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Toshiba Amplía su Gama de Reguladores CMOS-LDO de 200 mA para Dispositivos Móviles

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) ha ampliado su gama de reguladores semiconductores complementarios de óxido metálico de baja caída de tensión (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor/low drop-out, CMOS-LDO), de salida única, de 200 mA, para dispositivos móviles con características de baja caída de tensión, ruido de salida reducido y respuesta transitoria de carga de alta velocidad.

Toshiba CMOS-LDO Regulators for Mobile Devices. From left, SDFN4, ESV and SMV packages. (Photo: Busi ...

Toshiba CMOS-LDO Regulators for Mobile Devices. From left, SDFN4, ESV and SMV packages. (Photo: Business Wire)

Mediante el uso del proceso micro-CMOS de última generación, la nueva gama, compuesta por las series TCR2EN, TCR2EE y TCR2EF, incorpora las características de alto desempeño, necesarias en los circuitos analógicos en un paquete ultrapequeño. Además del paquete ultrapequeño de 0,8 x 0,8 x 0,38 mm (SDFN4), la nueva gama de productos incluye los paquetes de propósito general ESV (SOT-553: 1,6 x 1,6 x 0,55 mm) y SMV (SOT-25: 2,9 x 2,8 x 1,1 mm). La gama de dispositivos abarca un rango de tensiones de salida con fijación de voltaje de 1,0 voltio a 5,0 voltios.

Los nuevos reguladores CMOS-LDO son adecuados para usarse en una amplia variedad de dispositivos móviles, como teléfonos inteligentes, teléfonos móviles, tabletas, reproductores de audio portátiles, computadoras portátiles, cámaras digitales y videocámaras digitales.

Aplicaciones

Dispositivos móviles, como teléfonos inteligentes, teléfonos móviles, tabletas, reproductores de audio portátiles, computadoras portátiles, cámaras digitales y videocámaras digitales.

Características clave

  1. Baja caída de tensión
    VIN-VOUT = 160 mV (típ.) a 2,5 V de salida, IOUT = 150 mA (serie TCR2EN)
    VIN-VOUT = 210 mV (típ.) a 1,8 V de salida, IOUT = 150 mA (serie TCR2EN)
  2. Tensión con ruido de salida bajo
    VNO = 35 μVrms (típ.) a 2,5 V de salida, IOUT = 10 mA, 10 Hz < f < 100 kHz
  3. Excelentes características de respuesta transitoria de carga
    ΔVOUT = ±55 mV (típ.) a IOUT = 1 ⇔ 150 mA, COUT =1,0 μF (serie TCR2EN)
  4. Amplio rango de tensiones de salida: VOUT = de 1,0 a 5,0 V (fijación de voltaje en incrementos de 50 mV)
  5. Baja corriente de polarización ( IB =35 μA (típ.) a IOUT =0 mA)
  6. Condensación de la ondulación alta: R.R = 73 dB (típ.) a 2,5 V de salida, IOUT = 10 mA, f = 1 kHz
  7. Alta precisión de la tensión de salida: ±1,0 % (1,8 V ≤ VOUT)
  8. Función de descarga automática de salida y conexión de terminales de control de desconexión incorporadas
  9. Pueden usarse condensadores de cerámica pequeños. (CIN = 0,1 μF, COUT = 1,0 μF)

Gama de productos

Tensión
de salida
(V)

  Número de pieza por paquete
SDFN4   ESV   SMV
(SOT-553) (SOT-25)

1,0

TCR2EN10

*

TCR2EF10

1,05 TCR2EN105 * *
1,1

TCR2EN11

*

TCR2EF11

1,15 * TCR2EE115 *
1,2

TCR2EN12

TCR2EE12

TCR2EF12

1,25

TCR2EN125

* *
1,3

TCR2EN13

*

TCR2EF13

1,35 *

TCR2EE135

*
1,5

TCR2EN15

* *
1,8

TCR2EN18

TCR2EE18

TCR2EF18

1,9 * * *
2,1

TCR2EN21

* *
2,5

TCR2EN25

* TCR2EF25
2,7

TCR2EN27

* *
2,8

TCR2EN28

*

TCR2EF28

2,9

TCR2EN29

* *
3,0

TCR2EN30

*

TCR2EF30

3,1

TCR2EN31

* *
3,2 * * *
3,3

TCR2EN33

TCR2EE33

TCR2EF33

3,6

TCR2EN36

* *
4,0 - * *
4,1 - * *
4,5 -

TCR2EE45

*
5,0   -  

TCR2EE50

  *
 

Si usted necesita las tensiones de salida marcadas con un asterisco (*) en el cuadro anterior o distintas de la gama actual, comuníquese con nuestra oficina de ventas de semiconductores de su área.
http://www.semicon.toshiba.co.jp/eng/profile/overseas/index.html

*Siga el enlace para obtener más información sobre este producto:
http://www.semicon.toshiba.co.jp/eng/product/linear/selection/topics/1268040_2398.html

 
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Acerca de Toshiba

Toshiba es un fabricante diversificado, proveedor de soluciones y comercializador líder en el mundo de productos y sistemas electrónicos, y eléctricos de avanzada. El Grupo Toshiba aporta innovación e imaginación a una amplia gama de negocios: productos digitales, incluidos televisores LCD, computadoras portátiles, soluciones minoristas e impresoras multifunción (Multi-function printer, MFP); dispositivos electrónicos, como semiconductores, productos y materiales de almacenamiento; sistemas de infraestructura industrial y social, como sistemas de generación de energía, soluciones comunitarias inteligentes, sistemas médicos y escaleras mecánicas y elevadores; y electrodomésticos.

Toshiba fue fundada en 1875 y actualmente opera una red global de más de 550 compañías consolidadas, con 202.000 empleados en todo el mundo y ventas anuales que superan los 6,1 billones de yenes (74.000 millones USD). Visite el sitio web de Toshiba en www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm

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