The Texas Instruments TL7700-SEP is a bipolar integrated circuit designed to be used as a reset controller in microprocessor and microcomputer systems.

It features a highly stable circuit function with a 1.8-40 V supply voltage and a SENSE voltage that can be set to any value greater than 0.5 V using 2 external resistors.

The system has a minimum supply current that allows portable battery operation and may be used with AC line operation.

The TL7700-SEP device is also designed to operate effectively in the temperature range –55°C to 125°C.


  • Low Earth orbit (LEO) space applications
  • Power supervisor for satellites
  • Supervise DPS, MCUs, FPGAs, and ASICs

Orderable Part Numbers

Key features

  • VID V62/19602
  • Radiation hardened
    • Single event latch-up (SEL) immune to 43 MeV-cm2/mg at 125°C
    • Total ionizing dose (TID) RLAT for every wafer lot up to 20 krad(Si)
  • Space enhanced plastic
    • Controlled baseline
    • Gold wire
    • NiPdAu lead finish
    • One assembly and test site
    • One fabrication site
    • Available in military (–55°C to 125°C) temperature range
    • Extended product life cycle
    • Extended product-change notification
    • Product traceability
    • Enhanced mold compound for low outgassing
  • Adjustable sense voltage with two external resistors
  • 1% sense voltage tolerance (25°C)
  • Adjustable hysteresis of sense voltage
  • Wide operating supply-voltage range: 1.8 V to 40 V
  • Low power consumption: ICC =0.6 mA typical, VCC =40 V

Testing & qualification

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Last updated: 2021-12-21


Radiation hardened supply-voltage supervisor in Space Enhanced Plastic



operating temperature
-55 to 125 C
RoHS compliance
REACH compliance
export control


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