Manufacturer Part Number: MAX690ACSA+T Manufacturer / Brand: Analog Devices Inc
Part of Description: SoC FPGA MAX690ACSA+T Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: table_img Lead free / RoHS Compliant
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Product parameters

ManufacturerAnalog Devices Inc
Package / CaseSOIC-8
Mounting StyleSMD/SMT
BrandAnalog Devices / Maxim Integrated
Maximum Operating Temperature0 C
Minimum Operating Temperature+75C
Factory Pack Quantity2500
Moisture SensitiveYes
Pd – Power Dissipation471 mW
Supply Voltage – Min1 V
Undervoltage Threshold4.5 V
Width4 mm
Unit Weight0.019048 oz
Overvoltage Threshold4.75 V

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    MAX690ACSA+T Applications:

    Microcontroller Systems:

    Used in microcontroller-based systems to monitor the power supply voltage and reset the microcontroller during power-up and brownout conditions.


    Embedded Systems:

    Integrated into embedded systems to provide a reliable reset mechanism, ensuring proper initialization and preventing erratic behavior due to power supply fluctuations.


    Industrial Automation:

    Applied in industrial automation systems to supervise microcontroller-based controllers, ensuring system stability and reliability.


    Automotive Electronics:

    Used in automotive electronic control units (ECUs) to monitor and control the microcontroller operation, enhancing the reliability of critical automotive systems.


    Consumer Electronics:

    Integrated into various consumer electronics devices, such as smart appliances, to enhance the reliability and stability of microcontroller-based systems.


    Communication Systems:

    Utilized in communication equipment to monitor the power supply voltage and ensure proper reset functionality for microcontrollers, contributing to system robustness.


    Power Supply Sequencing:

    Incorporated into power supply sequencing circuits to ensure that microcontrollers are powered up and down in the correct order.


    Medical Devices:

    Used in medical devices to monitor and control the operation of microcontrollers, providing a fail-safe mechanism in critical healthcare applications.


    Data Acquisition Systems:

    Applied in data acquisition systems to supervise the power supply voltage and reset microcontrollers, ensuring accurate and reliable data acquisition.


    Networking Equipment:

    Integrated into networking equipment, such as routers and switches, to enhance the reliability of microcontroller-based control and management functions.


    Security Systems:

    Used in security systems to monitor the power supply voltage and control the reset state of microcontrollers, ensuring continuous operation of security devices.


    Test and Measurement Instruments:

    Incorporated into test and measurement equipment to supervise microcontroller operation and maintain the integrity of measurement data.


    Instrumentation Systems:

    Applied in instrumentation systems to monitor the power supply voltage and control microcontroller operation, providing a fail-safe mechanism for critical measurement and control functions.


    Power Management Systems:

    Utilized in power management systems to ensure proper reset and initialization of microcontrollers during power events.


    Automated Control Systems:

    Used in automated control systems to supervise and manage the reset state of microcontrollers, ensuring the reliability of control processes.


    Telecommunications Equipment:

    Integrated into telecommunications equipment to monitor the power supply voltage and control microcontroller-based functions, enhancing the overall reliability of communication systems.