Plastic-encapsulated devices

  • 22-Dec-2008 12:01 EST

The /PR family of ruggedized, plastic-encapsulated parts from Maxim Integrated Products is suited for high-reliability mobile military and aerospace applications. The devices are 100% burned-in for 120 h at 135ºC and tri-temp tested at military temperatures. A Sn/Pb finish provides a cost-effective solution for electrically stressful environments. Devices include analog multiplexers and switches, drivers/receivers, transformer drivers, op amps, transceivers, switching and voltage regulators, linear regulators, comparators, and voltage monitors.
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