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MIC4127


Part Number MIC4127
Manufacturer Microchip
Title Dual 1.5A-Peak Low-Side MOSFET Drivers
Description The MIC4126, MIC4127, and MIC4128 family are highly-reliable dual 1.5A low-side MOSFET drivers fabricated on Microchip’s BiCMOS/DMOS process. The ...
Features
• Dual 1.5A-Peak Drivers
• 4.5V to 20V Operating Range
• Exposed Backside Pad Packaging Reduces Heat - ePAD SOIC-8L (JA = 58°C/W) - ePAD MSOP-8L (JA = 60°C/W) - VDFN ML™-8L (JA = 60°C/W)
• Bipolar/CMOS/DMOS Construction - 25mV maximum output offset from supply or ground
• Latch-Up Protection to ...

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