Texas Instruments LDO Linear Regulators
Reduce solution size: Use tiny, high performance LDOs.
Low dropout regulators (LDOs) are a simple, inexpensive way to regulate an output voltage powered from a higher voltage input. The most critical LDO parameters are input voltage range, output voltage, output current, dropout voltage, packaging size, power dissipation capability, and noise.
TI`s comprehensive portfolio includes low quiescent current (low IQ) LDOs to extend battery life; low noise LDOs with high power-supply rejection ratio (PSRR); low intrinsic noise, high current LDOs with fast transient response, and high-voltage LDOs.
The TLV7 families of LDOs are cost competitive solutions that offer excellent performance and features. These LDOs are ideal for applications that require small size and low IQ.
The TLV7 families of low-dropout linear regulators (LDOs) are cost competitive solutions that offer excellent performance and features. These LDOs are ideal for applications that require small size and low IQ.
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