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DN0200 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Operating voltage: 110...240 V AC (47...63 Hz) / 105...260 V DC, Current consumption: 270 (115 V AC), 140 (230 V AC) mA, 2 relays (1 changeover contact per channel), dual-chamber terminals 2 x 2.5 mm (2 x AWG 14), 2-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, , Output 24 V DC...
DN0213 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Nominal voltage: 110 V AC (47...63 Hz), relay (1 changeover contact per channel), terminals up to 4 mm, 2-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, Housing material: plastics
DN0012 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Nominal voltage: 110 V AC (47...63 Hz), relay (1 changeover contact), terminals up to 4 mm, 1-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, Housing material: plastics
SST12LF02 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided by an on/off switching signal directly from the baseband chip. These features, coupled with low operating current, make the SST12LF02 ideal for the final stage power amplification in battery-powered 802.11b/g/n WLAN transmitter applications. High Gain: – Typically 29 dB gain across 2.4~2.5 GHz over...
TC7650 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided . The capacitors connect to the internal amplifier VOS null points. The main amplifier input signal is never switched. Switching spikes are not present at the TC7650 output. The 14-pin dual-in-line package (DIP) has an external oscillator input to drive the nulling circuitry for optimum noise performance...
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