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PWRONRSTn input terminal should be taken low, which stops all internal clocks before power supplies are turned off. All other external clocks to the device should be shut off.
The preferred way to sequence power down is to have all the power supplies ramped down sequentially in the exact reverse order of the power-up sequencing. In other words, the power supply that has been ramped up first should be the last one that is ramped down. This ensures there would be no spurious current paths during the power-down sequence. The VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT power supply must ramp down after all 3.3-V VDDSHVx [x=1-11] power supplies.
If it is desired to ramp down VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT and VDDSHVx [x=1-11] simultaneously, it should always be ensured that the difference between VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT and VDDSHVx [x=1-11] during the entire power-down sequence is <2 V. Any violation of this could cause reliability risks for the device. Further, it is recommended to maintain VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT ≥1.5V as all the other supplies fully ramp down to minimize in-rush currents.
If none of the VDDSHVx [x=1-11] power supplies are configured as 3.3 V, the VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT power supply may ramp down along with the VDDSHVx [x=1-11] supplies or after all the VDDSHVx [x=1-11] supplies have ramped down. TI recommends maintaining VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT ≥1.5V as all the other supplies fully ramp down to minimize in-rush currents.
When using simplified power-down sequence, there are no power-down requirements between the VDDS, VDDS_CLKOUT and VDDSHVx [x=1-11] supplies and are ramped down together without any reliability concerns.