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Manufacturer Part Number: 7UL1T125FU.LF Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
Part of Description: SoC FPGA 7UL1T125FU.LF Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: table_img Lead free / RoHS Compliant
Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS

Product parameters

Mounting StyleSMD/SMT
Package / CaseUSV-5
Minimum Operating Temperature– 40 C
Maximum Operating Temperature+85C
Factory Pack Quantity3000
Moisture SensitiveYes
Pd – Power Dissipation200 mW (1/5 W)
Supply Voltage – Max3.6 V
Supply Voltage – Min900 mV

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    7UL1T125FU.LF Applications:

    Level Shifting: Buffer/line drivers can be used to shift voltage levels between different parts of a circuit, ensuring compatibility between components with different voltage requirements.

    Signal Conditioning: They can condition signals to improve their quality before they are sent to other components or systems. This might involve amplification, noise filtering, or impedance matching.

    Bus Buffering: In digital systems with multiple devices connected to the same bus, buffer/line drivers can be used to isolate different sections of the bus, preventing loading effects and ensuring signal integrity.

    Clock Distribution: Buffers can be used to distribute clock signals throughout a system, ensuring that all components receive synchronized timing signals.

    Fanout Expansion: They can be used to increase the fanout of a signal, allowing a single output to drive multiple loads without significant degradation of the signal.

    Interface Conversion: Buffer/line drivers can convert signals between different logic families or standards, such as TTL to CMOS or LVDS to LVCMOS.

    Driving LEDs or Displays: They can drive LEDs or displays by providing sufficient current to illuminate them.

    Motor Control: In some cases, buffer/line drivers can be used in motor control circuits to provide the necessary drive signals to power transistors or other components.

    Data Transmission: They can be used in communication systems to transmit data over long distances by boosting the signal strength.

    Memory Interfacing: Buffers can be used in memory interfacing applications to isolate memory modules from the rest of the system and ensure reliable communication.