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MIC2075


Part Number MIC2075
Manufacturer Microchip
Title Single-Channel Power Distribution Switch
Description The MIC2025 and MIC2075 are high-side MOSFET switches optimized for general-purpose power distribution requiring circuit protection. The MIC2025/7...
Features
• 140 mΩ Maximum On-Resistance
• 2.7V to 5.5V Operating Range
• 500 mA Minimum Continuous Output Current
• Short-Circuit Protection with Thermal Shutdown
• Fault Status Flag with 3 ms Filter Eliminates False Assertions
• Undervoltage Lockout
• Reverse Current Flow Blocking (No “Body Diode”)
• Circui...

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