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standby current consumption s32k312

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sai-bodhanapu
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hello, i am using s32k312, i a am trying to measure current in different standbymodes, i measuring current across the J10 jumper according to HW user manual. i measure different current from data sheet and power estimation tool. i disabled both FIRC and SIRC

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another strange thing is in HW user maual it is said that when the jumper is open it should not power the mcu but even when the jumper is open i can see the power on mcu.

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can you please tell me how to take accurate measurements with EVB.

Regards,

Sai Praveen Bodhanapu.

 

 

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Senlent
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi@sai-bodhanapu

 

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•Remove R303 resistor and shunt on J10, and then connect the multimeter on J10 for current measurement.

•Change the shunt on J18 header to 1-2 for 5V supply and 2-3 for 3.3V supply

 

some test result for your reference(base on s32k312 evb)

Current in RUN mode (3.3V supply) = 72.4mA

Current in STANDBY mode (3.3V supply) = 46.7uA

Current in RUN mode (5.0V supply) = 72.9mA

Current in STANDBY mode (5.0V supply) = 355.9uA

 

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sai-bodhanapu
Contributor I
hello @Senlent, i can see the R303 is smd component on the board. how can i remove it? and can we measure current accross the shunt resistance using voltage drop?
Regards,
Sai Praveen bodhanapu
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Senlent
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi@sai-bodhanapu

The voltage is very small, the accuracy of the multimeter is not enough

Here's how we measure it:
1. Remove the resistor, use tools such as electric soldering iron or heat gun,
2. Use a multimeter in series to measure the current on the circuit

 

 

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