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NCP334: Controlled Load Switch, Ultra Small, 2.0 A, with Auto-Discharge Path

Datasheet: Controlled Load Switch with Auto-Discharge Option, 2 A
Rev. 2 (218kB)
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The NCP334 and NCP335 are very low Ron MOSFETs controlled by an external logic pin, allowing optimization of battery life, and portable device autonomy. Indeed, thanks to a current consumption optimization with PMOS structure, leakage currents are eliminated by isolating connected IC on the battery when not used. Output discharge path is availabale in NCP335 version.
Features
 
  • 1.2 V - 5.5 V operating range
  • 42 mΩ RDS(ON) at 4.2 V
  • DC current up to 2 A
  • Output Auto-discharge (NCP335)
Applications   End Products
  • Load Management
 
  • Smart Phones
  • Tablets
Evaluation/Development Tool Information
Product Status Compliance Short Description Action
NCP334FCT2GEVB Active
Pb-free
2.0 A Controlled Load Switch with Auto-Discharge Path Evaluation Board
Availability & Samples
Specifications
Case Outlines
Application Diagram
Product
Status
Compliance
Description
Package
MSL
Container
Budgetary Price/Unit
Type
Case Outline
Type
Temperature
Type
Qty.
NCP334FCT2G Active
Pb-free
Halide free
NCP334 WLCSP-4 567FG 1 260 Tape and Reel 3000 $0.16
Market Leadtime (weeks) : 2 to 4
ON Semiconductor   (2020-09-02 00:00) : 96,000

Product
Description
Pricing ($/Unit)
Compliance
Status
Channels
ron (mΩ)
I Max (A)
VI Min (V)
VI Max (V)
Package Type
NCP334FCT2G  
 $0.16 
Pb
H
 Active   
1
47
2
1.2
5.5
WLCSP-4
Case Outlines
567FG   
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NCP334: Controlled Load Switch, Ultra Small, 2.0 A, with Auto-Discharge Path
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