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Overview for Linear Regulator (LDO)

Texas Instruments has the industry’s largest portfolio of LDOs and linear regulators. Whether you need a small size, high current or high voltage part with low-noise, low Iq, or wide voltage range, TI has a LDO or linear regulator that fits your design requirements. Coupled with our design resources and power experts worldwide, TI helps you get to market faster and easier.

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LDO Quick Reference Guide

LDO Quick Reference Guide

In this quick reference guide you will find TI’s most popular LDOs and linear voltage regulators for any kind of application, including industrial, personal electronics, communications equipment and automotive.

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Low Noise

Optimizes signal integrity for noise sensitive loads

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Low Iq

Extends battery life by saving power

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Small size

Tiny, high-performance LDOs for limited PCB space

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Power FPGAs

Achieves clean, accurate and efficient power

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Wide input voltage range

Robust LDOs that manage large transient voltages

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Robust LDOs with wide input voltages, low quiescent current and wide temperature grade

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Increase system accuracy, safety and reliability with automotive LDOs

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Personal electronics

High-performance, tiny LDOs for limited PCB space

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Featured LDO resources

Technical documentation

LDO Quick Reference Guide

Peruse the TI library of LDO application notes, selection guides, and white papers.

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TI Designs

ldo reference designs

Fully tested reference designs and test reports to help kick-start your design process.

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LDO training

ldo training

Explore the wealth of training videos on various linear regulator topics.

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Competitor cross-reference

Parametric cross-reference

Search for any suppliers' LDOs to find similar TI devices.

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Technical support

ldo technical support

Ask questions, share knowledge and help solve problems with fellow engineers in TI's E2E Community

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