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NPIC6C595BQ-Q100,1

NPIC6C595-Q100 Series 5.5V Open-Drain Power Logic 8-Bit Shift Register DHVQFN-16

Mfr. Name: Nexperia
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Date Code: 1924
Product Specification Section
Technical Attributes
Attributes Table
Logic Circuit: Register
No of Functions / Channels: 1
Output Characteristics: O-DRN
Supply Voltage-Nom: 4.5V to 5.5V
Power Dissipation: 1825mW
Propagation Delay: 5ns
Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
No of Inputs: 1
No of Outputs: Nine
High Level Output Current: -4mA
Low Level Output Current: 4mA
No of Pins: 16
Package Style:  DHVQFN-16
Mounting Method: Surface Mount
Features and Applications

Nexperia supplies various series of shift registers which enable designers of LED lighting systems to save space by using a compact, low-cost microcontroller to control the power supply to multiple LEDs. Suitable shift registers from Nexperia for this application include standard 8-bit devices such as the popular 74HC595, and also the newer NPIC6C series, which offers more advanced features.

NPIC6C is a series of simple, multiple-output power-converter devices, ‘shift registers’, which may be used to drivemultiple LEDs.

The NPIC6C devices are suitable for driving strings of low-power LEDs in applications such as signage and fault indicators. The NPIC6C is not suitable for the high-power LEDs used in general lighting.

Applicatons:

  • Signage
  • Graphical status panels
  • Fault status indicators
  • Automotive lighting

Features:

  • Low on-resistance
  • Simple control interface
  • Supports I/O expansion
  • Low power consumption
  • Cascadable
  • Operating temperature range: -40°C to 125°C

Benefits:

Multiple NPIC6C units may be cascaded to drive large arrays of LEDs.

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3,000
Minimum Order:
3,000
Multiple Of:
3,000
On Order:
0
Factory Stock:Factory Stock:
0
Factory Lead Time:
4 Weeks
Total
$885.00
USD
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3,000
$0.295
6,000+
$0.295
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