blanking time

blanking time

[′blaŋk·iŋ ‚tīm]
(electronics)
The length of time that the electron beam of a cathode-ray tube is shut off.
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A built-in dead-time generator enables both solutions to be fully adjustable for both dead and blanking time.
Adaptive blanking time and various current decay modes, including slow, fast, mixed and auto-mixed decay, achieve a smooth profile to optimize motor performance.
A 24ms fault blanking time eliminates false alarms.
A 4ms blanking time prevents false reporting during charge of a capacitive load.
Part Function Minimum Current Auto- ON Pin Top Price Samples Number Current Limit restart State Mark USD$ Limit Blanking Time (1K (mA) Time (ms) Pcs.
02 percent, digitally adjustable blanking time, inductor-free operation, and a low quiescent current of 3.
3 specification and supports many additional features including under-voltage lockout, timeout for faulty blocked input signals, output blanking time in case of bus ringing and a very low sleep mode current.
This includes output on/off control, configurable over-current detection levels and blanking times for fuse emulation, specific fault information and device status reporting, and configurable turn-on delay for load demand optimization.