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ON Semi unveils 63 new LDO regulators

Posted: 03 Nov 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:on semiconductor? low dropout regulator? ldo regulator?

ON Semiconductor expanded its voltage regulation IC portfolio developed specifically for the automotive environment.

Sixty-three new low dropout regulators (LDOs) across four product families have been released and another seven will be launched in the coming months. According to the company, these new voltage regulation devices provide an unmatched variety of performance and functionality combinations that address the spectrum of designers needsfrom high-voltage, highly integrated regulators for microprocessor/microcontroller applications to low-noise, ultra-low quiescent current ICs for post-regulated environments. Many of these devices also deliver integrated features such as watchdog timers and delay and reset circuitry, ON Semi said.

"The increase in overall automotive electronic content and decreasing CPU voltages are driving the need for voltage regulators with higher precision, lower output voltages, advanced supervisory functions and low quiescent current," commented Sri Jandhyala, director of the automotive market development. "ON Semiconductor is answering this demand with the expansion of its already expansive LDO portfolio. These are automotive-grade ICs that deliver a wide range of currents and features while remaining stable over a large range of output capacitance and ESR values."

The expanded LDO product families provide customers a broad range of voltages, packages and features, plus adjustable and fixed voltages down to 1.5V so designers can customize performance directly to their needs.

The new LDOs are priced between 15 cents and 70 cents per unit in 10,000-unit quantities.

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