MIC2295 Series 10 V 1.2 MHz 1.2 A High Power Density Boost Regulator - MLF-8

Mfr Part#: MIC2295YD5-TR
Mounting Method:  Surface Mount
Package Style:  MLF-8
Packaging:  REEL
Std Packaging Qty:  3,000



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Qty in Stock :   3,000
Factory Stock : 84,000
Factory Lead-Time: 7 Weeks
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  • Topology: Boost
  • Input Voltage: 2.5 to 10 V
  • Output Current-Max: 1.2 A
  • Switching Frequency-Max: 1.2 MHz

The MIC2295 is a 1.2 Mhz, PWM dc/dc boost switching regulator available in low profile Thin SOT23 and 2mm x 2mm MLF‘ package options. High power density is achieved with the MIC2295’s internal 34V / 1.2A switch, allowing it to power large loads in a tiny footprint.

The MIC2295 is available in a low-profile Thin SOT23 5-lead package and a 2mm x2mm 8-lead MLF‘ leadless package. The 2mm x 2mm MLF™ package option has an output over-voltage protection feature. The MIC2295 has an operating junction temperature range of –40ºC to +125ºC.


  • 2.5 V to 10 V input voltage range
  • Output voltage adjustable to 34 V
  • 1.2 A switch current
  • 1.2 MHz PWM operation
  • Stable with small size ceramic capacitors
  • High efficiency
  • Low input and output ripple
  • <1µA shutdown current
  • UVLO
  • Output over-voltage protection (MIC2295BML)
  • Over temperature shutdown
  • Thin SOT23-5 package option
  • 2mm x 2mm leadless 8-lead MLF™ package option
  • –40ºC to +125ºC junction temperature range


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