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High Voltage LDO Regulators - BD3574YHFP-M

BD357xYFP BD357xYHFP Series regulators feature a high withstand voltage (50V) and are suitable to use with onboard vehicle microcontrollers. They offer an output current of 500 mA while limiting the quiescent current to 30µA (Typ). With these devices, a ceramic capacitor may be used at the output for stable operation. The output tolerance is within ±2% over their operating temperature range (-40°C to+125°C). The short circuit protection is folded-type to minimize generation of heat during malfunction. These devices are developed to offer the most robust power supply design under harsh automotive environments. The BD357xYFP BD357xYHFP Series provide an ideal solution to lower current consumption as well as to simplify the use with battery direct-coupled systems.

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BD3574YHFP-MTR Active HRP5 2000 2000 Taping inquiry sim
 
especificações:
Grade Automotive
Breakdown Voltage(Max.)[V] 50.0
ch 1
Vin(Min.)[V] 5.5
Vin(Max.)[V] 36.0
Vout (Typ.) [V] 5
Vout Precision ±2.0%
Iout(Max.)[A] 0.5
Circuit Current[mA] 0.03
Shutdown Function Yes
Thermal Shut-down Yes
Over Current Protection Yes
I/O Voltage Difference (Typ.)[V] 0.25(Io=0.2A)
Ripple Rejection [dB] 55.0
Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] -40
Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] 125
características:
  • ・Low-Saturation Voltage Type P-Channel DMOSOutput Transistors
    ・High Output Voltage Precision: ±2 %(lo = 200 mA)
    ・Low-ESR Ceramic Capacitors can be used as Output Capacitors.
    ・VCC Power Supply Voltage = 50 V
    ・Built-in Overcurrent
 
 
 
 
Dados técnicos
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Thermal Resistance

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Table of resistance for output voltage setting on linear regulator Ics

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Basics of Linear Regulators

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Linear Regulator Specifications

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Reverse Voltage Protection

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Simple Test Method for Estimating the Stability of Linear Regulators