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The existing logic is intentional. The idea is that you should only end up in IDLE_PRI if there is an error condition or power is intentionally removed from the primary alternative…..in which case, you should exit back to Main IDLE unless power is applied to the secondary alternative.
I find issue here, please verify.
From IDLE_PRI to START_DETECT_PRI (18.104.22.168, Page 141 line 10)
The condition: !pwr_app_pri * pwr_app_sec doesn’t make sense that only if the secondary is powered we can go to START_DET_PRI.
The conditions should allow to move to START_DET_PRI in the following conditions:
a) !pwr_app_pri OR
i.e. the condition should be: !pwr_app_pri + !pwr_app_sec
!pwr_app_pri * pwr_app_sec
To: !pwr_app_pri + !pwr_app_sec
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