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Power Supply Sequencing Simplified

Nathan Enger - Senior Applications Engineer Dec 7th 2015
Design Note 1037: Introduction Designing a multiple power supply system is challenging. The power supply designer’s workload multiplies with each additional supply rail. The designer must consider the dynamic environment of coordinated power supply sequencing and timing, generating power-on reset, monitoring for faults ...

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100V Micropower Voltage Monitor Provides Flexible Monitoring of Positive and Negative Rails Simultaneously

Hamza Salman Afzal - Applications Engineer Jul 22nd 2015
Flexible supply monitoring that eases design and provides high accuracy, at a low current cost, is in high demand in today’s power conscious world. Typical supply monitors comprise a comparator with a reference, and an external divider to set the exact trip points. Unfortunately, the divider can, itself, draw more current ...

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LTC4226 Parallel MOSFETs in Hot Swap Circuits

Dan Eddleman - Senior Applications Engineer
Gabino Alonso - Strategic Marketing Engineer
Mar 13th 2015
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Introduction While it is often desirable, and sometimes absolutely critical, to use multiple parallel MOSFETs in Hot Swap™ circuits, careful analysis of Safe Operating Area (SOA) is essential. Each additional parallel MOSFET added to a circuit improves the voltage drop, power loss, and ...

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