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Developer Microelectronics MOBILE CHARGER IC DP1805SOP7

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Product Details:
Mounting TypeDIP
Number Of Pins8 Pins
Usage/ApplicationInterface ICs
BrandDeveloper Microelectronics
Input Voltage800v
Low Cost Solution Built-in 800V power BJT Quasi-Resonant Primary Side Regulation (QR-PSR) Control with High Efficiency 
Multi-Mode PSR Control 
Fast Dynamic Response
Built-in Dynamic Base Drive 
Audio Noise Free Operation
4% CC and CV Regulation
Low Standby Power
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Developer Microelectronics MOBILE CHARGER IC DP2601BR SOP-7

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Product Details:
Number Of Pins8 Pins
Total outputs4
Model NumberMDIP8
Pack SizeStandard
Product QualitySuperior
FEATURES ? IC is self-powered, so auxiliary winding can be removed ? Faststart-upability ? Line BOP function at startup ? Built-in 800V High Voltage Power BJT ? �5% CC and CV Regulation ? Multi-Mode PSR Control ? Audio Noise Free Operation ? Programmable Cable Drop Compensation (CDC) in PSR CV Mode ? Built-in AC Line & Load CC Compensation ? Build in Protections: ? Short Load Protection (SLP) ? On-Chip Thermal Shutdown (OTP) ? Cycle-by-Cycle Current Limiting (OCP) ? FB Over Voltage Protection (FB OVP) ? Line Brown-out Protection (Line BOP) ? VDD OVP & UVP ? Available in SOP-7 Package APPLICATIONS ? Battery Chargers for Cellular Phones ? Christmas LED Lightings
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Developer Microelectronics Mobile charger IC DP2201,SOP-7

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Developing microelectronics involves designing, fabricating, and testing tiny electronic components and circuits that are integrated into semiconductor chips. This field encompasses a wide range of applications, from consumer electronics like smartphones and computers to specialized devices used in medical, automotive, aerospace, and industrial sectors. Here's a simplified overview of the steps involved in developing microelectronics: Design: Engineers design the circuitry and components using specialized software tools like CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software. This involves creating schematics, layout designs, and simulations to ensure the desired functionality and performance. Fabrication: Once the design is finalized, the next step is fabricating the semiconductor chips. This involves processes such as photolithography, etching, doping, and deposition to create the intricate patterns and structures on the silicon wafer. Testing and Characterization: After fabrication, the chips undergo rigorous testing to ensure they meet quality standards and specifications. This includes electrical testing to check for functionality, performance testing to assess speed and power consumption, and reliability testing to ensure long-term operation. Packaging: Once the chips pass testing, they are packaged to protect them from environmental factors and to facilitate their integration into electronic devices. Packaging also provides electrical connections between the chip and the outside world. Integration: The packaged chips are integrated into electronic products such as smartphones, computers, sensors, and other devices. This may involve further testing and calibration to ensure proper functionality within the final product. Throughout this process, developers must consider factors such as performance, power consumption, size, cost, and reliability to meet the requirements of the intended application. Advances in microelectronics technology continue to drive innovation and enable the development of smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient electronic devices.
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