UDN2987LWTR-6-T - 

Peripheral Source Driver, DABIC-5, 8 Outputs, 4.75 V to 35 V supply, 1.8 V/350 mA out, SOIC-20

UDN2987LWTR-6-T - Peripheral Source Driver, DABIC-5, 8 Outputs, 4.75 V to 35 V supply, 1.8 V/350 mA out, SOIC-20

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The UDN2987LWTR-6-T is a DABIC-5 8-channel Source Driver with over-current protection for each of its eight sourcing outputs. The UDN2987 driver is used as an interface between standard low-level logic and relays, motors, solenoids, LEDs and incandescent lamps. It includes thermal shutdown and output transient protection/clamp diodes for use with sustaining voltages to 35V. In this driver each channel includes a latch to turn off that channel if the maximum channel current is exceeded. All channels are disabled if the thermal shutdown is activated.
  • Output enable-disable
  • 350mA output source current
  • TTL, DTL, PMOS or CMOS compatible inputs
  • Internal thermal shutdown
  • Over-current protected


Motor Drive & Control, Industrial

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MSL 3 - 168 hours
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