Evaluation Kit for the MAX16136

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MAX16136 evaluation kit (EV kit) is fully tested and assembled circuit that demonstrates the capabilities of the MAX16136, a high-precision reset IC offering window-threshold and window-watchdog monitoring. The MAX16136 EV kit is designed to facilitate the evaluation of various features of the MAX16136 such as input overvoltage/ undervoltage faults, window-watchdog violation, and active-low OV latching/unlatching capability. The MAX16136 EV kit operates over the automotive temperature range.

The reset signal at active-low RST asserts low when the voltage at IN falls outside of the overvoltage/undervoltage windowthreshold settings. An overvoltage signal at active-low OV latches low to indicate overvoltage condition at IN and a watchdog output signal at active-low WDO pulses low when the signal period at WDI falls outside of the window-watchdog timing. The EV kit also features a push-button switch at active-low CLR to unlatch the overvoltage fault output (active-low OV). Two indicators, OV_STATUS LED and UV_STATUS LED, provide visual fault status at the input for overvoltage and undervoltage conditions.

Key Features

  • 3.3V Nominal Input Threshold Voltage
  • ±4% Undervoltage/Overvoltage Thresholds with Respect to Nominal Input Threshold
  • 8ms(tWD_F)/80ms (tWD_S) Window-Watchdog Timeout
  • 10ms Reset Timeout for Active-Low RST signal
  • Reset LED Indicator
  • Overvoltage Fault LED Indicator
  • Clear Fault Input Push-Button Switch
  • -40°C to +125°C Operating Temperature Range
  • Proven 2-Layer 2oz Copper PCB Layout
  • Demonstrates Compact Solution Size
  • Fully Assembled and Tested


  • Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • Automotive
  • Multivoltage ASICs
  • Servers
  • Storage Equipment
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