Isolated switch controller with I²C command and telemetry handles up to 1 kV

August 10, 2017 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Hot swap integrated circuits are used to limit inrush current in either low-side or high-side DC applications. The application operating voltage is generally limited by the integrated circuit's operating voltage, typically less than 100 volts. The LTM9100 allows the control of inrush current in both low-side and high-side applications operating up to 1000 VDC.

The LTM9100 provides a completely integrated isolated hot swap control and communication interface with isolated power. The isolation barrier allows the controller to float with the application, virtually eliminating operating voltage limitations, while providing flexible configuration. This video highlights the features and flexibility offered by the LTM9100.

For further information watch the video.