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Voltage Reference, Temperature Compensated, Shunt - Fixed, AD589 Series, 1.235V, TO-51-2

AD589KH - Voltage Reference, Temperature Compensated, Shunt - Fixed, AD589 Series, 1.235V, TO-51-2

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Manufacturer Part No:
AD589KH
Newark Part No.:
55M3851
Product Range
AD589 Series

Product Information

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Shunt - Fixed
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AD589 Series
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1.235V
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5
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± 50ppm/°C
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TO-51
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2
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0
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70
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Each
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-
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-
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Product Overview

The AD589 series temperature-compensated band-gap Voltage Reference provides a fixed 1.235V output voltage for input currents between 50μA and 5mA. The high stability of the AD589 is primarily dependent upon the matching and thermal tracking of the on-chip components. Analog Devices precision bipolar processing and thin-film technology combine to provide excellent performance. Additionally, the active circuit produces an output impedance 10x lower than the typical low-TC zener diodes. This feature allows operation with no external components required to maintain full accuracy under changing load conditions.
  • No frequency compensation required
  • Superior replacement for other 1.2V references
  • 60μW total PD at 50mA Low power
  • 0.6Ω Low output impedance

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