microampere


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microampere

[¦mī·krō′am‚pir]
(electricity)
A unit of current equal to one-millionth of an ampere. Abbreviated μA.
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They also achieve low-power operation with a standby current of maximum of 2 microamperes (oA) at 25AC, making them suitable for data storage in battery-backup devices.
5 microamperes in continuous operation, enabling high-speed measurement and extended battery life simultaneously.
The current flowing between the two electrodes is measured in microamperes by an ohmmeter.
8 volts (V) and consumes just 200 microamperes (uA) at 1 megahertz (MHz) when the CPU and all peripherals are active.
Additionally, with low power consumption of 120 microamperes (typical), the PE42422 switch helps to extend battery life in portable devices.
5 microamperes per square centimetre, with a power output of 128 milliwatts per cubic centimetre.
Ideal for consumer electronics, industrial devices, automotive, telecommunications equipment and embedded systems requiring low-cost and versatile updating of program or data memory, the devices deliver active current as low as 5 mA (typical) and standby current of 3 microamperes (typical) to extend battery life in accessories, sensors and battery-operated equipment.
Very-low power consumption at 7 microamperes under 1V supply