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Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC (1)

eFuse IC can be used repeatedly

Conventional glass tube fuses and chip fuses have a structure that stops the current by melting the internal metal with heat when an overcurrent occurs and then breaking the wire.
Therefore, it will be broken at one time, and parts replacement, etc. must be carried out in order to operate it again.
On the other hand, eFuse IC shown on the right can be used repeatedly because the current is detected with high accuracy by the internal overcurrent circuitry to stop the internal MOSFET from being turned off.

Basics of eFuse ICs

What is the semi-conductor fuse eFuse IC?
Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC (2)
Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC (3)
Comparison of eFuse IC performance with conventional fuses
Examples of applications where semiconductor fuses (eFuse ICs) are used
Overcurrent protection function (OCP)
Short circuit protection function
Overvoltage protection function (overvoltage clamp)
Slew rate control (Suppressing rush current)

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