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LTC4261 –48V/200W Hot Swap Controller with I2C and ADC

Aug 4th 2014
The LTC®4261/LTC4261-2 negative voltage Hot SwapTM controllers allow a board to be safely inserted and removed from a live backplane. Using an external N-channel pass transistor, the board supply voltage can be ramped at an adjustable rate. The devices feature independently adjustable inrush current and overcurrent limits ...

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AdvancedTCA Four Fuse Monitoring Application

Aug 31st 2005
The LTC4261 negative voltage Hot Swap controllers allow a board to be safely inserted and removed from a live backplane. Using an external N-channel pass transistor, the board supply voltage can be ramped at an adjustable rate. The devices feature independently adjustable inrush current and overcurrent limits to minimize stresses ...

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Part 1: 200W -48 AdvancedTCA Hot Swap Controller with I2C Input/Output Monitoring and Power Good Watchdog

Aug 3rd 2004
The LTC4261 negative voltage Hot Swap controllers allow a board to be safely inserted and removed from a live backplane. Using an external N-channel pass transistor, the board supply voltage can be ramped at an adjustable rate. The devices feature independently adjustable inrush current and overcurrent limits to minimize stresses ...

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AdvancedTCA with High-Side and Low-Side Ideal Diode-OR and Hot Swap Controller with I2C Current and Voltage Monitor

Aug 3rd 2004
The LTC4355 is a positive voltage ideal diode-OR controller that drives two external N-channel MOSFETs. Forming the diode-OR with N-channel MOSFETs instead of Schottky diodes reduces power consumption, heat dissipation and PC board area. ...

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Part 2: 200W -48 AdvancedTCA Hot Swap Controller with I2C Input/Output Monitoring and Power Good Watchdog

Oct 7th 2002
The LTC4261 negative voltage Hot Swap controllers allow a board to be safely inserted and removed from a live backplane. Using an external N-channel pass transistor, the board supply voltage can be ramped at an adjustable rate. The devices feature independently adjustable inrush current and overcurrent limits to minimize stresses ...

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