The LM/LMC positive voltage regulator features the ability to source 1A of output current with a dropout volt- age of typically V and a maximum of. The LM LMC positive voltage regulator features the ability to source 1A of output current with a dropout voltage of typically 0 5V and a maximum of 1V. The LM positive-voltage regulator features the Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet.
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Schematic of the regulation circuit. Would something like this work? The capacitor you linked to is 22pf, which is only one millionth of the specified value. This capacitor must be rated over the same operating temperature range as the regulator and. This chip predates big cheap ceramic caps, I think. Perhaps I have misunderstood this specification?
Sign up using Facebook. Locate as datasheey as possible to the regulator. I’m encountering some instabilities in my regulated voltage supply. The vishay datasheet shows change of ESR with frequency.
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Please see updated question with attached schematic. May be increased without bound to maintain regulation during transients. If not then what am I looking for exactly. What about with a simple resistor load at the dstasheet current, does it have the same problem?
Russell McMahon k 9 The average voltage at the input is around 6. JohnLincoln God Member Posts: Does anyone have any ideas how I might datqsheet this output?
Or offer an alternative regulator that is more linear at high frequency As suggested in this answer? As, if anything, your ESR may be too high it seems I’d try another cap in parallel.
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Any advice or pointers will be much appreciated! However, I have found that higher-frequency fluctuations in voltage are not properly regulated by the LM, causing intermittent brown-out of the MCU.
I have used a ground-plane in my PCB design. This capacitor must be rated over the dqtasheet operating temperature range as the regulator and 2 the ESR is critical – see curve.
Sorry, that was my mistake. You quote the ESR at kHz. My note started from the fact that both regulator are rated at 24V input and capable of 1A, and you didn’t initially specify yours needs. Layout and circuit are crucial. In second case the OKI is highly suggested. KevinWhite, the 5V net label represents the lowest measured output from the rectifier circuit. Post as a guest Name.
For reference, this is the Datsheet datasheet. Whether the or Hz ESR is relevant is tbd BUT as you have a 2 x datasheett input ripple that the regulator is dealing with this may be the instability trigger.
I just thought the OKIsr might be a little overkill in terms of cost for other similar stuff down the road. Also why do you have 18MHz 1. Tying down what manufacturers really mean can be a challenge.
What is the input voltage? With such low power involved you can go with the linear regulator, you shouldn’t have any problem. Is your automotive environment 12V or 24V? Thanks for your time.