LT3085IMS8E#PBF - 

LDO Voltage Regulator, Adjustable, 2.6V to 36V in, 275mV drop, 0V to 36V/0.5A out, SOP-8

LT3085IMS8E#PBF - LDO Voltage Regulator, Adjustable, 2.6V to 36V in, 275mV drop, 0V to 36V/0.5A out, SOP-8

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The LT3085IMS8E#PBF is a low-dropout Linear Regulator that can be paralleled to increase output current or spread heat on surface mounted boards. Designed as a precision current source and voltage follower, this new regulator finds use in many applications requiring high current, adjustability to zero and no heat sink. The device also brings out the collector of the pass transistor to allow low dropout operation-down to 275mV - when used with a second supply. A key feature of the LT3085 is the capability to supply a wide output voltage range. By using a reference current through a single resistor, the output voltage is programmed to any level between zero and 36V. The LT3085 is stable with 2.2µF of capacitance on the output and the IC uses small ceramic capacitors that do not require additional ESR as is common with other regulators. Internal protection circuitry includes current limiting and thermal limiting.
  • Outputs may be paralleled for higher current and heat spreading
  • Single resistor programs output voltage
  • Current limit with fold-back and overtemperature protection
  • Current limit constant with temperature
  • 1% Initial accuracy of SET pin current
  • Output adjustable to 0V
  • <1mV Load regulation
  • <0.001%/V Line regulation


Industrial, Power Management

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