Application Notes (1)
AN-1072: How to Successfully Apply Low Dropout Regulators
(pdf, 105 kB)
This application note reviews the basic LDO topology, explains key specifications, and shows the application of low dropout voltage regulators in systems.
Circuit Note (1)
Technical Articles (3)
Optimizing Power Systems for Portable Electronic Devices
System architects can optimize power-system efficiency by selecting the best system voltages for the application, using the right power-supply elements, and designing all the power-system elements to work together to reduce battery drain.
(Power Electronics Technology, July 1, 2009)
- The Fundamentals of LDO Design and Applications
- Understanding How Voltage Regulators Work
Data Sheets (1)
Power Reference Designs (2)
ADP1829, ADP210x and ADP171x Reference Design
(pdf, 687 kB)
Seven Output Voltages: 3.6 V, 3.3 V,3.3l V 2.5 V, 1.8 V, 1.25 V, 0.9 V; Output Current: 0.002 A to 3.0 A; Input voltage: 10.8-13.2 V; Ripple 2% ppk of Output Voltage; Transient step ±5%, 50% max load
ADP1829, ADP210x, ADP171x Reference Design
(pdf, 447 kB)
Seven Output Voltages: 5.0 V, 3.6 V, 3.3 V, 2.5 V, 1.8 V, 1.2 V, 0.9 V; Output Current: 0.002 A to 3.0 A; Input voltage: 10.8-13.2 V; Ripple 2% ppk of Output Voltage; Transient step ±5%, 50% max load
User Guides (1)
UG-039: RedyKit User Guide for the ADP2108 Buck Converter
(pdf, 143 kB)
Order the RedyKit for easy product evaluation and prototyping. The RedyKit ships with 2 preset evaluation boards plus 3 each of the standard fixed output voltage options in the product family. This allows evaluation of any voltage option with kit.