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Introducing the LED1202 12-Channel Low Quiescent Current LED Driver from STMicroelectronics, evaluation kit and samples available from Anglia
STMicroelectronics have introduced the LED1202 a 12-channel low quiescent current LED driver, the device guarantees 5V output driving capability with each channel able to provide up to 20mA with a headroom voltage of 350 mV (typ.) only

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