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App note: Hiccup-mode current limiting

Sunday, July 20th, 2014

This is fairly old but interesting over current protection using Hiccup-mode from Microsemi. PDF here. Hiccup-mode is a method of operation in a power supply whose purpose is to protect the power supply from being damaged during an over-current fault condition. It also enables the power supply to restart when...

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