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App note: Nonvolatile STANDBY/ON Switch

Posted on Sunday, May 7th, 2017 in app notes by DP

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Power status recovery in this application note from Maxim Integrated. Link here (PDF)

Using an electronically programmable voltage reference (DS4305) as a single-bit nonvolatile memory cell, this circuit remembers the state of a STANDBY/ON switch that changes state with no operator present.

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