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MAX16054 Datasheet PDF


Part Number MAX16054
Manufacturer Maxim Integrated Products
Title On/Off Controller
Description The MAX16054 is a pushbutton on/off controller with a single switch debouncer and built-in latch. It accepts a noisy input from a mechanical switc...
Features a complementary output, OUT, which is the inverted state of OUT. An asynchronous CLEAR input allows an external signal to force the output flip-flop low. Undervoltage-lockout circuitry ensures that OUT is in the off state upon power-up. The MAX16054 requires no external components, and its low suppl...

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