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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6 microamperes pixel, 640 (H) x 480 (V) array, ISP and high dynamic range functions, enables the TCM5114PL to capture images in low-light conditions.
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The data logger's low power requirements are due to its triaxial digital accelerometer (150 microamperes, 13-bit resolution).
A calibration curve for the different concentrations of l-naphthol in mM versus the sensor signal in microamperes is shown in Figure 3.
In the idle mode, this device can run and display a real-time clock with less than 3 microamperes current consumption.
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