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MAX 10 FPGA - power supply with plateau

ericmtzr
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We are using the MAX 10 FPGA and came across an ominous message in the configuration guide regarding monotonic power ramp. Here is the statement in the m10_datasheet-683794-666319.pdf:

Recommended Operating Conditions
This section lists the functional operation limits for the AC and DC parameters for Intel MAX 10 devices. The tables list the
steady-state voltage values expected from Intel MAX 10 devices. Power supply ramps must all be strictly monotonic, without
plateaus.

What is the impact if there is a plateau?

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Farabi
Employee
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Hello, 

 

The impact if the power ramp up is not monotonous is POR circuit will not release the device out from reset mode to enter next mode which is configuration mode. 

If device in reset mode, it will keep redoing the power cycle until the power ramp up is monotonous. 

 

regards,
Farabi

Farabi
Employee
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Hello, 

 

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regards,

Farabi

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