Energy Harvesting Voltage Monitoring IC with Ultra-low Current Consumption S-5471 Series

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4. September 2017

Energy Harvesting Voltage Monitoring IC with Ultra-low Current Consumption S-5471 Series

The S-5471 Series, developed by using CMOS technology, is a voltage monitoring IC with an ultra-low current consumption.
Since the feed-through current in the IC is extremely low, the error can be reduced when the voltage of a power supply with high impedance is detected.
In addition, since the detection voltage is extremely low, a tiny amount of power generated by energy harvesting can also be detected.
Due to its ultra-low current consumption and low-voltage operation, the S-5471 Series is suitable for battery-operated small mobile devices.

Features

  • Ultra-low current consumption: Idd ≤ 10 nA typ.
  • Detection voltage: Vdet = 0.75 V typ.
  • Wide operation voltage range: Vdd = 0.7 V to 5.5 V
  • Operation temperature range: Ta = −40°C to +85°C
  • Lead-free (Sn 100%), halogen-free

Packages

  • SOT-23-5

Applications

  • Miniaturization and power consumption reduction for various sensors of portable and wireless devices
  • Energy harvesting

Data Sheet
http://datasheet.sii-ic.com/en/photo_ic/S5471_E.pdf

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