The SPX431L is a 3-terminal adjustable shunt voltage regulator providing a highly accurate bandgap reference. The SPX431L acts as an open-loop error amplifier with a 2.5V temperature compensation reference. The SPX431L’s thermal stability, wide operating current (100mA) and temperature range (0°C to 105°C) makes it suitable for a variety of applications that require a low cost, high performance solution. SPX431L tolerance of 0.5% is proven to be sufficient to overcome all of the other errors in the system to virtually eliminate the need for trimming in the power supply manufacturer's assembly line and contribute a significant cost savings.
The output voltage may be adjusted to any value between VREF and 20V with two external resistors. The SPX431L is available in TO-92, and SOT-89 packages.
- Tight voltage tolerance 0.5% at 10mA
- Wide operating current 1mA to 100mA
- Extended temperature range: 0°C to 105°C
- Low temperature coefficient 30 ppm/°C
- Improved replacement in performance for TL431 and AS431
- Low cost solution
- Battery operating equipment
- Adjustable supplies
- Switching power supplies
- Error amplifiers
- Single supply amplifier
- Monitors / VCRs / TVs
- Personal computers
Parts & Purchasing
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NRND (Not Recommended for New Designs) - the part is not recommended for new designs.
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