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The USB Mini-Battery-Supervisor is a tiny circuit that enables the use of battery packs with low-power USB electronic appliances, maintaining USB port availability.
It regulates the voltage provided by the battery pack to 5 V.
It monitors the battery voltage to cleanly cut the appliance power supply when the battery is fully charged,in order to protect the appliance and the battery.
It makes it possible to connect simultaneously the battery and an external USB host to the appliance, for configuration and diagnostic purposes.
It features a rugged panel-mount USB Micro-B connector designed to integrate into the front panel of an enclosure.
Product ID: MUSBLDO0
Max current (Cont.):500 mA
Max current (peak):1.5 A
Threshold voltage:3.5 / 4.5 / 5 / 6.4 V
IEC protection class:class III
Normal operating temperature:5…40°C
Extended operating temperature1:-40…85°C
Harmonized tariff code:8542.3190
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