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TPS7A4001EVM-709 - 

Evaluation Module, Low Dropout Linear Regulator, 50mA, 100V Input, Single Output

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Manufacturer Part No:
TPS7A4001EVM-709
Newark Part No.:
40T5456
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Eval Module TPS7A4001
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Low Dropout Linear Regulator
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Texas Instruments
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Power Management
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Product Overview

The TPS7A4001EVM-709 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS7A4001 50mA, 100V input, single output low dropout linear regulator. The evaluation module provides an adjustable, regulated output voltage that is factory set to 3.3V. This particular evaluation module configuration contains a single linear regulator with internal thermal and current limit shutdowns, and enable (disable) circuitry in a 3mm x5mm, MSOP 8, thermally enhanced PowerPad package. The regulator, including external components, is capable of delivering up to 50mA to the load, depending on the input output power dissipation, at an operating input voltage of up to 100V. The evaluation module output voltage is adjustable by an external resistor divider from 1.2V to 35V, but this is limited by the working voltage of the output capacitor. The LDO supports output voltages to 90V. The resistor divider is preset to provide VOUT equal to 5V.
  • 100V Very high maximum input voltage
  • 7V to 100V wide input voltage range
  • 50mA maximum output current
  • Stable with ceramic capacitors > 4.7uF
  • 1.3V dropout voltage
  • 25uA low quiescent current
  • 6uA quiescent current at shutdown
  • Built in current limit & thermal shutdown

Applications

Power Management, Embedded Design & Development, Industrial, Automation & Process Control, Automotive, Communications & Networking, LED Lighting

Warnings

It is important to operate this EVM within the input voltage range of 7V to 100V and the output voltage range of not to exceed 90V. Exceeding the specified input range may cause damage to the EVM.

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