A typical use case for the push-pull active-high device variant TLV810E is overvoltage monitoring. The TLV810E can monitor a power supply, a MCU power rail, or a battery during charging for example. The VDD pin monitors the voltage rail and once VDD rises above VIT+, the RESET output deactivates to logic low after the reset delay time tD. If VDD falls below VIT-, the RESET output activates to logic high after the propagation delay (tPD_HL). The voiltage thresholds and the reset delay time depends on the device variant. See Section 5 for device variant naming nomenclature.