The ADM1070 -48 V hot swap controller is designed for central office applications. The space-saving SOT-23 package occupies just 25% of the board area of an 8 pin SOIC solution. The device utilizes a linear current control method and protects the supply from in-rush currents (board insertion) and short circuits (board failure). The ADM1070 also provides protection during voltage steps associated with card re-seating. It current limits under all conditions.
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|ADM1070: -48 V Hot Swap Controller Data Sheet (Rev 0, 09/2002) (pdf, 336 kB)||Data Sheets|
AN-591: ADM1070 Hot Swap Controller
(pdf, 96 kB)
This App Note Describes Operation of the ADM1070 Under Various Hot Swap Insertion and Removal Conditions.
Webcast: Hot Swap Design, How to Get it Right
This webcast closely examines the components of a hot swap design and find out what's critical to getting it right.
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Temperature monitor measures three thermal zones
by Susan Pratt, Analog Devices, Inc. (EDN, 12/11/03)
|Power System Management (Spring 2007) (pdf, 1170 kB)||Overview|
|Hot Swap And Power Monitoring Bulletin (pdf, 3226 kB)||Solutions Bulletins|
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