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Part Number MIC8114
Manufacturer Micrel Semiconductor
Title Microprocessor Reset Circuit
Description The MIC8114 is an inexpensive microprocessor supervisory circuit that monitors the power supply in microprocessor based systems. The function of t...
Features
• Precision voltage monitor for 3.3V power supplies
• Specifically tailored to the AMD Elan SC400/410
• /RESET remains valid with VCC as low as 1V
• 5µA typical supply current
• 790ms minimum reset pulse width
• Manual reset input
• Available in 4-Pin SOT-143 Package Applications
• Portable equipment...

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