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Podzespoły  AS6C6416-55 - pamięć SRAM o bardzo małym poborze mocy 


Firma Alliance Memory wprowadziła do oferty energooszczędną pamięć SRAM mieszczącą 64 Mb (4 M×16 bitów). Pamięć jest produkowana w 48-wyprowadzeniowych obudowach TSOP-I oraz TFBGA. Nowy układ pamięci AS6C6416-może być zasilany napięciem z zakresu 2,7...3,6 V. W trybie standby, w którym jest podtrzymywana zawartość pamięci, minimalne napięcie zasilające wynosi 1,2 V.

Typowy pobór prądu w trybie aktywnym wynosi 12 mA, natomiast w trybie standby 12 µA. Pamięć ma krótki czas dostępu (55 ns), dzięki czemu nadaje się do współpracy z szybkimi procesorami.

Producent poleca ją do zastosowania przede wszystkim w urządzeniach przenośnych lub np. przemysłowych czy konsumenckich, które wymagają pamięci RAM z podtrzymaniem bateryjnym.

W ofercie energooszczędnych pamięci SRAM firma Alliance Memory ma również pamięci mieszczące 64 kb, 256 kb, 1 Mb, 2  Mb, 4  Mb, 8  Mb, 16  Mb i 32 Mb.

Więcej na www.alliancememory.com

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