The AAHS298B includes eight non-inverting channels and can be used to provide an interface from TTL level, five volt (V) or 12V logic systems to relays, stepper and servo motors, solenoids and other loads. Each output is capable of sourcing 700 milliamps (mA) with a withstand voltage of 50V across the full military operating range, allowing manufacturers to develop more compact solutions. It includes an internal thermal shutdown feature to protect against over-current and soft-start occurrences. Additional features include:
The AAHS298B source driver is available in production now and is packaged in a 20-pin ceramic small-outline integrated circuit (SOIC) package. For more information, visit http://www.microsemi.com/en/node/124816.
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