ROHM BD1601MUV-E2, LED Driver 6-Segments, 3.6 V, 16-Pin VQFN

  • RS Stock No. 169-0434
  • Mfr. Part No. BD1601MUV-E2
  • Manufacturer ROHM
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): JP
Product Details

LED Drivers, ROHM Electronics

LED Drivers

A range of highly integrated dedicated high-current LED Driver ICs for use in lighting and display backlight applications.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Number of Segments 6
Matching 0.5%
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type VQFN
Pin Count 16
Typical Operating Supply Voltage 3.6 V
Dimensions 4.2 x 4.2 x 0.95mm
Height 0.95mm
Length 4.2mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Minimum Operating Temperature -30 °C
Width 4.2mm
On back order for despatch 15/01/2021, delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (On a Reel of 3000)
HK$ 9.58
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Reel*
3000 +
HK$9.58
HK$28,740.00
*price indicative
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