Evaluation Board, LDO, 3.3-20V Input Range, Adjustable Output Voltage, 300mA Output Current


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The ADP7102RD-EVALZ is an evaluation board for ADP7102 linear regulator devices. The ADP7102 is a CMOS, low dropout linear regulator that operates from 3.3V to 20V and provides up to 300mA of output current. This high input voltage LDO is ideal for regulation of high performance analog and mixed signal circuits operating from 19V to 1.22V rails. Using an advanced proprietary architecture, it provides high power supply rejection, low noise, and achieves excellent line and load transient response with just a small 1μF ceramic output capacitor. Simple device measurements such as line and load regulation, dropout, and ground current can be demonstrated with just a single voltage source, a voltmeter, an ammeter, and load resistors.
  • Input voltage range is 3.3V to 20V
  • Output current range is 0mA to 500mA
  • Output voltage accuracy of ±0.8 %
  • Adjustable option voltage set with two external resistors


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Analog Devices
Power Management - Voltage Regulator
Eval Board ADP7102
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