PMIC - Hot Swap Controllers

PMIC (Power Management Integrated Circuit) hot swap controllers are electronic devices that enable the safe and efficient exchange of power supplies in a system without interrupting its operation. These controllers manage the transition between power sources, ensuring that the output voltage remains stable and preventing damage to the system or components. They are commonly used in applications where uninterrupted power is critical, such as data centers, telecommunications equipment, and industrial control systems. Hot swap controllers provide a reliable and convenient solution for maintaining power supply redundancy and minimizing downtime.

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