|Manufacturer Part Number: MAX6820UT-T
|Manufacturer / Brand: onsemi
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA MAX6820UT-T
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
|Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen
|Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
|Package / Case
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Microcontroller and Microprocessor Systems:
The MAX6820UT-T is commonly used in microcontroller and microprocessor-based systems to ensure proper operation by monitoring the power supply voltage.
System Power-On Reset:
Provides a reliable power-on reset signal to initialize the microcontroller during system power-up, ensuring a controlled start-up sequence.
Protects the microcontroller from erratic behavior or damage by generating a reset signal if the power supply voltage falls below a specified threshold, preventing operation in an undefined state.
Used in battery-powered devices to monitor the voltage level and initiate a reset if the battery voltage drops below a safe operating level.
Commonly employed in embedded systems where stable and reliable operation is critical, such as in industrial controls, medical devices, and automotive electronics.
Integrated into automotive electronic systems to ensure proper functioning of microcontrollers and prevent malfunctions due to voltage fluctuations.
Data Acquisition Systems:
Ensures the proper initialization of microcontrollers in data acquisition systems, preventing data corruption or loss during power transitions.
Wireless Communication Modules:
Used to monitor and reset microcontrollers in wireless communication modules, ensuring consistent and reliable communication.
Integrated into consumer electronics devices to provide a reset function and enhance the reliability of microcontroller-based systems.
Applied in industrial automation systems to supervise microcontrollers and maintain system integrity during power disturbances.
Employed in medical devices to monitor and reset microcontrollers, ensuring the safe and reliable operation of the device.
Used as part of a power management system to enhance the reliability of electronic systems in various applications.