The CBM705,CBM706,CBM707,CBM708 microprocessor supervisory circuits are suitable for monitoring 5V power supplies/batteries and microprocessor activity.
The CBM705/CBM706 provide power-supply monitoring circuitry that generate a reset output during power-up, power-down, and brownout conditions. The reset output remains operational with VCC as low as 1 V. Independent watchdog monitoring circuitry is also provided. This is activated if the watchdog input has not been toggled within 1.60 sec.
In addition, there is a 1.25 V threshold detector to warn of power failures, to detect low battery conditions, or to monitor an additional power supply. An active low, debounced manual reset input (MR) is also included.
The CBM705 and CBM706 are identical except for the reset threshold monitor levels, which are 4.65V and 4.40V, respectively.
The CBM707 and CBM708 provide a similar functionality to the CBM705 and CBM706 and only differ in that a watchdog timer function is not available. Instead, an active high reset output (RESET) is available as well as the active low reset output (RESET). The CBM707 and CBM708 are identical except for the reset threshold monitor levels, which are 4.65 V and 4.40 V, respectively.
All devices are available in narrow 8-lead PDIP and 8-lead SOIC packages.
Guaranteed RESET valid with VCC = 1V
190 μA quiescent current
Precision supply voltage monitor：
4.65 V (CBM705/CBM707)
4.40 V (CBM706/CBM708)
200 ms reset pulse width
Debounced TTL/CMOS manual reset input (MR)
Independent watchdog timer(CBM705/CBM706)
1.60 sec timeout (CBM705/CBM706)
Active high reset output(CBM707/CBM708)
Voltage monitor for power fail or low battery warning
Superior upgrade forADM705 to ADM708