TLV75730PDRVR

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TLV75730PDRVR

1A low-Iq small-size low-dropout (LDO) regulator

Packaging

Package | PIN: DRV | 6
Temp: Q (-40 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $0.79
10-24 $0.71
25-99 $0.65
100-249 $0.56
250-499 $0.52
500-749 $0.42
750-999 $0.34
1000+ $0.30

Features

  • Input Voltage Range: 1.45 V to 5.5 V
  • Available in Fixed-Output Voltages:
    • 0.6 V to 5 V (50-mV Steps)
  • Low IQ: 25 µA (Typical)
  • Low Dropout:
    • 425 mV (Maximum) at 1 A (3.3 VOUT)
  • Output Accuracy: 1% (Maximum)
  • Built-In Soft-Start With Monotonic VOUT Rise
  • Foldback Current Limit
  • Active Output Discharge
  • High PSRR: 45 dB at 100 kHz
  • Stable With a 1-µF Ceramic Output Capacitor
  • Packages:
    • SOT-23-5 (Preview)
    • 2 mm × 2 mm (WSON-6)

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Texas Instruments  TLV75730PDRVR

The TLV757P low-dropout regulator (LDO) is an ultra-small, low quiescent current LDO thatsources 1 A with good line and load transient performance. The TLV757P is optimized for widevariety of applications by supporting an input voltage range from 1.45 V to 5.5 V. To minimize costand solution size, the device is offered in fixed output voltages ranging from 0.6 V to 5 V tosupport the lower core voltages of modern MCUs. Additionally, the TLV757P has a lowIQ with enable functionality to minimize standby power. This device featuresan internal soft-start to lower the inrush current which provides a controlled voltage to the loadand minimizes the input voltage drop during start up. When shutdown, the device actively pulls downthe output to quickly discharge the outputs and ensure a known start-up state.

The TLV757P is stable with small ceramic output capacitors allowing for a small overallsolution size. A precision band-gap and error amplifier provides a typical accuracy of 1%. Alldevice versions have integrated thermal shutdown, current limit, and undervoltage lockout (UVLO).The TLV757P has an internal foldback current limit that helps to reduce the thermal dissipationduring short circuit events.