Part Number: LMV321
I want to calculate the Tc of LM321 by Tc=Tj - (RθJc x Pd ), but I can't find the RθJc on the datasheet.
Could you help to provide the information for us?
Otherwise, could we use Vdd * IS (Supply Current) to calculate the Pd?
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In reply to Bala Ravi:
Update the LMV321 Thermal Information.
I need the DBV 5PIN package. Otherwise, could we use Vcc(Supply voltage) * IS (Supply Current) to calculate the Pd?
In reply to Teresa Chiu:
Regards,Ronald MichallickLinear Applications
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Hi Bala,Thanks for your help here. Is it possible to have the Psi JT value?
In reply to Ron Michallick:
Hi Ron and Bala,Is there any RθJC(bot) data?
Theta JB 80.9 C/W is RθJC(bot)
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