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2020 ON Semiconductor

TECHNOLOGY

WEBINARS

Webinar: eFuse Addressing Challenges in Overcurrent & Hot-Plug Protection

Many applications have the potential for damage to components, connectors, and users in the case of an overcurrent or hot-plug event. These applications, which span many end markets including industrial, automotive, telecom, cloud, and consumer, all share a few key requirements necessary to meet various safety and certification criteria. These requirements can be met by choosing the appropriate circuit protection scheme with fast-acting, accurate overcurrent response coupled with overvoltage, inrush current, and over-temperature protection, eliminating system level safe operating area concerns. These features, along with advanced diagnostics and low quiescent current, make the ON Semiconductor eFuse family a critical piece of a system designer’s circuit protection scheme.

Event Details

Presented By
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Walker Mitchell
Product Marketing – ON Semiconductor

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Andrew Niles
Applications Engineer – ON Semiconductor
Duration
60 min
Language
English

About The Speakers:

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Walker Mitchell
Product Marketing – ON Semiconductor

Walker Mitchell is in Product Marketing at ON Semiconductor, focused on overcurrent and overvoltage protection for Industrial, Telecom, and Cloud applications. Over the last several years, he has worked in applications and marketing roles for a variety of products in the Protection and Signal Division, most recently focusing on Electronic Fuses (eFuse). He completed both his BSE and MSE in electrical engineering from Arizona State University with a specialization in mixed signal circuit design.

Key Points:

  • Key challenges in overcurrent protection for various end applications
  • How the Electronic Fuse (eFuse) enables system designers to meet functional safety requirements
  • Introduction to ON Semiconductor’s eFuse product family

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Andrew Niles
Applications Engineer – ON Semiconductor

Andrew Niles joined ON Semiconductor in 2012. He has a BA degree from the University of Minnesota, and BSE and MSE degrees in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University. He is an applications engineer and focuses on ON Semiconductor’s eFuse product line in the Protection and Signal Division.

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