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DC437A - LT1964ES56 Demo Board | Negative Low Noise LDO Regulator, -2.3V ≤ VIN ≤ -20V, Vout = -1.22V/-5V @ 200mA

Demonstration circuit DC437 is a low noise negative micropower voltage regulator using the LT1964 low dropout linear regulator, which comes in a tiny 5-Pin SOT-23 package. The DC437 has an input voltage range from –2.3V to –20V, and is capable of delivering up to 200mA of output current. There are two circuits on this demo board: one uses the LT1964ES5-BYP which allows the internal reference to be bypassed to reduced output voltage noise, and the other uses the LT1964ES5-SD which has the shutdown feature. The output voltage is jumper-selectable and can be set to -1.22V, -5V or a user-determined value.

DC437A - Schematic




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