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What does UVLO stand for?

UVLO stands for Undervoltage Lockout

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Features: * Wide input voltage range: 15 to 50 volts per MIL-STD-704 and MIL-STD-1275 * High input transient voltage: 80 volts for 1 sec per MIL-STD-704A * Dual outputs of +/- 5V, +/- 12V and +/- 15V * Full operation over -55 degrees C to +100 degrees C military temperature range * Low input/output noise * Input undervoltage lockout, output soft start, short circuit protection, current limit protection * Fixed frequency * Magnetic feedback circuit with no optoisolators * High efficiency Packaging: * Six-sided rugged metal enclosure * Internally conformal coated * Size 1.
The standard SixPac(TM) is equipped with IGBTs, heat sink, low inductance laminated bus, DC link capacitor, current sensors, gate drivers with a full complement of fault protection circuits to protect the IGBT from overcurrent, short circuit, shoot-through, overvoltage, undervoltage lockout and dead time generator and diagnostic LEDs.