Torex unveils XC6423 dual channel CMOS LDO Regulators
The XC6423 is the latest generation of dual channel CMOS LDO Regulators from Torex Semiconductor. Comprising two independent LDO circuits, each able to deliver 300mA, the XC6423 offers designers maximum functionality in the smallest possible space.Meas
The LGA-6A01 package construction offers benefits in other areas as well. By removing the need for bonding wires between the die and pad we also reduce the total resistance between the input and output pins of the LDO by an appreciable amount. As a result the XC6423’s drop-out voltage is typically only 95mV@150mA (VOUT=3.0V) which helps to extend usable battery life in portable electronic devices.
Ultra fast transient response ensures the highest level of output stability and furthermore, each LDO circuit is completely isolated to ensure no unwanted cross-talk between channels during load fluctuations. The XC6423 delivers high PSRR (75dB@1kHz) and low noise operation making it ideal for both RF and Digital applications.
Consuming only 90μA per channel, the XC6423 is optimised for low power applications and each output voltage can be set-up independently within a range of 1.2V to 3.6V, in 0.05V steps with either a ±1% or 20mV tolerance. Both channels can be controlled independently using separate EN pins and in standby mode the current consumption reduces to less than 0.1μA.
The XC6423 is fully compatible with low ESR ceramic capacitors and includes a CL discharge function with a dedicated internal switch to ensure the VOUT pin quickly returns to the VSS level when the LDO is shut-down via the EN pin. The XC6423 can work from inputs ranging from 1.6V to 5.5V.
The XC6423 also include a number of protection circuits, and the IC will be forced to stop operating by the thermal shutdown circuit when the chip’s temperature reaches 150ºC. This function is implemented using hysteresis, and will allow the XC6423 to resume normal operation when the chip’s temperature drops below 125ºC.
In addition the XC6423 includes an over current protection circuit that not only stops the IC when the output current is too high, but also permits the IC to automatically resume normal operation as soon as the over-current condition disappears. In-rush current protection is also included to help manage the start-up phase.
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