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MIC2561 Datasheet PDF

Micrel Semiconductor
Part Number MIC2561
Manufacturer Micrel Semiconductor
Title PCMCIA Card Socket Switching Matrix
Description Applications The MIC2561 VCC & VPP Matrix controls PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association) memory card power supply pin...
Features overcurrent and thermal protection of the power outputs, zero current “sleep” mode, suspend mode, low power dynamic mode, and ON/OFF control of the PCMCIA socket power. The MIC2561 is designed for efficient operation. In standby (“sleep”) mode the device draws very little quiescent current, typical...

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