|Manufacturer Part Number: MAX6377UR26-T
|Manufacturer / Brand: Analog Devices Inc.
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA MAX6377UR26-T
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
|Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen
|Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
|Analog Devices Inc.
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Used in microcontroller-based systems to ensure a controlled and reliable startup and operation by providing a reset signal during power-up and voltage fluctuations.
Integrated into embedded systems to prevent erratic behavior or data corruption during power-up and power-down transitions.
Applied in automotive electronic systems to monitor and manage power supply voltages, providing a reset signal to microcontrollers and other critical components.
Used in communication equipment to monitor and control power supply voltages, ensuring proper operation of microcontrollers and communication modules.
Industrial Control Systems:
Integrated into industrial control systems to provide a stable reset signal for microcontrollers, ensuring reliable operation in harsh industrial environments.
Applied in various consumer electronics devices to enhance system reliability by managing power-up and power-down sequences.
Used in battery-powered devices to monitor voltage levels, ensuring that the device operates within a safe voltage range.
Data Logging Systems:
Integrated into data logging systems to ensure proper operation during power transitions, preventing data corruption or loss.
Applied in medical devices to provide a stable reset signal for microcontrollers, ensuring the safety and reliability of medical equipment.
Power Management Systems:
Used in power management systems to monitor and control voltage levels, preventing damage to downstream components.
Instrumentation and Measurement Equipment:
Integrated into precision measurement and instrumentation systems to maintain accurate readings during power transitions.
Control and Automation Systems:
Applied in control and automation systems to ensure a controlled restart of microcontrollers and critical components after a power interruption.