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MIC2015

Part Number MIC2015
Manufacturer Microchip
Title Fixed and Adjustable Current Limiting Power Distribution Switches
Description The MIC20XX family of switches are current limiting, high-side power switches, designed for general purpose power distribution and control in digi...
Features MIC20X3 - MIC20X9 - 70 mΩ Typical On-Resistance @ 5V MIC2005A/20X9A - 170 mΩ Typical On-Resistance @ 5V
• Enable Active-High or Active-Low
• 2.5V to 5.5V Operating Range
• Pre-Set Current Limit Values of 0.5A, 0.8A, and 1.2A*
• Adjustable Current Limit 0.2A to 2.0A* (MIC20X7-MIC20X9)
• Adjustable Cu...

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