Manufacturer Part #
MIC2583R Series 13.2 V 2.5 mA Single Channel Hot Swap Controller - QSOP-16
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Product Variant Information section
2500 per Reel
Revision History:September 1, 2015: Issued initial notification as PCN number CYER-31JLEX869.April 29, 2016: Issued intermediate notification as PCN number JAON-26TTXD112. Attached the Qualification Report. Revised the estimated first ship date (EFSD) to inform that the EFSD will be revealed in the final PCN.June 20, 2016: Updated the Qualification Report to add the note on the ESD ratings.February 18, 2020: Issued final notification as PCN number JAON-26TTXD112-BM20000008 for listed Micrel's Controller products manufactured with the BM2 process technology. Provided estimated first ship date (EFSD) for each CPN listed in the attached parts list.Description of Change:Release to production of listed Micrel Controller product type manufactured with the BM2 process technology to Microchip Fab.Pre Change:Fabricated at Micrel fabrication site (San Jose, CA, USA) using 6 inch wafers.Post Change:Fabricated at Microchip fabrication site using 8 inch wafers.Reason for Change:To improve productivity with the closure of the Micrel fab as part of the integration of Micrel and Microchip.
|Type:||RAID Systems Controller|
|No of Outputs:||Single|
|Mounting Method:||Surface Mount|
Features & Applications
Micrel Inc., is a leading manufacturer of IC solutions for the worldwide analog, Ethernet and high bandwidth markets. The Company's products include high performance analog, power, advanced mixed-signal and radio frequency semiconductors; high speed communication, clock management, Ethernet switch and physical layer transceiver integrated circuits. These products address a wide range of rapidly growing end markets including cellular handsets, portable and enterprise computing, enterprise and home networking, wide area and metropolitan area networks and industrial equipment.
A switch is used to connect and disconnect electric circuits at will. Switches cover a wide range of types, from subminiature up to industrial plant switching megawatts of power on high voltage supply and distribution lines.
In applications where multiple switching options are required, mechanical switches have long been replaced by electronic switching devices which can be automated and intelligently controlled.
A switch can also be referred to as a "gate". In the philosophy of logic, operational arguments are represented as logic gates. The use of electronic gates to function as a system of logical gates is the fundamental basis for the computer.
2500 per Reel