This work presents a number of fault isolation algorithms that can easily be verified by the reader in MATLAB or even in the worksheets of MS Excel.
What does FI stand for?
FI stands for Fault Isolation
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- Military and Government
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We have 17 other meanings of FI in our Acronym Attic
- Failure Intensity
- Fake Intelligence
- False Information
- Family Income
- Farm-In (oil & gas)
- Farmakope Indonesia
- Farmland Industries, Inc.
- Fast Infoset (binary encoding format for the XML Information Set)
- Fatherhood Initiative
- Fatigue Index (aircraft or medicine)
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The ISL6161 dual-rail controller offers a rich feature set that includes: under-voltage monitoring and "power good" notification, programmable over-current detection and fault isolation, programmable current regulation, programmable current limit time to latch off, adjustable turn on ramp for soft-start and fast one-microsecond response to a dead short.
The advantages of these serial connections are many; smaller form factors, more flexible and thinner cabling, less weight, more predictable/reliable signaling mechanisms, more deterministic fault isolation and topologies that promise to scale with the needs of the end-users.