The ADM12600 sequencer is selected for controlling, sequencing and protecting loads from outliers and supply voltage dips. A total of 8 power supplies have been created.
The picture below shows that I am trying for a power supply named 27V to enter a value equal to 13.2 V in the parameter OV Warning Level but the fractional part is not entered, because the scale changes from 0 to 255V only integers, I need to enter a fractional value of 13.2 V. Why SOFT ADIPower Studio does not allow me to enter a fractional value in the form of 13.2 V for example? What is my mistake?
I tried to replicate the issue, but I was not able to do so on my side.
Can you please confirm/try the following:
1. Are you using the latest version of the ADI Power Studio (v 126.96.36.199)?
2. Select the 2.5V - 6.0V range and then select 6.0V - 14.4V range again.
3. Try typing in the voltage (13.2) in the OV Warning Level field, instead of dragging the slider.
4. If you are in online mode (connected to a part), try going to offline mode and check if you are able to set the OV Warning Level.
If you are still having the issue, please let me know and we can debug it further.
Good afternoon, Hopal,
I'll answer your questions first.1) Yes, I am using the latest version of the ADI Power Studio (v 188.8.131.52), you can see it further in the video recordings.2) I tried doing " Select the 2.5 V - 6.0 V range and then select 6.0 V - 14.4 V range again.", you can see it further in the video recordings.3) "If you are in online mode (connected to a part)", - no, I do not have a debug evaluation Board.
Dear Hopal, I have prepared 3 files for you so that you can see the situation as it happens on my desktop:
I recorded 2 videos from the screen of my PC so you can see what happens in Power Studio.
In file1 screen_video_01-try work in Test_ip.ssp.pptx.the zip contains a video where I try to configure the settings in a project whose source code you will find in file3 Test_ip.zip.
In file2 screen_video_02-created new project.here I show a video of me trying to set up a project from scratch to get what you brought in the picture in your previous answer.
Please look at these files, I think you will be able to easily understand what is happening with my Power Studio.
file1 screen_video_01 - try work in Test_ip.ssp.pptx.zip
screen_video_01 - try work in Test_ip.ssp.pptx.zip
file2 screen_video_02 - created new project.zip
screen_video_02 - created new project.zip
Thanks for the videos, they were very helpful debugging.
The issue is due to "," being used instead of "." for decimal. The GUI was designed to handle decimal to be denoted by ".", so when "," is used for decimal the GUI thinks it's an invalid character and exhibits the behavior that your are seeing.
To address the issue follow the steps below:
1. Open Region Settings by going to Control Panel -> Region.
2. In Region Settings window under Format Tab, click on Additional Settings ....
3. Change Decimal symbol to "."
4. Apply Settings.
5. Relaunch the GUI and you should be able to set the thresholds correctly.
Let me know if you've any further issues.
Colleague, thank you very much! It was the right answer, it helped me fix my problem. Now-all is well!