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MIC5010

Part Number MIC5010
Manufacturer Micrel Semiconductor
Title Full-Featured High- or Low-Side MOSFET Driver
Description The MIC5010 is the full-featured member of the Micrel MIC501X driver family. These ICs are designed to drive the gate of an N-channel power MOSFET...
Features
• 7V to 32V operation
• Less than 1µA standby current in the “OFF” state
• Internal charge pump to drive the gate of an N-channel power FET above supply
• Available in small outline SOIC packages
• Internal zener clamp for gate protection
• 25µs typical turn-on time to 50% gate overdrive
• Programma...

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