Up/Down Conv Mixer 16-Pin QFN

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Product Details

Adjustable LDO (Low Dropout) Linear Voltage Regulators, Analog Devices

The Analog Devices Low Dropout (LDO) Linear Regulators offer fast transient response, excellent line and load regulation, and they have a wide input voltage range.

LDO (Low Dropout) Linear Voltage Regulator - Analog Devices

The Low dropout or LDO is a linear voltage regulator. We have a wide range of linear regulators. The LDO regulator can operate with a small input–output differential voltage. LDO voltage regulators may offer fast transient response, wide input voltage range, low quiescent current and low noise with high PSRR.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SMT
Pin Count 16
Dimensions 3.1 x 3.1 x 0.95mm
Length 3.1mm
Width 3.1mm
Height 0.95mm
Maximum Operating Supply Voltage 5.6 V
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Minimum Operating Supply Voltage 4.8 V
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Series Hittite
150 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 8 working days
Price Each (On a Reel of 50)
PHP 262.263
(exc. VAT)
PHP 293.735
(inc. VAT)
units
Per Unit
Per Reel*
50 +
PHP262.263
PHP13,113.15
*price indicative
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