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Does the overvoltage lockout of the load switch IC recover automatically?

Figure 1 Example waveforms of an overvoltage lockout
Figure 1 Example waveforms of an overvoltage lockout

When the input voltage (VIN) exceeds the overvoltage lockout rising threshold (VOVL_RI), the overvoltage lockout function disables the output of a load switch IC in order to protect the circuit connected to the output terminal.

When VIN drops below the overvoltage lockout falling voltage (VOVL_FA), the output is automatically re-enabled.

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