5V EconoReset with Active High Push-Pull Output

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The DS1812 (5V) and DS1817 (3.3V) EconoResets are simple three-pin voltage monitors and power-on resets that hold reset for 150ms for stabilization after power returns to tolerance. The voltage monitor uses precision temperature reference and comparator circuits that detect out-of-tolerance conditions and generate an active high reset.

The output has a push-structure capable of maintaining a valid output to 0 volts with a 100kΩ pull-down resistor. The low-power circuit has a quiescent current consumption of only 40 micro-amps.

The DS1812 replaces discrete components and saves space, particularly in the new SOT-23 package. EconoResets can benefit any system that requires reliable processor operation, especially consumer products like printers, HVAC, energy management, cellular telephones, PDAs, and set-top boxes.
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Key Features

  • Power-fail detection
  • Resets system during power transients
  • Push-pull active high reset
  • 150ms stabilization pause
  • Maximum quiescent current of 40µA
  • Operating ranges:
    • 5V with 5%, 10% or 15% tolerance
    • -40°C to +85°C

See parametric specs for Supervisors (1 Monitored Voltage) (250)

Part NumberReset Thresh.
Reset OuttRESETWatchdog FeatureReset Thresh. Accur.
min@ +25°CmaxSee Notes
DS1812 3.3 to 5.5
Active High
85ms to 300msNo Watchdog2.540
$1.22 @1k

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