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PCA9564D,112 - 

Interface Bridges, 2.3 V, 3.6 V, SOIC, 20 Pins, -40 °C

PCA9564D,112 - Interface Bridges, 2.3 V, 3.6 V, SOIC, 20 Pins, -40 °C

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
PCA9564D,112
Newark Part No.:
70R6701
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2.3V
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3.6V
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SOIC
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20Pins
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-40°C
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85°C
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Each
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Can you suggest the part number evaluation board to eavaluate capabilities of (part number PCA9564D,112)
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Suggested part number for evaluation board is OM6277,598 from NXP. PCA9564 evaluation board is delivered with 4 different embedded firmware programs (Program 1 to Program 4) allowing the user to run simple applications in order to evaluate the PCA9564’s capabilities, to monitor data and control signals with the P89LV51RD2 master, and the I2C slave devices present in the evaluation board.
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