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MIC5389


Part Number MIC5389
Manufacturer Micrel Semiconductor
Title Dual 200mA Peak LDO
Description The MIC5388/9 is an advanced dual LDO ideal for powering general purpose portable devices. The MIC5388/9 provides two independently-controlled, hi...
Features
• 2.5V to 5.5V input voltage range
• Two 200mA peak output current LDOs
• High output accuracy (±2%)
• Low quiescent current (32µA per LDO)
• Stable with 1µF ceramic output capacitors
• Low dropout voltage (175mV at 150mA)
• Independent enable pins
• Output discharge circuit (MIC5389)
• Thermal-shut...

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