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AZV5001

Low Power Headset Detection IC in Miniaturized Package

Description

The AZV5001 is a low power and cost effective headset detection IC with a comparator with internal hysteresis, OR gate, and N−channel MOSFET integrated designed to detect the assertion of a headset with a microphone. Pull−up resistors for the detection pins are internalized, a built in resistor divider provides the reference voltage for detecting the left audio channel. The logic low output of the OR gate indicates the headset has been connected properly.

The AZV5001 is available in miniaturized package, DFN1210H4-6 which helps reduce the space needed on PCB boards.

Application

  • Mobile Phones 
  • Pad 
  • Battery Powered Audio Devices

Features

  • Low Supply Current: 7.5uA(typical)@ VCC = 1.8V
  • Supply Voltage Range: 1.6~2.75V
  • Comparator, OR Gate, N-Channel MOSFET Integrated
  • Open Drain Output for MIC Pin
  • DFN1210H4-6: Available in “Green” Molding Compound (No Br. Sb.)
  • Totally Lead-Free & Fully RoHS Compliant
  • Halogen and Antimony Free. “Green” Device

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Qualified to AECQ10x -
Automotive Compliant PPAP -
Minimum Supply Voltage 1.6 V
Maximum Supply Voltage 5.5 V
Supply Current @ 5V (per Op Amp) 7.5 mA
Input Offset Voltage (Typ/Max) - mV
Input Bias Current typ - nA
Minimum Input Common Mode Voltage - V
Maximum Input Common Mode Voltage - V
Output Current Sink - mA
Number of Channels 1
Operating Ambient Temperature Range -40 to 85 °C
Output Type Open Drain

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Packages
X2-DFN1210-6

Applications

Quality & Reliability

Technical Documents

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Orderable Part Number Authorized Distributor Quantity Inventory Date Buy Online Region
AZV5001RA4-7 Arrow Electronics 1243 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas
AZV5001RA4-7 Digi-Key Electronics 3700 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas
AZV5001RA4-7 Mouser Electronics Inc. 4627 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas

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