How to drive more peripherals with lower power dissipation
Watch to learn how making a small change in your low-side drivers to make a big impact on the system’s power dissipation. Darlington transistor arrays are commonly used with an MCU to interface to devices with higher power demands like motors, relays and LEDs. With the new TPL7407L, learn how you can replace any standard 7-channel, Darlington-based driver, while keeping dissipated power lower than the standard solution. This device also has an increased current support, allowing higher current demands to be allotted to a single channel or fewer than the standard device.
Posted: 17-Jan-2014
Duration: 02:30
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Tags: communications & telecom, relay driver, nmos driver, linear, darlington array, industrial, amplifiers & linear, amp, English