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LT1640ALIS8#PBF - 

Hot Swap Controller, -10V to -80V supply, SOIC-8

LINEAR TECHNOLOGY LT1640ALIS8#PBF

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Manufacturer Part No:
LT1640ALIS8#PBF
Order Code:
2252784
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

The LT1640ALIS8#PBF is a 8-pin negative voltage Hot Swap Controller allows a board to be safely inserted and removed from a live backplane. Inrush current is limited to a programmable value by controlling the gate voltage of an external N-channel pass transistor. The pass transistor is turned off if the input voltage is less than the programmable under voltage threshold or greater than the overvoltage threshold. A programmable electronic circuit breaker protects the system against shorts. The PWRGD (LT1640AL) signal can be used to directly enable a power module. It is designed for modules with a low enable input.
  • Programmable inrush current
  • Programmable electronic circuit breaker
  • Programmable overvoltage protection
  • Programmable undervoltage lockout
  • Power good control output

Applications

Power Management

Product Information

:
-48V Distributed Power Systems, Central Office Switching, Negative Power Supply Control
:
-48V
:
-10V
:
-80V
:
SOIC
:
8Pins
:
-40°C
:
85°C
:
Each
:
-
:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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