IC switch / adjustable / multipole / low-voltage
MIC95410 Microchip Technology

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    adjustable

  • Number of poles:

    multipole

  • Other characteristics:

    low-voltage, power, IC

  • Current:

    7 A

  • Voltage:

    Min.: 1 V

    Max.: 6 V

Description

The MIC95410 is a high-side load switch for computing and ultra-dense embedded computing boards where high-current low-voltage rails from sub-1V to 5.5V have to be sectioned. The integrated 6.6mΩ RDS(ON) N-channel MOSFET ensures low voltage drop and low power dissipation while delivering up to 7A of load current. The MIC95410 is internally powered by a separated bias voltage from 2.7V to 9V. It includes a TTL-logic level to gate a voltage translator driving a charge pump, and an output discharge function when disabled. The OFF-state current from bias supply (VS) and the power switch OFF-state leakage current (IOFF) are both below 1μA. The MIC95410 provides user-adjustable slew-rate-controlled turn-on to limit the inrush current to the input supply voltage. The MIC95410 is available in a thermally efficient, space-saving 10-pin 1.2mm x 2.0mm QFN package with 0.5mm pin pitch and an operating junction temperature range from –40°C to +125°C.

Additional Features
Ultra-low RDS(on): 6.6mΩ typical
True 7A current capability
Power rail switching from sub-1V to 5.5V
Bias voltage form 2.7V to 9V
≤1μA OFF-state bias supply current
≤1μA OFF-state power switch leakage current
Adjustable slew rate for inrush current limiting by external capacitor
Load discharge
TTL-compatible control input
10-pin 1.2mm × 2.0mm QFN package, 0.5mm pin pitch
–40°C to +125°C junction temperature range