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Part Number: TLV1701
I have a question of TLV1701.
My customer is considering the mis-wiring protection circuit such as TLV1805-Q1 EVM.
They plan to design by using p-ch FET circuit like below.
Is there any concern that the customer have to consider to use TLV1701 instead of TLV1805-Q1?
Please let me know if you have any other device that the customer have to use.
The TLV1701 could be used, but it would require the use of a low value pull-up resistor since the TLV1701 is not a push-pull output. The low-to-high output (turn-off) transition time would be dependent on the time constant of the pull-up resistor and the gate capacitance.
The TLV1805 has a push-pull (sink & source) output that is is specifically designed to drive the gates of MOSFETS with peak currents up to 90 mA.
The faster the gate is transitioned, the faster the load is disconnected or connected.
Is there a specific reason they cannot use the TLV1805-Q1? The commercial version, the TLV1805 is already released.
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