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ADP3303ARZ-5 - 

Fixed LDO Voltage Regulator, 3.2V to 12V, 180mV Dropout, 5Vout, 200mAout, SOIC-8

ADP3303ARZ-5 - Fixed LDO Voltage Regulator, 3.2V to 12V, 180mV Dropout, 5Vout, 200mAout, SOIC-8

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Manufacturer Part No:
ADP3303ARZ-5
Newark Part No.:
19M8716
Product Range
5V 200mA LDO Voltage Regulators
Availability:
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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Fixed
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3.2
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12
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5
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-
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-
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200
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150
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SOIC
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8
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-40
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85
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Each
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5V 200mA LDO Voltage Regulators
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-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Product Overview

The ADP3303 series high accuracy anyCAP low-dropout (LDO) Linear Regulator. The device stands out from the conventional LDOs with a different architecture and an enhanced process. Its patented design requires only a 0.47µF output capacitor for stability. This device is insensitive to capacitor equivalent series resistance and is stable with any good quality capacitor, including ceramic types for space restricted applications. The device achieves exceptional accuracy of ±0.8% at room temperature and ±1.4% overall accuracy over temperature, line and load regulations. The dropout voltage of the device is only 180mV typical at 200mA. The device operates with a wide input voltage range from 3.2 to 12V and delivers a load current in excess of 200mA. It features an error flag that signals when the device is about to lose regulation or when the short circuit or thermal overload protection is activated.
  • Low noise
  • Dropout detector
  • <1µA Low shutdown current
  • anyCAP - Stable with all types of capacitors
  • Excellent line and load regulations

Applications

Consumer Electronics, Computers & Computer Peripherals, Portable Devices, Power Management

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