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TS4274
5V/400mA Fixed Voltage
Ultra Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
TO-252
(DPAK)
Pin Definition:
1. Input
2. Ground
3. Output
General Description
The TS4274 series of fixed-voltage monolithic micro-power voltage regulators is designed for a wide range of
applications. This device excellent choice of use in battery-power application. Furthermore, the quiescent current
increases on slightly at dropout, which prolongs battery life.
This series of fixed-voltage regulators features very low ground current (200uA Typ.) and very low drop output
voltage (600mV at 400mA). This includes a tight initial tolerance of 2% typ., and very low output temperature
coefficient.
Features
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Ordering Information
Dropout voltage typically 0.6V @Io=400mA
Output current up to 400mA
Output voltage trimmed before assembly
Load dump protection
Internal current limit
Thermal shutdown protection
Block Diagram
Part No.
Package
Packing
TS4274CP50 RO
TO-252
2.5Kpcs / 13” Reel
Typical Application Circuit
Absolute Maximum Rating
Parameter
Input Supply Voltage
Operation Input Supply Voltage
Power Dissipation
Junction Temperature Range
Symbol
Limit
Unit
VIN
-18 ~ +35
V
VOPR
26
V
PD
Internally Limited
TJ
Operating Temperature Range
TOPR
Storage Temperature Range
TSTG
Thermal Resistance Junction to Ambient
RӨJA
1/6
W
+150
o
-40 ~ + 85
o
-65 ~ +150
o
150
C
C
C
o
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Ultra Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
Electrical Characteristics ( VIN=VOUT+1V, IL=5mA, CO=10uF, TA=25oC, unless otherwise noted)
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
2.40
2.5
2.60
3.17
3.3
3.43
4.80
5.0
5.20
Input Supply Voltage
--
--
26
V
Output Voltage Temperature Coefficient
--
50
150
ppm/ C
Output Voltage
Conditions
5mA ≤ IL ≤ 500mA,
Vo+1V ≤ VIN ≤ 26V
Unit
V
o
Line Regulation
Vo+1V ≤ VIN ≤ 26V
--
0.05
0.5
%
Load Regulation
5mA ≤ IL ≤ 400mA
--
0.2
2.0
%
IL=100mA
--
100
200
IL=250mA
--
300
400
IL=400mA
--
500
600
IL=100uA
--
200
300
uA
IL=250mA
--
10
15
mA
IL=400mA
--
25
35
mA
VOUT=0
--
600
900
mA
CL=2.2uF
--
500
--
CL=3.3uF
--
350
--
CL=33uF
--
120
--
Dropout Voltage (Note 4)
Quiescent Current (Note 5)
Short Circuit Current (Note 6)
Output Noise,
10Hz to 100KHz, IL=10mA
mV
uVrms
F=100Hz, Vr=0.5Vss
Power Supply Ripple Rejection
-60
-dB
Note 1: Absolute Maximum Rating is limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. For guaranteed
specifications and test conditions see the electrical characteristics.
Note 2: Maximum positive supply voltage of 35V must be limited duration (<100mS) and duty cycle (<1%).
Note 3: The maximum allowable power dissipation is a function of the maximum junction temperature, TJ, the
junction to ambient thermal resistance, θJA, and the ambient temperature, Ta. Exceeding the maximum
allowable power dissipation will cause excessive die temperature, and the regulator will go into thermal
shutdown. The effective value of θJA can be reduced by using a heatsink.
Note 3: Dropout voltage is defined as the input to output differential at which the output voltage drops 2% below its
nominal value measured at 1V differential.
Note 4: Ground pin current is the regulator quiescent current. The total current drawn from the source is the sum of
the ground pin current and output load current.
Note 5: Output current will decrease with increasing temperature, but it will be not dropped below 400mA at the
maximum specified temperature.
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Ultra Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
Application Information
The TS4274 series is a high performance with low dropout voltage regulator suitable for moderate to high current
and voltage regulator application. Its 600mV(typ) dropout voltage at full load and over temperature makes it
especially valuable in battery power systems and as high efficiency noise filters in post regulator applications.
