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DCDC module recovery from input overvoltage involves a time delay?

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Hi,

On page 8 of the BCM4414xD1E5135yzz DCDC module datasheet, it says that the Input overvoltage threshold is 420VDC…..and then the recovery from this happens when vin falls to 405VDC.
Does this mean that the module resumes into full operation as soon as its vin falls to 405v, or is there some additional time delay added aswell…eg the 290ms “Auto restart time”?
The datasheet doesn’t make it clear…

BCM4414xD1E5135yzz datasheet
http://www.vicorpower.com/documents/datasheets/ds_BCM4414xD1E5135yzz.pdf
 

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Always a good idea to read the manual completely. Review page 13.
 
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Thanks, it is indeed straight away...ie no delay
 

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