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Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC (3)

Simplify to acquire IEC62368-1 certification with eFuse IC
Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC

New product safety standards developed based on the concepts of "Hazard-based Safety Engineering (HBSE)" that prevent injury to humans, IEC62368-1

IEC62368-1 test details

  • Continuous operation test at maximum load
  • Continuous operation test under output short circuit condition
  • Continuous Output Short Circuit Test
  • Continuous operation test under overcurrent protection status


By obtaining this standard, To reduce the amount of work required to acquire certification as a set

We have a lineup of products that have acquired the new international safety standard IEC62368-1 (G9) certification (Integrated circuit (IC) current limiters)
(integrated conventional IEC60950-1 and IEC60065 and came into effect in December 2020).
By using the eFuse IC that has acquired this safety standard, it may be possible to reduce the work of acquiring certification as a set.

Basics of eFuse ICs

What is the semi-conductor fuse eFuse IC?
Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC (1)
Advantages of Semiconductor-fuse eFuse IC (2)
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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