TOKYO--(Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) has expanded its line-up of CMOS-LDO regulator ICs for mobile devices with the 300mA single output "TCR3DF Series", which delivers low drop-out, low output noise and high-speed load transient response characteristics. Samples will be available in April with mass production scheduled to start in May.)--
The new line-up covers a range of voltage-clamp type output voltages, from 1.0V to 4.5V, in a SMV (SOT-25: 2.9 x 2.8 x 1.1 mm) package. With additional features of inrush current limit, over-current protection, and over-temperature protection, the devices offer the high performance characteristics required in analog circuits
The new CMOS-LDO regulators are suited for use in a wide range of mobile devices, such as smartphones, mobile phones, tablets, notebook PCs, digital cameras and digital video cameras.
Mobile devices such as smartphones, mobile phones, tablets, notebook PCs, digital cameras and digital video cameras.
|1.||Low drop-out voltage|
VIN-VOUT =230mV (typ.) at 2.5V output, IOUT =300mA
|2.||Low output noise voltage|
VNO =38μVrms (typ.) at 2.5V output, IOUT =10mA, 10 Hz < f < 100kHz
|3.||Voltage-clamp type output voltage can be set between 1.0V and 4.5V in increments of 50mV.|
|4.||Low bias current (IB =65μA (typ.) at IOUT =0mA)|
|5.||Excellent load transient response characteristics|
ΔVOUT = ±85mV(typ.) at IOUT = 1 ⇔ 300mA, COUT =1.0μF
|8.||Inrush current limit|
|10.||Pull-down control terminal connection|
|Part number||Output voltage (V)|
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