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App note: Protecting 1-wire 5V slaves from overvoltage

Posted on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 in app notes by DP

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Here is a tutorial from Maxim describing how to protect your 1-wire slave devices from overvoltage.

If an application requires writing to EPROM devices after deployment, 5V devices need to be protected from overvoltage exposure. This article explains how to have 1-Wire EPROMs and 5V 1-Wire devices on the same bus, if the 5V devices are protected from the programming pulse.

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