Analog Devices expands its supervisory circuit portfolio

Analog Devices Inc. expanded its portfolio of multi-voltage supervisory
ICs with new circuits for monitoring negative-voltage and over- and
under-voltage conditions. The ADM2914 and the ADM12914 quad-channel
voltage supervisors and ADM6339 microprocessor supervisor ICs enhance
overall system reliability by helping ensure voltage levels remain
within specified levels.

The ADM12914 detects over-voltage and under-voltage (OV/UV)
conditions with an accuracy of +/-0.8 percent over
temperature. The ADM2914/ADM12914 also includes an input-supply shunt
regulator that enables the device to be run off of higher-voltage
supplies, including 12-V operation in communications infrastructure
equipment and lithium-ion batteries used in hybrid vehicles.

The ADM6339 quad microprocessor voltage supervisory circuit provides
an accuracy of +/-0.8 percent over temperature and monitors up
to three positive and one negative voltage supplies. The ADM6339
incorporates internally pre-trimmed under-voltage threshold options for
monitoring 1.8-V, 2.5-V, 3-V, 3.3-V, 5-V, and -5-V supply voltages and
is available with one to three adjustable threshold options to extend
design flexibility.

ADM12914 and ADM6339 supervisory circuits are compatible with ADI's
point-of-load regulators, including the ADP1740, ADP1741 and ADP2102,
ADP2105, ADP2106, ADP2107, ADP2108, family.

Pricing and Availability

Product Samples Availability Accuracy Temperature Range Price each per 1000 Packaging
ADM12914 Now July 2009 +/-0.8% -40 to 125 $4.99 16-lead QSOP
ADM2914 Now Now +/-1.5% -40 to 125 $3.99 16-lead QSOP
ADM6339 Now Now +/-0.8% -40 to 85 $1.79 6-lead SOT-23

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