Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Power Supply Management—Principles, Problems, and Parts

Determining whether a supply voltage is above a threshold or within an operating window—and powering supplies on or off in the correct sequence with respect to each other—is vital for safety, economy, durability, and proper operation of electronic systems. This article discusses how power supply designers are using flexible supply monitoring, sequencing, and adjustment circuits to manage their systems.

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