PMIC - Hot Swap Controllers

PMIC - Hot Swap Controllers are semiconductors that provide the in-circuit protection and control features needed to allow other components to be inserted or removed from a circuit while there is live power. Useful in computer networking and general-purpose power systems, hot swap controllers are mainly differentiated by features such as output current, number of controlled channels and special features such auto retry, fault timeout and protections.

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