Texas Instruments Introduces The TPS7A30, -36V Low Drop Regulators

Tue, Aug 31st, 2010. In Power
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Texas Instruments Introduced The TPS7A30, the industry’s first -36-V low dropout regulators (LDO). The TPS7A30 paired with positive TPS7A49 voltage, provides designers a complete solution for power applications, analog precision. The devices feature of ultrahigh power failure ratio (PSRR) performance and as low as 16uVrms output noise. The TPS7A30 generates 200 mA, while TPS7A49 manages 150 mA.

TPS7A30 - industry's first -36-V, 200-mA LDO

TPS7A30 – Industry’s First -36-V LDO
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TPS7A30/TPS7A49 family of linear regulator is stable with any output capacity of more than 2,2 uF. LPS come in versions with adjustable output voltage from 1.22 V to 34 V. LPS designed for noise-sensitive applications such as test equipment, industrial, networking and telecommunications equipment; base stations, microwave and radio channels, the noise filtering for the receipt, transmission and power amplifiers, as well as medical applications.

TPS7A30 and TPS7A49 now available in MSOP-8 package PowerPADTM and priced at $ 1.50 and $ 1.10 respectively in quantities of 1000. TPS7A30_49EVM-567 evaluation module is available and costs $ 20.

More information about Low Drop Regulators can be found at Texas Instruments Website


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