AN 692: Power Sequencing Considerations for Intel® Cyclone® 10 GX, Intel® Arria® 10, Intel® Stratix® 10, and Intel® Agilex™ Devices

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Date 10/11/2019
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1.1.2. Low-Cost Discrete Sequencer Design

A discrete sequencer design is a low-cost option in which the charging and discharging voltage of a simple resistor-capacitor (RC) network and preset reference voltage levels are used.

The RC ramp-up/down voltage is compared with preset reference voltage levels to generate a series of sequenced power enable outputs to control the voltage regulators.

The power-on event triggers the capacitor charging. As the capacitor voltage rises above each of the preset reference voltage levels, the power enable outputs are sequentially turned on. Similarly, for the power-down event, the discharging of the capacitor causes the power enable outputs to turn off in the reverse sequential order.

Figure 3. Power-Up / Power-Down Sequencer


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