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Ultra Low Quiescent Current LDO Regulator - BD733L5FP-C

The BD7xxL5FP-C Series are low quiescent regulators featuring 50V absolute maximum voltage, and output voltage accuracy of ±2%, 500mA output current and 6µA (Typ.) current consumption. There regulators are therefore ideal for applications requiring a direct connection to the battery and a low current consumption. Ceramic capacitors can be used for compensation of the output capacitor phase.

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BD733L5FP-CE2 Active TO252-3 2000 2000 Taping Yes
 
Specifications:
Grade Automotive
Breakdown Voltage(Max.)[V] 50.0
ch 1
Vin(Min.)[V] 4.17
Vin(Max.)[V] 45.0
Vout (Typ.) [V] 3.3
Vout Precision ±2.0%
Iout(Max.)[A] 0.5
Circuit Current[mA] 0.0060
I/O Voltage Difference (Typ.)[V] 0.4
Ripple Rejection [dB] 63.0
Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] -40
Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] 125
Features:
  • ・ Ultra low quiescent current: 6.0μA (Typ.)
    ・ Output current capability: 500mA
    ・ High output voltage accuracy: ±2%
    ・ Low saturation voltage by using PMOS output transistor.
    ・ Integrated overcurrent protection to protect the IC from damage caused by output short-circuiting.
    ・ Integrated thermal shutdown to protect the IC from overheating at overload conditions.
    ・ Low ESR ceramic capacitor can be used as output capacitor.
    ・ TO252-3 type package
 
 
 
 
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