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Power Supply Management in High-Availability Systems

One of the most basic (and most often overlooked) aspects of high-reliability system design is getting reliable power to all of our components.  We need the right kind of power at the right places – at the right times, and in the right order.  We need to handle power-up, power-down, and reset cases (among others).  It can be really complicated.

In this episode of Chalk TalkHD Amelia Dalton chats with Wendy Lockhart of Microsemi about how to handle power management for high-reliability systems.

Click the download now button below to download a zip file with the following:

  • A MPM software installation 
  • A MPM tutorial 
  • A product brief 
  • A Paper that discusses System Management

Click the download now button below to download a zip file that contains an MPM users guide.

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