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STP08CP05 Series 100mA 30MHz Low Voltage/Current 8-bit Shift Register TSSOP-16EP

Mfr Part#: STP08CP05XTTR
Mounting Method:  Surface Mount
Package Style:  TSSOP-16EP
Packaging:  REEL
Std Packaging Qty:  2,500

 
 

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Overview

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  • No of Outputs: Nine
  • Supply Voltage: 3 to 5.5 V
  • Supply Current: 11.7 to 13.5 mA
  • Output Current per Channel: 100 mA
  • Output Voltage: -0.5 to +20 V
  • Switching Frequency-Max: 30 MHz
  • Operating Temp Range: -40 to +125 °C
  • Height - Max: 1.05 mm
The STP08CP05XTTR is a monolithic, low voltage, low current, power 8-bit shift register designed for LED panel displays. The STP08CP05 contains an 8-bit serial-in, parallel-out shift register that feeds a 8-bit D-type storage register. In the output stage, eight regulated current sources were designed to provide 5-100 mA constant current to drive the LEDs, the output current setup time is 11 ns (typ), thus improving the system performance.

The STP08CP05 is backward compatible in functionality and footprint with STP8C/L596. Through an external resistor, users can adjust the STP08CP05 output current, controlling in this way the light intensity of LEDs, in addition, user can adjust LED’s brightness intensity from 0 % to 100 % via OE pin.

Features:

  • Low voltage power supply down to 3 V
  • 8 constant current output channels
  • Adjustable output current through external resistor
  • Serial data IN/parallel data OUT
  • 3.3 V micro driver-able
  • Output current: 5-100 mA
  • 30 MHz clock frequency
  • Available in high thermal efficiency TSSOP exposed pad
  • ESD protection 2.5 kV HBM, 200 V MM

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