NCV4250-2C: Linear Voltage Regulator, Tracking, 50 mA, with Enable

Description: The NCV4250−2C is a monolithic integrated low drop...
  • The NCV4250−2C is a monolithic integrated low dropout tracking voltage regulator designed to provide a buffered output voltage that closely tracks the reference input voltage. The part can be used in automotive applications with remote sensors or any situation where it is necessary to isolate the output of the other regulator. The NCV4250−2C also enables the user to bestow a quick upgrade to their module when added current is needed and the existing regulator cannot provide.
  • Features
  • Up to 50 mA Source Capability - Capability to power sensors external to the automotive module.
  • Low Output Tracking Tolerance - Accurate tracking for use with A/D converters.
  • Low Dropout (typ. 120 mV @ 10 mA) - Works well during automotive cranking.
  • Low Quiescent Current in Stand−by Mode - New automotive module requirements.
  • Current Limitation - Protective feature.
  • Thermal Shutdown - Protective feature.
  • Reverse Input Voltage and Reverse Bias Voltage - Protective feature.
  • AEC−Q100 Grade 1 Qualified and PPAP Capable - Automotive requirement.
  • Wide Input Voltage Operating Range
  • Applications
  • Sensor Applications
  • Increased Regulator Capability
  • End Products
  • Automotive
  • Technical Documentation & Design Resources
    Availability and Samples
    NCV4250-2CSNT1G
  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: AEC Qualified PPAP Capable Pb-free Halide free 
  • Description: Linear Voltage Regulator, Tracking, 50 mA, with Enable
  • Package Type: TSOP-5 / SOT-23-5
  • Package Case Outline: 483
  • MSL: 1
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 3000
  • Specifications
  • Output: Single 
  • Polarity: Positive 
  • VO (V): Tracking 
  • IO Typ (A): 0.05 
  • VI Min (V):
  • VI Max (V): 40 
  • VDO Typ (V): 0.12 @ 0.01A 
  • Iq Typ (mA): 0.075 
  • PSRR (dB): 70 
  • Noise (µVrms):
  • Enable: Yes 
  • PowerGood: No 
  • Package Type: TSOP-5 / SOT-23-5 
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