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MAX6400 Datasheet(PDF) 5 Page - Maxim Integrated Products

Part No. MAX6400
Description  μP Supervisory Circuits in 4-Bump (2 x 2) Chip-Scale Package
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Detailed Description
Reset Output
A microprocessor’s (µP’s) reset input starts the µP in a
known state. These µP supervisory circuits assert reset
to prevent code execution errors during power-up,
power-down, or brownout conditions.
RESET is guaranteed to be a logic low for VCC down to
1V. Once VCC exceeds the reset threshold, an internal
timer keeps RESET low for the reset timeout period;
after this interval, RESET goes high.
If a brownout condition occurs (VCC dips below the
reset threshold), RESET goes low. Any time VCC goes
below the reset threshold, the internal timer resets to
zero, and RESET goes low. The internal timer starts
after VCC returns above the reset threshold, and RESET
remains low for the reset timeout period.
The manual reset input (MR) can also initiate a reset,
see the Manual Reset Input section. The MAX6401/
MAX6404 have active-high RESET outputs that are the
inverse of the MAX6400/MAX6402/MAX6403/MAX6405
outputs (Figure 1).
Manual Reset Input
Many µP-based products require manual reset capabil-
ity, allowing the operator, a test technician, or external
logic circuit to initiate a reset. A logic low on MR asserts
reset. Reset remains asserted while MR is low, and for
the reset active timeout period (tRP) after MR returns
high. This input has an internal 50k
Ω pullup resistor, so
it can be left open if it is not used. MR can be driven
with TTL or CMOS logic levels, or with open-drain/col-
lector outputs. Connect a normally open momentary
switch from MR to GND to create a manual reset func-
tion; external debouncing circuitry is not required. If MR
is driven from long cables or if the device is used in a
noisy environment, connect a 0.1µF capacitor from MR
to ground to provide additional noise immunity (see
Figure 1).
Applications Information
Interfacing to µP with Bidirectional
Reset Pins
Since the RESET output on the MAX6402/MAX6405 is
open-drain, these devices interface easily with (µPs)
that have bidirectional reset pins. Connecting the µP
supervisor’s RESET output directly to the microcon-
troller’s (µC’s) RESET pin with a single pullup resistor
allows either device to assert reset (Figure 2).
Negative-Going VCC Transients
These devices are relatively immune to short-duration,
negative-going VCC transients (glitches).
The Typical Operating Characteristics show the
Maximum Transient Duration vs. Reset Threshold
Overdrive graph, for which reset pulses are not gener-
µP Supervisory Circuits in 4-Bump (2
Chip-Scale Package
Active-Low Reset Output, (Open-Drain or Push-Pull).
is asserted low when the VCC input is below the selected
reset threshold.
RESET remains low for the reset timeout
period after VCC exceeds the device reset threshold. Open-
drain outputs require an external pullup resistor.
Active-High Reset Output. RESET remains high while VCC is
below the reset threshold and for at least 100ms after VCC
rises above the reset threshold.
Active-Low Manual Reset. Internal 50k
Ω pullup to VCC. Pull
low to assert a reset. Reset remains asserted as long as
is low and for the reset timeout period after
MR goes high.
Leave unconnected or connect to VCC if unused.
Supply Voltage and Input for the Reset Threshold Monitor
Pin Description

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