TMS320F28335, TMS320F28334, TMS320F28332TMS320F28235, TMS320F28234, TMS320F28232SPRS439H–JUNE 2007–REVISED MARCH 2010Table 6-2. TMS320F28334/F28234 Current Consumption by Power-Supply Pins at 150-MHz SYSCLKOUTIDDIDDIO(1)IDD3VFL(2)IDDA18(3)IDDA33(4)MODETEST CONDITIONSTYP(5)MAXTYP(5)MAXTYPMAXTYP(5)MAXTYP(5)MAXThe following peripheralclocks are enabled:•ePWM1/2/3/4/5/6•eCAP1/2/3/4/5/6•eQEP1/2•eCAN-A•SCI-A/BOperational(FIFO mode)290 mA315 mA30 mA50 mA35 mA40 mA30 mA35 mA1.5 mA2 mA(Flash)(6)•SPI-A (FIFO mode)•ADC•I2C•CPU Timer 0/1/2All PWM pins are toggledat 150 kHz.All I/O pins are leftunconnected.(7)Flash is powered down.XCLKOUT is turned off.The following peripheralclocks are enabled:IDLE100 mA120 mA60mA120 mA2mA10mA5mA60mA15mA20mA•eCAN-A•SCI-A•SPI-A•I2CFlash is powered down.STANDBY8 mA15 mA60mA120mA2mA10mA5mA60mA15mA20mAPeripheral clocks are off.Flash is powered down.HALT(8)Peripheral clocks are off.150mA60mA120mA2mA10mA5mA60mA15mA20mAInput clock is disabled.(9)(1)IDDIOcurrent is dependent on the electrical loading on the I/O pins.(2)The IDD3VFLcurrent indicated in this table is the flash read-current and does not include additional current for erase/write operations.During flash programming, extra current is drawn from the VDDand VDD3VFLrails, as indicated inTable 6-67. If the user applicationinvolves on-board flash programming, this extra current must be taken into account while architecting the power-supply stage.
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Serial Peripheral Interface Bus, Texas Instruments Incorporated, TMS320F28335