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AMC1035-Q1: UVLO like feature?

Part Number: AMC1035-Q1
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: AMC1035, AMC3336, AMC1336

Is there a UVLO like feature in the AMC1035-Q1?

What will happen in case of Vcc<3V or Vcc>5.5V? Will the device report an error or will it deliver a wrong measurement?

  • Hi Tobias,

    By UVLO, are you referring to Undervoltage Lockout? If so, I am not aware if this feature is available on any of our isolated amplifiers and modulators so I will have to check internally. To my knowledge, the part will still be operational but we cannot guarantee data sheet performance outside of the 3V - 5.5V range. It is difficult to predict how the device will behave outside the recommended power supply range. 

    Are you or a customer intending to operate the device outside of this range? If so, what is the reason?

    Aaron Estrada

  • Hi Aaron, 

    Thank you for the quick reply! This is OK for the customer. 

    The reason for this request is probably to check, which potential failures are caught by the system.


  • Hi Tobias,

    I have confirmed that there is an UVLO feature on the AMC1035. it will be the same as our AMC1336 an AMC3336 parts.