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          TEXAS   INSTRUMENTS   TPS7A6650QDGNRQ1 Fixed Voltage Regulator,   LDO,   5.5V to

40V, 300mV Dropout,   5V Output,    150mA Output, MSOP-8   PMIC – Voltage Regulator – Linear

Positive Fixed Output 150mA 8-MSOP-PowerPad   1 Feature 1

  •  Automotive applications
  •  The following results are available to the AEC-Q100 test guidelines:

       – Place the device temperature level 1 throughout the document

       – Device temperature class 0 (TPS7A6650EDGNRQ1 only)

       – Device Human Body Discharge Model (HBM) Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Classification

H2

       – Device Live Device Model (CDM) ESD classification class C4

  • Device junction temperature range: –40°C to +150°C
  • Wide input voltage range of 4V to 40V with transient voltages up to 45V
  • Output Current: 150mA
  • Low quiescent current, I(q):

– EN = 2μA at low level (shutdown mode).

– Typically 12μA at light loads

  • Low Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR) Ceramic Output Stabilization Capacitors (2.2μF-100μF)
  • Dropout voltage of 300mV at 150mA (typical at V(Vin) = 4V)
  • Fixed (3.3V and 5V) and Adjustable (1.5V to 5V) Output Voltages (Adjustable Output Voltages Only for TPS7A66-Q1)
  • The low input voltage tracking
  • Integrated power-on-reset:

      – Programmable reset pulse delay

      – Open-drain reset output

  • Integrated fail-safe:

       – Thermal shutdown

       – Short circuit protection function

  • Input Voltage Sense Comparator (TPS7A69-Q1 only)
  • Package: – 8-Pin SOIC-D (TPS7A69-Q1)

      – 8-pin HVSSOP-DGN (TPS7A6601-Q1)

         The TPS7A66-Q1 and TPS7A69-Q1 are low-dropout linear regulators designed for operating

circuits with input voltages up to 40V. With only 12μA quiescent current at no load, these devices

are ideal for standby microprocessor control unit systems, especially in automotive applications

where low power consumption is a key concern. The device features integrated short-circuit and

overcurrent protection.

         The device performs a reset delay at power-up to indicate that the output voltage is stable and

regulated.

         The user can use an external capacitor to set this delay.

         The low-voltage tracking feature allows the use of smaller input capacitors and the possibility of eliminating the need to use a boost converter under cold crank conditions.

        The device operates over a temperature range of -40°C to 125°C.

        The TPS7A6650EDGNRQ1 device complies with the AEC-Q100 Class 0 standard and operates

over the –40°C to 150°C temperature range. These features are ideal for high efficiency, high

source density, and robustness requirements in power supplies in a variety of automotive

applications.