Maxim Integrated Datasheets for Supervisory Circuits and Battery Monitor Chips

Supervisory circuits and battery monitor chips are semiconductor devices that detect and monitor voltage levels in power supplies, microprocessors, and other systems.
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µP and Non-Volatile Memory Supervisory Circuit with ±2% Reset Accuracy
µP and Non-Volatile Memory Supervisory Circuit
3-Pin µP Reset Circuit with Open-Drain /RESET
3-Pin µP Reset Circuit with Push-Pull /RESET
3-Pin µP Reset Circuit with Push-Pull RESET
3.3 Volt MicroMonitor
4-Pin SC70 Microprocessor Reset Circuit with Manual Reset and Open-Drain /RESET
4-Pin SC70 Microprocessor Reset Circuit with Manual Reset and Push-Pull /RESET
4-Pin SC70 Microprocessor Reset Circuit with Manual Reset and Push-Pull RESET
5-Pin µP Supervisor with Watchdog and Active-Low and Active-High Push/Pull RESET Outputs
5-Pin µP Supervisor with Watchdog, Manual RESET, and Active-High Push/Pull RESET Output
5-Pin µP Supervisor with Watchdog, Manual RESET, and Active-Low Push/Pull RESET Output
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Manual RESET, Active-High Push/Pull RESET Output, and Active-Low Bidirectional RESET Output
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Manual RESET, Active-High Push/Pull RESET Output, and Active-Low Open-Drain RESET Output
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Manual RESET, and Active-Low and Active-High Push/Pull RESET Outputs
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Manual Reset, RESET, and /RESET
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Watchdog Input, Manual Reset, and /RESET
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Watchdog Input, RESET, and /RESET
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Watchdog, Active High Push/Pull RESET Output and Active-Low Biderectional RESET Output
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Watchdog, Active High Push/Pull RESET Output and Active-Low Open-Drain RESET Output
5-Pin µP Supervisory Circuit with Watchdog, Manual RESET, and Active-Low Open-Drain RESET Output
In applications with microprocessors (µPs) that have a RESET input, the MAX7705 is functionally and socket compatible with the TL7705, but requires no external components. It provides power-supply glitch immunity...
The DS1233A EconoReset monitors two vital conditions for a microprocessor: power supply and external override. A precision temperature-compensated reference and comparator circuit are used to monitor the status of the...
The DS1314 Nonvolatile Controller with Battery Monitor is a CMOS circuit which solves the application problem of converting CMOS RAM into nonvolatile memory. Incoming power is monitored for an out-of-tolerance...
The DS1705/DS1706 3.3- or 5.0-Volt MicroMonitor monitors three vital conditions for a microprocessor: power supply, software execution, and external override. A precision temperature compensated reference and comparator circuit monitor the...
The DS1707/DS1708 3.3- or 5.0-Volt MicroMonitor monitors three vital conditions for a microprocessor: power supply, voltage sense, and external override. A precision temperature-compensated reference and comparator circuit monitor the status...
The DS1811 (5V) and DS1816 (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...
The DS1813 (5V) and DS1818 (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...
The DS1814 5-Volt MicroMonitor and the DS1819 3.3V MicroMonitor monitor three vital conditions for a microprocessor: power supply, software execution, and external override. First, a precision temperature-compensated reference and comparator...
The DS1815 EconoReset uses a precision temperature reference and comparator circuit to monitor the status of the power supply (VCC). When an out-of-tolerance condition is detected, an internal...
The DS1831C multisupply monitor and reset monitors up to four system voltages: 2.5V supply, 3.3V (or 3V) supply, and two additional user configurable voltage monitors. DS1831 power for internal operation...
The DS1832 3.3-volt MicroMonitor Chip is pin-compatible with the industry-standard DS1232 and operates in both 3.0- and 3.3-volt environments. Like the DS1232, the DS1832 monitors power supply, software execution, and...
The DS1836 MicroManager performs three vital system functions. First, a precision temperature-compensated reference and comparator circuit monitor the status of the voltage on VCC and when an out-of-tolerance condition...
The DS2775–DS2778 report available capacity for rechargeable lithium-ion (Li+) and Li+ polymer (Li-Poly) batteries in mAh and as a percentage of full. Safe operation is ensured by the integrated Li+...
The DS2781 measures voltage, temperature, and current, and estimates available capacity for rechargeable Lithium-Ion and Lithium-Ion Polymer batteries. Cell stack characteristics and application parameters used in the calculations are stored...
The DS2784 operates from 2.5V to 4.6V for integration in battery packs using a single lithium-ion (Li+) or Li+ polymer cell. Available capacity is reported in mAh and as a...
The ICL7665 warns microprocessors (µPs) of overvoltage and undervoltage conditions. It draws a typical operating current of only 3µA. The trip points and hysteresis of the two voltage detectors are...
The MAX16046/MAX16048 EEPROM-configurable system managers monitor, sequence, track, and margin multiple system voltages. The MAX16046 manages up to twelve system voltages simultaneously, and the MAX16048 manages up to eight supply...
The MAX16047/MAX16049 EEPROM-configurable system managers monitor, sequence, and track multiple system voltages. The MAX16047 manages up to twelve system voltages simultaneously, and the MAX16049 manages up to eight supply voltages.
The MAX16056–MAX16059 are ultra-low-current 125nA (typ) microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits that monitor a single system supply voltage. These devices assert an active-low reset signal whenever the VCC supply voltage...