Unlike normal NPN transistor design, where the base to emitter voltage drop and collector to emitter saturation
voltage limit the minimum dropout voltage, dropout performance of the PNP output of these devices is limited only
by low Vce saturation voltage.
The TS4274 series is fully protected from damage due to fault conditions. Linear current limiting is provided. Output
current during overload conditions is constant. Thermal shutdown the device when the die temperature exceeds
the maximum safe operating temperature. Transient protection allows device survival even when the input voltage
spikes above and below nominal. The output structure of these regulators allows voltages in excess of the desired
output voltage to be applied without reverse current flow.
Output Capacitor
The TS4274 series requires an output capacitor to maintain stability and improve transient response. Proper
capacitor selection is important to ensure proper operation. The output capacitor selection is dependent upon the
ESR of the output capacitor the maintain stability. When the output capacitor is 10uF or greater, the output
capacitor should have an ESR less than 2 ohm. This will improve transient response as well as promoted stability.
Ultra low ESR capacitors (<100mohm), such as ceramic chip capacitors may promote instability. These very low
ESR levels may cause an oscillation and/or under damped transient response. A low ESR solid tantalum capacitor
works extremely well and provides good transient response and stability over temperature. Aluminum electrolytic
can also be used, as long as the ESR of the capacitor is <2ohm. The value of the output capacitor can be
increased without limit. Higher capacitance values help to improved transient response and ripple rejection and
reduce output noise.
Minimum Load Current
The TS4274 series is specified between finite loads. If the output current is too small leakage currents dominate
and the output voltage rises. A 1mA minimum load current is necessary for proper regulation.
Input Capacitor
An input capacitor of 1uF or greater is recommended when the device is more that 4 inches away from the bulk AC
supply capacitance or when the supply is a battery. Small and surface mount ceramic chip capacitors can be used
for bypassing. Larger values will help to improve ripple rejection by bypassing the input to the regulator, further
improving the integrity of the output voltage.
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Ultra Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
Application Information (Continue)
Thermal Characteristics
A heatsink may be required depending on the maximum power dissipation and maximum ambient temperature of
the application. Under all possible operating conditions, the junction temperature must be within the range specified
under absolute maximum ratings. To determine if the heatsink is required, the power dissipated by the regulator, PD
must be calculated.
The below formula shows the voltages and currents for calculating the PD in the regulator:
IIN = IL / IG
PD = (VIN-VOUT) * IL + (VIN) * IG
Ex. PD = (3.3V-2.5V) * 0.5A + 3.3V * 11mA
= 400mW + 36mW
= 436mW
Remark: IL is output load current,
IG is ground current.
VIN is input voltage
VOUT is output voltage
The next parameter which must be calculated is the maximum allowable temperature rise.
TR(max) is calculated by the using to formula:
TR(max) = TJ(max) – TA(max)
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Where: TJ(max) is the maximum allowable junction temperature, which is 125 C for commercial grade parts.
TA(max) is the maximum ambient temperature which will be encountered in the application.
Using the calculated values for TR(max) and PD, the maximum allowable value for the junction to ambient thermal
resistance, θJA, can now be found:
θJA = TR(max) / PD
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IMPORTANT: if the maximum allowable value for is found to be ≥60 C /W for the TO-220 package, ≥80 C/W for
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the TO-263 package, ≥150 C/W for the TO-252 package, or ≥170 C /W for the SOT-223 package, no heatsink is
needed since the package alone will dissipate enough heat to satisfy these requirements. If the calculated value for
θJA falls below these limits, a heatsink is required.
DPAK Thermal Resistance and Maximum Power Dissipation vs. P.C.B Copper Length
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Ultra Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
TO-252 Mechanical Drawing
Unit: Millimeters
Marking Diagram
Y
M
L
50
= Year Code
= Month Code
(A=Jan, B=Feb, C=Mar, D=Apl, E=May, F=Jun, G=Jul, H=Aug, I=Sep,
J=Oct, K=Nov, L=Dec)
= Lot Code
= Output Voltage Code
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Ultra Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
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