Texas Instruments UCC39002D, Load Share Controller 8-Pin, SOIC

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Product Details

Load Share DC/DC Controllers, Texas Instruments

The load share controller provides all necessary functions to parallel multiple independent power supplies or DC-to-DC modules.

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Load Share DC/DC Controllers, Texas Instruments

Specifications
Attribute Value
Pin Count 8
Package Type SOIC
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Price Each (In a Tube of 75)
SGD 3.677
(exc. GST)
SGD 3.934
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Tube*
75 +
SGD3.677
SGD275.775
*price indicative
Due to temporarily constrained supply, RS is unable to accept backorders at this time
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