I researched but I could not find anything like this, should I be worried about what is this symbol?
This schematic is a part of a board I'm working on, the part that regulates voltage from 2.6 - 4.2 Vin to 3.3 Vout. I got it from WEBENCH, and as stated there:
- The TPS61022 Device will operate in Pass-Through mode when Vin is greater than Vout. In Pass-Through mode, Vout is not regulated to the set Vout, instead Vout is Vin with the drop across the FET?s on-resistance and the DCR of the inductor. 2. This is a Boost Converter with 0.5V ultra-low input voltage. 3. The efficiency validation is done only for FPWM mode. Charts may be inaccurate for AutoMode at light loads and hence they are disabled for light loads.
Also on the page, Iout is described simply as Iout operating point.
I don't know which of those infos are relevant here really, but I hope some of it will be, since I have no idea what that symbol means it also does not help me on how to explain my situation much.
If there is more info I could add, I'll be glad to.
I thought it was some kind of Ampmeter? Is it just to symbolize output? I don't know.