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UAUnited Artists
UAUnited Airlines
UAUniversidad de Alicante (Spain)
UAUser Agent (web browser)
UAUniversity of Arizona
UAUniversity of Alabama
UAUkraine (ISO Country Identifier)
UAUniversity of Akron (Ohio)
UAUser Assistance
UAUnder Armour (stock symbol)
UAUniversity of Alaska
UAUnified Architecture (open connectivity)
UARoutine (pilot report message type)
UAUniversidade de Aveiro (Portugal)
UAUser Agreement
UAUnavailable
UAUniversity Archives
UAUser Account
UAUniversity of Aveiro (Portugal)
UAUpper Air
UAUniversity of Antwerp
UAUnd Andere (German: and others)
UAUnter Anderem (German: Among Other Things)
UAUnattended
UAUnder Age
UAUnarmed (gaming)
UAUniversiteit Antwerpen (Dutch: University of Antwerp; Belgium)
UAUniversity of Alberta
UAUnstable Angina
UAUniversity at Albany (SUNY)
UAUrine Analysis
UAUpper Arm
UAUnfair Advantage (CSI Data)
UAUnit Area
UAUnitary Authority (local government area, UK)
UAUniversity of Aberdeen (UK)
UAUser Area
UAUnauthorized Absence (Article 86 UCMJ)
UAUnaddressed
UAUnderactive
UAUser Activity
UAUnit of Action
UAUnit of Action (US Army)
UAUnintended Acceleration (automobiles)
UAUmbilical Artery
UAUnique Address
UAUnarmored (gaming)
UAMicroampere (electronics)
UAUto-Aztecan (language)
UAUniform Act (Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisitions Policies Act of 1970, as amended)
UAUnits of Account (banking)
UAUnderground Atlanta
UAUnique Applications
UAUterine Activity
UAUniform Allowance
UAUnited Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada (Union)
UAUniversité d'Angers (French: University of Angers)
UAUnit Administrator (military term)
UAUnnumbered Acknowledge (telecommunications)
UAUnnumbered Acknowledgment
UAUniversité d'Avignon (French: University of Avignon)
UAUrban Animal
UAUser Agency
UAUltimate Adventures
UAUniversity of the Arctic
UAUnit Administration
UAUpdate Analysis
UAUniversal Adversary
UAUniversal Architecture
UAUniversidade da Amazônia (Brasil)
UAUnbelievably Amazing
UAUtility Accrual
UAUnbalanced Asynchronous
UAUnequal Angle (mechanical material engineering)
UAUracil-Adenine (RNA base pairing)
UAUltimate Adversaries (D20 Star Wars Roleplaying sourcebook)
UAUrauffuhrung (German: World Premiere)
UAUnmarried America
UAÚltimos Adictos (Guatemala rock group)
UAUnable to Approve Arrival for the Time Specified
UAHarley-Davidson World War II 74 cubic inch V-twin military motorcycle model
UAUnnecessary Acronym
UAUniversity of California Audits
UAUnderwriters Accepted
UAUlkomaankaupan Agenttiliitto (Suomeksi) (Finnish Foreign Trade Agents' Federation, aka: FFTAF)
UAUniversal Anesthesia
UAUser Authentication
UAUniversity of Arkansas
UAUnmanned Aircraft
UAUrinalysis
UAUpper Arlington (Ohio)
UAUrban Area
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Ultra low quiescent bias current: 2 microamperes (max) @I(OUT)=0 mA
Low power consumption at 5 microamperes under 3V supply
Since the B28 can be upgraded to 35 MeV and up to 1000 microamperes current, the higher energy and higher current allows even more radioisotope production.
Manufactured with high-performance CMOS SuperFlash([R]) technology, these low-power, 3V, x16 parallel NOR Flash devices feature active current as low as 5 mA (typical) and standby current of 3 microamperes (typical).
They include a minimum breakdown voltage of 86 volts, a maximum clamping voltage of 150 volts, and a maximum leakage current of 10 microamperes.
Drawing a current of just 23 microamperes (uA), the NCN1188, with an operating voltage range of 2.
The ultra low Iq NCV8768 and NCV8769 regulators feature typical quiescent currents of 31 microamperes (oA) and 25 oA respectively, making them suitable for applications permanently connected to the battery.
The SST26VF032 features an active read current of 12 milliamperes (typical), a standby current of 8 microamperes (typical) and low leakage current of 1 microamperes (max), which combine to extend battery life in applications.