Part Number: LM4040 Hi teams,
My customer is considering LM4040C25H5TA and they need the material of relationship between cathode current and output capacity to select the output capacity to be installed on the output side.
Could you please share with us…
Part Number: LM4040
LM4040A30IDCKR FAB process reliability data lists both Bipolar fab process and Power BiCMOS fab process. Is the fab process for this part changing or is it still bipolar (just made on a new process line)?
Is there a PCN available…
Part Number: LM4040 Hello
We would like to know what are the differences between LM4040DEM3-5.0 and LM4040DEM3X-5.0? TI Web site says it is an additional carrier option; but according to the tape and reel information the carrier is the same for both of…
Part Number: LM4040-N Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM4040 , Hello,
We are looking at the 5V reference LM4040 and had a few questions.
What is the difference in LM4040 and LM4040-N?
Is the LM4040AIM3X-5.0/NOPB the orderable LM4040-N P/N for the 5V reference…
Part Number: LM4040 I'm looking for a 3.0V reference for a microcontroller (mspm0)
Can you advise? i'm not in a power critical design. I would like something that will not likely have supply issues.
the LM4040 seemed like a good starting point…
Part Number: LM4040 It specifies in 25C, the TCR is 15ppm when Iz = 100uA. And my understanding is there is a temperature difference, then there is temperature drift. Does that mean, from -40 to 85, the temperature drift is 15ppm?