Hot-swap integrated circuits prevent system failures by managing the inrush current during live insertion of line cards. These ICs also limit current during the normal operation of high-availability systems. Maxim's solutions are optimized for networking, servers, and storage and telecom systems.
To enable proactive maintenance and diagnostics, selected hot-swap products improve system reliability by integrating current, voltage, and fault monitoring over an I²C interface. Other solutions integrate a power MOSFET and current sense to simplify designs and reduce the total bill of materials (BOM) cost.
|Evaluation Board||5708||Evaluating a PCI Express Hot-Plug Controller|
|Evaluation Board||5675||Evaluating a 12V PWM Hot-Swap Controller|
|Reference Circuit||5043||Active-Clamped Forward, Dual-Output PD Provides High-Performance Solution for PoE Applications|
|Reference Circuit||4228||A Five-Channel (Three +V and Two -V) Hot-Swap Reference Design|
|Reference Circuit||3984||UL Recognized, IEEE 1394 Single- and Dual-Port FireWire Protective Circuits|
|Reference Circuit||2765||Flexible Fault Protection|
|Reference Circuit||2378||Handy Circuit Gives Systems Flexible Fault Protection|