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TC4424A Datasheet PDF

Microchip
Part Number TC4424A
Manufacturer Microchip
Title 3A Dual High-Speed Power MOSFET Drivers
Description The TC4423A/TC4424A/TC4425A devices are a family of dual-output 3A buffers/MOSFET drivers. These devices are improved versions of the earlier TC44...
Features
• High Peak Output Current: 4.5A (typical)
• Wide Input Supply Voltage Operating Range: - 4.5V to 18V
• High Capacitive Load Drive Capability: - 1800 pF in 12 ns
• Short Delay Times: 40 ns (typical)
• Matched Rise/Fall Times
• Low Supply Current: - With Logic ‘1’ Input
  – 1.0 mA (maximum) - With Logi...

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