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MA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MOROCCO.

MA

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Kingdom of Morocco. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Moroccan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Morocco. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Morocco. Each province has its own code with the prefix "MA." For example, the code for the Province of Ait Baha is ISO 3166-2:MA-BAH.
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With the ultra-low-power NANO FLASH technology, a 4-megabit (Mb) memory accessed at 40 megahertz (MHz) draws only 7 milliamperes (mA), low enough to replace mask read-only memory (ROM) in battery-operated products.
With integrated dual FET transistors and output currents up to 350 milliamperes, the 500 kHz MCP1640 regulator enables compact, longer-lasting battery applications in the consumer electronics market (e.
The 32-bit RISC core in the FR60Lite series is the industry's most efficient, with power requirements of less than 2 milliamperes per MHz.
The low-power device operates at 12 milliamperes (mA) in full power and 10 nanoamps (nA) in sleep mode, which maximizes battery life.
Key Features of the SST39WF800A -- Low Power Consumption (typical values at 5 MHz) -- Active current: 5 milliamperes -- Standby current: 1 microampere -- Fast Erase and Word-Program -- Sector-erase time: 36 milliseconds (typical) -- Block-erase time: 36 milliseconds (typical) -- Chip-erase time: 140 milliseconds (typical) -- Word-program time: 28 microseconds (typical) -- Fast Read Access Time -- 90 nanoseconds -- Superior Reliability -- Endurance: 100,000 cycles (typical) -- Greater than 100 years data retention -- Organized as 512K x16 -- Single Voltage Read and Write Operations -- 1.
The CX93510 operates at 12 milliamperes (mA) in full power and 10 nanoamps (nA) in sleep mode, which maximizes battery life.
Key Features of the ATA Flash Disk Controller -- Industry Standard ATA/IDE Bus Interface -- Host interface: 8 or 16-bit access -- Support up to PIO Mode-4 -- Supports up to multi-word DMA Mode-2 -- Controls Standard NAND Flash Media -- Flash media interface: 8-bit or 16-bit access -- Supports up to eight flash media devices directly -- Supports up to 255 flash media devices with external decoding of logic -- Low Current Operation: -- Active mode: 25 milliamperes/35 milliamperes (typical) -- Sleep mode: 40 microamperes/50 microamperes (typical) -- Fast Sustained Write Performance -- SST55LD019A supports up to 6 MB/sec.
The MCP65X op amps feature a high output-drive current of 95 milliamperes, which enables them to drive heavy loads and results in better performance across a wide range of applications.
Low power consumption: active current: 9 milliamperes (typical at 5 MHz) and standby current: 3 microamperes (typical)
The new NCP362, which is placed behind the USB or bottom connector, provides +20 volts (V) front end protection for the downstream USB port, thanks to an integrated power MOSFET that can handle 500 milliamperes (mA).