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3.3v

(3.3 Volts) A standard voltage required by chips and drives in a computer. See 5v.
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The four-line, 3.3V RClamp3324P offers designers increased protection margin by offering an exceptionally low ESD clamping voltage while minimizing loading capacitance to protect high-speed data interfaces, including LVDS, Ethernet and USB 3.x.
The IA-2662-UiT output stage is capable of +/-24mA drive, while the Output Voltage may be set either to 5V or 3.3V.
The PI3VDP505, a 3.3V DP-to-VGA, 1:1 electrical bridge supporting up to 1920x1200 @ 60 Hz, WUXGA resolution, will sample February 2009, at 250K/Yr: $2.25.
In addition to 64MB, Microtech SmartMedia cards are also available in 4MB, 8MB, 16MB and 32MB capacities with 5v and 3.3v options.
This 3.3V device also incorporates a Loss of Signal (LOS) input to enhance interoperation with companion optical modules.
The MMCmobile voltage support of 1.8V or 3.3V ensures minimum power consumption.
Purported to be the world's smallest 2.5V oscillator, the F340 series measures 3.2 x 2.5 x 1.2 mm and consumes half the power of previous oscillators, which typically operate at 3.3V. The HCMOS oscillators are available in frequency stabilities of [+ or -] 100, [+ or -] 50, [+ or -] 25 and [+ or -] 20 ppm, and a frequency range from 1.8 to 50.0 MHz.
Based on a NAND architecture, the card employs two coupled 3.3v 256Mbit flash devices encapsulated in an overmolded package.
The company said that the LPC1100LV series offers 50 MIPS performance in a tiny 2-mm x 2-mm footprint with over three times power reduction compared to similar 3.3V VDD devices.