ADP5034 regulator/LDO

Norwood, MA (07/20/2011) - Analog Devices, Inc. introduced today the ADP5034 regulator/LDO, a highly integrated power management IC that combines two 3-MHz, high efficiency, 1.2-A step down regulators with two 300-mA LDO (low drop out) regulators in a small LFCSP (lead-frame chip-scale) package. Also today, Analog Devices introduced the ADP5024 regulator/LDO, which is identical to the ADP5034 but features a single 300-mA LDO regulator. Occupying a total board area of only 69mm2, the ADP5034 and ADP5024 step-down regulators/LDOs are designed to meet the shrinking board space and increasing performance requirements of processors and FPGAs.

The integrated step-down regulators are used 180 degrees out of phase to reduce input filtering, which allows smaller input capacitors to be used while reducing input noise. A dedicated mode pin places both regulators in forced PWM operation or auto PWM/PSM operation for higher efficiency. The low quiescent current, low dropout voltage, and wide input voltage range of the ADP5034 and ADP5024 also enable more efficient power management. The integrated LDOs feature high 65-dB PSRR (power-supply rejection ratio) performance that ranges from 1 kHz to 10 kHz, lowering output noise to 80 μV/rms for powering sensitive analog circuitry.

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The ADP5034 and ADP5024 step down regulators/LDOs are flexible, highly integrated power management components that can be used in applications including USB-powered portable devices, handheld medical products and multi-voltage power applications for processors, ASICs, FPGAs and RF chipsets. Each component has dedicated enable pins for each of the step down regulators and LDOs and supports adjustable output voltages on all four regulator outputs, allowing the output voltages to be easily set using an external resistor divider network. Adjustable output voltage allows the ADP5034 and ADP5024 to be easily and quickly modified to work with different output voltage requirements, which reduces design time and time to market. The ADP5034 and ADP5024 are fully specified over the junction temperature range of −40 °C to 125 °C and both are available in a 24-lead, 4 mm × 4 mm LFCSP packages

ADP5034 and ADP5024 Buck Regulator/LDO Key Features and Benefits

  • Two high efficiency 1.2 A buck regulators with adjustable or fixed output voltages for core voltage and I/O voltage in a processor based systems
  • Two 300-mA LDOs (ADP5034) with adjustable or fixed output voltage option for low noise analog circuitry
  • Initial regulator accuracy of ±1 percent powersslow-noise analog circuitry and enables processor and FPGA power loads where high reliability andtight voltage regulation across line, load and temperature are required
  • Buck peak efficiency up to 96 percent improves system power efficiency and reduces thermal dissipation
  • Factory-programmable or external adjustable output voltages provide maximum design flexibility

Product Sample Availability Full Production Price per 1k units Packaging
ADP5024 Now August 2011 $1.79 4mm x4 mm
24-lead LFCSP
ADP5034 Now Now $1.99 4mm x4 mm
24-lead LFCSP
ADP5024-1-EVALZ -- Now $100.00 --
ADP5034-1-EVALZ -- Now $100.00 --

Other products which may be used with the ADP5034 and ADP5024 regulators include Analog Devices’ SHARC® and Blackfin® processors and the ADF7023 and ADF7020 transceivers.

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