Part Number: REF3330 Dear Sir/Madam,
We need your help on a component, REF3330DBZ that we are using in one of our products.
In the attached picture below, you can see that because of the 5V pull-up resistor before the inverter, current tries to flow towards…
Part Number: REF3330 Hello,
I'm writing to ask about operation of the REF3330 when in dropout.
Specifically here are my conditions:
VIN = 3.3V +/-5%
VOUT = 3.0V
IOUT = 4mA (max)
My questions are such:
1. Is the output voltage stable? Will the device…
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My customer is mis-using the device as low Iq voltage source. They don't want to add a new device at this late stage in the design.
How is the current limited and to what level…
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Follow up questions on High-Performance 16-bit PWM to 4- to 20-mA DAC for Field Transmitters article http://www.ti.com/lit/an/sboa379/sboa379.pdf :
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Could you share below information? We are considering whether REF3030 can be used in the system. One big concern is the dropout voltage. In order to estimate the…
That application note is applicable for our entire TI series voltage reference portfolio:
The smallest series voltage reference is the REF33xx family below I available in QFN. The application note is also applicable…
The reference is external REF3330, 3.3V. We test the REF3330 will cause only 1LSB error in full temperature range.
Can you provide any standard test procedue? Or source code to you to check?
Thanks and best regards,
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF3330 The circuit shown in Figure 1 is a voltage reference with an input over voltage protection. The circuit design and selection of over voltage protection components is optimized for minimum power and maximum input…