The XRP6272 is a low dropout voltage regulator capable of a constant output current up to 2 Amps. A wide 1.8V to 6V input voltage range allows for single supply operations from industry standard 1.8V, 2.8V, 3.3V and 5V power rails as well as the 5.8V rail.
With better than ±2% output voltage accuracy, low output noise and high Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR), the XRP6272 is perfectly suited for powering RF circuits. Optimized for use with small, low cost ESR ceramic output capacitors and featuring a low 30μA quiescent current, this device is also adequate for use in battery powered portable equipment. The XRP6272 operates by default as a 5V fixed output voltage regulator while usage of an external resistor voltage divider allows adjustable output voltages as low as 0.7V. An enable function, power good flag and output noise reduction pin complete the feature set.
Built-in current limit and thermal protections ensure safe operation under abnormal operating conditions.
The XRP6272 is offered in RoHS compliant, green/halogen free 5-pin TO-252 and 8-pin exposed pad SOIC packages.
- Guaranteed 2A output current
- Low 550mV dropout at 3.3V/2A
- 1.8V to 6V single input voltage range
- Fixed 5V and adjustable output voltage
- ±2% output voltage accuracy
- 30µA quiescent current
- Power good and enable functions
- 70dB power supply rejection ratio
- Low output noise
- 0.01µA shutdown current
- Current limit and thermal protection
- "Green"/Halogen free 5-pin TO252 and 8-pin exposed pad SOIC packages
- Networking equipment
- RF circuitry power supplies
- Set-top box equipment
- Portable equipment
Parts & Purchasing
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NRND (Not Recommended for New Designs) - the part is not recommended for new designs.
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