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LNBP16


Part Number LNBP16
Manufacturer STMicroelectronics
Title LNBP supply and control voltage regulator
Description Intended for analog and digital satellite receivers, the LNBP is a monolithic linear voltage regulator, assembled in PowerSO-20 and PowerSO-10, sp...
Features summary
■ Complete interface for two LNBs remote supply and control
■ LNB selection and stand-by function
■ Built-in tone oscillator factory trimmed at 22KHz
■ Fast oscillator start-up facilitates DiSEqCTM encoding
■ Two supply inputs for lowest dissipation
■ Bypass function for slave operation
■ LN...

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