I'm powering a circuit from a buck converter. I've seen that many buck/boost converters (for example, TPS62177) have a
PG or power good output signal which indicates when the device has managed to regulate its output to the desired voltage.
I am not a power management expert but I'm curious, what could go wrong if I simply disregard the power good output? When do I need to use it and how should I do it properly?
Thanks in advance for your answers!