|Vout (Typ.) [V]||3|
|Over Current Protection||Yes|
|Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C]||-35|
|Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C]||85|
- · Low current consumption 10µA (Typ)
· 2 Channel LDO
· 2.7V UVLO detection
· 1 Channel GPO
· Thermal Shut Down function
· 2 line serial interface which supports I²C bus protocol.
|PART NUMBER||Product Name||Package||Datasheet||Distribution Inventory|
|BD7004NUX||2ch Variable Step CMOS LDO Regulator||VSON008X2020||购买|
|BD7003NUX||2ch Variable Step CMOS LDO Regulator||VSON008X2020||购买|
|BU6651NUX||3ch CMOS LDO Regulators||VSON008X2030||购买|
|BU6650NUX||3ch CMOS LDO Regulators||VSON008X2030||购买|
|BA3259HFP||Dual-Output (Fixed/Variable) LDO Regulators||HRP5||购买|
|BA33D18HFP||Dual Output Fixed Output LDO Regulators||HRP5||购买|
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