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'[EE]: Help! Need a sot-23 reset supervisor'
2001\04\20@094640 by Scott Newell

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I've got 100 boards coming back from production with a MCP-130 (notice how
I worked a Microchip reference into the post?) reset supervisor pattern
that's incorrect.  Does anyone know of a open collector output, active low,
5V reset supervisor that will fit the goofed pad layout?

The board is set to use a part with

    GND

+5         /RST


Of course, all the supervisors I can locate seem to be:

    GND

/RST     +5


Any help would be greatly appreciated!

(Other options under consideration include the old cut-n-jumper, bending
leads and mounting the sot-23 upside down, and tacking a to-92 supervisor
onto another the board in another location.  Ugh.)


thanks,
newell

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2001\04\20@095319 by t F. Touchton

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part 1 2101 bytes content-type:text/plain; charset=us-asciiDon't have the info in front of me, but Seiko and Telcom make SOT-23 voltage
detectors for reset duty... I believe they had different pinouts, so maybe if
you get lucky one will be right!

Scott F. Touchton
1550 Engineering Manager
JDS Uniphase


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I've got 100 boards coming back from production with a MCP-130 (notice how
I worked a Microchip reference into the post?) reset supervisor pattern
that's incorrect.  Does anyone know of a open collector output, active low,
5V reset supervisor that will fit the goofed pad layout?

The board is set to use a part with

    GND

+5         /RST


Of course, all the supervisors I can locate seem to be:

    GND

/RST     +5


Any help would be greatly appreciated!

(Other options under consideration include the old cut-n-jumper, bending
leads and mounting the sot-23 upside down, and tacking a to-92 supervisor
onto another the board in another location.  Ugh.)


thanks,
newell

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2001\04\20@185635 by michael brown

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Solder it to the other side of the board.

Michael Brown
Instant Net Solutions
http://www.KillerPCs.net

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> I've got 100 boards coming back from production with a MCP-130 (notice how
> I worked a Microchip reference into the post?) reset supervisor pattern
> that's incorrect.  Does anyone know of a open collector output, active
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