Monitors and reset circuits are types of power management integrated circuits (ICs) that are used to monitor and control the power supply of an electronic system. Monitors are ICs that are used to monitor the voltage and current of a power supply, and to detect when the power supply falls outside of a predetermined range. Reset circuits are ICs that are used to reset the system when the power supply falls outside of the predetermined range, or when other power-related conditions occur.
Monitors and reset circuits are commonly used in systems that require stable and reliable power, such as in computers, servers, and other critical systems. They can help to prevent power-related problems, such as overvoltage or undervoltage conditions, and can ensure that the system operates within its specified operating range. Monitors and reset circuits are available in a variety of styles and sizes, and can be used in both discrete and integrated circuit form.