NUD3105: Relay Driver, 5.0 V, Single

Description: This device is used to switch inductive loads such...
  • This device is used to switch inductive loads such as relays, solenoids incandescent lamps and small DC motors without the need of a free-wheeling diode. The device integrates all necessary items such as the MOSFET switch, ESD protection, and Zener clamps. It accepts logic level inputs thus allowing it to be driven by a large variety of devices including logic gates, inverters and microcontrollers.
  • Features
  • Provides a Robust Driver Interface Between DC Relay Coil and Sensitive Logic Circuits
  • Optimized to Switch Relays from 3.0 V to 5.0 V Rail
  • Capable of Driving Relay Coils Rated up to 2.5 W at 5.0 V
  • Internal Zener Eliminates the Need of Free-Wheeling Diode
  • Internal Zener Clamp Routes Induced Current to Ground for Quieter
    Systems Operation
  • Low VDS(on) Reduces System Current Drain
  • Applications
  • Relay Switching
  • Inductive Load Switching
  • End Products
  • Line Cards, Modems, Answering Machines, FAX
  • Photocopiers, Printers, Desktop Computers
  • TVs and VCRs, Stereo Receivers, CD Players, Cassette Recorders
  • Small Appliances, Security Systems, Automated Test Equipment, Garage Door Openers
  • 5.0 V Driven Relays, Motor Controls, Power Latches, Lamp Drivers
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    NUD3105LT1G
  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: Pb-free Halide free 
  • Description: Relay Driver, 5.0 V, Single, Single
  • Package Type: SOT-23-3
  • Package Case Outline: 318-08
  • MSL: 1
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 3000
  • Inventory

  • Market Leadtime (weeks):4 to 8
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  • Number of Drivers:
  • VCC Max (V):
  • V(BR)GSS Max (V):
  • V(BR)DSS Max (V):
  • ID Max (A): 0.5 
  • rDS(on) Max (Ω): 0.9 
  • Tj Max (°C): 150 
  • Package Type: SOT-23-3 
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