For a 200 mA current limit:
This causes a power consumption of:
Total power dissipation,
Multiply this value with the Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance of θJA = 68.1°C/W (taken from the Thermal Information table) to receive the difference between junction temperature, TJ, and ambient temperature, TA:
Add this value to the maximum ambient temperature of TA = 105°C to receive the final junction temperature:
As long as TJ-max is below the recommended maximum value of 150°C, no thermal shutdown will occur. However, thermal warning may occur as the junction temperature is greater than TWRN.
Note that the modeling of the complete system may be necessary to predict junction temperature in smaller PCBs and/or enclosures without air flow.