SN75113NE4 Texas Instruments, Differential Line Driver 5 V 16-Pin PDIP

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Specifications
Attribute Value
Power Supply Type Single
Typical Single Supply Voltage 5 V
Mounting Type Through Hole
Package Type PDIP
Pin Count 16
Maximum Supply Current 85 mA
Maximum Operating Temperature +70 °C
Minimum Operating Temperature 0 °C
Dimensions 19.3 x 6.35 x 4.57mm
Length 19.3mm
Width 6.35mm
Height 4.57mm
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