The PWM controller (see Figure 8-10) can be shut down by two methods: either raise the voltage at ISENSE above 1 V or pull the COMP terminal below a voltage two diode drops above ground. Either method causes the output of the PWM comparator to be high (see Figure 8-10). The PWM latch is reset dominant so that the output remains low until the next clock cycle after the shutdown condition at the COMP or ISENSE terminal is removed. In one example, an externally latched shutdown can be accomplished by adding an SCR that resets by cycling VCC below the lower UVLO threshold. At this point, the reference turns off, allowing the SCR to reset.