Electronics Engineering Herald                 
Home | News | New Products | India Specific | Design Guide | Sourcing database | Student Section | About us | Contact us | What's New
Processor / MCU / DSP
Memory
Analog
Logic and Interface
PLD / FPGA
Power-supply and Industrial ICs
Automotive ICs
Cellphone ICs
Consumer ICs
Computer ICs
Communication ICs (Data & Analog)
RF / Microwave
Subsystems / Boards
Reference Design
Software / Development kits
Test and Measurement
Discrete
Opto
Passives
Interconnect
Sensors
Batteries
Others

New Products

  Date: 16/02/2014

Dual gate, ultra-low power CMOS logic from Diodes

Diodes Incorporated has introduced a complete family of dual gate, advanced, ultra-low power CMOS logic devices. Designed for low voltage, low energy operation, the miniature 74AUP2G family extends the battery cell lifetime of a variety of hand-held consumer electronics, including cell phones, e-book readers and tablets.

With a leakage current of less than 0.9µA, the logic devices’ static power consumption is low, and a typical power dissipation capacitance of 6pF at 3.6V means dynamic power consumption is also minimized. Operating over the 0.8V to 3.6V range, the 74AUP2G family enables circuit supplies to be reduced to lowest practical levels.

The ultra-low power 74AUP2G logic family is initially comprised of seven different dual gate devices offering combinations of inversion and buffering functions: inverters; inverters with open-drain output; buffers; buffers with open-drain output; Schmitt trigger inverters and Schmitt trigger buffers.

To more closely meet the requirements of next generation product sizing and manufacturing processes, each dual gate logic device is provided in a choice of three different leadless packages: DFN0910, DFN1010 and DFN1410. Measuring just 0.9mm x 1.0mm x 0.35mm, the DFN0910 is one of the world’s smallest six-pin packages, enabling both space and weight savings.

Source: Diodes Inc.



 
ADVT
Home | News | New Products | India Specific | Design Guide | Sourcing database | Student Section | About us | Contact us | What's New
©2010 Electronics Engineering Herald