|Mounting Type||Surface Mount|
|Package / Case||8-SOIC (0.154", 3.90mm Width)|
|Voltage - Input||-|
|Current - Output||10 mA|
|Current - Supply||-|
|Current - Cathode||600 µA|
|Noise - 0.1Hz to 10Hz||-|
|Noise - 10Hz to 10kHz||-|
|Operating Temperature||0°C ~ 70°C (TA)|
|Voltage - Output (Max)||-|
|Supplier Device Package||8-SOIC|
|Voltage - Output (Min/Fixed)||5V|
Texas Instruments (TI) establishes itself as a known global semiconductor producer with operations in 35 nations. It has expanded quickly. The first operational integrated circuit was released by TI in 1958. And as of right now, more than 30,000 TI employees globally are dedicated to designing, producing, and marketing chips for embedded and analog processing. They want to use technology to solve problems and transform the world.
Some of TI's notable product lines include the MSP430 and Tiva C Series microcontrollers, which are widely used in embedded systems and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The company's analog products, such as operational amplifiers and voltage regulators, are highly regarded for their performance and reliability.