Most LDOs require that an output capacitor CL be connected to the output pin to stabilize the output voltage. This is because the output capacitance CL is used for phase-compensation and if there is no CL, the IC becomes unable to perform phase-compensation, and abnormal oscillation occurs in the output. For this reason, it is common practice to connect a capacitor exclusively for the LDO near the LDO output pin.
However, the XC6504 series from Torex has an internal phase-compensation circuit that makes it possible to obtain a stable output voltage without CL. The operation is also stable if an output capacitance is temporarily connected, and even in cases where a bypass capacitor is connected to an IC on the load side, the XC6504 series can be used without any limitations due to the capacitor.
- Supply current: 0.6 μA
- Input voltage range: 1.4 V ～ 6.0 V
- Output voltage range: 1.1 V ～ 5.0 V (0.1 V increments)
- Output accuracy: ±0.02 V at VOUT &alt; 2.0 V ±1% at VOUT ≥ 2.0 V
- Temperature stability: ±50 ppm/°C
- Maximum output current: 150 mA
- Low on-resistance: 3.3 Ω at VOUT = 3.0 V
- Standby current: 0.01 μA
- Protection current: current limiter
- Short circuit protection
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