE: Regarding ADP5301 by hyao
The ADP5301 VOUTOK pin is an open-drain power-good output. Connect this pin with a resistor, say 1MΩ, to a pull-up voltage as shown in Figure 41 in the datasheet. This power good signal can be used as an enable signal for other rails for example or connected to a LED from VOUTOK to GND for tracking Low or High.
You could also leave this pin floating to tie to GND if the Power-Good function is not used.