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Voltage Reference, Micropower, High Accuracy, Series - Fixed, ADR3412 Series, 1.2V, SOT-23-6

ADR3412ARJZ-R7 - Voltage Reference, Micropower, High Accuracy, Series - Fixed, ADR3412 Series, 1.2V, SOT-23-6

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Manufacturer Part No:
ADR3412ARJZ-R7
Newark Part No.:
12T2976
Product Range
ADR3412 Series
Availability:
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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Series - Fixed
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ADR3412 Series
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1.2V
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0.1
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± 8ppm/°C
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SOT-23
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6
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-40
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125
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Cut Tape
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-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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No SVHC (20-Jun-2016)
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Product Overview

The ADR3412 series micropower high-precision CMOS Voltage Reference features ±0.1% initial accuracy, low operating current and low output noise. For high accuracy, output voltage and temperature coefficient are trimmed digitally during final assembly using patented DigiTrim® technology. Stability and system reliability are further improved by the low output voltage hysteresis of the device and low long-term output voltage drift. Furthermore, the low operating current of the device (100μA maximum) facilitates usage in low power devices and its low output noise helps maintain signal integrity in critical signal processing systems.
  • +10mA source/-3mA sink Output current
  • 100μA Maximum low quiescent current
  • 250mV at 2mA Low dropout voltage
  • <10μVp-p at 1.2V Typical output noise (0.1 to 10Hz)

Applications

Test & Measurement, Industrial, Medical, Portable Devices, Power Management

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