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Details for TCM809RVNB713 by Microchip Technology
TCM809
TCM809RVNB713
Buy Directly from Microchip Technology Inc (215500 in stock) $0.3400
Microprocessor 2.63V Reset Monitor
TCM809RVNB713 image

TCM809RVNB713 by Microchip Technology

Microprocessor 2.63V Reset Monitor
Features
Precision VDD Monitor for 3.0V, 3.3V, 5.0V
Nominal System V Supplies
140msec Guaranteed Minimum RESET, RESET
Output Duration
RESET Output Guaranteed to VDD = 1.0V (TCM809)
Low 12µA Supply Current
VDD Transient Immunity
No External Components
Description
The TCM809 and TCM810 are cost-effective system supervisor circuits designed to monitor VDD in digital systems and provide a reset signal to the host processor when necessary. No external components are required. The reset output is driven active within 20 µsec of VDD falling through the reset voltage threshold. Reset is maintained active for a minimum of 140msec after VDD rises above the reset threshold. The TCM810 has an active-high RESET output while the TCM809 has an active-low RESET output. The output of the TCM809 is guaranteed valid down to VDD = 1V. Both devices are available in a 3-Pin SOT-23B and 3-pin SC-70 package. The TCM809/810 are optimized to reject fast transient glitches on the VDD line. Low supply current of 17µA (VDD = 3.3V) makes these devices suitable for battery powered applications.
Specifications
Product Type:
Supervisor
Operating Temp. Range (°C):
-40 to 125
Vcc Range (V):
1.0 - 5.5
Nominal Reset Voltage (V):
4.50, 4.25, 3.89, 3.00, 2.85, 2.55, 2.25
Reset Type:
Active Low
Output:
Push-Pull
Typical Reset Pulse Width (ms):
140
Typical Supply Current (µA):
12
Temperature Range:
-40C to +125C
Alternate Descriptions
Microprocessor 2.63V Reset Monitor RS Components
Threshold Voltage:2.63V; No. of Supervisors / Monitors:1Monitors; Supply Voltage Min:1V; Supply Voltage Max:5.5V; Reset Type:Active-Low, Push-Pull; Digital IC Case:SOT-23B; No. of Pins:3Pins; Delay Time:320ms; Product Range:- RoHS Compliant: Yes Newark Electronics
Processor Supervisor 2.63V 2.5V/3V/3.3V/5V 3-Pin SOT-23B T/R Avnet America
Microprocessor 2.63V Reset Monitor Microchip Technology Inc
Microchip TCM809RVNB713, Voltage Supervisor 2.55 - 2.7 V, 3-Pin SOT-23B Allied Electronics & Automation
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Engineer Comments

Supply voltage transients are among the most annoying causes of undefined microcontroller behavior - they gain their bite from being, well, extremely difficult to track down. Microchip's TCM809 family is a nice workaround.

Using the TCM809RVNB713 microcontroller protection circuit requires you to connect it between the Vcc and the reset input of your microcontroller. The detection of brownouts then yields a reset pulse, thereby ensuring that the microcontroller remains in a valid state.

The main issue when dealing with the TCM809RVNB713 involves finding the right supply voltage. We look at the TCM809RVNB713, which has a switching threshold of about 2.63V - other versions, however, are also available.

Tam Hanna
Details for TCM809RVNB713 by Microchip Technology
TCM809
TCM809RVNB713
Buy Directly from Microchip Technology Inc (215500 in stock) $0.3400
IC RESET MONITOR 2.63V SOT23B-3
TCM809RVNB713 image

TCM809RVNB713 by Microchip Technology

IC RESET MONITOR 2.63V SOT23B-3
Features
140 msec Minimum RESET Time-Out Period
Indust
Low Supply Current, 9 u00b5A (typ.)
No External Components
Push-Pull RESET Output
RESET Output to VDD = 1.0V (TCM809)
Small 3-Pin SC-70 and SOT-23B Packages
Temperature Ranges:
VDD Transient Immunity
Part Information
TCM809RVNB713 image
RoHS Compliant
Description
The TCM809 and TCM810 are cost-effective system supervisor circuits designed to monitor VDD in digital systems; providing a reset signal to the host processor, when necessary. No external components are required. The RESET output is typically driven active within 65 µsec of VDD falling through the reset voltage thresh- old. RESET is maintained active for a minimum of 140 msec after VDD rises above the reset threshold. The TCM810 has an active-high RESET output, while the TCM809 has an active-low RESET output. The output of the TCM809/TCM810 is valid down to VDD = 1V. Both devices are available in 3-Pin SC-70 and SOT-23B packages. The TCM809/TCM810 are optimized to reject fast transient glitches on the VDD line. A low supply current of 9 µA (typ., VDD = 3.3V) make these devices suitable for battery-powered applications.
Specifications
Threshold Voltage:
2.63V
No. of Supervisors / Monitors:
1Monitors
Supply Voltage Min:
1V
Supply Voltage Max:
5.5V
Reset Type:
Active-Low Push-Pull
Digital IC Case:
SOT-23B
No. of Pins:
3Pins
Delay Time:
320ms
Operating Temperature Min:
-40°C
Operating Temperature Max:
125°C
Product Range:
-
Automotive Qualification Standard:
-
RoHS Phthalates Compliant:
Yes
MSL:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
SVHC:
No SVHC (15-Jan-2018)
Base Number:
809
Operating Temperature Range:
-40°C to +125°C
Supply Current:
9µA
Supply Voltage Range:
1V to 5.5V
Alternate Descriptions
Microprocessor 2.63V Reset Monitor RS Components
Threshold Voltage:2.63V; No. of Supervisors / Monitors:1Monitors; Supply Voltage Min:1V; Supply Voltage Max:5.5V; Reset Type:Active-Low, Push-Pull; Digital IC Case:SOT-23B; No. of Pins:3Pins; Delay Time:320ms; Product Range:- RoHS Compliant: Yes Newark Electronics
Processor Supervisor 2.63V 2.5V/3V/3.3V/5V 3-Pin SOT-23B T/R Avnet America
Microprocessor 2.63V Reset Monitor Microchip Technology Inc
Microchip TCM809RVNB713, Voltage Supervisor 2.55 - 2.7 V, 3-Pin SOT-23B Allied Electronics & Automation
Engineer Comments

Supply voltage transients are among the most annoying causes of undefined microcontroller behavior - they gain their bite from being, well, extremely difficult to track down. Microchip's TCM809 family is a nice workaround.

Using the TCM809RVNB713 microcontroller protection circuit requires you to connect it between the Vcc and the reset input of your microcontroller. The detection of brownouts then yields a reset pulse, thereby ensuring that the microcontroller remains in a valid state.

The main issue when dealing with the TCM809RVNB713 involves finding the right supply voltage. We look at the TCM809RVNB713, which has a switching threshold of about 2.63V - other versions, however, are also available.

Tam Hanna