The MAX16060/MAX16061/MAX16062 are 1% accurate, quad-/hex-/octal-voltage µP supervisors in a small thin QFN package. These devices provide supervisory functions for complex multivoltage systems. The MAX16060 monitors four voltages, the MAX16061...
The MAX16063 is a 1% accurate, adjustable, quad window voltage detector in a small thin QFN package. This device is designed to provide a higher level of system reliability by...
The MAX16065/MAX16066 flash-configurable system managers monitor and sequence multiple system voltages. The MAX16065/MAX16066 can also accurately monitor (±2.5%) one current channel using a dedicated high-side current-sense amplifier. The MAX16065 manages...
The MAX17058/MAX17059 ICs are tiny fuel gauges for lithium-ion (Li+) batteries in handheld and portable equipment. The MAX17058 operates with a single Li+ cell and the MAX17059 with two Li+...
The MAX6301–MAX6304 low-power microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits provide maximum adjustability for reset and watchdog functions. The reset threshold can be adjusted to any voltage above 1.22V, using external resistors. In...
The MAX6316–MAX6322 family of microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitors power supplies and microprocessor activity in digital systems. It offers several combinations of push/pull, open-drain, and bidirectional (such as Motorola 68HC11)...
The MAX6323/MAX6324 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor power supplies and µP activity in digital systems. A watchdog timer looks for activity outside an expected window of operation. Six laser-trimmed reset...
The MAX6326/MAX6327/MAX6328/MAX6346/MAX6347/MAX6348 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor the power supplies in µP and digital systems. These devices provide excellent circuit reliability and low cost by eliminating external components and adjustments...
The MAX6332/MAX6333/MAX6334 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor the power supplies in 1.8V to 3.3V µP and digital systems. They increase circuit reliability and reduce cost by eliminating external components and...
The MAX6335/MAX6336/MAX6337 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor the power supplies in 1.8V to 3.3V µP and digital systems. They increase circuit reliability and reduce cost by eliminating external components and...
The MAX6375-MAX6380 are ultra-low-power circuits used for monitoring battery, power-supply, and regulated system voltages. Each detector contains a precision bandgap reference, comparator, and internally trimmed resistors that set specified trip...
The MAX6400–MAX6405 is a family of ultra-low power microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits used for monitoring battery, power-supply, and regulated system voltages. Each device contains a precision bandgap reference comparator and...
The MAX6443–MAX6452 low-current microprocessor reset circuits feature single or dual manual reset inputs with an extended setup period. Because of the extended setup period, short switch closures (nuisance resets) are...
The MAX6453–MAX6456 are low-power, dual-voltage µP supervisors featuring separate VCC reset and manual reset outputs. The dual outputs support both soft-system reset (interrupt) and hard-system reset (reboot) functions. The...
The MAX6711/MAX6712/MAX6713 are microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits used to monitor the power supplies in µP and digital systems. They provide excellent circuit reliability and low cost by eliminating external components...
The MAX6746–MAX6753 low-power microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor single/dual system supply voltages from 1.575V to 5V and provide maximum adjustability for reset and watchdog functions. These devices assert a reset...
The MAX6800/MAX6801/MAX6802 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor the power supplies in 2.85V to 5.0V µP and digital systems. They increase circuit reliability and reduce cost by eliminating external components and...
The MAX6803/MAX6804/MAX6805 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor the power supplies in 2.85V to 5.0V µP and digital systems. They increase circuit reliability and reduce cost by eliminating external components and...
The MAX6816/MAX6817/MAX6818 are single, dual, and octal switch debouncers that provide clean interfacing of mechanical switches to digital systems. They accept one or more bouncing inputs from a mechanical switch...
The MAX706P/R/S/T, MAX706AP/AR/AS/AT, and MAX708R/S/T microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits reduce the complexity and number of components required to monitor +3V power-supply levels in +3V to +5V µP systems. These devices...
The MAX793/MAX794/MAX795 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor and control the activities of +3.0V/+3.3V µPs by providing backup-battery switchover, among other features such as low-line indication, µP reset, write protection for...
The MAX803/MAX809/MAX810 are microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits used to monitor the power supplies in µP and digital systems. They provide excellent circuit reliability and low cost by eliminating external components...
The MAX811/MAX812 are low-power microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits used to monitor power supplies in µP and digital systems. They provide excellent circuit reliability and low cost by eliminating external components...
The MAX814/MAX815/MAX816 are high-accuracy microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits that provide power-on reset, watchdog, and power-fail functions. They eliminate manual trimming and improve reliability in critical applications needing high-accuracy reset thresholds.
The MAX817/MAX818/MAX819 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits simplify power-supply monitoring, battery control, and chip-enable gating in µP systems by reducing the number of components required. These devices are designed for use...
The MAX821/MAX822 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits monitor power supplies in µP and digital systems. They provide excellent circuit reliability and low cost by eliminating external components and adjustments when used...
The MAX8215 contains five voltage comparators; four are for monitoring +5V, -5V, +12V, and -12V, and the fifth monitors any desired voltage. The MAX8216 is identical, except it monitors ±15V...
The MAX823/MAX824/MAX825 microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits combine reset output, watchdog, and manual reset input functions in 5-pin SOT23 and SC70 packages. They significantly improve system reliability and accuracy compared to...
The MAX836/MAX837 micropower voltage monitors contain a 1.204V precision bandgap reference and a comparator in a SOT143 package. The MAX836 has an open-drain, N-channel output driver, while the MAX837 has...
These microprocessor (µP) supervisory circuits reduce the complexity and number of components required for power-supply monitoring and battery-control functions in µP systems. They significantly improve system reliability and accuracy compared...

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