LP2951
(ACTIVE) Single Output LDO, 100mA, Adjustable, Wide Vin Range, RESET Flag

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WEBENCH® LP2951
    Min   Max   Range  
  Vin V    2.30 – 30.00V  
  Vout V    1.23 – 29.00V  
  Iout A    ≤ 0.1A  
  Ambient Temp °C    ≤ 100°C  
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Sample & Buy

Free Samples Buy from Authorized Distributors Part # Status Temp (oC) Price | QTY Package | Pins Device Marking Package QTY | Carrier Distributor Inventory TI 1k Lead Time
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LP2951D ACTIVE -40 to 125 0.33 | 1ku SOIC (D) | 8 View 75 | TUBE >5K 1k quantity lead time: In stock
Not Available Contact Distributor LP2951DG4 ACTIVE -40 to 125 0.33 | 1ku SOIC (D) | 8 View 75 | TUBE No Stock For lead times contact TI Authorized Distributor or local TI sales office
LP2951DR ACTIVE -40 to 125 0.27 | 1ku SOIC (D) | 8 View 2500 | LARGE T&R >5K 1k quantity lead time: In stock
Contact Distributor LP2951DRG4 ACTIVE -40 to 125 0.27 | 1ku SOIC (D) | 8 View 2500 | LARGE T&R No Stock For lead times contact TI Authorized Distributor or local TI sales office

* Suggested Resale Price per unit (USD) for BUDGETARY USE ONLY. For higher volume price quotes,prices in local currency or delivery quotes, please contact your local Texas Instruments Sales Office or Authorized Distributor.

Technical Documents

Datasheet (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 3280 24 Apr 2012

Application Notes (2)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 140 27 Jul 2009 3,634
PDF 782 30 Jun 2009 3,323

Selection & Solution Guides (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1305 01 Oct 2013 1,687

Circuit Design & Simulation

WEBENCH® LP2951
    Min   Max   Range  
  Vin V    2.30 – 30.00V  
  Vout V    1.23 – 29.00V  
  Iout A    ≤ 0.1A  
  Ambient Temp °C    ≤ 100°C  
Footprint BOM Cost Efficiency
 
 
 
##TOPVIEWARRAY##
 
What are WEBENCH® tools?

Models (1)

Title Category Type Size (KB) Date Views
LP2951 PSpice Transient Model (Rev. A) PSpice Model ZIP 23 KB 08 Jan 2014 940 views
Description Part Number Company Tool Type
10.8Vin to 13.2Vin; 48Vout @ 7.3A; 4-Phase Synchronous Boost Converter PMP7944 Texas Instruments Reference Designs
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7.5Vin to 10Vin; 11.5Vout @ 65A; 4-Phase Synchronous Boost Converter PMP7937 Texas Instruments Reference Designs
Flyback for Audio/Video Control PMP2915 Texas Instruments Reference Designs
Non-Synchronous Boost with Triple Outputs (12V@.15A) PMP7833.1 Texas Instruments Reference Designs
Power Reference Design for Xilinx® Zynq-7000 PMP7877.1 Texas Instruments Reference Designs
Power Reference Design for Xilinx® Zynq-7000 PMP7877 Texas Instruments Reference Designs



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