App note: Regulator output voltage accuracy

Posted on Saturday, February 9th, 2013 in app notes by DP

Texas Instruments goes over regulator output-voltage accuracy, warning that feedback resistor tolerances have a high impact on the output accuracy and should be chosen with care.

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5 Responses to “App note: Regulator output voltage accuracy”

  1. Chris says:

    You forgot the link. Can I have a free pcb code for pointing this out? Haha I joke, but can I buy a ding n dent code from you? A bus pirate would be pretty sweet and debugging shit makes me happy so yeh

  2. Drone says:

    Here’s a couple more. I’ll skip posting links (which trigger moderation); just do a Web Search…

    TI Application Report SLVA072, August 1999, “Technical Review of Low Dropout Voltage Regulator Operation and Performance”

    TI Application Report AN-1378 SNVA112, July 2005 “Method For Calculating Output Voltage Tolerances in Adjustable Regulators”

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