Yes the ADP2303 is supported by ADIsimPower. What's your min/max input voltage, Vout, and max Iout for the design that the ADP2303 didn't show up in as a solution?
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A ADP2303 provides the power of an AD1974 @ 16kHz in my circuit. But when I listen to the audio a weird tone is hearable. This tone seems to be introduced by the ADP2303 (the tone changes when I change inductor value).
The current setup is: Vin…
I'm afraid that the ADP2303 LTSpice model doesn't support inverting configuration simulation, although the actual part can work under this configuration.
Is the exposed pad of ADP2303 internally connected to GND pin? Or floating ?
Which should the exposed pad externally connected to in 'inverting' configuration, system ground ? or GND pin level?
I'm afraid there is large voltage spike on the input pin of the ADP2302 when connecting the battery terminals to the ADP2302 board terminals. Could you capture the voltage waveform on the input pin of the ADP2303 to see if there is large voltage spike…
here R10 from enable to ground is 10K. Power supply is 12V, enable connected to 12V. When i switch on the supply it trip. When I check the PCB Vin and GND are open. But Enable and ground is Shot. I measure the R10=10K resistor in PCB it shows 12 ohm…