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32-BHCC,SOT560-1
IC LASER DRV 1.25GB 3.47V 32HBCC
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
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568-1189-ND
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Tray
ObsoleteLaser Diode Driver (Fiber Optic)1.25Gbps13.14V ~ 3.47V40 mA100mA100 mA-40°C ~ 85°C32-WFQFN Exposed Pad32-HBCC (5x5)Surface Mount
32-BHCC,SOT560-1
IC LASER DRVR 3.2GB 3.47V 32HBCC
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0 - Immediate
NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
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TZA3011AVH/C2,557-ND
A-rate™
Tray
ObsoleteLaser Diode Driver (Fiber Optic)3.2Gbps13.14V ~ 3.47V40 mA100mA100 mA-40°C ~ 85°C32-WFQFN Exposed Pad32-HBCC (5x5)Surface Mount
32-BHCC,SOT560-1
IC LASER DRVR 3.2GB 3.47V 32HBCC
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
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Non-Stock
TZA3011BVH/C2,557-ND
A-rate™
Tray
ObsoleteLaser Diode Driver (Fiber Optic)3.2Gbps13.14V ~ 3.47V40 mA100mA100 mA-40°C ~ 85°C32-WFQFN Exposed Pad32-HBCC (5x5)Surface Mount
32-BHCC,SOT560-1
IC LASER DRV 1.25GB 3.47V 32HBCC
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
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Non-Stock
TZA3047BVH/C1,557-ND
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Tray
ObsoleteLaser Diode Driver (Fiber Optic)1.25Gbps13.14V ~ 3.47V40 mA100mA100 mA-40°C ~ 85°C32-WFQFN Exposed Pad32-HBCC (5x5)Surface Mount
32-BHCC,SOT560-1
IC LASER DRVR 3.2GB 3.47V 32HBCC
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
-
Non-Stock
TZA3011AVH/C2,551-ND
A-rate™
Tray
ObsoleteLaser Diode Driver (Fiber Optic)3.2Gbps13.14V ~ 3.47V40 mA100mA100 mA-40°C ~ 85°C32-WFQFN Exposed Pad32-HBCC (5x5)Surface Mount
32-BHCC,SOT560-1
IC LASER DRVR 3.2GB 3.47V 32HBCC
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
-
Non-Stock
TZA3011BVH/C2,551-ND
A-rate™
Tray
ObsoleteLaser Diode Driver (Fiber Optic)3.2Gbps13.14V ~ 3.47V40 mA100mA100 mA-40°C ~ 85°C32-WFQFN Exposed Pad32-HBCC (5x5)Surface Mount
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PMIC - Laser Drivers


Laser Driver power management integrated circuits (PMICs) are used to provide one or more controlled current sources for supplying semiconductor laser devices from a nominally constant-voltage power source. Commonly including a feature to enable feedback derived from monitoring of the optical power emitted by the driven laser device, they are widely used in optical communications systems and are differentiated from devices that perform a similar function by a capacity for high frequency modulation of the current supplied to the powered device.