Features and Benefits
- Low Noise: 20μVRMS (10Hz to 100kHz)
- Output Current: 500mA
- Low Quiescent Current: 30μA
- Wide Input Voltage Range: 1.8V to 20V
- Low Dropout Voltage: 300mV
- Very Low Shutdown Current: < 1μA
- No Protection Diodes Needed
- Fixed Output Voltages: 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3V, 3.3V, 5V
- Adjustable Output from 1.22V to 20V
- Stable with 3.3μF Output Capacitor
- Stable with Aluminum, Tantalum or Ceramic Capacitors
- Reverse Battery Protection
- No Reverse Current
- Overcurrent and Overtemperature Protected
- 8-Lead SO and 12-Lead (4mm × 3mm) DFN Packages
The LT1763 series are micropower, low noise, low dropout regulators. The devices are capable of supplying 500mA of output current with a dropout voltage of 300mV. Designed for use in battery-powered systems, the low 30μA quiescent current makes them an ideal choice. Quiescent current is well controlled; it does not rise in dropout as it does with many other regulators.
A key feature of the LT1763 regulators is low output noise. With the addition of an external 0.01μF bypass capacitor, output noise drops to 20μVRMS over a 10Hz to 100kHz bandwidth. The LT1763 regulators are stable with output capacitors as low as 3.3μF. Small ceramic capacitors can be used without the series resistance required by other regulators.
Internal protection circuitry includes reverse battery protection, current limiting, thermal limiting and reverse current protection. The parts come in fixed output voltages of 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3V, 3.3V and 5V, and as an adjustable device with a 1.22V reference voltage. The LT1763 regulators are available in 8-lead SO and 12-lead, low profile (4mm × 3mm × 0.75mm) DFN packages.
- Cellular Phones
- Battery-Powered Systems
- Noise-Sensitive Instrumentation Systems
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Evaluation Kits (3)
Demonstration circuit DC368B is a low noise micropower voltage regulator using the LT1763 in the 8-lead SO package. These circuits are used primarily in voltage controlled oscillators, RF power supplies and, in larger systems, as local regulators. The ability to tolerate a wide variety of output capacitors makes them ideal in space- and cost-sensitive systems.
This evaluation board is obsolete and no longer recommended. The replacement board is the DC368B.
Demonstration circuit DC368A is a low noise micropower voltage regulator using the 500mA LT1763 in the 8-lead SO package. These circuits are used primarily in voltage controlled oscillators, RF power supplies and, in larger systems, as local regulators. The DC368 has an input voltage range of 2.3V to 20V and provides a jumper-selectable 1.2V/1.5V/1.8V/2.5V/3.0V/3.3V/5.0V output at 500mA.
PMD-ARD-INTZ allows four PMOD boards to be interfaced to an Arduino or a similar board (EVAL-ADICUP3029, EVAL-ADICUP360). It has bidirectional voltage translation (3.3V & 5V) between each pmod port and the controller board. It can be used in on many development platforms and prototype designs. It enables a faster development by enabling off the shelf compatible pmod boards to interface with Arduino or similar MCU boards with Arduino form factor.
Features & Benefits
- 4-PMOD Connector communication
- (2) SPI
- (1) I2C
- (1) SPI/UART (jumper configurable)
- Full bidirectional voltage translation between each PMOD port and the controller board
- Independent IOREF voltage for each PMOD port
- Use of external voltage allows max power to be delivered to each PMOD port
- On-board I2C pull-up resistors for high load devices. (not installed by default)
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