Octal high-side switches minimize footprint



Two 8-channel high-side switches from ST combine smart features with typical on-resistance of just 110 mΩ/channel to preserve system efficiency. Housed in tiny 8×6-mm packages, the IPS8200HQ and IPS8200HQ-1 provide output current of 0.7 A and 1.0 A, respectively, on each channel. They can control capacitive, resistive, or inductive loads with one side connected to ground.

Each device operates from 10.5 V to 36 V and includes 3.3-V/5-V compatible logic inputs. For added design flexibility, the switches are controlled via a parallel or 4-wire serial (SPI) interface. Typical applications include programmable logic controllers, distributed I/O, industrial PC peripherals, and CNC machines.

The IPS8200HQ and IPS8200HQ-1 integrate LED drivers to indicate the status of each output channel. An embedded 100-mA DC/DC voltage regulator powers the LED driver, SPI logic, and input circuitry. It can also be used to supply external components, such as optocouplers or digital isolators. In addition, the switches offer multiple device protection features. 

The IPS8200HQ and IPS8200HQ-1 switches are in production now, with prices starting at $5.11 each in lots of 1000 units.

IPS8200HQ product page

STMicroelectronics

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