|Manufacturer Part Number: TC75W56FU
|Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
|Part of Description: SoC TC75W56FU
|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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|Ios – Input Offset Current
|Pd – Power Dissipation
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Power-On Reset (POR) Circuits: Voltage detector ICs are often used to generate a reset signal when the power supply voltage rises above a certain threshold, ensuring that the microcontroller or other digital circuitry starts in a known state.
Battery-Powered Devices: In battery-powered devices, voltage detectors can be used to monitor the battery voltage. When the voltage drops below a certain level, it can trigger a low-battery warning or initiate a shutdown process.
Microcontroller Systems: Voltage detectors are commonly used in microcontroller-based systems to ensure proper operation within specified voltage ranges. They help prevent erratic behavior or data corruption that can occur when the voltage is too low.
Memory Backup Control: In systems with non-volatile memory that requires a backup power supply, voltage detectors can be used to switch to a backup power source when the main power supply is lost.
Automotive Electronics: Voltage detectors play a crucial role in automotive electronics, ensuring that electronic components and systems operate within the specified voltage range.
Consumer Electronics: Various consumer electronics, such as audio devices, cameras, and remote controls, may use voltage detectors to monitor and control power supply conditions.
Industrial Applications: Voltage detectors are employed in industrial settings to monitor and control power supply conditions in machinery and equipment.