(ACTIVE) 1.6MHz 1A Constant Current Buck Regulator for Powering LEDs

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Free Samples Buy from Authorized Distributors Part # Status Temp (oC) Price | QTY Package | Pins Device Marking Package QTY | Carrier Distributor Inventory TI 1k Lead Time
LM3405XMK/NOPB ACTIVE -40 to 125 0.45 | 1ku SOT (DDC) | 6 View 1000 | LARGE T&R >5K 1k quantity lead time: In stock
Not Available Contact Distributor LM3405XMKX/NOPB ACTIVE -40 to 125 0.45 | 1ku SOT (DDC) | 6 View 3000 | LARGE T&R No Stock Typical lead time for 1k quantity: 4 to 8 weeks

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Technical Documents

Datasheet (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1247 02 May 2013

User Guides (2)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1582 01 May 2013 980
PDF 616 01 May 2013 958

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (1)

Name Part# Type
1.6MHz, 1A Constant Current Buck Regulator for Powering LEDs LM3405XEVAL Evaluation Modules & Boards

Related End Equipment

  • LED Driver
  • Constant Current Source
  • Industrial Lighting
  • LED Flashlights

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